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Saturday, October 2, 2010


Aside from far left liberal attorney Gloria Allred's most recent high-profile charge appearing to be politically motivated, it may be backfiring on both her and her client in a major way. Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman is in a fierce battle with current state Attorney General Jerry Brown. Allred is representing a woman who used to work for Whitman and her husband; that woman's name is Nicandra Diaz Santillan and she has been discovered to be an illegal alien.

Diaz was a housekeeper for Whitman and her husband, Dr. Griffith Harsh from 2000 - 2009. Allred's complaint in which she represents Diaz claims that Whitman and Harsh allowed Diaz to work for them after learning she was illegal. Allred claims a letter from the Social Security Administration with Harsh's writing on it proves the charge. There are some problems with that. The letter, dated 2003, notifies Allred and Harsh that there are some inconsistencies with Diaz's social security number; it's later learned that Diaz likely forged the application with a false number. There is a handwritten note on the letter by Harsh that says, "Nicky, please check on this."

Allred's claim is that this is a smoking gun. Lost on her is that Harsh didn't dismiss the letter and it was Diaz who fraudulently submitted a false social security number on her application and even continued the lie when the letter was ostensibly presented to her by Harsh in 2003.

This fact was not lost on Greta van Susteren, who absolutely skewers Allred for this stunt. Also apparently lost on Allred is the jeopardy she's putting Diaz in by exposing the illegal alien to felony charges by shining a light on her fraudulent application.

Via Gateway Pundit

The San Francisco Chronicle has more on this HERE, HERE, and HERE.

This is a major backfire. Allred has got to be second-guessing herself at this point. Considering Jerry Brown is the state's AG, it's no wonder Allred dismissed the possibility of exposing her client to prosecution.

A day prior to Greta's skewering of Allred, radio talk show host Mark Levin did the same thing, only for much longer. Here is the beat down Allred received from Levin - in two parts via Hapblog:

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