October 31, 2003
Karen Lucchesi Series - One Day in
December When A Federal Agent Masquerades a Visit to La Plaza by Nelson
Lucchesi met Gonzalez, the DEA agent, twice and for only a few
minutes during each visit to her La Plaza Center.
article covers the first government sting contact with Anand
Alloju, Karen Lucchesi's attorney and friend. You will read
surveillance summaries involving approximately 10 federal
agents tailing Alloju and observing his movements from his
home, to his office, to La Plaza, to restaurants, hotels and
The two visits by the federal agent with Lucchesi include government transcripts from the wired agent.
See if you feel this evidence would prove a guilty verdict
beyond a reasonable doubt against Lucchesi.
Finally, Alloju gets busted
with $500,000 at a Grapevine hotel.
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The genesis of the DEA sting
operation started on June 11, 2002 at approximately 4:45 PM when Anand
Alloju received a call on his cell phone regarding a friend "who
wants to launder drug proceeds.". Click
Here for a DEA copy of that recorded telephone contact.
The information in this article is taken from the U.S. Department of
Justice DEA "Report of Investigation" forms unless another
source is specifically credited. The report indicates basically
that Gonzalez contacted Alloju because he had been referred by a
Some excerpts of transcripts were selected and determined solely by the author from the
government's interpretation of the poor quality tapes. Those excerpts do
not necessarily reflect the entire conversation and
there may be gaps in time within the conversation as noted in this
article. Full PDF files are also available on the Lucchesi
In every case of meetings between the DEA
agent and others, a separate surveillance team report is included
about observations from a nearby vehicle. While not being able to apparently hear any conversations,
role appears to be to confirm the agent actually showed up at a
location, and speculating here, to give backup in case of problems.
When reading from the Government transcripts
the legend is. A = Alloju G = Gonzalez L= Lucchesi (unintel) =
13, 2002 DEA Report
DEA investigation reports
begin again on June 13, 2002 when Alloju meets undercover DEA
Agent Gonzalez for the first time. The report says that
the Dallas Field Division "formulated plans to negotiate
a $20,000 money laundering transaction" and that Agent
Gonzalez "equipped himself with an electronic
transmitting device for safety and corroboration of
The June 13th report goes on
to say that at approximately 3:00 pm Gonzales entered the law
offices of Anand Moulin Alloju. The two discussed money
laundering and money laundering techniques. Gonzales told
Alloju the money is "from cocaine and marijuana
sales." Gonzales asked Alloju how he could
"clean" the money. Alloju stated he would
represent Gonzalez in a fictitious case and the drug proceeds
given to him would be a down payment on legal fees.
Alloju said he would document that services were no longer
needed and he then would return the drug proceeds minus a
commission. Gonzalez told Alloju he did not need legal
services. Alloju said he knows that but would make up a
case. After about a week, Alloju said he would then wire
transfer the drug proceeds to an account or accounts of Gonzalez
or write numerous checks. Alloju wanted 10% for his
services but Gonzalez said that was too much and the two
negotiated a commission fee of 8% per transaction.
Alloju wanted to know how much an ounce of cocaine costs because
"he had some girlfriends who used cocaine." Gonzalez
told him $800 an ounce. Alloju then gave Gonzalez his
business card with his personal cell number and told Gonzalez to
call him when he was ready.
The conversation turns to Gonzalez and his role in the
A. See the thing about this is that I'm not gonna do
anything if someone's being watched.
G. No, I'm not being watched.
No, uh, I watch. I got eyes in the back of my head, I've been
doing this, long time. My dad, he's in Mexico, the
marijuana, the marijuana he does, the friends with the
"coke" in Mexico, you know coco, so I go or my friends
go and bring it back up so my dad, and me, and my cousins, and
17, 2002 DEA Report
At approximately 10:40 am Gonzalez goes to the law
offices of Alloju in Fort Worth. The secretary tells
Gonzalez that Alloju is with a client. Gonzalez contacts
his "snitch" and tells him to call Alloju to find out
when he wants to conduct the transaction.
At 11:30 am Gonzalez and the snitch go back.
Gonzalez tells Alloju he brought a bag with $20,000 in it from
cocaine sales. During the conversation Gonzalez tells Alloju
that he is a cocaine trafficker in Chicago and the
Midwest. Alloju wants to know why does Alloju want to
launder money in the Dallas area. Gonzalez tells Alloju
because he is an attorney it would seen inconspicuous.
Alloju said he handles large amounts of cash in his accounts,
therefore no need for suspicion from banks or police.
Gonzalez emptied $20,000 in cash on Alloju's desk and gives him
two account numbers and wiring information. Gonzalez
instructs Alloju to wire $6,000 and write two checks for $6,200
each. During the conversation Gonzalez tells Alloju the
$6,000 is to a company that he owes money to.
19, 2002 DEA Report
Gonzalez meets Alloju in his 7th Street Fort Worth
office and picked up two checks made out for $12,400. Both
checks were drawn on the Bank of America. One check was a
cashier's check the other from Alloju's trust account. Alloju
had deposited $6,000 to an account in the name of Star
Video and kept $1,600 commission.
From the government transcript of this meeting:
(referring to the next transaction) ...I can do 50, or I can
A. If you wanna do 100, that's
G. We do 50 from different
checks (unintel) accounts, because we get check from you then,
with a date another check from you..
A. I don't have another account.
G. Can you open an account for
A. You want to do 100 right? (unintel)
95 times whatever (unintel) 1,2...I have three accounts, okay (unintel).
A. Yeah (unintel) a whole new
G. The people we used before used different banks, buy you
cannot take from same account.
A. (unintel) How many only one
wire from my account.
A. I can do a wire and a check, (unintel) wire fee 25 bucks (unintel).
G. And maybe open 1 or 2 more?
A. (unintel) I can open a
couple of more.
G. I have people. they help
A. I don't f%#@ around...I can't afford to lose my law license.
30, 2002 DEA Report of a Telephone Conversation Between Gonzalez
From government transcript.
G. Ah that's okay. Look, I told unh, I got the hundred, okay?
G. Now you say you wanna do
A. Yeah we can do half, (unintel).
G. Oh okay, well I'll call you
Thursday. I'll call you Thursday (unintel) okay?
A. Sounds good!
1-2, 2002 DEA Report
At 6:30 PM Gonzalez calls Alloju on his cell phone to
make sure he was still available to pick up $100,000.
Alloju said he was planning to meet but not until later in the
evening. Gonzales told Alloju he would get a hotel room
and call with the number.
At 8:10 PM Alloju contacts Gonzalez and says he is going to be
two hours late. They are to meet at the LaQuinta Inn on
North Watson Road in Arlington.
At 10:47 PM Alloju shows up in his silver Mercedes-Benz
convertible and Gonzalez gives Alloju $20,000 in $100 dollar
bills, and $40,000 each in $50s and $20s. At 11:45 PM the two
finished counting the money and Alloju leaves with the $100,000
in a gym bag.
12, 2002 DEA Report
At 6:00 PM Gonzalez calls Alloju on the cell phone to arrange
a meeting around 7:30 pm concerning laundering the
$100,000. Alloju said he would bring four or five checks.
The DEA establishes surveillance at a Jack-in-the-Box in Euless
and at the Alloju residence in Bedford. Agents tail Alloju
to the Jack-in-the-Box at 9:23 PM where he meets Gonzalez.
Alloju gives Gonzalez four checks from
Alloju accounts for $38,200.
15, 2002 DEA Report
Gonzalez meets with Alloju at his law office in
Fort Worth at 11:30 AM to pick up two checks for approximately
19, 2002 DEA Report
Gonzalez meets Alloju at 2:00 PM at his office to pick up a
check for $14,620.
20, 2002 DEA Report
Gonzalez meets Alloju at the Hooter's Restaurant at 9:07 PM
in Grapevine to pick up two checks to complete the remaining
original $92,000 ($100,000 less Alloju's 8%).
|From previous transcripts between
Gonzalez and Alloju, the conversation becomes strained because
Gonzalez wants Alloju to get access to "10 to 12"
additional checking account. Alloju said he doesn't have that
many accounts and can't open that many. Gonzalez presses Alloju
if he knows anyone else that has active checking accounts.
At one point Alloju indicates he doesn't want to f#%@* with the
deal anymore, but Gonzalez presses him to take care of business.
Alloju mentions that he knows a lady in Colleyville that owns a
business with multiple accounts. Gonzalez encourages
Alloju to set up a meeting.
According to Lucchesi, Alloju tells her that he has the
"rich playboy type" from Monterey. Lucchesi says
Alloju mentions that this guy may be interested in making you a
Alloju tells Lucchesi that he would like her to "accommodate"
his friend by allowing him to paid some bills through her
account. According to Lucchesi, Alloju infers that
Gonzalez wants to keep certain transactions out of his account
so his wife doesn't find out because some expenditures involve his
29, 2002 DEA Report
Surveillance is established on La Plaza in Colleyville
where at 6:00 PM a car is observed arriving with Alloju
driving and Lewis (Lucchesi's married name) in the passenger's
seat. At 6:48 PM Gonzales arrives at the La Plaza Wellness
Gonzalez is wired for audio and
the government makes a transcript for the trial.
Gonzalez leaves La Plaza at 7:31
PM, the transcript is 24 pages long.
The initial pages are limited to discussions while Lucchesi
shows Gonzalez around her facility including the Event Center,
Spa and Cafes.
Gonzalez talks about having his girlfriend come to the
spa. Gonzalez says he likes the limo and Lucchesi tells
him it can be rented and she will give him a discount. On
page 8 Gonzalez, referring to the limo says that he likes the
L. Yeah, we pick up and that,
G. I like that, that's good. Yeah, we do that cause me and
Ani have a good thing going now.
A. Alright, hey (unintel),
we'll talk to you later.
L. Ok, well nice meeting you.
G. Nice to meet you.
L. OK, take care.
This exchange in the first 8
pages could be the only thing said remotely involved with
activities between Gonzalez and Alloju. Limited to a comment
that the two "have a good thing going now."
Gonzalez and Alloju walk away and the conversation continues.
A. (Unintel) She knows the
whole thing, she knows that, she knows what we're talking about,
A. (Unintel) I mean, I can let
you (unintel) talk about it or whatever, so...
G. Naw, will we can, I need to
talk to her, I need to talk with her...
At this point Alloju goes to
get Karen and the three meet outside at one of the two
patio tables. The transcript does not reflect that
it is impossible to understand some of the conversation
because of traffic noise. Nor does it distinguish
Lucchesi's voice when she is in conversation with the
two men or when she is actually talking on the cell
phone to others.
This is one of two
transcripts referred by the government's exhibit.
However, according to Lucchesi, the jury was not allowed
to actually hear any audio or see any video of the
actual meetings. The transcripts from page 9-
are available on PDF below, the first 8 pages has
conversations solely about the facility during a tour
that Lucchesi provided to Gonzalez. Lucchesi told
LNO that Gonzalez had been represented to her by Alloju
as a potential investor for a $300,000 bridge loan.
Note the handwriting
"phone" are notations by Lucchesi.
She says, to her recollection, while the transcripts
aren't clear, she was actually speaking to someone else
on her cell phone but her voice was being picked up by
the Gonzalez wire.
When looking at the PDF, note that page 1 will be the
actual page 9 of the transcript because the first 8
pages were insignificant and not included. The
transcript page is listed on the bottom right of each
Below are highlights from various pages.
Page 9 Transcripts notes all three are
outside. The actual audio tape included background
street noise and obviously conversations by Lucchesi not
directed at the two men. LNO staff heard the tapes
and re-recorded on a digital recorder. However,
the quality was so poor that it was impossible to
transfer to the news site for readers to hear. Lucchesi
stated that references to her checking accounts had to
do with the "accommodation" that Alloju
mentioned to her. Lucchesi said that Alloju inferred
that Gonzalez, being the Monterrey playboy, simply asked
if he could pay some bills through her because he did
not have accounts established and didn't want his wife
to know about certain expenditures. None of the
transcripts with Lucchesi includes Gonzalez or Alloju
telling Lucchesi she would receive any funds for this
Page 10 Lucchesi states on this page
that Alloju handles her business in matters of this
Page 11 Lucchesi pointed out that her responses
limited to "yeah" in most cases, where
actually responses to someone on the cell phone and that
a video tape would clearly show her speaking on the
Page 18 The name Frank Lucchesi comes up and
Gonzalez makes statements that indicate he knows that
Lucchesi is a well-known national name associated with
Gonzalez obviously already knew the Frank Lucchesi
connection because he now indicates how impressed his
dad was when he told him about the fact he was going to
meet with Karen, Frank Lucchesi's daughter.
Page 20 Lucchesi
walks off to get a business card at the request of
Special Agent Gonzalez who then talks about Karen
Lucchesi to Alloju, stating that he thinks she is
attractive and asking her age. Alloju says he is
going to handle everything and run this s@%# right
Page 21-24 In the absence of Lucchesi, Gonzalez
says "Lucchesi knows?" and Alloju says she
knows, an obvious reference to the laundering.
However, Alloju obviously wants to end any
conversation about the laundering matter when he says, "She
knows, here she comes." Lucchesi begins
to talk about the spa and giving Gonzalez a big discount
for his wife or girlfriend. Any additional remarks of
Lucchesi concern spa discussions.
Here to see the August 29, 2002 Government
transcript of this meeting in PDF.
12-13, 2002 DEA Report
Gonzales meets Alloju at a Subway in the building of
Alloju's Fort Worth office and provides him $20,000 cash to
launder. Alloju walks out with the money in a green
backpack. On September 13th Gonzalez picks up three checks on
Alloju accounts to launder the funds, less Alloju's commission.
19, 2002 DEA Report
Gonzalez calls Alloju on his cell phone to see if Alloju
was still available to pick up $99,900 in cash. Alloju
meets Gonzales at the LaQuinta Inn on North Watson Road in
Arlington that evening. Surveillance on Alloju says he
arrives at 9:30 pm. After counting the money at 10:11 pm
Alloju leaves the room with the money in a gym bag and walks to
At 10:13 pm Alloju drives to the adjacent Bennigans and meets an
unknown white male. The two get in Alloju's Mercedes and
the surveillance team tails the two until they arrive at the
Fantasy Ranch topless bar at 10:42 pm.
At 11:43 pm the two leave Fantasy Ranch and return to the
Bennigans where the other white male has left his car. A
surveillance team tails Alloju to his Bedford home where he
arrives at 12:06 am.
22, 2002 DEA Report
Alloju calls Gonzalez and tells him to pick up checks
for $92,000 at his office at 11:00 am. Alloju meets Gonzalez in
the Subway and provides him with 12 checks drawn on various
Alloju Bank of America accounts.
10, 2002 Government Exhibit N-41 a government transcript
of telephone conversation between Gonzalez and Alloju
Gonzalez initiates the call to Alloju and tells him he is coming
in on the weekend. Gonzalez says he is calling Alloju
because he want to get together with Karen (Lucchesi).
Gonzalez says he talked to his uncle and that he wants to do
only $20,000 since it will be Karen's first time. Alloju
tells him he can do that real quick, "it is nothing." Gonzalez indicates that is what
he wants. Then Alloju confirms that Gonzalez wants this
transaction to be on Karen's accounts.
A. Ah, you just want it through that account though, right?
A. Through her account, right?
G. Yeah, do uh, a couple of
her accounts, two or three accounts.
A. OK, that's fine.
Gonzalez pushes to meet Karen and wants to know from Alloju
when they can meet. When Alloju seems uncertain of Lucchesi's
schedule, Gonzalez tells him to call Karen and call him
back. Gonzalez then wants to know if everything is ok with
G. But, she's OK with
G. OK, OK, we can do that, um.
A. I mean, cause, (unintel.)
it, if that's the amount you're looking at, man, hell that's in
and out in one day type.
Gonzalez then tells Alloju to
tell Karen that "I want to sent my little girlfriend
over." They agreed Alloju will call back.
11, 2002 Government Exhibit N-42 a government transcript
of telephone conversation between Gonzalez and Karen Lucchesi
Gonzalez initiates a call to Lucchesi and asks if she remembers
him. Lucchesi said she remembers meeting him through Ani
(Alloju). Gonzalez asks if Alloju has talked to her and Lucchesi
says yes and they were supposed to get together tomorrow to make
arrangements or do some work for Gonzalez.
Gonzalez tells Lucchesi that he told Ani that he was going to
call just to say hi. Lucchesi says that Ani in in charge
of everything. Then Gonzalez seems to stumble around with that
response and changes the subject.
G. And, uh, wanna, wanna you know, wanna go meet you and
maybe you know...
G. say Hi and do that, and
also I want to send my girlfriend over some time next week..
G. She can do some stuff
L. Yeah, well let's
definitely, when we meet tomorrow I'll give you a little package
sheet and we'll work...
L. something out.
G. Yeah, we'll do that, but uh, tomorrow (unitel), I'll call Ani
today and so we can do that tomorrow, uh..
G. We're talking, maybe, maybe
twenty, to do twenty now, you know tomorrow.
L. OK, well, that, that'll be,
that'll be easy.
G. Yeah, so we can do that
G. and next time we...
G. do more than that.
L. Yeah, we can yeah we can do
that and have that back by Friday.
G. OK, that by Friday, that be
L. Yeah, we'll do that by the
G. Well, I won't cash, I
won't, uh, cash any checks till you tell me.
L. that will be fine, OK.
Gonzalez tells her he will call her later, but there are no
other transcripts evident of any other calls.
12, 2002 Government Exhibit N-47 is a transcript of
meeting at La Plaza Wellness Center in Colleyville between
Gonzalez, Lucchesi and Alloju.
The full 18 page transcript can be read in PDF with the link
Gonzalez arrives first waits on Alloju then they enter La Plaza
and greet Lucchesi. The group exchanged small talk until
Lucchesi is called away.
Notes from transcript.
Page 2 Gonzalez waits until Lucchesi leaves the room and
asks Alloju if she knows. Gonzalez tells Alloju that his
uncle wants her checks and no more of Alloju's.
Page 3 Alloju says he will use some of his account and
Gonzalez says again his uncle only wants checks from her, that
"they can mix them up later." Gonzalez asks how
many checks he will have for him today and Alloju says that
"I didn't write them out yet."
Page 4 Alloju says Lucchesi signed the checks but he
hasn't written them out yet. Money is counted.
Page 5 Gonzalez says "it's a little one" and
Lucchesi points to Alloju and says whatever he says then
proceeds to talk about spa business.
Page 6 Gonzalez asks Lucchesi if she does drugs and a
disjointed conversation takes place where Lucchesi seems to be
changing the subject away from drugs. Lucchesi told LNO
that she was uncomfortable talking about drugs especially with
an individual that she thought was considering making her a
large loan for her business.
Page 7 What can be best described as "cryptic"
conversations about five hundred and ambiguous references.
Page 8 Lucchesi starts talking about Christmas cookies in
Page 9 Sketchy conversation including comments about the
checks being in the car and Lucchesi saying "yeah."
Page 10 Gonzalez and
Alloju walk to his car and discuss writing checks.
Gonzalez tells Alloju that his uncle is nervous about Karen and
Alloju says, yeah but he trusts me a little bit more.
Page 11 Gonzalez and
Alloju are in his car with Alloju writing checks.
Gonzalez asks Alloju if Karen knows how much he is making.
Alloju says, "I don't want to talk to her about money
because she very f#$# greedy."
Page 12 Alloju continues
to discuss Lucchesi and tells Gonzalez that she owes him lots of
money. Alloju says Lucchesi is getting nothing, he is
keeping her portion to collect the money because, "I
need to get f#$*##@ paid now."
Page 14 Gonzalez tells Alloju that Karen looked a little
nervous. Alloju says he is the attorney, he is the one
that should be nervous.
Page 16 Alloju wants to know when they are going to do the
Page 17 After Alloju writes the checks Gonzalez walks back
into the spa and briefly exchanges small talk with Karen
Lucchesi. Lucchesi talks about spa packages and gift
baskets and on Page 18 they say goodbyes.
Here to see the entire government transcript in PDF.
It should be noted that Gonzalez insisted
that Alloju do the checks on a Lucchesi checking account.
These accounts had been in existence and provide better cover.
Government Exhibits N-43, N-44 and N-45 were photos of the
three checks that Alloju gave Gonzalez on December 12, 2002 to
launder the $20,000, less his 8% commission.
Gonzalez does not question why
Alloju is giving him three temporary checks on accounts
allegedly opened years ago. All three checks drawn on Wells
1.) From account ending 141 Bank
Check #1001 for $6,360.
2.) From account ending 437 Bank Check #1001 for $8,200.
3.) From account ending 264 Bank Check #1001 for $3,840.
In the DEA follow up report by Agent Gonzalez for this date he
wrote that this meeting and evidence was confirmation of
Lucchesi's involvement and that during this meeting it was
established that Lucchesi had full knowledge, involvement and
agreement to laundering money. The reader should review the full
transcript from that date and assume that this was the only
information available, determine if this met the high accusation
standards as concluded by Gonzalez.
Lucchesi tells LNO that Alloju was supposed to tell her if
Gonzalez needed and used the "accommodation." In
a routine examination of checks, Lucchesi spots a temporary
check for $3,840 made out to Star Video. She said that she
had staff call to find out what they purchased for that amount
of money. Star Video said they had no idea what she was
Lucchesi Files a fraud report of
stolen checks with the bank on this date.
Here to see first page, Click
Here to see second page.
A copy of the check can be seen by
Lucchesi says she had no idea that Alloju had temporary
checks and that the signature is not hers. Later the bank stated
that they would not cover the check because Alloju had a Power
of Attorney on file.
After it became evident that the government was going to
target Lucchesi, she obtained two letters explaining what happen
when she discovered the checks.
Here for Lewis Letter,
Click Here for Crosby Letter.
13, 2003 DEA Report
Gonzalez contacts Alloju and said he needed to
talk. The DEA establishes surveillance at the Outback
Restaurant in Grapevine where at 7:25 pm Alloju arrives in his Mercedes
Gonzalez asks Alloju if he is capable of laundering $500,000 of
illegal drug proceeds. Alloju stated he and Karen would
not have a problem
Alloju also stated his wife was leery of the situation and
that she thought that Gonzalez was law enforcement. Alloju
sated he told his wife Gonzalez was not law enforcement and that
he (Alloju) was a good judge of character. Alloju stated
his wife was just paranoid. Alloju said he wanted Gonzalez
to provide new business accounts to better elude bank officials
to avoid questions about deposits. Alloju stated he had
new accounts and obtained checks for existing business accounts
he had not used in a while. Alloju agreed to conduct the
6 , 2002 DEA Report
At 5:00 pm at the Baymont Inn in Grapevine
surveillance teams have been established to observe and record
the money laundering transaction between Gonzalez and Alloju.
At 9:50 pm Gonzalez calls Alloju on his cell phone to check his
whereabouts. Alloju says he is in the area and arrives at
At 9:58pm a Federal Search
Warrant is served at the Alloju residence. Where
Alloju's wife Lisa (who turns out was right about
Gonzalez) is detained during the search. Recovered
were bank statements and check books including one belonging to
Karen Lucchesi on Chase Bank. It should be noted that Lisa
Alloju made the $20,000 deposits into Lucchesi's accounts
pertaining to the December 12th laundering scheme.
At 10:05 pm another Agent Rodriguez arrives at the room with a
maroon and black gym bag containing $500,000 cash.
Gonzalez and Alloju count the money and at 11:33 pm Gonzalez
assists Alloju in putting the $500,000 back into the gym back and
Alloju proceeds to leave the room.
Federal agents arrest Alloju and take the bag from him. At
11:35 pm Alloju is brought back into the room by another federal
agent and an oral warning is given to Alloju and he is asked if
he wants to give a statement.
Alloju stated that he knew that there was $500,000 in the gym
bag and that his client, Gonzalez, wanted him to launder the
money. Alloju stated he never laundered money with his
client Gonzalez. Alloju stated that he was scared and that
he was going to take the money to a U.S. Attorney or to some
attorney friends of his to have the money turned over to the
proper authorities. Alloju stated he knew that laundering
money was illegal but did not know what to do with all the
At 11:49pm Alloju was transported by DEA personnel to the
Dallas Field Division where he was processed.
Part of the evidence seized was a Wells Fargo check book for an
account belonging to "Karen Lewis" and a deposit
ticket to her account ending with 141(first noted above).
LNO is awaiting final copies for digital
Internet processing of a number of actual video surveillance tapes,
including the fateful December 12th at La Plaza and the final take down
of Alloju. The next series will include this information and
copies of polygraph tests taken by Lucchesi.
Emails or letters in
support of Lucchesi will be forwarded to her parole officer, who will
make recommendations to Judge McBryde. Anyone wishing to urge that
Lucchesi be given an opportunity to remain free on bond during her
appeal may send comments to LNO and have them forwarded to the
appropriate party. Local business leaders that would like to show
support are encouraged to write on your letter head and send to LNO, PO
Box 332, Colleyville, Texas 76034. Anyone that wishes to assist
Lucchesi in any other fashion may also contact LNO and the information
will be forwarded. CLICK
HERE to Contact LNO on behalf of Karen Lucchesi. Readers are always
welcomed to submit "emails
to the editor" as well on any subject matter to LNO.
In the near future LNO will provide copies of some of the emails
received on behalf of Lucchesi that have been forwarded to her parole
officer making recommendations to Judge McBryde. However, the
sender's name will be redacted to protect their identity.
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