JUSTICE FOR DIVA... PART Eleven - "Exposed"

For those of you who don't know about the (GRCA) Golden Retriever Club of America, let me give you some background -
Taken from their website - GRCA is the primary guardian of the Golden Retriever breed. Members determine the breed standard, code of ethics and performance standards. No other organization’s members care more about the Golden Retriever, or try harder to protect and improve the breed in America. GRCA is committed to providing education to help pet owners obtain and care for healthy Goldens from reputable breeders.
The Kansas City Golden Retriever Club is a member of the GRCA.
The Kansas City Golden Retriever Club is paying the defendant money to host their specialty on the property of the defendant.
Again, I have a judgment against the defendant and her property for $48,000 for the conversion of Diva as decided by a jury of 12. The defendant was also found guilty of trying to obtain ownership of Twister.
Let me define CONVERSION for those of you who think this is simply a "dispute."
Conversion - per Law.com
n. a civil wrong (tort) in which one converts another's property to his/her own use, which is a fancy way of saying "steals." Conversion includes treating another's goods as one's own, holding onto such property which accidentally comes into the convertor's (taker's) hands, or purposely giving the impression the assets belong to him/her. This gives the true owner the right to sue for his/her own property or the value and loss of use of it, as well as going to law enforcement authorities since conversion usually includes the crime of theft.
I contacted the Kansas City Golden Retriever Club, a business for the purposes of finding out who is the person in charge that is responsible for legal service. My intent is to LEVY any monies due defendant.
The Kansas City Golden Retriever Club has refused to contact me AND blocked me from their facebook page.
I am not surprised since the President and most members currently co-own dogs with the defendant OR have bred to the Defendants dogs OR defendant has bred to theirs.
A tight little group protecting one of their own.
I know the Kansas City Golden Retriever Club is a member of the larger club, the Golden Retriever Club of America.
I sent an email to the President of the Golden Retriever Club of America for assistance in obtaining the information from the Kansas City Golden Retriever Club.
The response from the President of the Golden Retriever Club of America -
"Hi Debi - thank you for contacting me. At this point, I'm not sure what can be done. I've consulted GRCA bylaws for direction, however, have only found instructions for members to bring other members up on charges. In this case, neither you nor the defendant are members, making my task more problematic.
I will contact KCGRC to relay your concern as an act of good faith, but have no direction nor precedent to follow with regard to process driven next steps. Yes, KCGRC is a member of GRCA. We simply have no published rules for expected behavior or business interaction.
It was quite disturbing to read through the documents you provided, I'd like to offer my personal hope that you can find an equitable resolution to what you have endured." The Kansas City Golden Retriever Club IS a MEMBER of the Golden Retriever Club of America but there is NO accountability within both organizations or policies to handle egregious actions that are not in the best interest of the sport.
If you go to the Kansas
City Golden Retriever Club facebook page, the option of leaving a comment has been removed.
Protecting a dog thief? Taken from the Golden Retriever Club's website -
Become part of America’s largest group of enthusiasts protecting and advancing Golden Retrievers. Receive the Golden Retriever News magazine, and qualify for hunt test, conformation, and other trophies. With your voice, help GRCA shape AKC and public policies to protect our beautiful Goldens. Join and share your passion!
Protect.... ? Really?
I question how do you protect Golden Retrievers when you allow your own member club, the Kansas City Golden Retriever Club to pay the defendant who was found guilty by a jury of 12 to host a Golden Retriever specialty?
A defendant whom a jury found guilty of stealing ONE Golden Retriever who has been missing for over 600 days, and attempted to obtain a second Golden Retriever by claiming ownership?
A defendant who presented a fraudulent forged co-ownership agreement to gain advantage in the civil suit she lost to the tune of $48,000.
A defendant whose own daughter testified in a video deposition her mother is a thief.
Yeah... become part of the group of enthusiasts who turn a blind eye to THEFT.
Not me... I am not a lamb. Never have been.... I LEAD by example. I have morals and a conscious.
I PROTECT ALL ANIMALS and will never stick my head in the sand over what I feel is RIGHT.
I forwarded this information to my pending American Kennel Club complaint.
I have asked the GRCA how does a "club" become a member and to forward me the information. Apparently the GRCA requires no rules or bylaws that the "club" has to abide by.
Maybe I'll get 10 of my best buddies together and form a "Golden Retriever club" here in Idaho.
We can become a member of the GRCA or better yet, I'll recruit membership from our local jail. I'm sure they have thieves, forgers and liars there.

Defining Theft Under Missouri Law - A person commits theft under Missouri law by appropriating (taking) the property or services of another, with the intent to deprive the owner, without consent, or by deceit or coercion. (Mo. Rev. Stat. § 570.030(1).) In other words, you commit theft by taking something that doesn't belong to you, if at the time of the offense you have no intention of returning the property

Class D Felony Theft. It is a class D felony if a person steals an animal belonging to another person. A theft is also a class D felony if, within the previous 10 years, the offender has two or more convictions for theft-related offenses that occurred on separate occasions. ( § 570.040.) A class D felony carries a term of imprisonment of not more than four years, plus a fine of not more than $5,000 or an amount that is no more than twice the amount of the offender's gain from the theft -- up to a maximum of $20,000. ( § § 558.011, 560.011.)

Idaho Code 18-3604 – Punishment for Forgery. Forgery is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for not less than one (1) nor more than fourteen (14) years.

Court Documents
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Judgement page 1
  Judgement page 2


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