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Richard Hannable
Welcomes you to Morro Bay

See Martin, most of the cops realize that the photos posted in the lobby should look like nice and friendly like this one.
But I heard he makes more money for the tow truck company than any other cop in town. And he only works weekends for free.
I tell yah, I wouldn't want this guy anywhere near my daughter,
I know of the kind of things that are on his mind.

March 18th, 2011:
All day yesterday, all I heard was, "Hannable, that's going to be a hard sell." Apparently he guy a awful lot of people snowed. I was even told that he just received a citizen of the year award from the community. Gee folks, this guy is as phony as a three dollar bill. And I'm not joking.

Now, let us talk about the first ten minutes I was in Morro Bay. I was traveling down the Embarcadaro on my way to the rock. Just in front of the power plant I noticed some blue flashing lights.
      It was Richard Hannable, an older cop, of which I prefer, but this one resembles the ones you see in the old movies where they sit behind a billboard and hide out waiting for out off towners to cruise by.
       This Hannable guy produced those kinna vibes when he informed me that he had just pulled me over to see if I was a good guy our not, (which happen to be illegal.)
     As I pitched my pitch, I mentioned the fact that I'm an open book and all he would have had to do is check out the web-site that was written all down the side of my truck.
       The creepy side of it all was that the guy has this white patchy skin disorder, that may lead you to think, he has had many lonely nights and being a bully just may be the thing that makes his day. Even though he listened to my pitch and didn't jump to any conclusions and let me on my way, something told me what the guy was after.
      What the guy is after, I thought, was someone with a warrant. Yes indeed, I hit it on the mark folks.
       This guy is all about getting cars impounded. That way, no matter what, the Morro Bay police department will get $150.oo for the little piece of paper that tells the towing company that you can have your car back.
     Yes indeed, folks, we are talking about a guy who happens to be one of Morro Bay's most favorite cops.
     He's like having a good will ambassador driving around playing mister good guy to many of the locals. He's been fired from Pismo before and now he works for free. I heard he used to be a private eye, but I'm betting that he's more like a bounty hunter. Regardless, he's trouble on wheels if you get my drift.
(Get this: Even though he only works weekends, I heard he makes Chucks Towing, more money than any other cop.)
       After the harassment with Martin and Kelly first went down, I didn't want to sound like I was at any war with the local law enforcement agency, so I wrote a bit mentioning that not all Morro Bay cops are bad. I just happened to mention how many seem to think Hannable is a great guy.
     Even though I wasn't convince of it, I wrote it anyway.
The next thing I knew, I had Hannable knocking on my door thanking me for such a flowery review. The next thing I knew was that this guy was talking about how he read some things I'd wrote and thought that we happen to think the same on a lot of things. That we should go a bar have a beer together sometime.
(Believe me when I say that he never read anything on my site that didn't relate to him.)
     The next visits were even worse. He would say that all my problems could be fixed with just a good piece of ass.
      For the most part, he would always suggest that I move on to some other town as though all my problems would go away if I did.
      The last time I spoke to him, it was apparent I was being stalked. He just happen to run into me at the place I check the south jetty first thing in the morning.
    He said that Martin and Kelly where in the right for citing me. He suggested that if I would just move to a smaller town somewhere else, I would be able to fly under the radar and not get noticed. "So, your are telling me that not flying under it here, I said.
     Then I asked him, "what is the duty of a police officer?"
       He said something like: To enforce the laws that govern us.
I thought it sounded more like to give us orders or to dictate what we can do. Like put you hands behind your back.) 
Gee, I thought it was more like to serve and protect.
,
        Sorry folks, I'll be back with some more about Hannable making it real easy to Kill me.
     And oh, officer Silva, you should be talking to Hannable as to where he should not be sending homeless to camp. 

March 16th, 2011:
I have to be in court tomorrow at 8:30. I guess it would have been a good idea to through it out the day I made Martin show up again to go through with his lying.
     I just hope they are stuck with it now and they can't though it out.

However, there has been an other development. That thing I mentioned earlier. About the undisclosed cop that just put my life in danger than it already is. The think I mentioned about the loop-hole in security he created.
       Figuring on the so called fact that I'm some kind of national security figure, that I've proved in more than one way before. I figure, that the modern day technical would involved video surveillance systems planted around every place I frequent.
       For the first Year and a half here in Morro Bay, I stayed most of my nights at the Albertson's or the back Cookie Crock parking lot where I now leave my cage while I'm at work. I use to keep it out in front of Albertson's by Mc Donald's during the day, but apparently one of Morro Bay's finest, called the property owners and told them I was camping there, but by then, Martin and Kelly had already come alone and wrote me up two times in two nights and ran my ass out of town, just like I had informed Kelly that she would eventually would be doing the first time I met her.
       However, for the past two years, I'd been parked just outside the city limits. Therefore my carbon foot print has been made sizably larger because I've been stuck every morning with about a mile long hill to climb with a cold engine, instead of just idling down hill to the beach.
     Being one who holds up traffic now, wasting more of your precious fuel. Polluting the air you breath, and not to mention the unnecessary ware and tare on my engine and all the hazards performed to your environment because I'll have to get someone to build me another engine, transmission or even truck.
     But now, let us talk about the first ten minutes I was in Morro Bay. I was traveling down the Embarcadaro on my way to the rock. Just in front of the power plant I noticed some blue flashing lights.
      It was Richard Hannable, an older cop, of which I prefer, but this one resembles the ones you see in the old movies where they sit behind a billboard and wait for out off towners to speed by.
       This Hannable guy produced those kinna vibes when he informed me that he had just pulled me over to see if I was a good guy our not. As I pitched my pitch, I mentioned the fact that I'm an open book and all he would have had to do is check out the web-site that was written all down the side of my truck.
       The creepy side of it all was that the guy has this white patchy skin disorder, that may lead you to think, he has had many lonely nights and being a bully just may be the thing that makes his day. Even though he listened to my pitch and didn't jump to any conclusions and let me on my way, something told me what the guy was after.
      What the guy is after, I thought, was someone with a warrant. Yes indeed, I hit it on the mark folks.
       This guy is all about getting cars impounded. That way, no matter what, the Morro Bay police department will get $150.oo for the little piece of paper that tells the towing company that you can have your car back.
     Yes indeed, folks, we are talking about a guy who happens to be one of Morro Bay's most favorite cops.
     He's like having a good will ambassador driving around playing mister good guy to many of the locals. He's been fired from Pismo before and now he works for free. I heard he used to be a private eye, but I'm betting that he's more like a bounty hunter. Regardless, he's trouble on wheels if you get my drift.
(Get this: Even though he only works weekends, I heard he makes Chucks Towing, more money than any other cop.)
       After the harassment with Martin and Kelly first went down, I didn't want to sound like I was at any war with the local law enforcement agency, so I wrote a bit mentioning that not all Morro Bay cops are bad. I just happened to mention how many seem to think Hannable is a great guy.
     Even though I wasn't convince of it, I wrote it anyway.
The next thing I knew, I had Hannable knocking on my door thanking me for such a flowery review. The next thing I knew was that this guy was talking about how he read some things I'd wrote and thought that we happen to think the same on a lot of things. That we should go a bar have a beer together sometime.
(Believe me when I say that he never read anything on my site that didn't relate to him.)
     The next visits were even worse. He would say that all my problems could be fixed with just a good piece of ass.
      For the most part, he would always suggest that I move on to some other town as though all my problems would go away if I did.
      The last time I spoke to him, it was apparent I was being stalked. He just happen to run into me at the place I check the south jetty first thing in the morning.
    He said that Martin and Kelly where in the right for citing me. He suggested that if I would just move to a smaller town somewhere else, I would be able to fly under the radar and not get noticed. "So, your are telling me that not flying under it here, I said.
     Then I asked him, "what is the duty of a police officer?"
       He said something like: To enforce the laws that govern us.
(I thought it sounded more like to give us orders or to dictate what we can do. Like put you hands behind your back.) 
Gee, I thought it was more like to serve and protect.
,
        Sorry folks, I'll be back with some more about Hannable making it real easy to Kill me.
     And oh, officer Silva, you should be talking to Hannable as to where he should not be sending homeless to camp. 

March 8th, 2011:
I have to admit, that some of things I do may seem a little crazy at times. It may be because some of the unconventional tactics I'm known use.
      I happen to call it: testing the waters.
Say for instance, if you happen to hear that you are a national security matter, how do you verify something like that?
       After the last attempt on my life just recently, I have to wonder if it was because of flunky security crew assigned to me and whether the government assigned them to me just to make it appear to the public that they actually care. The screw ups while being in jail recently and the call from whomever it was can only make you wonder what the legit purpose of it all is..
       However, recent developments have just put my life in more danger than it already is. Or as I may say, there has been a breach of security and it is all because of a Police Officer Hannable within the Morro Bay Police Department.
       Now don't start jumping to concussions because it isn't Martin this time. Regardless, the guy is a crook and I'm not even going to tell you who he is just yet.
      Never the less, I'm going to get into just how the Morro Bay Police have made my carbon foot print even bigger than it should be as well as the fact that I'm not as safe as I should be.
     Just as I said before: that I could be killed at any time but since I'm being watched so much, the people who would like to see me dead realize that the odds of killing me and getting away with it would be pretty slim.

  However, the Morro Bay Police have provide a clean cut way for someone could have me killed and there wouldn't be any trace of where the killers came from.
   So drop back by and I'll tell you a little story about just how it is so. And you the people out there can decide for yourself if another Morro Bay Police Officer has put me in even more of a dangerous position than before.

 

September 24 th, 08:   I got out of Morro Bay for the day, that was nice. Gee, last night I had to wonder if I was being stalked by Catlett # 2 of the Morro Police department.
    Folks, I do want to make one thing clear. Although Morro Bay has a reputation for having nasty cops, not all of them are bad.
    When I first moved here a year age, I wasn't in town more than fifteen minutes and was pulled over on the Embarcadero. And the officer had pulled me over just to check me out. Well I can't blame any cop for doing so, because the vehicle I drive doesn't look like the normal rig you se driving through town. I'm pretty sure the officer's name was Hannable. He said he just wanted to find out if I was a good guy and asked me why I couldn't just go with the flow. I told him, I going anyway I can get it. He said that he just wanted to check me out and I said that all he had to do was check out my web-site and that it was an open book to who I am and all about me.
   After running a check on me, we had a few words. I told him about the fire, my truck and all the police reports and court documents that were available on this web-site. He seemed to be a level headed gentleman and listened without jumping to his own conclusions.
   Since then we see each other around and I always get a friendly wave from him time to time. However from what I've learned, that Hannable is simi retired and used to work the beat in Fontana? Fontain? Anyway from what I gather -gang city, LA. Can you imagine; Morro Bay must be like a holiday picnic for the guy who seems to be quite the legend. Every one who has spoken about Hannable, (well except for one,) has had nothing but good things to say about the guy.
    A guy the other night expressed that Hannable doesn't just get drunk drivers of the road, he's know for keeping them for even driving in the first place.
    This guy said Hannable saw him walking towards his car when he was drunk and said, "You can either give me your keys, or go to jail." Hell, Hannable won over that guy's public opinion of him.
    I heard another story about a guy who Hannable did have to take to jail. I won't disclose any information about the arrest, but you can bet the guy would never hold it against Hannable and at the same time would have nothing but good to say about the guy.
    Oh, that one who bad mouthed Hannable. Well, that's where me and Hannable have something in common. The idiot who has never owned a car, bad mouthed and lied about me too. Can you imagine that such an idiot has a employer who will keep him around serving the public.
     I tell you what, that last thing I'd want is an employee who works customer service, telling lies about people. That's called slander and in the court of law, it would be a liable suit. Now the question one might want to know is -who would be responsible?
    Get this, the idiot had his boss kick my out of his place of business. And then made sure everyone in town knew about it.
         The guy played the smart guy card on me, but said I was too passionate. He took my phone number and said that he'd check out my web-site and call me to let me know if I was welcome back in his place of business. I guess he didn't like my web-site, but I doubt that his visitors have more than quadrupled since then; as my web-site has.Where does the guy think he is? Hollywood?  

September 28 th, 08:    I Last night while I was parked at the library and there was an AA meeting going on; I heard a conversation outside my door that sounded like the possibility of a cop, talking on the phone about me. So I opened the door to find a man smoking a ciggy butt waring a blue shirt having a fireman's logo on it. I ducted back inside but I couldn't help but hear parts of his conversation. It sounded like he was talking to the police department and insisting that I must be in some kind of violation.
   I had already done all the work I wanted to get done, but I couldn't help but anticipate some cop arriving at my door to answer the complaint. However I decided to avoid the whole ordeal and spare the cops and I of the awkward situation; and I split. But what is it with these guys here. I've got more stories about guys here in Morro Bay who just want to give me a ruff time. (Later in El Local I'll tell a few of the stories.)

However today while sitting at the library, I heard a friendly knock on my door and the last thing I would have thought it was is another cop. But low and behold, it was Hannable. He had stopped by to thank me for the "glowing" things I had to say about him. I could tell it kinna blew him away; that people here has such kind words to say about him. But I have to say that it just blows me away seeing the kind of attention this journal page has gotten lately. And it's kind of nice to know that Hannable himself happens to be one of the readers who drop by this site from time to time
   The deal is: when I launched Synchro-link.com, I thought of this web-site as a loosing prospect. I didn't think it was going anywhere. But looking at the growth in traffic;  I see that I must be doing something right because it's leaving Synchro-link way behind in the numbers. It goes to show that it's not only the truck that people are dropping in for, it's the content. Content that is created by a guy as Hannable would say is a guy who marches by the beat of a different drum.
    Thanks for dropping by. 

 

 

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For those of you who may feel I don't have better things to do with my time than molesting children or stalking women, I'd say do a background check on me yourself, because you can not believe anything any cop or fireman will tell you.
      I've actually tried doing a criminal background check on myself because I would love to find one that wasn't true. I've learned that even when they say it's free, that it is not. However, I did find one that will refund your money if you cancel a monthly subscription with 7 days. Its at
www.beenverified.com/subscribe

I'm the Dennis Sattler, 50 in Van Nuys CA, Lakewood Washington, Castic CA

But in reality now days, you only have to fire up a search engine.

And no I'm not the Dennis Sattler in Texas who hid in a closet and then killed his wife. But that goes to show you that if I have done any criminal act such as stalking a woman or molesting a child, just Googling my name would tell you.

 

 

 

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