Monthly Archives: May 2016

Panama Papers: An L.A. Connection

An International Consortium of Investigative Journalists data base reveals a Los Angeles connection to the Panama Papers.  The Shafrir Family Trust — of Amiram “Ami” and Sarit Shafrir — government witnesses in the prosecution of Tony Pellicano and his co-defendants, … Continue reading

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Alphonse F. Provinziano and the Credibility of Attorneys

Attorney Anthony Provinziano seems to think he is a “top lawyer.” He boasts on his website that:   We are a boutique law firm of top lawyers and legal professionals dedicated to giving our clients excellent service and aggressive advocacy. … Continue reading

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Beware of 1972 in 2016 Congressional Elections

In 1972, Democrat George McGovern carried only Massachusetts and the District of Columbia against Republican Richard Nixon but at the same time, Democrats only lost 13 House seats and gained two Senate seats.  What happened and why? With a nominee … Continue reading

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