There Has Been No Outreach For This Fraud
The massive fraud that has been perpetrated on the residents of Victor Heights, El Pueblo, and Solano Canyon that is the HCNC subdivision application looks like it will continue right up to the equally-fraudulent election tomorrow.
In this latest lie that has been told by Angelica Lopez Moyes, wherein she claimed falsely that her subdivision application had been endorsed by Cathedral High School, Martin Farfan, the President of Cathedral, refutes the lie in the following email:
The woman who is doing all the leg work for the subdivision approached Br. John last week and asked to host a community meeting to give information before the election. The only two people who attended the meeting were Br. John and I. The short story is that we are not in support of the subdivision [emphasis added]. We informed her that in our opinion there was no outreach in our community prior to putting it on the ballot for this Thursday election. Cathedral has been in the Solano Canyon since 1925 and Br. John and I have been at Cathedral over 20 years and first heard about the subdivision last week. Hopefully the subdivision doesn't pass! [emphasis added]
In other words, Angelica Lopez Moyes and her co-conspirators once again are telling a boldface lie. Asside from Brother John and the President of Cathedral, no one attended the meeting that Ms. Moyes claims is outreach. She apparently understands that, if she tells the same lie loudly enough and enough times, then perhaps enough people will believe it that her ill-conceived and entirely fraudulent HCNC subdivision application will pass. She can only hope to accomplish this fraud with the collusion of Mike Fong of DONE, and with the tacit approval of Carmen Hawkins, the Assistant City Attorney.
It is really worth reading about what a liar and a fraud Angelica Lopez Moyes really is here.
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Lawrence Bouett is a retired research scientist and registered professional engineer who now conducts historical and genealogical research full-time. A ninth-generation Californian, his primary historical research interests are Los Angeles in general and the Stone Quarry Hills in particular. His ancestors arrived in California with Portolá in 1769 and came to Los Angeles from Mission San Gabriel with the pobladores on September 4, 1781.
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