Charge For Harm and The Chlorine Don

The bootlegger, Al Capone, was put in prison after being convicted of Tax Evasion. I am going to make all member on the board of Alcohol Justice aware of how art is used as a tax loophole. I just sent this message of three members of Alcohol Justice. There are more who need to respond.

John Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press

To the Board of Alcohol Justice;

Andrew Cuomo went after Lawrence Chazen, like you did. Chazen is a partner in PlumpJack and owns three restaurants in Carmel, that make a profit selling booze. Chazen,, along with Bill Newsom, were tax consultants for Getrty. Chazen was a ceo of Nobel Oil and put them in Rougemont Switzerland to avoid paying taxes. Does Paul Pelosi know all this? Chazen was my sister’s partner in her first Carmel gallery, and our fathers private lender that the District Attorney was trying to get the name of. Chazen tried to become executor of my famous sisters estate. The probate Judge nixed that idea because he was the number one creditor. My recovery book was thwarted because I was going to reveal the idea that my sister’s prints were used as a tax right-off .The IRS was investigating the Bentons. The bootlegger, Al Capone, went to prison for tax evasion. They made a movie about Paul Getty, who is the sister of Ailene Getty, who married the son of my cousin, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, who almost died of alcoholism. Your organization is now being discussed on my blog. Do you have any input?

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I posted this in 2015.

I am trying to get a class action lawsuit going. President Trump gave dangerous advice in the treatment of the coronavirus. This lawsuit will include the selfish plotters of the open our States movement.

I am also going to bring a lawsuit against my selfish daughter, Heather Hanson, who has cut me off from my grandchildren in her and her mother’s ongoing stalking and confidence game.

John Presco

SAN DIEGO – San Diego County police say three people protesting beach closures were arrested in Encinitas, California, on Saturday for violating health orders. The arrests occurred hours after the county announced plans to roll back beach restrictions and the city of Encinitas signaled its intention to reopen city beaches. 

Protester Crista Anne Curtis, of Encinitas’ Cardiff-by-the-Sea community, said she was aware the beaches were scheduled to reopen, but disagreed with the restrictions planned during the phased reopening, such as prohibitions against…

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