Monday, January 24, 2011

Judge Alfred Webre's open letter to the ex do0ctor Richyard Boylan, self proclaimed "Councilor of Earth "




Dear Mr. Scolarici and Richard Boylan:

This response has also been published on the Internet as:

Open Letter to Richard Boylan, PhD (License Revoked by California Board of Psychology August 4, 1995)


http://exopolitics.blogs.com/exopolitics/2011/01/open-letter-to-richard-boylan-phd-license-revoves-by-california-board-of-psychology-august-4-1995.html

Richard Boylan has been spreading the "Big Lie" to his group that I am an operative of the "Cabal", or the shadow government that is waging a multi-dimensional war against the biosphere, the human population, and intelligent civilizations that are here to help the Earth through this period of evolution.

I am not an operative of any interests, group(s) or person(s).  I am a sovereign individual.  My works and writings can be seen at www.exopolitics.com.

As a graduate pychological counsellor from the University of Texas (M.Ed. 1997), I have come to the professional conclusion that Richard Boylan is either psychologically delusional or operating under some form of mind control.  Of course, there is the possibility that Dr. Boylan is simply a very mal-intentioned fellow who enjoys stigmatizing and slandering others publicly, in order to raise his own self-esteem inside a delusionary system in which he is "Councilor of Earth).

Why do I come to this conclusion about Richard Boylan?

1. Examiner.com - Well, for one, Richard Boylan has been continually stating that the "Examiner" is my personal blog disguised as a newspaper.

Any compentent and reasonable person, let alone professional would be able to go to wikipedia and see that Examiner.com, for which I am the Seattle Exopolitics Examiner has 55,000 Examiners.
(See Wikipedia description below at end of this email).

2. Pattern of twisting reality - Secondly, Richard Boylan deliberately twists my reporting in Examine.com to suit his own slander of my person.

What I stated in the Examiner.com article was:

"The original Xinhua news article and news broadcast can be accessed at this URL:

http://big5.xinhuanet.com/gate/big5/news.xinhuanet.com/video/2011-01/04/c_12944686.htm

"An opposite view by a China ET observer

"One veteran China observer of expolitical affairs takes an opposite view.  

"He writes, "The political processes associated with Chinese National Security including elements forming political mass [interpret UFOs as] a danger to the stability of Chinese Society.

"Chinese say 'eat rice'! remember that for as long as you are watching Chinese politics. They eat rice but do not spit any out whilst talking. These people are strategists and the finest poker players on the planet. They will not disclose anything.

"The Youtube video in Mandarin is of President HU talking about websites in the USA that put up sensationalist articles on UFOs, ET and disclosure. He spoke about the USA making some good films like CONTACT but some rather exaggerated and over the top films like 2012.

"Everyone in China knows that the China /Obama disclosure story is a rumor; but at the same time everyone knows that China is being buzzed by UFOs which have closed 2 airports and created amazing aerial displays from time to time, particularly noted by Chinese academics in astronomy.

"My view is to forget about this China/Obama disclosure issue at this point in time because most people here see disclosure as an organic process, under ET timing and methodologies; a process which is intensifying alongside changes in the earths basic resonances. A necessary cosmic conditioning process for masses by the ETs, without the need for a disclosure date by a terra politician. China see's the US people as helpless, trapped by financial disaster and under extreme control of a shadow government. They love the US people but despise the US shadow government."

So I intentionally sought out the opinion of a Mandarin-speaking expert who lives in Hong Kong on the Xinhua China TV newscast and I included that expert opinion in the article.  This is accepted journalistic practice, so that people can judge on their own.

What Richard Boylan alleges is stated in my Examiner.com article bears no relation to reality, as does Richard Boylan's assertions about  Examiner.com.

This is an additional reason is why I have come to the professional conclusion that Richard Boylan is either psychologically delusional, or mal-intentionally twisting reality in order to intentionally slander targets of his such as myself so as to elevate himself into a delusional role as "Councilor of Earth."

3. Acts of moral turpitude -  Set out at the end of the email below is the full text of the Board of Psychology of the State of California revoking Richard Boylan's license to practice on August 4, 1995.

Although the Board of Psychology, of course, cannot revoke Richarc Boylan's PhD in psychology, this is tantamount to a revocation of his ability to functionally practice psychology and counseling others. 

The grounds for Richard Boylan's revocation of license to practice as a psychologist were moral trupitude - gross negligence and sexual impropriety with patients.

The legal findings of the California Board of Psychology were as follows show a clear pattern of sexual impropriety with patients.

At this time, Richard Boylan's specialty is the coordination of children's groups, where there is opportunity for sexual abuse and impropriety with children, under the guise of being an extraterrestrially chosen "Counselllo of Earth"


                DETERMINATION OF ISSUES
                -----------------------

                      I

          While the patients in this matter each questioned, at
    times, the sexual motivation of respondent, it was not
    established he in fact has such motivation while providing
    therapy or other relationships to these patients. It is not
    necessary for respondent's motivation to be sexual for sexual
    abuse to occur. Great weight must be given to the "victim's"
    perspective. Here, however, the victims were not sure what was
    going on. There was no sexual contact. They were upset and
    confused. The evidence did not establish sexual misconduct in
    violation of Business and Professions Code sections 726, 2960(o),
    4982(k) or 4992.3(k)

  
                     II


          Respondent abused his role as a therapist and was
    grossly negligent, in violation of Business and Professions Code
    section 2960(j), 4982(d) and 4992.3(d) in imposing his personal
    views of D.W. and D.S., as set forth in Finding III and V.



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                     III

          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d) when he developed an inappropriate dual relationship
    with D.W. that included travel together to and around Las Vegas,
    as established bt Findings III.


                     IV
  
          Respondent committed  gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he gave D.W. a massage in his hotel room in Las
    Vegas, as established by Findings III.


                      V
  
          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he invited D.W. to his home in November 1992 and
    engaged in nude hot tubbing, as established by Findings III.
  

                     VI
  
          The evidence did not establish that respondent
    suggested that he perform a vaginal examination on D.W.
  
  
                     VII

          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he invited K.G. to his home in December 1991 and
    engaged in nude hot tubbing, as established by Findings IV.


                    VIII

          It was not established that the act of inviting K.G.
    and D.S. for nude therapy sessions at Harbin Hot Springs amounted
    to gross negligence, in violation of Business and Professions
    Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and 4992.3(d).


                     IX
  
          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he bartered therapy for nude massages from K.G.,
    as established by Findings V.

                      X

          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
  
  
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    4992.3(d) by shifting the focus of D.S.'s therapy from her
    presenting problems to his interest in ET encounters, as
    established by Findings V.

                     XI

          While it may have been thoughtless, or possibly
    negligent for respondent to try to recreate a Native American
    ritual with D.S. present, it did not rise to the level of gross
    negligence.
  
                     XII

          It was not established that respondent discussed with
    D.S. details of his sexual relationship with his wife.


                    XIII


          Determinations II - V, VII, IX and X, and each of them
    are grounds for discipline.



                    ORDER
                    -----

                      I


          The Psychologist, Licensed Social Worker and Marriage,
    Family and Child Counselor licenses issued to respondent Richard
    Boylan are revoked.


                     II

          Respondent shall pay costs to the Board of Behavioral
    Science Examiners in  the sum of  $9205/

Richard Boylan is in fact attacking persons who expose him as a clear and present danger to the well-being of the community, and as a person who is engaging in a continual pattern of intentional distortion of facts about others in order to aggradize his own delusional position as "Councilor of Earth".

I rest my case.

In Light,
Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd
Vancouver, B.C.
January 24, 2011








EXHIBITS

EXAMINER.COM WIKIPEDIA DESCRIPTION


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Examiner.com

Examiner.com

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For the newspaper hosted at examiner.com until 2006, see San Francisco Examiner.
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URL http://www.examiner.com
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Created by Philip Anschutz (Publisher)
Launched April 2008
Current status Active

Examiner.com is a media company based in Denver, Colorado, that operates a network of local news websites, allowing "pro-am contributors"[1][2] to share their city-based knowledge on a blog-like platform, in 238 markets throughout the United States and parts of Canada with two national editions, one for each country.[3][4][5][1]

Examiner.com is a division of Clarity Media Group, with the primary investor being billionaire businessman Philip Anschutz, owner of Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), Regal Cinemas, and other media and entertainment companies.[3][4][6] Examiner.com has over 55,000 contributors,[2] commonly referred to on the site as "Examiners."

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[edit] History

In 2006, former MapQuest general manager David Schafer, Clarity Digital Media's CEO, founded Examiner.com primarily as a news aggregator for the 60 markets in which Clarity Media trademarked the name "Examiner".[7] By using online geo targeting technology, users were placed into their closest city where they could read the most recent news and updates from both their city's broadcast and print media streams. Readers could also view local, state, national, and international content from the Associated Press.

A small team of engineers and developers led by Maya Iyengar (CTO) and David Rager (Systems Architect) worked over the next 18 months to develop the site into something more than merely a collection of news headlines. Schafer was then replaced[8] by former AOL executive Michael Sherrod in February 2008 (though Schafer stayed on as Chief Operations Officer) and in late April 2008, with a new President and CEO at the helm, the current model of using "Examiners" to write about their city was unveiled.

Launching the new model were 115 "Examiners" in five markets: Denver, Seattle, Baltimore, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., with the latter three due to the presence of Examiner newspapers already operating in those cities, namely The Baltimore Examiner, The San Francisco Examiner, and The Washington Examiner. There was also a flagship edition, the national edition, where users would be placed if geo targeting efforts failed to produce a designated market area.

In March 2009, Sherrod was replaced by Rick Blair, also formerly of AOL.[9]

In September of 2009 Clarity Media purchased NowPublic, a Vancouver-based website consisting of citizen journalists contributing from around the world.[10] Clarity Digital Group was then developed under Clarity Media, housing both Examiner.com and NowPublic.[11] Blair serves as the CEO of both Clarity Digital and Examiner.com.[11]

On October 29, 2009, the website's first international expansion took place when Examiner.com Canada was launched in Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver, along with one national Canadian edition.[12][4]

[edit] Growth

In August of 2009, Examiner.com was named one of the fastest growing network of localized websites by Nielsen Online, growing faster in August from the same month of 2008 than any of the other top 30 Internet news sites in the nation, increasing page views over 342 percent to 7,569,000 unique users.[13] Examiner.com reports that it received 20.8 million unique visitors to Examiner.com sites in July 2010, with 60.1 million page views served, according to Omniture.[2]

Examiner.com also reports it adds over 3000 articles a day, to a growing library of 1.5 million pieces of content.[2][11]

[edit] Awards

In October 2010 Examiner.com was recognized by the Media Institute (NMI) as a recipient of the Standard of Excellence in the community category of website innovation.[14] NMI is a research and fact finding organization whose mission is to improve public understanding of issues surrounding the Internet and other forms new media communications. Previous winners include eHow and LiveStong.com.[15]

[edit] Pay scale

Examiners are paid based on a black box system considering page views and other metrics, or the "Gawker-model", made famous by the blog Gawker.com. During 2009 many of the writers were receiving $0.01 per page view. Examiner.com later offered a variety of pay scale options to their writers.[16] Examiner.com now bases compensation on variables such as subscriptions, page view traffic and session length.[17]

The company has been criticized for the low compensation received by some contributors,[18] although Examiner.com claims it communicates contributors should not consider this full time employment, and "tries to be very clear and transparent that this isn't a 'quit your day job' opportunity."[17] As of November 2010, the average pay rate for most Examiners is between $0.006 and $0.008 per page view.

[edit] Criticism

Examiner.com has been criticized for its lack of verification and fact-checking of stories published on the site,[19] including accusations of plagiarism.[4][20] L.J. Williamson, a writer who was briefly employed by Examiner.com, drew attention to the site's lack of editorial oversight by publishing a series of satirical prank articles,[21] which went unnoticed by Examiner.com's staff until Williamson published what she described as an homage to a well-known satirical piece written by Hunter S. Thompson, in which Thompson claimed that presidential candidate Edmund Muskie showed symptoms of being under the influence of Ibogaine. In Williamson's satirical piece, she claimed that actress Jenny McCarthy advocated Ibogaine as a treatment for autism. Examiner.com staff only noticed and withdrew Williamson's prank stories when lawyers for McCarthy contacted them and demanded that the piece be removed.[22]

[edit] References

  1. ^ a b Lee, Edmund (June 7, 2010). "Does Who Creates Content Matter to Marketers in a 'Pro-Am' Media World?". AdAge (adage.com). http://adage.com/mediaworks/article?article_id=144286. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Examiner.com Execs Push for Quality, Refute 'Content Farm'". PBS MediaShift. October 1, 2010. http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2010/10/examinercom-execs-push-for-quality-refute-content-farm-tag280.html. 
  3. ^ a b Stelter, Brian (September 2, 2009). "Examiner.com Buys NowPublic, a Citizen-Media Web Site". The New York Times (nytimes.com): pp. B2. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/02/business/media/02public.html. Retrieved November 16, 2009. 
  4. ^ a b c d Rocha, Roberto (October 29, 2009). "News website chain expands into Canada". The Gazette (montrealgazette.com). http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/News+website+chain+expands+into+Canada/2157017/story.html. Retrieved November 16, 2009. [dead link]
  5. ^ "Examiner.com expanding into Canada". Agence France-Presse (news.smh.com.au). October 28, 2009. http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-technology/examinercom-expanding-into-canada-20091028-hjac.html. Retrieved November 16, 2009. 
  6. ^ Harden, Mark (April 18, 2008). "Examiner.com recruits local bloggers". Denver Business Journal (denver.bizjournals.com). http://denver.bizjournals.com/denver/stories/2008/04/21/story2.html. Retrieved November 16, 2009. 
  7. ^ Raine, George (December 22, 2004). "What's in a name? Plenty". San Francisco Chronicle (sfgate.com): pp. C1. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2004/12/22/BUG16AFEBP1.DTL&type=business. Retrieved November 16, 2009. 
  8. ^ Harden, Mark (February 27, 2008). "Anschutz's Clarity Media names online chief, recruits new editors". http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/stories/2008/02/25/daily29.html. 
  9. ^ "New executives named at Anschutz's Examiner.com". March 25, 2009. http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/stories/2009/03/23/daily41.html. 
  10. ^ Steltner, Brian (September 1, 2009). "Examiner.com Buys NowPublic, a Citizen-Media Web Site". New York Times (nytimes.com). http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/02/business/media/02public.html. 
  11. ^ a b c Takahashi, Dean (October 1, 2010). "As AOL rushes to local news, Examiner.com is already there". VentureBeat (venturebeat.com). http://venturebeat.com/2010/10/01/aol-examiner-com-hyperlocal-news/. 
  12. ^ "Examiner.com invades 5 Canadian cities". CNET. October 28, 2009. http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10385777-2.html. 
  13. ^ Harden, Mark (September 29, 2009). "Nielsen: Anschutz's Examiner.com is fastest-growing news website in nation". Denver Business Journal. http://denver.bizjournals.com/denver/stories/2009/09/28/daily25.html. 
  14. ^ "Examiner.com is a winner in the 2010 New Media Award's Web Site Awards Competition". New Media Institute. October 2010. http://www.newmediaawards.org/websiteawards/2010/examiner.html. 
  15. ^ Livestong.com
  16. ^ Luscombe, Belinda (December 9, 2009). "Why Does Google Search Love Examiner.com?". Time (time.com). http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1946348,00.html. Retrieved December 9, 2009. 
  17. ^ a b Behling, Ellie (Sepetmber 8, 2010). "Update: Examiner.com explains low wages, hyperlocal strategy". eMedia Vitals (emediavitals.com). http://emediavitals.com/content/update-examinercom-explains-low-wages-hyperlocal-strategy. 
  18. ^ Hoycom, Angela (May 13, 2009). "How Much Are Examiner.com Writers Really Earning?". WritersWeekly (writersweekly.com). http://www.writersweekly.com/the_latest_from_angelahoycom/005364_05132009.html. Retrieved November 16, 2009. 
  19. ^ "Writer Games Examiner.com To Make A Point About Content Aggregators". http://michellerafter.com/2009/05/30/writer-games-examiner-com-to-make-a-point-about-content-aggregators/. 
  20. ^ Smith, Matt (December 4, 2007). "Blogos-Free". SF Weekly (sfweekly.com). http://www.sfweekly.com/2007-12-05/news/blogos-free. Retrieved November 16, 2009. 
  21. ^ "Hits Versus Content At Examiner.com". http://www.mediabistro.com/fishbowlla/blogistan/hits_versus_content_at_examinercom_aka_the_best_email_ever_115661.asp. 
  22. ^ "Writer Admits She Spun Crazy-Ass Nonsense For Examiner.com -- And Didn't Get Caught Until Lawyers' Letters Showed Up". http://blogs.sfweekly.com/thesnitch/2009/05/writer_admits_she_spun_crazy-a.php.

CALIFORNIA BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY DECISION REVOKING LICENSE OF RICHARD BOYLAN ON GROUNDS OF MORAL TURPITUDE

DETERMINATION OF ISSUES
                -----------------------

                      I

          While the patients in this matter each questioned, at
    times, the sexual motivation of respondent, it was not
    established he in fact has such motivation while providing
    therapy or other relationships to these patients. It is not
    necessary for respondent's motivation to be sexual for sexual
    abuse to occur. Great weight must be given to the "victim's"
    perspective. Here, however, the victims were not sure what was
    going on. There was no sexual contact. They were upset and
    confused. The evidence did not establish sexual misconduct in
    violation of Business and Professions Code sections 726, 2960(o),
    4982(k) or 4992.3(k)

  
                     II


          Respondent abused his role as a therapist and was
    grossly negligent, in violation of Business and Professions Code
    section 2960(j), 4982(d) and 4992.3(d) in imposing his personal
    views of D.W. and D.S., as set forth in Finding III and V.



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                     III

          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d) when he developed an inappropriate dual relationship
    with D.W. that included travel together to and around Las Vegas,
    as established bt Findings III.


                     IV
  
          Respondent committed  gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he gave D.W. a massage in his hotel room in Las
    Vegas, as established by Findings III.


                      V
  
          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he invited D.W. to his home in November 1992 and
    engaged in nude hot tubbing, as established by Findings III.
  

                     VI
  
          The evidence did not establish that respondent
    suggested that he perform a vaginal examination on D.W.
  
  
                     VII

          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he invited K.G. to his home in December 1991 and
    engaged in nude hot tubbing, as established by Findings IV.


                    VIII

          It was not established that the act of inviting K.G.
    and D.S. for nude therapy sessions at Harbin Hot Springs amounted
    to gross negligence, in violation of Business and Professions
    Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and 4992.3(d).


                     IX
  
          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he bartered therapy for nude massages from K.G.,
    as established by Findings V.

                      X

          Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
  
  
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    4992.3(d) by shifting the focus of D.S.'s therapy from her
    presenting problems to his interest in ET encounters, as
    established by Findings V.

                     XI

          While it may have been thoughtless, or possibly
    negligent for respondent to try to recreate a Native American
    ritual with D.S. present, it did not rise to the level of gross
    negligence.
  
                     XII

          It was not established that respondent discussed with
    D.S. details of his sexual relationship with his wife.


                    XIII


          Determinations II - V, VII, IX








On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 11:05 AM, James Black <fso2604@gmail.com> wrote:

 
...

 

Pat,
 
    This is Cabal disinformation, more cleverly packaged than usual.
    Though I do not speak Mandarin Chinese, from what is presented on screen, the following can be deduced.
    That Chinese news station features sensationalistic stories.
    The station's news editor mistook a piece of American Cabal disinformation for a real news story.
    That American Cabal disinformation is a lying story written by Cabal operative Alfred Webre and featured on Webre's disinformation blog disguised as a newspaper, "The Examiner". (sic).
    Webre's story claims that "China says that President Obama is about to declare UFO reality" (sic). That statement is false. It is hallmark Webre false propaganda, which specializes in splashy false stories about the UFO subject.
     Then another Cabal operative who calls himself "ufohunter16903" gets a news clip of a Chinese news station which fell for Webre's fake "Examiner" story and broadcast it, then he writes a headline "National Chinese Media Reports UFO Disclosure by Obama", and puts his handiwork on YouTube where many will see it and, not knowing Chinese, assume that the headline is telling the truth.
    Now that is some diabolically-clever packaging of disinformation.
    But, be not deceived.
 
     in the light,
 
     Richard Boylan, Ph.D.
 
 
Richard Boylan, Ph.D., LLC


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