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Allen Matkins v. The Leslie Brodie Report – which version of the truth do you believe? – Part 2: Exif Data Obtained from Photo Published by Allen Matkins Proves Event Took Place in 2007 — NOT in 2010

Allen Matkins’ version,, which allegedly took place in 2010:

image source:

As part of this effort, on April 6, 2010, Allen Matkins hosted an office visit and luncheon for the inaugural class of the University of California — Irvine Saturday Academy of Law program (“SAL”). The SAL program consists of a group of outstanding 9th grade students from various public schools in the Santa Ana Unified School District, a school district where 92% of the students are Latino and 75% qualify for the free or reduced lunch program. SAL members attend six consecutive weeks of Saturday morning classes which emphasize the development of critical reading, writing and speaking skills. Additionally, the group participates in activities that create an understanding and excitement about the field of law.

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The Leslie Brodie Report’s version, which took place in 2007:

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.
Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen MatkinsPlease see source @:



Almost all digital cameras save JPEG files with EXIF (Exchangeable Image File) data. Camera settings and scene information are recorded by the camera into the image file. Examples of stored information are shutter speed, date and time a photo was taken, focal length, exposure compensation, metering pattern and if a flash was used.  

(EXchangeable Image Format) Descriptive data (meta-data) in an image file that include the date the photo was taken, resolution, shutter speed, focal length and other camera settings. Developed in 1995 by JEIDA for JPEG images, EXIF data was later added to TIFF, RAW and other formats. Most digital cameras support EXIF and save the data in the file headers. However, when an image is edited, the EXIF data may sometimes be removed by the software.



The URL of the above photo published by Allen Matkins in 2010 is the following:


In order to extract the Exif Data from the photo, one can visit:

The shocking outcome — supports our claim that CaliforniaALL was a sham entity ab initio and that Sarah Redfield did not “launch” SALUCI in 2009 — provides the photo was first taken on January 24, 2007.

See original story @:

Results of Exif Data, below:


Exif data


Color Space sRGB Components Configuration YCbCr Compressed Bits Per Pixel 4 bits/pixel
Compression JPEG (old-style) Contrast None Custom Rendered Normal process
Date/Time 2010:05:17 09:44:10 Date/Time Digitized 2007:01:24 14:53:28 Date/Time Original 2007:01:24 14:53:28
Exif Image Height 480 pixels Exif Image Width 640 pixels Exif Version 2.21
Exposure Bias Value 0 EV Exposure Mode Auto exposure Exposure Program Program normal
Exposure Time 0.04 sec F-Number F2.8 File Source Digital Still Camera (DSC)
Flash Flash did not fire, auto FlashPix Version 1.00 Focal Length 5.8 mm
ISO Speed Ratings 1600 Image Description   Light Source Unknown
Make SONY Max Aperture Value F2.8 Metering Mode Multi-segment
Model DSC-W80 Orientation Top, left side (Horizontal / normal) Resolution Unit Inch
Saturation None Scene Capture Type Standard Scene Type Directly photographed image
Sharpness None Software Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows Thumbnail Data [7102 bytes of thumbnail data]
Thumbnail Length 7102 bytes Thumbnail Offset 822 bytes Unknown tag (0xc4a5) 80 114 105 110 116 73 77 0 48 51 48 48 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0
White Balance Auto white balance X Resolution 72 dots per inch Y Resolution 72 dots per inch
YCbCr Positioning Datum point    








About Leslie Brodie

Leslie Brodie is a reporter, writer, blogger, activist, and a religious leader in the community.


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