E-Mail #1...

Dear Mr. Steiner:

I was at Anaheim City Council meeting held on Tuesday, March 16, 1999, but I did not see you there... or were you there?

Not a single person stood up to speak for or against the GHAD proposal.  It passed unanimously.

Sincerely,

R.E.G.

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Editor's Reply:   None of the landslide victims were allowed to attend the Anaheim City Council meeting held on Tuesday because of a secret agreement made under the threat of financial duress.

Sincerely,

Gerald M. Steiner

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E-Mail #2...

Dear Mr. Steiner:

Who did not allow you to attend the city council meeting and
what kind of threat was made?  Isn't that type of procedure illegal in the United States?

Sincerely,

R.E.G.

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Editor's Reply:  The City of Anaheim told our lawyers that if just one landslide victim showed up at the council meeting to protest their GHAD, they, Mayor Daly and his Council, would quash the 'deal' and never pay a single penny to any of those victims or their heirs.

Financial duress can be a much stronger weapon than mere fists or clubs -- The City of Anaheim and it's legal council have become experts with these Gestapo tactics.

Our lawyers, without telling their clients, feeling that they were acting on behalf of their clients, secretly agreed to this scam.

I suppose I could (should?) have been there and have stood up -- but then, if the city kept its 'word', I would have been the cause of the 'deal' collapsing.

Normally, this type of covert, deceitful political scam would be illegal -- at least in America -- but everyone knows that Anaheim is just another corrupt Banana Republic.

Because of my silence, I now feel as though I have made an unclean compact with the Devil, Himself, by allowing this travesty against justice to be railroaded through by Mayor Daly.

Sincerely,

Gerald M. Steiner
 



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