… FAILED BY THE PRESS ENTERPRISE
Perhaps a more seasoned editor for the Press Enterprise should consider reviewing the “news” being reported by their younger “journalists.”
In today’s Press Enterprise article on the recently filed lawsuit by Martha Bridges, the article contained factual inaccuracies, seriously damaging the credibility of the Riverside-based newspaper.
As a primer for your own research, please click on the link and review the article before you start:
After reading the article myself, I was confused by the allegation and inference that Martha Bridges had been involved in the filing of 7 lawsuits against the City of Wildomar. This inaccurate information is regularly promulgated by the sycophantic followers of Wildomar City councilmember Bridgette Moore, who thrives on her status as municipal victim.
Because of my confusion, I resorted to my own investigation of the number of lawsuits involving the City of Wildomar since its incorporation on July 1, 2008.
For the record, there are total of 15 lawsuits that include the City of Wildomar in their litigation namestyles.
Further, for your information, the following is a complete listing of all of the lawsuits list on the Riverside County Superior Court index index:
Case # : Plaintiff: Filing Date:
MCC 130-0555 Bridges 04/22/2013
MCC 130012 Rostai Investments 01/31/2013
RIC 121-6373 Bridges 11/05/2012
RIC 121-2172 Parra 08/10/2012
RIC 111-4945 Alliance (Ade) 09/09/2011
TES 110-0311 Todd (Small Claims) 02/14/2011
RIC 10023703 Protect Our Wildomar (Bridges) 12/08/2010
RIC 10016029 Wildomar (Eminent Domain) 08/11/2010
RIC 10015899 Wildomar (Eminent Domain) 08/10/2010
TES 10001688 Oberg (Small Claims) 07/20/2010
10013334 Wildomar (Eminent Domain) 07/06/2010
RIC 10000599 Hermansen 01/14/2010
RIC 541702 Stone 12/08/2009
RIC 526486 Hoffman 08/08/2008
RIC505580 Riverside County 08/08/2008
In the above actual record, there have been 3 lawsuits involving Martha Bridges as a plaintiff, 1 lawsuit involving Sheryl Ade as a plaintiff, and 3 lawsuits involving the City of Wildomar as a plaintiff.
So who is the vexatious litigant?
If you go by the numbers, the City of Wildomar has filed the same number of lawsuits as has Martha Bridges, only in the Bridges filings, the litigation arises from allegations of municipal misconduct, rather than the taking of an individual’s private property through eminent domain.
It is unfortunate indeed that the Press Enterprise has lost its journalistic moorings, seeking instead to curry favor from the City of Wildomar’s elected officials.
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Needless to say, there are not seven lawsuits filed against Wildomar by anyone…. or everyone, for that matter.