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By Lonce Lamonte - September 23, 2018
Defendant Kelly Soo Park, in a long-sleeved, light blue shirt, with her ever-present, beautiful, long dark hair, was seated in her usual spot on the second bench, center, in the audience area of Department 106 between defendants Ronnie Case and Tatiana Torres Arnold before proceedings began on Monday afternoon, September 17th 2018. She’d been on vacation the first week of September, the last time this case was heard, and on one of those days her friend, Ronnie Case, sat all alone. On the other day, he sat just with Tatiana.
These three are the faithful, defendant attendees of this Evidentiary Hearing in this case of Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah. The other defendants, such as chiropractor Paul Turley and physician assistant Peter Nelson, no longer attend. The word is that Dr. Turley has a job, most likely as a chiropractor, as his license is still active. His lawyers prevailed just one month ago against a motion to suspend or revoke his license which was filed by the Medical Board. Peter Nelson, as word has it, is now painting houses. He lost the use of his physician assistant license pending the outcome of this case. His wife, Marisa Schermbeck Nelson, now a prosecution witness tied to a plea deal, it is said, is working in real estate.