Hey Everybody: Moxi Posner Did ThisHey Everybody: Moxi Posner Did This

For anyone who cares and for whatever it's worth, Lois F. "Moxi" Posner crashed her car into the South Association building on May 25, 2010. "Moxi" did not report this to her insurance company nor to the association's insurance company, but hid the car in her garage until it could be repaired.


On June 1, 2010, Moxi left a message saying the part (a headlight) to repair her 23-year old car was on backorder, and if the repair shop couldn't get it on back order, they would "hit the junk yards" to find the headlight.

"My Car Is Put Together"

On June 3, 2010, Moxi left another message saying her car "is put together."

Posner's car had been long-repaired by the time the Association fixed the building weeks later.

Not-So-Private Note to Lois F. Posner

No doubt you'll deny this.

If these statements here were false, it would be called "libel." But since these are true statements, it isn't "libel." It's true and you know it. You told your son about it as well. He told you to let your insurance company handle it. And to point your finger at others as you do while pretending to be holier-than-thou has to be exposed for what it is.

What? Again?

Moxi Posner has had was involved a second accident on Vista Del Mar, within the Edgewater Isle complex, this time hitting bumping into a BMW SUV, referred to as "a 1 percenter," while both were in reverse, sources say.

Unlike the last time, there are witnesses witness(es) to this accident and the owner of the damaged car is pursuing the damages. An insurance company charged with investigating this accident could not determine fault, according to Posner's attorney Alexander Lubarsky. And boy, those BMW bumpers are expensive to replace. Let's hope there is no further damage underneath.

This Part is Just for Moxi

How are those "police investigations" going? Any word back from Senators Barbara Boxer or Dianne Feinstein? Representatives Nancy Pelosi or Jackie Speier? Or how about Judge Freeman? Anything? The nationwide mass media? 60 Minutes? Jerry Brown? The View? CNN? Who else was there? There were 40 letters, weren't there?

Oh yeah. The Master Association Meeting Minutes from November 8, 2010 reads:

Homeowner from 2247 Vista Del Mar advised the Board that she has sent a packet to mass media about the South's Board abuse of financial spending. She is requesting an ombudsman for homeowners. Forty letters have been mailed.

Where is all this "mass media?" Why hasn't the 60 Minutes truck pulled up to Edgewater Isle yet? Where is Morley Safer or Lesley Stahl? It's been nearly 2 years. Why hasn't Barbara Walters personally flown in to investigate this whole debacle? Where is that interview of you that was supposed to run in June or July?

Has the DA called you back? Has the San Mateo police chief called you back? Has the attorney called you back? Why haven't "Kimberly" and "John" been investigated and arrested for their "perjury?" Why hasn't Speaker Pelosi investigated their "perjury?"

You've written 40 letters already, right? Letters to the governor of this state, the presiding judge in the county, US representatives from this county and one over, the two senators from this state, and a bunch of TV shows. How's it going? What did it get you?

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Moxi Posner's Criminal Past

Moxi Posner, also known as Lois Posner, has been very active within the Edgewater Isle community for years. She has been an outspoken advocate for her own various causes, and has appeared in at least two local newspaper articles.

While describing herself as a "homeowner and realtor advocate," Posner has a more colorful background: Posner has 5 criminal convictions for theft, 2 restraining orders against her, and this event that was previously discussed here.

Posner's five convictions in San Mateo County run from 1992 - 2007. It was between criminal convictions in 2006 that she was issued the first restraining order against her from a next-door neighbor. The facts are here.

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