Morrison & Foerster

How I Managed to Expose Alleged Embezzlement by Department of Justice's Third--In- Command Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, HUD's Ophelia Basgal to Unlawfully Benefit "Obama for America"

The following is a narrative describing the suspicious circumstances relating to non-profit entity CaliforniaALL (FEIN Number 51-0656213), Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, United States Department of Justice's Tony West, Department of Housing and Urban Development's Ophelia Basgal, California Attorney General Kamala Harris, James Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster, and Chris Young of Keker & Van Nest.

The narrative is divided to 4 parts: 1. General Introduction; 2. Introduction of Actors; 3. Fortuitous Discovery of CaliforniaALL; and 4. Factual Background Regarding CaliforniaALL.

House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) May Be Informed of Unsettling Events Re: Justice Department Third-In-Command Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, HUD's Ophelia Basgal

A recent discovery is the subject of an intense and comprehensive examination that the septet of James Brosnahan, Tony West, Chris Young, Annette Carnegie, Ophelia Basgal, Judy Johnson, and Jeffrey Bleich was somehow involved in improperly transferring money from California Bar Foundation to Barack Obama's coffers.

Tony West of The United States Department of Justice Under Scrutiny (Part 1)

Tony West
Mr. Derek Anthony West (AKA Tony West) Acting Associate Attorney General, the third highest official at the United States Department of Justice.
He joined Morrison & Foerster in 2001. While at MoFo, West represented "American Taliban" John Walker Lindh alongside partners James Brosnahan and Raj Chatterjee. His sister-in-law, Kamala Harris, is the California attorney general.


Pierce O'Donnell Has Agreed to Serve Time in Jail for Funneling Illegal Campaign Money to Former Sen. John Edwards

Los Angeles attorney Pierce O'Donnell, who pled guilty last fall to funneling illegal campaign contributions to former Sen. John Edwards, joined prosecutors Wednesday in asking a federal judge to sentence him to 60 days in prison, reports LAW360

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