BajaNomads: What Lies Beneath – Part 10-1/2

When Fulano wrote the blog BajaNomads: What Lies Beneath – Part 10, he had a lot of material left over, as the blog was just getting too long. The purpose of this blog is to fill-in some of the information that was covered briefly and give some more texture.

The Condo Connection

As Fulano mentioned, what tied oldhippie to k-rico and ldvee (a poster on other message boards) was that they were all advertising for rent the same condo at 13020 Calle Central, #202 in the Hipodromo area of Tijuana. Here is oldhippie advertising that condo for rent on BajaNomad, click on the image to enlarge it:

“Up the hill from the racetrack”

…and here is k-rico advertising that exact same condo for rent on BajaNomad, click on the image to enlarge it:

“Up the hill from zona rio using Blvd. Las Americas”

…and finally here is “ldvee” advertising the exact same condo for rent on another Tijuana message board:

“Up the hill from zona rio using Blvd. Las Americas” Clicking on the
image link produces the exact same photo as on BajaNomads
One Channel, Many Voices

If you have followed this series, you will remember that Fulano said that “Joe” was several people. Fulano said in Part 10 that k-rico/oldhippie/fdvee was Dennis Duane Heiny, a convicted felon now operating a prostitution outcall service in Tijuana. That statement is partially true. “Joe” is three people, two of them are American men and one is a Mexican woman. Fulano believes they all live together and operate together. Think of it as the Joe Continuum. What led Fulano to this conclusion were several inconsistencies that could not be resolved.

The first inconsistency is that it is a known fact that Dennis Duane Heiny was arrested on February 12, 2007 in Tijuana, and remained in jail there for 34 days. Yet, Oldhippie posted a comment on BajaNomads on February 13 and 14, 2007, a time when Heiny was in jail.

The second inconsistency is that “ldvee” has numerous posts around where he says he is a 60-year old software developer who does work for a major defense contractor in San Diego. That job requires a security clearance, and there is no way a convicted felon like Heiny could ever get one. Besides that, Heiny is in his early 50’s.

Note ldvee is a software developer specializing in website software.

The third inconsistency is that if you Google “ldvee”, you will find that about one-half of the hits are his or her profiles on swinger/gay sex forums, and ldvee seems to be a female. We already know that oldhippie uses the email address to find swinger couples, so he has a “wife”, and he is a also a denizen of the Zona Norte in Tijuana. Here is a picture profile for ldvee from a sex hook-up website.

Nice hooters.

From studying the comments received from “Joe,” Fulano concluded there were probably three people. One was an American who was not too smart, liked to talk his head off, praise “Sampson” like he was a living God, and who gave Fulano all kinds of good information. This was most likely Dennis Duane Heiny, who is Sampson. In one of his messages to Fulano, he said he had access to an expert computer programmer that could break through Fulano’s blocking scripts.

The second troll was also an American male, who was an expert computer programmer who specialized in website design, was highly intelligent, and most likely is the person maintaining the TJAmigos and other prostitution websites. This had to be oldhippie/k-rico on BajaNomads. (Remember that Sampson also used the alias “Sampsonrico,” so they are connected is some weird way). On BajaNomads, k-rico mentioned many times that he was a computer programming consultant and that he worked for companies in San Diego, and also worked out of his home in Tijuana on a Virtual Private Network.

Fulano has not talked much about the third person. This person’s English is good, but not perfect. She makes the type of grammatical and spelling errors that Spanish speakers who learn English make. For instance, she always types “your” instead of “you’re.” She is also very threatening and bitchy…Fulano concluded she was probably the one with the big hooters, k-rico’s wife, Diana. Her name and telephone number are on one of the advertisements for the rental condo, “Sra. Diana 664 631 8746″.

Fulano Tests His Theory

So far, Fulano had an interesting theory, but needed to test it out. Fulano noticed that somebody in San Diego was reading The Fulano Files every day, all day long. This somebody never posted a comment, just read the blog, over and over again. Now, Fulano only posts a few shorts blogs a day, so he wondered what that person could be reading all day long. Besides that, the IP address was from a dedicated business server, so this was somebody at work doing all the reading. Fulano concluded that this person could be the smart American who read the blog while at work, but posted his asinine messages through proxy servers.

To test the theory, Fulano blocked that IP from access to the blog to see how that person responded. Sure enough, Fulano received the following message:

What the fuck is this script redirect! When I get back home tonight I will work around this, and let Joe, and everyone know how to get around this including the dead daughter whore. But itçs interesting that Fulano is also keeping away anybody who uses certain proxy including Bob, Zorro, and Justsaying who are all the same people who are playing Fulano as the fool he is.
By Anonymous on 10/27/10

Notice how our computer genius told Fulano that he was at work in San Diego and would work on breaking the IP block when he got back home. Fulano traced that blocked IP in San Diego to:

Lockheed Martin Corporation
2247 San Diego Ave
San Diego, CA 92110

Remember that oldhippe/k-rico, posting as ldvee, said he was a computer programmer for a large government contractor in San Diego.


Fulano does not know the real name of k-rico/oldhippie, but that really does not matter now. Some people on BajaNomads know him. Fulano knows for certain that oldhippie was camping in his truck at Shari Bondi’s place in Bahia Asuncion on January 29, 2007. She wrote about it and oldhippie wrote a post thanking her. Oldhippie has also stayed at the place of the BajaNomad who has the ranch near the observatory east of Ensenada. Oldhippie/k-rico’s  name will come out eventually. In any event, Fulano is putting together something to file with the FBI in San Diego, which will include all the messages he has sent, and the story behind them.

Here is what Fulano does know about oldhippie/k-rico:

He is a 60-something American who works at US defense contractor assignments that require security clearances. He likes to put other men’s dicks in his mouth (Fulano is not posting that link, but they have a movie on the Internet). He does much of his work from his home computer in Tijuana over a VPN. He uses that very same computer to create and administer prostitution websites for a convicted felon, who is no doubt his business partner. That means a convicted felon and pimp living in Tijuana with k-rico/oldhippie has access to the Lockheed Martin Corporation computer network, and God knows what else, along with his  Mexican national wife who has no security clearance, big hooters, and a very bad attitude about Americans. The anti-American, anti-Semitic comments made by all three of those yahoos is enough to get a security clearance pulled in a New York minute. I’ll bet the Department of Homeland Security will be wondering how this asshat slipped through the cracks.


BajaNomads: What Lies Beneath – Part 10

There are some good, honest and sincere people who hang out on the BajaNomad message board. Unfortunately, there are also some not-so-good people there too. The dregs of humanity: lunatics, crooks, druggies, perverts, paranoid schizophrenics, psychopaths, sociopaths, alcoholics, senile old farts, pedophiles and plain weirdos. Even more unfortunate is that the person who runs the forum cannot differentiate the good from the bad. Or, maybe that is by design. I don’t know. Even worse than the forum moderator’s inability to sort it all out, is that many innocent readers don’t know what lies beneath. They sometimes get caught unaware in the riptide.

This is the tenth in a series Fulano will do from time to time on some of the more interesting denizens of BajaNomad.

Most of the cats that you meet on the street speak of true love
Most of the time they’re sitting and crying at home
One of these days they know they gotta get going
Out of the door and into the street all alone

Truckin’ like the doodah man
Once told me “Gotta play your hand”
Sometimes the cards ain’t worth a dime
If you don’t lay them down

Sometimes the lights all shining on me
Other times I can barely see
Lately it occurs to me
What a long strange trip it’s been
Lyrics by Robert Hunter


This has been one long, strange trip. The poster on BajaNomads who uses the name “k-rico” is also the previously banned poster on BajaNomads of the name “oldhippie”. He is also probably the poster “beachbum” on TalkBaja. Fulano has always suspected that k-rico was one of the cabal that was trolling this blog. In fact, k-rico is “Joe,” our troll here. Back in 2008, k-rico sent a U2U to Fulano on BajaNomads, telling me to get fucked and get lost, or words to that effect.

Fulano never forgets.

But, Fulano did not connect k-rico to oldhippie or “Joe” on his own. Henry Thomas Guichard — bancoduo — who posted here as DM, told Fulano. Tommyboy Guichard probably does not know he told Fulano, but he did. He posted a comment here on August 3, 2010.
Guichard tells the world that oldhippie is Joe.

So, Fulano has known that “Joe” was oldhippie and k-rico on BajaNomads for the past three months, but kept it a secret. Fulano had his reasons. For one thing, Fulano didn’t know his real name. But, Fulano knew that Joe, our troll, had a huge ego and loved to talk. Actually, he could not shut up. He has some kind of a superiority complex, constantly bragging about how much smarter and more knowledgeable he was than Fulano — or anybody else for that matter. Fulano knew that eventually Joe would tell Fulano everything. It is fairly easy to show that oldhippie and k-rico are the same poster on Bajanomads. They both have the same Ford F-150 truck with camper shell, both live in Playas de Tijuana, they both advertised the exact same condo for rent in Tijuana, and in a moment of sheer stupidity, they both posted the exact same photo of the beach outside their home.

The second reason that Fulano did not disclose who Joe was immediately is I was still identifying all the other trolls playing here, and Joe is an excellent source of information, although he does not know it. It was Joe’s big mouth that connected DM/Bancoduo to his real name.
OK, so just who is Joe — k-rico — oldhippie? It turned out that Fulano had stumbled upon him before, but did not make the connection. Click on the image to make it bigger.

Fulano says Sampson is Dennis D. Heiny
K-rico and Oldhippie are all the same person, and are closely working with convicted felon Dennis Duane Heiny and others, like “Joe”. And how did Fulano make the connection? Well, as I said, Joe nevers shuts up, he posts and posts and posts. Most of his posts were threats to Fulano and to Fulano’s children. Many of his posts discussed “Sampson.” Joe not only praised Sampson copiously, but he also told Fulano that Samson would personally teach Fulano’s children about sex and have his way with them.
Fulano got to thinking about why Joe spent so much time talking about Sampson. Fulano matched them up. When Dennis Heiny got off of probation, he probably went back in Tijuana, doing the same old thing he was doing when he was busted by the Tijuana Police on February 12, 2007. Here is the news article in the North County Times.
Tijuana police arrest U.S. citizen in prostitution ring case

By: Associated Press – North County Times – Californian
Posted: Tuesday, February 13, 2007 12:00 am

TIJUANA, Mexico – A U.S.

Dennis Duane Heiny, 47, of Lake Elsinore, California, was being held pending further investigation after he was arrested Monday with three prostitutes and the ring’s alleged secretary, according to Lorena Blanco, a spokeswoman with the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana who commented on the case Tuesday.

Heiny allegedly operated the ring out of Tijuana, but catered to American clients who were escorted from the border to Mexican hotels where they met the women, Tijuana Public Safety Secretary Luis Javier Algorri said Monday.

The ring allegedly comprised 35 Mexican women, none of them minors, Blanco said.

Heiny had not been charged with a crime as of Tuesday, and Blanco said the Consulate was not aware of charges pending against him in the U.S. Algorri said the suspect was wanted by U.S. authorities on child pornography charges.

Dennis Heiny spent 34-days in the Tijuana jail. As Fulano mentioned in his comment above, Heiny was also convicted of smuggling illegal immigrants into the US. He served 8 months in prison and did 2-years probation. His probation was over in March, 2006, and I presume he got his passport back, as he showed up on BajaNomads as Oldhippie on June 26, 2006.

So what does Heiny, alias Sampson, do? I’ll let him explain it. Here is what he posted on another Tijuana sex forum. On this forum he was using the alias “sampsonrico”:

sampsonrico 06-18-2006, 07:01 PM
This is my first post on this site and it is prompted by an e-mail I got earlier. I tried for the name sampson here, but it was taken, but I can assure you that I am the Sampson mentioned above. I am white, and I did pimp ladies walking the sidewalks in the United States up until 1994. It may be true that I couldn’t make it in the world of Black Pimps, but I did have some nice runs and had as many as three ladies working with me at the same time. I used the name Cincinatti Red and was a well known international pimp. I have more than 100 aquaintances that I knew that were Black and it was from them that I learned the game.

My personality is more suited to the escort business, as I make a small commission from each girl and take pride in helping them earn. Yes I do earn money from them, but it is a little money from a lot of girls and no one is paying me anything near the % the American Agencies charge. I know a little about American Agencies, as I often would have my ladies with beepers walking the sidewalks and answering escort calls in most major cities. It the early 90’s it was quite common for an agency to make $125 of the $175 charge that the client paid. This may explain why chicas are Robs as although you are paying big money, the lady is not seeing a huge portion of the money.

With the small commission we charge it covers the expenses of rent, utilities, an American land line, 4 Mexican cell phones, numerous advertisements and 3 salaries of bi-lingual secretaries. My expenses are around $900 per week to run Team Juanita, so it is not like I just lay around at home and rake in the dough. I work all day and I provide the taxi service for about 70% of our dates.

Although I don’t know the usernames, I have often been told that we are mentioned on this site and we do have clients that post here. I am guessing their is other info than this thread here, but will find that later. With the exception of Tania the pics on our website are very current and we have updated the site several times in the last month. Our biggest girl is listed as being voluptous and she is very popular. We have lots of different ladies ranging from 18 to nearly 40 and different body styles. We get requests for young, old, fat, skinny, hairy bush, shaved bush, bi-sexuals and even transvestites. We try to offer something for everyone and if we don’t have what you want, we save your e-mail and when we find it we will let you know. We currently have a waiting list for a midget, if we ever find one.

By the way, everything he confesses to is illegal in Mexico. Prostitution is legal, but pimping is not. Fulano assumes Heiny is just paying off corrupt Tijuana police and politicians to remain in business. There is no way they could be unaware of this operation.

Heiny may live in the La Perla project
in Playas de Tijuana with k-rico. I guess
pimping pays.

This blog is running too long, so Fulano will have to do another to fill-in some more information, such as the linkage between Heiny, k-rico, oldhippie and Guichard. In the meantime we can all ponder how a convicted felon, like Heiny, can live in Mexico with an FM-3 — if he even has one. It is against Mexico’s immigration laws to grant such a visa to felons. Or we can wonder how he got out of jail in Tijuana after 34-days, and after his cronies raised a lot of money for him. Or we can all consider how a convicted felon can sit in Mexico and send death threats and messages threatening other peoples minor children.


The Wanted and the Unwanted – Redux

Maria Anita Kaczmarczyk

U.S. citizen Maria Anita Kaczmarczyk, 45-years old, and a fugitive from justice since 2007, was arrested in Tijuana October 29, 2010. Kaczmarczyk, and her husband Mark Lee Kaczmarczyk, 58-years old, had charges of sexual abuse against four children aged between a few months to 2 years of age, whom the couple looked after in a nursery on their property in Carlsbad, California.

Maria Anita Kaczmarczyk jumped bail of $150,000. Her husband fled to Taipei, Taiwan, and was later extradited to the US. According to the FBI, he had attempted to open a kindergarten in Taipei, however, he was discovered with a background check.

The woman was found yesterday morning in the La Mesa district of Tijuana.

Read more about the wanted and unwanted in Mexico here.


México Corrupto

According to the 2010 report by Transparency International, Mexico has fallen 9 places to 98th out of 178 countries in the level of corruption. Mexico’s score was 3.1 on a scale of 10, where 10 represents a total absence of corruption. This is the lowest rating Mexico has received since the year 2000.

Another Narco Video

A video posted Monday on the Internet features the kidnapped brother of the former attorney general of the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua saying that both he and his sister collaborated with drug traffickers.

Mario Gonzalez, kidnapped on October 21 in Chihuahua city, the state capital, appears surrounded by five men wearing camouflage and ski-masks, with assault rifles trained on him as he answers questions from someone off camera.

He says his sister, former attorney general of Chihuahua Patricia Gonzalez, provided protection to La Linea, the armed wing of the Juarez drug cartel, and that she ordered murders, including the 2008 slaying of journalist Armando Rodriguez. Mario Gonzalez  admitted that he acted as a “liaison” between the Juarez cartel and his sister.

He said the cartel paid anywhere from $50,000 and $200,000 a month for the protection provided by Patricia Gonzalez during her time as Chihuahua’s top law enforcement official.


Town’s Entire Police Force Quits

The town of Los Ramones, about 35 miles east of Monterrey, state of Nuevo Leon, has over 6,000 residents. Monday night, its police department building was fired at for about 15 minutes and at least two grenades were thrown against it. The officers on duty huddled in a back room. Tuesday morning, the town’s 14 policemen – its entire force – resigned.

Police department of Los Ramones, Nuevo Leon


Two Playas de Rosarito Fire Engines Repossessed

Failure to pay the loan payments has forced Total Logistics, SA to repossess two firefighting units that were delivered to Rosarito over 9 months ago.

Antonia Martinez, legal representative for the company, explained that the city had agreed to pay them $25,000 for the two fire trucks that were delivered nine months ago. But now the city will not even answer the phone.

Link to article is Spanish.


City Ordered To Pay Day Laborers’ Legal Fees

From Judicial Watch. Please take your blood pressure medication before you read further.

A federal appellate court has ruled that an advocacy group representing illegal immigrant day laborers can collect legal fees from the city it successfully sued over a law banning workers from seeking employment on the street.

Issued by the San Francisco-based 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, the ruling is slap in the face for yet another local government trying to curb illegal immigration. The case involves the southern California city of Lake Forest, an upscale community of about 75,000 residents.

Responding to residents’ complaints, Lake Forest passed an ordinance in 2007 prohibiting day laborers, mostly large groups of illegal immigrant men, from seeking work on public streets and potential employers from hiring them. A group representing the day laborers (La Associacion De Trabajadores De Lake Forest) quickly sued the city for “harassing” the illegal aliens. The ordinance was unconstitutional because it violated the illegal immigrants’ First Amendment rights, according to the group’s complaint.

To avoid costly litigation the city repealed the measure a month later and, though both parties agreed to the settlement, the illegal alien advocacy group demanded attorney’s fees. When a lower court denied the request, the group appealed and this month a three-judge panel from the notoriously liberal 9th Circuit Court granted the request.

In reversing the denial for attorney’s fees, the court said that La Associacion De Trabajadores was the “prevailing party” based on the favorable settlement and therefore should be compensated for legal costs. The group “received relief in the form of a judicially enforceable agreement requiring (the defendants) to adhere to policies respecting day laborers and their First Amendment rights, relief ATLF sought in its complaint,” according to the ruling.

Laws in other parts other country designed to ban day laborers have also been defeated in court, though awarding legal costs seems to take it a step beyond the norm. Earlier this year a federal judge in New York ruled that a Long Island town (Oyster Bay) can’t enforce its “unconstitutional” law prohibiting illegal immigrant day laborers from seeking work on public property and people from hiring them.

A similar ordinance in Mamaroneck, a working class village located about 25 miles north of New York City, was also defeated in federal court a few years ago. Earlier this year another southern California city, Costa Mesa, went to court to defend its anti-solicitation law which was challenged by a group of illegal immigrants who claim it’s unconstitutional and that it violates their civil rights. The outcome of that case has not been determined.

Link to article.