Sunday, December 22, 2013

PROGRAMMER and Veteran: Suspect Dies In Leap Off Bay Bridge / Girlfriend found slain -- cops were tailing him

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Posted: 12/22/2013


Warren Buffett's friends nearly killed me




We were both US Programmers.  


In my story I've been targeted over and over, in my story i was against the H1b visas and just before I was going to fly to Washington just a few small events occurred, like my truck blowing up, or nearly dying in the ER, or that I was nearly beaten to death in my house by a Danville Building inspector but when I connected to Mary Alicia Driscoll as the same person that almost bought my Play Structure - the problem I moved to Walnut Creek.

There is no way this woman killed her daughter and I am very suspect about the murder suicide of Judith Adam Williams whose was a Nurse Registry, just like the guy that owned the Nurse Registry on Country Club Drive that caught on fire.  I met him just before the fire - he acted he was being stalked, and Chris Lacey flips kills Officer Youngstrom was on his way to a fake Visa Interview and five nurses who came here on H1b visas burned alive.  Down the street my Karaoke Buddy died when drowning.  


Does anyone realize that in a small 2 square mile area we've had numerous jumpers, two murder suicides on back to back streets (Norris and Blackwood) that Tim lived down the street but drowned on the exact same spot where i was nearly killed and that my friends son traveled underneath and drowned?  A little surprise was his father like me was a IT project manager for Longs.

When I walk around Walnut Creek I can the IBM workers who have jobs, tax free income, that got $5,000 credit cards for each person all issued at the same time for Macy's and Nordstroms.  


Did anyone ever consider that outsourcing might have caused the housing market to collapse?  


Watch me on PBS 
High-tech Companies Seek to Hire More Foreign Workers

The reason the Outsourcing Agencies are calling programmers in Butte County who don't know what's going on down in the Bay Area.  They are also calling Nurses who I sat with in Butte EDD on Park Ave for several months. It was unbeliavble the endless suckers pitch - come on down we got a job for you then nothing.  


The case against the visas: 

Judith Willliam's who killed her son (allegedly) on Mt. Diablo ran a nurses registry and likely competed with firms that used H1b Visas.  They have an innate advantage - they have hordes of help overseas that want US Jobs.  

They got em - we lose our houses, jobs, families and place in society.  

Suspect Dies In Leap Off Bay Bridge / Girlfriend found slain -- cops were tailing him

Published 4:00 am, Wednesday, August 16, 2000

2000-08-16 04:00:00 PDT SAN FRANCISCO -- One day after his missing girlfriend was found beaten to death in rural Marin County, the San Francisco man suspected of killing her plunged 170 feet to his death off the Bay Bridge yesterday.
Darion Sable, 23, headed straight for the span after his release from the San Francisco Jail and jumped headfirst over the side. His suicide was witnessed by undercover police officers assigned to shadow his movements.
"No one had a chance to intervene," said Officer Jim Deignan, a spokesman for the Police Department.
Marin County authorities found a woman's body on Monday afternoon near Muir Beach and identified it as 20-year-old Jerusha Briley's yesterday morning. San Francisco investigators said it appeared the stay-at-home mother had died of "blunt force trauma."
Within hours of the Marin County coroner identifying Briley, her boyfriend was released from jail and took his fatal dive.
Briley disappeared Saturday morning from the Richmond District home she shared with Sable and her son, Gabriel, who turns 2 in two weeks. Although Sable was a suspect in her slaying, investigators lacked the evidence to arrest him on charges relating to that crime. He had no criminal record but was arrested and jailed over the weekend on charges of possessing drugs.
"There was not enough to charge him with murder," said Paul Cummins, the assistant district attorney who handled the case.
Homicide investigators wouldn't say whether Sable had been told he was a suspect in his girlfriend's death.
Sable was held overnight on drug charges after investigators found him with methamphetamines on Sunday afternoon. He was released on his own recognizance at 1:42 p.m. yesterday.

SURVEILLANCE PLAN

Unable to hold Sable in connection with Briley's death, investigators planned to keep close tabs on him after he was freed.
Their surveilance started the moment he left the Hall of Justice, police said, with undercover officers following him in cars and on foot.
The officers were more than 100 yards away when Sable walked to the Bay Bridge and jumped over the side. He fell into a Caltrans maintenance yard and died at the scene.
The undercover officers, who assumed Sable was headed for the East Bay, summoned the California Highway Patrol for help as soon as Sable reached the span, police said.
"It's a very tragic incident," said San Francisco Police Lt. Kitt Crenshaw, whose officers were following Sable.
From the start, police -- along with Briley's friends and family -- found Sable's reaction to his live-in girlfriend's disappearance odd. He did not appear to be distraught and acted "inappropriately," they said.
He told investigators that Briley woke him at 5:30 a.m. Saturday and borrowed $40 to go to a market two blocks away to buy breakfast.
Sable told investigators he first called police about 2:30 p.m. Saturday but could not reach anyone; he finally reported her missing about an hour later.
He told police that she had never stayed away from the house for more than two hours. He also said Briley had no medical problems, no drug addictions and "no enemies that he knows of."
He said that Briley was seeing an "unknown counselor for possible depression" -- an assertion that her family disputed.

ORDINARY COURT PROCEEDING

A public defender who represented Sable in court said yesterday's proceeding was typical for a first- time drug offender and that Sable did not appear to be upset.
"He had no prior record, he had community contacts, a job and went to school," said Elizabeth Hilton, the deputy public defender, who added that another public defender talked to Sable at noon yesterday.
"He was actually fine in the holding tank. He looked totally normal," Hilton said of Sable's demeanor. "I explained to him the charges and said that he could get drug diversion, that he was eligible," she said.
Sable, who worked in Internet services and described himself as an "engineer" for Wells Fargo, deserted from the Marine Corps in 1997 and later was discharged from the service. He had been stationed at Camp Pendleton.

RELATIONSHIP IN TROUBLE

During a two-hour interrogation that followed his arrest Sunday afternoon on the drug charges, Sable acknowledged that the couple had been quarreling and that they were on the verge of a breakup, police said.
"He thought everything was going to be OK" in the relationship, despite the fighting, according to one investigator familiar with the case.
Briley's friends and relatives gathered yesterday before the news came that Briley's body had been found.
They described her as a devoted, loving mother to her young son. Briley and Sable had known each other since she was 14 and he was 17.
"We're still trying to know what happened here," said Devon Rath, a childhood friend of Briley.

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