Saturday, June 5, 2010

Notaro vs Spitzberg Appeal Notaro What was Lavely and Singers involvement- Request for TRO supposedly on May 5th of 2008

 Appeals judges in bold:
Both Notaro and Spitzberg are performers at comedy clubs. On May 5, 2008, Notaro filed a petition for a restraining order to stop harassment by Spitzberg. The petition, supported by Notaro's declaration, sought protection for Notaro and three friends who lived with her. On May 5, 2008, the trial court issued a temporary restraining order against Spitzberg and an order to show cause setting the matter for a hearing on May 28, 2008. 

Please look at this carefully: This was called to the attention of the appellate judges.

Affidavit and signature under penalty of perjury- missing from criminal file, and never mentioned by Gregozek,anyone from the Threat management unit, Allison Siever from Lavely and Singer,  or the city attorney- or anyone prosecuting Alisa Spitzberg from August 25th 2008 to March 23rd 2010

First, please take note of all the ex partes. Then take note of the parties involved, and how her lawyer, Allison Sievers from Lavely and Singer is listed. Then, please take note of the roommates that she lists as living with her. Then, please take note how she here says here I am "Physcially pushing people in line." Take note that she is accusing me repeatedly of violence and of stalking and that one doesn't have to pay money to the court if that really is the case. Take note that she requesting lawyers fees. Also the age on this has been manipulated after the fact.
Then please take note of the handwritign as that too will play a part.

It was granted ex parte on that day based on the information Notaro and her lawyer filed.

 find pg  4 -what is on say on pg 4- look for it and look at signatures and what Rosenberg says.  -Show discovery supplied by City Attorney of Los Angeles(missing all kinds of things time and tiem again. Show transcript and signatures etc.
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