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Sunday, April 9, 2017

The Untold Murder Story and the PG&E Executives


Gas Pipeline Explosions


Launch: Feb 2014

Focus: PG&E San Bruno Explosion, Bennett was subcontracted to PG&E in February 2001.  Bennett was assigned to work on the Post Fire issues specific to the deadly Sept. 2010 explosion in San Bruno CA.  By summer Bennett was in jail, his car totaled and sons kidnapped by officers bent on disrupting Bennett's income. 

There was an underlying agenda within PG&E was to incriminate Bennett as someone who breached PG&E Servers. 

When the scheme unraveled Bennett started making calls to every agency possible.   The scheme was to systematically link Bennett to a large swath of sensitive PG&E internal documents 

The explosion was planned internally by PG&E Employees and outsiders with a clear blessing from the executive level. 

Without question Peter A. Darbee and his former Cheif of Staff Nancy E. McFadden  likely interacted with many CPUC members who could convicted of Arson 

The explosion accident has been a murder investigation from day one as was the 2004 Kinder Morgan explosion in Walnut Creek CA but my personal story brings in wide cast of characters from Governors to Presidents to the real power CEOs of Chevron, PG&E, City of Walnut Creek, Mountain Cascade Construction, Modern Continental (Boston Big Dig) and CalFire plus the Contra Costa County District Attorneys Offices who negotiated a large self-serving fine. 

HARD FACTS woven into murders

  • During the short project Bennett was nearly killed in Lafayette CA not far from Peter A. Darbee's residence in Lafayette.  
  • Via Bennett Project History you’ll learn how PG&E, AD Seeno Construction, AT&T (Formerly SBC), Symantec, and Wells Fargo likely were setting up Bennett is confident he’s not the only mark who unwitting entangled in a large conspiracy operation.    
  • Bennett has been defrauded by the Town of Danville, DA Investigators, Contra Costa Sherriff Office, Contra Costa Superior Court and Bechtel.  
  • Bennett's relatives, friends, customers, clients and witnesses murdered
  • There is a connection to Mitt Romney who lost his chance to become SOS from my one phone call. 

Friday, April 7, 2017

H.R.2353 - Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2015114th Congress (2015-2016)



Rep. Shuster, Bill [R-PA-9] (Introduced 05/15/2015)

House - Transportation and Infrastructure; Ways and Means; Natural Resources; Science, Space, and Technology; Energy and Commerce

Latest Action:
05/29/2015 Became Public Law No: 114-21. (TXT | PDF)  (All Actions)

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Summary: H.R.2353 — 114th Congress (2015-2016)All Bill Information (Except Text)

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There are 4 summaries for H.R.2353.

Public Law (05/29/2015)Passed Senate without amendment (05/23/2015)Passed House without amendment (05/19/2015)Introduced in House (05/15/2015)

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Public Law No: 114-21 (05/29/2015)

(This measure has not been amended since it was introduced. The expanded summary of the House passed version is repeated here.)

Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2015

(Sec. 1) Directs the Secretary of Transportation to reduce the amount apportioned for a surface transportation program, project, or activity for FY2015 by amounts apportioned or allocated under the Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2014 for the period from October 1, 2014, through May 31, 2015.


Subtitle A--Federal-Aid Highways

(Sec. 1001) Amends the Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2014 to continue from October 1, 2014, through July 31, 2015, and authorizes appropriations through that period for, specified federal-aid highway programs under:

  • the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21),
  • the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) Technical Corrections Act of 2008,
  • the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21),
  • the National Highway System Designation Act of 1995,
  • the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA), and
  • other specified law.

Subjects funding for such programs generally to the same manner of distribution, administration, limitation, and availability for obligation, but at a specified pro rata of the total amount, as funds authorized for appropriation out of the Highway Trust Fund (HTF) for such programs and activities for FY2014.

Amends the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) to authorize appropriations out of the general fund of the Treasury for the Tribal High Priority Projects program for the same period.

Prescribes an obligation ceiling of $33,528,284,932 for federal-aid highway and highway safety construction programs for the same period.

(Sec. 1002) Authorizes appropriations from the HTF (other than the Mass Transit Account) for administrative expenses of the federal-aid highway program for the same period.

Subtitle B--Extension of Highway Safety Programs

(Sec. 1101) Amends MAP-21 to extend for the same period the authorization of appropriations for National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) safety programs, including:

  • highway safety research and development,
  • national priority safety programs,
  • the National Driver Register,
  • the High Visibility Enforcement Program, and
  • NHTSA administrative expenses.

Amends SAFETEA-LU to extend for the same period high-visibility traffic safety law enforcement campaigns under the High Visibility Enforcement Program.

Sets aside a specified amount of the total apportionment to states for highway safety programs for a cooperative program to research and evaluate priority highway safety countermeasures for the same period.

(Sec. 1102) Extends for the same period the authorization of appropriations for Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) programs, including:

  • motor carrier safety grants,
  • FMCSA administrative expenses,
  • commercial driver's license program improvement grants,
  • border enforcement grants,
  • performance and registration information system management grants,
  • commercial vehicle information systems and networks deployment grants,
  • safety data improvement grants,
  • a set-aside for high priority activities that improve commercial motor vehicle safety and compliance with commercial motor vehicle safety regulations,
  • a set-aside for new entrant motor carrier audit grants,
  • FMCSA outreach and education, and
  • the commercial motor vehicle operators grant program.

(Sec. 1103) Amends the Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration Act to continue, for the same period, the authorized distribution of funds for coastal wetlands, recreational boating safety, projects under the Clean Vessel Act of 19921, boating infrastructure projects, and the National Outreach and Communications Program.

Subtitle C--Public Transportation Programs

(Sec. 1201) Extends for the same period the apportionment of nonurbanized (rural) area formula grants for competitive grants and formula grants for public transportation on Indian reservations.

(Sec. 1202) Extends the apportionment of urbanized area formula grants for passenger ferry projects for the same period.

(Sec. 1203) Extends for the same period the authorization of appropriations from the HTF Mass Transit Account for:

  • formula grants for public transportation, including allocations for specified projects;
  • research, development demonstration, and deployment projects;
  • the transit cooperative research program;
  • technical assistance and standards development grants;
  • human resources and training grants;
  • capital investment grants; and
  • administrative expenses.

(Sec. 1204) Allocates, for the same period, certain amounts to states and territories for formula bus and bus facilities grants.

Subtitle D--Hazardous Materials

(Sec. 1301) Authorizes appropriations for the same period for hazardous materials (hazmat) transportation safety projects.

Authorizes the Secretary to make certain expenditures, including an amount for hazmat training grants, from the Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Fund for the same period.


(Sec. 2001) Amends the Internal Revenue Code to extend through July 31, 2015, the authority for expenditures from: (1) the HTF Highway and Mass Transit Accounts, (2) the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund, and (3) the Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund.

WALNUT CREEK / Blast kills 2, puts 6 in hospital / Fuel line erupts in flame at work site; 2 missing

The Deadly Explosion where a precious child was murdered so the Contra Costa District Attorney investigators could spit the 15 Million Dollar Fine.  Another Cold Case County confidential settlement.

Meredith May, Demian Bulwa, Carrie Sturrock and Leslie Fulbright, Chronicle Staff Writers

Published 4:00 am, Wednesday, November 10, 2004



Adri Riley (cq) (left) and Sarah Potter run with their pet dogs out of the Diablo Pointe apartment complex at 1450 Creekside Drive in Walnut Creek.They were told to evacuate because of fear of further ... more

A fireball several stories high roared out of the ground near downtown Walnut Creek on Tuesday, killing two construction workers, injuring six and leaving two workers missing after a crew accidentally cut an underground jet fuel line.

The blast occurred about a quarter-mile away from the intersection of Newell Avenue and South Broadway, where two crews contracted by Mountain Cascade Inc. of Livermore were installing a large water main for the East Bay Municipal Utility District.

One group of workers was welding in a trench, and a second group was digging another trench with a backhoe that apparently broke a pipeline that carries aviation fuel from Concord to the San Jose International Airport, said EBMUD spokesman Charles Hardy and Walnut Creek police investigating the accident.


Ellen Sabaduquia, 54, of Walnut Creek was driving on Broadway at 1:30 p.m. when the inferno shot out of the ground a few feet from her Toyota minivan.

She watched in horror as two screaming men emerged from the hole, engulfed in flames.

"I thought I was in Fallujah for a moment," Sabaduquia told The Chronicle, her voice trembling. "It almost looked like slow motion from a horror movie."

Sabaduquia said she wanted to get out and pick up the workers, but the flames were too ferocious and she was forced to throw her vehicle into reverse.

The six workers who were injured were all burned -- three critically, authorities said. Those with the worst injuries were airlifted to Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo in critical condition with burns over 40 to 60 percent of their bodies, said hospital spokeswoman Paula Ferron.

Two victims were airlifted to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek with burns so severe they were transported again to a burn center at UC Davis, according to a hospital spokeswoman. There was no information available on the sixth burn victim.

Initial reports by authorities had three workers dead, but later in the evening police said that they had confirmed two fatalities and retrieved the bodies of those victims. Authorities did not disclose the names of the dead or the missing.

The accident sparked a series of underground explosions, sent a huge column of black smoke into the sky, burned one home and damaged several others on Doris Avenue, and prompted the evacuations of Las Lomas High School and Muirwood Elementary.

"This is the worst day of my life," said Bill Williams of Mountain Cascade, general contractor for EBMUD's $180 million Walnut Creek-San Ramon Valley Improvement Project to increase water flow in the area.

Williams fielded phone calls Tuesday afternoon from worried wives and scanned work rosters to try to figure out who was unaccounted for.

The explosion rattled shops at nearby Broadway Plaza and caused students to jump in their seats. The force was so intense it blew out the windows of several apartments on Creekside Drive across the street and charred the cab of an 18-wheeler parked near the construction site.

Initially, firefighters were prevented from approaching the searing hot flames, so they were forced to keep the public away and wait for the gasoline to burn out.

Firefighters capped the pipeline at cutoff valves in Concord and Alamo, and the inferno receded about 90 minutes later, said Steve Maiero, battalion chief of the Contra Costa Fire Protection District.

They discovered two bodies in or near the hole, Maiero said.

The jet fuel line, owned by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners of Houston, was marked on maps that construction workers were using, according to Eugene Braithwaite, director of operations for the company's northern region.

Kinder Morgan is under investigation in a separate incident in which 85, 000 gallons of fuel spilled from one of its pipelines into the Suisun Marsh last April.

Braithwaite said as soon as it was safe, Kinder Morgan would assess how to clean up the Walnut Creek pipe break, possibly using vacuum pumps to remove any residual fuel.

A few Doris Avenue residents spent the night with friends or in hotels with help from the Red Cross. Among them were Enos and Leto Chabot, who lost the back half of their two-story home at 2053 Doris Ave. The fireball rose 90 feet from the construction pit, up a concrete wall and burned their entire backyard, melting the windows on their back wall.

The couple were having lunch at the Hick'ry Pit restaurant nearby when they heard the boom, and they returned home to find their neighbors evacuated to a street corner a few blocks away.

"The important thing is we're OK," said Leto Chabot. "We have insurance, but this will take months to get fixed."

At Las Lomas High, Sarah Jones, 16, said she was in her physics class when she heard what she thought was someone dropping something on the roof.

Students were instructed over the loudspeaker to stay inside, then told to evacuate to Civic Park. They could see the plume of black smoke from the parking lot.

"I don't think we were so much scared as confused," Jones said. "Because nobody told us what was going on."

The evacuation went smoothly, however, because nearly all the students had cell phones and could call their parents to come get them. Only about 50 of the school's 1,700 students made it to Civic Park, and the rest went to downtown coffee shops and juice bars to wait for their parents.

As darkness fell, authorities used a robot to shoot close-up photographs of the accident scene.

Monday, April 3, 2017

Chevron CEO David J. O'Reilly and Danville CA Explosion in 2004 (Arson / Attempted Murder)


Alamo CA  -The following statements emanate from five years of researching who rigged my F-250 to explode.  There is a connection to my divorce, rouge police officers, multiple US Grand Jury Indictments related to a story called the “Dirty DUI” to a San Ramon CA law firm and a real estate investment trust (REIT) under where I found O’Reilly with Attorney Rick Kopf from Bennett v. Southern where my witness was murdered. 


David J. O'Reilly

Born: 1947

Birthplace: Dublin, Ireland

Gender: Male

Race or Ethnicity: White

Sexual orientation: Straight

Occupation: Business

Nationality: Ireland

Executive summary: CEO of Chevron, 2005-09

Wife: Joan Gariepy (nurse, m. 1970, two children)

    University: BS Chemical Engineering, University College Dublin (1968)

Chevron CEO (2005-09)

Chevron Texaco CEO (2001-05)

Chevron CEO (2000-01)

Chevron Vice Chairman (1998-2000)

Chevron President of Chevron Products Co. (1994-98)

Chevron VP (1991-94)

Chevron Senior VP and COO of Chevron Chemical Co. (1989-91)

Chevron (1968-89)
    Member of the Board of Chevron (as Chairman, 2000-01 and 2005-09)
    Member of the Board of Chevron Texaco (as Chairman, 2001-05)

JP Morgan Chase International Council

American Petroleum Institute Executive Committee

Bohemian Grove


The Business Council

Business Roundtable

Eisenhower Fellowships Trustee

George W. Bush for President

Institute for International Economics Board

National Petroleum Council

San Francisco Symphony Board of Governors

Trilateral Commission

World Economic Forum

Irish Ancestry



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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Pete Bennett Contra Costa Transportation Authority

The Contra Costa Transportation Authority is made up assigned commissioners made up from elected officials from cities in Contra Costa.

They employ land use planners, attorney and legislative analysts and aides to interact with the community during hearings using the Brown Act, they post and solicit bids for Infrastructure Projects for transportation, mass transit, rail, freight and highways.

The most visible recent project is the Caldecott Tunnel that produced the fourth bore.

In my story several of the commissioners looked the other way when I was attacked, beaten and left for dead in my house back in 2004.  These same cities and towns now have my allegations spanning 40 years linked to the deaths of police officers, public officials and numerous Federal Indictments and Convictions that include Albert D. Seeno (Homebuilder), Contra Costa Narcotics Taskforce and the deaths near attorneys, land use firms, CEQA litigation and even the death of the son of a prominent road building construction company that attended a university where the son of my friends died in car accident at the same university.

They were in the same classes in the same program at the same university with me in the middle knowing both parties.  It will be posted on all my blogs shortly after this article appears.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Former F.B.I. Agent Sues, Claiming Retaliation Over Misgivings in Anthrax Case




WASHINGTON — When Bruce E. Ivins, an Army microbiologist, took a fatal overdose of Tylenol in 2008, the government declared that he had been responsible for the anthrax letter attacks of 2001, which killed five people and set off a nationwide panic, and closed the case.

Now, a former senior F.B.I. agent who ran the anthrax investigation for four years says that the bureau gathered “a staggering amount of exculpatory evidence” regarding Dr. Ivins that remains secret. The former agent, Richard L. Lambert, who spent 24 years at the F.B.I., says he believes it is possible that Dr. Ivins was the anthrax mailer, but he does not think prosecutors could have convicted him had he lived to face criminal charges.

In a lawsuit filed in federal court in Tennessee last Thursday, Mr. Lambert accused the bureau of trying “to railroad the prosecution of Ivins” and, after his suicide, creating “an elaborate perception management campaign” to bolster its claim that he was guilty. Mr. Lambert’s lawsuit accuses the bureau and the Justice Department of forcing his dismissal from a job as senior counterintelligence officer at the Energy Department’s lab in Oak Ridge, Tenn., in retaliation for his dissent on the anthrax case.

The anthrax letters were mailed to United States senators and news organizations in the weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, causing a huge and costly disruption in the postal system and the federal government. Members of Congress and Supreme Court justices were forced from their offices while technicians in biohazard suits cleaned up the lethal anthrax powder. Decontamination costs nationwide exceeded $1 billion. At least 17 people were sickened, in addition to the five who died.

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The bureau’s investigation, one of the longest-running and most technically complex inquiries in its history, has long been seen as troubled. Investigators initially lacked the forensic skills to analyze bioterrorist attacks. For several years, agents focused on a former Army scientist and physician, Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, who was subsequently cleared and given a $4.6 million settlement to resolve a lawsuit. Reviews by the National Academy of Sciences and the Government Accountability Office faulted aspects of the F.B.I.’s scientific work on the case.


The late Bruce Ivins in 2003, when he was a microbiologist at Fort Detrick, Md.CreditSam Yu/Frederick News Post, via Assocaited Press

Mr. Lambert, who was himself criticized for pursuing Dr. Hatfill for so long, has now offered, in his lawsuit and in an interview, an insider’s view of what hampered the investigation.

“This case was hailed at the time as the most important case in the history of the F.B.I.,” Mr. Lambert said. “But it was difficult for me to get experienced investigators assigned to it.”

He said that the effort was understaffed and plagued by turnover, and that 12 of 20 agents assigned to the case had no prior investigative experience. Senior bureau microbiologists were not made available, and two Ph.D. microbiologists who were put on the case were then removed for an 18-month Arabic language program in Israel. Fear of leaks led top officials to order the extreme compartmentalization of information, with investigators often unable to compare notes and share findings with colleagues, he said.

Mr. Lambert said he outlined the problems in a formal complaint in 2006 to the F.B.I.’s deputy director. Some of his accusations were later included in a report on the anthrax case by the CBS News program “60 Minutes,” infuriating bureau leaders.

The F.B.I., which rarely comments on pending litigation, did not respond to requests for comment on Mr. Lambert’s claims.

Although the lethal letters contained notes expressing jihadist views, investigators came to believe the mailer was an insider in the government’s biodefense labs. They eventually matched the anthrax powder to a flask in Dr. Ivins’s lab at Fort Detrick in Maryland and began intense scrutiny of his life and work.


The police in Frederick, Md., spoke with a woman they identified as Diane Ivins, the wife of Bruce E. Ivins, 62, at the couple's home in Frederick, Md., in 2008. CreditRob Carr/Associated Press

They discovered electronic records that showed he had spent an unusual amount of time at night in his high-security lab in the periods before the two mailings of the anthrax letters. They found that he had a pattern of sending letters and packages from remote locations under assumed names. They uncovered emails in which he described serious mental problems.

The investigators documented Dr. Ivins’s obsession with a national sorority that had an office near the Princeton, N.J., mailbox where the letters were mailed. They detected what they believed to be coded messages directed at colleagues, hidden in the notes in the letters.

As prosecutors prepared to charge him with the five murders in July 2008, Dr. Ivins, 62, took his own life at home in Frederick, Md. Days later, at a news conference, Jeffrey A. Taylor, then the United States attorney for the District of Columbia, said the authorities believed “that based on the evidence we had collected, we could prove his guilt to a jury beyond a reasonable doubt.”

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But Mr. Lambert says the bureau also gathered a large amount of evidence pointing away from Dr. Ivins’s guilt that was never shared with the public or the news media. Had the case come to trial, he said, “I absolutely do not think they could have proved his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.” He declined to be specific, saying that most of the information was protected by the Privacy Act and was unlikely to become public unless Congress carried out its own inquiry.

After retiring from the F.B.I. in 2012, Mr. Lambert joined the Energy Department. But an F.B.I. ethics lawyer ruled that because Mr. Lambert had to work with F.B.I. agents in his new job, he was violating a conflict-of-interest law that forbade former federal employees from contacting previous colleagues for a year after they had left their government jobs.

That ruling led to his dismissal, Mr. Lambert said, and he has not been able to find work despite applying for more than 70 jobs. His lawsuit asserts that several other former F.B.I. agents were able to take identical intelligence jobs with the Energy Department and that he was singled out for mistreatment.