After reading the San Joaquin Herald article posted on Blinks - well - I would say that was quite intriguing. Anyway - we may have this already - but thought I would post it anyway. A friend emailed it to me:
"Apparently before Huckaby was married, she was in Tracy and filed to obtain a temporary restraining order against Joshua Palmer. I transcribed her account of this from a TV shot of the paper:
"April 17 Joshua Palmer arrived at my work? and Sat outside of it for over 2 1/2 hours Security cameras seen him and so we called the police
when they arrived he was sitting hiding next to my Car. He was asked to leave and I was escorted home. Incident Report is (available?)
April 18 Joshua Palmer called me on my cell phone telling me he needed to talk to me. So I went outside and he told me that he was going to make my life as miserable as ? and that he was going to kill me and a family friend Officer Dan Pasquale. He has been seen by other residents and our park manager numerous amounts of times in the middle of the night lurking around my house and the other...."
I think because Huckaby is charged with raping, kidnapping and murdering a female child, there is hardly any deep research regarding her male friends, and there are quite a few:
Christian Sinclair, 49
Johnny Huckaby (former husband)
Dan Pasquale, Tracy cop
Fred Williams (helper, custodian at grandparents church)
David Slayter, 44
I don't mean that her male friends were involved in any child abuse, but the connections of these people to government and any criminal activity are just not explored. Also Huckaby listed herself as a "party organizer" on her website. I wish I knew of the parties she organized, if any, and whether she was employed to do so. Must be someone in Tracy who "partied" with her or at one of her parties. Was she an "event organizer" for businesses? For fantasy football parties, or other fantasy sports parties related to Biosoftsports.com? Virtual sports involved with "virtual" porn or children posing to these "virtual" events?
As you know child porn is put into all kind of images, and files and often sent peer to peer. Payment modes must also exist. A possible way to pick up money and to share files is a firm, connected to gambling and baseball (kids love baseball) owned by Timothy John Lawless:
(I detect Lawless owns up to 9 domains, but it is necessary to pay to get detailed printouts for them like the one below and the Biosoftports is the only one I have, other than VendorConnects, Inc., with a website, under his umbrella corporation Next Opportunity, Inc. I have also perplexed about who "J. Sickenger" is, on his reverse phone number from his verified home residence:
Reverse phone number for TJL’s verified address
108 Monowood Dr, Folsom, CA
Phone number 916 984 0487 per DAPLUS
is reversed to J. Sickenger
Folsom CA 95630
BIOSPORTS DOMAIN INFORMATION
Source below: Whois.domaintools.com
"Timothy Lawless" owns about 9 other domains
nserver: ns47.1and1.com 188.8.131.52
nserver: ns48.1and1.com 184.108.40.206
registrant-street1: 3532 Debina WAY
registrant-city: Rancho Cordova
tech-c-organization: 1&1 Internet Inc.
tech-c-street1: 701 Lee Rd.
tech-c-email: email@example.com http://www.biosoftsports.com/aboutus.asp
BioSoft Sports’ History
BioSoft Sports utilizes the principles of biorhythms, coupled with decades of research, to make accurate predictions about personal performance, team performance and the outcome of sporting events.
BioSoft Sports was created from the vision and tenacity of one man: Harvey Makishima. It all began when Makishima purchased a Kosmos biorhythm calculator in 1976. By analyzing NBA games, he soon realized that biorhythms affected the way players performed during the game, which ultimately affected the team's performance and the game’s outcome. He thought that his discovery was too obvious. In order to prove that these outcomes were not a fluke, he began to track the biorhythmic sine waves of each of the players using pen and paper.
After completing research to verify his initial findings, Makishima refined his system. He discovered that certain cycles were the key components in a player's performance. He had discovered the biorhythm secret! Using this secret method of biorhythm analysis and applying specific values to each segment of the biorhythmic sine waves, he was able to determine when athletes have the greatest potential for exceptional performance as well as select winners versus the spread with incredible accuracy.
As Luck Would Have It
Makishima reasoned that if biorhythms affected a player's performance in a game, they might also affect a person's business and personal life as well. In 1986, Makishima developed an Apple Basic application that incorporated his biorhythmic analysis methods. With this new application, he continued his biorhythms research on an individual level. He poured over data, recorded highly unusual events involving luck, and tracked hundreds of people's biorhythms.
With the help of the biorhythm software and interviews with real people, he discovered that the cycles do affect individuals! Just like players in the sports arena, a person's success rate is directly related to their Biorhythmic cycles. Extraordinarily, he found that each of us has four days when we have the most potential for highly unusual luck. Makishima realized that he could determine when these four days would occur by analyzing a person's biorhythms!
A Company Is Born
In 1995, Makishima enlisted the help of a computer scientist to refine and upgrade his application. With the upgrade, the application could be used on a home PC and could incorporate databases containing vital information about specific sports. This program became the basis for the Biorhythm Secrets family of software: TeamBios, FantasyBio, BioCalendar and several other biorhythmic analysis software, which you can use to compute your personal daily biorhythms, or the biorhythms of an entire team. Using Team Bios, Makishima computed the outcome of over 60,000 NFL and NBA games, and obtained the same exceptional results that he had derived over 32 years earlier using pen and paper! Today, BioSoft Sports incorporates Harvey Makishima's vision and the science of biorhythms into all of its products.
Online Applications Become a Reality
In 2005, Makishima created a joint venture with BioSportsPro to make online versions of his software applications available via the Internet and in mobile devices such as mobile phones, PDAs, tablet PCs and laptops. Television will also be a viable media for Biosoft Sports’ products in the near future.
Want to learn more about the History of BioRhythms?"