Eventually, the story will come out in a lyrical way. Eventually, it will end in a stunning and gorgeous denoument. Eventually, it will be not only be a masterfully wrought cautionary tale but the pulitzer prize winning tract that overshadows Solzhenitizin's . Scratch that, it will be win the Nobel prize- because it transcends your story. It is our story. It is the story of our time. You're not selfish.
Till, then, you'll struggle with ways to package the truth so you can be unbanned and unbanished from your supposed potential.You do deserve that, and Mathilde Notaro should be in jail . These are facts- not opinions. She can't be jailed for being a cruel wasteful monstrous liar. No, that is legal.
But, she is a perjurer and she has suborned perjury on many occassions. There are literally dozens of torts and transgressions of law that occur in case 8CA10541- and before - all growing out of the arrogant evil of Judge Gerald Rosenberg in the civil court in Santa Monica. Perjury and its subornation is a felony and you are so fed up with watching the parade of perjurers walk so freely.
The nutshell version gets a little easier to tell with time. Sadly, the nutshell fo this nut is bigger than you'd expect out of a nutshell.
This is one big fat nut(to crack?) and so it's a big fat nutshell:
Fat Nutshell part 1 and a quarter:
Alisa Spitzberg does not know or care about Notaro and was sure this would be a mutual state of affairs. Spitzberg goes to a comedy show on April 7th 2008 and when she is ready to leave, is signing her credit car receipt, Notaro is standing right over her at the bar. She is surprised but this doesn't mean much and so she says, " Good show."
Notaro's mug scrambles and she sputters.... " You ... uh... you.... uh... pushed me.... uh... uh.. last time."
Notaro then walks a few feet away and Notaro is now pretending to be in deep conversation with a woman we later learn to be Heidi Feigin, her talent agent at the time. Alisa Spitzberg, knowing full well that she never pushed this Tig Notaor, much less said a rude word to her, walks the few feet to where Notaro is now talking to Heidi Feigin and says softly, " Did you just say I pushed you?" At this point, Spitzberg thinks she misheard as that could happen and the place was mildly noisy at the end of the show.
Notaro's rank visage scrambles once again and she very swiftly goes to the guy who collected the 5 dollar cover charge and says, "Remove her,she's being aggressive with me."
Spitzberg is observant(or likes to think she is) and something about the expression in Notaro's Charles Manson peepers gives her the creeps- There was pure hatred in those eyes and Spitzberg truly would not or could not understand why but it she is sure that something is wrong and this explains the strange and unfreindly experiences she's been having in the comedy "world" of Los Angeles. She leaves with out the slightest argument and she thinks of how she will get this resolved in some civil lovely way because she fancies herself some wonderul communicator.
Now, the risk of hopeless tangents occurs: Now I want to discuss Peaceniks vs. Hawks and how nice it is to purport to be peace loving rather than a war monger. Sure, I'll give peace a chance but you are forgetting.... it's supossed to be a scary fact: Hmmm what do they say are the percentages? 4 percent? That's what this they say. And, meaninful dialogues are said to be impossible with Sociopaths. Jeez, if you don't believe me-- GOOGLE. There has never been a story called the Reconteur and the Rapist. You're supposing because... even the most verbally agile individual doesn't have much hope against such forces.
It's doubtful a sociopath will spare your life ,over a well turned phrase ,much less take back a false accussation. Still, you'd try. At least, you now think, your last words would be .... impresssive.
But, you'd still leave the place a corpse.
Where was I? Yes, Notaro has Spitzberg removed from Largo On April 7th 2008. Spitzberg can have no good idea why. She only knows that now this Notaro is saying things- strange things- things she not only didn't do but wouldn't do. She just knows it's unacceptable.... She knows that this kind of lie(These kind of lies?) will make something very possible- impossible. So she tries to make Notaro's mistake... better. In the course of doing so she never commits an illegal act. Yet, soon after Notaro lies and very suspiciously- right after she sues Notaro for defamation(after she finds out that her gut on April 7th 2008 was right) she is being charged with a crime. When her mother calls Gregozek and says, "How could you do this blah blah justicecakes." Gregozek replies- " you sued her, didn't you."
So, as the judge said when he dismissed the charges with prejudice against the prosecution on March 23rd 2010- " This was a civil matter than never should have been in a criminal court." That's on the record. They can never take it away now. But, not before 2 years of kafkaesque hell for the Spitzbergs, very possibly about a million dollars of wasted money for the city of Los Angeles. And, as far as the Spitzbergs know, they still are free, some real sociopaths like Martin Boags, Felise Cohen Kalpakian, Jennifer Waxler, Dr. Khaushul Sharma, Dr. Francisco Velarde, Judge Samantha Jessner. Holy shit- the list is too big and it makes one look uncredible. No, that four percent sociopath figure seems too small.
And, as of today, they have not paid us for all that concrete loss- not to mention the intangibles. I still cannot walk into one comedy club and tell one joke with the slightest security that Notaro and her cronies won't do it again.
To be continued.
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