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PUBLIC RECORD REQUESTS-CITY OF PRESCOTT-Record(s) requesting: FISCAL RECORDS for 2007 thru 2014-Pt 8



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9-1-21 9:10am: I will copy and paste the end of post seven here. I just kept getting knocked off with this message:


No one else should be on my post but we had that concern happen in September 2019.


Meanwhile any lawyers right now reading our site to "build a case" like some of the analytics are possibly showing - please just reach us direct to mediate. Let us know what your client(s) seek and let us do our best to bridge to a solution.


We need to for the Public at Large to keep placing the Public Records documents out and have zero folks infringing on the Freedom of Speech for their agenda(s).


I want there to be a place publicly that those Granite Mountain Hotshots ( GMHS / GMIHC ) kids and people who want to learn about June 30, 2013 and the GMHS / GMIHC. I am showing my account as well as others. We just need to make sure there is a spot public of documented information.

The last post - Number 7 - would stop allowing me to save so cont. on with my health here:



Happy September - 9-1-21 3:33am: I just got notification some of my labs came back.








Google Search:

Your apolipoprotein A levels may be low if you have:

  • Low levels of apolipoprotein (familial hypoalphalipoproteinemia)

  • Tangier disease, a rare inherited disorder that lowers the amount of HDL

  • Hepatocellular disorders, which are certain types of liver problems

  • Poorly controlled diabetes

  • Nephritic syndrome, a group of kidney problems

  • Chronic kidney (renal) failure

  • Coronary artery disease. This means the arteries carrying blood to the heart become narrowed and hardened.

  • Cholestasis, which means problems with the flow of bile from the liver

low values of ApoB (<48 mg/dL) are related to malabsorption of food lipids and can lead to polyneuropathy.

Reduced apolipoprotein A1 (ApoA1) confers an increased risk of coronary artery disease. Extremely low ApoA1 (<20 mg/dL) is suggestive of liver disease or a genetic disorder.

Low levels of apolipoprotein A1 (ApoA1) confer increased risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.


Apolipoprotein B or Apo B is a major protein that forms the main component of low density lipoprotein complexes or LDL cholesterol. Apo B transports this LDL cholesterol, which is bad cholesterol and triglycerides to tissues and cells. High levels of apo B indicate increased risk from heart disease.










looks good:

here it was in January 2021:

Last time I was 18 out of range- now improvement of 17 out of range on my labs- improving:














it has improved since 2019:




improved:






What is the optimal level of B12?

The normal level of vitamin B12 in serum is 150 to 660 pmol, or 200 to 900 pg/ml.


If a B12 blood test indicates your levels are excessive, it may be the sign of a disease. High levels can be associated with diseases of the blood, such as leukemia; cancerous and other tumors; chronic liver disease; intestinal disease; blood disorders; autoimmune diseases with chronic inflammations; and hepatitis that causes vitamin B12 to accumulate in the liver, according to B12-Vitamin.org.


What are the dangers of high vitamin B12?

High levels of vitamin B12 may lead to skin conditions such as outbreaks of acne and rosacea, which cause redness and pus-filled lesions on the face. Too much vitamin B12 activates specific bacteria that can lead to acne-promoting inflammation. Here below is my thermogram with Carol Conti (



There is bilateral hyperthermia with vertical orientation seen in the forehead. These patterns are often seen with...sinus inflammation, with or even without symptoms. It's been shown that more than 27% of chronic sinus infections could be related to fungal infection. This finding is consistent with the reported sinus...issues. Forehead hyperthermia may be related to pinched nerves of the posterior head or neck due to muscle spasm. This may affect the nerves and muscles over the back of the head, which can radiate to the forehead and is consistent with the reported neck pain. Further evaluation is recommended. There is bilateral hyperthermia evident in the maxillary and ethmoid sinuses, located below the eyes. Maxillary sinuses are affected by environmental allergies and or sinus issues. The most common symptoms are pain in the cheekbones, and feelings of pressure. Further evaluation is recommended if these symptoms exist and become chronic. This finding is consistent with the reported sinus issues. There is intense, extensive, increased hyperthermia in the area surrounding the mouth, bilaterally extending into the submandibular area and neck. Perioral hyperthermia is often related to...amalgam fillings...and can be an indication of dental/periodontal inflammation or pathology...Recommend evaluation with a Biological Dentist familiar with cavitation, Electrodermal Screening and Ozone Therapy. [Like I have said in the past on the posts on prior thermograms- I just do not have the funds for this costly area. I would do it. I just cannot afford it.] The nose presents as warmer than expected in this study. Mild hyperthermia over the nose is sometimes associated with skin disorders such as rosacea or dermatitis. In the absence of allergies, cold symptoms or skin disorder, this may be an indication of cardiovascular stress or possibly thyroid disorder. Further evaluation is recommended.


Lateral Head and Vasculature: General muscular related hyperthermia is observed in the lateral posterior neck bilaterally. This muscle extends from under the ear and jaw down to the collarbone. Muscular tension in the neck can cause neck tenderness and headaches. This finding is consistent with the reported neck pain. There is increased bilateral hyperthermia seen behind the ear in the area of the mastoid process which is attached to the neck muscles, and is consistent with reported headaches and neck pain. If symptoms of ear pain, swelling, impaired hearing or fever are present or develop later, clinical evaluation is advised. Anterior Neck: There is a pattern of hyperthermia observed in the anatomical region of the thyroid gland in the anterior neck. This could suggest a functional concern. Low thyroid function symptoms include fatigue, hair loss, weight gain, mood or brain fog issues, constipation and/or cold hands and feet. Hyper-thyroid function symptoms include fatigue, tremors, anxiety, palpitations and/or diarrhea. If symptoms of thyroid imbalance are indicated, recommend thyroid ultrasound to evaluate nodule and further clinical evaluation with a healthcare provider. [I did this in May- all looked okay then- actually we saw improvement.]There is bilateral hyperthermal activity seen in the tonsillar, sub-mandibular and sub-mental lymphatic chains of the neck. [I was just diagnosed with tonsil concern- hypertrophy tonsils] A primary function of the lymphatic system is to assist in cleaning the cellular environment of bacteria and other toxins, possibly from the sinuses and teeth, to fight infection. Internal toxicity leads to inflammation. Long-term inflammation eventually weakens the immune system. Consider professionally guided protocols to support lymphatic drainage and inflammation.[ I do weekly medical massages with Deb and I dread being away in September for school and stuff because I know HOW IMPORTANT this area is because I easily get lymphatic congestion. I can state without a doubt this area I fully watch and Dee and April and Deb can state that. I do dry brushing. I am just prone to lymphatic congestion probably due to that right biopsy and where they cut and its aftermath]. Posterior Head Posterior neck: presents with diffuse bilateral hyperthermia which is a typically expected finding. There is a focal area of relative hypothermia seen at T-2 at the base of the neck. This pattern can be an indication of a generally under-active immune system, especially if there are recurring infections or colds. Professionally guided nutritional protocols are recommended to include antioxidants to support and enhance the immune system [ Are you kidding me- I am the antioxidant queen- I get floored when they say do this when I do ] , which is the bodies first line of defense from internal and external invasions. A relative focal hypothermia is observed at the cervical spine. This particular pattern may be or not necessarily be an indication of nerve impingement. However, if so, this would present with such symptoms as unilateral pain possibly radiating into the neck, chest, shoulder and/or muscle weakness and numbness that travels down the arm and into the hand. If such symptoms exist, this would justify follow-up assessment and treatment. This finding correlates with the reported neck pain. Anterior Chest: ... A strong personal or family history may warrant additional studies. Scattered mottled patterns of hyperthermia are detected over the chest. These patterns may be caused by a number of conditions including hormone imbalances, myofascial dysfunction, various autoimmune conditions, food sensitivities, toxicities... and emotional stress. Professional follow-up assessment is advised. Upper Back: There is mild hyperthermia seen in the scapular area which is not considered thermographically significant at this time and is consistent with the reported upper back pain. There is a mild hyperthermic pattern seen in the upper back greater on the left that may be radiating from the neck on both sides. Symptoms of trapezius strain may include stiffness, soreness and aching sensations that may radiate from the shoulders through the upper back and neck. This is consistent with the reported upper back pain. Findings are compared to previous evaluations, the most recent dated 1/22/2021. Mild thermal changes observed in this follow-up study compared to the previous evaluation. There has been a slight increase in the vascular and mottling hyperthermic patterns across the breasts and chest greater in the mottling pattern. See details of right and left breast below. There are thermal patterns with significant intensity seen in both breasts. The left breast appears larger as compared to the right. Moderate thermal mottling patterns are seen in the chest/breast area. See comments below. Right Breast General Findings: These are notable thermal findings seen in this breast that are commonly seen, but they should always be monitored for change: A diffuse thermal pattern is observed over the breast. There are branching patterns seen over all four quadrants of the breast. There is an intense branching thermovascular pattern originating near the right shoulder and extending into the upper outer quadrant. There is an intense branching horizontal pattern in the inner breast. There is an intense hazy fragment in the inferior breast. There is no apparent significant temperature differential in the right axilla compared to the left. Scattered hyperthermia is seen in the axillary region lateral to the breast.


Too many glitc...


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That above health information is carried over from Post 7 from earlier this morning 9-1-21 and it is 10:14am now- I am still getting booted off this area too so it could be a "bandwidth" concern - may have to update health when I get back from my Schooling / Trip.


If I am not back on by end of September here then "be concerned" - there are some naysayers that are causing unnecessary afflictions / harm / hurt towards me even though I publicly show my health - they just keep doing it. They have zero understanding how important it is to place the documents out.


If I was to "wait" until all my stuff was organized then place it out- there would be hundreds of open drafts and zip out public.


You are in this "live" journal as if we all were doing this together. I do it this way because we all matter. Back to the thermogram:


Significant Findings: These findings should be addressed. Impression and recommendations will be based on the number of these findings. There is a well-defined thermal-vascular pattern in the inner regions of the breast greater than 1.5°C as compared with the opposite breast at 2-3 o'clock. There is a significant inferior vascular pattern below the center with a greater temperature difference as compared to the opposite breast at 6-7 o'clock. There is a specifically reported finding (lump 12-1 o'clock) without increased heat, so there are no specific thermal indications for this finding at this time. However, this reported finding raises the level of concern in this breast. Left Breast: General Findings: These are notable thermal findings seen in this breast that are commonly seen, but they should always be monitored for change: A diffuse thermal pattern is observed over the breast. There are branching patterns seen over the upper regions of the breast. There is an intense branching thermovascular pattern originating near the sternum and extending toward the nipple. There is an intense horizontal thermovascular pattern and intense fragments extending across the upper breast. Fragmented or scattered thermal patterns are seen over the lower regions of the breast. There is a hyperthermic pattern proximal to the nipple. Scattered patterns of hyperthermia are seen in the axillary region under the arm lateral to the breast. Significant Findings: These findings should be addressed. Impression and recommendations will be based on the number of these findings. There is a well-defined thermal-vascular pattern extending from the sternum toward the nipple with a greater than 1.5°C as compared with the opposite breast at 10-12 o'clock. Thermal findings are considered to be an impression of: Right Breast: Thermographically significant with an elevated level of concern for thermal irregularities based on three or more findings. These would include specifically reported concerns, thermal asymmetry, intensity and distribution as listed above. These patterns and or reported findings should always be monitored for change. Left Breast: Low level of concern: equivocal with one significant factor; minimal level of concern for thermal irregularities. This pattern or reported finding should always be monitored for change. Comments Note: Thermal mottling and scattered vascular patterns in the chest and breast can be associated with several conditions including... food allergies, myofascial issues, and various autoimmune conditions. In some cases, these patterns may also be related to hormonal imbalance. Further evaluation is advise. However, extensive thermal mottling patterns are also suggestive of inflammation associated with measurable signs indicating inflammation-related immune system deficiencies. Immune system health is critical to quality of life. Recommendations to preserve immune health include daily hydration, an anti-inflammatory diet and nutritional supplements, plenty of sleep and regular daily exercise. Note: Specifically reported breast lumps, with or without thermal findings are often associated with fibrocystic changes and estrogen dominance and warrants clinical correlation and evaluation as well as close follow-up. Further evaluation of a specifically reported breast lump is recommended for additional testing as recommended by her attending, referring or primary care physician. Note on reported fibrocystic breasts: Fibrocystic changes are often associated with localized discomfort. It may be helpful to take supplemental iodine, selenium and vitamin D3 and to discontinue all caffeine. In addition, Fibrocystic changes likely represent excess estrogen relative to progesterone (estrogen dominance). Supplementation with a bio-identical progesterone cream may be beneficial. Recommend possible hormonal evaluation and assessment. Thermal patterns in the axillary region are an indication of poor lymphatic drainage and congestion. Consider Lymphatic Drainage Therapy, dry brushing, mild massage or physical activity that moves the lymph, such as swimming or moderate jumping. (See your Thermographer for information and instructions.)[ I do all that in a consistent manner so think of something else it could be---please] Note: Iodine deficiency has been shown to contribute to fibrocystic changes, breast lumps, gynecological conditions and thyroid disorders. Iodine/ iodide supplementation should be considered. A 24-hr loading Iodine test after stopping iodine/ iodide for 2 or 3 days may be helpful to determine adequate dosing. Vitamin D3 supplementation may be supportive in the prevention of many chronic conditions including breast cancer. Evaluation of vitamin D 25 OH total level to determine optimal levels (some consider 60-70 ng/ml) may be beneficial. RECOMMENDED BREAST FOLLOW-UP 1. Thermographically significant with elevated index of concern for thermal irregularities based on three or more findings including asymmetry, intensity, distribution and history, as listed above. Recommend bilateral breast ultrasound and prompt clinical investigation with her primary care physician or breast specialist before continuing with thermal follow-up in 6 months. [ this is an area I challenged with the Hospital recently so yeah we will see how that goes...I am challenging and auditing a few new reports. They just do not add up tp labs and other testing...I surely doubt they will give me another ultrasound- just did it in June 2021] These patterns and or reported findings should be closely monitored for change. Request an account of action taken (if any) and results to be reported at follow-up visit. 2. In addition to thermal imaging, continue with routine follow-up breast examinations with her physician as indicated or at least annually. 3. Recommend ongoing consultation with her physician or qualified health professional regarding dietary, nutritional and lifestyle practices that support breast health. Thermographic Findings, Impressions and Recommendations Abdomen: There has been an improvement in the patterns in the left lower quadrant compared to the previous study of 1/22/2021. [Yeah my fasting is working] There is improvement in the horizontal hyperthermic pattern near the waistline. Patterns beneath the left breast show an increase. Moderate patterns of scattered or thermal mottling are observed in the anterior abdominal view. Mottling patterns extending into the abdominal area can be consistent with hormone imbalances, myofascial dysfunction, various autoimmune conditions, food allergies, toxic conditions related to digestive disorders, and emotional stress.[ it does not help to request PRRs and FOIAs to see local rumors cored to Pfingston / Willis / DJ Helm - why? - Arm ourselves against these radicals / I am going to rip her a new one, why say that about me -DJ? Pfingston and the whole seance BS then Willis sharing what he did to Sliwa ???- Come on people. What gives? Why are you really doing all this "huff puff" when I do not even own the land??? Why say the "Collura group" as if I headship anything ??? You all do not make any sense. Just curious. Is your areas in order because when I am done with school I plan to get legal advise to see maybe there is something I am missing ... I think it is about time to see what areas I am being left in the dark about because everything you all are doing- just does not add up. Thank you again for the team of lawyers I was gifted in 2021. I hope to never have to use them but nice to know they are paid up for me and there if I need their service(s). That was a very nice gift. For the record, I like Willis and his wife Judy- I just have this gut feeling there is information I am unable to know - I feel the same way about Sinclair too, as well as Marty Cole, TB, "be quiet - let's award ya" Tyson Esquibel, JT, RM, MK, BB, CC, BF, DH, TS, PM, BB, LH, DH, HB, CT, Schwope?, certain engines that were de-mob, DS, Doug, Susan, RM, DD, DS, Abel, Sciacca, JC, Jimmy R, Kevin B, Brad M, HN, JM, JW, DT, etc. - I have an empathy for you all to a degree yet I know more than I share soooo... it is difficult. Alan, I wish I could share what we see with the team in your area what I have seen over time... I wish I could show you the "over - time" effectiveness or "lack of" and logistic areas and the concerns--- this engaging the fires or the "lack of" that you have been on since YHF 2013...there was orders to not take photos of the DZ that first week after 6-30-13 yet some did- I saw and have first hand testimony. God forbid we try to LEARN SOMETHING ... especially if I eye-witnessed and almost died that day--- God forbid I want to gain knowledge ??? God forbid I refuse to let authority and others to bully me from getting the documents out to the front. ] Advise follow-up assessment to investigate these possible conditions. There is a diffuse area of increased hypothermia beneath the umbilicus. Hypothermic patterns can indicate a natural, temporary healing process to provide more oxygen and blood internally to the small intestine, or may also indicate decreased function of the small intestine. Note that the umbilicus itself is normally hotter than the surrounding area. A pattern of relative hyperthermia with horizontal orientation is observed in the pelvic region. These patterns may be associated with uterus/bladder issues for women and patterns located in the lateral lower abdominal region can be associated with the visceral-cutaneous reflex area of the colon. Note that in the absence of concerns, intense horizontal and inguinal hyperthermia may be the result of a skinfold. Abdomen, Lateral Right: A diffuse area of increased hyperthermia is seen in the upper right region of the abdomen. Patterns in the right upper abdomen can be related to emotional stress and/or functional stress in the liver. Liver stress can cause symptoms such as bloating, constipation, skin changes, fatigue, hormonal imbalance, brain fog and elevated cholesterol. This can be the result of toxicity, inflammation or lymphatic congestion and can impact digestion. If there are symptoms of discomfort or unresolved digestive issues, consider dietary changes, parasite cleanse and detoxification with a healthcare provider. [ How many times do I have to do all the above mentioned there - Oh my gosh--- really---they have to come up with something else for verbiage here- I have done my due diligence. ] These findings correlate with the reported acid reflux and/or other digestive tract issues. Abdomen, Lateral Left: There is an increased hyper-thermic pattern with vertical orientation seen in the left lateral abdomen. Vertical patterns seen in the left side are an indication of increased immune activity related to the intestines and/or stomach/pancreas. Recommend professional dietary, detoxification and lifestyle guidance, if symptoms indicate. This is consistent with the reported pain in the upper left quadrant of the abdomen. A scattered, diffuse area of increased hyperthermia is seen in the upper left region of the abdomen. Patterns in the left upper abdomen can be related to functional stress in the stomach/pancreas and can affect digestion and or sugar metabolism issues. Suggest labs for H. Pylori [ done- negative], SIBO [ I will run this by my GI Specialist] , dysbiosis [ I will run this by my GI Specialist] , candida and parasites[ I will run this by my GI Specialist]. If there are symptoms of discomfort or unresolved digestive issues, recommend proper "food combining", digestive enzymes, probiotics and avoiding GMO's and further clinical evaluation with a healthcare provider.[ I will run this by my GI Specialist] This is consistent with the reported pain in the upper left quadrant of the abdomen. Note: It is common to see a variety of hot and cold patterns in the region below the breast down to the lower abdominal area. These patterns may not always be directly over the anatomical location of a specific organ. However, these patterns, either hot or cold, may reflect changes on the skin related to the well accepted and documented sympathetic visceral-cutaneous reflex region related to specific visceral organs. This may indicate inflammatory conditions or other signs of possible organ abnormalities. Thermography alone is not diagnostic; however in the presence of symptoms or clinical concerns may justify further evaluation with a healthcare provider trained in functional medicine. Consider that abnormalities in digestive organs are often directly related to stress. Lower Back: There is intense hyperthermia in the posterior midline of the lower thoracic and lumbar spine. This suggests a chronic or systemic degenerative inflammatory response which over time can result in disc degeneration. These patterns in the presence of sciatica, which causes burning back pain that travels through the buttocks and into the leg, can indicate the source of nerve root compression. This is consistent with the reported lower back pain. There is evidence of hyperthermia radiating from the spine into related soft tissue improved compared to the previous study. This pattern suggests inflammation of the overlaying soft tissue (ligament, muscle, fascia and facet joint capsule) in the thoracic and lumbar region, which is significant in the presence of either acute or chronic lower

back pain; but may also exist in the absence of pain. This is consistent with the reported lower back pain. Immune Summary: Immune system health is critical to quality of life and may be reflected especially in the lymphatic system. Thermal indications in multiple regions of your body suggests signs of extensive inflammation justifying evaluation to preserve and strengthen your immune system, lymphatic system and over-all functional health. Lymph nodes can become inflamed and accumulate toxins, debris and infectious organisms. While exercise, deep breathing and

hydration are helpful, it is recommended to have professionally guided protocols to support gum and dental health, digestion, lymphatic drainage, detoxification and reduce inflammation. Ask your thermographer for further recommendations to improve inflammation. ARMS/ HANDS

Arms & Hands Concerns: C/o frequent bilateral. shoulder pain. Also bilateral arm pain and both hands always cold and will be numb at times - esp. the right hand. C/o lymphatic congestion both arm pits - worse on right. Arms & Hands History: History of pain in the left shoulder, arm and hand; pain in the right shoulder, arm and hand. Thermographic Findings, Impressions and Recommendations Hands, Dorsal: