Jentsch moves in: THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD!!!
Vivisector David Jentsch Buys New Mansion in Los Angeles Area; Next Door to
Sharon Stone's Sister, Who is None Too Happy About It
July 30, 2010
by Roger Friedman
Sharon Stone's sister Kelly,
and Kelly's husband Bruce , are none too happy with the LAPD and the U.S.
About six weeks ago, Kelly and Bruce got a new
neighbor, and since then they've been having all kinds of problems.
The reason is the neighbor is Dr. David Jentsch , the famed UCLA
neuroscientist who advocates animal testing. Dr. Jentsch is so unpopular
with the Animal Liberation Brigade, an extremist group, that last year he
found his car fire bombed in his driveway. 'The activists thought he was in
it,' says a rueful Bruce.
Apparently, the bombing and other violent
activities caused Jentsch to move -- right next door to Kelly and Bruce in a
Los Angeles suburb. Since then they've had nothing but trouble. The main
problem right now is that their mail has been stolen at least once, maybe
more times. How do they know? It turns out Jentsch is protected by LAPD, who
observe his home and watch for malfeasance. Bruce says they actually caught
vandals on their cameras stealing the family's mail. But they won't do
anything about it.
'It's out of their jurisdiction,' Bruce says.
'They told us to call the Postal Police. But they won't do anything about it
Enter private investigator Paul Barresi , who once worked
for Anthony Pellicano and is a keen tracker. Barresi took the gathered
evidence and has apparently found the people behind the incident. But again,
he -- Barresi -- even says the Postal Police won't touch the case.
case is complicated, too, by the fact that Kelly has had a stalker in the
past, and so has her movie star sister. 'So we don't know if the trouble is
coming from a stalker or from one of Jentsch's enemies,' Bruce says.
By the way, this is why I've always said people are safer in big cities
than in the suburbs. But that's another story.
The irony is that
Jentsch, Bruce says, has an armed security guard at his house -- while the
Stones are vulnerable. 'People have been peering in through our windows, and
sneaking around.' The family, with three kids, is hopeful that with some
publicity, the local authorities will launch an investigation.
for animal testing, all I know is I had three cats over a period of 25
years. They did tons of homework but failed almost every test. They couldn't
even count how many hours had passed between feedings. I say, pass-fail if
nothing else. Grades are superfluous.
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