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Acknowledge It's "25093," and Save California Billions

last updated 11/07/11

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Congressman McNerney

Senator Boxer

 

Dear Governor Jerry Brown,

As the Governor of California, you could declare that the above number has the last five digits of "25093," and:

  1. save thousands of Government jobs
  2. create thousands of jobs in the private sector
  3. make jobs easier and more productive for phone company employees
  4. save thousands of T-Mobile jobs, which will be lost if AT&T purchases T-Mobile

So far, nobody in Government has been willing to "Officially" talk about the numbers in the photograph. Unofficially, most Government employees believe the number is "25093."

The photograph proves the company, now known as AT&T, had been been using a defective phone line to a phone number with the last five digits of "25093." It is my phone number, 925-462-5093, and it proves AT&T committed numerous acts of fraud, intimidation, and perjury to conceal it refused to repair my phone lines. To avoid fines that could have exceeded $100 million, AT&T told the California Public Utilities Commission the number has the last five digits of "85093."

On November 2, 2010, the State Police showed up at my front door because corrupt CPUC Officials were trying to intimidate me. When I asked the State Police what the numbers looked like in the above photograph, the Officer stated, "It is not within the scope of our investigation."  I'm sure the Police were just following orders.

I believe the State Police contacted the FBI, because on December 21, 2010, the FBI contacted me, asking about the corruption at the CPUC. I directed the FBI to this webpage: Mike and the FBI

 

SAVING THOUSANDS OF STATE JOBS:

The photograph of the internal phone company document shown above could be used to save the jobs of thousands of California State employees who will be laid off due to budget problems.

To avoid paying fines that could have exceeded $100 million in the year 2003, the company, now known as AT&T, told the State of California the five digits circled in the above photograph are "85093." "85093" A fictional phone number and a blatent act of perjury. Afterwards, AT&T continued to violate laws which are linked to the numbers "25093."

If you want to save the jobs of thousands of State employees, you can do it by acknowledging that the five digits of the above circled numbers are "25093," and following the Rule of Law. The Rule of Law requires the State of California to fine AT&T a minimum of about $5 million. The maximum fines could now exceed $200 million.

cREATING THOUSANDS OF PRIVATE SECTOR JOBS:

If you were to acknowledge the last five numbers are "25093" and follow the Rule of Law, the increased number of State employees would lead to increased employment in the private sector.

cREATING THOUSANDS OF PRIVATE SECTOR JOBS through regulations that reduce fraud by telecoms:

If you were to acknowledge the last five digits are "25093," you could help establish a Telecommunications Consumer's Bill of Rights. which could save California billions of dollars each year in lost productivity, caused by "preventable" phone service problems that are linked to the numbers "25093." This would lead to more jobs for State employees, and it would lead to more jobs for the private sector.

Creating THOUSANDS OF TELECOM JOBS:

If you were to acknowledge the last five digits are "25093," you could help the company, now known as AT&T, from losing more customers due to "preventable" service problems caused by greedy telecom executives who are cooking the books to conceal problems in the underground infrastructure.  In my neighborhood, AT&T has lost over half of its marketshare to problems that are linked to the numbers "25093."  An internal AT&T document I photographed in March 2009, proves that fact. March 16, 2009

If you were to acknowledge the last five digits are "25093," the company now known as AT&T would be forced to repair its defective infrastructure, and this would create even more jobs in the private sector (AT&T often outsources construction types of jobs)

SAVING THOUSANDS OF T-MOBILE JOBS:

If you were to acknowledge the last five digits are "25093," it might be useful in stopping AT&T from aquiring T-Mobil. This would prevent AT&T from laying off thousands of telecom jobs in the United States. T-Mobile employees do not want to be aquired by AT&T, for fear of losing their jobs. T-Mobile customers fear that an AT&T takeover will hurt service, and increase prices.

 

your cousin, former cpuc commissioner geoffrey brown.

Your cousin, Geoffrey Brown, was the CPUC Commissioner assigned to my Formal Complaint.  I have never spoken to him, and I don't know if he had any knowledge of the facts of the Formal Complaint.

According to the "Leslie Brody Report," Geoffrey Brown is now being investigated for criminal acts linked to a sham charity organization which obtained money from the Utilities he had regulated, and this includes AT&T.

According to the report, "From 2006 to 2009 Brown served as director with the State Bar of California Foundation (DBA "California Bar Foundation"). In 2008, California

Bar Foundation quietly transferred $769,247.00 to CaliforniaALL. "

Former CPUC Commissioner involved in sham charity

The fact that Geoffrey Brown is involved in Charities and Fundraisers with the same people he was suppose to regulate shows conflict of interest.

your former job as state attorney general:

While you were the California Attorney General, Congresswoman Tauscher had written to you and the FBI, on my behalf.

In the letter, she asked the FBI to make a determination of whether the number is "25093" or "85093." The FBI refused to comply with this request. Letter from Ellen Taucsher, 4-14-08

 

 

I received a response from your office. It stated:

" In reviewing your complaint, it appears that you have already contacted the appropriate regulatory authority, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). As you know, the CPUC is the state agency with jurisdiction over telecommunications carriers. If you wish to pursue this matter, we suggest that you continue to work with the CPUC."

 

Per your letter dated May 22, 2008, I was finally able to speak with a CPUC Official who can look into the issue of whether or not AT&T lied to the CPUC in a Formal Complaint. It took over three years to talk to the Executive Director, Paul Clanon. The only reason I was able to speak to Mr. Clanon is due to a chain of events that killed eight people in the City of San Bruno, which led to the FBI contacting me to about the corruption at the CPUC.

On August 22, 2011, I spoke to the CPUC Executive Director, Paul Clanon.  I asked Mr. Clanon to make a determination of whether the five digits were "25093" as I claimed, or "85093" as AT&T claimed.

I also asked Mr. Clanon to make a determination of whether AT&T lied to the CPUC regarding the meaning of the trouble code "98" (which would prove that both of my business phone lines had been defective for years). Trouble Code 98

As of November 4, 2011, I have not received a response from Mr. Clanon.  

It must be noted, that approximately 10 months earlier, I had contacted Mr. Clanon by email, requesting a meeting to discuss problems at the CPUC. About 10 days later (November 2, 2010), the State Police showed up at my front door.

The California Highway Patrol, the Corrupt Judge, and the Police Report

The Police report provides proof that the CPUC is not following the Rule of Law, and evidence that the CPUC Judge who Presided over my Formal Complaint was coerced into filing a false police report. See this link which provides evidence that Judge Grau had been coerced. Richard Smith, CPUC administrative Law Judge

On August 22, 2011, I had asked Mr. Clanon if he was involved in sending the State Police to my house. He said, "Oh, I'm not going to talk about -- of anything that we might have done over the past year or so. I'm offering to look through the documents that you sent me.."

I will repeat this important fact -- As of November 4, 2011, Mr. Clanon has not gotton back to me to answer if the numbers in the photograph have the last five digits of "25093" as I claim, or "85093." as AT&T claimed.

 

As the Governor, I hope you will acknowledge the phone number has the last five digits of "25093," and help establish a Telecommunications Consumer's Bill of Rights that can save this State billions of dollars each year, while making jobs easier for phone company employees, government employees, and ordinary citizens.

Is there any reason why you can't do this?

Thank You

Mike Knell

 

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