Threat From Alley Valkerie


I just discovered that Alley Valkyrie was with Belle when she got arrested as was Ambrose
Holtham-Keathley. Did Ambrose know Alley was going to launch an attack against me? Did Alley suggest Belle give me a call to set up an appointment to meet?

Here is a message I got around midnight from Alley Valkerie. She sounds like a Nazi. She threatens to fill me with terror if my newspaper doesn’t stop writing about Belle Burch. Alley sounds like a Professional Victim that has made life difficult for our elected city leaders, people chosen by the people. Did Alley ever win, or lose, an election? Did her peers elect Alley as their spokesperson? Are the citizens of Eugene tired of being harassed by street punks? As a reporter for my paper, I will make sure I am at very civic meeting Alley attends to ask her real hard questions.

Belle Burch concealed the fact she runs with terrorists like Alley, she having several opportunities to inform me of what kind of group I am dealing with, verses an individual. She knew if I knew, then I would not have made any kind of agreement with her, least make her heir to this blog, that is now under attacks by Belle’s GANG!

In an e-mail I received from Belle Burch, she says she will not model for me in exchange for a bicycle she accepted. She says she is afraid of me, yet wants to meet with me at the Wandering Goat on Thursday. I tell her she can keep the bike, and in exchange I will use stills from the video I took in Kesey Square that she knew I was making, and allowed it. At no time did Belle ask me to stop e-mailing her, or stop writing about her. Alley has elected herself the Godmother, who will get her “family” after me to shut me up. I and my radical friends took the Mafia to court in Bostone in 1971. I won my case after an attempt on my life. I include that attempt. As for my radical neighbors, they were black Christian-Muslims who wanted to arm themselves and fight for our building. I used reason, and talked them out of it. I also played chess for two peoples lives. I own no fear!

Looks like Alley Dearest loves getting attention, her name and picture in the news, and in newspapers. Why is she denying me my fifteen minutes of fame? Perhaps Alley Valkarie (sounds like an alias) is jealous because Belle is stealing her limelight?

I will keep track of Alley’s career as a Troublemaker in this blog. If she wants to meet me in a dark alley, with her gang, I would love to do a story on her love life! After all, I am a senior member of the Love Generation.

Peace and Love…………..Baby!

Jon Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press

Here is Ambrose and fellow arrestee, Grotticelli, telling the real community and the press what they know is the law.

Facebook message from Alley Valkerie

“I’m going to make this very simple for you. I don’t know if you know who I am, but I sure as hell know who you are, and when you fuck with my friends, you fuck with me. Stop writing about Belle or I am going to make your life very difficult. I mean it. If I see one more word about her on your blog, your FB, or anywhere else, I will make sure that you experience all the fear and discomfort that she is experiencing right now. And no, this isn’t a physical threat, so don’t try to play victim. Frankly, I encourage you to contact EPD, as they already know all about you. I will not do anything illegal, but mark my word you will regret it if you write one more word about her. I will make sure that the entire community knows exactly how much of a sick fuck you are. Your picture, your name, and “samples” of your writing will be posted on every bulletin board in town. There will not be a single person in the Eugene/Springfield area who won’t know that you’re a sick stalker who won’t leave a stalker who won’t leave a young girl alone. Cut it out. Now. This is your first, last, and only warning.”

Legal camping advocate Alley Valkyrie speaks to the Eugene City Council in support of a proposal to create legal camping sites in Eugene on Monday, September 23, 2013. (Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard)

Valkyrie suggested that a camp be allowed on city land under the Ferry Street Bridge, where several campers have pitched tents. Another camp has been set up on city land at Broadway and Hilyard Street, which Valkyrie said is an excellent site.

Here is the full account of what happened when the Mafia came to my home to kill me.

“Above is me in 1971. I lived on Beacon Hill in this apartment building. I had unlimited guts. I took on the whole world.

In 1971 my attorney told those who refused to move out of our home on 40 Anderson Street, a four story building on Beacon Hill, to move to the top floor for our safety. I was in a legal battle with the brother-in-law of the head of Boston’s Mafia, and they were losing. This guy was a top-notch attorney. The owner of the grocery store down the street who liked me, said;

“They want their building back. They will hurt you.”

When I heard the door being kicked in on the main floor, I rushed downstairs to find the door to the old managers apartment knocked off its hinges. Then I heard the awful sound of the squatter’s three month old black lab having its throat cut. I shouted;

“Get out there!”

There was silence, and then this question;

“Are you the manager?”

“Yes! Get out!”

“You come in here!”
“We got something for you!” said the second voice.

When I refused, they came out carrying bloody knives. I stood my ground.

Just then about six of my neighbors appeared on the steps. Shaheb let out a blast from his trumpet. They folded their knives and gave me a long dirty look as they passed on either side of me. I went into the room.

The blood was still rolling down the walls. They had smeared three walls with the puppy’s blood. I now went into the bathroom looking for her. I found her stuffed under the toilet. She was still warm when I picker her up. I began to sob. She had died for our sins, our crimes, our arrogance, she knew nothing about. We were all wrong, now! It was over. There is no God’s Justice, just our collective shame.

I put her down on the bed, and grabbed some towels. I cried as I removed the blood. I didn’t want the owners to see the gore. I wouldn’t let anyone come in.

Several days later the Judge ordered us to meet in a closed room. It was like meeting with the Saprano family. There was a bald guy with a stubby cigar, who aksed me this;

“What would you do with this building if we sold it to you for a dollar?”

“I would make the first floor a communal area with kitchen, like a dorm, for nurses at Mass General.”

He laughed. He was ready to mock me this dude with the long hair that looked like Jesus. All of Boston had heard about these tough guys murdered a little puppy. This puppy, saved my life.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2014

By Edward Russo

The Register-Guard

Published: 12:00 a.m., Sept. 24

A proposal that could allow Eugene to establish small homeless camps on yet-to-be-­chosen sites was approved by the City Council on Monday night.

Councilors voted 6-2 to pass an ordinance recommended by City Manager Jon Ruiz that would allow the council to authorize more than one volunteer-­run homeless camp of up to 15 people apiece — if the first camp works well.

Councilor Claire Syrett — who represents a ward that includes the Whiteaker, River Road and Santa Clara areas — said the proposal, which would allow camps to operate until next March, is not a cure for homelessness in Eugene.

But the camps will be better for some of the “hundreds of people” who have been sleeping for years in city parks and other public land, she said.

“It won’t fix all of the problems,” Syrett said. “It won’t fill all of the need, but it’s better than the status quo.”

Joining Syrett in voting for the proposal were councilors Alan Zelenka, Betty Taylor, George Brown, Chris Pryor and Greg Evans. Voting against were Councilors George Poling and Mike Clark.

Under the proposal, volunteers or nonprofit groups would manage the camps, and they would provide garbage service and portable toilets at no cost to the city. The council would control the number and location of camps, with the expectation that there would be little or no other costs to the city.

Potential sites could be located on city-owned parcels in commercial or industrial areas, or those offered by religious institutions, nonprofit groups or a business located on commercial or industrial-zoned property.

Until Monday, the council had been considering a proposal introduced by Zelenka to let the council authorize a single “rest stop” or overnight camp for up to 15 homeless people.

Under that proposal, the first camp would have been tried for 90 days to see how well it worked before other sites could be started. The proposal also would have required campers to pack up their belongings and leave the site each day.

But the concept was criticized at previous council meetings by homeless people and activists. Critics said a single site isn’t enough for the many homeless people in Eugene, and that requiring homeless people to pack up their belongings each day is impractical.

Ruiz, the city manager, on Friday made changes to a draft ordinance that could allow the establishment of more than one camp in the near future. He also added flexibility to the ordinance so that, depending on the site, campers wouldn’t necessarily have to pack up their belongings and leave each day.

Poling said he objected to the rest stop proposal being changed so that homeless people could stay on a site all day and night.

“That is no longer a rest stop,” he said. “That is a campground.”

Poling also faulted the proposal because the city would not be helping people to get out of homelessness.

“All we are doing is warehousing them and not working with them to end their homelessness,” he said.

Instead of establishing camps, Clark favored having the city act as a referral service to connect homeless people with property owners who would be willing to let homeless people camp on their property.

The camps proposed by Ruiz would be managed by “hosts” and the areas would be run according to site agreements between the site operators and the city. The camps could be terminated if the agreements are violated.

Previously, when city officials had begun working on the homeless camp idea at the direction of the council, they compiled a list of 19 possible sites that included undeveloped parkland in residential areas. That raised so much concern by nearby residents that the council eliminated potential sites in residential areas or those located close to a school.

On Monday night, several homeless advocates thanked Ruiz for developing his proposal.

Michael Carrigan, of the Community Alliance of Lane County, said people who want to help the homeless “are excited about this proposal and are ready to roll up their sleeves to make this work.”

Alley Valkyrie, a south Eugene resident who has been helping the homeless advocacy group known as SLEEPS, said she was “really stunned” by the city manager’s proposal.

“It’s a huge step in the right direction,” she said.

Valkyrie suggested that a camp be allowed on city land under the Ferry Street Bridge, where several campers have pitched tents. Another camp has been set up on city land at Broadway and Hilyard Street, which Valkyrie said is an excellent site.

The Rev. Dan Bryant, president of Opportunity Village Eugene, a newly formed housing area for homeless on Garfield Street, urged the council to approve the ordinance to get as many of the camps “up and running as quickly as possible, and we will work with you to help make that happen.”

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1 Response to Threat From Alley Valkerie

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    I just found a facebook page that Alley Vakyrie founded to get Jon Ruiz fired. This is before Belle Burch approached me in Kesey Square. In this blog I talked about the killing of that black puppy on Beacon Hill and how it left scars – that my neighbors exploited because they came to believe I called all Christians “Nazis” This is a lie told to sitr up my neighbors against me.

    Fire Jon Ruiz
    April 6, 2014 · 
    Posted by Alley Valkyrie. “Here’s some CC quotes from Feb. 18:
    Jon Ruiz, City Manager, ..”our intent is not to just to go in and shut down the site, our intent is to provide time for people to transition to whatever site that Council chooses, and so that is what our intent is as we go forward and that may take whatever the reasonable time line is, an appropriate time line is and we would work toward that.”
    Claire Syrett, City Councilor, “I am very glad to hear the City Manager state very clearly the intention to find a new location and to invite folks at Whoville to relocate there. I think that speaks to the intent of the motion that I proposed and that this Council passed. ”
    Chris Pryor, City Councilor:, ” …three thoughts, the first one is i just want to be absolutely clear, i don’t think it is the intention of the members of the council to shut down whoville before we have a place for them to move. i just want to be clear from all the conversations we’ve had and i believe you understand that whatever we need to do have the operating until we have an alternative in place is what our intention is and i’m hearing you say you get that you understand that.
    Alan Zelenka, City Councilor, “Yea, I concur that our intention was to have a place to go before Whoville shuts down…. …with regard to other sites and collaborations.”

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