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Friday, May 25, 2012

Scott Schenter makes debut in a Downtown LA Court room; Nevermind his back side

Scott Schenter has made his "court debut" in his criminal trial that could literally be the FIRST of MANY during this upcoming long, hot summer that could take down countless public officials.  


Could Scott be in the process of helping prosecutors in their case against his ex-boss Assessor John Noguez?


He isn't about to be "the only fall guy" in this massive case. Far from it. Getting pieces of inside "intel" into the Schenter case. Stay tuned. 


Going to be on the Mark Isler Show on AM 870 (KRLA) Talk Radio on Saturday night at 10 p.m. 
Tune in.  Will update you on Saturday....   RrE


Scott Schenter pleads not guilty to 60 felony counts during Friday court appearance; Granted “special housing” in jail

Scott Schenter turns his back to avoid being photographed at his arraignment Friday afternoon. Photo by Brian van der Brug, Los Angeles Times (Pool)
Scott Schenter turns his back to avoid being photographed at his arraignment Friday afternoon. 
Photo by Brian van der Brug, Los Angeles Times (Pool)
By Randy Economy
Indicted ex-Los Angeles County Appraiser Scott Schenter has plead not guilty to 60 felony counts of fraud and unlawfully lowering almost 200 high end properties by more than $172 million on Friday afternoon.
Schenter was at the Foltz Criminal Justice Center on West Temple Street in a downtown Los Angeles Superior Court room and spent most of his brief appearance with his back turned to those assembled, including members of the media. Schenter, 49, with his dark brown hair slicked back, only spoke a few words during the first court appearance in front of Superior Court Judge Upinder Kalra.
Schenter was then placed in “special housing” after Kalra approved a special request from prosecutors.
Schenter, who worked from 1988 to early 2011 as a county appraiser, allegedly slashed values on multi-million dollar homes, condos and businesses in Beverly Hills, Brentwood and Pacific Palisades. Schenter allegedly secured campaign contributions from the owners of those homes and business for his long time ally Assessor John Noguez.

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