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Tom Banducci 

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OCCUPY ALBERTSONS-2006 


Below is a news video of Attorney Tom Banducci explaining the lawsuit that was filed against Larry Johnston/Albertsons'.  To this day I have no idea what happened with this lawsuit since it was filed by Banducci.  He has never contacted me to explain to me where this litigation went from the time he filed the complaint until today.  I have contacted him in an email but he has basically ignored me.  I have even filled out a comment form from his website but he still ignores me.  If he has tried to contact me then I am not aware of it.

I do remember a phone conversation where Banducci was telling me over the phone that the Wall Street Journal would probably be putting this story about the lawsuit in its newspaper and that I would become a famous person.  I told Banducci that I didn't care about being famous but only wanted to make sure Johnston didn't walk away from Albertsons' with a lot of money. 

I have to wonder what Banducci's motivation was for filing this lawsuit???  Was it becoming known in the Wall Street Journal and becoming famous or was it to keep Johnston from escaping from a job he did poorly with a "millions of dollars golden parachute" clause conveniently tucked away in his contract?  Just the mere fact that he mentioned this to me lets me know where his heart may have been.  And as seen below,  Banducci was selected to teach others.   Teach them what?  How to become famous and how to be silent? 


Banducci is even going to teach law....source: bwslawgroup.com 


This same attorney is recognized above....source: bwslawgroup.com

Did Banducci profit from this lawsuit?  I don't know. This is what I do know:  I was contacting Larry Johnston, in the form of  post-card/post-cards (through the U.S.P.S.), featuring his outrageously high salaries on the post-card long before Banducci was directing a complaint against Johnston and the Albertsons' Board of Directors. This postcard to Johnston, was sent to him as an employee of Alberstsons, a number of years before that complaint was filed.

Where was the Boise news media/Tom Banducci when I was there back during the first few years when inexperienced Larry Johnston became CEO and was bringing in a huge annual compensation/salary each year?  It appears to me they only came into the picture when it looked like Albertsons' Boise main office/stores would end up closing and many employees would lose their jobs after Supervalue purchased the Albertsons' company.

Larry Johnston was making millions of dollars and this guy didn't have a days experience working inside of store when he became CEO-and the results were obvious of his lack of experience.  Wow, and I thought the Albertsons' employees at store #109, back in 1974, were dishonest.

The above "YouTube" video was removed because KTVB out of Boise, Idaho claimed it was violation of its copyright. Below is this video that KTVB asked YouTube to remove. I will use it as part of the "fair use" clause of the copyright law. Plus, this video that KTVB made about this lawsuit references me and they never had any permission from me to use me in its newscast. They don't make mention of my name but it refers to me as the grocery clerk out of Sacramento/and the plaintiff in this lawsuit because I was the primary plaintiff in this lawsuit as seen below in the filing of the complaint!  And who do they think they are by dictating to me what I can or can't do that reflects experiences I have had in my life?

With all the attention in 2011 being given to "occupy Wall Street"  and the 1% wealthy in this country, why would this KTVB television station want to take down something it considers a "copyright infringement" when this video shows that they were willing to expose Larry Johnston at Albertsons' back in 2006? It seems kind of odd that they would do this. And maybe KTVB has never heard of the "fair use" clause of the copyright law??? I am fairly using something about the news and I am commenting on it.

This is what I know about all of the above:  KTVB is an affliate of NBC.  Today, General Electric (aka GE) owns 49% of NBC.  Before Larry Johnston became CEO of Albertsons', he was an executive of GE. 

Video source:  KTVB-Boise, Idaho
Occupy Wall Street-2011 

Below is an image about "Occupy Wall Street" found on Yahoo images.  Why would KVTB want to take down a story on YouTube pertaining to a news story that they did about Larry Johnston walking away from Albertsons' with over $100 million in compensation after basically destroying the company, eliminating thousands of jobs and stripped-mined the value of its stock?

LAWSUIT/Plaintiff Frank Nordby 


The above animation represent all of the people/defendants named in the complaint...Except for Wayne C Sales who wasn't in the picture featuring Albertsons' Board of Directors that I had access to.

Idaho Statesman 
Below is the on-line article that the Idaho Statesman newspaper ran featuring the Sacramento grocery clerk suing Larry Johnston and Albertsons' Board of Directors. What the Idaho Statesman failed to indicate in their article is the fact that this grocery clerk was more qualified to be the CEO of Albertsons' than Larry Johnston or any other incompetent working for Albertsons.

Emails 

 

Wed, May 31, 2006 12:43:15 PM
Re: pending litigation
From:
Frank Nordby
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To: Thomas A. Banducci  

Hello Tom, how are things going? I wanted to let you know that there are many here in Sacramento that have been very excited about the news pertaining to the complaint that you, Mr. Greener, and Mr. McKenzie have filed against Larry Johnston and the other directors on behalf of all of us shareholders and those that aren't even shareholders...I have also forwarded that complaint to others so they can see what effort you went to in getting this action brought forward. I hope this doesn't upset you. There are just so many people that are upset with this man's compensation over the last five years, that today I am looked upon as a hero in their eyes. So thank you for your assistance in bringing a little justice to all of us working grocery clerks, who didn't have the opportunity in life to rub elbows with those who could have put us in a "Larry Johnston" position such as those who placed Mr. Johnston in his position. I am sure all of us would have done a much better job than Mr. Johnston. What arrogance that man has.
I hope this law suit brings about the end results that all of you have worked so hard to obtain. You would be surprised on all the people that want this lawsuit to succeed. I can't imagine how Mr. Johnston is going to answer this complaint, but I am sure the shareholders are going to pick up the tab.
Thanks again
Frank

"Thomas A. Banducci" <tbanducci@GreenerLaw.com> wrote:

Thanks, Frank. By the way, our lawsuit has gained some modest attention. Take a look at this morning's article at idahostatesman.com. Tom

________________________________
Thomas A. Banducci
Greener Banducci + Shoemaker P.A.
e. tbanducci@greenerlaw.com
m. 208.284.9193



-----Original Message-----
From: Frank Nordby
To: Thomas A. Banducci
Sent: Fri May 26 19:58:19 2006
Subject: pending litigation

Thanks Tom for connecting with me tonight. Here is a summary of my grocery store career:

Started my career at Albertsons in 1974. Worked at Albertsons #109 located in the Franklin shopping center. Left in 1976 and worked briefly for Alpha Beta stores in San Jose, California. I then left there and went to work with my dad who was a grocery and security consultant. From there I was employed at probably the best operated chain of stores in America called "Meijer" located in Michigan. Then, after not liking the severe cold winters in Michigan, I came back to California and worked the last twenty seven (27) years at Lucky Stores, and Albertsons, and plan on retiring in the next few months. I am married to a wonderful woman who was just accepted to the PHD program at the University of Missouri.

Let me know if there is anything else I can assist you with.

Like I had mentioned in an earlier email, I had sent a post card to Larry Johnston, back in 2002, with his compensation figure and the compensation figures of 5 other highly paid executives at the company, placed directly on the front of post card.. I made it known to him that I was an employee and an Albertsons shareholder and also told him that I was really amazed on how much money they pay themselves. I am sure he was impressed with my creativeness..He never responded to me.


Anyway, I hope the best on this lawsuit...Have a great memorial weekend.

Frank

Have a great day.


From:
Frank NoThu, June 1, 2006 12:18:05 PM
rdby
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To: Thomas A. Banducci  

Hello Tom, first of all, I own six (6) shares. I don't believe anybody has said anything concerning this suit. There are those who are excited about this and some have offered to send out press releases. Currently I have not spoken to the media. I have shared the complaint with fellow employee's and others who are interested in this particular case.RE: pending litigation I have expressed to them how I got involved, and there are some confused as to why I became involved. I guess the biggest issue at hand is the fact that there are many people who want to see Larry Johnston walk away with nothing. But the last thing I expected before I retired next month was the fact that you and the others there Boise, assisted me (in my small role in this action) in reminding Mr. Johnston of what a poor job he did running this company. I have sent out emails asking those not to give out press releases. Although there is a lot of interest in this particular case, I will still do my best to keep things under wrap as you have asked.
Let me know if I can assist you.
Frank

"Thomas A. Banducci" <tbanducci@GreenerLaw.com> wrote:
Frank—thanks for the information. I also got your voice mail regarding the interest of others to put out news releases relative to the litigation. I would urge you to keep others uninvolved in this process. Anything released into the media at this point could have unintended impact on the litigation. In other words we want to be “squeaky clean” with respect to anything that is said publicly. Also please understand that anything said outside of the pleadings and documents associated with the litigation is subject to the law of defamation. I don’t want anyone attributing you (or me) with statements without our chance to edit, accept or reject. Please let me know whether any such stray statements have been issued by others interested in this process.
On another note, I need to know the amount of Albertson’s stock you own and when you purchased it.
Thomas A. Banducci | attorney at law
GB+S greener banducci shoemaker p.a.
815 w. washington street|boise|idaho 83702
o: 208.319.2600|f: 208.319.2601|e: tbanducci@greenerlaw.com
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From: Frank Nordby [mailto:fsn778@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 4:43 PM
To: Thomas A. Banducci
Subject: Re: pending litigation
Hello Tom, how are things going? I wanted to let you know that there are many here in Sacramento that have been very excited about the news pertaining to the complaint that you, Mr. Greener, and Mr. McKenzie have filed against Larry Johnston and the other directors on behalf of all of us shareholders and those that aren't even shareholders...I have also forwarded that complaint to others so they can see what effort you went to in getting this action brought forward. I hope this doesn't upset you. There are just so many people that are upset with this man's compensation over the last five years, that today I am looked upon as a hero in their eyes. So thank you for your assistance in bringing a little justice to all of us working grocery clerks, who didn't have the opportunity in life to rub elbows with those who could have put us in a "Larry Johnston" position such as those who placed Mr. Johnston in his position. I am sure all of us would have done a much better job than Mr. Johnston. What arrogance that man has.
I hope this law suit brings about the end results that all of you have worked so hard to obtain. You would be surprised on all the people that want this lawsuit to succeed. I can't imagine how Mr. Johnston is going to answer this complaint, but I am sure the shareholders are going to pick up the tab.
Thanks again
Frank




 

 

Thu, June 1, 2006 6:02:19 PM
RE: pending litigation
From:
Frank Nordby
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To: Thomas A. Banducci  

Oh, I wanted to inform you that the individual named "Grayson" who contacted you (from Sacramento) yesterday asking about the suit may have been trying to find out information pertaining to this complaint. I have been told he is not to be trusted and he may be trying to find out information. He called me at home last night to tell me that he personally contacted you there in Boise and was somewhat upset that he wasn't named as a plaintiff because he too is a shareholder-he says. What is strange about that is I had already informed him that I was representing all shareholders in this complaint. Plus he told me, after asking you about fees, that you mentioned to him that there was no fees pertaining to me being represented by you or the other attorney's. Did this person actually contact you? If not, then obviously some party is trying to get answers and information and is using a person I know here in Sacramento. Page 26 of the complaint, within the "Prayer for relief" section "G", awarding plaintiff the costs and disbursement of this action. If the courts knew that you were representing me for free, and the defendants found out that you weren't charging me fees, would they claim that you are trying to defraud the courts for fees that aren't there? Or does that request for costs and disbursement of the action actually be just additional filing costs, costs for serving the defendants, etc., etc..
My Albertsons stock was purchased through American Stores back in the 90's and converted into Alberstons stock when Albertsons purchased American Stores in the late 90's.
Anyway, tomorrow is Friday, another day. Thanks again...And
Frank


Fri, June 2, 2006 12:16:28 PM
Re: pending litigation
From:
Frank Nordby
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To: Thomas A. Banducci  

Thank you Tom, and I will do my part not to distract from the importance of this action. All of you there in Boise did your home work and it was reflected in the complaint that was filed and I just feel good to know that there were those, who had the expertise in this matter, willing to come against this kind of corporate fraud the way you and the others did. May there be victory in this matter. Have a great weekend.
Frank

"Thomas A. Banducci" <tbanducci@GreenerLaw.com> wrote:

Frank, I did not talk to this gentleman, my secretary did. He requested that I call back, but I have not done so.

As far as attorneys fees, we are entitled to ask for attorneys fees to be paid by the company if the action confers a benefit on the corporation (as determined by the court). Payment of fees is no sure thing, and they would definitely not be paid by you

________________________________
Thomas A. Banducci
Greener Banducci + Shoemaker P.A.
e. tbanducci@greenerlaw.com
m. 208.284.9193


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