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Presumed Suspect : When Google Doesn’t Index a Specific Article Appearing on The Leslie Brodie Report

Under normal circumstances, an article published on The Leslie Brodie Network (i.e. The Leslie Brodie Report, or a supporting platform) will encounter the Googlebot within minutes;  which in turn,  will add the article to the Google index.

For example, recent links were immediately indexed by Google and can be found by “googeling” the entire link:

However, a published story describing the recent revelations dealing with Mark Friedman of Fulcrum Property and the fact that his accountant ( Alison Turner of Alison Turner & Associates) also served as  host/accountant for CaliforniaALL wasn’t indexed by Google.

As such, the following link is not part of Google search results:

This, according to YR, “causes tension and distrust, which prompted me to try and understand why the link to this specific story and Googlebot are in a state of Brogez.”

“It also prompted me to reach the worst possible conclusions by resolving all doubts against Friedman and Turner, as well as publicize the newly discovered evidence elsewhere,” YR Concluded.


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One thought on “Presumed Suspect : When Google Doesn’t Index a Specific Article Appearing on The Leslie Brodie Report

  1. I have documents which mesh well with the Yolo Rabbi’s discovery of the money trail involving Geoffrey Brown and the sham charity, CaliforniaALL.

    I also believe that the people involved could block Googlebots, as well as FBI investigations.

    Geoffrey Brown was the Commissioner assigned to a Formal Complaint I filed back in 2001. In 2003, he refused to follow the Rule of Law, by refusing to impose fines upon Utilities that violated laws. Worst of all, fraudulent statements were made in the Decision, to help the Utility conceal most violations to law, especially the criminal violations.

    Like the Yolo Rabbi, I too, have an “arrest report” (dated November 2, 2010), which is linked to corrupt Officials at the CPUC who are trying to cover up problems they created. The police were professional, and saw no reason to arrest me after the CPUC filed the complaint against me.

    The “arrest report” is very revealing in regards to the money trail linked to CaliforniaALL and other entities such as CCPF. The Judge who Presided over the Formal Complaint stated that the CPUC does not impose fines upon Utilities when an individual proves the Utilities violated laws. Now, because of the Yolo Rabbi, a motive (and a money trail) for the CPUC’s refusal to impose fines, has been found.

    The Yolo Rabbi needs to see this document:

    Now that I know more about Geoffrey Brown, I want the Yolo Rabbi to look at a list of the violations I now believe Geoffrey Brown helped cover-up.

    From 2007-2008, I tried to get the FBI to investigate the corruption at the CPUC.

    I was told that an agent tried to open an investigation, but that a Supervisor shut it down. I no longer trust the FBI, and I fear it could block Googlebots.

    Posted by Mike Knell | 2013/01/25, 6:17



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