Thursday, February 6, 2014

Bennett's Litigation Score Card - If you've ever lost a case in Contra Costa County

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641

Around 1979 I got my first dose of litigation.  After a few losses I got better at running my business and by 1985 things were better.  

In a nutshell my litigation history four murders near me and/my case or my attorneys   

Litigation Scorecard

  1. Bennett V. Southern Pacific - Forced Adverse Settlement 
    1. Bennett's cabinet shop attacked with break-ins, shootings and arson - Bennett loses business 
  2. Fang v. Bennett 1987 - down the middle losses over $35,000 
    1. Fang Murdered in 2000 
    2. Bennett as Witness suppressed by Lt. Lawrence  refused to take statement  
  3. Bennett V. Collins - Danville Police and Town of Danville hid Collins from service 
    1. Documents handed to Chief Bryden on Nov 1st 2011 incriminating police officers, attorneys, and investigators plus Collins 
    2. Weeks Later CNET Witness Collins is dead plus two other divorces - Collins knows Butler, and Tanabe from Danville PD  Murder By Accident 
  4. Tarrant v. Bennett - Counsel Dax Craven - lied that he knew my ex-wife (Mormon)
  5. Charter Collections v. Authentic Technologies - Don Moats - disbarred but Moats offices burned down in 2001 - FBI investigated case too bad for Walnut Creek Police 
  6. Bennett hit with restraining orders by San Ramon Unified School District 
  7. Bennett's attorney in Collins matter beaten, threatened and left the area 
  8. Bennett's Attorney Moats wife murdered in Walnut Creek 1989
  9. Bennett's Attorney Dax Craven brother in-law Nate Greenan murdered on April 18th 2012 in Orinda

Other cases known to Bennett 
  1. Portue v. Dan Terry Contra Costa County Sheriff - Attorney Stu Stafine forced into adverse settlement loses case - Stafine dead within days. 
  2. Attorney Daniel Horowitz wife murdered in 2005 
  3. Attorney suing Seeno killed in car crash 
  4. Former Department of Elections worker commits suicide - with widows permission Bennett asks questions - you bet they didn't like those questions - The Head of the DOE suddenly announces retirement


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