Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Look BEYOND the Chemtrails!

It is 8pm and the skies here in Sonoma are completely covered with chemclouds.

And now with all the fear mongering regarding swine flu everywhere, what's a person to do??

Look BEYOND the Chemtrails to the Lord Jesus Christ who paid for your sin with His blood on the cross and offers salvation and eternal life when you put your faith in the Son of God.

Then with TRUE FREEDOM, you can walk by FAITH and not by fear forever!

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
John 3:16;&version=9;


Baskin Robbins Ice Cream 31 Cents a Scoop


April 29, 2009

5-10 pm

Baskin Robbins Ice Cream

Each Scoop is 31 CENTS!


BEWARE: H5N1 bird flu DNA in Flu Vaccine

Whatever you do dont opt to recieve a flu jab, it is part of a bigger plan in my opinion, people that get them all say that they are worse after getting it that without. Pls listen to the information.


Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The American Cancer Society Rip-Off

Today, I received an email about a local event to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

I'm sorry, but I can not promote this cause and the following links explain why:

American Cancer Society (ACS)
"We have had 50 years of American Cancer Society (ACS) brainwashing on the question of cancer, so most people out there believe we are making progress in

The American Cancer Society Is Threatening the National Cancer Program
Samuel Epstein charges the American Cancer Society (ACS) with forging a questionably legal alliance with the federal Centers for Disease Control

American Cancer Society: This Carcinogenic World According to ...
Elmer Bobst credits himself with bringing the 1950 study by Wynder and Graham to the attention of the American Cancer Society, and instigating its first

Unhealthy Charities by Professor James Bennett.
By the way, you know the American Cancer Society prefers to think that you ... In any event, about every year the American Cancer Society collect around a

The Depths of Deceit Mammography by Barry Lynes
The mammography policy pushed by the American Cancer Society to fill its bank ... Mammography was the American Cancer Society's ".sacred cow" (cash cow) and

Carolyn Dean MD, ND
It is not just the old American Cancer Society with a million volunteers going from door to door in their neighborhoods. It's corporate America “partnering”

The "Pink" Fraud - Brought to you by the people who make Breast ...
It is sponsored by the National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society, and over a dozen other medical, governmental, and professional organizations.

Seeing Deception is Your Only Protection. The Breast Cancer ...
A tune reiterated in 1997 by the American Cancer Society who also announced that "there ... The American Cancer Society was founded with the support of the

Colon Cancer
Do the physicians leading the American Cancer Society have strong economic ties to the cancer industry in the form of patents, stock options, and consulting

The Vitamin D Newsletter December, 2007 Does vitamin D prevent cancer?
This time, the press passed on the story and the American Cancer Society was mum, ... Do the physicians leading the American Cancer Society have strong


In 1917, when my mother was 3 years old and her sister was 5, their pregnant mother at 25 years of age died of the Spanish flu.

After all that I'm now reading, I have to wonder if my grandmother died of the flu or did she did from a VACCINE?

It is becoming more apparent that genocide of the masses is the goal of the Satanic new world order.

The Spanish flu, the Bird/Avian flu and now the Swine flu are being used by the controlled media for fear mongering to trick folks into taking tainted vaccines. DO NOT GET A FLU VACCINE!

The best cure for flu? Eat healthy, get lots of sunshine and of course, pray!

The Flu Vaccine Racket

The Spanish Influenza Epidemic of 1918 was Caused by Vaccinations

The Swine Flu Vaccine Propaganda Explained

Video: Beware: H5N1 Bird Flu DNA in Flu Vaccine

Critical Alert: The Swine Flu Pandemic – Fact or Fiction?

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Operation Mockingbird (CIA control of the media)

Investigative Journalist, Gary Webb (1955-2004)

Do you believe everything you hear and read in the news? A word to the wise: Don't.

Operation Mockingbird "was conceived in the late 1940s, the most frigid period of the cold war, when the CIA began a systematic infiltration of the corporate media, a process that often included direct takeover of major news outlets. In this period, the American intelligence services competed with communist activists abroad to influence European labor unions. With or without the cooperation of local governments, Frank Wisner, an undercover State Department official assigned to the Foreign Service, rounded up students abroad to enter the cold war underground of covert operations on behalf of his Office of Policy Coordination. Philip Graham, a graduate of the Army Intelligence School in Harrisburg, PA, then publisher of the Washington Post., was taken under Wisner's wing to direct the program code-named Operation MOCKINGBIRD." source

Read about one of the many journalists who paid with their life because of Operation Mockingbird:
"Gary Webb was born in Corona, California, in 1955. Webb worked for several newspapers including The Kentucky Post and Cleveland Plain Dealer. Webb became a staff reporter for the San Jose Mercury News in 1988. An investigative journalist, Webb became interested in the covert activities of the Central Intelligence Agency. Webb created a great of controversy when in 1996 he wrote a series of articles claiming that supporters of a CIA-backed guerrilla army in Nicaragua helped trigger America's crack-cocaine epidemic in the 1980s. Three of the America's leading newspapers, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post, followed up with reports questioning Webb's conclusions. The San Jose Mercury News came under considerable pressure for publishing these stories and in 1997 Webb left the newspaper. Webb published Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras and the Crack Cocaine Explosion in 1998. Webb worked in the California Assembly Speaker's Office of Member Services and for the Joint Legislative Audit Committee. In 2003 Webb began work for the Sacramento News and Review, a weekly publication. Gary Webb was found dead at his home on 10th December, 2004. He had apparently committed suicide."

Yes, the media is controlled. "The news and entertainment we consume, and thus our thoughts and opinions, are shaped not just by the media and entertainment corporations but by governments, their agencies and the military-industrial complex." from Information Control For Social Manipulation

The best thing you can do to break out of the matrix is to unplug and get rid of your television set. Remember, they don't call it progamming for nothing!


Revelation 21:6-8
"And he said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely. He that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son. But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death."

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Former Sonoma Valley Man on FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists' List

Suspect but never convicted Daniel Andreas San Diego graduated from San Rafael's Terra Linda High School, later lived in Schellville and is now on the FBI's most wanted terrorist list.

Is this a political ploy? Watch this video clip:


This is an undated file photo provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of Daniel Andreas San Diego

Former Sonoma County Resident on FBI Terrorist List
KSRO Newstalk
Curtiss Kim

A former Sonoma County man who attended high school in Marin County is now on the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorist List. Animal rights extremist Daniel Andreas San Diego is suspected of planting bombs at two Bay Area companies in 2003. San Diego graduated from Terra Linda High School and lived for a time in the Sonoma Valley before going underground following those bombings. The FBI says he should be considered armed and dangerous. They believe San Diego may have fled the country but they're hoping publicizing the case will produce new leads for investigators.

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Apr 21, 2009 4:06 pm US/Pacific
Bay Area Terror Suspect On FBIs 'Most Wanted' List

A fugitive animal rights activist charged with bombing the offices of two East Bay companies has become the first domestic terrorist named to the FBI's list of "Most Wanted" terror suspects.

Daniel Andreas San Diego, a 31-year-old computer specialist from Berkeley, disappeared following the bombings on Aug. 28, 2003, of the Emeryville biotechnology firm Chiron Inc., and on Sept. 26, 2003, of the Pleasanton cosmetics firm Shaklee Corp.

Federal authorities said San Diego wears eyeglasses and has unusual tattoos, including one that shows a burning field and proclaims, "It only takes a spark."

The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced San Diego's addition to its "Most Wanted" terrorists list at a press conference Tuesday in Washington, D.C.

FBI officials said San Diego travels internationally and should be considered armed and dangerous.

In its global search for him, the FBI has spoken to officials in Germany, the United Kingdom, Costa Rica, France, Spain Denmark, Austria, Italy, the Czech Republic, Mexico, Argentina, the Philippines, and Chile.

He has ties to Germany, and may be living in Costa Rica, officials said.

"We don't have any reason to believe he's still in the Bay Area," said FBI spokesman Joe Schadler.

Officials indicated that the decision to name San Diego a most wanted terrorist was intended to heighten the visibility of the case in order to locate him.

"The leads have gone stale on us, so now we're seeking the public's awareness," said FBI Assistant Director Michael Heimbach.

San Diego is the 24th person on the bureau's wanted terrorist list, and the only domestic terror suspect.

"Mr. San Diego and those like him are every bit as great a threat to the peace and security of the United States as any foreign terrorist," said Charlene Thornton, special agent in charge of the FBI's San Francisco office.

The move to add a domestic, left-wing terrorist to the list comes only days after the Obama administration was criticized for internal reports suggesting some military veterans could be susceptible to right-wing extremist recruiters or commit lone acts of violence. That prompted angry reactions from some lawmakers and veterans groups.

An arrest warrant was issued for San Diego after the 2003 bombings in the East Bay that caused minor damages.

No one was injured in the early-morning explosion at Chiron. A second bomb set to detonate an hour later was found and the area was cleared before it went off, according to the FBI. At Shaklee, a bomb wrapped in nails exploded but there were also no injuries.

A group calling itself "Revolutionary Cells" took responsibility for the blasts, telling followers in a series of e-mails that Chiron and Shaklee had been targeted for their ties to a research company that conducted drug and chemical experiments on animals.

FBI officials were not willing to comment on any potential groups affiliations that San Diego may have had.

According to the FBI, San Diego professed to be active in the animal rights movement and had expressed extreme views about the use of violence in achieving the goals of the movement.

"As a society we cannot sit idly by and allow violence to become an acceptable solution for social and political problems," Thornton said.

He added that San Diego's alleged actions had set an example to others in the animal rights movement, noting two August 2008 fire bombings in Santa Cruz by "individuals espousing similar beliefs."

A federal grand jury in 2004 indicted San Diego—who grew up in San Rafael and is the son of retired Belvedere City Manager Edmund San Diego -- on two counts of destroying or attempting to destroy property with explosives and two counts of use of a destructive device in a crime of violence.

Officials have offered a $250,000 reward for information leading to his capture, five times the reward amounts offered for other so-called eco-terrorists wanted in the U.S.

The FBI said animal rights and environmental extremists have been responsible for over 1,800 criminal acts and more than $110 million in damages. Currently, the bureau is investigating 170 animal rights or environmental extremism incidents.

Law enforcement officials described San Diego as a strict vegan who possesses a 9mm handgun. On his abdomen, he has tattoo images of burning and collapsing buildings.

The FBI's "Most Wanted" terrorist list is distinct from the much longer-running "Ten Most Wanted" list. Al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden is on both.

There is another American already on the terrorist list, but he is wanted for his work overseas for al-Qaida. Adam Yahiye Gadahn grew up in California but moved to Pakistan and works as a translator and consultant to al-Qaida.

According to the FBI, San Diego graduated from San Rafael's Terra Linda High School, briefly attended Los Medanos College in Brentwood, lost a job at a high-tech company in February 2003, and later tried to launch a vegan bakery in Schellville in Sonoma County, but the business failed.

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Marin County animal rights extremist added to the FBI's 'Most Wanted Terrorists' list
By Dana Hull
Mercury News
Posted: 04/21/2009 08:00:00 AM PDT
Updated: 04/22/2009 07:30:41 AM PDT

The FBI hoped to elicit new tips when it added Daniel Andreas San Diego to its "Most Wanted Terrorists" list on Tuesday, but the move was also partly political: By adding its first domestic terrorist to the notorious list — which includes Osama bin Laden — authorities are equating animal rights extremists such as San Diego with the type of people who terrorize nations.

San Diego, 31, has been a fugitive for nearly six years and is wanted for the 2003 bombings of Chiron and Shaklee, two Bay Area biotechnology companies. While no one was killed in those incidents, animal rights protests have grown increasingly violent in recent years — one of the bombs linked to San Diego was wrapped in nails, and authorities are still searching for those who firebombed a Santa Cruz biologist's home last year.

Photos from the 2003 bombings

"Mr. San Diego and those like him are every bit as great a threat to the peace and security of the United States as any foreign terrorist," said Charlene Thornton, special agent in charge of the FBI's San Francisco office.

It's still to be seen whether the move — with its reminder of the $250,000 reward — would inspire new tips, but reaction was swift and mixed about whether it would intimidate activists, who've been increasingly targeting scientists who experiment on animals.

"It's absurd," said Christine Garcia, a San Francisco attorney who regularly represents animal rights activists. "By putting San Diego on this list, the FBI is basically supporting animal cruelty."

Animal rights activists in the Bay Area and beyond are outraged that San Diego is on the same list as Muslim terrorists from around the globe. San Diego is only the second U.S. citizen to appear on the list. While thousands of people died in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and the bombings of U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, activists note no one was injured in the blasts authorities say were set by San Diego.

"This is an activist who has compassion for animals who made a statement with nothing more than a large firecracker," said Jerry Vlasak of the North American Animal Liberation Press Office. "To equate him with the likes of terrorists who destroy buildings full of people is ridiculous at best."

However, those supporting the FBI's action argue that scientists live in constant fear that they or their families will be attacked, and that acute fear is a form of terrorism itself.

"Terrorism is defined by the use of violence to force change — certainly that was the intent in the Chiron and Shaklee bombings," said Jacquie Calnan, president of Americans for Medical Progress. "The inclusion of San Diego on the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorist list underscores the terroristic nature of the violence and threats that a small number of animal rights activists use against scientists who use laboratory animals in their quest for new treatments and cures."

Federal agents say they have evidence that ties San Diego to the two bombs that exploded outside Chiron in Emeryville on Aug. 28, 2003, as well as one bomb that blew up outside of Shaklee in Pleasanton on Sept. 26, 2003. The FBI says that the construction, placement and timing of the incendiary devices makes it clear that San Diego intended to cause serious injury or death.

In recent years, extremists have increasingly targeted university researchers. In August 2008, a University of California-Santa Cruz molecular biologist, his wife and two young children fled their home from a second-story window after a firebomb detonated at their house. On Wednesday, a Pro-Test rally is planned at University of California-Los Angeles to show solidarity with scientists subjected to increasing harassment by anti—animal-research extremists.

San Diego's parents, retired Belvedere City Manager Edmund San Diego and his wife Heike, declined to comment Tuesday. "They love their son," said Jim Collins, a defense attorney hired by the family.

San Diego worked at the Mill Valley office of In Defense of Animals, an animal-rights organization, and was a networks operations specialist at Critical Path, a wireless software company in San Francisco. After being laid off, San Diego tried to launch a line of vegan baked goods but it never got off the ground.

At the time of the bombings, San Diego was living in Sonoma County, and federal agents soon had him under 24-hour surveillance. But he eluded them. The FBI now assumes that he has slipped into an underground network of fellow activists, and thought at one point that he was in Costa Rica.

San Diego is described as having brown hair and brown eyes, 6 feet tall, and about 160 pounds. He has several distinctive tattoos depicting burning buildings and a valley on fire.

ON THE WEB The FBI's complete Most Wanted Terrorist list is at

Contact Dana Hull at or 408-920-2706.

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Sunday, April 19, 2009

B.Aikman - Handbags by Blaney

Check out these beautiful handbags by Blaney Aikman!

Website for B.AIKMAN

Friday, April 17, 2009

Birdhouses by Brian

Love my Birdhouse by Brian!

Brian Mulrooney Bio:
"I was a veteran Iron Worker until I had a serious injury in 2006. During my recuperation I developed an interest in the creative carpentry of woodworking. Over time my new hobby has become a passion for creating unusual and unique bird, bat, and owl houses. When you see them, you’ll quickly recognize my attention to detail in many aspects of my work. I am dedicated to using the highest quality products and honoring the value of nature’s beautiful resources. As such, my unique creations are made of only high quality, aged wood that has been repurposed into utilitarian, eye-catching crafted bird houses. Along with recycled redwood, cedar, and hardwood, these one-of-a-kind dwellings are trimmed with bark, branches, twigs, natural lichen and copper strips. The result is a stunning custom, hand-crafted structure that is carefully created, weatherproof, aesthetically pleasing, attractive and inviting to wildlife. I have even included a back door on the houses for small bird species so they are easy to clean. I hope you enjoy them!"

PHONE: (707) 338-1298

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

UPDATE: Lenny Coleman Hit by Vehicle while on Bicycle 7 pm 4/15/09 at 5th St W & Leveroni

4/16/09 UPDATE

Tonight while having dinner with friends, one said, 'We need to pray for Lenny. He's missing.' So before we ate, we prayed and within a few minutes, we realized the cyclist in the accident was Lenny Coleman, our friend and neighbor!

Please keep Lenny in your prayers as he is in ICU at Memorial Hospital.

Around 7:15, the loud noise of a helicopter flew overhead and landed at the corner of 5th Street West and Leveroni Drive here in Sonoma.

When I called the local Sheriff (707-565-2121), they said it was an accident between a car and a bicyclist.

On the CHP (California Highway Patrol) website, I found this:

2086 7:06PM Traffic Collision - Ambulance Responding 5TH ST W AT LEVERONI RD Napa

Incident: 2086 Type: Traffic Collision - Ambulance Responding Location: 5TH ST W AT LEVERONI RD ThomasBrothers: 467 1E info as of: 4/15/2009 8:28:09 PM
7:20PM H30 1097
7:15PM 1039 21-S6 COPIES

And here is a short video clip of the helicopter:


We pray to Lord for the injured to be healed.

4/20/09 UPDATE
FINALLY, the Sonoma Index Tribune is reporting on this story.

Lenny, by the way, is still in critical care at Memorial with several broken bones. Thank you in advance for praying for him.

Did I mention that no one called his home phone where his domestic partner lives and she didn't know where he was for over 24 hours? It wasn't until after a few of us connected the dots, call Memorial and told her. When she and I went in, the nurse showed us that they did have the correct phone number in his paperwork, so why didn't someone call?

Mon 4/20 6 PM
Bicyclist injured
Sonoma Index Tribune

A bicyclist was airlifted to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital after being injured Wednesday, April 15, in a collision with a vehicle.

The accident occurred at about 7:05 p.m. on Leveroni and Fifth Street West. According to Jaret Paulson, public information officer with the Napa California Highway Patrol office, the motorist, Joan Brady, 69, of Sonoma, was westbound on Leveroni, while the bicyclist, Cecil Coleman was making a left-hand turn onto Fifth Street West when the collision occurred.

Paulson said Coleman apparently failed to yield to oncoming traffic and traveled into the path of the motorist. Coleman was airlifted to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital by the CHP helicopter. Paulson didn't have any information on Coleman's status.

Paulson said the investigation is ongoing, and the CHP is investigating the sobriety of the injured bicyclist.

No citations have been issued.

Friday, April 10, 2009

Lord Jesus Christ is Risen from the Dead!

"Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which according to his abundant mercy hath begotten us again unto a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, To an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, and that fadeth not away, reserved in heaven for you, Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last time." 1 Peter 1:3-5

Mohammed’s body is still in the grave; Confucius body is still in the grave; Buddha’s body is still in the grave; but the Lord Jesus Christ's grave is EMPTY - three days after the crucifixion of Christ was it discovered his body was no longer in the grave because He had risen back to life!

5 And the angel answered and said unto the women, Fear not ye: for I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified.
6 He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.
7 And go quickly, and tell his disciples that he is risen from the dead; and, behold, he goeth before you into Galilee; there shall ye see him: lo, I have told you.
Matthew 28

By the way, I don't celebrate Easter which is a Pagan holiday. Please read Easter or Ishtar? by Al Perez

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Beware of Rude BiRite Truck Driver!

Today, while walking in the light rain during my lunch break on Schellville Road, a BiRite Foodservice Distributors truck passed me and the wind from his truck broke one of the prongs on my recently purchased umbrella.

Since the driver was making a delivering nearby, I thought if I saw the driver, I would tell him.

So as I walked by, I said to the driver, "You know, the wind from your truck broke my umbrella". He looked at me and said nothing.

I thought, maybe he didn't hear me or he didn't speak English, so I said, "Did you hear me? I said the wind from your truck broke my umbrella."

He walked up to me and said, "I find that hard to believe."

So I showed him where the metal piece had snapped. He looked, said nothing and walked away!

Shocked by his total lack of concern and complete rudeness, I asked, "No apology?"

He kept walking and continued to ignore me, saying nothing!

Yes, my umbrella may be a little thing but if this fellow had shown me some respect, I would have dropped the whole thing. Since photography is my hobby, I usually have my camera with me and I began to snap a few photos (see below). BiRite Foodservice Distributors will be receiving a link to this blog post today.

There... I feel better now. Everyone should have a blog.



Location of delivery on Schellville Road, Sonoma, CA 95476

My broken umbrella which I bought recently

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

73 Planes Before Breakfast!

If this doesn't rattle you in your shoes, you are not all there!


Monday, April 6, 2009

Greg Tatton Arrested

June 25, 2009 UPDATE

Original Post

Former Sonoma Valley soccer coach arrested on sex charges

Published: Sunday, April 5, 2009 at 3:00 a.m.
Last Modified: Sunday, April 5, 2009 at 11:48 p.m.

A former Sonoma Valley Youth Soccer Association coach was in jail Sunday night on charges of having a sexual relationship with a teenage girl on his team.

Gregory Vance Tatton, 43, was arrested late Friday in West Hollywood after a lengthy investigation by Sonoma County Sheriff’s deputies.

The investigation began in November 2007, Sgt. Dave Thompson said. At that time, Tatton was suspected of having ongoing sexual relationships with players on his girls’ under-17 traveling soccer team based out of the Sonoma Valley area, Thompson said.

Thompson and another coach described Tatton as a manipulative character who controlled his players and their parents during his more than five years as a coach.

“He would groom people so he could take advantage of them,” Thompson said.

The allegations of sexual misconduct emerged after parents filed a complaint with the California Youth Soccer Association’s northern section in early November 2007, according to a soccer league spokeswoman.

Later that month, the association revoked Tatton’s coaching license and banned him for life. It issued a letter accusing Tatton of “inappropriate interactions with female players under the age of 18 years on multiple occasions.”

Only weeks before the accusations surfaced, Tatton had been charged with a felony for falsifying the registration stickers on his vehicle. That felony charge led the Sonoma Valley Youth Soccer Association, which is a member of the larger California association, to automatically suspend the coach, said Vikki Griggs-Demmin, vice president of the Sonoma Valley association.

As news of his falsified registration stickers spread, other allegations of improper conduct began percolating up, Griggs-Demmin said.

“After that, people were more inclined to believe this was a dishonest person.”

Still, many parents and players were in disbelief, she said.

“He was a coach who inspired a lot of loyalty among his players and the parents,” she said.

Tatton had two daughters who played in the league, Griggs-Demmin said.

Tatton, who joined the Sonoma Valley soccer association in 2002, worked his way up from assistant coach to head coach of the elite traveling teams. He applied for the job held by Pamela Wiley, who is head coach of the girls soccer team at Sonoma Valley High School.

Wiley was forced to fight for her job after parents began urging the high school to appoint Tatton as head coach, Wiley said. She had been a board member at the Sonoma Valley soccer association for 15 years but decided to resign from the board after Tatton, who was also a board member, tried to take her job at the high school, she said.

He had a control over his team that was “unhealthy,” Wiley said. “I couldn’t allow him to take my team,” she said.

The school administration retained Wiley and later that year the allegations about Tatton surfaced.

Sheriff’s deputies opened their 17-month investigation in November 2007, Thompson said.

Detectives recently tracked Tatton to the Los Angeles area, where he was working as a real estate agent, Thompson said. Two deputies were sent to a residence in West Hollywood and arrested Tatton late Friday.

He was booked on five counts of lewd and lascivious crimes against a child ages 14 or 15 when the perpetrator is more than 10 years older, and on five counts of oral copulation with a child under the age of 18, Thompson said. The counts involve a single girl, but investigators believe there are other victims, Thompson said.

“We believe that there are others out there,” he said.

Tatton was held late Sunday in the Los Angeles County Jail in lieu of $150,000 bail.

Tatton was a familiar face in the county’s soccer community. The Sonoma Valley Youth Soccer Association named Tatton “Board Member of the Month” in August 2006 for creating its development program. He coached the boys’ junior varsity soccer team at Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley in 2007.

Detectives are still unraveling Tatton’s alleged sexual involvement with under-aged girls. The Sheriff’s Department asked anyone with information about the case to contact Detective Jake Vivian at the Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Unit at 565-7600.

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April 9, 2009 UPDATE

Tatton set to be arraigned Monday

Greg Tatton, the former Sonoma Valley soccer coach arrested April 3 in West Hollywood on charges of molesting a teenage girl on his 2007 select team, is scheduled to be arraigned in Sonoma County Superior Court Monday morning.

Arraignment proceedings involve the formal reading of charges against a defendant and the defendant's responding plea. Tatton, 43, is charged with five counts of oral copulation with a minor under the age of 18, and five counts of performing lewd acts (which include intercourse) with a minor 14 or 15 years old by someone more than 10 years older than the victim. The victim, a Sonoma Valley resident, was a star member of Tatton's elite, under-17 traveling soccer team. She was reportedly 15 and 16 years old when the sexual contact occurred over an eight-month period, mostly during 2007. At least one of the inappropriate sexual contacts occurred during a team soccer trip, according to Sgt. Dave Thompson, head of the Sheriff's Department's Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault unit.

Thompson said Tatton was returned from Southern California by bus Monday night and spent about four hours in the Sonoma County jail before posting bail of $150,000. Thompson said he did not know who posted Tatton's bail, which would have required a $15,000 cash payment. "We were kind of hoping he'd stay in custody," Thompson observed. "We hope he shows up on Monday." Thompson said he doesn't know where Tatton is staying locally. He had been working as a real estate agent in the Los Angeles area when arrested and gave court officials a Los Angeles-area address that Thompson said he believed belonged to Tatton's sister.

A charismatic, successful and highly competitive soccer coach, Tatton held a powerful position with the Sonoma Valley Youth Soccer Association (SVYSA) as a board member and coordinator of the Select Team Program, which oversees the traveling teams. He had a major influence on the girls he coached, many of whom held him in awe and, according to one former player, "had crushes on him." Playing for Tatton was considered by many Valley girls as the ultimate attainment in league soccer.

But on Nov. 6, 2007, Tatton was arrested on Second Street East by an alert deputy who noticed something strange about the date sticker on his license plate. Tatton, it turned out, had used a digital camera to photograph a current registration sticker, then covered the image in plastic and glued it to his license plate. The Toyota Land Cruiser he was driving had not been registered since 2002. The act was classified as fraud and therefore a felony, and Tatton was booked into the Sonoma County jail. The charges were reduced to misdemeanors in court and were later dismissed after Tatton completed a diversion program. But the arrest came to the attention of the SVYSA and on Nov. 12, 2007, the parent board - California Youth Soccer Association (CYSA) - issued an immediate suspension from all soccer-related activities and demanded surrender of his coaching pass.

On Nov. 16, 2007, the unidentified parents of a player on Tatton's under-17 team sent a letter to the District-V CYSA commissioner complaining that Tatton had repeatedly violated CYSA "risk management policies." Tatton's alleged violations including failure to have a valid drivers license, vehicle insurance and registration, and violation of rooming arrangement rules at out-of-town tournaments.

On Dec 7, 2007, the victim's parents, who had once been close friends of Tatton, sought - and were granted - an emergency restraining order barring him from any contact with their daughter. Tatton had allegedly given the girl a cell phone to remain in contact and had more than one secret rendezvous with her outside her home.

On Dec. 16, 2007, a hearing was held by the CYSA Protest, Appeals and Disciplinary Committee and Tatton was invited to testify in his own defense. He declined to appear and did not submit any rebuttal to the charges.

The committee suspended Tatton from all CYSA activities for life due to his "inappropriate interactions with players younger than 18 years of age on multiple occasions." On Dec. 31, 2007, Tatton's team was officially disbanded by newly-elected coordinators of the SVYSA Select Team Program, the group Tatton had formerly controlled.

In late January 2008, the SVYSA board voted to orchestrate a meeting with the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department to cooperate in the investigation of Tatton's behavior.

In the aftermath of the Tatton accusations, SVYSA vice president Vikki Griggs-Demmin released a statement assuring parents and the public that, in addition to the risk management program managed by CYSA, SVYSA has its own protocols and uses a security firm to conduct fingerprint searches on all coaching and program personnel. Griggs-Demmin added that SVYSA also conducts its own review of driver's licenses of all personnel.

In a prepared statement, Griggs-Demmin wrote, "Nothing is more important to us than the safety of the 1,200 Sonoma Valley children who sign up to play soccer with us each year."

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April 10, 2009 UPDATE

Soccer league tightened screening process after coach dismissal
Val Robichaud Special to the Sun

Three months after firing coach Gregory Vance Tatton in 2007 for “inappropriate interactions” with players on his under-17 girls team, the Sonoma Valley Youth Soccer Association added a mandatory fingerprint check to its risk management program Tatton, 43, had been under investigation by the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department’s Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Unit since leaving the county in early 2008 and was arrested last week in West Hollywood and charged with having molested a 15-year-old player on his team. He was transferred to Sonoma County Jail on Monday, and released Tuesday after posting $150,00 bail. He will face 10 felony counts when arraigned on April 13.

“Nothing is more important than the safety of the 1,200 Sonoma Valley children who sign up to play soccer with us each year,” said Vikki Griggs-Demmin, vice president of the Sonoma Valley Youth Soccer Association, who added that rumors about Tatton had begun to circulate in mid-2007. The concerns were nothing specific but rather in regards to “his unusual hold over his team,” she said. League officials were unsettled to the point that they began actively looking for something factual, a violation of league rules for example, to force Tatton from his position.
That came in November 2007 when Tatton was arrested for tampering with a vehicle registration tag, with alleged intent to defraud. Parents’ concerns then broadened to include “rooming arrangements at out-of-town tournaments,” according to a California Youth Soccer Association chronology.

In December 2007 an emergency order of protection was served on Tatton. He was then banned for life from participation in all CYSA activities, “due to his inappropriate interactions with players younger than 18 years of age on multiple occasions.” The team, which included Tatton’s daughter, was disbanded.

The episode lead the league to revaluate its screening procedures. “There was a flaw in the previous system,” admits Griggs-Demmin. “We needed to institute something more foolproof.”

As part of its own security screening process, the California Youth Soccer Association runs background checks only on random or select applicants, a protocol that had applied to the Sonoma Valley league.

In March 2008, the SVYSA itself hired a firm to fingerprint all coaches, assistant coaches, managers, and directors. “We have a Risk Management Coordinator who is informed when someone’s fingerprints bring up any conviction for a 
serious crime or any arrest for a felony,” according to Griggs-Demmin.

She also said there has been a rededication to “common sense” rules such as players never being alone with an adult, no private meetings or meals and no text messaging. “We rely on parents a great deal,” said Griggs-Demmin, to make sure every interaction is appropriate.”

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Creeper Alert California

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April 14, 2009 UPDATE

Greg Taton

Mon 4/13 6 PM
Tatton pleads not guilty Monday

Greg Tatton, the former Sonoma Valley elite soccer coach charged with having sexual contact with a girl on his under-17 select traveling team, appeared in Sonoma County Superior Court Monday morning and pleaded "not guilty" to all 10 counts against him.

A settlement conference was set for 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 13. Tatton has been under investigation by the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault unit of the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department since late 2007. In November 2007, he was suspended for life as a coach by the California Youth Soccer Association after allegations surfaced that he had violated various association rules, including requirements that he carry auto insurance, hold a valid driver's license and not share motel rooms with team members.

According to allegations by both sheriff's deputies and the association's complaint, Tatton's car was not legally registered or insured and he did not have a valid driver's license until shortly before he was stopped on Nov. 6, 2007, for affixing a fraudulent registration sticker to his license plate. Police said they were delayed in their investigation of the case by the reluctance of the victim and her parents to come forward. According to friends of both parties, Tatton and the girl's parents had been close friends at one point, and the parents considered Tatton a mentor for their daughter.

According to other parents who had daughters playing for Tatton, he held out the promise of securing college athletic scholarships for the top players on his team. That expectation helped inspire some parents to lobby for Tatton's appointment to the position of Sonoma Valley High School varsity girls' soccer coach, a job already held by Pamela Wiley. Wiley had to mount a defense of her job, a fight she eventually won.

Criminal charges filed against Tatton include five counts of oral copulation with a minor under the age of 18, and five counts of performing lewd acts (which include intercourse) with a minor 14-or 15-years-old by someone more than 10 years older than the victim. The victim in the case was 15- and 16-years-old during the time the alleged acts were committed.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Mendocino Citizens Forgot to Ask About Depleted Uranium

Mendocino questions Navy plan to increase training off Pacific Coast

Published: Tuesday, March 31, 2009 at 3:00 a.m.
Last Modified: Tuesday, March 31, 2009 at 9:14 p.m.

U.S. Navy representatives got an earful of concerns Tuesday night in Ukiah when they presented details of a plan to increase military training and tests along the Pacific Coast from Washington to Northern California.

“For hundreds and hundreds of years you’ve been practicing (war),” said Mendocino Coast performance artist and anti-war activist Sherry Glaser-Love. “I think you’ve got it down.”

“Practice for peace,” she told the trio of Navy representatives led by John Mosher, an environmental project manager for the U.S. Navy.

Nearly 100 people attended the informational meeting, held at the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors chambers. The meeting was held to gather public comments on a pair of studies examining the environmental impacts of the Navy’s plan to increase training along the northern Pacific Coast.

Their concerns ranged from sonar’s effects on marine life to pollution and noisy jets.

The Northwest Training Range Complex is one of 13 Navy training and testing areas. It is comprised of individual areas that include 122,400 square nautical miles of ocean, 34,000 square miles of airspace and 875 acres of land.

The Navy wants to increase the number of training exercises in the area to ready troops for combat. The activities include airplane and submarine operations and testing of sonar, minefields and bombs.

About 90 percent of all the training exercises and testing takes place in Washington, much of it around Puget Sound where there is a Navy base, Navy officials said.

The Navy’s impact report admits the activities have adverse impacts on marine life, but doesn’t expect them to kill any marine mammals.

It does project that whales, porpoises, seals, sea turtles, fish, seabirds and marine invertebrates could be adversely impacted by sonar activities. Sonar testing has been linked to mass die-offs of whales.

The Navy training range has been in existence since at least World War II, Mosher said.

The training area’s southern end is Mendocino County’s northern border with Humboldt County. It does not extend into Mendocino County, Mosher said, attempting to clear up one of many apparent misinterpretations of the draft impact report.

Some people at the hearing were worried the Navy planned to extend its activities to the Bay Area because of a map designation officials admitted was a confusing attempt to provide area residents with a landmark.

“Are we next?” asked coast resident and publisher Beth Bosk.

There also was some confusion about who was responsible for low-flying jets that reportedly frightened residents and scattered livestock near Petrolia in southern Humboldt County. Brian Wauer, a project operations specialist with the Navy, said the Navy doesn’t fly jets in that area.

“They’re not part of this complex,” he said.

Issues of pollution from military activities, past and future, also were raised.

“Life began in the ocean. Life is now dying in the ocean,” said Antonia Lamb. “The Navy needs to clean up its mess.”

Mosher said the Navy knows it has made mistakes in the past. He said it’s working to clean up past pollution and to create cleaner technologies for the future.

“We value the environment we live in,” said Mosher, to snickers from the audience.

The U.S. Navy is accepting written and electronic comments on the environmental study until April 13.

Researcher Michele Van Hoeck contributed to this report. You can reach Staff Writer Glenda Anderson at 462-6473 or

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The US GOVERNMENT/INDUSTRIAL MILITARY COMPLEX is AT it AGAIN! TheY ARE TO USE Oregon, WashingTON, California AND parts OF IDAHO for their CHEMICAL WARFARE training! GUESS who the GINEA PIGS ARE? US all us that live in any of these states! AND all the animals, fish EVERY LIVING CREATURE is going to be POISONED by these evil people

Here is the release:
Northwest Training Range Complex

The Northwest Training Range Complex consists of numerous individual training areas that stretch from Washington to Northern California. Extending 250 nautical miles (about 288 miles) west from the coastline into the Pacific Ocean, the Northwest Training Range Complex encompasses more than 126,000 square nautical miles of ocean area. The range complex also includes more than 34,000 square nautical miles of airspace. The land, air, and sea components of the Northwest Training Range Complex provide the space and resources needed to realistically train Navy Sailors and aviators to achieve and maintain Fleet readiness.


To keep up with advances in technology and new national security challenges, the U.S. Navy occasionally must reassess and alter its operations, including its methods of testing weapons and training Sailor and aviators within the Northwest Training range Complex. These change in the level and type of training and testing activities are called the Proposed Action.

In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 and Executive Order 12114, Environmental Effects Abroad of Major Federal Actions, the Navy is preparing an Environmental impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement (EIS/OEIS) to evaluate the potential environmental effects of maintaining Fleet readiness to support current, emerging, and future training activities. Furthermore, the Proposed Action serves to implement range enhancement within the Northwest Training Range complex, thereby ensuring fleet requirements are met.

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