mackwhite wrote:In a previous post a few weeks ago, I referred to the possibility that Ronni Chasen’s murder might relate to recent irregularities in the high-dollar art market, as well as gang-stalking by a syndicate of “ex-cops” (as described by Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife).
Can we examine this notion for a moment? I don't think it's circumspect to build your edifice upon such a crumbly brick as this one, and it seems as if you have now taken it as a virtual fact.
The allegation regarding a "syndicate of ex-cops” is an extrapolation to extremes drawn from the police interview of Brooke Mueller following a domestic disturbance call at their home. This is the police report of the statement in question:
d. Mueller added that Estevez then pulled out a knife, holding it to her throat, saying,"You better be in fear. If you tell anybody, I'll kill you. You mothers money means nothing. I have ex-police I can hire who know how to get the job done and they won't leave any trace."
This statement - and this alone - was somehow transformed by Max Emanuel Donner, the author of the Examiner piece, into a "gang-stalking national criminal syndicate of ex-cops".
What was the incident which led to the article's title, "Verizon security surfaces important clue in Ronnie Chasen shooting"? Donner's virus software alerted him that perezhilton.com was an unsafe site during the course of a google search he performed for the terms "Ronni Chasen" and "Steven Schartzman", and this alert became the basis for surfacing the "clues" identified in the article. I have to say, I'd be disappointed if my virus software didn't do the same thing any time it happened to encounter Mr. Hilton's website.
Donner wrote:The most important information has gotten almost no press coverage in the United States. That is that the Pitkin County Colorado District Attorney’s office has confirmed Brooke Mueller’s serious disclosure that she had been threatened with violence at the hands of a criminal syndicate of former police officers.
In other words, they included her statement of Charlie's statement to her in the police report of the domestic dispute.
Donner wrote:Did Ronnie Chasen represent clients who have made payments to the criminal syndicate of former police officers?
We have exactly no evidence that such a syndicate exists, let alone whether payments to the "syndicate" were made. By the way - at what point did the idea of "payments" enter into this? Where did that come from? Donner invented it.
Donner wrote:Only the Pitkin County DA’s office can say for sure, but details in Brooke Mueller’s testimony seem to point in that direction.
Is there any sign that the Pitkin County DA has opened an investigation on the "syndicate" based on Mueller's statement? No.
Please remember exactly who Charlie Sheen is, and in what context this statement might be seen, that of a drunken domestic dispute. Please remember also, that roughly speaking, the Examiner is about the worst source for news on the internet, in that anyone can write for them, and write anything they want to. I personally don't trust them even as a source on Bigfoot. And with this particular article, Mr. Donner has come somewhat unglued.
The most dangerous traps are the ones you set for yourself. - Phillip Marlowe