Waste, Fraud and Abuse in California Government
Quid pro quo became so common in Saco under recalled Governor Davis that it wasn't even news anymore. Sure, we all know that type of thing is against the law, immoral and causes prices to raise. And, we know the taxpayer always takes it in the shorts eventually.
One cannot help but wonder how a payola king like Gray Davis could stop when more money was waiting to be taken. Could one start at the capital building in Saco and trace the money trail back to bigger and more exciting scandals? We thought it was worth a try. Someone had to start somewhere to disclose this Roaring 20s debauchery on the Barbary Coast that has run California so deep into debt.
Are there dangers in exposing such illegalities? Such talk exists. Maybe this will be more exciting than at first glance. Even so, let's take a look at the money trails and see what we can find.
Only documentable facts will be presented and the references will be provided as we find new information. Areas needing further investigation will also be identified.
As can be expected, the kind of people we are tracking along the fraud trail try to cover their tracks as much as possible. But when our tax money gets diverted into greedy, private hands in huge quantities, it often becomes possible to follow the money trail. Some of that may require an investigation by a powerful government agency. A sharp investigative journalist may pick that up and cause such an action. But, until that time, we will dig as much as our time and facilities allow.
Read about the financial raids on a bankrupt state
The bullet train is in the news again
Same old fraud?
Feinstein, et. al, is stealing $billions in gold from bankrupt California. Where is the Governor?
There is probably enough gold to solve California's financial crisis. Diane and Richard are well under way.
New water bill: Watch this one! It concerns farm water and the Salton Sea. That is DiFi/Blum territory that goes back to the Great Gold Heist.
CAFR - Comprehensive Annual Financial Report - Reports indicate that large sums of hidden money are revealed by a close analysis of this report. The California CAFR is generated by the California State Controller. That office has stated that casual observers are making false assumptions. Money moves around from fund to fund, but must be returned to its legal source. The CAFR shows the location of that money at a particular date, thus offering opportunity for false assumptions. Someone has removed the C, making it AFR.
Having grown up in the school business, I am well aware of padded budgets. I wish to complete additional research.
Forest Glen Durland, webmaster
Interesting information on the Davis recall in California on the Davis Trail may fit into the DiFi story.
All trails start here.
Card Catalog for the Stacks.
Documentation stored here.
A Brief List
Tracks along the Trails
in the Maze of Alphabet Soup Agencies and Terms
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