Hard
 at
Work

By HEINZ DINTER, PhD

Verification of Facts

 

From: Heinz Dinter, PhD [mailto:hdinter@grandlifestyle.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 8:21 AM
To: Carolyn Friedman Frank Esq. (CarolynFrank@comcast.net)
Cc: Orestes & Ana Hernandez (cuatrok77@yahoo.com)
Subject: RE: Verification of Facts

Good morning, Ms. Frank.

With reference to my email of May 23, 2014, changes in my priorities prevented me from attending to my regular schedule. In the meantime, my thoughts reverberate with searches for doing the right thing and doing it right.

None of my actions as a journalist were driven by motives to cause pain to your client, Orestes Hernandez, or you. I simply did my job as an investigative journalist in search for the truth, but also face my obligation as a citizen.

Your client’s failure and yours to respond to my request for the verification of facts now gives me the green light to conclude all I have written is true. Therefore, aside from publishing the story, “Hard at Work,” at www.GrandLifestyle.com/HAW/HAW.html, I must report my story to the authorities, including Workers’ Compensation, Social Security, Firearms Control,, Poison Control, and Animal Protection. Of course, Mr. Hernandez’ employer and the employer’s insurance company must also learn the truth.

Before doing so, in an act of compassion to offer all parties addressed in my article the opportunity to lean on mitigating circumstances and plead for leniency by voluntarily approaching all parties with authority to prosecute, I shall do the following: For this reason, and this reason alone, I shall withhold my next step for a short time, but must not do so for more than ten days. Please advise if you need more time to discuss this matter with your client and to seek counsel.

             

Heinz Dinter, PhD Editor & Publisher
Grand Lifestyle Publisher™
PO Box 558250
Miami, Florida 33255 USA
305-600-4655
305-431-1518 (C) HDinter (Skype) 305-600-1213 (Fax)

www.GrandLifestyle.com HDinter@GrandLifestyle.com
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Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff life is made of.
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), American statesman, scientist, and philosopher

 From: Heinz Dinter, PhD [mailto:hdinter@grandlifestyle.com]
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2014 3:00 PM
To: Carolyn Friedman Frank Esq. (CarolynFrank@comcast.net)
Subject: FW: Verification of Facts

Good afternoon, Ms. Frank.

I do not wish to complicate matters if, for example, a communication barrier causes your client, Orestes Hernandez, not to understand my email message of May 19, 2014 (replicated below) with reference to my request for the verification of facts apropos my draft manuscript “Hard at Work” at www.GrandLifestyle.com/HAW/HAW.html.

Here is an incident that raises my concern: When Mrs. Ana Hernandez, wife of your client, attacked me in the afternoon of May 21, 2014 red-faced with a barrage of verbal accusations including the accusation of writing that her husband killed three dogs. Of course, I did not put my pen to such accusation. Is it simply a matter of not understanding English or is it designed to be a smear campaign. The former reaches my compassion; the latter I interpret as an admission of guilt.

There is yet another point which may concern you and your law firm: If you and/or other members of your law firm, Friedman, Rodman & Frank, PA, took an active part in representing Orestes Hernandez in return for a hefty legal fee (I very much doubt you represented Mr. Hernandez pro bono) following his accident by pursuing Orestes Hernandez’ claim against his employer and his employer’s insurance company, and petition for benefits from Workers’ Compensation and Social Security then you and your firm are involved, and I shall raise the issues in my article.

Please, if I am mistaken on specific points, help me correct the mistake prior to the publication of the article.

Unless you and your client respond objectively and specifically to clearly identified points, the publication of my article will commence and an email campaign will alert interested parties to the article on Saturday, May 24, 2014. If you are interested in receiving my email campaign I urge you to add your name to the mailing list by visiting www.GrandLifestyle.com.

Mr. Hernandez may plain to commence a defamation lawsuit against me. In such event, permit me to remind you of Florida Statute 836.07 and request you advise your client accordingly.

TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF ACCORDINGLY.

          

Heinz Dinter, PhD Editor & Publisher
Grand Lifestyle Publisher™
PO Box 558250
Miami, Florida 33255 USA
305-600-4655
305-431-1518 (C) HDinter (Skype) 305-600-1213 (Fax)

www.GrandLifestyle.com HDinter@GrandLifestyle.com
www.BringTruthToLight.net www.HeinzDinter.com www.EvergladesEden.org
www.facebook.com/heinzdinter www.twitter.com/heinzdinter www.linkedin.com/in/heinzdinter

Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff life is made of.
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), American statesman, scientist, and philosopher

From: Heinz Dinter, PhD [mailto:hdinter@grandlifestyle.com]
Sent: Monday, May 19, 2014 5:34 PM
To: Orestes & Ana Hernandez (cuatrok77@yahoo.com)
Cc: Carolyn Friedman Frank Esq. (CarolynFrank@comcast.net)
Subject: Verification of Facts

Orestes and Ana Hernandez
22420 SW 262 Street
Homestead, FL 33031

Dear Mr. & Mrs. Hernandez:

In deference to your alleged desire not to engage in communication with me as communicated to me by your attorney, Carolyn Friedman Frank, in a telephone call, I sent a “Verification of Facts” email to your attorney on May 18, 2014 for the sole purpose of verifying facts regarding you and your family pertaining to the preparation of an article authored by me and slated for publication. Ms. Frank, having ignored my email, forces me to direct my verification of facts to you to assure the publication of the truth and to protect you as a resident of this country protected by the United States Constitution and me as a journalist benefitting from the same protection, including the protection afforded me under the First Amendment as long as I take all reasonable steps to publish the truth.

I direct your attention to information contained in the evolving draft article titled “Hard at Work” (please click on the title to read the article draft) focusing today on a number of sections, namely sections I through XIV.

The information is of significant public interest and, therefore, is slated for worldwide publication.
Please review the information and — if any statements therein are contrary to the truth — identify such specific statements and bring them to my attention forthwith; otherwise, we consider all statements to be confirmed by you as being true and correct.

Please respond to HDinter@GrandLifestyle.com.

Thank you for giving this matter your prompt attention not later than Friday, May 23, 2014. If circumstances beyond your control prevent you from abiding by my deadline, please have your attorney so advise me in writing and I shall cooperate as much as possible.

          

Heinz Dinter, PhD Editor & Publisher
Grand Lifestyle Publisher™
PO Box 558250
Miami, Florida 33255 USA
305-600-4655
305-431-1518 (C) HDinter (Skype) 305-600-1213 (Fax)

www.GrandLifestyle.com HDinter@GrandLifestyle.com
www.BringTruthToLight.net www.HeinzDinter.com www.EvergladesEden.org
www.facebook.com/heinzdinter www.twitter.com/heinzdinter www.linkedin.com/in/heinzdinter

Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff life is made of.
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), American statesman, scientist, and philosopher

From: Heinz Dinter, PhD [mailto:hdinter@grandlifestyle.com]
Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2014 10:23 AM
To: Carolyn Friedman Frank Esq. (CarolynFrank@comcast.net)
Subject: Verification of Facts

Carolyn Friedman Frank, Esq.
Friedman, Rodman & Frank PA
3636 W Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33135-1030

Good morning, Ms. Frank.

This communication is directed to you in deference to your request that I submit communication intended for your client to you.
I direct your attention to information contained in the evolving article titled “Hard at Work” focusing today on a number of sections in the article, sections 1, 2, and 7.

The information is of significant public interest and, therefore, is slated for worldwide publication.

Please review the information and — if any statements therein are contrary to the truth — identify such specific statements and bring them to my attention forthwith; otherwise, we consider all statements to be confirmed by you as being true and correct.

I also welcome your comments (which you may also publish on the Internet while visiting www.GrandLifestyle.com) and request an interview.

Thank you for giving this matter your prompt attention

          

Heinz Dinter, PhD Editor & Publisher
Grand Lifestyle Publisher™
PO Box 558250
Miami, Florida 33255 USA
305-600-4655
305-431-1518 (C) HDinter (Skype) 305-600-1213 (Fax)

www.GrandLifestyle.com HDinter@GrandLifestyle.com
www.BringTruthToLight.net www.HeinzDinter.com www.EvergladesEden.org
www.facebook.com/heinzdinter www.twitter.com/heinzdinter www.linkedin.com/in/heinzdinter

Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff life is made of.
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), American statesman, scientist, and philosopher

 

There has been no response • Conclusion: All facts reported are verified

The Many Opportunities To Commit Fraud
Cheat your employer by embellishing an accident
Sue and settle with your company's employer for a big, very big payday
File for workers' compensation and collect a monthly check
File for disability with Social Security and collect an even bigger monthly check
Get help from others — it's called conspiracy to defraud

Fraud Is a Crime

Do Banks or the Taxpayers Finance Mortgage Fraud

A clever, but simple mortgage fraud scheme using chutzpah and conspiracy

I. That's What Disabled People Do

Riding Into the Sunset

Up, Up, and Away

A Family Affair

More Of A Family Affair

 

The Client's home. It was purchased for more than a quarter million dollars ($260,000 to be exact) in the fall of 2012 for cash and then transformed into a mammee orchard of some 1,000 trees which, of course, cost tens of thousands more, and will be blossoming thanks to the sweat and blood of the family with the Client diligently attending to the orchard's welfare every day digging and grooming, fertilizing, killing the weed, watering, and cutting the grass.

The Client's background will shed light on the matter. He was employed as a laborer at the company where the accident changed his life. His wife was also employed for what could be called minimum wages. The family lived in a very modest abode prior to making this stunning move to the 5-acre property with a fairly new, very comfortable home.

II. Disrespect for Our Environment

Fourteen trees, eleven were beautiful mahogany, were robbed of their existence and ability to help our fragile environment without the required permission.

When the Miami-Dade Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources Environmental Resources Management learned of the crime, the sword of justice came down hard on the tree cutter, the Client.

 

2013: 10 mahogany trees along the street (on the right of way),
1 mahogany tree on the southwest corner of the main house, 2 ficus trees, and 1 valuable tree of unknown type on the southwest corner of the utility building with the white roof enjoyed a peaceful existence in the Redland and offered significant benefits to our environment.

 

2014: The 14 trees are gone. They were ruthlessly, disrespectfully and without permission cut down.

Resolution of the Environmental Mutilation
Following an inspection by Miami-Dade's Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources, Environmental Resources Management, Tree Program (305-372-6626; www.miamidade.gov/economy) a notice of violation was issued. The property owner thereupon submitted an after the fact tree permit application.to resolve the violation.
Upon payment of the permit fee (which requires double fees), Miami-Dade County issued the after the fact tree removal permit. The permit gives the property owner three months to satisfy the canopy requirements. The canopy requirement can be satisfied through on-site planting at a pre-approved and nearby off-site location or through a contribution to the Miami-Dade County Tree Trust Fund.

III. The Client's Steady Hands Construct a New Building

The Client's steady hands construct a new building with the help of his family and without the blessings of the authorities — Miami-Dade Building and Zoning was not extended the courtesy of a visit to apply for the required permits. Let us hasten to add that the Client is neither a licensed carpenter, electrician, or any other profession duly authorized to engage in construction activities.

Another observation, though not a surprise, places the client at the scene of the crime atop a ladder and swinging a hammer. Clicking on the image above will reveal the facts in glorious color. The helping family members are not discernable (the forensic expertise of appropriate authorities may do so) in this image. But the videos presented further up do so.

 

IV. Encroaching on the Neighbors' properties

With hundreds of thousands of dollars in his bank account, the Client built a fence laced with barbed wire around his newly acquired 5-acre property (click on the image to get a closer look).

In the process, he used an old but illegal trick: instead of being constructed along the property line, he pushed the fence well onto the neighbors' properties — all three neighbors.

Complaints were ignored. The Wild West move to enlarge his real estate holdings now dictate legal action to slow down the Client's real estate expansion campaign.

 

V. Dispensing Poison Without Permit

The Client's newly established mammee orchard calls for fumigation because weeds are not welcome.

Of course, the eradication by means that protect our health are welcome because the mammees that will reach market will not be organically grown and, as health science has confirmed, constitute a health hazard.

Nevertheless, using poisonous insecticides is legal. But what is unlawful is the failure to first obtain the government-required permit. The Client has not done so.

 

VI. Cheap Disposal of Construction Debris

Construction activities generate debris. That's known by one and all.

What is also known by law-abiding citizens is that construction debris may not be disposed of in Miami-Dade's green garbage disposal containers. Please click on the image if you don't believe it's a Miami-Dade garbage can.

How does the Client dispose of construction debris? You guessed correctly: The Tuesday and Friday garbage pickups by Miami-Dade's Sanitation Department solved the problem.

VII. The Pets Suffered a Cruel Existence and Faced
Miserable Death

The dogs were shaved to look like lions, exposing their naked skin to the unforgiving Florida sun.

The Client owned three of these beautiful puppies, one shown here in December 2012 prior to the brutal mutilation.

The cats were given a free ride into the nearby Everglades where they assuredly were welcomed by the alligators and always hungry pythons discovered measuring 20 feet in length.

 

 

VIII. Cheat Your Employer by Embellishing an Accident

An unfortunate accident hurt his right hand.

IX. Sue and Settle With Your Employer Company For a Big, Very Big Payday

The Client hires lawyers that specialize in personal injury, workers' compensation and Social Security benefits.

 

X. File For Workers' Compensation and Collect a Monthly Check

The Client — citing his accident that disabled his right arm — assisted by a lawyer, filed for workers' compensation and now collects about $300 each and every month because he is disabled and unable to use both of his hands in doing, for example, manual labor like swinging a hammer as shown in the videos available above for your viewing.

XI. File For Disability With Social Security and Collect an Even Bigger Monthly Check

Alleging mental illness, the Client now collects about $1,200 each and every month. One big question looms over the horizon: Did he file for disability with the Social Security Administration with the help of a lawyer prior to or after becoming the proud owner of three weapons (two handguns and one shotgun) and applying for and acquiring a concealed weapon's permit?
The neighbors are understandably concerned and fearful. With thoughts of horrible massacres in recent times making the news on their mind, discussions of circulating a petition is making the rounds.

Resolution of the Firearms Danger
The  Miami-Dade Police Department has been alerted.

 

XII. Get Help From Others — It's Called Conspiracy to Defraud

The prominent or not so prominent lawyers who assisted the Client and the adult members of his family (that included his wife and the wife's mother), now face the following double-pronged question: How much did and do they know and what is their extent of teaming up with the Client's schemes?

Conspiracy to commit fraud as all parties — especially the lawyers — should know is a serious crime punishable by imprisonment.

Of course, all monies received (one-time payments and monthly deposits to his bank account) must be returned to those who were so very generous — the employer's insurance company, the State of Florida, and the United States.

XIII. The Client's Attorneys

 

XIV. The Client

The Client is being observed every morning by his neighbors strolling the neighborhood streets holding onto a long rod (held in either hand as observed) and wearing (always!) a jacket even when our Florida sun delivers comfortable warmth.

Another (is it significant?) observation: The right pocket is always bulging and the neighbors are nervous being reminded of the horrible news being delivered over the airwaves and in print from other parts of the country. Could the Redland south of Miami be next?

The Vital Statistics:

          Orestes and Ana Hernandez
          22420 SW 262 Street
          Homestead, FL 33031
          305-508-8579 (Orestes)
          786-307-6653 (Ana)
          cuatrok77@yahoo.com

          Carolyn Friedman Frank, Esq.
          Florida Bar Number: 91138
          Friedman, Rodman & Frank PA
          3636 W Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33135
          30355 S Dixie Highway, Homestead, FL 33033
          www.FloridaInjuryLawyer.pro
          305-448-8585
          305-448-9818 (Fax)
          CarolynFrank@comcast.net

 

A Courtesy Note to the Client's Attorneys
Gleaned From the Florida Statutes

836.07 Notice condition precedent to prosecution for libel.

Before any criminal action is brought for publication, in a newspaper periodical, of a libel, the prosecutor shall at least 5 days before instituting such action serve notice in writing on defendant, specifying the article and the statements therein which he or she alleges to be false and defamatory.

 

 

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