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originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: crankyoldman
Based on recent events, you can smell the blood like the sharks in the water, but what is it?. I know Q group is pursuing many crimes. I have yet to figure out what comes first. We all want the deep state hung from bridges. My question is...what is the real "Reason" Q cant just motor on... This game of chess seems to give them 3 Queens. WHO is moving the pieces.
Prominent Trial Attorney, Jack Girardi interviews Mark Shriver, who is the senior vice president of U.S. Programs at Save the Children in Washington, D.C.
Giardi Keese and Sidley Austin attorney recognized for civil justice efforts.
‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Star Erika Jayne’s Husband Tom Girardi Hit With $15 Million Lawsuit
The criticism stemmed from Girardi's Foundation for the Enrichment of the Law, which he said he and Lack created to give some of their substantial earnings back to the legal system.
First, the foundation contributed $1.2 million to refurbish and expand the jury facilities at the county's downtown civil court complex at 1st and Hill streets.
Then, through the foundation, Girardi and Lack spent $350,000 to charter the Cunard cruise liner Sea Goddess II, to take 90 family members and friends in the legal and medical professions--including 10 active and retired judges--on a seven-day voyage in August in the Mediterranean Sea.
What created the most controversy was the fact that among those on the trip were three of the five retired judges--Jack Tenner, John Trotter and Jack Goertzen--who had served on arbitration or mediation panels in the PG&E case. All, according to Girardi and their own statements, had paid before the cruise, or would pay in the near future.
Two federal district judges from Los Angeles who did get a free cruise--Dickran Tevrizian and Ronald Lew--delivered lectures on the trip. They had a letter from a federal circuit judge in Washington who serves as chairman of the Committee on Codes of Conduct for the U.S. Judicial Conference saying that it was proper for them to accept the $3,070 cruise in exchange for lecturing.
Carl A. (Tony) Capozzola began his legal career as a prosecutor for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office. After serving as a member of the Organized Crime Task Force, he left the office of the District Attorney to enter private practice.
CARL A. (TONY) CAPOZZOLA, BOARD MEMBER
Carl A. (Tony) Capozzola began his legal career as a prosecutor for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office. After serving as a member of the Organized Crime Task Force, he left the office of the District Attorney to enter private practice. Upon entering private practice, Tony concentrated on criminal defense, while at the same time pursuing other endeavors associated with the legal profession. Tony was the editor, and with his wife Judy, published the California Looseleaf Search and Seizure Handbook, which was a legal reference book utilized by judges, prosecutors, defense counsel, law libraries, and law enforcement agencies throughout California.
In 1977 he joined with four other Italian lawyers to form the Italian American Lawyers Association of Los Angeles. With a substantial grant he obtained from Frank Sinatra, the organization formed a political action committee which was influential in fostering Italian culture and assisting qualified Italian American lawyers in their elevation to the bench.
Douglas Brown is a movie star who wakes up to find he is being blackmailed by someone he doesn't know. He calls his agent Jack Girardi who calls Hollywood private detective Frank Manascalpo to sort things out.
Financial reports of the Library of Congress and select trust funds provide important financial information for the Congress, the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board, and the American people on the stewardship, management, and leadership of the public and private funds entrusted to us.
Mr. Girardi served as a member of the Beverly Hills Bar Association’s Order of Distinguished Attorneys from 2008-2009. He served as a trustee for the National Judicial College from 2008-2012, currently serves on the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board, was a 2010 National Advisory Board Member of the Association of the Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America, and the 2011 President of the Italian American Lawyers’ Association. He was the 2012 recipient of the Beverly Hills Bar Association’s Excellence in Advocacy Award. Loyola Law School dedicated the Chair in Consumer Protection Law to Mr. Girardi in May of 2012. In 2013, he was named as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Lawyers” in the nation by the National Law Journal, was a recipient of the Hall of Fame Award by the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel (an award given to the plaintiffs’ lawyer feared the most), and was the recipient of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Jack Webb Award in 2013.
originally posted by: FlyingFox
originally posted by: UncleTomahawk
I wonder if Q can tell us why if the usa is the largest producer of petroleum and gas that we sell it to everyone else and then buy supply from other countries. I guess he is too busy stimulating peoples minds to worry about something related to the department of energy.
US has a large refining capacity. Companies move crude oil in and ship refined products, like raw gas, out to foreign customers. The government has no direct management of this process.