Judith Whitney met man Edward Mayrand, at an Alcoholic’s Anonymous meeting. Cold Case solved 27 years later.

Serial killer Edward Mayrand meets woman at AA meeting and kills her 22 years ago. Case solved …Cold Case detectives are awesome!

Read full story here…http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2014/12/new_hampshire_cold_case_unit_s.html

In July 1987, Amherst resident Judith Whitney went to New Hampshire with a man named Edward Mayrand, whom she met at an Alcoholic’s Anonymous meeting the month before.

She was never seen again.

Four months later, a hunter discovered her body buried in a shallow grave in Winchester, N.H.

While police suspected Mayrand, they never had enough evidence to charge him, even though he was in possession of her car and a handgun.

But on Tuesday the New Hampshire Cold Case Unit established in 2009 found that Mayrand was indeed the killer. However, he died in 2011 of metastatic cancer, so he will never be charged.

Mayrand once lived in Northampton at Hairston House, a halfway house for recovering alcoholics. He was on parole for rape when he met Whitney

This is a very sad story and shows how far back this has been going on. Please share everywhere. Print out story and take to an AA meeting.

Courts and alcoholics anonymous are violating California citizens rights daily in Courts plus+

Attorneys Shaking Hands On Courthouse Steps

I can’t get over this and how rampant it is. And every turn as I dig and investigate, it just gets deeper. Finding out that a class A Trustee for AA was running the whole shebang here is a true David and Goliath story. I was told by a subject in my film that I in fact was living in one of the worse States when it comes to AA infestation at a government level. Why is that. How long has it been that bad. Who is responsible for that . I know its bad in MASS. We know now that AA got into Mass General in 1944. ..and never left.

So once the New Year begins I will hit the aground running. Get the film out and begin to do Indie screenings , unless I get Real Theatrical distribution, which I hope I do.

I will then address the judges that are supervising and go to Lawyers to show the film and educate as to what AA is, and what it is not. I think that lawyers need a talking to as well. Many lawyers have told me they have no idea what AA really is and how religious it is. Doctors also need to know.

Okay…back to resting.  🙂

Head Of California Prisons was an Alcoholics Anonymous World Board Member

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Jeanne S Woodford , was on the Alcoholics Anonymous General Service Board and ran the Prison System in California  till she retired in 2008….



WOW…now I am in shocked again. please contact us at makeaasafer@gmail.com

In the new year I will be contacting the Supervising Judges in my state and in my city. Ok now I’m going back to being on vacation. 🙂 Maybe you might want to contact yours. A letter,  a phone call, something to express your desire for the Courts to stop doing this.

The Alcoholics Anonymous Judge, Rogellio Flores, re: Karla Brada, Eric Allen Earle 

I felt this was a very important post that a blogger wrote on the opf. I am putting it here for you to see.

It addresses the issue that AA in NY has no culpability for what happens in AA here in California. I think those of us who were in AA a long time and understand the courts and drug court and H & I and PI and all AA service crap know that this is not true. We can see in the first paragraph what is really going on. He says it. I have highlighted the one phrase that nails it.

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Rogelio Flores is the judge that sentenced Erica Allen Earle, a violent convicted felon, to AA. Earle had been sentenced to AA by the judicial system a couple of dozen times and admitted to using it to pick of fragile women to take advantage of. After seducing Karla Brada and financial breaking her, Eric Earle beat her then later murdered her in a drunken rage.

Judge Flores was also an elected Class A trustee for the General Service Board of AA. Below is a historical account of Flores found on the AA website (it was also released to the press).

*Note that AA releases statements to the press when they have publicity worthy news, otherwise AA hides behind their anonymity and refuses to comment.

New Trustee Judge Rogelio Flores Sees A.A. as A Beacon of Hope for Alcoholic Offenders

For Immediate Release
September 11, 2007

The Hon. Rogelio R. Flores, L.L.D., J.D., a Superior Court judge in Santa Barbara, Calif., has been elected a Class A (nonalcoholic) trustee of the General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous. “For several years now,” he says, “courts throughout the country have relied on a unique collaboration with A.A. to help individuals free themselves from the chains of the fatal disease of alcoholism. Some estimate that more than 80 percent of the 2 million prisoners in the United States are either alcoholics or were raised by alcoholic families. Like what came first, the chicken or the egg, what made them the way they are is often uncertain. But what is clear is that A.A. shines a light on the path to sobriety—and helps them to find freedom from fear and hopelessness in a whole new way of living.”


Adds Judge Flores: “I am honored to be a trustee of the Fellowship. Thanks to the vision of cofounders Bill W., Dr. Bob S. and others, A.A.’s Twelve Steps to recovery from alcoholism, along with its Traditions and Concepts, all ensure that the Fellowship will continue strong. I am committed to serving A.A. in any way I can.”

Judge Flores, who has lived in California since age 8, received his law degree from the UCLA School of Law. He began his legal career at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, then spent several years in private practice in his hometown of Santa Maria, Calif. He joined the Public Defender’s Office in 1986 and within a year was appointed as the first court commissioner for the North Santa Barbara County Municipal Court. In 1998 he was elevated to the superior court, where, he says, “it is not uncommon to see an alcoholic crying for help in front of the judge.”

Looking back on his trailblazing work in the field of alcoholism and substance abuse, Judge Flores recalls, “I hit the ground running. My interest was partly personal—shake any family tree, including mine, and I think you’ll find a alcoholic or two. But the more involved I became with alcoholics and other substance abusers in my work, the more interested and concerned I became.”

Today Judge Flores is assigned to various specialty courts, including the Substance Abuse Treatment Court in Santa Maria, and is a facilitator for the National Drug Court Institute. A past president of the Latino Judges of California, he is a faculty member of the National Judicial College in Reno, Nev., where he has taught a course on domestic violence for the past seven years. Additionally, he served as a panelist at the national conferences of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals from 2004 through 2006, and in 2005 was a panelist at the A.A. International convention in Toronto, Canada, where he presented a workshop on how A.A. and the therapeutic courts cooperate. He belongs to both the National and California Associations of Drug Court Professionals. He and his wife, Arleen, a kindergarten teacher, have two grown children, Rogelio Jr., and Christina.

A.A.’s general service board is comprised of 14 alcoholic (Class B) trustees; and seven nonalcoholic (Class A) trustees—all of them highly respected professionals. From philosophy, organization and finance to public information, education and health care, their experience touches on vital aspects of A.A. world service.

…. Besides Judge Flores, the Class A board members include: Leonard M. Blumenthal, L.L.D. (chairman), retired CEO of the Alberta, Canada, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission; William D. Clark, M.D., retired medical director of the Addiction Resource Center in Brunswick, Maine; Ward B. Ewing, D.D., dean and president of The General Theological Seminary, New York City; Herbert I. Goodman, CEO of a Houston-based international corporation involved with petroleum products and conservation saving; Vincent E. Keefe, of Chicago, retired CEO of a large packaging corporation who presently serves on the boards of seven companies; and Jeanne S. Woodford, of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation in Sacramento.

Over the years, as Bill W. gratefully acknowledged, “our nonalcoholic trustees have given an incredible amount of time and effort; theirs has been a true labor of love.” *

*The A.A. Service Manual, p. S17

Media inquiries should be directed to:
Public Information Coordinator (212) 870-3119 or publicinfo@aa.org

The new movie “WILD” is not a 12 step story…Thank God and Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern Rock!!!.

Thank you for making this film !!!

I just came back from seeing the film WILD with Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern. WOW what a great film. No steppers bullshit, no rehab, no AA rhetoric hocus pocus nonsense. Just walking the PCT ( Pacific Crest Trail).

Now I have to admit I relate a lot to this film. No I never used heroin. I drank and smoked pot. But I did hitch hike across the country 3 times alone, in the rain the snow and during a summer.

I hiked up a huge mountain ( San Juan mountains) in south western Colorado at age 17 in the summer of 1974.

Crestone Needle is a high mountain summit of the Crestones in the Sangre de Cristo Range of the Rocky Mountains of North America.Wikipedia
  • Elevation:
    • 14,203′ (4,329 m) This is where I hiked. I was with two friends. It was un fucking believably beautiful and it was a hard hike.

Here I am at age 17.


I give this film 5 star rating. GO see it an be prepared to cry, laugh and enjoy a story that has not an inkling of stepper bullshit.

GO see it http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2305051/


and see if you want to walk too. I do. Im going to document it. Im going to walk more!

HERBERT TRACY WHITE sober 17 years, Murdered, Cut up and stuffed in a BAG in Downtown Los Angeles

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Today in downtown Los Angeles, Herbert Tracy Whites family will meet one more time to see if the Justice system will give poor Tracy White’s family a trial date. Its been 4 Long years since he was murdered by these demonic killers (Edward and Melissa Garcia) pretending they wanted help.
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Tracy was known as a good Samaritan, a guy with a willingness to help others and carry “the message” he learned in Alcoholics Anonymous.

I was introduced to Tracy at a Chrstmas party 2 years prior and will never forget his kind words, His cowboy boots, his great smile, his lovely demeanor, as I played the piano at an AA Christmas party.

Tracy was not small. He was over 6’5 , in great shape, a generous heart and a great example of a ” good AA ” member. Problem is …that not only are the Karla Brada’s The Sober Truth CBS 48Hoursbeing targeted , but the criminals are also targeting the good people in AA who think those coming to AA or those approaching them are really genuine about getting help. How wrong Tracy was. He had no idea what they were up to when they approached him at an ATM machine in Hollywood, in Novemeber of 2010.
Murdered, Chopped up and stuffed in a bag in this Continental hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.
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TODAY at 10:30 am at 210 West Temple , Los Angeles, CA. 9th floor, room 107 , Judge Fiddler will be there to hopefully give us and the Family and Tracy WHite and these killers a COURT DATE so that justice may be served.

I will be there. I hope we can make something happen and have justice served for him mother Elizabeth Peterson and his brothers and his wife and all those who loved TRACY.

more stories here http://www.nbcnews.com/id/40569773/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts/t/man-hacked-parts-stuffed-backpack-couple-sought/#.VJReqBUB

I Was Gang Raped by (a current AA member), at a U-VA Frat 30 Years Ago, and No One Did Anything

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” Except when to do so would injure them or others” quote from AA’s 12 steps

He made amends to her in 2005. Thats how she discovered that she was gang raped.

It was the classic 8th and 9th step, that got him put in jail and some justice served. I remember the story on stinkin thinkin years ago.

What a story… by Liz Seccuro

This is what she wrote…

In the same house where Rolling Stone’s Jackie says she was. No one did anything about it until one of my rapists contacted me to apologize.
I was gang-raped at the University of Virginia. I was gang raped at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house.

We are all left with questions and opinions in the exhausting wake of the now-infamous Rolling Stone article about campus sexual assault, and how victims are treated at the University of Virginia.

This is my story.

In August 1984, I arrived at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, eager to jump into college life. As a sheltered, shy, but ambitious child growing up in suburban Westchester County, New York, my choice struck some as very far away, very “Southern.” Most of my contemporaries from my all-girls high school in Rye, New York, were headed north to Boston or other parts of New England, to so many of the liberal arts colleges in much colder climes. My parents were thrilled with my choice, even though I had never even paid the campus a visit during the application process. I knew I wanted to go to UVA for one major reason: It had the country’s most highly ranked English department, my major of choice.

I had graduated as valedictorian, and as I packed my belongings for the trip the Charlottesville, I was prepared to make my mark at the wonderful institution founded by Thomas Jefferson. But, those hopes were to be dashed about five weeks into my college career. I was 17 years old.

read full story here …


THE DOC ( Department of Corrections) is coercing Everyone out of Prison System to AA (alcoholics anonymous) Meetings, Sober Living, 12 step “treatment” (wtf is that)….etc…with American TAX Payers Dollars!

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First off I want to reiterate what Maureen Maher said in her pre video to the CBS 48 hours piece, The Sober Truth that AA is not a professional treatment. Its just a support group….a fellowship….a lay persons support group. So why would the DOC be sending every body there, even those with no alcohol or drug issues?

Last Tuesday I interviewed Barry Hazle on my blog talk radio show…www.blogtalkradio.com/saferecovery who had sued the state of California, his probation office and the 12 step rehab he was forced to attend and won 1.9 Million dollars.

Barry Is an atheist.

During the interview I asked Barry a question . Something I have been fearing might be true. Something that makes AA and it’s intrencment into american society a scary reality. Yes it’s true that every person coming out of prison gets sent down some sort of AA rehabilitation tactics. Really. Well…Barry said yes this is true.

But my tax paying money is being used to do this? We are paying for AA religious indoctrination Bullshit daily. This made me really upset to think this is true.

Im not sure about you, but I know that we needed this CBS 48 hours piece. We need my film to come out and we need a lot more activism and education as to what AA is, why this needs to stop and then we need to stop it.

Even as I wrote this I can’t believe its true. SO pilots, Doctors, Foster care kids, everyone who get’s a DUI, everyone with a mental health issue and nurses and lawyers and …you get it….

Goodnight for now…

What Makes a Non-Profit a 501c3? Is AA in NY following those Legal guidelines?

A few years before I left AA there was this message coming from NY AA GSO, that was telling all the GSR’s, to tell all of us, that we needed to give more money to NY so they could be self supporting. They said things like ” gee…you spend $2.40 on a starbucks..WHy not put 2 dollars in the basket in stead of $1?”

This went on for a while and many of us listened, cocked our heads like puppies as said “are you kidding”…then put a dollar in the basket.

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I never really got it till the 2 years I was a GSR right before leaving AA. It turns out that more then half of the millions that flow into AA in NY do not come from its own Members! It comes from forced coerced people in rehabs and jail and prison and DUI classes etc. When I first saw the AA tax return I alomst threw up. I could not believe the millions they were bringing in . When I saw the salaries…over 6 million a year…again…whooops!

It was pointed out to me while in Sacramento last summer that this could be a taking down of AA as far as being a non profit.

I was just investigating Westcare Foundation because of Barry Hazle’s case and while reading their Tax Return came upon something called a schedule A. It seems a certain amount of money say a % of money must come from donations given by the members? Well as you can see I learned something else today.

Barry’s story also confirmed another one of my fears.

That no matter who you are and what offense you are arrested for… EVERYONE is sent down the AA /12 step/NA pipeline. WOW …now thats fucked up. We will need to come together and work together to unhinge this beast. I hope it turns out to be easier then I am imagining. spj or girl scout….any words of wisdom for me?

Barry Hazle, Jr.and Attorney John Heller On Blog talk radio Next Tuesday December 9, 2014 @4:30pm PST

More details to come. Tune in LIVE!!!!

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Barry A. Hazle Jr., Atheist, Wins Nearly $2 Million In Settlement Over Faith-Based Rehab Program

A California atheist has won a settlement of nearly $2 million after being sent to jail on a parole violation for objections he made about participating in a faith-based rehab program.

Barry A. Hazle Jr., 46, served time for a conviction of methamphetamine possession in 2007. As a condition of his parole, he was enrolled in a drug treatment program where participants were required to acknowledge a “higher power,” according to the Sacramento Bee.

Hazle complained and asked for a different treatment program, but was told the only option in his area was the faith-based, Westcare 12-step program, according to the Record Searchlight.

Hazle was sent back to jail for more than three months for allegedly being “disruptive, though in a congenial way, to the staff as well as other students” and being “sort of passive-aggressive,” the paper reported.

“I’m thrilled to finally have this case settled,” Hazle told the Searchlight. “It sends a clear message to people in a position of authority, like my parole agent, for example, that they not mandate religious programming for their parolees, and for anyone else, for that matter.”

Hazle sued in 2008 and won, but a jury refused to award him any damages. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals then threw out the decision. In a unanimous ruling, the three-judge panel said Hazle was entitled to compensation.

“The jury’s verdict, which awarded Hazle no compensatory damages at all for his loss of liberty, cannot be upheld,” Judge Stephen Reinhardt wrote in the court’s opinion. “The jury simply was not entitled to refuse to award any damages for Hazle’s undisputable — and undisputed — loss of liberty, and its verdict to the contrary must be rejected.”

The state of California will pay Hazle $1 million, while Westcare will pay $925,000 under terms of the settlement, according to KRCR-TV.

Hazle told the Sacramento Bee he plans to become active in local drug rehabilitation efforts.

The California Department of Corrections has since issued new rules stating that parole officers may not require parolees to attend faith-based program