What Does Retaliatory Prosecution REALLY Look Like?

January 7, 2012 § Leave a comment

Why was California State Bar Investigator, Tom Layton, at the scene of Miss Baldwin’s arrest on October 8, 2009 followed an hour later by five male Big Bear Sheriffs Deputies beating, burning, and threatening her?   She was allegedly a “suspect in making an annoying telephone call.”  The hospital report makes no bones about the fact that she was assaulted …

Beginning in January of 2009, journalist Erin Baldwin got the story straight about California loan modification fraud and landlord-tenant abuse.  She reported it for the benefit of vulnerable consumers in foreclosure and residential tenants. 

Beginning on January 26, 2009, an all-out war was waged against Erin Baldwin to keep her from telling the truth.

Click here to see what just one year of retaliatory prosecution looks like:  2009 Retaliatory Prosecution  (Rotate the chart or print it out for easier viewing.)   

This was Erin Baldwin’s life for 2009.  And it was worse in 2010 and 2011 and is still going on through the present.

She hasn’t given up.  Her case is before the United States Court of Appeal.  Follow this story as it unfolds; you’re not going to believe it.

Check back to see visual demonstrations of 2010 and 2011.

Does this put it in perspective for you?  A picture is worth a thousand words.

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