Since the Dilly, Dally, Delay & Stall Law Firms are adding their billable hours, the Toyota U.S.A. and Route 44 Toyota posts have been separated here:

Route 44 Toyota Sold Me A Lemon

Monday, September 1, 2014

TOYOTA: Silencing the TRUTH!

This Phony Baloney comes to Washington, pretends TOYOTA has changed.....

Akio Toyoda looked sincere.....MY BAD!

I made the mistake of believing his phony performance!

TOYOTA is attempting to SILENCE A WHISTLE BLOWER because TOYOTA is afraid the PUBLIC might know the TRUTH!


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Court filings: My opposition to Toyota's application for OSC re contempt

If you've been HARMED by TOYOTA, consider kicking in a few bucks to defend this HEROIC WHISTLEBLOWER!


Hillary Consuming KoolAid, Chevron's Destroying the Environment, Denmark Arrests Sea Shepherd Activists,

What transpired in Ferguson was not isolated, yet the killing of unarmed Michael Brown has galvanized a nation, revealed American Racism for the world to view, exposed misguided support for the tyranny imposed on those of different color.

At the very least, BE HONEST!

Hillary continues to DISAPPOINT!

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Charles Pierce | This Is Mighty White of You
Hillary Clinton. (photo: Reuters)
Charles Pierce, Esquire
Pierce writes: "Hillary Clinton finally said something about recent events in Ferguson, Missouri. What she said appears to have been written by nine consultants, eight people from marketing, seven lawyers, six ESL valedictorians, and Mark Penn."

Putin Reportedly Dangles Nuclear War Threat
Esther Tanquintic-Misa, International Business Times
Tanquintic-Misa writes: "US senators have advised sending defensive weapons to Ukraine so the latter can fight off pro-Russian rebels as President Vladimir Putin dangled the threat of nuclear war."

Army Lawyer for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Resigns, Alleges Sham
National Public Radio
Excerpt: "Last week, Maj. Jason Wright — one of the lawyers defending Mohammed - resigned from the Army. He has accused the U.S. government of 'abhorrent leadership' on human rights and due process guarantees and says it is crafting a 'show trial.'"

US and Iran Unlikely Allies in Iraq Battle
Tim Arango and Azam Ahmed, The New York Times
Excerpt: "With American bombs raining down from the sky, Shiite militia fighters aligned with Iran battled Sunni extremists over the weekend, punching through their defenses to break the weekslong siege of Amerli."

Ferguson's Outrage Unites Victims of Police Violence, Nationwide
Brian Melley, Associated Press
Melley writes: "They were killed in Wisconsin, New York and California. Some were shot on the street. One was killed in a Wal-Mart. Another died after being placed in a chokehold. All died at the hands of police and all have been united by one thing: the killing of Michael Brown."

Inside Chevron's $9 Billion Legal Battle With Ecuadorean Villagers
Alexander Zaitchik, Rolling Stone
Zaitchik writes: "On March 4th, a federal judge in New York City blocked one of the richest and most scrutinized judgments in the annals of class-action law from being enforced on U.S. soil."

Denmark Arrests Sea Shepherd Activists Amid Whale Slaughter
Mike Fossum, WebProNews
"On Saturday, fourteen members of the animal rights activist group Sea Shepard were arrested on the Faroe island of Sandoy in the North Atlantic, after attempting to stop the slaughter of 33 pilot whales."

DemocracyNOW! : "A Slaughter of Innocents": Henry Siegman, a Venerable Jewish Voice for Peace, on Gaza

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Toyoya Camry v Building

Cairns brothers’ driving lesson goes awry as learner plows through showroom warehouse in Woree
The scene of a single vehicle accident at Ponzo Street, Woree, where a learner driver cra

The scene of a single vehicle accident at Ponzo Street, Woree, where a learner driver crashed through an empty shopfront. No one was injured.
A MAN being taught to drive by his younger brother may need a few more lessons after ploughing the car through a showroom warehouse in Woree last night. 
The pair – one aged 23 from Mooroobool and one aged 32 from Manunda – were in a Toyota Camry carrying “L” plates when the older man reportedly drove the car off the road in Ponzo St about 6.15pm.

The scene of a single vehicle accident at Ponzo Street, Woree, where a learner driver cra
The scene of a single vehicle accident at Ponzo Street, Woree, where a learner driver crashed through an empty shopfront. No one was injured. The driver has a sample of breath taken by police.
The car appeared to have knocked over a bollard before smashing through the middle showroom window, travelling through an internal wall in the building then stopping against a rear window.
The scene of a single vehicle accident at Ponzo Street, Woree, where a learner driver cra
The scene of a single vehicle accident at Ponzo Street, Woree, where a learner driver crashed through an empty shopfront. No one was injured.
Emergency services attended the scene but nobody was transported to hospital.
The warehouse was vacant at the time as it is understood to be up for lease.
Police believe the accident was a result of nothing more than complete inexperience.

Déjà Vu nightmare after hairy experience

Are insurance companies examining these vehicles to determine if they are DEFECTIVE? Or do they simply pass the increased costs on the CONSUMERS?

Déjà Vu nightmare after hairy experience

Another Fatal Toyota Camry Crash

Man dies in single-vehicle crash near Bathurst

Monday, 01 September 2014 10:15:00 AM
A man has died in a single-vehicle crash at Duramana, near Bathurst, yesterday.

About 10:15am, Sunday 31 August 2014, police were called to Turondale Road after a motorist came across a Toyota Camry that had crashed into a tree.

A man and woman went to render first aid when they found a 72-year-old man inside the vehicle and unresponsive.

They removed him from the car and performed CPR until the arrival of paramedics, however, he died at the scene.

Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the crash are continuing and police will prepare a report for the information of the Coroner.

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Bill Simpich | The Ferguson Grand Jury Will Love Officer Darren Wilson
The casket of Michael Brown exits Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church at the end of his funeral on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014. (photo: Robert Cohen)
Bill Simpich, Reader Supported News
Simpich writes: "'When that prosecutor finishes with that police officer in that grand jury, they're going to love him.' This is not a quote from the Ku Klux Klan. This quote is from Jerryl Christmas, a local Ferguson defense attorney, talking about the Michael Brown case. How is that possible?"

Israel Plans Largest West-Bank Settlement Expansion in '30 Years'
Excerpt: "Israel announced on Sunday a land appropriation in the occupied West Bank that an anti-settlement group termed the biggest in 30 years and a Palestinian official said would cause only more friction after the Gaza war."

US Telecoms Giants Call on FCC to Block Cities' Expansion of High-Speed Internet
Dominic Rushe, Guardian UK
Rushe writes: "Chattanooga has the largest high-speed internet service in the US, offering customers access to speeds of 1 gigabit per second - about 50 times faster than the US average. The service, provided by municipally owned EPB, has sparked a tech boom in the city and attracted international attention."

Ralph Nader | The Crime of Overbilling Healthcare
Ralph Nader, The Nader Page
Nader writes: "How extensive is this commercial crime wave? The nation's expert on computerized billing fraud, Malcolm Sparrow, who is an applied mathematician at Harvard, estimates medical billing fraud adds up to a minimum sum of $270 billion a year or at least ten percent of all health care expenses."

UN Urges US to Stop Police Brutality After Missouri Shooting
Stephanie Nebehay, Reuters
Nebehay writes: "The U.N. racism watchdog urged the United States on Friday to halt the excessive use of force by police after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman touched off riots in Ferguson, Missouri."

California Passes 'Yes-Means-Yes' Campus Sexual Assault Bill
Aaron Mendelson, Reuters
Mendelson writes: "Californian lawmakers passed a law on Thursday requiring universities to adopt 'affirmative consent' language in their definitions of consensual sex, part of a nationwide drive to curb sexual assault on U.S. campuses."

Utah Fracking Fine Highlights Wastewater Pond Threat
Peter Moskowitz, Al Jazeera America
Moskowitz writes: "When fracking causes controversy, it's often because of wells - either the ones used to inject chemicals and water into the ground to break up gas-rich shale rock or the ones used to dispose of all the waste and water left over from the injection process. Often overlooked is a another way to dispose of that waste: massive surface ponds."