DAVID DELOACH, Royal Cap 2
Deloach had a colorful past. He was an attorney for Manson Family member “Tex” Watson, and was disciplined for his actions: http://www.cielodrive.com/archive/texas-judge-uses-legal-whip-on-manson-cultists-lawyers/
Saturday, December 13th, 1969
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 13 – District Judge David Brown Friday sentenced two Los Angeles lawyers to 72 hours in jail and fined them $100 each for trying to make a “press spectacular” out of the case of Charles D. Watson, charged in the Sharon Tate murders
“I am fining you $100 and jailing you for 72 hours but I will suspend this provided you take the next plane back to California and shut your mouths,” Brown told the attorneys, Perry Walshin and David DeLoach.
“I admonish you for making a circus out of my courtroom,” said the Judge.
And a google search with “Watson” or “Manson family” comes up with hours of reading...
He was arrested in 1973 and allegedly convicted for running message parlors: https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/162411002/
July 13, 1971
LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Two lawyers and another man were arrested yesterday on charges More than $700 worth of office of pandering and pimping involving massage parlors. Police said warrants were based on an investigation start equipment was stolen from Delaware Technical and Community College at 330 E. 30th St" last weekend. Mrs. Gail Coughlan, a teacher at the school, reported that someone entered the school, open for students' use during the weekend, and stole two adding machines valued at about $180 each, and an IBM electric typewriter worth about $400. ed last August. More than 130 arrests were made previously.
Arrested were David deLoach, 35, an attorney, and his brother Gerry Walshin, 33, surrendered after he learned of the warrant. Officers said the men operated three parlors up until last fall. .....
Later Deloach went on to operate an unaccredited law school Ocean University College of Law in San Jose which closed after salaries were unpaid https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/5050828/
December 12, 1974
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A committee of the State Bar has heard complaints that a nonaccredited law school in San Jose was headed by a convicted felon and disbarred attorney who collected tuition from more than 40 students and then virtually abandoned the school. The "tale of woe" told Wednesday by students Bobbi Mendenhall and Marge Sponsler concerned the operation of Ocean University College of Law, once headed by David DeLoach.
Committee member George Hilsinger termed the testimony "a horror story" and a spokesman for the committee said the story "shocked all of us." DeLoach, once convicted of pimping and pandering, has resigned as head of the San Jose school but other testimony...
He was involved with incorporating a Sarah Palin PAC with obfuscated registration:
This blog and readers’ comments are a fascinating read: https://beardog321.blogspot.com/2010/11/sarah-palin-and-nefarious-relationship.html