Friday, June 14, 2013

Councilman Gary Bell - Bacterial Infections Natural or Deliberate?

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch  EMAIL • 925-399-1082 (Google Voice) 
Posted: 06/13/2013
Reposted to Protect My Sons

Related: Arson / Bacterial / Politicians

Around June 15th 2009 I filed a police report with Danville Police about my findings about bacterial infections near me over many years.  I was always troubled by the Docs Pharmacy incident, even more concerned about the Alamo mom I met in 2003 who's daughter died in 2002, then reading about Supervisor Glover illness.  I filed the near clairvoyant police report then councilman Shimansky contracts and dies from Spinal Meningitis - now Gary Bell.  There plenty of possible deaths around the Bay Area where homeless have died from "natural causes" there were two in March 2013.

It's the easiest method possible if you've got access to biological's e.g. the Coroner or cadavers.  I did the research with my limited background but the numbers speak for themselves.  I do have some help from persons above Contra Costa County Level.  What Officer Murphy didn't know was I vetted and recorded that police report with the FBI.  I knew better after nearly getting killed in Danville three times or better.

Richmond Councilman-elect Gary Bell will not take office January 8 due to illness



Richmond councilmember-elect Gary Bell. Photo courtesy Germaine Bell.
Councilmember-elect Gary Bell will not take office next week due to complications from a bacterial sinus infection, which was previously misreported in news accounts as a meningitis infection, according to a press release sent out Thursday night by Bell’s family.
Next Tuesday, January 8, is the swearing in ceremony for the new councilmembers. Councilmember Nat Bates and Councilmember Tom Butt were re-elected in November—Bell won the third seat on the council with about 15 percent of the vote.
This was the fifth time that Bell ran for office in Richmond. He was first elected to the city council in 2000, and served until 2005, when he lost his reelection bid. In 2006, he ran unsuccessfully for mayor and in 2010 he ended his campaign early due to his wife’s health. Bell’s political life began early in Wichita, Kansas when at 25 years old he became the youngest councilmember in that city’s history.
Read the full story by Jennifer Baires at Richmond Confidential.

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