Dr. Gary Karlin Michelson, Found Animals Foundation, Forbes billionaire, 20 Million Minds, Alya

Dr. Gary Karlin Michelson, Found Animals Foundation, Forbes billionaire, 20 Million Minds, Alya
Dr. Gary Karlin Michelson, Found Animals Foundation, Forbes billionaire, 20 Million Minds, Alya

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Gary Michelson's "victim impact statement" at sentencing hearing, crazy, Forbes, billionaire

Victim impact statements are written or oral information from crime victims, in their own words, about how a crime has affected them. All 50 states allow victim impact statements at some phase of the sentencing process. Most states permit them at parole hearings, and victim impact information is generally included in the pre-sentencing report presented to the judge. They usually are limited by the Judge to 5-10 minutes depending on the crime.  In murder cases they may go as long as 15 minutes.

Contents: Victim impact statements may include descriptions of:
Physical damage caused by the crime.
Emotional damage caused by the crime.
Financial costs to the victim from the crime.
Medical or psychological treatments required by the victim or his or her family.
The need for restitution (court-ordered funds that the offender pays the victim for crime-related expenses).
The victim's views on the crime or the offender (in some states).
The victim's views on an appropriate sentence (in some states).

Gary was asked to stand at the podium which was moved to the wall dividing the court from the audience.  He was NOT under oath, but it wouldn't have mattered if he was anyway as he always lies. Gary lies so much and gets away with it that he doesn't bother trying to keep his stories straight. When I worked for him I had to write down his instructions word for word because he would deny giving the instructions.

Gray Michelson's statement went on for almost an hour.  Gary, who arrived to sentencing with both his high powered attorneys in tow, had a carefully prepared script that he used as his guide for his statement.  No doubt it was prepared by his attorney, Luke Duchot, who sat there in the audience looking like a proud father to a serial killer.  Though in this case only a Narcissistic Paranoid Sociopath with a Bi-Polar disorder was evidently present.

Gary starts off calling Richard and Neil's lawyer, Jonathan Michaels, a "Slime ball" for telling the truth about him in his closing statements.  If you'll recall Jonathan Michaels brought up the fact that Gary had stolen evidence from the court room and only brought it back five days later when confronted by the Judge.  "If he took the book he must be the crook" was the banter in the hallway after the closing arguments.  Jonathan also pointed out the many lies Michelson had made during the preliminaries and the trial.  He made a point to the Jurors that Michelson was not only a liar but a thief as well.   Anyway Gary didn't like this so he insulted Mr. Michaels on many points.  His way of getting even I guess, though  Mr. Michaels didn't seemed fazed by the insults at all.

Then he gave his most famous speech, the one he uses at every event he's attended for the last 10 years.  You can see it on U-Tube recently on the presentation for USC.  I copied that link here a few weeks ago.  It goes something like this,  "Your honor, I drive an 18 year old PT Cruiser that I bought new for $19,000 and I drive it every day, I drove it here this morning". Boo hoo, I'm so poor!  He then got on this long story about how he believes in "Karma" and how he's such a good citizen and how he donates so much money to the poor and to research in helping the dying and how his best friend, Neil Campbell, had betrayed him, bla, bla, bla.  (he tried to fake out a few tears but they just wouldn't come, boo hoo) He then tells the Judge that Powers was walking up and down the hallway "smirking" at him, "Like he had not a care in the world, and that he just got away with stealing my money, $18 Million of it", was his approx. quote. Boo, hoo. Keep in mind that the trial proved otherwise, that no money was ever stolen and the Jurors found no loss to Michelson as did the Judge who refused to order any restitution to Gary as it was clear that Neil and Richard had made him millions of dollars.

Gary then goes on to tell the Judge that Powers and Campbell conspired to sell him properties that should have made him at least $200 Million dollars but because the properties were so bad he could only make a few million dollars instead, selling only half the properties because he said the other half is worthless, then demonstrates this with an overhead projection of his remaining properties, which appears to be heavily wooded and in front of the ocean. That made no sense.

Then he tells the Judge how much fun Richard and Neil are having spending his money, buying Million dollar Ferrari's, condos and the world's most expensive watches.  But Gary doesn't spend any money on anything so he can't have any fun or a life, boo hoo.  Then he says, "You know why these guys couldn't bail themselves out?  Because they would have had to use my money and that would have led us to where they had it hidden."

He then goes on to tell a story about Daniel Webster. "The Devil and Daniel Webster" is a short story by Stephen Vincent Benét.  Benet's version of the story centers on a New Hampshire farmer who sells his soul to the Devil and is defended by Daniel Webster, a fictional version of the famous lawyer and orator.  Gary's version is that Neil and Richard conspired to steal millions of dollars from him figuring if they got caught they would only spend three years in jail then they could live out the rest of their lives spending Gary's money in luxury.  "What a great deal", said Gary.  Boo hoo, he cries again.

Gary doesn't mention his $15 Million dollar mansion which Alya has just decorated with expensive gaudy art, his $5 million dollar garden or his private lake and lake house that has a private runway for him to land his personal airplane or that extravagant hangar he built to keep his airplane in, etc. which by the way the Judge happens to be a neighbor of his, on a neighboring lake, and personal friends with his ex-wife, Amy whose also an avid water skier. I believe he also keeps a Villa in Italy and in other countries. He also has more than just his PT Cruiser. He owns an expensive hot rod car which he drove my friends around in.

It was pitiful, you could see the Judge was not buying a word of it.  In fact Gary started off telling the Judge that Powers and Campbell had never paid taxes or worked a day in their life. He said, "Your honor, honest people like you and me, pay our taxes and with what's left over we buy our car.  These guys don't pay taxes and go out and buy expensive automobiles".  At one point Neil laughed at the absurdity of these claims and Gary turned to the Judge and said, "Look your honor, there's Mr. Powers smirking again," at which point Mr. Powers retorted back, "Just keep up the lie Dr."  And so he did. Gary forgets Neil and Richard owned nice homes, cars, watches long before he met them. They both bought/sold exotic cars, watches, real estate before they ever knew Gary existed. They weren't poor homeless people.

The Judge let Gary ramble on for almost an hour about things that were not relevant to the case or to anything.  You could see the Judge wasn't buying any of it but at the same time you could also see the loathing in the Judges expression at listening to this prepared speech which Gary just read off from his papers, a couple times dropping them to the floor and saying, "I'll just be another minute your honor", then rambling on for another 30 minutes.  It appeared the Judge was intimidated by the presence of Gary and his attorneys so this could have been a factor  at him being irritated.  But why didn't the Judge stop him then?  Who knows. I personally feel Judge Craig Richman is frightened of Gary and the DA's office. Judge Richman already got a bad taste of judicial politics in the flimsy assault case against him from a crazy person. As his wife is retired, two kids in college he needs to tread lightly on the hurt feelings of a crazy billionaire and his paid for DA.

It's interesting that the Judge didn't stop him.  Gary clearly made statements that the Judge should have stopped him on.  For example, Gary started reading off a supposed email exchange between Richard and Neil, taking quotes out of context and trying to make his own story more plausible. Richard and Neil should have been allowed to make their own statements as they are the REAL victims here.

But that's what Gary does, he makes victims out of his prey, as he is a predator.  He didn't become a billionaire without being ruthless and conniving.  He's a patent troll and has stolen many of the ideas of inventors and their patents.  Gary Michelson stole the invention which he patented to make 99.9999% of his money. He's the one that should be in jail.   One day someone is going to take him down legally in court. He spent $62 million on 36 lawyers ($500K each?) to fight Medtronic. In the meantime he gets to pretend that he's somebody when the truth is that he is nothing more than a miserable lying little man with "big" hands.  I guess Karma started at birth for him and time will tell how his "Karma" works out. And FTR coming from a woman when a guy says he has "big hands," it means the exact opposite. I've heard some statements from people who know Gary very, very, very well. Plus what type of civilized professional man would want to mention that he has "big" "lobster claw" hands with a wink at public events which have to do with public charities for animals, people with back problems, USC, finding a cure for pet over population? Crazy insecure severely mentally ill Gary Michelson, that's who. I hope USC made him a tshirt in USC colors that says "Gary has lobster claw hands" "wink wink" "he's got a ...."

Here Gary Michelson pays this PR person to write an article emphasizing his "lobster claw hands." Gary makes up a totally false encounter with Wilt Chamberlain because Wilt is dead.

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