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12.30.19

When Your Father is a Top Lawyer You Know How to Game (Break) the Law and Get Away With Crimes

Posted in Bill Gates, Law at 1:49 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

‘Accidental’ felon: playing the ‘innocent fool’ card (only the father can use that as an excuse now [1, 2])

I have no idea what you're talking about when you say 'ask.' - Bill Gates, in his deposition for the Microsoft antitrust trial

Summary: A little bit of background about Bill Gates and his history of lots more than ‘infractions’ w.r.t. the law

Quora (among other sources): Has Bill Gates been arrested once or twice?

Charges: Allegedly, Gates was taken in for running a red light and driving without a license. The Story: Although details are sketchy and records have been lost over time, Microsoft founder and CEO Bill Gates was arrested on reckless driving charges on December 13, 1977 for a second time in New Mexico after speeding in his Porsche, running a stop sign and driving without a license. While much of the information regarding the arrest of Bill Gates in New Mexico remains unclear, a spokesperson for the Albuquerque Police has stated that no records of the arrest were found after exhaustive efforts to locate the details surrounding themugshot. Although varying reports indicate that Bill Gates was arrested at least two times prior to his 1977 arrest, very little is known about Gates’ previous violations and citations. On April 29, 1975 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, however, reports indicate Bill Gates was arrested by the Albuquerque Police Department on charges of speeding and driving without a license. Since both New Mexico arrests are strangely similar in nature, it’s often difficult to corroborate the details surround the events in Albuquerque. However, another report suggests that Bill Gates was involved in a third violation after being hit by a vehicle that ran a stop sign. Other sources have suggested that Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen was traveling with Gates in his Porsche at the time of his 1977 arrest, although there is no hard evidence to support the claim. A spokesperson for Microsoft has commented that Bill Gates does remember being taken into custody over driving without a license and a traffic violation, adding, “It is well-known that when Bill was young he didn’t have a very good driving record.” In addition to the New Mexico arrests, in 1989 Bill Gates was arrested over a decade later on suspicion of drunk driving charges, but the counts were later reduced.

WSJ (News Corp.): Raising Bill Gates

Spend time with the family of Bill Gates, and eventually someone will mention the water incident.

The future software mogul was a headstrong 12-year-old and was having a particularly nasty argument with his mother at the dinner table. Fed up, his father threw a glass of cold water in the boy’s face.

[...]

Over the table, he shouted at his mother…

Geni: William H. Gates, Sr.

He attended the University of Washington (UW) under the G.I. Bill, where he earned a B.A. in 1949 and a law degree in 1950. While at Washington he joined the Chi Psi Fraternity. He practiced law until 1998, primarily with the law firm which he co-founded as Shidler & King in 1964, later known as Preston Gates & Ellis LLP; the firm was merged into the firm now known as K&L Gates, although Bill Gates, Sr. is not affiliated with the firm. Gates also served on the board of Planned Parenthood.

PBS (now paid by Gates): Transcript: Bill Moyers Interviews Bill Gates

GATES: When I was growing up, my parents were almost involved in various volunteer things. My dad was head of Planned Parenthood. And it was very controversial to be involved with that. And so it’s fascinating. At the dinner table my parents are very good at sharing the things that they were doing. And almost treating us like adults, talking about that.

The Sun (News Corp.): Bill Gates refuses to explain why he went on Jeffrey Epstein’s notorious ‘Lolita Express’ plane four years AFTER the paedo was released from prison

Bill Gates refuses to explain why he went on Jeffrey Epstein’s notorious ‘Lolita Express’ plane four years AFTER the paedo was released from prison

[...]

The flight was said to have been on Epstein’s luxury Boeing 727 – dubbed the Lolita Express because it’s been claimed it was used as a mid-air sex lair.

The jet’s detailed sale prospectus, as seen by The Sun Online, describes the 29-passenger interior as “tailored to enhance the experience during long range travel”.

Mac Observer: The Gates Foundation Profits From Private Prisons

Philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates run the Gates Foundation, which recently increased its stake in Serco Group Plc, a private, for-profit prison in the U.K.

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