WHEN did AA Drug Court begin in your State. How can we stop this?

WHEN did drug court begin in your state.

Do you want to stop this? How can you help? contact us at makeaasafer@gmail.com

Please contact NY General Service Office – and express your complaints about Court Ordering.

 

NYC AA International Headquarters located in the Interfaith Building on Riverside Drive in Harlem.

212-870-3400

Ask for Greg Tobin General Service Manager/President of AA, or Albin Zezula .

It has been reported to us that there are many long time AA members who are very upset about forced attendance to AA meetings. They are saying it is ruining their atmosphere inside the rooms.  We agree- but- it is  a 1st amendment civil rights violation to be forced to attend a religious organization by ones government. So many who get a DUI or any ticket have no idea what AA is. Some young people I know, especially one young male, who was a Muslim was very offended and shocked he was forced to go to such a lay person religious group and many are atheists who are equally insulted. We are fighting back.

If you are still in AA, you can bring this up at every level in AA.

Courts could have a group downtown where all 7 free options could be shown them. That’s it. No one should be forced there.

Please call the ACLU, The Atheists Society and NY AA  to file a complaint as well as your local State Attorney General. Call them. Email them.

http://courts.mi.gov/administration/admin/op/problem-solving-courts/drug/pages/default.aspx

Mr. ABRAM TUVOV – AA member of 20 years – Convicted of four counts of Felony Rape in Palm Springs last month yet still is out free. Is AA that powerful – Are AA members part of a secret untouchable society ? What gives?

FACTS – Abram Tuvov – member of Alcoholics Anonymous for 20 + years we heard in court, resides in Palm Springs and known in Santa Monica AA,  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meetings and its community was convicted last month of four counts of Felony Rape charges.

Jane Doe contacted us after the rape occurred in late November 2014 and she became frustrated with the way the case was being handled by Palm Springs Police Department.

Last month I sat in court for a day to listen and support the  victim on the witness stand. She was brave and honest.

He was convicted by a JURY of his peers. Yet Abram Tuvov walked out of the courthouse a free man. OK – so they gave him 30 days to get his affairs together. So what happened here on Wednesday?

The Judge –Otis Sterling, gave him those 30 days to do this.

BUT >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>He showed up on Wednesday  March 13th, 2018 in Indio, CA Court House, located at 46200 Oasis St. Indio, CA 92201. Room 2G   TUVOV   saying ” he fired his lawyer”! So now what happens. He had a trial. They found him guilty.  —- what is going on here. Why is he not in jail? He will walk around free for over two months even though he was found guilty as charged ====++++++

Facts :

CASE # INF1600703-  call 760-393-2617

The rape occurred November 2014.

Samantha Paxio is the DA/ District Attorney defending the Victim – Jane Doe.

The judge gave him 60 more days. They will be back in court May 23, 2018 .

We hear Detective Benstead did a kickass job with this case. Thank you Detective!

 

What happened to a fair and speedy trial? If you or a loved one was harmed in any way by an AA / NA member please write to us at makeaasafer@gmail.com

If you were raped –  sexual harassed – assaulted, groped – please call the police – go to rape in crisis center – or contact us here.

 

 

WARREN BOYD – self proclaimed Addiction interventionist Highlighted on THE CLEANER on A & E is facing trial in Glendale, CA Courts

With no degree in science, no PhD, no CAC11 training, no MFCC license, no nothing – Warren Boyd has played the big shot where  TV shows like The Cleaner on A & E – portray his form of radical, abusive, illegal ( Im not sure what to really call him ) 2009- 3 seasons , starring Ben Bratt . He claims he knows how to get Addicts to clean up. I’m like whatever dude- you are NOT God !

 

He has 9 DUI’s and did 5 years in Prison and got very close with many Hollywood Celebrities. Courtney Love, Mel Gibson, Robert Downey Jr., Corey Monteith,  and Whitney Houston.  You can read the article here in The Hollywood Reporter.

The Heroin-Addict Actress, The Interventionist and a Grieving Mother’s Court Fight: “She Didn’t Want to Die”

by Scott Johnson December 08, 2016, 6:15am PST

Eight months after Warren Boyd, who helped the likes of Robert Downey Jr. and Courtney Love get clean, took on aspiring Beverly Hills actress Amy Breliant as a client, the young woman was dead. Now Boyd — along with ‘Star Wars’ actress Carrie Fisher — will face a civil lawsuit.

Two LAPD officers working the 15-ADAM-85 beat responded to a call about a suspicious death.

They came to a well-tended home in Studio City around noon on Sept. 21, 2010. In one of three bedrooms, they found Amy Breliant, an aspiring actress and model from Beverly Hills. She was slouched over on a bed wearing a blue shirt, a computer in her lap. Crime scene photos show a syringe and cellphone in one hand and a string of rosary beads around her neck. A tinfoil ball with an off-white substance, a spoon and a green lighter lay next to her. She had been dead for several hours. A roommate who had made the 911 call told the coroner he had been staying with Breliant for two months to “help her sober up and stay away from the drug scene.”

Amy was 21, beautiful, vivacious —

 

and a heroin addict. Seven months earlier, she had begun another attempt at sobriety under the guidance of Warren Boyd, a self-described “extreme interventionist” who tied his public image to the successful recovery of some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. A convicted felon and former addict himself, Boyd reportedly had helped Robert Downey Jr. get clean. Courtney Love later hired Boyd, and paparazzi caught the two coming and going from court hearings and rehab appointments. Such Hollywood royalty as Mel Gibson and Whitney Houston reportedly had been on his client roster. In 2008, A&E aired a fictionalized version of his life called The Cleaner, starring Benjamin Bratt. In a behind-the-scenes advertorial, actor Ashley Hamilton, another client, said Boyd’s “by any means necessary” approach was harsh but effective. “Warren’s great for addicts because he can convince you you need to get sober,” said Hamilton.

But Boyd’s unorthodox intervention techniques hadn’t saved Breliant. Amy’s mother, Gianna, believes Boyd exacerbated her daughter’s heroin addiction and contributed to her death. Court records and depositions from former employees suggest that Boyd may have crossed the line from “extreme interventionist” into something more dangerous.

AMY deserves better – All those with Substance users deserve to be treated by real Doctors and real therapists. Not some ex con who thinks he is a cool 12 stepper with an edge.

Read full story here:

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/features/warren-boyd-carrie-fisher-sued-by-mother-late-amy-breliant-953238