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Complaint Review: Bo Kelleher facing federal prosecution for the theft of federal agents ID theft
Bo Kelleher facing federal prosecution for the theft of federal agents ID theft12 pleasenton lane Ladera Ranch Ca. 92694 Ladera Ranch, California United States of America
Bo Kelleher facing federal prosecution for the theft of federal agents ID theft Bo Kelleher faces federal charges for the theft of a federal agents indentity Ladera Ranch, California
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Stephane Marchand is posting OBVIOUS LIES about other people in an attempt to discredit them from their HONEST REPORTS about his criminal behavior
*Consumer Comment: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC55NQZ30TTtusIFD1LxH_ag
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The Ladera Ranch website was designed to foster a sense of community, and for the most part, LaderaLife.com is used by its 7,300 registered members to exchange things such as wine suggestions, recipes and pet-grooming tips.Some residents also exchange ideas. Anything and everything is discussed -- as long as the discussion remains civil, said Paul Johnson, a vice president at Rancho Mission Viejo, Ladera's developer. Kelleher was far from civil, Johnson said.Kelleher said he was unfairly targeted."I think it is OK to disagree in public, and they obviously don't," he said.The disagreement began last fall. Kelleher said he spotted a posting announcing that a Unitarian Universalist Church pastor who had just returned from a "marriage equality caravan" in support of same-sex marriage was going to speak at a local event.Ads by GoogleUEI Career CollegeExplore Your Career Programs At UEI Accredited By ACCET. Sign Up Today!www.UEICollege.comNew 55+ Homes for SaleActive Adult Living at its Best! Join the Interest List for Updateswww.RanchoMissionViejo.comKelleher, who refers to himself as a "Bible-believing Christian," took issue with the posting and fired back, he said. "How does this garbage creep onto out [sic] message boards?!," he wrote. He said he suggested the posting about the pastor's visit be purged. Instead, Kelleher's message was yanked.Weeks later, another resident posted a message urging people to vote for President Bush in the November election. Another resident took issue with Bush's position on abortion, and the discussion quickly devolved into a graphic argument.
The dispute culminated in December when Kelleher posted the address of a convicted child molester in the neighborhood after getting the information from the state's Megan's Law website. That posting also got pulled because he violated LaderaLife rules that prohibit posting a resident's personal information.In revolt, Kelleher created his own website. As a parting shot, he e-mailed LaderaLife members listing his grievances and inviting people to visit his site.For that, he was banned from LaderaLife for six months.As private communities with resident websites become more prevalent, observers say, flare-ups will become more common. The forums, like town hall gatherings, inevitably invite people to sound off, they say.Most homeowners associations avoid the problem by simply not offering message boards.Evan McKenzie, a professor of political science at the University of Illinois in Chicago, said courts would eventually be forced to consider how much homeowners associations are like governments.In free-speech issues, the courts so far have ruled that individuals shouldn't have any expectation of free speech when they join voluntary organizations.Ads by Google
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