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Order in the court, Judge Bencivengo!

Don Here is THREE points you might like to consider: 1. Michael Aguirre made a great statement, telling the Judge that the items found on Peevey's meeting documents were "Deal Points" not meeting/talking points which is a huge difference, since they clearly indicate that most of the final deal components were indeed "finalized" between SCE and Peevey long before any discussions were held with the public about a Proposed settlement. 2. The few cherrie picked groups that agreed to SCE's "Proposed Decision" now look very bad, since they agreed (in secret from the other Groups) to support the one sided SCE Settlement, to in my opinion seek favor (and receive intervenior funding) from the CPUC for "rolling over" on their ratepayers. 3. Elected Officials will now start speaking out about SanOnofreGate because it is very evident that they also remained "mum" not wanting to anger two of their largest contributors (SCE and SDG&E) instead of speaking out about this "Raw Deal" that affects all their constituents to the tune of about $1000 per Utility account . The latest to suddenly find their "tongue" are Toni Atkins and Ben Hueso: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/apr/15/chai... BTW: For everyone using Twitter please see the new hashtag #SanOnofreGate which will allow you to keep up to date on the ongoing investigation into the multi-billion $ SCE-CPUC ripoff, just by entering the hashtag into the Tweeter search box.
— April 17, 2015 2:04 p.m.

Put up or cover-up, public utilities commission?

Don - I have no doubt that when, N☢T if, a team of forensic IT experts gets to examine many of the above mentioned email accounts, they will uncover a situation far worse than WaterGate, since there will be so many elected Officials (along with their donors) that are implicated in this ongoing San Onofre Debacle. We are now just beginning to see the tip of the iceberg that dooms the CPUC because of their actions in trying to coverup for the very Utilities they are mandated to regulate. It also is important to understand that these Utilities have also contacted all those entities that have received donations from these same Utilities, in order to get them to support the Utilities position in what can only be described as a "Pay to Play" scheme, where those that support the Utilities receive additional donations while those that don't play ball fail to get Utility support in the future, which is why so may "Community Groups" had such glowing things to say about SCE and how important San Onofre was to SoCal. These staged sounds bite will now come back to bite those that made them, since they will be exposed along with SCE (and their minor 20% partnerSDG&E) as being far more interested in Nuclear Payback* than promoting what is best for ratepayers in SoCal. * http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=... Those that support nuclear power because nuclear power somehow supports them; no matter what the health implications or other "costs" are for others.
— March 31, 2015 3:24 p.m.

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