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Update on recent Callahan Home Invasion Robbery

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report


January 31, 2015

“Home Invasion Robbery Update”

The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) investigation into the home invasion robbery of a Callahan couple on January 29, 2015 at about 8:32 am has revealed that the incident appears to have been committed by suspects who targeted the home and occupants and thus far, a link between the suspects and victims has been reasonably established.

According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “This information is being given to the public because we are reasonably certain that the right suspects are in-custody at this time and the investigation follow-up in the aftermath of the crime has not identified any additional co-conspirators associated with the incident, which greatly minimizes the potential threat to area residents. Whenever an armed robbery and other violent crimes of this nature occur anywhere in Siskiyou County it is a concern to law enforcement and certainly to the citizens we serve, but as previously reported, the actions of all involved peace officers and agencies resulted in the arrest of the key suspects in this case shortly after the crime was reported.”

This is a good time to remind our citizens that this home invasion robbery illustrates the point that crimes of this nature, while relatively uncommon in Siskiyou County, can occur anywhere at any time. It is prudent to remember that and be observant when traveling or when at home and report suspicious persons or activity to the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction. Be a good neighbor and watch your neighborhood. I also urge all residents to not only be watchful at all times but remember to lock doors, windows, and vehicles at all times when practical to minimize the chance that you will be victimized. If possible, keep valuables and firearms locked in a secure receptacle and limit the number of people who have knowledge of what valuables you store in your home. It is also a good idea to record descriptions and serial numbers of valuable articles in your home. Photographs and video images of property are also helpful to law enforcement. Home alarm systems and even a good pet dog that barks at strangers are also good alternatives to help protect you, your family, and property.”

The suspects in this case still face a number of felony charges, including burglary, armed robbery (home invasion), criminal conspiracy, auto theft, and other firearms-related charges. The suspects, identified as a Mr. Junior Telesforo Quintanilla, 45 years-old, and Mr. Victor Lueras, 44 years-old, both of Vallejo, California were booked at the Siskiyou County Jail and are still being held on a bail in the amount of $500,000.00. This case is still under investigation and anyone with information about this home invasion robbery or the suspects involved are urged to contact the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office 24-hour dispatch number, at (530) 841-2900.

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 2-3-15

TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015

6:30 PM at the Decision Life Church

Corner of Main and Oberlin

1301 South Main St. Yreka

Movie: This RAW UNCUT version of ‘Gray State: The Rise’ is a piercing look into the immediate future in which the withered remains of freedom are traded for an impression of security.
The film concept was more than 5 years in the making and after going public on Facebook in 2011, a popular trailer was released in August 2012 and now has nearly 1 million views.
Featured in the trailer are scenes of US military patrolling American streets, cameras in private homes, the introduction of mandatory RFID chips used for identification, tracking and more as well as economic collapse.
David Crowley, the writer and independent film director of Gray State, was found dead of gunshot wounds along with his wife and 5-year old daughter by a neighbor on January 17th. Screenwriter David Crowley, age 29, along with Komel, his 28-year old wife, had not been heard from since Christmas.

Crowley was an independent film producer and writer. Gray State, his movie trailer on youtube, had over one millions views as of today. The movie trailer cost $6,000. David Crowley died before he could raise the funds to produce the full feature film.

David Crowley, an Army veteran, said on a Alex Jones interview in 2012 that the film will not portray the military as an evil force but will take place after a societal collapse. Think FEMA camps, martial law, guillotines, revolution, mind control and you’re in the right ballpark.

There’s no information on whether a treatment and screen play was completed. Many of his followers believe that he and his family were murdered in cold blood.

Numerous law enforcement agencies are investigating the causes of death, but police have yet to release a statement. They are reportedly treating the death as “suspicious,” notes the Daily Mail.
A Facebook page, “Justice for David Crowley of Gray State” inequitably states that David Crowley and his family were murdered and suggests ways for followers to help with the cause:

Everyone Welcome
Contact Louise for more information at 530-842-5443

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News from Congressman Tom McClintock

CA. Congressman Tom McClintock

McClintock E-News
January 2015

District Office Open House

February 9, 2015 5pm-7pm

2200A Douglas Blvd, Suite 240, Roseville

Our district office has moved to a new location and we are having an open house! Congressman McClintock and staff look forward to greeting constituents and hope to see you there!
Congressman McClintock Appointed Chairman of House Subcommittee on Federal Lands
Congressman McClintock has been appointed Chairman of the Federal Lands Subcommittee of the Natural Resources Committee for the 114th Congress. The congressman has served as a member of the Natural Resources Committee since 2009, most recently chairing the Subcommittee on Water and Power.
“The sound and rational management of our public lands to promote healthy forests and healthy local economies will be a top priority of the subcommittee, along with restoring access and enjoyment of these national treasures to their rightful owners – the American people,” said Congressman McClintock. “I am honored to be named subcommittee chairman and look forward to continuing the excellent work on these issues begun by incoming full committee chairman Rob Bishop.”

The Fourth Congressional District contains hundreds of thousands of acres of land managed by the federal government, and includes the Tahoe Basin, Tahoe, Eldorado, Stanislaus and Sierra National Forests; and Yosemite and Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.

A Squandered Opportunity

A look at previous State of the Union addresses and how the State of the Union speech can often serve as a catalyst for policy change was discussed by Congressman McClintock in House floor remarks on January 21st:

A Squandered Opportunity

I rise to express my deep disappointment in the address by the President last night in this chamber.
Twenty years ago, President Clinton was in a similar position. He realized his policies weren’t working; they had just been overwhelmingly rejected by the voters and he faced the first Republican Congress in 40 years.
So in his State of the Union message 20 years ago, President Clinton changed course, proclaiming, “The era of big government is over.” He made good on that proclamation. He reached across the aisle to the Republican Congress, and together, they achieved some amazing things for the American people.
Together, they reduced federal spending by a remarkable four percent of GDP. They reformed entitlement spending, in Bill Clinton’s words, “ending welfare as we know it.” They approved what amounted to the biggest capital gains tax cut in American history. They produced the only four balanced budgets that we’ve seen in fifty years.
And the economy blossomed. We enjoyed one of the longest periods of economic expansion in our nation’s history.
It wasn’t a bi-partisan love-fest; they clashed bitterly on matters great and small. Yet their accomplishments produced prosperity for our nation and assured President Clinton’s popularity that endures to this day.
President Obama thus has a working, proven model to salvage the last two years of his failed presidency. And instead, he is squandering it.
The President says he wants to sock it to the wealthy by placing new and heavy taxes on investment. But the simple truth of the matter is that when you tax something – you get less of it. When you tax investment, you get less investment, at precisely that time when our economy desperately needs greater investment for more and better paying jobs.

District Events

The Congressman spoke to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee Northwest membership event in Sacramento on January 25th. The Congressman discussed the importance of maintaining strong ties between the United States and Israel.
Upcoming February Town Hall Meetings
Congressman McClintock will be hosting town hall meetings in February in El Dorado Hills (February 18th) and Jamestown (February 19th). For further information about upcoming town hall meetings please call the district office at 916-786-5560.
El Dorado Hills
February 18
6:00 PM
Town Hall Meeting
Oakridge High School
1120 Harvard Way Jamestown
February 19
6:00 PM
Town Hall Meeting
Sheriff’s Posse Clubhouse
19130 Rawhide Road

Satellite Office Hours
Office staff members are available to assist constituents with problems or concerns at satellite office locations held throughout the district. Anyone wishing to discuss an issue of federal concern is invited to attend one of these satellite office sessions and speak with a member of staff. For further information, please call the district office at 916-786-5560.
Upcoming staff satellite office hours for February 2015:

Amador County
Tuesday, February 24th
9:30 am-11:00 am
Conference Room D
County Administration Center
810 Court Street

Calaveras County
San Andreas
Tuesday, February 10th
10:00 am-11:30 am
Calaveras County Water Agency Conference Room
120 Toma Court

El Dorado County
Tuesday, February 10th
9:45 am-11:30 am
El Dorado County Government Center
330 Fair Lane

El Dorado Hills
Tuesday, February 10th
12:00 pm-2:00 pm
El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce
2085 Vine Street, #105
Thursday, February 12th
10:00 am-11:30 am
Pollock Pines/Camino Chamber of Commerce
4123 Carson Road, Suite B

South Lake Tahoe
Thursday, February 19th
10:00 am-12:00 pm
South Lake Tahoe Public Utility District
1275 Meadow Crest Drive
Fresno County
Monday, February 9th
11:00 am-1:00 pm
The Auberry Library
33049 Auberry Rd

Madera County
Tuesday, February 10th
9:00 am-11:00 am
Yosemite Visitor Bureau Conference Room
40637 Highway 41

Mariposa County
Tuesday, February 3rd
10:30 am-12:00 pm
Library Conference Room
4978 10th Street

Placer County
Wednesday, February 4th
9:00 am-11:00 am
Auburn City Hall
The Rose Room
1225 Lincoln Way

Wednesday, February 4th
12:00 pm-2:00 pm
Veteran’s Memorial Hall
24600 Harrison Street

Tuesday, February 10th
3:00 pm-5:00 pm
Lincoln City Hall
600 6th Street
Tuesday, February 24th
3:00 pm-5:00 pm
Rocklin City Hall
3980 Rocklin Rd

Tahoe City
Tuesday, February 3rd
9:00 am-11:00 am
North Lake Tahoe Arts Center
380 North Lake Tahoe Blvd

Tuolumne County
Tuesday, February 10th
1:00 pm-2:30 pm
Small Business Center Conference Room
99 N Washington St

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Suction gold dredge miners WIN on federal preemption

GOLD, Lawsuits, Mining, State gov

PNP comment: This info was shared at the Scott Valley Protect Our Water meeting on 1-29-15 at the Fort Jones City Hall. — Editor Liz Bowen

By Scott Harn, Editor/Publisher
ICMJ’s Prospecting and Mining Journal –

After a nine-year battle, Judge Ochoa ruled that state law cannot preempt federal law by banning the use of suction gold dredges!

There is a lot to cover in Judge Gilbert Ochoa’s 22-page ruling issued on January 12, 2015 in San Bernardino, California. I will be writing up an extensive review of the ruling, which will appear in our February 2015 issue. However, I want to provide our loyal readers with a rough summary of Judge Ochoa’s ruling:
1. A suction gold dredge is the only practical method of gold recovery on many federal mining claims
2. The State of California continues to require permits but refuses to issue such permits
3. The Department of Fish & Game has been prohibited from issuing permits until certain, legislatively required conditions can be met, and those requirements are not attainable
4. When state law conflicts with federal law — in this case by prohibiting suction gold dredging — federal law prevails
Judge Ochoa stated:
“On its motions for summary adjudication, the Court finds there is no triable issue of material fact on the issue of Federal Preemption and that as a matter of law and in actual fact, that the State’s extraordinary scheme of requiring permits and then refusing to issue them whether and/or being unable to issue permits for years, stands ‘as an obstacle to the accomplishment of the full purposes and objectives of Congress’ under Granite Rock and a de facto ban.”

Judge Ochoa went so far as to call the California permit scheme “unenforceable.”

Negotiations between the miners, their attorneys, environmental groups and the State of California are scheduled to reconvene on January 23 to work out reasonable regulations. It remains to be seen if that can actually be accomplished.

I am sure there will be some dredgers who will not wait for those negotiations to be completed before they head back into the water because suction gold dredging provides the means for them to support their families.

We all know many of the outlandish claims made by the environmental groups and the State of California were bogus. Dredging has never been shown to harm fish when done properly and outside of spawning seasons.

If you are heading out to dredge, I would strongly suggest you do not provide the opposition with any more ammunition. Dredge responsibly. Continue to follow the 1994 regulations regarding seasonal restrictions to avoid damage to spawning beds and do not dredge into river banks or stream banks. Do us all a favor and continue to properly collect and discard any trash, lead weights, mercury, etc. you recover while dredging. And snap a few photos to document this environmental stewardship — there may be a time when your photos will come in handy.

You also might want to drop by or call the Department of Fish & Game and tell them you would like to obtain your suction dredging permit. After they deny you that right, jot down the date, time and their name to cover your bases.

As always, be sure to avoid valid existing mining claims.

Let’s continue to show that suction gold dredgers are responsible miners.
The Battle is Far From Over
Even as I write this, the environmental groups and the State Water Resources Control Board continue to try and block suction dredge mining.

The Water Board and John Leshy, former head of the US Department of Interior under the Clinton Administration, have sent requests to the California Supreme Court requesting the Court overturn the federal preemption decision in People v. Rinehart. This was a significant case relied upon by Judge Ochoa.

Leshy’s letter is actually a little amusing because he tries to compare suction gold dredge mining to hydraulic mining of the 1800’s. He is obviously unfamiliar with suction gold dredging equipment and modern mining methods.

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Rep. LaMalfa Votes to Expand LNG Exports, Reduce Bureaucratic Red Tape

Doug LaMalfa Congressman CA

Comment from Erin Ryan, a field representative for Congressman LaMalfa: Side note on immigration: You’re going to see a lot of stuff about various funding bills for DHS that don’t go far enough to handle the border and immigration issue, etc. They are working out the details but when I spoke with Doug he said that they were considering passing separate appropriations bills through committees rather than try to do them all together. The McCaul bill is being hammered in the media for not going far enough (GOP is selling out blah blah blah) but at that time they had other appropriations in the works to fill those gaps. Remember, without some strategic planning they will hit the veto wall every time. Just something to be aware of as the hysterical emails and Facebook posts come flooding out. I’ll keep you posted as I learn more 😉


Rep. LaMalfa Votes to Expand LNG Exports, Reduce Bureaucratic Red Tape

Washington, DC – Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) today voted in favor of a measure to expedite the approval process for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports by placing a 30 day deadline for the Department of Energy to issue a final decision on construction applications after an environmental review is complete.

“Expanding LNG exports will help us boost the economy while increasing energy security here and abroad,” said LaMalfa. “This bill, which would create an estimated 45,000 Americans jobs by 2018, will bring sorely needed common sense to DoE’s approval process by eliminating unnecessary and burdensome red tape within the approval process. We cannot sit back and watch as the federal government stands in the way of getting our economy back on track and Americans back to work.”

“In addition to domestic economic benefits, this legislation increases Europe’s access to natural gas and diminishes the region’s reliance on certain nations which have inappropriately used their mineral resources as political leverage,” LaMalfa added.

H.R. 351, the LNG Permitting Certainty and Transparency Act, passed out of the House on a vote of 277-133.

Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.


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220-person federal agency made oil paintings of 17 top staffers

CORRUPTION, Federal gov & land grabs

PNP comment: More fraudulent use of tax payers’ monies at the federal bureaucracy level !!! In a department we have never heard of. Amazing. — Editor Liz Bowen

A federal agency that provides mediation services between companies and unions spent $3,867 on an ice maker for its office, $300 for a coffee pot and pays monthly bills for satellite TV for its office.

Paintings of 17 past managers of the 220-employee Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service hang in the office, and the agency spent $2,402 in 2013 because of an “additional request for portrait retouching for Scot Beckenbaugh,” an FMCS deputy who merely served as acting director for one year.

“They were actual artwork portraits,” said former FMCS employee Tanya Pelcher-Herring. “These people got their portraits done like they were reigning kings or something. One portrait of a former director included his dog. In my 20 plus years of federal service, I’ve never seen anything like it before.”

The agency also paid $1,325 for five pairs of headphones, $625 for a “diversity video,” and $1,700 each for multiple employees to attend a “Social Media in Government Conference.”

Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com


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Siskiyou Co: Home Invasion Robbery Suspects Arrested

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report

January 29, 2015

“Home Invasion Robbery Suspects Arrested”

On January 29, 2015 at about 8:32 am, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) received a 9-1-1 emergency call from the residents of a Callahan home, reporting that they were victims of a home invasion robbery by masked men armed with firearms. The suspects allegedly entered the home, confronted the victims, subdued and bound them and stole various valuables from the home, which included firearms and other property. The suspects then fled the scene. A vehicle description was obtained and a county-wide broadcast was disseminated for the get-a-way vehicle and suspects.

A California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer observed a vehicle matching the description of the wanted vehicle and CHP units initiated a felony traffic stop south-bound on Interstate 5 in vicinity of North Mt. Shasta and Abrams Lake Road. Although the suspect driver of the vehicle initially failed to yield, the suspect ultimately stopped and two suspects were taken into custody. A preliminary investigation revealed that at least some of the stolen items taken during the home invasion robbery were in the suspect vehicle. The suspects were arrested for numerous felony charges, including burglary, armed robbery (home invasion), criminal conspiracy, auto theft, and other firearms-related charges. The suspects, identified as a Mr. Junior Telesforo Quintanilla, 45 years-old, and Mr. Victor Lueras, 44 years-old, both of Vallejo, California were booked at the Siskiyou County Jail and are being held on a bail in the amount of $500,000.00.

According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “We are fortunate that these suspects were captured and taken into custody without incident, especially considering they were armed when apprehended. We are also very grateful that the victims are alive and appear to be doing well at this time. Several state and local agencies worked together to help identify and apprehend the suspects in support of the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office, including Etna Police Department and the California Highway Patrol. The apprehension of these dangerous suspects was truly a successful “team effort.” We still have a lot of work to do to investigate this case and anyone with information about this home invasion robbery or the suspects involved in this case are urged to contact the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office 24-hour dispatch number, at (530) 841-2900.”


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News from American Lands Council

American Lands Council, Federal gov & land grabs

From American Lands Council, Ken Ivory:

Recently, I received a letter from William E. Smith, P.E., a consulting civil engineer from the state of Montana, who had been studying the recently released report, “An Analysis of A Transfer of Federal Lands to the State of Utah.” I asked him if he would allow me to share his insights with all of you and he generously agreed.

People from all professions and walks of life are seeing the importance of turning over our public lands to the states whose borders wherein they lie. It is crucial to their preservation…and ours.
I downloaded and began reading the report entitled “An Analysis of A Transfer of Federal Lands to the State of Utah”, dated November 2014. As a consulting Professional Civil Engineer with years of experience working with private landowners on the health of their forests, and a trained wildfire behavior analyst, I want to reinforce several points that stand out to me from the outset.
The best approach toward reducing costs of fire suppression is to reduce the probability of devastating crown fire. This begins with proper management (logging / timber harvesting) to reduce basal area of trees. Forest management includes selective thinning (depending upon species and terrain), clear cutting and replanting to significantly reduce forest density. Reducing forest density increases the spacing between individual trees which directly reduces the occurrence of high intensity wildfires and increases the health and vitality of remaining trees. In addition, strong trees that are not required to over compete for limited resources are more resistant to invasion by insects.
The federal agencies, i.e. US Forest Service and BLM, cannot implement recognized mitigation and forest management techniques because they are too restricted by environmental organizations through the lawsuits filed in federal courts. To many people the forests have become sacrosanct. Even when the knowledgeable people on the ground see the need to log and salvage, they are frustrated by the system from being able to implement necessary solutions.
In addition, fighting large forest fires has become big business. In today’s world, the national forests have become a financial drain on resources instead of being an agricultural resource.
Changing public opinion requires changing this culture and positively influencing many people who make their living off the current situation with public lands under federal ownership. Facts raised in the report help to make a strong case toward individual states being capable of doing a much better management job with public lands than the Federal Government.
I support the efforts of western states to acquire ownership of federally owned lands within their borders. Many people need an opportunity to be presented with the benefits in state ownership of public lands. The truth and the facts play an important part in outreach.
All the Best,
William E Smith, P.E.
Emigrant, Montana
Please stand up and encourage your elected officials to support the Transfer of Public Lands. Many states are currently in the midst of their legislative sessions with bills that will affect the health, access and productivity of the lands within your state. Let your representatives know that this is one of the most important subjects of legislation they could deal with. And let them know that you have their back.
American Lands Council


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Yreka Tea Party meets tonight 1-27-15

TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots
Meeting for Tuesday, January 27th

6:30 PM at the Decision Life Church
Corner of Main and Oberlin…

1301 South Main St. Yreka

Wayne Walent, local dredge miner and Lieutenant Karl Houtman from the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s department: Suction Gold Dredge Miners WIN on Federal Preemption! Judge Ochoa ruled that state law cannot preempt federal law by banning the use of suction gold dredges!
Everyone Welcome

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Help fight against CARB!

Air, Climate & Weather, CA & OR, Liberty, Over-regulations, Property rights, PROTESTS, State gov


Help fight against CARB!

This week in Redding on Fri. and Sat. Jan 30 and 31st will be a hearing at the City Council Chambers. Beginning at 9 am, testimony will be taken which will be used as evidence to create an injunction against CARB, proving that they never Coordinated with any local agencies before implementation of their mandates as REQUIRED BY LAW.

Coordination is a legal term and a great tool to use against the tyrannical California Air Resources Board.


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