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1 M O R N I N G S E S S I O N

2

3 (Whereupon, the following takes place in the

4 absence of the jury.)

5 THE COURT: We received a telephone call from

6 James Lennon, L E N N O N, alternate juror number 3, that

7 his father died over the weekend. The funeral is today.

8 He very much would like to remain in the case, he says.

9 And offers the suggestion that when he comes in tomorrow

10 he reads the transcripts. He will read every word, he

11 says, and be able to continue on the trial. It is an

12 original idea.

13 I do not intend to lose an entire day waiting for

14 alternate juror number three. However, he has an original

15 idea that he can catch up by reading the transcript.

16 Of course, there is some problem with that. The

17 problem is he is not going to be able to hear or see the

18 witnesses, which is a big problem for me.

19 MR. TRABULUS: Also, your Honor, is there a

20 version of the transcript available with the sidebars

21 eliminated?

22 THE COURT: That's true. I think we will have to

23 excuse alternate juror number three. Any objection to
24 that?
25 MR. TRABULUS: No.

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1 THE COURT: Is the jury here?

2 THE CLERK: I will check.

3 THE COURT: I am going to have the courtroom

4 deputy clerk tell the jurors that this alternate juror is

5 excused because he has a death in the family, namely, his

6 father died. Any objection to that?

7 MR. TRABULUS: No.

8 THE COURT: Okay.

9 The reason I am having her tell them that because

10 they will ask where he is, why isn't he here?

11 MR. NELSON: Your Honor, on a scheduling issue

12 with respect to tomorrow morning for one second.

13 Mr. Osman has a doctor's appointment for tomorrow

14 morning at eight a.m. He believes he can be here by 9:30

15 without difficulty. He cancelled the appointment on three

16 occasions, he had a CAT scan and MRI done of his stomach.

17 He has been ill for a while. The doctor felt it important

18 to visit with him tomorrow morning. Can we possibly start

19 at ten a.m. to assure that Mr. Osman is here on time?

20 THE COURT: Yes.

21 MR. NELSON: Thank you, your Hono r.

22 THE CLERK: Jury entering.

23 (Whereupon, the jury at this time entered the
24 courtroom.)
25 THE COURT: Good morning, members of the jury.

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1 Please be seated.

2 Thank you again for your punctuality, patience

3 and continued persistent dedication.

4 I was trying to get another P in there, but

5 couldn't do it.

6 As you know we have lost one of our alternate

7 jurors due to the death of his father over the weekend.

8 Let's proceed.

9 MS. SCOTT: The government calls Ms. Pincham to

10 the stand.

11 THE CLERK: Please raise your right hand.

12

13 W I L M A P I N C H A M,

14 called as a witness, having been first

15 duly sworn, was examined and testified

16 as follows:

17

18 THE CLERK: Please state your name and spell y our

19 last name slowly for the record.

20 THE WITNESS: Wilma Pincham, P I N C H A M.

21

22 DIRECT EXAMINATION

23 BY MS. SCOTT:
24 Q Good morning, Ms. Pincham.
25 A Good morning.

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1 Q Can you tell us where you live?

2 A I live in Yelm, Y E L M, Washington.

3 THE COURT: The State of Washington?

4 THE WITNESS: The State of Washington, sir.

5 Q What did you do for a living?

6 A I am a counselor, and my husband and I own and

7 operate a child placing agency in the State of Washington.

8 Q Can you tell us what your job involves?

9 A My husband and I recruit, and I do the training of

10 foster parents to train them to be therapeutic foster

11 parents. And then we take the state's children that are

12 severely, severely disturbed. We place those children in

13 the foster homes and we do all the counselling and

14 monitoring to help those children succeed.

15 Q Can you tell us how this organization began?

16 A When I was 19 I adopted two little boys, one three,

17 and one almost five. I was pregnant with my first child.

18 Six months later I had my first baby, 14 months later I

19 had my second baby, and 12 months later I had my third.

20 By the time I was 22 I had five children. From that point

21 on we took in other people's children, and then we became

22 legal foster parents, and then decided that there must be

23 other people who cared as much as we did about children,
24 so we began to recruit those to help us with the kids.
25 Q How long has your organization been in existence?

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1 A The PACT Agency itself.

2 THE COURT: The what agency?

3 THE WITNESS: The PACT, P A C T, acronym for

4 Parent and Child Togetherness, agency was formed in 1988.

5 Q Have you ever heard of a company called Who's Who

6 Worldwide?

7 A Yes, ma'am, I had.

8 Q Did you eventually purchase a membership of that

9 company?

10 A Yes.

11 Q And approximately when were you first contacted?

12 A In late November, 1992 I received a letter saying

13 that I had been nominated to become a member of Who's Who

14 Worldwide and there was a card there that I filled out and

15 sent back in.

16 Q I am showing you Government's Exhibit 3-D, as in

17 Doctor, for identification.

18 (Handed to the witness.)

19 Do you recognize that?

20 A Yes, I do, the card I filled in and sent back. It is

21 my handwriting.

22 MS. SCOTT: I offer Government's Exhibit 3-D, as

23 in Doctor?
24 THE COURT: Any objection?
25 MR. TRABULUS: No.

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1 THE COURT: Government's Exhibit 3-D, for Dog, in

2 evidence.

3 (Government's Exhibit 3-D received in evidence.)

4 Q Can you take a look at the back of the post cards and

5 tell us what the postmark says?

6 A November 27th, 1992, Olympia, Washington.

7 Q If you take a look at the front of the card, in the

8 lower right-hand corner there is a code printed at the

9 bottom.

10 A It says G A group dash L.

11 MS. SCOTT: Thank you.

12 May I publish Government's Exhibit 3-D?

13 THE COURT: Yes.

14 (Whereupon, the exhibit/exhibits were published

15 to the jury.)

16 Q Now, Ms. Pincham, what happened after you sent back

17 that postcard?

18 A In early December of the same year I got a telephone

19 call from a lady identifying herself as a member of the

20 company.

21 Q And what happened in that conversation?

22 A She told me she had received the card back and she

23 was calling to conduct an interview. I asked her how
24 originally she had gotten my name. She said I had been
25 nominated by someone who considered me outstanding in my

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1 profession or field.

2 I asked her who it was.

3 She said she was not allowed to tell me. Several

4 times I asked her how did they get my nomination.

5 She told me either someone who held me in the

6 very highest esteem nominated me, or else a member of the

7 organization itself had nominated me.

8 She told me that several benefits were part of

9 the membership, if I purchased a membership. And that I

10 would receive a free trip back to New York. I would

11 receive a magazine. I would receive free seminars and

12 work shops, and I would receive a plaque, and I would also

13 receive my name in the Who's Who global business leaders

14 in a book that they published.

15 I asked her how did people -- the first people

16 get started? And she didn't answer that. She did tell me

17 that most of the people who were nominated were rejected.

18 She did tell me it was a very prestigious award. Only the

19 cream of the crop got to be members.

20 I purchased a membership.

21 Q What, if anything, else did she say about how the

22 company got its members?

23 A Again, strictly by someone holding in you the highest
24 esteem and nominating you, or by a member of the
25 organization nominating you.

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1 Q Of the things she told you, what was the most

2 important thing that led to your purchase?

3 A The fact that someone thought enough about me to

4 nominate me for something I considered to be such an

5 honor.

6 Q What did you expect to do with such a membership?

7 A Part of having the name in the book, would have been

8 that there would be other people running the same type of

9 organization and agency that we have across the United

10 States to brain storm, get ideas. The other was just so

11 that the plaque could be on the wall, to let the person

12 who nominated me to see that, yes, I won.

13 Q Now, how, if at all, did your belief that you and the

14 other members had been nominated relate to your perception

15 of the value of this membership?

16 A Almost all of it for me was there, other than, like I

17 said, the free work shops. The same time that was

18 happening I was nominated for other awards in the state

19 and locality in which I reside. And because of what I do,

20 I like to know that I am not letting people down, so that

21 if they cared enough to nominate me for it, then I cared

22 enough for them to follow through.

23 Q So, if your name had been obtained not by nomination,
24 but by a mailing list, would that have affected your
25 decision to make a purchase?

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1 A I wouldn't have purchased.

2 Q And why is that?

3 A Because mailing lists can be from purchasing a pair

4 of nylons to going down a telephone list in a telephone

5 book. It has nothing to do with someone caring anything

6 about you.

7 Q How much did you pay for your membership?

8 A $290, plus seven dollars shipping.

9 Q How did you pay for it?

10 A With my credit card.

11 Q I am showing you Exhibit 3-B, do you recognize that?

12 A Yes, a copy of the invoice I received showing where

13 the $297 had been charged to my credit card.

14 MS. SCOTT: I offer Government's Exhibit 3-B.

15 THE COURT: Any objection?

16 MR. TRABULUS: No.

17 THE COURT: Government's Exhibit 3-B, for Boy, in

18 evidence.

19 (Government's Exhibit 3-B received in evidence.)

20 Q What is the date on that invoice?

21 A 12/17/92.

22 Q And you say that that invoice reflects your purchase

23 of the membership from Who's Who Worldwide?
24 A Yes, ma'am.
25 Q I am also showing you Government's Exhibit 3-C, which

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1 is in evidence.

2 (Handed to the witness.)

3 Q Now, does that document reflect personal information

4 about you?

5 A Yes, it does.

6 Q What do you see there relating to yourself?

7 A I see -- it looks like the information I was asked on

8 the telephone, as my name, and title, current

9 organization, my address, business phone number, and then

10 some personal information about myself.

11 Q If you look at the upper right-hand corner, do you

12 see a name appearing there?

13 A Yes, ma'am.

14 Q Can you read the name aloud to us?

15 A I believe it says Annette Colby or Holby. I can't

16 make out for sure the first letter of the name.

17 MS. SCOTT: Your Honor, may I publish 3-C and

18 3-B?

19 THE COURT: Yes.

20 (Whereupon, the exhibit/exhibits were published

21 to the jury.)

22 Q Now, did you receive a plaque, Ms. Pincham?

23 A Yes.
24 Q Did you receive a directory?
25 A No.

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1 Q Can you tell us the circumstances of the non-receipt

2 of the directory?

3 A When the lady first had spoken to me she told me I

4 would receive a free directory. Since it was already the

5 early part of December of '92, it was too late for my name

6 to go into that year's directory, because they have to be

7 turned in earlier in the year in order to print it on

8 time, so I would receive my free directory in December of

9 '93.

10 Q And what happened in 1993 relative to your directory?

11 A I received another bill for $97 from Who's Who.

12 Q What did you do when you received this bill?

13 A I wrote a letter across the bottom of it saying that

14 they had told me in the beginning that the directory was

15 free. I had al ready paid for the entire amount, and I was

16 not sending them any more money. I wanted my directory.

17 Q Now, did you have an opportunity to look at the

18 invoice, Government's Exhibit 3-B, before you testified?

19 A Yes, I did.

20 Q And were you asked to read the blue box at the bottom

21 of that invoice, the warning in the blue box?

22 A Yes.

23 Q And did that warning say in substance that you would
24 be billed separately for the registry later on?
25 A Yes, it did. But I did not receive that over the

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1 telephone. I did not receive that until after my credit

2 card had already been charged. And that was not said over

3 the telephone. That did not appear until it came in on my

4 invoice and was not even part of the original deal.

5 Q Now, did you receive a ny of the other items original

6 promised?

7 A No.

8 Q Were you contacted again?

9 A No, not after I wrote the letter back.

10 Q Were you ever contacted by anybody claiming to be a

11 member of Who's Who Worldwide who wished to network with

12 you?

13 A No, ma'am.

14 Q Finally going back to what you said earlier, you

15 mentioned you were told about a free trip to New York.

16 A Yes.

17 Q Can you explain in a little more detail what you were

18 told about that trip?

19 A That it would be a special dinner and we would be

20 brought back free to it and honored at the dinner. The

21 new members would be presented and honored at the dinner.

22 MS. SCOTT: Thank you, Ms. Pincham.

23 I have no further questions.
24
25

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1 CROSS-EXAMINATION

2 BY MR. TRABULUS:

3 Q Good morning, Ms. Pincham. My name is Norman

4 Trabulus and I represent the person seated next to me, who

5 is Bruce Gordon.

6 A Good morning.

7 Q I gather you have received awards and recognition for

8 the work you have done?

9 A Yes.

10 Q And I gather you have helped a lot of people in your

11 work?

12 A I hope so, sir.

13 Q And I think we will agree that you are someone who is

14 deserving of recognition for what you have accomplished.

15 A Thank you, sir.

16 Q Now, I think your testimony here was that your first

17 contact was by receiving a letter and a card?

18 A Yes, sir.

19 Q And do you recall that you had at one point received

20 a questionnaire from the United States Postal Service?

21 A After that, yes.

22 Q Certainly, after that. And you filled it out?

23 A Yes, sir.
24 Q And do you recall that you were asked a question in
25 that concerning how you were contacted?

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1 A Yes, sir.

2 Q And do you recall in response to that, writing in

3 telephone call originally, and then through the mail?

4 A Yes, sir.

5 Q And --

6 A Yes, sir, I wrote that.

7 Q And at the time you wrote that, was that your

8 recollection as to how you were first contacted?

9 A Yes, sir, because I was doing it actually in a

10 hurry. I had no idea what was happening, other than

11 simply answering a questionnaire.

12 Q But at the point in time you answered the

13 questionnaire, that's the way you remembered it?

14 A Yes, it was.

15 Q After that did you have occasion to discuss that with

16 anyone from the -- any postal i nspector over the telephone

17 or in person?

18 A Yes, sir.

19 Q And did you have occasion to discuss that with either

20 Ms. Scott, or Mr. White, who is the gentleman sitting to

21 her right?

22 A Yes, sir.

23 Q And when was the most recent time you first discussed
24 that subject, as to whether you were contacted by
25 telephone or by mail with them?

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1 A The first time that Mr. Al, I am not sure I am

2 pronouncing his name right, Pagano.

3 Q When was the most recent time you discussed that?

4 A That was the most recent time I discussed that, sir.

5 Q All right.

6 Has any one of them told you that from a mailing

7 list, there is no way that Who's Who Worldwide would have

8 had access to your telephone number?

9 A No, sir.

1 0 Q Has anybody from them told you that if in fact you

11 had been telephoned first before receiving anything by

12 mail, it would indicate that your name had been submitted

13 to Who's Who Worldwide by another member?

14 A No, sir.

15 Q And when was the first time -- withdrawn.

16 It was about a year after you first received the

17 original invoice that you received a second invoice for

18 the directory; is that correct?

19 A Yes, sir.

20 Q And when you received the second invoice for the

21 directory, was that the first occasion that you had to

22 think back about whether or not in that initial telephone

23 call you had been told anything about a charge for the
24 second directory -- excuse me, a charge once the directory
25 was delivered?

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1 A I don 't believe I understood the question, sir.

2 Q Sure.

3 When you received the first invoice, you didn't

4 read the material at the bottom in blue that talked about

5 being billed later on for the directory; is that correct?

6 A No, sir. In fact, I still don't remember saying that

7 billed for the directory. I remember it saying that it

8 was a split payment. In fact, the card I sent back in

9 expressly says there will be no charge to have your name

10 in the directory.

11 Q I in fact misspoke.

12 When you received the invoice, you didn't read

13 the blue box which indicated there would be an additional

14 payment down the once the directory was delivered?

15 A No, sir.

16 Q And between the time you received that invoice, the

17 first invoice, and the time you received the second

18 invoice, which indicated that the directory was going to

19 be forthco ming, you had no reason during that time to

20 think about whether or not in your first telephone call

21 you were told that there was going to be a second payment

22 down the road; is that correct?

23 A I am lost, sir.
24 Q Okay.
25 A I am sorry.

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1 Q I will rephrase the question.

2 After you got the first invoice, you had nothing

3 in your mind about their being a second payment, right?

4 A No, sir, because the original price I had been quoted

5 was the $290.

6 Q And then later on, about a year later, you received

7 it?

8 A Yes, sir.

9 Q And between the time you received the first invoice

10 and the time you received the second invoice, you didn't

11 think about what you heard in that telephone conversation

12 concerning billing, di d you? You had no reason to?

13 A No, sir, because I thought the $290 was the total

14 amount.

15 Q After you received the second bill, that's the first

16 time you had to think back to what you were told in the

17 initial conversation; is that correct, sir?

18 A Not on everything. Concerning the billing, yes. Not

19 on anything I was promised. Almost a year promised. I

20 received nothing. I received no call from New York --

21 Q Did you receive a plaque?

22 A Yes.

23 Q What did you do with the plaque when you received it?
24 A Hung it on the wall.
25 Q Where?

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1 A In my office.

2 Q Is it still there?

3 A No, sir.

4 Q Have you ever received a magazine from Who's Who

5 Worldwide?

6 A No, sir.

7 Q I think you indicate d that one of your purposes in

8 becoming a member was the possibility of brain storming

9 with other people who were in fields similar to your own;

10 is that right?

11 A Yes, sir.

12 Q And, of course, not having received the directory,

13 you never had occasion to find out as to whether there

14 were other people with whom you might have brain stormed;

15 is that correct?

16 A No, sir.

17 Q Let me ask you this: Let me ask you if the following

18 people were the kind you wanted to be brain stormed with

19 and in contact in your kind of work. Lydia

20 S H E L T O N, S H E L T O N, Shelton, Lydia, L Y D I A,

21 who is in the non-profit foster care business, and whose

22 major product and service was referrals for foster care,

23 is that someone you might have wanted to talk to?
24 A Possibly.
25 Q How about Pamela Norris Woods, the director and



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1 founder of United Care, Inc., which specialized for

2 treatment of abused and abandoned children, located in Los

3 Angeles?

4 A Possibly.

5 Q She lists her expertise as counselling and social

6 work, is that someone?

7 A Possibly.

8 Q How about Loretta C. A M A R O, Amaro, vice president

9 of National Counselling and Placement Organization, whose

10 major product is training programs, had an expertise and

11 professional counselling, Loretta C. Amaro?

12 A I doubt that, sir.

13 Q That's sufficiently different from what you are

14 doing?

15 A Yes, sir.

16 Q How about Carolyn Carney, the director of the Freedom

17 Independent Living for the Blind who trains the blind and

18 mentally challenged and whose expertise is counselling to

19 maximize the potential for the physically and mentally

20 challenged, would that be somebody?

21 A No, sir.

22 Q How about Louie, L O U I E, Barrington, Jr., the

23 Florida regional director of the Eckerd, E C K E R D
24 Family Youth Alternatives, Inc. in Florida, business child
25 care in the expertise and therapeutic counselling?

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1 A I don't know, sir.

2 Q It is possible? Is that someone who you might

3 conceivably want to communicate with?

4 A Some of these might have been people I might have

5 been interested in meeting in one of the seminars, work

6 shops to see if we had anything in common. However, there

7 were no work shops.

8 Q And Stan V. Dale, the president and CEO of the Human

9 Awareness Institute in San Carlos, California, type of

10 business education --

11 THE COURT: You have to slow down, Mr. Trabulus.

12 You are rattling the things off. You are not stopping to

13 spell them. The reporter certainly doesn't know how to

14 spell these names. You are just proceeding to rattle them

15 off at a high speed so it makes it very difficult -- I

16 can't follow you myself to easily. You will have to slow

17 down, Mr. Trabulus.

18 MR. TRABULUS: Stan V. Dale, D A L E, the

19 president and CEO of the Human Awareness Institute,

20 business, education; producer of seminars, work shops,

21 books, publishing, worldwide marketing area, and an

22 expertise in education, counselling and publishing.

23 Would that have been someone you might have
24 wanted to have some communications with?
25 A I don't think so, sir.

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1 Q Because, again, it is your area -- your area is too

2 specialized, has a specialty not involved in that?

3 A We work with children six through 18, sir, who are

4 severely, severely traumatized, abused children. It takes

5 a lot of patience and expertise with their particular

6 problems. We do not work with the blind.

7 Q Do you work with mentally challenged people?

8 A Yes, sir, we do.

9 Q And how about would Cheryl Chapman, C H A P M A N,

10 the executive director of the Baptist Home for Children

11 and Families, which apparently runs residential group

12 homes, is that someone with whom you might have wished to

13 network?

14 A No, sir. We try to keep our children out of group

15 homes and mental institutions and jails. We try to keep

16 them in functioning stable family units.

17 Q Would you nevertheless have occasion to speak to

18 someone in a residential group home concerning possible

19 placement from a group home into a family?

20 A Yes. Our children come to us from the State of

21 Washington.

22 Q And would you agree that the names I have listed,

23 that I have given to you, and the descriptions I have
24 given to you as members of Who's Who Worldwide, show in
25 any event, that there is a potential of other members with

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1 whom you would have had something in common and might have

2 gleaned some benefit through communication?

3 A Yes, sir.

4 MR. TRABULUS: I have no further questions.


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Systemic Corruption Examples At Its Worst - Miscarriages of Justice

How rare it is to find a case that can offer not merely two or three, instead, more than a dozen major reasons for overturning that conviction.
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Imagine a trial where not ten percent of the proceedings have ANY connection with most of the defendants.
That alone should require a separation of trial. In this case, NOT EVEN ONE PERCENT of the proceedings,
accusations, presented evidence, or accepted facts, had anything to do with the "sales" defendants.

The Who's Who Worldwide case was all about Bruce Gordon, his machinations and his accountant,
and the many companies operated in secrecy by Gordon and Liz Sauter, his true "henchman."

For days and days and weeks and weeks, all the discussion was about Gordon and his actions.
Prosecution witness after prosecution witness exculpated the sales defendants, yet,
this same judge who had previously dismissed the case after months of study,
was under one of the worst pressures any judge can be subjected to:
pressure from the federal court of appeals above him, who, in
New York's bailiwick, remains under the control of....
Reed Elsevier, the most powerful force today
in the American arena of jurisprudence.

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Dumbest Lawyer In The Nation Thomas FX Dunn