Last night at dinner John asked me if I was growing corn in my backyard. The maintenance man asked the same question whilst conducting a contractor about the premises and therefore this is a good opportunity for me to seize upon a fertile new blog topic. The corn-like stalks currently growing in my garden are not human food, it is dove food; maize and millet.
California Ring Necked-Dove vs. Eurasian Collared-Dove
California Ring Necked or Mourning Dove are a constant thread in my life. Unfortunately the hardy Eurasian Collared-Dove is pushing out his look-alike cousin, the native Ring Necked-Dove. My grandfather used to raise Ringed Necks in his backyard in Sun Valley, California. Soon I was also raising these desert dove in my backyard in Sunland-Tujunga. Grandpa also taught me how to hunt California Ringed Neck-Dove with a shotgun in the desert. Now I feed these beautiful birds wherever I live. The desert and the dove ground me in my personal history.
Moving out of my home town of Sunland-Tujunga was such a good thing for me I now see that I should have done it much sooner. Thank God the DiMino Crime Family motivated me to finally get out of Dodge. I sold the former marital residence, packed up everything into my RV or storage and left for an extended stay at Milestones Ranch Malibu in 2004.
In the Spring of 2004 I hooked up with the Castelazo Crime Family and I was off and running. In approximately 2010 former Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief of Robbery/Homicide David Doan came into the picture. Along the way I began my own child sex trafficking investigation into registered child sex offender and entrepreneur John K. Herriot and his CMEN organization. I may have prevented Rick Boehle and Jeff Calvert, Esq. from giving leather and bondage seminars to twelve year old boys at California Men Enjoying Naturism events in Angeles Oaks, California. This story may sound strange but it is really just everything in my life coming full circle. Art and Eydie DiMino created child sex trafficking lies and they all came true in the form of John Herriot and his fake youth league baseball uniform business in West Hollywood. And through it all I keep feeding the dove.