Sunday, May 29, 2022

The Certificate of Clerk

I was thinking today what I would consider the most important document I discovered. There are many but this one came out first. In May of 2004, I received this letter from the Los Angeles County Hall of Records after nearly one year of their searching the facility and off-site facilities. This letter proves the case file was once there, proves it was missing and on that date. 

This was critical for me to have as proof of my allegations that the records were gone. I knew this but this stands as official record by the facility and the people charged with protecting the records for posterity. The "Certificate of Clerk" was a big deal to find in my mail. 

11 comments:

  1. Daughter of the ChicMay 29, 2022 at 5:37 AM

    Any bets that someone out there in the vaunted VSC knows what happened to those missing records?

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  2. Agreed that this is perhaps the most important discovery that Ms. Zumaya has made. Even all of these years later, I'm sure the lazy Cousin in her rats' nest would deny it's authenticity.

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    1. Cuz will always deny authenticity, but never seems to back up her accusations with evidence.

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    2. Oh she already did. I just did not post it. Claiming this letter made the invoice look legit. No sane person can believe anyone would create all these documents. I have a couple of thousand and all are absolutely authentic. No reason to be otherwise and as I have said, they are publicly archived.

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    3. No evidence for her to post because there is none. She just spews fake technical terms to give the impression she knows something. She knows nothing and knows they are all real, just doing this to torment. And I might remind her that accusing someone of fraud and forgery is a high level of defamation.

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    4. A Devilish SaintMay 29, 2022 at 6:36 PM

      So she assumes that Ms. Zumaya spent years of her life creating official forms from various decades, hmm? This lunatic is not worth talking about. And if this is an example of the critical thinking emerging from the prestigious VSC, I want no part of that koo-koo factory.

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    5. The VSC has a very low threshold for critical thinking and rigorous scholarship. Possible qualifying accomplishments for membership to the VSC:

      1.) Collect the most 1920's era relics possible and know how to wheel and deal them for personal gain as well as the hope that they will convince others that you are the King of all things Valentino.
      2.) Make a wacko public claim you have blood flowing through your veins that is the same of a spouse of Valentino.
      3.) Gush all over social media that your greatest fantasy is to become pregnant multiple times over by a nearly century gone Valentino.
      4.) Write the most disgusting, vile things you can about Valentino's sexuality that border on the pornographic. Then boast of non-existent sales records of the books this junk is full of.
      5.) Threaten to remove those seeking to know more about Valentino on Facebook due to the very mention of the Floris' works.
      etc. etc. etc..

      Fine group of folk who make up the "heavy hitters" in the VSC!

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    6. Comment 9:08, excellent summation of the VSC zoo. I would add #6) Always tease your audience of a few with a melodramatic peep at a forthcoming, never before revealed, blockbusting report of some hidden secret about Valentino that only you were able to retrieve from the deep bowels of the internet. Always remember to forget ever delivering on this literary extravaganza.

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    7. ...& let me add :
      #7): Troll Ms. Zumaya and Mr. Floris morning, noon and night in the hopes of seeing your "sparkling wit" and "penetrating insight" appear in the comments on this blog. In between doing this, publish more inane posts on your own Shady Ma blog.

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  3. Do we know if The case file îs Back where it should be, în the Courthouse archive? Did they manage to recover it?

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    1. No, it is not in its rightful place. Collectors William Self and Donna Hill told me it was retrieved from another collector in exchange for one of Valentino's shirts by the Valentino family.

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