Hollywood PI Anthony Pellicano Found Guilty
Private investigator to the stars and Colombo family Mafioso, Anthony Pellicano, has been found guilty on 76 of 77 counts of illegal wiretapping, identity theft, racketeering, wire fraud and conspiracy. The farce of a case netted a few other arrests, but many offenders were let go.
The FBI and the prosecution let the famous criminals in the case off, due to Robert Mueller being enamored with stars. The married head of the FBI is after all in love with an actress.
Once again, Mueller has proven he is incapable of being just, impartial and moral in legal matters…while the nation and world watched.
The next time you stand up and give some “you need to stop breaking the law” speech to the nation or go into a foreign country and lecture them on law and order, before you open your corrupt mouth, do remember all the evidence against stars that you sat on in the Pellicano case and shut up. Bite your tongue and keep silent with the knowledge that you are the worst hypocrite in the room and people know it.
People pointed the finger at different stars and lawyers in the Pellicano case, as having illegally wiretapped them and thrown the contents of their personal phone calls back in their faces, word for word as they previously stated it.
Stars are still engaging in criminal misconduct in Hollywood using other private investigators. A few months ago, it was widely reported, Britney Spears, paid a private investigator to wiretap her ex-husband, Kevin Federline and mother, Lynne, during her recent child custody battle and threw it in their faces.
In my legal case, Madonna continues to illegally pay for the wiretapping of our lines and hacking of my computers, that has been witnessed by computer specialists and family members. Through a trace, it was discovered the hacking is being done by a hacker that is a computer worker with clear ties to her. The full details of that will be posted to the site shortly.
The problem is, I’ve paid people to improve the security of my computers, but the hacker she has hired consistently breaks through the firewalls due to the wiretapped phone line running into the modem. He is constantly sending me harassing emails as well, from the same IP in question constantly breaking into the computers.
A specialist also checked the phone line and said the symptoms are indicative of wiretapping. It also becomes apparent that people are eavesdropping on your calls when things you’ve said privately in confidence to your father, mother, friends, members of government and your attorney, days later end up in press releases and interviews, verbatim as you said it over the phone previously, but attributed to the crazy pop star paying for the invasion of privacy campaign. Many of us witnessed it and are taken aback.
That whole Kabbalah cult that is represented by Bert Fields believes in invasion of privacy. The other cult he legally represents, Scientology, had members indicted and imprisoned over illegal wiretapping as well. It is a sick way of life in Hollywood.
But there’s an old saying in the Bible that goes, “God is not mocked. A man reaps what he sows.” God will have the last word.
“Tires get slashed; computers get hacked; houses get broken into,” Mr. Saunders said. “And of course, people’s phones get wiretapped” — their “most intimate conversations” carried in real time directly to the “waiting ears of Mr. Pellicano and his well-paying clients.”
Pellicano Guilty in Wiretapping Case
The Hollywood private investigator, Anthony Pellicano was found guilty Thursday in federal court in Los Angeles of using wiretaps and other illegal tactics to gather information for rich and famous clients involved in divorces or legal disputes.
Mr. Pellicano, 64, was convicted of 76 of the 77 charges he faced.
After about two weeks of deliberations, the jury found Mr. Pellicano guilty of racketeering, racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud, identity theft, conspiracy to intercept or use wire communications and manufacture or possession of wiretapping device. He was acquitted of a single count of unauthorized computer access.
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