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Shocking headlines

Since the comment thread that follows this post will meander like a cool spring through a lush, open field, let’s begin with a few links and let the discussion forge its own course.

+ Eureka mail processing service moving to Oregon!

+ Former Yurok employee, Eureka biologists allegedly embezzle tribal funds; Del Norte DA’s Office said more than $900,000 stolen!

+ EPIC lawyers might finally get paid for winning case against Maxxam subsidiary way back when!

Big news all around.

Also, the Humboldt Herald wishes Garbervillian Felix Omai best of luck in court today. The slight 57-year old suffered a broken rib and other injuries at the hands (and knees) of police after she staged a solo banner hang in support of the Occupy movement. Of course, she is the one facing charges.

  1. Just Watchin
    February 24, 2012 at 8:55 am

    Felix Omai defied police orders more than once, holds out a bag and announces that she is armed. She’s lucky that broken ribs are all that she got.

  2. High Finance
    February 24, 2012 at 8:59 am

    Felix Omai “felt that the hazard to traffic was an acceptable risk” ???

    What gall ! Her right to express her First Amendment is not at the expense of the innocents who may get in traffic accidents with injury or death.

    Then she refused to take the banner down at the order of the Cal Trans employee and then the cop. She was belligerent to the cop and told him she had a blade in her purse ? She was surprised he took action to disarm her ?

    What conceit.

  3. February 24, 2012 at 9:05 am

    $12.9 million would pay for a lot of school bus time.

    Pro bono. Not.

  4. February 24, 2012 at 9:37 am

    After reading Ernie Branscomb’s report on Felix Omai’s so-called arrest I’d say it’s about time a few people began to think about their right to self-defense. Hiding behind an “arrest” to brutalize people is going to come back on the police and their debased supporters. It’s only a matter of time. Of course, in this security state, cop worshiping society I really wonder.

  5. Mitch
    February 24, 2012 at 10:55 am

    Rose sounds jealous. Five years is a long time to wait to get paid, especially once a judge has told the state to pay up.

  6. Fact Checker
    February 24, 2012 at 10:57 am

    We can always count on Hi Fi to defend the EPD. Throughout history, oppressive governments and their bureaucratic arms of suppression have managed to garner the support of a portion of the populace. With this fact in mind, what does that say about human beings?

    “What do you get for pretending the danger’s not real.
    Meek and obedient you follow the leader
    Down well trodden corridors into the valley of steel.
    What a surprise!
    A look of terminal shock in your eyes.
    Now things are really what they seem.
    No, this is no bad dream.”

    “Sheep” -Pink Floyd

  7. Jr
    February 24, 2012 at 11:58 am

    What I do not understand is how this saves the USPS money since all of the workers will be assigned to other jobs. Since there will be no layoffs (and this is good), where do the savings come from?

  8. tra
    February 24, 2012 at 12:24 pm

    The Court report:
    Dateline Garberville:
    10:30, 2/24/12:
    By Ernie Branscomb

    The courts offered Felix two years probation, and 20 hours public service for a guilty plea. She, of course, refused. Her trial will start on April 23rd 2012 in Eureka.

    Myself and about twenty other people were present. Felix was offered the plea, she refused, she motioned to the crowd that it was over, we all got up and left. We had a small discussion outside the court house. Felix said that she can’t be convicted with resisting arrest, and she can’t be on probation because that would infringe on her right to attend protests.

    She will request a jury trial, at which point this whole thing becomes ridiculous. If the CHP was smart they would apologize to Felix and back away slowly. She has a very good case for police brutality, (even though she claims she “wasn’t brutalized, but simply injured”.) She would probably be very happy to be done with it.

  9. tra
    February 24, 2012 at 12:27 pm

    But if the facts of the case are pretty much as presented in Kym and Ernie’s posts, then I suspect that at least part of the motivation for continuing to prosecute her for “resisting arrest” is that they fear she could sue the CHP for excessive force (and it seems like she’d have a good chance of success) — but if they can intimidate her into accepting a “guilty” plea now, then they would be able to point to that later, as a justification for their use of excessive force.

  10. Tofu Jesus
    February 24, 2012 at 1:23 pm

    The lesson of the story is, don’t be a smartass when the police ask if you are armed, then make a sudden movement.

  11. Anonymous
    February 24, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    Hope she gets convicted and spends a month or two in the local lockup.

  12. Just Watchin
    February 24, 2012 at 2:27 pm

    When you declare to the police that you are armed, there is no such thing as “excessive” force. I guessing that she wasn’t as passive as portrayed in the article.

  13. Anonymous
    February 24, 2012 at 3:01 pm

    Wow, remember when men used to be men, and more often than not also gentlemen?

  14. Emerald Hexagon
    February 24, 2012 at 3:33 pm

    “When you declare to the police that you are armed, there is no such thing as “excessive” force.”

    What are you tlaking about? Being armed is not justification for being assualted. I don’t actually know the facts of the above case beyond what folks are saying here, but your statement is just so wrong on so many levels.

    Hypo – I am on my way to work as a chef. Do you have a ny knives? Yes sir…tazer. On my home from the skeet club: Do you have any firearms? Yes sir…tazer.

    From your posts, Just Watching, I would think you wre a little more sensitive to personal freedoms, like the right to have a pen knife…

  15. Eric Kirk
    February 24, 2012 at 3:34 pm

    When you declare to the police that you are armed, there is no such thing as “excessive” force.

    How do you figure that? It’s better if you keep it a secret?

  16. tra
    February 24, 2012 at 3:44 pm

    When police ask you if you have any weapons, and you tell the police you have a small blade on a leatherman tool on your key chain, which is in your bag, and you hold out the bag to hand it to the officers, then no, you’re not “armed” in any meaningful way, and certainly not in any way that would justify being slammed face-first to the pavement, and stepped on, breaking your ribs.

  17. Not A Native
    February 24, 2012 at 4:20 pm

    If this goes to a jury trial, I wonder what evidence will be presented. At this point, its a he said she said thing, so its really about how credible the parties ‘sound’.

    My feeling is that this isn’t the best case for a person to show that cops violated civil rights. But if they did, I applaud this women for her tenacity. But if she’s somewhat of a nutcase with chip on shoulder then its really a waste and reinforces the notion that cops almost always do the right thing. Looking forward to hearing the ‘she said’ side.

  18. Anonymous
    February 24, 2012 at 4:40 pm

    Broken ribs speak for themselves, Not A Native (troll). How about next time I see you, you lie on the ground and allow me to apply so much downward force on your chest as to break a few ribs. After you’ve screamed in pain for awhile and when you finally regain your composure, you can coherently describe how it could be that this woman deserved to have her ribs broken. You can then tell everybody from experience what kind of activity you and your loved ones would have to commit to deserve such abuse.

  19. tra
    February 24, 2012 at 4:51 pm

    “At this point it’s a he said, she said thing…”

    Unfortunately, that’s true.

    I think one of the lessons here is that it can be dangerous, both physically and legally, to conduct a solo protest. It’s a good idea to have multiple companions and witnesses, for all sorts of reasons. This may not prevent you from being mistreated (whether by police, or by someone else), but at least you’re likely to have numerous witnesses, and maybe photos/video/audio to back you up in court.

  20. Anonymous
    February 24, 2012 at 5:31 pm

    Actually, NAN has a point here, and I usually disagree with him, mostly due to his negativity.

  21. Anonymous
    February 24, 2012 at 6:02 pm

    Do you suspect this woman broke her own ribs, 5:31? Please, be real with your response.

  22. IranianPreEmp
    February 24, 2012 at 7:06 pm

    Sometimes when you’re looking for trouble others are only too willing to oblige you.

  23. owltotem
    February 24, 2012 at 7:15 pm

    Jr at noon,
    It will not save $. It will actually increase fuel use. Think about it, if I live on Kneeland and I want to mail a letter and get my mail, I now have to drive round trip to Arcata. My letter is to Ukiah, it used to be right on it’s way, sorted in Eureka and sent toward Ukiah. Now that letter will go to Medford, Oakland then to Ukaih. Multiply that by all the mail, and all the sorting centers that are closing. This is going to create an environmental impact nation wide, increase carbon combustion and GHG emmissions. Is the Federal Government exempt from NEPA is the USPS exempt from AB 32 in California? Residents of rural areas in California have average lower than local median incomes (this is from a PG&E CARE study). They will be unequally adversely effected by closing post offices. I believe this is an environmental justice issue that needs to be addressed and mitigated. Is this whole Post Office and Sorting Center closing a project under NEPA? It certainly seems it should be. Does anyone know if the initial study ever took place?

  24. Epicleptic
    February 24, 2012 at 7:19 pm

    Good for Epic. Does that make them part of the 1% now. I was trained to hate the “millionaires and biliionaires”. I not quite sure what to do with myself now. Ha, bet PJ can give me a hint….

  25. walt
    February 24, 2012 at 7:33 pm

    She’d say “Hungry? Eat the rich.” And she’d be right. Yum!

  26. Anonymous
    February 24, 2012 at 7:42 pm

    EPIC and the Mad River Bio/Ron LaVally crew are all eco whores. Will say and do anything to further their cause and of course their pocket books. Fighting the good fight! NOT!

  27. Jr
    February 24, 2012 at 8:18 pm

    Owltotem: I agree with you that such a move will cost more money than it will save. However, I would like to know how this, in the eyes of the USPS, can SAVE money especially since no jobs are being lost. If all of the Eureka facility were laid off, then there MIGHT be some saving, but these employees are simply be reassigned to other duties.

  28. A-nony-mouse
    February 24, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    You’d kinda think all that additional trucking over questionable roads would add cost, not save it. Is the additional wear to the hiway from more big trucks figured in? Not likely.

  29. February 24, 2012 at 9:50 pm

    I don’t understand how having our mail sent to Medford, OR and back while retaining all the employees could possibly save money. The post office uses semi’s like Safeway does. Diesel is over $5 per gallon and those trucks burn diesel like there is no tomorrow. So the Semi’s take the mail to Medford process it and then drive it back. It still has to be sorted for delivery here in Eureka. Every day they will spend hundred of dollars on fuel costs plus maintenance. The Route 199 is not a easy drive for a semi. There are constant rock slides and in a normal winter many road closures. It’s a old highway. The additional large truck traffic is going to stress the road even more. That won’t add costs to the Postal Service but it will to Cal Trans and ODOT. There will be manpower loading and unloading the mail at both ends. Where’s the savings? Is it worth it so we can have our mail delayed anywhere from 3 to 7 days and even more when not if but when, they do away with Saturday delivery?

  30. Not A Native
    February 24, 2012 at 11:32 pm

    anon 4:40 and 6:02. There’s no dispute that the woman’s injuries resulted from the CHP arresting her.

    But unlike you or me, sworn officers actually have legal authority to use force and inflict bodily harm(and death) in the performance of their duties. If you disagree with that, your isssue is with police authority. And that goes way beyond this incident.

    The question here isn’t at whose hands this woman suffered injuries. The officers used force while arresting her and injured her. The question is whether the officers were acting in a lawful manner.

  31. Anonymous
    February 25, 2012 at 5:28 am

    Some people fight hysterically due to being under the influence. Sometimes, it actually is not the cops’ fault, just sayin’.

  32. tofu jesus
    February 25, 2012 at 7:08 am

    Rich Morris, please don’t speak of things you don’t know anything about.

  33. February 25, 2012 at 7:42 am

    “When you declare to the police that you are armed, there is no such thing as “excessive” force.”

    That means any pickup truck with an NRA sticker that the cops stop, they can just shoot them straightaways.

  34. Giggles
    February 25, 2012 at 9:16 am

    Harry Potter and the Dark Lord Waldemart

  35. Anonymous
    February 25, 2012 at 11:04 am

    TS today paints a bad picture of Mad River Bio. History has shown that Ron LaValley/et al did not help the plover populations on the north coast only his and his cronies pocket books. PCJV and the goose problem is even worse.Hopefully when this all shakes out the ugly picture of using eco issues for personal gain will finally be revealed. This goes very deep. University,recovery units,fedaral agencies, state parks, phony grant projects, all will need to be investigated. Everyone should call your legislators and ask that they request the DOJ get involved.

  36. felix
    February 25, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    Gee, thanks Heraldo!
    There are just too many dumb comments to answer all of them. I appreciate the supportive ones but can hardly answer all those who are just responding to pieces of the story – like the ‘acceptable risk’ comment – I possess “such conceit”! Sheesh! I never used the words “acceptable risk” and anyway, there was NO RISK the banners could have fallen into traffic!
    And, once, for the record, there was never any plausible belief there was a weapon in my bag, nor could the penknife on my key-chain have been considered a weapon. The officer lost his temper when he could not force me to do something he could have done himself and gone on his way.

  37. Anonymous
    February 25, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    Gas to push $6/gallon this year, oil companies to rake in record profits of more than $60billion. Worst southern hemisphere oil spill ever, accountability money totalling less than a hundred million. An environmental group, EPIC, uses a relative shoestring budget of donated funds to file lawsuits against companies that take full advantage of fines vs. profits clauses, and in this one particular local case is rightfully reimbursed legal expenses from a company that has, in fact, been found guilty on a number of charges related to the environment…

    …and the usual round of resident EPIC bashing trolls throw a hissy fit on the internet. A sort of bonus award, if you ask me.

  38. Anonymous
    February 25, 2012 at 2:24 pm

    EPIC sucks. Enviro scum bags are no better than mega corp rip offs. You have to think sometimes and not just talk crap. Renner makes no more money if gas is 6$ a gallon or 2$ a gallon.

  39. February 25, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    Love you Felix! You are a hero for the community! Those who know you know the kind hearted and gentle spirit that you are. You did not deserve to be attacked like that by the people whose job is to serve and protect your life and liberties.

    No one deserves that. That’s the point of all of this…

  40. Dan
    February 25, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    “Renner makes no more money if gas is 6$ a gallon or 2$ a gallon.”

    I do not believe that.

  41. Anonymous
    February 25, 2012 at 5:43 pm

    Repeat: Gas to push $6/gallon this year, oil companies to rake in record profits of more than $60 billion. EPIC, an environmental non-profit that uses a relative shoestring budget of donations to file legal claims against companies that take advantage of the fact that nobody can afford to sue them over their blatant environmental misconduct, is awarded the REIMBURSEMENT of legal fees necessary to prosecute a case that otherwise would have gone unchallenged.

    And the trolls on the blogs throw a hissy fit about it. BONUS!

  42. Anonymous
    February 25, 2012 at 6:39 pm

    5:43, repetitive and boooorrrring! as is your love of bums like EPIC.

  43. February 25, 2012 at 6:40 pm

    Felix, I hope you talk to a lawyer about this incident if you haven’t already so that you are informed of your rights. The officer sounds like a menace to society.

  44. Anonymous
    February 25, 2012 at 8:34 pm

    6:39, I don’t give a rat’s ass about epic! Or greenpeace or mother theresa. I am an unaffiliated “environmentalist”, as are most people who really care. Boring you is a nice two-fer though…hissyfit away, anon. The bad guys lost and have to pay.

  45. Anonymous
    February 25, 2012 at 10:40 pm

    LOL! 5:43/6:39. the public is not the bad guys. It’s your brain that’s not affiliated ///// with reality. rotflmao at you!

  46. February 26, 2012 at 6:58 am

    Anonymous says:
    February 25, 2012 at 11:04 am
    TS today paints a bad picture of Mad River Bio. History has shown that Ron LaValley/et al did not help the plover populations on the north coast only his and his cronies pocket books. PCJV and the goose problem is even worse.Hopefully when this all shakes out the ugly picture of using eco issues for personal gain will finally be revealed. This goes very deep. University,recovery units,fedaral agencies, state parks, phony grant projects, all will need to be investigated. Everyone should call your legislators and ask that they request the DOJ get involved.

    I hope this helps to explain the disastrous results of
    ‘restoration programs’ that have been terrorizing our
    coastline for well over a decade. California use to be cool,
    environmentally in the fore-
    now the Feds have to straighten us out. What a turnabout!
    ” Everyone should call your legislators and ask that they request the DOJ get involved.”

  47. Anonymous
    February 26, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    Interesting to see the agency & other x-spurts crying the blues over LaValley. They are all in bed together and CYA is their first mantra. They have been using phony non science and BS legislative mandates to get more and more grant $$$$$$ . It’s simply a buisness model.Fill out the forms correctly,dot the eyes,cross the T’s, use the correct political/eco lingo and make sure everyone gets their cut. Who gives a flying F about the community,wetlands, species or recreational access. Even if LaVally isn’t ass deep in the tribal mess he and his like are ass deep in screwing the public. A perfect scam artist. Every project these con men have touched needs to be investigated by the DOJ!

  48. Jr
    February 26, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    Readers may wish to go to http://www.noyonews.net as the lead story is on Ron LeValle.

  49. Omnomnonimous
    February 26, 2012 at 5:53 pm

    David Gurney of the Noyo News clearly has a strong bias against the MPLA and has had it in for LaValley for some time. It would be nice to see an impartial analysis of some of the things he’s written but I’m afraid it’s one of those issues that’s so polarized from the get-go that it’s nearly impossible for an objective person to start at this point and figure out what information is tainted and what’s not.

    The one thing that’s clear is that if you didn’t like MPLA to begin with, you’re probably sportin’ wood about now.

    My advice to David Gurney: If your vision becomes “bluish,” see a doctor right away.

  50. February 26, 2012 at 8:24 pm

    Thanks Jr.

    How MLPA snuffs Blue Whale, then denies it.
    Revealing article, too bad we need to go out of the area
    to get news on these guys.

  51. Anonymous
    February 26, 2012 at 9:38 pm

    Heraldo, please post your spin on Eureka paying out yet more money due to the inappropriate actions of its former police chief. Eureka doling out more cash? Garr Neilson? We thought you would be all over this by now.

  52. Anonymous
    February 26, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    No bias on LaVally and the MLPA. It was a rigged process and only the members of the club were allowed to play. LaValley was picked on the science advisory team because Ken Wiesman knew he was a pro MPA shill. More $$$$$$$ for the scum bag and his above reproach science, NOT!!!!! Hope the public opens its eyes and sees who has been writing the rules,making the decessions and laughing all the way to the bank.

  53. February 26, 2012 at 11:14 pm

    I was the one that said that Felix assumed the danger of the banner was an acceptable risk. If you read the story, that “risk” to traffic was ZERO, unless you factor in that it may have distracted a driver. As many have said, if any of the Caltrans employees or the cops thought that it was a risk, why didn’t they take the banner down immediately?

    I feel like a traitor to my law officer friends that are good law enforcement officers and do a fine service for us daily. I would imagine that they are somewhat embarrassed by the thoughtless handling of Felix. The bag that had the “weapon” in it was IN THEIR COMPLETE CONTROL. Felix raised her camera to take their picture, which provoked the CHP officer to slam it in her face. They either didn’t want their picture taken or they thought that it was a gun. If they thought that it was a gun, that is even scarier. It was broad daylight, Felix was in clear view, and had the camera on a strap around her neck.

    Sorry, this is a simple case of a bad cop making a bad mistake.

    Felix will tell you that she is outspoken about her beliefs, some I agree with, and some I don’t, but no way in hell could the cops had any reason to slam a camera in her face flip her, and slam her on the ground, jump on her the to the extent that she was bruised, had tendons pulled, a rib broken and her hand yanked out from under her because it was tanlged in her camera strap. Her had was ripped and bloodied.
    She had her camera in record mode when they took it from her. It came back erased. WHY?

    I have to say that I wasn’t there, so all this is hearsay. Make of it what you will, But is SAW the bloody hand and the broken rib.

    In fairness, I have said that Felix weighs 100 pounds and 60 of it is mouth. That is even more reason for me to believe that the cops were out of control. She sassed them and the didn’t like her sass. Simple as that. Would you like you mother or daughter or sister treated like that for being sassy?
    Ernie Branscomb

  54. February 26, 2012 at 11:17 pm

    Sorry about the typos

  55. Mitch
    February 27, 2012 at 7:59 am

    Ernie wrote:

    “I feel like a traitor to my law officer friends that are good law enforcement officers and do a fine service for us daily.”

    That is the mistake that too many of us make.

    The traitor to your law officer friends was the schmuck who broke a 100 pound woman’s ribs as a result of a non-threatening situation. That the schmuck carries a badge is a disgrace to law officers everywhere, and endangers them by reducing the degree of support they can expect from the public they serve.

    The public hears about such things, views the “danger,” hears what could have been done, views what was actually done and the resulting injuries, and loses faith in law enforcement, not just in one sadistic rogue officer. Sometimes it takes several rounds, because the public won’t believe the victims until they know one, but it does happen eventually.

    When a doctor commits blatant malpractice, doctors don’t form a protective circle around their incompetent colleague. Cops shouldn’t form protective circles around the bullies and sadists among them. Instead, good cops should unite to take a leading role in getting such disasters out of their fraternity. They should be LESS willing to tolerate schmucks than the rest of us, not more.

  56. Omnomnonimous
    February 27, 2012 at 8:28 am

    The Sac Bee this weekend did a very long and detailed piece about Del Norte DA Jon Alexander, and it does not paint a pretty picture. By all appearances the timing of this article, which does not mention the Raymond/LaValley/McCallister case at all, is an amazing coincidence. But given the incredibly negative light in which it paints Alexander, it will likely give those who would believe the MRB guys are probably innocent bystanders a thread of hope to hang on to.

    This story whole sordid tale will no doubt provide a lot of riveting reading over the coming weeks.


  57. Pardu
    February 27, 2012 at 8:32 am

    According to the T-s the U.S. Department of Justice is involved in investigating the alleged embezzlers. Hopefully California Attorney General Kamala Harris or one of her deputies will travel to Eureka and get a real whiff of corruption. Maybe evren the Feds will take a glance at our fair city.

    The corruption here is so thick in the air it is hard to breathe.

  58. Anonymous
    February 27, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    Pardu, it’s no wonder that the state PR paper the Bee would trash the DA and not the corrupt agents of Cali’s failed policies. Even the local agency talking heads are trying to paint a picture of calm eco groovy bliss. Cover Your Ass is alive and well. Even if these theifs ,liers and con men don’t get convicted the public might learn that the stench runs from top to bottom in these anti-public agencies, NGO’s and the bottom feeders that support them. They all are making bank while the rest of us slave away to pay them.

  59. i heart postal service
    February 27, 2012 at 6:34 pm

    Let’s have a protest!

    Let’s protest the elimination of the postal sorting facility here in Eureka.

    Our local business will suffer a 2 to 3 day lag compared to competitors. We need the jobs here, Oregon can take care of itself.

    Let’s see the real politicians who want to “create jobs” come out and represent!

    We need to stop this!

    How about a demonstration some friday afternoon @ 4 pm at the eureka main post office on H street? Just an hour or two, peaceful of course.

  60. Jr
    February 27, 2012 at 7:08 pm

    The funny thing about this is that no jobs and being lost. The Eureka employees who work at the mail processing facility are being transferred to other positions in Eureka.

  61. Anonymous
    February 27, 2012 at 8:57 pm

    “The Eureka employees who work at the mail processing facility are being transferred to other positions in Eureka.”

    Just like all those PG&E meter reader who were given another job within the company…not.

  62. Anonymous
    February 28, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    LaValley was just fired or “resigned”, O-sure, from the Pacific Sea Bird Group. He was in charge of their $$$$$$. Go figure. This guy has his hands in all the $$$$ in the enviro,ESA groups and projects from Chilie up the pacific coast and all the way around to the southern islands in Russia. Think the God Father. Think rip off. Think why the hell is America going to hell in a hand basket. Think phony science and agency boondoggels. Then think Mad River Bio.

  63. High Finance
    March 3, 2012 at 9:44 am

    “being transferred to other jobs in Eureka” ?

    Some may take the place of others locally through attrition. Others will be forced to make a choice of losing their jobs or transferring to other cities.

    But one fact is clear, Humboldt county will suffer the loss of another 15-20 good paying jobs.

  64. Pardu
    March 10, 2012 at 8:52 am

    The State Attorney General’s Office will be here at the request of Paul Gallegos to handle the Michael Campbell felony dui / manslaughter prosecution.

    Hopefully they will take a little time to investigate the rotten corrupt state of our local Eureka City government.

    The stench is unbearable and can’t be ignored.

    Please help us Kamala!

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