Friday, September 27, 2013

CNET: Debra Cole Case Analysis

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 09/27/2013


This is one case where I'm seeing more to gather more information on.   

Investigation Milestones: 
November 2010 - Contra Costa DA reveals investigation starting point
February  2010 - State Agents (BATF) and CAL DOJ arrest Wielsch
Investigation reveals Butler and Wielsch seeking to sell high grade explosives likely discovered during wiretaps - 

Joke; So how how many wiretaps does it take to catch an illegal wiretapper? 

Weilsch Arrests Suspect: 

Commander Wielsch (Federal Prison, 14 yrs) who was under surveillance from at least November 2010 (CAL DOJ) and his PI Chris Butler (Federal Prison, 7 yrs) are floating they have military grade explosives for sale are simultaneously arresting a female pipe bomber in Pacheco - this is another intelligence coup with Superman's XRAY Vision


Latent Discovery: ▲ March 2013 - 

March 2012: Researching my Litigation History - I realized that two persons in my court history have been murdered - then piece together that my Attorney Don Moats offices were burned down in 2001 - I begin requesting dates and times: 

Information Blockades   September 2013 to June 2013
Jurisdiction: Consolidated Fire District
Their Game Changing Mistake: They concealed facts forcing to find other sources which produced a long running Ponzi Scheme with over 100 victims to research with lawsuits leading to people I've known for decades. 

Phone Calls:  sorry no fires on Ygancio Valley Road, then I go back and do more research, then discover 

The Chettcuti Ponzi Scheme:  The Fifty Million Dollar financial fraud network -
Jurisdiction: Walnut Creek Police 
Time Window  2000 to Present 
Department of Corporations: Cease and Desist Letter - 2003 
Victim Profile: Elderly Rossmoor Residents - Current Avg over 55 to 90 




Benny Checuti - he's got his suspect, he's got the bomber red handed, he's got the Sheriff, he's got the Bomb Squad ready to blow up the pipe bombs and these guys really like to blow things up it's not a stretch to my analysis of the PG&E Pipeline Project wasn't connected to these same explosives especially when a former San Francisco Cop just happens to know the CNET cops and he showed my his "scoop" on the Piedmont Lumber Fire 
The Ponzi Scheme Discovery: ▲ June 2013 - 
Bomb Squad In The News: 


Female bombers are the rarest breed around but she's homeless because the same officers now in prison likely rigged my truck for arson in 2004 - they are willing to kill - clearly willing to burn me alive then they're willing to frame this person.  


Research pending




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Debra Cole (left) is accused of is accused of possessing five pipe bombs that were discovered at a storage facility in Pacheco on January 18, 2011. On the right, one of the pipe bombs found at the facility. (Contra Costa County Sheriff)
Debra Cole (left) is accused of is accused of possessing five pipe bombs that were discovered at a storage facility in Pacheco on January 18, 2011. On the right, one of the pipe bombs found at the facility. (Contra Costa County Sheriff)
PACHECO (BCN) — A homeless woman who was arrested in connection with a pipe bomb incident in Pacheco earlier this month has been charged with 10 felonies for allegedly possessing explosive devices.
Debra Cole, 40, has been charged with five counts of wrongful possession of an explosive device with the intent to injure someone or destroy property and five counts of possessing an explosive device near a public place, according to court records.
If convicted of all the charges, Cole could face a maximum sentence of 65 years in prison.
Cole was arrested Jan. 11 at a public storage facility in Pacheco after the Central Contra Costa County Narcotic Enforcement Team received a tip from a citizen, enforcement team Cmdr. Norm Wielsch said.
Officers from the team called a Contra Costa County sheriff’s patrol deputy who works in the area. The deputy found Cole at a storage facility at 95 First Avenue North in Pacheco.
When agents from the enforcement team arrived, they searched Cole’s locker and allegedly found five pipe bombs along with evidence they said linked Cole to the devices, Wielsch said.

Agents evacuated the area and called in the Walnut Creek bomb squad, which used a remote-controlled robot to detonate the bombs.
Air traffic at Buchanan Field Airport was restricted and the California Highway Patrol stopped southbound traffic on Interstate 680 while the devices were detonated, Wielsch said.
Investigators later determined that at least one of the bombs contained shards of broken glass, which agents believe indicates that they were intended to be used to hurt people, Wielsch said.
Agents were still trying to determine the purpose of the pipe bombs Tuesday. Wielsch said he couldn’t comment further on the case because it is still under investigation.
Cole was arraigned in Contra Costa County Superior Court on Friday, but did not enter a plea. She is scheduled to return to court Jan. 31 to be assigned an attorney and enter a plea.
In the meantime, she is being held at the West County Detention Facility in Richmond on $5 million bail.
The narcotic enforcement team is managed by the California Department of Justice, Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement and is made up of agents from the Pleasant Hill, Martinez, San Ramon, Danville, Walnut Creek, Pittsburg and Clayton police departments as well as the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office, the CHP, the FBI and the Contra Costa County Probation Department.
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