Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Ray Lawrence Motive

From: Kelley Lynch <kelley.lynch.2010@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 10:43 PM
Subject: Re: Your Letter
To: Ray Lawrence <monchobear@gmail.com>, "*irs. commissioner" <*IRS.Commissioner@irs.gov>, Washington Field <washington.field@ic.fbi.gov>, ASKDOJ <ASKDOJ@usdoj.gov>, "Kelly.Sopko" <Kelly.Sopko@tigta.treas.gov>, "Doug.Davis" <Doug.Davis@ftb.ca.gov>, Dennis <Dennis@riordan-horgan.com>, OIGCOMPL OIGCOMPL <oigcompl@lapd.lacity.org>, MEDIA RELATIONS PIO <pio@lapd.lacity.org>, chaleffg <chaleffg@lapd.lacity.org>
Cc: Vivienne Swanigan <vivienne.swanigan@lacity.org>

Vivienne Swanigan,

The email Lawrence sent Paulette Brandt was forwarded to me so I am a recipient.  My friends have been criminally harassed and have confirmed that.  I provided a copy of that letter to law enforcement.  See the IRS, FBI, DOJ, Treasury, FTB, and LAPD.  I also, as I discussed with my lawyer today, sent a copy of that evidence to you.  Why?  Because I am being threatened and blackmailed.  LAPD's TMU told me they would handle this situation if the harassment continued.  It has and Michelle Rice was copied in on many emails.  Lawrence has criminally harassed my sons and Ray Lindsey wrote him, Gianelli, and Walsh that their emails have made him physically ill.

For the record, Cohen committed tax fraud; stole millions from me and Machat & Machat; perjured himself excessively; and has NOT provided me with the IRS required 1099.  The illegal K-1s completely undermine his fraudulent expense ledger.
Lawrence seems to think he can threaten and blackmail me using the City Attorney's office.  He has been advised to cease and desist.  Gianelli has targeted me since 2009.  Walsh is Cohen's fan.  People view them as criminals. 

Kelley Lynch

On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 10:40 PM, Kelley Lynch <kelley.lynch.2010@gmail.com> wrote:
Ray Lawrence,

Cease and desist.  You and your friend wrote the pornographic email.  It was forwarded to me and I provided it to law enforcement.  I am advising you to stop lying to me and stop attempting to blackmail me. 
The issue with respect to my property will be addressed in a letter.  You are in breach of our original agreement and NOTHING gives you the right to change that or threaten to provide my documents (and Rutger's Whole Foods files, etc.) to Cohen's lawyer, Michelle Rice.

Kelley Lynch

On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 10:34 PM, Ray Lawrence <monchobear@gmail.com> wrote:

You just admitted that you were not a direct recipient of my e-mail ([letter]), You only became aware of and received that e-mail because Paula Brandt forwarded it to you. You then deliberately forwarded that "obscene" e-mail to numerous individuals (including your own children) and government entities, in violation of  Penal Code section 653m - an offense that you were convicted of multiple times in 2012, did 9 months in custody for, and are on probation for. You furthermore had the unmitigated gall of claiming I could have subjected your children to the contents of that e-mail, when you yourself are the only person responsible for making your children aware of the contents of that e-mail.

In regards, to your belongings, please be aware of the following, according to California Civil Code section 1987 (b):

6. If, after the deadline, there is any property which was not claimed by the tenants or any other people notified, depending on the circumstances, the landlord must do one of two things with the remaining property:
a. If the landlord reasonably believes that the property is worth less than $300, he or she may keep it, give it away, sell it or destroy it.
b. If the property is reasonably believed to be worth $300 or more, the landlord should arrange to have it sold at a public bidding sale after giving notice of the sale through publication. Both the landlord and the tenant have a right to bid on the property at the sale. After the property is sold, the landlord may deduct the costs of storage, advertising the sale, and conducting the sale. The remaining money must then be paid over to the county. 

I was not aware until your e-mail just now of any computer equipment you were storing in my home. I now know from your own declaration as well as from Michael Ingrassia that you moved additional belongings of yours from your storage depot in Berkeley to my home, using Michael's car - driven by Tyler Paxton, while I was away from home on business and while Michael was away from home between 5/25/13 and 05/29/13, helping me with the drive home from Minnesota. Your action was a clear attempt to defraud me by moving unauthorized items into my home- including alleged EVIDENCE and expensive equipment - that had not been present in my home EVER before 5/25/13. I also know from your son, Rutger, that the reason you snuck in your additional belongings that until then had been stored in Berkeley, is because your sister, Karen, stopped paying the storage fees on the Berkeley storage depot. I have copies of e-mails from last year proving that your EVIDENCE was all stored in your storage depot in Berkeley. I never gave you permission, either implicit or explicit, to transfer the contents of your storage depot to my home. My statement to you that you could store your belongings in my garage was based on my knowledge of the scant possessions you had in my home as of the date I left for Minnesota (Feb. 20, 2013). Those possessions consisted of little more than a few boxes and a few articles of clothing. I will now have to take a closer look at the items you snuck into my garage without my authorization or agreement. If, as you allege, there are indeed multiple laptops, hard drives, and an Apple Tower (hard to tell from casual inspection the way you crammed so many boxes into my garage), and assuming they are in proper functioning order, then indeed the value would exceed $300 and I would be obliged under California law to hold a public sale of your belongings and turn the proceeds over to the county. It is doubtful that any of your records would have any resale value, and therefore would most likely have to be destroyed or sent to the landfill.

You still have the opportunity to claim your belongings by July 5, 2013, as I generously extended the deadline from June 22, 2013. If you are unable to claim your possessions in person, you may provide a signed, written, and notarized authorization for a 3rd party to claim your belongings. Reasonable storage fees, payable only in cash, will be due at the time your belongings are claimed.

R. Lawrence

On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 8:35 PM, Kelley Lynch <kelley.lynch.2010@gmail.com> wrote:
Ray Lawrence,

Your letter was forwarded to me by Paulette Brandt.  You are lying - my belongings are worth far more than $300.  You left out items, such as my two laptop computers, Apple Tower, external hard drive, and other items that Michael Ingrassia is aware of.  You are not in a position legally to simply change agreements.  A letter will be mailed to you addressing the deceitful statements you have made and your threats to destroy my property and turn my records over to Leonard Cohen's lawyer, Michelle Rice.

For the record, Doug Davis/FTB and I have spoken personally.  I don't owe taxes and view your email as a conspiracy.  I spoke to a lawyer about it today.
Please stop harassing people in my life.  You know hw to ask Walsh and Gianelli to remove you.  Mario Lara and Paulette Brandt have both advised you to CEASE AND DESIST. 

Kelley Lynch

cc:  IRS, FBI, DOJ, Treasury, and FTB

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