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How do you convince a mostly arrogant, fearful nation that outdoor fresh air kills all coronaviruses?

The absence of Trump's leadership (example: illegally requiring States to bid on medical supplies) should tell Americans a lot about Gov'mt deception, including from the CDC. To avoid our slaughter, Americans must demand Trump's resignation and the implementation of an outdoor fresh air strategy that kills COVID-19, including inside our bodies (see Mar. 27 letter>>). Everyone, including COVID patients & caregivers, needs ongoing exposure to outdoor fresh air.

(Hint: Outddor homeless people are not getting the virus.)

This strategy is inexpensive, and upon working, can kill-off COVID-19 within two weeks because the virus would have no place to hide from outdoor air. -- Theoretically, the strategy could've have been successful against the 1917 Spanish flu (also a corona DNA strain).

"When he joined Chase Bank, I thought Mr. Bezos wanted to solve the healthcare problem." -- D. Cobble

Criminal Complaint: LTC Operating w/o Insurance Coverage & Misrepresentations to Accident Victims

Cobble is
Jailed as Louisville Officials' Attempt to Cover-up Insurance Fraud
        On Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, Daniel Cobble was arrested and falsely charged with filing two illegal liens. The charges can only be viewed as bogus, since Cobble already has these same liens (info on hompage) filed in civil court for their confirmation of validation by jury trial (Civil Case 11-ci-5650). So, Cobble cannot be legally prosecuted for "criminal intent" where he has already asked the court to validate the liens.

        (Cobble was arrested by Jefferson County Sheriff deputies, held in the Louisville Metro Jail for three days, and then driven to the Franklin County Jail in Frankfort, KY. He was released several hours later -- Sat. at 1 a.m., Feb. 4. He received the indictment for arraignment in the Franklin Co. Circuit Court on Friday, Feb. 17, 2012. See how the indictment is frivolous.)

         The real reason Cobble was jailed is that on the previous day, Monday, Jan. 30, 2012, he appeared at Motion Hour before Judge Irv Maze (Jefferson Co. Circuit Court) to affirm his  Jan. 26, 2012-filed evidentiary Response pleading that Louisville Transportation Co. (LTC) is committing insurance fraud. LTC is not self-insured, but it misrepresents to accident victims that it is self-insured. In addition, LTC is misrepresenting case-law to accident victims to avoid liability claims. -- Cobble was jailed on Jan. 31 in an attempt by Louisville officials to cover-up this fraud, since the evidence leads to Insurance Commissioner Sharon P. Clark conspiring with LTC to maintain the fraud.
        As the Complaint bears out, below, on April 5, 2011, Cobble was involved in a routine car accident with a Cardinal taxi cab, also owned by LTC. Cobble could not understand why Cardinal Cab [Co.] would not promptly settle the initial "property claim," since Cardinal Cab admitted fault (the taxi ran a stop sign). Cobble was forced to file suit (Civil Case 11-ci-002752) on LTC's offer of only $745 to replace his cargo van.
        ATTACHMENT #4 in the Complaint to the right >>> clearly shows two core elements in the Complaint. 1) LTC's Certificate of Filing is dated for Jan. 10, 2012, showing that LTC was not licensed for self-insurance on April 5, 2012 when the accident occurred. 2) The absent Certificate Number indicates that LTC still has not been processed through the KY Dept. of Insurance. (Another core issue is that LTC is not bonded / insured. See Page 7 in the Complaint.)

Complicity of Insurance Commissioner (Are Other Companies Involved?)
        Pursuant to the Feb. 13, 2012 Introduction Letter, below, it is feared that this fraud is likely to be statewide. On Jan. 6, 2012, Claims Adjuster Beth Leftwich testified that LTC has approx. 15 other accident civil cases pending in court. Does Commissioner Clark over the years have this cozy, silent, illegal financial arrangement with other transportation companies across Kentucky (see Pg. 7 in the Complaint)? Are accident victims across the state being scammed by other companies?