NCIS’s Pauley Perrette has begun having a public meltdown as the evidence of her horrific abuse of the restraining order system becomes too hard to ignore. Her day in court is this Thursday. She’s got a lot of explaining to do.
All four of the officers who arrested Aaron Joseph Harms for alleged sexual abuse screwed up so badly that they were not permitted to give evidence at the trial. Susan McCarley reviews more of the case material.
After a judge finally confirmed Francis Shivers’ first amendment rights and demanded Perrette prove her allegations in person, leaving LA prosecutor Elizabeth Gertz humiliated, AVfM renews its call for protection for the falsely-accused.
Paul Cavanaugh, Assistant District Attorney (ADA) in Hancock and Washington Counties, Maine, wants to become the new District Attorney, replacing his boss Carletta Bassano, who had the good sense not to run for re-election. Unfortunately for the citizens of Maine, Cavanaugh’s record suggests quite strongly that all he has to offer is more of the same: …
Men falsely accused of a crime frequently accept a “plea bargain” to a lesser offense hoping it will make everything go away. This is almost always a bad idea, but as the Joseph Harms story shows, if you refuse the deal, authorities may well do all in their power to hurt you–your rights be damned.
Pauley “Star Crazy” Perrette, star of NCIS, perpetual Damsel In Distress, and restraining order abuser, has suffered a setback. Her bullshit restraining order “violation” claim against Francis Shivers will require her to testify in court–and we’re quite certain she won’t have the guts to do that.
The antics of the Los Angeles courts in the case of Francis Shivers versus his stalker ex-, Pauley Perrette, get zanier and zanier, as a judge and prosecutor do their best to avoid media scrutiny of most anything they do.
John Nazarian thought, for whatever insane reason, that presenting himself to the world as a corrupt profiteer on the misery of destroyed families would endear him to everyone and make him a big shot. Uh, not so much. And as the appropriate reaction to this sleazoid intensifies, he seems to be coming apart at the seams.
Sometimes, the appropriate adjectives escape us when it comes to describing certain individuals in this world. Such is the case with John Nazarian, private investigator for Pauley Perrette and a host of other Hollywood A-listers. “Scummy” is good, but it is obviously just a start. Three minutes of him talking will quickly make that apparent.
Documents in the court file point to perjury, conspiracy, and wire fraud on the part of attorneys representing Pauley Perrette. California State Bar Complaint filed and LA County Grand Jury notified.