Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Pete Bennett Truck Explodes and Lou Dobbs' takes a bullet?

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 01/21/2014

Walnut Creek CA:  I was astounded when Lou Dobbs was fired upon as in my own well documented story I've been nearly burned alive in 2004 and my sons were nearly killed 680/580 Dublin and that five Filipino Nurses were burned alive on the San Mateo Bridge, that five Hispanics burned alive in Walnut Creek and that eight were killed in the San Bruno Fire.  

The problem I've got is this poor kid was nearly burned alive at the Concord BART Station 

  I immediately called my respective Senator's Feinstein and Boxer to vehemently protest that Lou Dobbs took a bullet to his house.  For years I've been calling about the targeting I've endured as my truck blew up in 2004 right around the time I was supposed to testify in Congress about the Visas.  

Today I'm dumpster diving for survival while I beg Contra Costa County for my license back, I can't get the counties homeless program to help me so baciscally until I come up with 13,000 I'm fucked and my children will be supported by the state. 

We're all on Welfare now - I've lost over $40,000 in cars, my property all gone but I've got this giant stack of obituaries near me with some clearly connected to the H-1b visa.  My site is down because I've been endlessly targeted by persons unknown and the Contra Costa District Attorneys Offices are doing little to protect me.  









 


Police look into gunshot at Dobbs' home

By Joe Sterling, CNN
October 29, 2009 4:56 p.m. EDT
Lou Dobbs said the gunshot came after "weeks and weeks of threatening phone calls."
Lou Dobbs said the gunshot came after "weeks and weeks of threatening phone calls."
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • New Jersey officials unsure whether bullet was intentionally fired or a stray
  • CNN anchor's wife was outside house during October 5 incident
  • Bullet appears to be from "long gun, not a handgun or shotgun," police official says
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(CNN) -- A gunshot struck the home of CNN anchor Lou Dobbs this month, and police in New Jersey are trying to determine whether the bullet was fired intentionally or was a stray.
State Police Sgt. Steve Jones said Thursday that his department received a call from Dobbs' wife, who heard a shot and said a bullet hit her house. Jones said she had been outside her house with "an employee who worked with Dobbs" at 10:25 a.m. October 5.
There were no injuries in the incident, which occurred in a small community in northern New Jersey.
Jones said a bullet struck the section of the house where the attic is but didn't penetrate the dwelling. He said the bullet fell to the ground and was recovered. Dobbs' wife saw damage to the siding, Jones said.
"The bullet was taken by our detectives and turned over to our ballistics unit for further analysis," Jones said. "At this point, all I can say is that it appears to be a long gun, not a handgun or shotgun."
Dobbs has declined comment because the police investigation is ongoing, his representative said.
Dobbs, who has been a vocal critic of illegal immigration, is the anchor and managing editor of CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight." He mentioned the incident on his radio show Monday, saying it comes amid an "atmosphere" of hostility from groups toward his stance on illegal immigration.
On the radio show, aired by United Stations Radio Networks, Dobbssaid that "a shot was fired at my house where I live" and that it followed "weeks and weeks of threatening phone calls."
He said the hostility has "become part of a way of life, the anger, the hate, the vitriol, but it's taken a different tone where they threaten my wife."
"They've now fired a shot at my house while my wife was standing next to the car. It's become something else, and if anybody thinks that we're not engaged in a battle for the soul of this country right now, you're sorely mistaken."
Police aren't saying for now that the shot was fired at the house but only, as Jones said, that it struck the house. A stray shot from a long gun would not be a "totally uncommon occurrence because of the hunters and target shooters" in the region, Jones said.
Jones couldn't give his opinion on what kind of shooting this might be, and he said the incident is being investigated "further past a stray hunter's bullet" because of Dobbs' "public persona." Police have conducted interviews and patrolled the area, Jones said.
When asked whether police would refer the case to federal authorities if it turned out to be an attack, Jones said, "state police work regularly with other officers at local, county and federal levels and draw on any of resources when appropriate."
"The case remains open," he said. "We want to take any incident like this seriously."

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