Re: Huffington Post ~ Melinda Ballard ~ Daniel Heimpel ` Mold
Posted by Sharon Kramer on 2/21/10
It is such a small world, isn't it? The Huffington Post wrote a
beautiful tribute to Melinda Ballard's father, Claude Ballard Jr. in
Melinda Ballard has been a staunch advocate for those injured by mold,
etc, in water damaged buildings. Melinda Ballard agreed to an
interview with Daniel Heimpel of LA Weekly in the summer of 2008 about
another staunch advocate for those injured by mold, me.
Heimpel INTENTIONALLY misquoted Melinda Ballard for the article in the
2008 LA Weekly article to the benefit of the US Chamber of Commerce to
be able to continue to perpetrate an interstate fraud on the courts
over the mold issue (scientifically proven the poisons of mold do not
poision). This is the same fraud that Melinda fights against in the
name of public health. Heimpel's fraud of the matter was edited by
Jill Stewart of LAWeekly. Stewart has such a horrible reputation of
skewing journalism, that the LA Times wrote about her in 2009.
Melinda Ballard sent a message informing LAWeekly's then editor, Laurie
Ochoa, regarding Daniel Heimpel's and Jill Stewart's FRAUDULENT writing
for LAWeekly evidencing for them several statements of INTENTIONALLY
misquoting Melinda to aid and abet the US Chamber's fraud that is
adverse to the health and safety of the American public. See Melinda'
message to LA Weekly linked below:
And NOW Daniel Heimpel, clearly evidenced as a bonified shill for the
US Chamber of Commerce who has assisted them to be able to deny
causation of illness from environmental exposures, has morphed into a
social advocate for children, who is a blogger for the Huffington Post.
Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive!
Thank God for people like Melinda Ballard in this world who will always
stand up and tell the truth!
On 2/20/10, Deborah wrote:
> LOL. Now, that takes some brass ones...to target an opponent over
> something that he had personal and direct experience with...
> On 2/20/10, Sharon wrote:
>> A new article that has come up regarding Melinda and her impact on
>> itegrity in Texas politics:
>> "In 2002, when flyers were distributed in Rep. Green's district
>> attacking his opponent Patrick Rose about mold remediation lawsuits
>> and plaintiffs, the tactic backfired. One of the targets of the ad,
>> Melinda Ballard (who had prevailed in a $32 million homeowners'
>> mold lawsuit), went public with the revelation that Green himself
>> had filed a mold claim in 2001 and that his insurance carrier had
>> paid for Green and his family to stay at Austin's downtown Omni
>> On 2/18/10, Deborah wrote:
>>> I applaud her tenacity and courage to stand up to the insurance
>>> Average citizens simply do not have the resources to take even the
>>> most meritorious cases all the way to the end and corporations are
>>> well aware of this.
>>> We must rely on people like her to get what little justice there
>>> is to be had against such fraudulent practices.
>>> On 2/17/10, Sharon wrote:
>>>> John Codie,
>>>> This is now the FOURTH time I have had to agree with your
>>>> writing in less than two weeks time. That is EXACTLY why I
>>>> posted this. Kind of a historical reference to the mold issue
>>>> since the Ballard case - whether one agrees with it or not -
>>>> was a pinnicle point in the issue. It is good to understand
>>>> where people who have had an impact on history came from. That
>>>> is why so many biographies get written.
>>>> I did not post it for the intent that RD would use it as an
>>>> opportunity to bash a woman - a fellow human being - who just
>>>> lost a loved one merely days ago.
>>>> On 2/17/10, JohnCodie wrote:
>>>>> I appreciate the information, it serves as a reminder as
>>>>> fortunate an individual might be in building a family
>>>>> fortune and providing the family with the fortitude to
>>>>> continue with his/her legacy. Like the popular movie the
>>>>> Titanic money follows money and so like the real estate
>>>>> business, im sure there are the faithful followers of those
>>>>> who saw retail headed to shopping malls in the early years.
>>>>> Money didn't save the rich on the Tatantic but it gave them
>>>>> an advantage to the lower class trapped/locked below the
>>>>> waterline. Its true the award was greatly reduced and more
>>>>> political actions in favor in the insurance industry was
>>>>> provided by the State of Texas. Was it the Ballards were
>>>>> Democratic living in a Repulican state? Who knows what
>>>>> entailed those many miles of tavel miles of sales. Mr.
>>>>> Ballard seems to have had the gift for making the sale.
>>>>> Good for him, we need more sales people like him today. I
>>>>> hear to many relative say they just can't sell anything in
>>>>> todays economy. Obviously they are'nt trying. Three cheers
>>>>> for the Ballards for continuing inspite of being told "No".
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