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  1. #81
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    The California Medical Board has no jurisdiction over a physician who falsifies French documents. I have been informed that the matter was brought to their attention. I am personally unaware of whether they consider the matter closed or if there is any ongoing investigation.
    As a physician it is embarrassing to have another physician to be a party
    to this type of behavior.
    Cindy Bergmann
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    The case is currently off calander. I have not heard why. Interestingly Genivive and her husband filed for divorce the year before he declared her "dead".

    http://banweb.co.fresno.ca.us/cprods...se_details_idx
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    Cindy Bergmann
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    Oh man, what a tangled web!
    Kanoe Godby
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    Cindy Bergmann
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    just plain nutjobs..what a tangled web



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    Quote Originally Posted by stolensilver View Post
    This part had me

    Who on earth can tell a pilot to redirect a plane going from Europe to L.A.? I also love that Europe is too small a place for her to bother to mention which part of it she was coming from. Maybe she isn't too good at Geography?
    ^THIS!
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    I am not sure that I could do it; but I don't think it's completely bizarre to observe an autopsy / necropsy. Maybe because I have other animals like poultry & sheep, and it's not at all unusual for people in my animal groups to do necropsies and post photos -- always with a WARNING GRAPHIC header. Maybe it's a Yahoo Group thing...??? But, nobody writes long winded craziness -- just symptoms and observations and questions for others who are more experienced.

    Anyway, it's beyond crazy to write a Harlequin Romanticized scripted drama about the whole thing. And, I have to say, the fact that these people believed she was credible in any way speaks volumes & volumes & volumes about the whole lot of them.
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    The outcome of this trial will be interesting, because California has probably the most "consumer protection" oriented real estate disclosure law in the country -- or at least it did when I lived there and took my classes for my RE Brokers license back around 2000. I have never had anything to do with working in residential real estate, so no expertise. But, my instructor told us about a great case where a couple who bought a supposedly haunted house sued because there was no ghost -- and won!

    In California, "As-Is" still requires seller disclosure -
    http://www.sacattorneys.com/legalblo...e-transaction/

    So, I would think that the buyers would have a strong case in that they thought they were buying a place with a "history" of being this well respected breeding farm owned by French Royalty; but now it is tainted by all of this craziness. It is incredibly weird though that the trial is over seller disclosure; but faking deaths and whatever else that went on with horse deaths and insurance will apparently go unpunished.
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    I'm not sure why I find this shocking after everything else but I do.
    http://www.fresnobee.com/2012/10/11/...-on-ranch.html
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    Weirdness just for the sake of it! Why do horses attract so many crazies?

    I sure would not be surprised if those stallions died for insurance fraud. Odd that in her necropsy she claims he died of a ruptured stomach which usually follows a very painful and active struggle before they drop dead not an aortic rupture which a very common form of sudden death in all horses. What a maroon! Never heard of them dissecting a horse head like that either if he died of a stomach rupture! What a drama queen.

    They still had FIVE stallions?

    A foal with a broken shoulder? Good grief. They aren't only crazy but cruel.

    On one of the news stories a poster wrote about how the CLovis house burned to the ground (guess it might have eaten up all those papers!) and she and the family were "camping out" in a camper!! Wow, what a coinky dink!!!
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    And off it goes to the jury. Stay tuned.

    http://www.fresnobee.com/2012/10/24/...arguments.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canterbury Court View Post
    And off it goes to the jury. Stay tuned.

    http://www.fresnobee.com/2012/10/24/...arguments.html
    What's your gut feeling on the verdict, Canterbury?

    I'm thinking "guilty" simply because they are complete LOONS.
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    And balance is restored to the world. Go Karma!

    http://www.fresnobee.com/2012/10/25/...h-husband.html

    The short time the jury spent deliberating indicates that they had their minds made up before thr trial ended. Even if the fraud wasn't contractual, it is offensive for a doctor to fake his wife's death and for a Lindsey girl to pretend she is French royalty.
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    Wow. They got more out of this -- potentially a lot more -- than I would have thought. I figured they would be awarded the difference between what they paid and whatever the value of the property sans French Fresian Royalty was determined to be.

    Sounds like the jury just said, "Ohhhh, Hellz noooo..."

    I tried to explain this case to my husband on a 2 hour drive -- took the whole 2 hours and didn't cover the half of it.
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    Cindy Bergmann
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canterbury Court View Post
    That's the same article linked in #94, not more news.



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