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Barbara Geisler, Cache Creek Casino, California Grand Jurors’ Association, California Grand Jurors’ Association - Yolo County Branch, Dave Rosenberg -- Judge, Yolo County Superior Court, David Reed -- Judge of Yolo County Superior Court, Davis Odd Fellows, Jonathan Raven, Uncategorized, Yolo County, Yolo County Grand Jury, Yolo County Superior Court

Soroptimist International of Davis, Davis Rebekah Lodge, Davis Odd Fellows, Lea Rosenberg, David Rosenberg, and David Reed Hereby Given Opportunity to Comment on Complaint Submitted to IRS by Yolo County-based Rabbi

Consistent with our commitment to integrity and adherence to the highest level of ethical journalism, and in order to report on both sides of a story while affording those involved the opportunity to comment , The Leslie Brodie Report hereby asked Soroptimist International of Davis, Davis Rebekah Lodge, Davis Odd Fellows, Lea Rosenberg,  David Rosenberg, and David Reed to comment on complaint Yolo County-based Rabbi (“YR”) had submitted to the Internal Revenue Service.

David RosenbergLea Rosenberg aka Lea Ellen Pepper
Davis Odd Fellows Operatives: Lea Rossenberg, Judge Dave Rosenberg, Judge Dave Reed, and Volunteer —  Assistant Chief Deputy District Attorney Michael Cabral (Image: courtesy photos)

Specifically, according to the complaint, on April 4 , 2013, the Davis Odd Fellows, Soroptimist International of Davis, and Davis Rebekah Lodge were duly served with a request for production of the three latest IRS Form 990, Form 990 Schedule A, as well as Form 1023.

Said requests were emailed to Mrs. Lea Rosenberg (wife of David Rosenberg aka Dave Rosenberg), and included a proviso by which the undersigned offered to pay for reasonable costs for any copying and mailing costs incurred in relation to this request.

To date, no responses have been received to this request to produce the tax returns, despite the clear mandate by the Internal Revenue Service to fully comply with such requests within 30 days.

As such, reluctantly, the undersigned made this referral based on grave concerns dealing with suspicious circumstances surrounding Davis Odd Fellows’ board of directors (see ), President – Dave Rosenberg ,Vice President – Dave Reed, Treasurer – Barb Geisler, Secretary – Lea Rosenberg, as well as other non-profit entities controlled by Lea and David Rosenberg to wit, Soroptimist International of Davis, Davis Rebekah Lodge, Davis Sunrise Rotary Club , and the newly form non-profit entity Davis Odd Fellows Charities, Inc./Orphan Scholarship Fund.

More specifically, the concern relates to the fact that in recent years almost all the non profits entities controlled by Lea and Dave Rosenberg began to almost exclusively raise funds for “foster youth” and/or “emancipated foster youth” in Yolo County. For example, Davis Odd Fellows held an event to benefit foster youth known as ” Breakfast with Santa”. Soroptimist International of Davis held an event to benefit foster youth known as “Texas Hold ‘Em”. Davis Rebekah Lodge held an event to benefit foster youth known as “Crab Feed.”

As mentioned above, In addition to “Breakfast with Santa”, Davis Odd Fellows recently launched an ad hoc non-profit to benefit foster youth known as Davis Odd Fellows Charities, Inc./Orphan Scholarship Fund.

While certainly the cause of supporting orphans and foster youth is worthy of praise, grave concerns exist that under the auspices of helping foster youth, money is instead actually laundered and being used for improper purposes, including , but not limited, to bribing or attempting to gain the favor of the ex-foreperson of Yolo County’s Grand Jury (Barbara Sommer) who, coincidentally  also heads a non-profit entity designated to house “foster youth” and/or “emancipated foster youth” known as Progress Ranch.

Additional facts that raise suspicions are that both Dave Rosenberg and Dave Reed are judges of Yolo County Superior Court; Dave Rosenberg is a close confederate of an attorney (Howard Dickstein) who represents an Indian Casino located in Yolo County (Cache Creek Casino); Cache Creek Casino also recently developed an unexplained desire to benefit “foster youth” through a huge donation to benefit “foster youth”; and that in recent years Yolo County’s Grand Jury (headed by Barbara Sommer of Progress Ranch) was investigating Cache Creek Casino.

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