|Subject: ATTN: FRED JENSEN
On October 27, several Crazy Horse Too "managers"
approached the owner of Allstate Auto requesting he sign
the enclosed TENANT ESTOPPLE CERTIFICATE. Based on a pending HARASSMENT
lawsuit against the Crazy Horse in which Allstate is the PLAINTIFF, Buffalo
Jim Barrier, Allstate's owner wisely refused to sign.
Barrier's lawsuit against his landlord: Case
00-424456-C, is pending in the court of Clark County District Court
Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez, but has been postponed pending indictments in
a separate federal racketeering
and tax evasion case against Rick
Rizzolo, and several of Rizzolo's associates.
Rizzolo is the purported owner of the blood
soaked Crazy Horse Too strip bar and Allstate's next door
In paragraph 10 of the ESTOPPLE*, Security Pacific
Bank** of Los Angeles asks Barrier to agree there are no pending
"claims" against RicRiz LLC. In paragraph 14, it states: "Tenant
acknowledges that the lease has been or will be assigned to the Lender
(Security Pacific Bank) in connection with the Lender's extension
of credit to the Landlord or to a party purchasing the property from
the Landlord." Then, in paragraph 14, it states: "Tenant acknowledges
that the Lender will be relying on this Certificate in extending credit
to the Landlord or to a party purchasing the property from the
Rizzolo is obviously trying to distance himself from
his financial holdings based on this document and his recent divorce.
Federal forfeiture laws could jeopardize Rizzolo's fortune, along with
possible damages that can be levied against him in the Kirk
Henry case. This latest move substantiates this theory. However,
because these legal actions are being taken after the fact of Henry's
beating, and the federal RICO investigation, Rizzolo's legal
actions may be reversed, a fact Security Pacific Bank should be
made aware of.
*Estoppel is a bar which precludes a person from
denying or asserting anything to the contrary of that which has, in
contemplation of law, been established as the truth, either by the acts
of judicial or legislative officers, or by his own deed, acts, or
representations, either express or implied." 28 Am Jur 2d Estoppel and
Waiver § 1
** In the late 1980's, Former Las Vegas Mayor Jan
Jones was a stockholder in, and Director of Security Pacific Bank.
Jones, as mayor, was accused of doing favors