The Order of the Rainbow

Was the cold cases of the Zodiac? the Vislia Ransacker and Earons along with other unsolved murders  ECO Terrorism done by Manson Family members?

There were an  estimated 95 members at loose around the United States. Squeaky Fromm was the head. Sandra Good was second in command

So was part of the motive behind these cold cases about hurting humans as much as we hurt the earth?

I believe the  Manson family squatted in areas where there was environmental protest.

I Believe ATWA was involved with Club Seirra and Elf  , and Alf along with other radical environmentalists . I believe they were raping people like with EARONS and Visalia like how we were raping the Land It was natural it eventually went to murder.

Organizations that have been accused of eco-terrorism in the United States include the Animal Liberation Front (ALF),[15] the Earth Liberation Front (ELF),[15] Greenpeace, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Earth First!.9] The Coalition to Save the Preserves.] and the Hardesty Avengers

ATWA — Air, Trees, Water, Animals. ATWA is your survival on earth. It’s a revolution against pollution. ATWA is ATWAR with pollution — a holy war. You are either working for ATWA — life — or you’re working for death. Fix it and live or run from it and die.

http://fromspahnranch.wordpress.com/2008/09/02/atwa/

http://crime.about.com/od/murder/p/squeaky.htm

Order of the Rainbow:

Manson recruited the girls as nuns for his new religion called the Order of the Rainbow. As nuns, Squeaky and Good were forbidden to have sex, watch violent movies, or smoke and were required to dress in long hooded robes. Manson renamed Squeaky “Red” and her job was to save the Redwoods. Good was renamed “Blue” because of her blue eyes.

I believe her name was blue because she represented water and air.

notice Aryan Symbol ( symbol of the Manson Family Demon Slayer)  on cloak

The summer of ECOKILL

In 1975 Sandra  and Squeaky publically appeared around the city of Sacramento wearing long red robes and hoods. There message was about the saving of the Redwoods and industrial pollution.

Good and Fromm formed a corporation called Good/Fromm inc.

Both women warned that something drastic was going to happen.  In the summer of 1975 both women appeared at the Newspaper office with  Red Robes on claiming Manson was angry at Nixon. After Squeaky attempted to kill Reagan with an unloaded gun could she have been talking about The East area Rapist?

Squeaky Fromm

Lynette Fromme

Born in Santa Monica, California, Lynette Alice Fromme grew up in Westchester, California where her father William worked as an aeronautical engineer. Lyn was the first of 3 children, was a talented, well-liked child that toured throughout the United States and Canada in a song and dance troop called the Lariats. In Junior High School Lynette was active with many after school activities. She was a member of the Athenian Honor Society as well as the Girls Athletic Club. In her drama class Lyn befriended a young Phil Hartman, who eventually gained fame on shows like Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons, & Newsradio. When her class gave out superlatives, Lynette was voted “Personality Plus

In September of 1972, Lynette was arrested in connection with the murders of James and Reni Willet. Authorities soon found she wasn’t involved with the murders, however they were reluctant to let her go. Finally on January 2nd 1973, all charges against Lyn were dropped, and she was released the following day. On her release Lynette was immediately arrested by LAPD. She had been accused of robbing a 7-11 convenience store in October of 1972. At the trial Lyn’s accuser, a 17 year-old 7-11 employee, admitted that the robber didn’t have the “X” scar on her forehead. Once again the charges weren’t dropped until another woman was arrested and confessed to the crime. Freedom was bittersweet for Lyn, the Family was falling apart. Mary, Gypsy, Katie, Leslie, and Sadie all wanted nothing to do with Manson.

Later that year, Lynette moved to Sacramento with Sandra Good. The reason for the move was once again to be closer to Manson; Charlie had been moved from San Quentin to Folsom Prison. While walking in a park Fromme befriended a 64 year-old man named Harold “Manny” Boro. According to Boro’s daughter-in-law, the two were lovers.

In Sacramento, Lyn and Sandy became more preoccupied with saving the environment. It was around this time that Charlie started to talk about the Order of the Rainbow, his own religion in which Lyn and Sandy would be nuns of. Each of the Manson girls was given a color; Lynette was dubbed “Red” and was given the duty of saving the Redwoods. Their Lifestyles would be very different compared to the Spahn’s Ranch days. The girls weren’t allowed to smoke, have sex, or watch “movies with violence that sets thoughts to death and confusion.”

http://www.cielodrive.com/lynette-fromme.php

SANDRA GOOD

Sandra Good

The youngest of three girls, Sandra Good was born on February 20, 1944. Her father – a San Diego stockbroker – and her mother divorced when Sandy was only 4 years old. She attended both the University of Oregon and San Francisco State College. Good joined the family in April of 1968, and a month later she found a new home for them at Spahn’s Movie Ranch. Sandra was in jail with Mary Brunner on the night of the Tate murders, but was back at the ranch in time to get arrested on the August 16th raid. On September 16, 1969, Sandra gave birth to her son Ivan. Almost a month later, she was arrested with the family during the October 10th Barker Ranch raid. On December 1, 1969 a man named Joel Pugh was found murdered in England. Many people believe that Pugh was Good’s husband, but she has always denied it. In October of 1971, Good was arrested while aiding family associate Kenneth Como in a botched escape from the Hall of Justice.

After Manson’s conviction, Good moved to Oregon with an ex-con and Aryan Brotherhood member named Steve Bekins. In July of 1972, Sandra was arrested for trying to hide Bekins after he had robbed a supermarket. After Bekins was caught and sent back to prison, Sandy skipped town. She was picked up in San Francisco in December, and was brought back to Oregon, where the charges against her were eventually dropped. Good then moved to Sacramento with Lynette Fromme, where the two women became nuns in Manson’s newfound religion, the Order of the Rainbow. Sandy led a drug free life of abstinence and took on the new name of Blue. Both Blue and Red (Lyn) became obsessed with the environment and started the International People’s Court of Retribution; a fictitious terrorist group that would assassinate executives and CEO’s of companies that polluted the earth. The two sent-out hundreds of threatening letters that claimed there were thousands of terrorists in the IPCR just waiting to kill. Good enrolled in Sacramento State University, and majored in Ethno botany; she was noted as a good student.

In December of 1975, Sandra was arrested along with Susan Murphy for conspiracy to send threatening letters in the mail. She was later convicted on all five counts, and served 10 years in prison. She began her sentence at Terminal Island Prison, then moved to Pleasanton, California, and was finally moved to Alderson in West Virginia, where she met up with Lynette again http://www.cielodrive.com/sandra-good.php

Sandra Goode is quite famous for her work in fresh water protection.

MT DIABLO WATER SHED DISTRICT

Cheri Jo Bates and David Faraday killed 1968 near entrance to Benicia watershed pumping station. Mount Diablo Mercury mine contaminated watershed areas around Mount Diablo.

http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:IyJmEZFyozYJ:www.epa.gov/osw/nonhaz/industrial/special/mining/minedock/damage/damage.pdf+did+the+monticello+dam+affect+water+tables+in+mount+diablo&hl=en&gl=ca&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESix7gfYU5hGeQzMSKEkmd1Cod15CVyaHKE1RCv2mpIVOlcdY7TKAxjVKVTb0jY5HHx8Tl6yL4n-lnS5N7tbesKYNoYHQEysw5FYZzhBLsNlVQ9aYZZQYQJWMQgKSg8FxT1Lm0vz&sig=AHIEtbQQGEgRQTxzwazPlzDyDQ8sR1cAoQ

Paul Stine killed  1970 in Presidio heights

At 270 acres, Tennessee Hollow is the Presidio’s largest watershed . Its spring-fed tributaries once provided a year-round fresh water source for native people and colonial settlers. Though mainly hidden today beneath roadways and storm drains, the flow of the creek persists, providing an oasis for wildlife. Tennessee Hollow is framed by historic Presidio neighborhoods, and its forests, trails,

http://www.presidio.gov/NR/rdonlyres/C5B6293A-7671-4BCE-9534-C58584E69E76/0/THEAcomplete.pdf

Cecila Shepard and Bryan Hartnell killed 1970 at Monticello Dam

Lake Berryassa

Prior to its inundation, the valley was an agricultural region, whose soils were considered among the finest in the country. The main town in the valley, Monticello, was abandoned in order to construct the reservoir.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monticello,…

Here is where we tie into Visalia and ransacking.

in Los Angelos how the family made money was by doing silent raids on peoples homes randomly and taking what they needed.

those prone to murder and mayhem, amply exampled by Charles Manson and disciple Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme declared “I have no respect for people who don’t have respect for what gives them life. And that’s earth. You know, earth first. That’s Manson’s first woman.” Sandy Good, another Manson disciple, said in a 1988 interview, “Lynette pointed a gun, a loaded gun, at the president, but she failed to put a bullet in the chamber. She could’ve if she wanted to, but she didn’t. She could have killed the president, but she chose not to. At the same time, I had 3000 letters to the heads of corporations and industries throughout the United States and some in Europe that are destroying the air, the water, the land, the wildlife. They weren’t personal threats. They were simply saying what would happen if they continued to destroy what keeps people, what sustains life.

irlhttp://www.mega.nu/ampp/eden/enviro.html

Charles Manson stockpiled all terrain vehicles at Barker Ranch they were more than capable of going from death valley to Visalia and Sequoia and Kings Canyon.

There were estimated 95 members at loose around the United States. Squeaky Fromm was the head. Sandra Good was second in command

quasi-autobiography, Manson in His Own Words, Colonel Scott is  (Mansons father) said to have been “a young drugstore cowboy … a transient laborer working on a nearby “Dam project.” ( was this a reference than to Manson’s past) It is not clear what “nearby” means. The description is in a paragraph that indicates Kathleen Maddox gave birth to Manson “while living in Cincinnati,” after she had run away from her own home, in Ashland, Kentucky

I believe the  Manson family squatted in areas where there was environmental protest.

I Believe ATWA was involved with Club Seirra and Elf  , and Alf along with other radical environmentalists . I believe they were raping people like with EARONS and Visalia like how we were raping the Land It was natural it eventually went to murder.

IN THE EARLY 1970S DISNEY CORPORATION TRIED TO BUILD A 13,000 ACRE SKI RESORT IN THE SIERRA NEVADA MOUNTAINS

THE  Sgt. Brian and Katie MAGGOIRE  EASTAREA RAPIST MURDERS WERE POSIBLY AGAINST THE

Possible Air Force connection – EAR/ONS may have killed USAF Sgt. and his wife and many other clues pointing to Mather AFB connection.

They have had water shed issues for contaminating ground water and the American River

Working with the Department of the Defense, the EPA secured $21 million in soil and groundwater cleanups at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, Mather Air Force BaseEdwards Air Force BaseAlameda Naval Air Station, the Marin Corps Logistics Base in Barstow and the Marine Corps Air Station in El Toro. http://www.epa.gov/region9/enforcement/results/06/highlights.html

The Major Dam Builders

The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is a federal agency and a major Army command made up of some 36,000 civilian and military personnel,[1] making it the world’s largest public engineering, design and construction managementagency. Although generally associated with damscanals and flood protection in the United States, USACE is involved in a wide range of public works support to the nation and the Department of Defense throughout the world. The Corps of Engineers provides outdoor recreation opportunities to the public, and provides 24% of U.S. hydropower capacity.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Army_Corps_of_Engineers

The hearst family was at war with the conservationists who were trying to stop them from logging Wyntoon, a 67,000 acre estate on the McCloud River in Northern california. They have other properties too they log. I believe where hearst castle is the Red wood forest was logged for paper production at one time.

They have logging rights which helps keep the price of paper down for there newspapers.

The conservation groups were trying to get hemp to be grown as it is a better paper and rope product.

The hearst family saved a lot of money logging there own properties. The Kimberly Clark division of there company would stand to loose 83 percent of production from Hemp growth

Stampede Lake 1970 sierra Nevada

Donna Ann Lass (November 3, 1944 – c.1970) was a nurse who went missing in September 1970.

Lake Tahoe

Brush Creek Reservoir

Brush Creek Dam 1970\

Castaic Lake Castaic Dam 1973

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Castaic Lake

Location

Los Angeles County, California

Coordinates

34.5247°N 118.5876°WCoordinates34.5247°N 118.5876°W

Primary inflows

California Aqueduct

Basin countries

United States

Water volume

100,000 acre·ft (120,000 dam³)

Castaic Lake is an artificial lake on Castaic Creek formed by Castaic Dam, in northwestern Los Angeles County, California, near the town ofCastaic. The 100,000 acre·ft (120,000,000 m3) lake with a surface elevation of approximately 1,500 feet (460 m) above sea level is the terminus of the West Branch of the California Aqueduct, though some comes from the 154 square miles (400 km2watershed above the dam. Theaqueduct water comes from Pyramid Lake through a pipeline and is used to power Castaic Power Plant, on the northern end of the lake. In addition, the lake is the lower reservoir in a pumped-storage hydroelectric system. Water is pumped back up to Pyramid Lake at night, when electricity demand and cost is low. During the day, when prices and demand are high, the water is let back down. Water from the lake is distributed throughout the northern portion of the Greater Los Angeles Area. Some water is released into Castaic

Lagoon below the dam, which drains into Castaic Creek. The creek flows south until it meets the Santa Clara River, a few miles west of Santa Clarita.

Castaic Lake is a de facto replacement reservoir for the St. Francis Dam, which was located in San Francisquito Canyon, the next canyon to the east. The St. Francis Dam collapsed in 1928, with the resulting flood killing over 400 people in the Santa Clara River Valley.


Pyramid Lake  1973

is an artificial lake formed by Pyramid Dam on Piru Creek, near Castaic, California. The 222,000 m3 (180 acre·ft) reservoir lies on the border between the Angeles National Forest and the Los Padres National Forest in the northwestern portion of Los Angeles County.

The 118 m (387 ft) earth and rock dam was built by the California Department of Water Resources and was completed in 1973. Pyramid Lake is part of the California Aqueduct, which is part of the California State Water Project. Downstream is Castaic Lake, which is the terminus of the west branch of the aqueduct. Pyramid and Castaic act as the upper and lower reservoirs for a 1,495 megawatt pumped storage hydroelectric plant. It is the deepest lake in the California Water Project system. Its name comes from the Pyramid Rock, created when a ridge was cut through in 1932 by the Ridge Route Alternate (US 99). Pyramid Rock still exists directly in front of the dam.[1]

Pyramid Lake offers boating, fishing, jet skiing and picnic areas (including 5 unique sites that are accessible only by boat), and courtesy docks.[2]

Eastman lake buchannon dam 1975 near redding California

Orange Grove/ Visalia, CA

Donna Richmond murdered after a

sexual assault (still virginal);

Hensley Lake hidden Dam 1974 completed1975

Hensley Lake, central California

Hensley Lake is created by Hidden Dam on the Fresno River in Madera County, California and is used for flood control, irrigation and recreation purposes. Construction was completed in 1975. Its normal surface area is 2.5 square miles. It is owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

1974

Jennifer Lynn Armour (15) last seen on

Demaree near K-Mart; found floating inthe Friant-Kern Canal in Exeter

than 1/2 mile from where Donna

Richmond’s body found in Orange

Grove). Unsolved.

Indian Valley reservoir 1976

Lake Perris 1973

Arlis Perry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arlis Perry, a newlywed 19-year-old North Dakota native, was killed in Stanford Memorial Church on the grounds of Stanford University on October 12, 1974. Her murder remains unsolvedas of late 2009.

She was found murdered with an ice pick in the church in the early morning hours of October 13, 1974. Perry was sexually assaulted with altar candles.[1]

David Berkowitz, the notorious “Son of Sam” killer from New York City, mentioned the Perry murder in a few letters, suggesting that he heard details of the crime from “Manson II”, the culprit. In the San Jose Mercury News, Jessie Seyfer noted that “investigators interviewed [Berkowitz] in prison and now believe he has nothing of value to offer” regarding the Perry case.[2]

Her murder is notable because she is among a small but important genre of murders, which is women killed at elite universities, possibly by known or inside assailants. A second notable slaying in this category was that of Annie Le at Yale in September, 2009.[3]

Martis Valley 1972

New Lake 1976

Calaveras County, California1979

Stanford watershed

The Stanford-owned mid-section of this watershed is characterized by a mix of open space and development. This upper portion of the watershed includes low density residential, commercial, recreational (Stanford Golf Course and equestrian facilities), scientific (Stanford Linear Accelerator and Jasper Ridge Biological Reserve), and agricultural land uses. Downstream from Junipero Serra Boulevard, the watershed is dominated by high-density residential and commercial land uses. Generally, the creeks support a 25- to 75-meter-wide band of riparian vegetation: willows, bay laurels, redwoods, alders, cottonwoods, dogwoods, valley oaks, and coast live oaks. This riparian zone is limited in extent by adjacent land use and topography.

Stanford has three functioning water diversion facilities in the San Francisquito Creek system: Searsville Dam and Reservoir, located downstream from the confluence of Corte Madera Creek and Sausal Creek; Los Trancos diversion on Los Trancos Creek, near the intersection of Arastradero and Alpine roads; and an in-channel pumping station, located in San Francisquito Creek near the Stanford Golf Course, south of the Junipero Serra Boulevard/Alpine Road intersection. Another dam and diversion facility called the Lagunita diversion dam facility, located on San Francisquito Creek approximately 4,300 feet south of Junipero Serra Boulevard, is currently not in service but has historically also served as a diversion facility to the campus. http://hcp.stanford.edu/sfcreek.html

February 1973
Deputies found the body of Leslie Marie Perlov ‘72 in the foothills behind the Stanford campus on Feb. 16, 1973. Perlov, age 21, had been strangled to death three days earlier in a case that remains unsolved to this day. According to Lera, the Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate it as a cold case.

Perlov, who graduated in 1972 with a degree in history, had been admitted to several law schools and was working as a legal secretary before she died. She was found in a wooded gully on unincorporated Stanford land near the intersection of Stanford Ave. and Junipero Serra Blvd., her scarf “wrapped tightly around her throat” and “her blue skirt pulled up to her waist.” Perlov was not sexually molested and investigators saw no sign of a struggle near where her body was found.

“She had to walk there,” said Capt. Frank Mosunic. “She wasn’t dragged.”

Her car was discovered parked about three-quarters of a mile away, on Old Page Mill Rd. A week after Perlov’s strangling, The Daily reported that detectives were investigating numerous leads to little avail.

“So far we don’t have one specific suspect or clue,” Mosunic said.

September 1973
On the morning of Sept. 11, 1973, then-junior David Levine, a physics major, left the physics department at approximately 1 a.m. to return to his apartment in Mirrielees. An early morning jogger found his body on a walkway just east of Meyer Library; Levine, who hailed from Ithaca, N.Y., had been stabbed in the back and side 15 times with a long knife sometime between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m.

Investigators found no sign of a struggle — indicating Levine was taken by surprise — and ruled out robbery and personal motives as possible motives for the murder. Two weeks after Levine’s death, Santa Clara County sheriff’s detectives and Stanford Department of Public Safety officers remained “baffled” by the murder.

“If a motive isn’t established for the murder of David S. Levine, then there’s a possibility that a maniac is on the loose,” said Stanford Public Safety Capt. Frank Benederet in a Sept. 24 Daily article.

The article also noted that the Sheriff’s office and the Department of Public Safety had increased their on-campus night patrols, and that eight to 10 investigators from the Sheriff’s office were working on solving the case. Four months later, detectives still had no leads and no suspects, and they offered a $10,000 reward for “information leading to the arrest and conviction of Levine’s killer.”

Former San Francisco mayor Joseph Alioto allegedly theorized that Levine’s murder was “the work of a cult called the Death Angels that was also supposedly responsible for the so-called Zebra street killings in San Francisco,” and an October 1974 Daily article claimed that police had not ruled this theory out.
Today, the case remains an unsolved cold case, and the sheriff’s office is not currently pursuing any active leads, Lera said.

March 1974
Janet Ann Taylor, age 21, was hitchhiking back to her home in La Honda after visiting friends on campus. Taylor, daughter of former Athletic Director Chuck Taylor, was last seen around 7 p.m. at the intersection of Mayfield Ave. and Junipero Serra Blvd. Her body was found the next morning three miles from the Stanford campus, in a roadside ditch on Sand Hill Rd.

Like Perlov, Taylor was strangled (although by hand instead of with a scarf) but not sexually molested. Investigators at the time speculated about a possible link between the cases.

“Both were barefoot when their bodies were found, and both had been wearing raincoats,” The Daily reported. “Both women had been carrying purses, which were not found with the bodies.”

A year after Taylor’s murder, there were still no suspects, according to a San Mateo County sheriff’s official.

“We really don’t know who we’re looking for,” Sheriff’s Inspector Rudy Siemssen told the Palo Alto Times shortly after Taylor’s strangling. “We have no motive. She apparently had no money in her purse, although you could speculate that robbery was a motive. It’s a rough one.”

October 1974
Arlis Perry had never been away from home before following her husband Bruce, then a sophomore pre-med student, to California from Bismarck, N.D. The night of Saturday, Oct. 12, the newlyweds were walking around campus disputing the air pressure in their car’s tires. They parted ways, and she went to pray at Memorial Church, a frequent place of meditation for the two.

“It wasn’t unusual for her to be at church, except that she was killed,” Bruce Perry said.

He reported her missing at 3 a.m. and again at 6:55 a.m. Around 5:45 a.m., the 19-year-old’s body was found near the altar, half-hidden under a pew, by a security guard opening the church for services.

Arlis Perry lay face up on the floor of the east transept, nude from the waist down and violated by two-foot-long candles carefully removed from the candleholders. There was no sign of a violent struggle and, except for the missing candles, Dean of the Chapel Robert G. H. Kelly said that the church’s pulpit had not been disturbed.

The coroner’s report revealed that Arlis Perry died around midnight, following ice pick wounds to the back of her head. She had not been raped. Two days after the murder, investigators had no suspects. A spokesman for the Santa Clara County sheriff’s office told The Daily that the case was “definitely a sex murder,” but that there was “no evidence to support theories of a ritualistic ‘black mass’ slaying.”

The case is still unsolved. A 2004 San Jose Mercury News article noted that Santa Clara County sheriff’s detectives worked on the case for hundreds of hours. Bruce Perry was ruled out as a suspect, along with various individuals who had access to the church at the time of Arlis Perry’s murder. According to Lera, the Sheriff’s Office Cold Case Homicide Unit is “actively continuing the investigation.”

“We have DNA evidence, but nothing’s come back yet,” Lera said. “We’re hoping with the new DNA laws — with all felony arrests getting into the system — we’ll eventually get a hit on that.”

The couple, married fewer than two months before the crime, lived in an Escondido Village apartment. Arlis Perry had been working as a receptionist at a Palo Alto law firm for two weeks before her death.

July 1976
Adhesive tape was the weapon of choice in the murder of 25-year-old Edward McNeill, a postdoctoral researcher in chemistry. In the fifth unsolved murder of a Stanford community member in three years, McNeill was bound with adhesive tape and strangled in his Menlo Park apartment. His landlady and a friend found McNeill on July 20, and coroners declared that he had been dead for approximately two days.

August 1978
In a murder that Dean of Humanities and Sciences Halsey Royden called “completely inexplicable,” graduate student Theodore Streleski murdered Math Prof. Karel deLeeuw in August 1978. Streleski turned himself in within 12 hours and ultimately served seven years in prison following his conviction for second-degree murder based on diminished capacity.

A janitor making cleaning rounds discovered deLeeuw dead in his office in the late afternoon of Aug. 18, 1978.

According to The Daily, Streleski told Santa Clara County sheriff’s deputies: “I am concerned about an individual on the Stanford campus who is seriously injured or dead. I want his relatives to know or be notified. I hit him over the head with a hammer. It’s in the bag over there near the door. There’s some blood on it. It’s in a plastic bag. There is also a roll of Scotch tape which I used to place a sign on his doorway entrance.”

Although deLeeuw was Streleski’s course adviser 10 years earlier, the two had not been in touch since Streleski finished his coursework a decade prior.

A month after the murder, a motive had yet to be established. At his trial, Streleski said “he killed the professor for making derogatory remarks about his appearance and for interfering with his study of mathematics,” according to a 1984 New York Times article. Streleski spent 19 years pursuing his doctoral degree.

Streleski said he was “noncommittal as to whether I will go back to Stanford and kill again,” reported The Campus Report. As a result, then-University President Donald Kennedy advocated for Streleski to be paroled “in a venue not near Stanford, as was planned, but rather at some distance from it” to make it more difficult for Streleski to come near campus.

As Streleski confessed, deLeeuw died as a result of repeated blows to his skull with a blunt instrument. An index card reading “No office hours today; family emergency” was taped to deLeeuw’s office door, and deputies found a sledgehammer, a roll of tape and index cards in Streleski’s bag.

http://www.stanforddaily.com/2008/10/31/a-history-of-violence-stanfords-murderous-past/.

the natural consequence of all this eager but delusional demotion of humanity, is murder and mayhem by environmentalists, or attraction to environmentalism by

leSierra Club

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierra_Club
The Sierra Club is the oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States.[2] It was founded on May 28, 1892 in San Francisco, California by the conservationist and preservationist John Muir, who became its first president. The Sierra Club has hundreds of thousands of members in chapters located throughout the US,

John Muir

No list of famous environmentalists would be complete without mentioning John Muir. He was an outspoken advocate for the preservation of wilderness, particularly in the western states. His writings and campaigns are credited to preserving Yosemite Valley and Sequoia National Park along with being a key factor for preservation efforts elsewhere in the western states. His work greatly influenced people such as Theodore Roosevelt, as well as many future environmentalists.

Weather Underground

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weather_Underground

Bill Ayers

vane/vān/

Noun:
  1. A broad blade attached to a rotating axis or wheel that pushes or is pushed by wind or water and forms part of a machine or device such…
  2. The flat part on either side of the shaft of a feather.

Notice the Bomb diagram from Zodiac letters? the weather Underground was very involved with Bombings. Was this a reference to them?
Sequoia National Park Squatters

There is little information on  the Sequia national park squatters. I know there was a lot of protest about the red canyon dam

it started in 1974 at the same time as the ransacker. Redwood forest- red canyon dam too much coincidence with RED.

They were throwing chesterfields and weird things into the river to protest.

Ted Kaczynski member of ELF

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

“Unabomber” redirects here. For other uses, see Unabomber (disambiguation).
He was born in ChicagoIllinois, where, as an intellectual child prodigy, he excelled academically from an early age. Kaczynski was accepted into Harvard University at the age of 16, where he earned an undergraduate degree, and later earned a PhD in mathematics from the University of Michigan. He became an assistant professor at the University of California, Berkeley at age 25, but resigned two years later.Theodore John “Ted” Kaczynski (pronounced /kəˈzɪnski/; born May 22, 1942), also known as the Unabomber (University and Airline Bomber), is an American mathematiciansocial criticanarchist, and Neo-Luddite[1] who engaged in a mail bombing spree that spanned nearly 20 years, killing three people and injuring 23 others.

In 1971, he moved to a remote cabin without electricity or running water, in Lincoln, Montana, where he lived as a recluse while learningsurvival skills in an attempt to become self-sufficient.[2] He decided to start a bombing campaign after watching the wilderness around his home being destroyed by development.[2] From 1978 to 1995, Kaczynski sent 16 bombs to targets including universities and airlines, killing three people and injuring 23. Kaczynski sent a letter to The New York Times on April 24, 1995 and promised “to desist from terrorism” if theTimes or The Washington Post published his manifesto. In his Industrial Society and Its Future (also called the “Unabomber Manifesto”), he argued that his bombings were extreme but necessary to attract attention to the erosion of human freedom necessitated by modern technologies requiring large-scale organization.

The Unabomber was the target of one of the Federal Bureau of Investigation‘s (FBI) most costly investigations. Before Kaczynski’s identity was known, the FBI used the handle “UNABOM” (“UNiversity and Airline BOMber”) to refer to his case, which resulted in the media calling him the Unabomber. Despite the FBI’s efforts, he was not caught as a result of this investigation. Instead, his brother’s wife and his brother recognized Kaczynski’s style of writing and beliefs from the manifesto, and tipped off the FBI.[3] Kaczynski’s lawyers were court appointed, but he eventually dismissed them because they wanted to plead insanity in order to avoid the death penalty, and Kaczynski did not believe he was insane. Once it was sure that he would be defending himself on national television the court entered a plea agreement, under which he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole. Theodore Kaczynski has been designated a “domestic terrorist” by the FBI.[4] Some anarchist authors, such as John Zerzan and John Moore, have come to his defense, while holding some reservations about his actions and ideas.[5][6][7]

he was involved with the Redwood forest and also Elf

symbanese liberation army who were involved with ALF and ELF

a Phantom group is a leaderless resistance.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leaderless_resistance

so maybe  a red phantom would be a environmental group from red wood forest or red canyon Dam

Red Phantom leader less resistance. Maybe Red Phantom meant Squeaky Fromme? After all she was head of the Manson family. After all her name was “Red”

so if this is the case about radical environmentalists being involved it would also link the Unabomber because he was involved with ELF

ELF is the enviromental group that Kysinski was involved with and get this Anton Levays group had a fellow named

Adam Parfrey feral house publishing who publishes Theodore Ted Kysinskis books and essays on enviromentalism.

Mount Diablo was a huge water shed issue as it forms the Sanquanquine and Sacramento river.

Visilia was near the dam that was being protested in Sequia national forrest.

here is another link on how manson and his followers are involved in the enviroment

http://www.groundzeromedia.org/prey-for-global-sustainability/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Berkowitz

In the Donna Lass murder the lumber company that owned the development the ‘Peek through the Pines”  card was mailed from the company that ran ” Forest Pines”  at Incline was Boise Cascade corp.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boise_Cascade

A lumber company with purchases that affected the Red Wood forests….n 1969 the Union Lumber Company was purchased by Boise Cascade

was this about ” Radical conservationism” ?and was Charles Manson the Victim?  This meaning because he had been arrested they were continuing to fight back?Was the Manson family continuing to be active and who was behind a series of cold cases that recurring in the California Area?

All of the streets in Visalia where robbing and attacks happened form a circle around the San Francisco Chronicle building. Is the watch we see in murders a reference to the clock on the tower at building?

The Hearst family have an estate in

Wyntoon, a 67,000 acre estate on the McCloud River in Northern California. You see Mt Shasta from property..

The Hearst family was at war with the conservationists who were trying to stop them from logging Wyntoon, a 67,000 acre estate on the McCloud River in Northern California. They have other properties too they log. I believe where Hearst castle is the Red wood forest was logged for paper production at one time.

They have logging rights which helps keep the price of paper down for there newspapers.

The conservation groups were trying to get hemp to be grown as it is a better paper and rope product. The hearst family was at war with the conservationists who were trying to stop them from logging Wyntoon, a 67,000 acre estate on the McCloud River in Northern california. They have other properties too they log. I believe where hearst castle is the Red wood forest was logged for paper production at one time.

They have logging rights which helps keep the price of paper down for there newspapers.

The conservation groups were trying to get hemp to be grown as it is a better paper and rope product.

The hearst family saved a lot of money logging there own properties. The Kimberly Clark division of there company would stand to loose 83 percent of production from Hemp growth

The Hearst family saved a lot of money logging there own properties. The Kimberly Clark division of there company would stand to loose 83 percent of production from Hemp growth.

Visalia and area are one of the most endangered forest areas of the world with the redwoods and Sequoias.

I am wondering if Visalia wasn’t a bullying to get them to back off..

They were not real environmentally friendly about logging practices. They just moved to different areas to log.

The Sierra club was campaigning for Redwood forest to be preserved as national park. Remember this  also had to do with water conservation with water sheds and endangerment of trout and salmon ( almost wiped out) and dam building.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eco-terrorism

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redwood_Summer

Sandra Godd is an enviromentalist as is Manson ATWA is there name they link into Elf which links Ted kysynski

and Elf is also a man named Bill AYers (The weather Underground)

Bill Ayers is involved with an organization called “The Joyce Foundation” that helps support enviromental issues.

Barack Obama sat on the board of the JOYCE FOUNDATION, he “funneled” thousands of charity dollars to a guy named John Ayers, who runs a dubious education fund. Yes, you guessed it. The brother of Bill Ayers, the terrorist.

Another founder of ShoreBank was Ronald Grzywinski, a cohort and close friend of Jimmy Carter.

The former ShoreBank Vice Chairman was a man called Bob Nash. He was the deputy campaign manager of Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid. He also sat on the board of the Chicago Law School with Obama and Bill Ayers, the former terrorist. Nash was also a member of Obama‘s White House transition team.

Howard Stanback is a board member of ShoreBank. He is a former board chairman of the Woods Foundation. Obamaand Bill Ayers, the terrorist, also sat on the board of the Woods Foundation. Stanback was formerly employed by New Kenwood Inc. a real estate development company co-owned by Tony Rezko.

Tony Rezco has direct connections to the  Chigago mafia Gambinos Bonannos and Gotti family.

(You will remember that Tony Rezko was the guy who gave Obama an amazing sweet deal on his new house. Years prior to this, the law firm of Davis, Miner, Barnhill & Galland had represented Rezko’s company and helped him get more than 43 million dollars in government funding. Guess who worked as a lawyer at the firm at the time. Yes, Barack Obama)

http://sutherlandsalute.blogspot.com/2010/08/barky-spook-closer-look-at-barack-obama.html

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