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Cops that Sexually Offend! - Part XXIII




February 28, 2010


BROOKS, KY (WCJB) - A Bullitt County Sheriff's Deputy is facing domestic violence charges. Forty-four-year-old Robert Hedges was arrested Sunday morning and charged with assault and menacing. He is accused of physically abusing his girlfriend at his home on Knob Creek Road. Hedges's girlfriend called 911 around 3 a.m. Feb. 21, 2009, claiming she was a victim of domestic violence. "It's a difficult situation to investigate your own people, but you want to make sure that you dot all the Is and cross the Ts with something like that," Chief Deputy Danny Thompson said. According to Thompson, when deputies executed a search warrant at Hedge's home they found what they believed to be a dangerous device. They called the LMPD bomb squad which disabled it. Thompson says investigators found the device in one of the bedrooms and checked to make sure there weren't any others.

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David Lewellen


August 29, 2010

THIBODAUX — A Thibodaux Police officer arrested Friday is charged with raping a 22-year-old Nicholls State University student while on duty, according to University Police. Corey Morris, 35, 805 Lafourche St., Thibodaux, is charged with simple rape. He admitted having sex with the woman but told campus police officers the encounter was consensual.

Morris, who was on-duty and in uniform, allegedly raped the intoxicated student after giving her a ride home from a downtown Thibodaux bar in his patrol car, according to a report from the University Police.

In this case, simple rape is defined as sex without consent when the victim is incapable of resistance, such as when that incapacity is caused by an “intoxicating agent” like alcohol. The maximum penalty for simple rape is 25 years in prison without parole, probation or suspension of sentence.

The victim’s name is being withheld because of the nature of the alleged offense.

Nicholls State University Police Sgt. Michael Richard saw a Thibodaux Police car about 1:15 a.m. Friday parked outside Nicholls student apartments off Bowie Road on the east side of campus. The car’s engine was running, and the lights were on, the report says. After determining that no Thibodaux Police had been called to the area, Richard saw Morris walking from the apartments to the car. Morris told Richard he brought an intoxicated student home from downtown, the police report says. Morris also told Richard that he had to sit with the student for a few minutes because she was nauseated. After Morris left, Richard entered the apartment and saw that the student was the only person inside. Richard asked the student if she was OK, and the student said “Yes,” the report says.

After University Police decided to check on the student Friday morning, she told investigators she had a friend ask a Thibodaux Police officer to bring her home. The student said she had never met Morris before. After Morris brought the student to the apartment, he followed her in without being invited, the student said. The student got into bed and was semi-conscious when Morris started having sex with her, the report says. The student said because of her semi-conscious state she was unable to resist Morris.

Morris told investigators he had to help the student to her room because she was intoxicated. He admitted to having sex with her but said she verbally consented. Morris said he became concerned that what he was doing was wrong, so he stopped and left the apartment. Morris was arrested Friday after an interview with Nicholls Police and taken to the Lafourche Parish jail. He was released Saturday after posting a $50,000 bond.

Thibodaux Police Chief Craig Melancon said Morris was immediately suspended and will remain so until a formal internal hearing scheduled for Monday morning. The suspension will be unpaid, Melancon said, unless civil-service regulations prohibit it. Melancon said he knew of no discipline problems during Morris’ 2 1/2 to three years with the department. Morris was heavily involved in the recent Night Out Against Crime initiative, Melancon said, and was “up for a nomination” for employee of the month. Melancon also noted that Morris returned to the department “a few months ago” from a tour of duty in Iraq. Thibodaux Police did not issue a statement about Morris’ arrest earlier because they did not want to interfere with the investigation by University Police, Melancon said. Melancon said he also wanted to ensure Morris was given fair due process.

“If I put something out right now, I’m premature doing that,” Melancon said Saturday night. “What we’ve done is taken the necessary steps to make sure this officer is not working in uniform in color of law, coming into contact with citizens representing the Police Department in any means.”

Morris is the latest area law-enforcement officer to face charges for sexual crimes. On Aug. 10, 2010 Lafourche sheriff’s deputy David Lewellen was charged with aggravated rape. Lewellen has since been fired from his position with the Sheriff’s Office.

Other incidences include a former Nicholls University Police officer charged in 2009 with aggravated rape, a former Assumption Parish sheriff’s deputy charged in 2008 with sexual battery and another Thibodaux Police officer charged in 2007 with aggravated rape.

And though he hasn’t faced criminal charges, Terrebonne sheriff’s deputy Steam Fitch was suspended in July for planning a sexual encounter with an intoxicated woman he pulled over for speeding.

David Lewellen


August 12, 2010



A Lafourche sheriff's deputy charged Tuesday with raping a 6-year-old family member confessed to the crime and told investigators he was sexually abused as a child, Sheriff Craig Webre (pictured above) said Wednesday. David Lewellen, who worked as a patrolman and correctional officer during two separate stints with the Sheriff's Office, is accused of having a sexual relationship with the girl that lasted from November until his arrest.

The 33-year-old Thibodaux resident (pictured left) is charged with aggravated rape, the state's most severe sex crime. If convicted he faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison. Prosecutors can opt to seek the death penalty, though it is rarely done. Lewellen was moved to the St. John the Baptist Parish jail shortly after he was booked in Lafourche. He is being held in lieu of a $250,000 bond. The victim detailed Lewellen's alleged sexual acts in interviews at the Children's Advocacy Center Monday, Webre said. She was not injured, but will be examined for physical evidence that could tie Lewellen to the crimes. “The abuse of any child is a horrendous crime,” Webre said. “Anyone who takes advantage of a child is the most despicable criminal there is.”

Authorities seized Lewellen's personal computer from his home Monday. The computer will be sent to the Attorney General's Office for inspection. He could potentially face child-pornography charges based on the computer's contents, Webre said.

Authorities will also probe the validity of Lewellen's allegations of his own abuse, and could bring charges against his attacker, if one exists, Webre said. At this point, sheriff's investigators do not have the name of that person. Reached by phone Wednesday night, a man who identified himself as Lewellen's father dismissed his son's claims of sexual abuse and his alleged confession.

“He ain't said that,” said the man, who would not give his name. “Somebody's a (expletive) liar.” It is unknown if Lewellen previously told anyone with the Sheriff's Office that he had been sexually abused.

The Mississippi native joined the Lafourche Sheriff's Office in 2002. He moved out of state with his girlfriend in 2004. The couple returned to Louisiana a year later, and he rejoined the Lafourche Sheriff's Office. Lewellen passed a mandatory psychological exam with each hire, Webre said. Lewellen was “an average officer,” Webre added, noting he had been written up five or six times, mostly for traffic violations. Lewellen was involved in two wrecks during his tenure, both of which caused him to lose his departmental driving privileges. His driving mishaps might have been caused by issues with night vision, Webre said.

The first wreck, in which he allegedly hit a bicyclist in Lockport, resulted in a lawsuit. It was dismissed earlier this year and is being settled by insurance companies. Lewellen suffered a broken leg from the second wreck, which happened in December, that relegated him to “light duty” monitoring security cameras inside the Lafourche jail. He held the job until his Tuesday arrest.

The Sheriff's Office investigation began four days earlier, when the victim told a teacher Lewellen had abused her. The teacher contacted the Office of Children's Services. Webre did not release the school's name. Lewellen and his wife were estranged, Webre said. The woman is identified in court papers as Amy Frizzell. The couple have three children, two boys and one girl. Lewellen sought a protective order against his then-girlfriend, Frizzell, in 2006, claiming she threatened to shoot him if came near her or their daughter, according to court papers. It was unclear what became of the protective order.

“They've had a very troubled marriage,” Webre said. Attempts to contact Frizzell's family in Vermont were unsuccessful.

August 11, 2010

THIBODAUX, LA — A veteran Lafourche sheriff's deputy was booked Tuesday night into the jail where he once worked based on allegations that he raped a 6-year-old girl, officials said. David Lewellen, 33, (pictured left) of Thibodaux, is charged with aggravated rape and was being held at the Lafourche jail in lieu of a $250,000 bond. He faces life in prison if convicted. The victim told a teacher at school Friday about the alleged inappropriate contact with David Lewellen, Lafourche sheriff's Sgt. Lesley Hill said. Lewellen, an eight-year Sheriff's Office veteran, was arrested following an investigation and has been fired. The girl's name is not being released because of her age and the nature of the alleged crime. Sheriff's officials are not saying whether she is related to Lewellen to avoid providing information that could identify her.

Lafourche Sheriff Craig Webre scheduled a news conference at Sheriff's Office headquarters for 11 a.m. today. Hill said Webre would not comment until the news conference. A man who identified himself as Lewellen's father declined to discuss details. “There's a lot more to it,” the man said, refusing to provide his name. The man added that Lewellen's family stands behind him.

Lewellen worked as a patrol deputy prior to suffering a broken leg in a car wreck, his father said. Hill said the deputy had been on “light duty” since he was hurt in a work-related car-crash in December, though she did not immediately know exactly what the injuries were. Following the wreck, Lewellen was assigned to the jail, where he worked monitoring security cameras, Hill said. “He still can't walk good,” his father said.

His sepia-tinted Facebook profile picture shows the balding, glasses-wearing Lewellen playing guitar. He graduated in 1995 from South Pontotoc (Miss.) Attendance Center, according to his Facebook page. Lewellen's MySpace page lists him as married, a parent and a Lafourche sheriff's deputy since January 2002. But Hill said Sheriff's Office records show Lewellen started with the agency in November 2005.

Craig Nash


February 26, 2010

SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio Police arrested an officer from within their own ranks Thursday night. Craig Nash was booked on charges of sexual assault and official oppression. According to an arrest warrant, Nash is accused of raping a transgendered person during his shift Thursday morning. The victim claims the 39-year-old officer was in full uniform and driving a SAPD patrol car before the incident happened.

"This is a slap in the face to every good police officer, to every command officer, and to the public and to the victim," Police Chief William McManus said at a morning news conference. "This is about as hard a slap in the face as you could possibly get." "It's angering and it's frustrating and I'm here to say that we will not tolerate this," he said.



Police said a man came in just before 4:30 a.m. Thursday to report the crime. He allegedly described being sexually assaulted by a suspect driving a police vehicle with lights on the top and a computer in the front seat area. According to the warrant, the victim was at the intersection of Guadalupe and Zarzamora when Nash drove up around 3:15 a.m. Investigators said the officer handcuffed the victim and made him lie down in the back of his police unit, then drove the car to an unknown location. The officer allegedly took the handcuffs off the victim and forced him to perform two sex acts without a condom, police said. The arrest document alleged that when the acts were completed, Nash dropped the victim off at a school on Guadalupe. Nash then reportedly went to his assigned substation at 515 Frio Street.

The victim then took a bus to SAPD's Central substation to file a criminal complaint, according to the warrant. "He's not going to get away with this," the upset alleged victim reportedly told police. Investigators said they were able to use the department's GPS system, which tracks all police vehicles, to validate the victim's allegations. The warrant states that GPS data focused their search on patrol car 7023. According to police, the system showed movements by that SAPD cruiser matched the victim's story.

Detectives eventually showed the transgendered rape victim a photo lineup of suspects. He reportedly pointed to Nash's picture. Nash is out of jail on bonds totaling more than $27,000.


Chief Bill Pooley


February 26, 2010

Riverbank Police Chief Bill Pooley (pictured below, center) took the stand Thursday and denied all of a female clerk's allegations against him in the fourth week of a high-intrigue sexual harassment trial. Pooley said simply, "No," when his attorney, Morin Jacob, asked, "Did you ever sexually harass Lydia Lopez?" She had just finished 40 minutes of marching Pooley through a litany of suggestions that Lopez made it all up.



According to Pooley:

He worked with Lopez at a drug unit in 2004, but was reassigned to Sheriff's Department patrol Dec. 10 and was asleep about noon Christmas Eve after working a graveyard shift nowhere near the drug unit. Lopez had testified that Pooley that day forced her to grope his crotch and suggested sex in a sergeant's office.

He never leered at her body or commented on her legs, as she claimed he did in 2006 after he received a promotion to sergeant and returned to the drug unit.

He whispered no lewd question about oral sex after someone arranged a Betty Boop figurine in a compromising position with a plastic toy soldier on her desk. Pooley testified, "I (said), 'That's how they should recruit for the Army.' It was a joke I made as I was walking away." Lopez laughed, he said.

Pooley, 40, said Lopez, 36, was offended when he once made a "stinky" crack as she applied deodorant at her work station. He apologized and returned later to repeat the apology, he said. Near the beginning of Pooley's testimony, Lopez wordlessly walked across the courtroom to a bailiff's desk next to the six-man, six- woman jury, took a couple of disposable tissues and returned to her seat. She showed no emotion throughout Pool- ey's 40 minutes of denials. His wife was in the audience, as she has been since testimony began Feb. 4, 2010.

Lopez says sheriff's management protected and promoted Pooley while punishing her until she quit under duress in August 2007. She is suing him and the county for "several hundreds of thousands of dollars." Lopez also claims the county made no allowance for her depression disability as required by law.

Earlier Thursday, defense psychiatrist Bernard Rappaport said Lopez likely faked answers during a lengthy examination, because stress indicators were so much higher than when she underwent a similar test only two weeks earlier. "People tend to exaggerate something usually for some secondary gain. In other words, they get something for doing that," Rappaport said, such as escaping jury duty or military service -- or to appear a certain way for a lawsuit. Lopez didn't take doctor- prescribed medication and told him she preferred to conquer depression on her own, Rappaport said. "I don't believe she needs any treatment," he said. Test results indicate Lopez has a dependent personality, blames others for her problems and tends to dwell on them, Rappaport said.

Pooley will face cross-examination from Lopez's lawyer when the trial resumes this morning.


Jaymin Lenwood Murphy


Published December 13, 2010
Updated: December 22, 2010




Jaymin Lenwood Murphy (pictured above, center) of 9586 Old Mill Road in Leland, pleaded guilty Monday in Brunswick County Superior Court to four counts of indecent liberties with a minor, two counts of first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor for taking photos and videos of one of the victims, one count of statutory rape and one count of statutory sex offense. Jaymin Lenwood Murphy leveraged his position of authority – first as a child's caretaker, and then as a Navassa police officer – to coerce two underage girls into having sex with him. In one case in January, Murphy, then a 35-year-old police officer, compelled a 14-year-old girl to have intercourse by telling her it was a component of a criminal investigation that law enforcement refers to as a "pressure test," according to the prosecutor.

Murphy returned on her birthday in January, when he told her that he needed to conduct a "pressure test" to determine if she had been sexually active. On his town-issued cell phone, which was later confiscated by sheriff's investigators, Murphy recorded himself having sex with the teenager. With the victims' families present in the courtroom, Murphy did not offer an explanation for his actions, just answered the judge's questions with a solemn "yes ma'am" and "no ma'am."

On Monday, Murphy, now 36, stood in a Brunswick County courtroom wearing a baggy white and black striped jailhouse jumpsuit with his hands clasped behind his back as he pleaded guilty to one count each of statutory rape and statutory sex offense, two counts of sexual exploitation and four counts of indecent liberties with a minor. Superior Court Judge Ola Lewis sentenced Murphy to a maximum of nearly 41 years in prison and ordered he undergo psychological evaluation and cover any medical bills related to his victims' injuries. He will also undergo a lifetime of GPS monitoring by ankle bracelet and is barred from contacting anyone under 18 years old, though Lewis did carve out an exception allowing Murphy's two children to visit him. As part of the plea arrangement, the judge agreed to dismiss three counts of rape and two counts of indecent liberties with a minor.

Assistant District Attorney Meredith Everhart, the leading prosecutor on Murphy's case, called the sentence "a good resolution for the victims and the whole community." "This saved both victims from having to testify again him," Everhart said. "At the earliest, he'll be 67 years old before he is released, and I'm satisfied with that." Corrupt Justice does not name victims of sex crimes.

During the court hearing, an image of Murphy's sexual predation emerged as Everhart chronicled how he began engaging in intercourse as early as 2005 with a then-girlfriend's 11-year-old daughter. Murphy, while employed as a cab driver and living with his girlfriend, had sex with the pre-teen girl between 35 and 40 times until he moved out in 2007, Everhart said. Murphy was not a police officer at that time. Murphy's first victim was reluctant to disclose the crimes until February 2010. After an investigation by the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, Murphy, of 9586 Old Mill Road in Leland, was charged with first-degree rape of a child. He was arrested on Feb. 18, 2010 suspended from his job at the Navassa Police Department, and held in the county jail.

Amid the media attention surrounding his arrest, a second victim stepped forward, accusing Murphy of sexual exploitation and coercing her into having sex with him on her 14th birthday. Between December 2009 and January 2010, Murphy, then a Navassa police officer, was assigned to investigate whether a relative's boyfriend had sent inappropriate pictures to the victim. Murphy brought the victim into a bedroom and told her that investigators required photos of her to compare to the images sent to her cell phone. So Murphy had the victim remove her clothing so he could take pictures of her genitals and breasts.

February 23, 2010

Additional charges have been filed against a North Carolina police officer arrested last week and accused of a sexual assault on a girl, authorities said in a news release Tuesday. Jaymin Lenwood Murphy an officer in Navassa, N.C., a few miles west of Wilmington, was charged on Thursday after the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office received a report Feb. 15, 2010 from the N.C. Department of Social Services that Murphy had sexually assaulted a child between 2005 and 2007 when he lived at the juvenile's home, the news release stated. The Brunswick County district attorney's office contacted the county Sheriff's Office on Feb. 15, 2010 and asked that investigators look into the allegation, filed with the Navassa Police Department.

The Sheriff's Office charged Murphy with first degree rape of a child on Thursday, the release stated. On Friday, a second girl came forward with a sexual assault allegation against Murphy after learning of his arrest in a news broadcast. Detectives learned that the second girl was the victim in a case Murphy had investigated in December 2009, while he was employed by Navassa Police Department. After an investigation into the second girl's allegation, Murphy also was charged with one count of statutory rape, two counts of statutory sex offense, two counts of exploitation of a minor, and three counts of indecent liberties with a minor. Murphy is currently being held at the Brunswick County Detention Facility in lieu of $1.1 million bail.


Officer Daniel Terry!


Posted: Feb 22, 2010 1:59 PM PST
Updated: Feb 22, 2010 3:01 PM PST


LAFOLLETTE (WCJB) - The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and local authorities are investigating a LaFollette police officer on allegations of statutory rape (sex with a minor), officials said Monday. Officer Daniel Terry was suspended without pay on Monday, according to a city administrator. Officer Terry has been under investigation since the TBI learned of the situation Friday, spokeswoman Kristin Helm said. No charges have been filed. The district attorney general has interviewed the alleged victim and family members.


Bevlin Lee Sherrill


February 16, 2010

The State Law Enforcement Division has completed its investigation into a correctional officer with the Georgetown County Detention Center who was fired in December after an investigation revealed he was having a sexual relationship with an inmate, said Lt. Neil Johnson of the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office. Bevlin Lee Sherrill was fired in December after jail officials discovered a letter he wrote to a female inmate in December, Johnson said.



Sherrill (pictured above, center) was charged with first-degree sexual assault with an inmate of a correctional facility and jailed three times in connection with the incident, Johnson said. Sherrill also is facing a misconduct in office charge and is currently free on $40,000 bail, Johnson said. Sheriff Lane Cribb asked State Law Enforcement Division officials to investigate the case after learning of the letter from Sherrill to the inmate. Johnson said jail officials had received allegations of a relationship prior to discovering the letter. Sherrill served with the Georgetown County Detention Center for seven months, Johnson said.


North Myrtle Beach officers'
misogynist talk caught on tape


Monday, Feb. 01, 2010

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH -- A series of recorded statements made by police Maj. Walt Floyd - this city's interim public safety director - include crude sexual remarks about female crime victims and co-workers. Such statements have prompted the executive director of a statewide group that advocates for domestic violence victims to call for an expanded investigation of the department by the State Law Enforcement Division. Vicki Bourus, executive director of the S.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, said she asked SLED director Reggie Lloyd last week to investigate "my generalized concerns about what appears to be a deprecatory environment in that department, particularly for women, as well as attitudes and some comments that are of great concern to me." SLED already has been asked to investigate allegations that William Bailey, the city's former public safety director, covered up a criminal domestic violence investigation because it involved the daughter of a top political supporter of Mayor Marilyn Hatley. Bourus and City Manager John Smithson asked SLED to investigate those allegations earlier this month. SLED has not said whether an investigation is imminent.

Meanwhile, Smithson last week demoted Bailey from public safety director to lieutenant after Bailey admitted he lied to the city manager about the circumstances surrounding the theft of a city-issued police handgun. Bailey also was placed on two weeks of unpaid leave pending SLED's investigation of the alleged coverup. Smithson said further disciplinary action might be taken against Bailey depending on the results of that investigation. Floyd is in charge of the department while the city searches for a new public safety director. "In my letter [to Lloyd], I also mentioned that I was very concerned about the lack of follow through on the criminal domestic violence case," Bourus said. "I've asked for a general investigation of the chief [Bailey] and the environment of the department."

The recordings of conversations with Floyd, Bailey and other city officials were made over the past two years by former police Lt. Randy Fisher, who was forced to resign in November. Smithson has said he cannot comment on the recordings because he has not heard them. Fisher offered to let Smithson listen to the recordings with the director of a local citizen's group but Smithson declined, saying there could be sensitive information on the recordings that should not be heard by a third party.

On one of the recordings, Floyd can be heard disagreeing with Fisher and police Lt. Don Repec about whether criminal sexual conduct charges should be brought against a 17-year-old male who was accused of having sex with his 14-year-old girlfriend. The male had been charged with committing a lewd act on a minor, but Fisher and Repec wanted to ask a judge to upgrade the charges to the more serious violation, according to the recording. Floyd states on the recording that the lieutenants "don't need to charge that boy." Floyd then asks the lieutenants if they ever had sex at that age. "Damn if I wouldn't have screwed her when I was that young," Floyd said on the recording. Floyd then said the girl's parents "need to teach her a little better, then. He didn't rape her."

Repec said on the recording that women should be neutered if they are going to have sex when they can't take care of an unwanted pregnancy. "If you're not able to take care of a consequential responsibility, then you shouldn't be having sex at that time," Repec said on the recording. Repec then describes other sexual acts the girl should have performed instead of intercourse. On another recording, Floyd and the two lieutenants are discussing a female co-worker. Repec said on the recording that he thinks the co-worker is a prude and the type of person "that'll turn the lights off and get under the covers before she'll have sex." "Don't you know you won't cut the lights off," Floyd said on the recording. "If I can't see it, I don't want it." Floyd then makes several sexual comments referring to the co-worker.

On another recording, Floyd talks about a woman who left a voice mail message thanking the department's officers for their help. Floyd then describes the woman, who had made a court appearance the previous day, as having "a bumpy a--."

On another recording, Repec and Floyd are talking about the number of criminal domestic violence cases that have been reported.

"All these criminal domestic violences in here, can the victim advocate start enrolling people in, some of these women, in obedience school so they don't have all these problems with their men," Repec said on the recording. "We probably need to," Floyd said on the recording, in response to Repec's repeated request to enroll the victims in obedience school.

Smithson did not speak specifically about that conversation but said "the city takes criminal domestic violence seriously."
"It also takes seriously its policies dealing with employee conduct," Smithson said in a statement to media. "If the city determines that there has been a breach of its policies, those in violation will be disciplined accordingly." Hatley, in a statement released to area media, said Smithson is responsible for handling any personnel matters. "Other than keeping City Council aware of possible personnel actions, the city manager is responsible for these actions," Hatley said in the statement. "Council does not have the authority to be part of any investigation, and must rely on and trust the manager to do the job that he is required to do."

Smithson also has questioned Fisher's reaction to the conversations he recorded. "Did he object or did he sit quietly and give his tacit approval?" Smithson said. Fisher can be heard on the recording disagreeing with Floyd about the criminal charges involving the 17-year-old male. Fisher did not make sexually suggestive or derogatory comments during the other conversations, but he also did not verbally object to them, according to the recordings.

Other recordings show Fisher repeatedly voiced concerns to Floyd - his immediate supervisor - about unfair treatment of employees in the department. Fisher later met with Steve Thomas, the assistant city manager, to outline his concerns. Fisher told the media that no supervisor ever acted on his complaints. Bourus said the conversations are "indicative of some very discriminatory behavior within that department." Bourus said she is particularly troubled by the attitude toward victims of criminal domestic violence. "The fact that people in that department feel free to say those kinds of things is very alarming," she said. "There does seem to be a culture of discriminatory attitudes toward women both in actions and in words."

A sex discrimination lawsuit filed last year against the city by former police officer Carol Johnson contains similar allegations. Johnson was fired in July 2008 because city officials said she once used the national crime database for personal reasons and once let her child stay at the main fire station barracks while she worked a second job, according to court documents. Johnson claims in her lawsuit that the city did not discipline male officers who committed similar offenses and gave male officers better assignments and promotions. City officials, in court documents, deny the charges. Bonnie Hunt, a North Charleston lawyer who is representing Johnson, said she plans to subpoena 34 current and former city employees for a trial scheduled to begin later this year. Hunt said their testimony will show a pattern of ongoing sex discrimination within the public safety department.

Margaret Forte, the city's paralegal, and public safety officer Dana Griffen are among the list of potential witnesses, according to court documents. They are expected to testify that they heard Bailey "state that he wished he never had to hire another female," according to court documents. Those witnesses and others are expected to testify to other disparaging remarks Bailey has made about female employees, the documents state.

"There's definitely discriminatory behavior that goes on all the time within that department when it comes to women," Hunt said. "They are pretty blatant about the discrimination, unless you have a relationship with someone within the department." Fisher, who was a 12-year veteran with the department, was forced to resign in November after city officials accused him of providing confidential information about an April wildfire to a resident who has been critical of the city's disaster response. Fisher has said he did not release any information. Fisher, who secretly recorded dozens of conversations he had with department and city leaders over the past two years, said he was forced to resign because he complained about preferential treatment Bailey gives to certain employees. Fisher said he recorded the conversations because he felt Bailey was targeting him for dismissal. Johnson is among the employees that Fisher said was treated unfairly, according to the taped conversations obtained by the media.


Marcus Jackson


January 10, 2010

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A sixth woman has accused a fired police officer of sexually assaulting women while in uniform, this time after the officer responded to a call for help. A grand jury on Tuesday indicted Marcus Jackson on 11 charges including sexual battery, felonious restraint, and extortion stemming from allegations by the first three women to come forward. Jackson, 26, was being held Wednesday in the Mecklenburg County jail on $423,000 bond. A public defender working on Jackson's case did not respond to a phone message and e-mail seeking comment.

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department fired Jackson (pictured left) on Dec. 30, 2009 after two women said they were assaulted after traffic stops. Jackson was hired in September 2008 and had been on patrol in Charlotte's Eastway division since May. Jackson is accused of threatening to arrest a 17-year-old motorist he had pulled over if she did not perform a sex act. Police said the other women claimed they were fondled. The domestic violence call for help came Nov. 29, 2009 but the woman's allegations against Jackson weren't reported to police until Jan. 8, 2010 after other women had come forward, police said Tuesday. "In this instance, Jackson again allegedly used his authority as a police officer to unlawfully fondle another victim," police said in a statement. "We have systematically contacted persons who had contact with Jackson to determine if any misconduct occurred. No new cases have arisen from these contacts."



The grand jury also issued a request for prosecutors to investigate the allegations made by the three remaining women whose allegations haven't resulted in charges. Police acknowledge their background check into Jackson failed to find he had twice been accused of domestic violence that led to judges issuing restraining orders. Jackson should not have been hired after the second domestic violence incident in 2005, Police Chief Rodney Monroe said. Jackson's girlfriend accused him of hitting her in the head and slapping her. Police said they mistakenly thought criminal background checks would also reveal civil restraining orders from a job candidate's past.

One hopeful indication from the charges against an officer accused of committing crimes while in uniform is that the women who have come forward must have been confident the police department would investigate reported assaults, said Vivian Lord, a criminal justice professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. "When you look at the number of victims that came forward with the one officer, they have to feel comfortable enough that the department is going to respond to them," she said.


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February 21, 2010


MARJAH, Afghanistan – Afghan officials say outnumbered Taliban fighters are mounting a tougher fight than expected in Marjah, as (Israeli controlled) U.S.-led forces converge on a pocket of militants in a western section of the southern Afghan town. Talibani forces rigged Marjah with bombs and booby traps to slow the (Israeli controlled) allied attack, which began Feb. 13, 2010. Teams of Talibani gunmen stayed in the town, delivering sometimes intense volleys of gunfire on Marine and Afghan units slogging through the rutted streets and poppy fields. The (Israeli controlled) U.S. and its allies had expected the Taliban to leave behind thousands of hidden explosives, which they did. But they were surprised to find that so many militants stayed to fight. "Allahu Akbar!"


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Double-Murder!


March 1, 2011


Aptos teacher
accused of having
sex with girl, 13!


Hebephile Jr. High!


Posted: 08/23/2011 01:27:33 PM PDT
Updated: 08/23/2011 01:27:34 PM PDT


SANTA CRUZ, CA -- A former county middle school teacher was sentenced Monday to 17 years in state prison for molesting a student. Stephen Jay Sande, a 61-year-old Santa Cruz resident, was sentenced for acts that occurred when the girl was 12 and 13. He was arrested July 12, 2010, after the victim confided in her mother. Investigators said the abuse went on for weeks in spring and summer, at locations on and off the South County campus. Sande admitted in April to more than 15 charges. At the sentencing hearing, he apologized and said he deserved to be punished, and that his "soul was swallowed up in shame and grief." Urging the maximum sentence, the victim's parents told Judge Jeff Almquist that their daughter lives with significant emotional pain and fear and that they don't know how much she will recover.

In a letter from the victim read in court, she said she hated and feared him. She wrote that she was once in his car, stopped at a red light, and saw a friend of her mother's and wanted to jump out and run to that woman. But she was afraid. The victim's family, who the Sentinel is not naming to protect the identity of the victim, said Sande told the young teen he might kill himself if she told anyone. Her mother said she hoped her daughter would be remembered for being the one who stopped him. "How could my daughter be molested by a teacher and have to hold onto that for so long?" she said. " ...Steve Sande is a predator; he's a threat to the community." She read a letter Sande had written to her daughter, in which Sande wrote the student had his heart and love forever.

Outside court, the girl's father said the sentence was not long enough because Sande had such wide access to children. The father said he wants to work to prevent such predatory "grooming" of children by adults in positions of trust. "But there is some closure, and we are getting him off the streets," the father said.

Sande's attorney said his client admitted his guilt early, sought counseling and was genuinely remorseful. Judge Jeff Almquist said sentencing was an "extremely difficult" decision. He said he had seen middle school teachers regress somewhat to cope with students at such a challenging age. But there are boundaries that cannot be crossed, Almquist said, despite Sande's clean record and success in life. "This is both an abhorrent crime and apparently an aberrant one," he said.

Sande had told Almquist he would give his life to take away what he had done. In his closing remark - as Almquist decided between less than 10 years to more than 30 years - the prosecutor reminded the judge of Sande's statement about giving his life. His attorney mentioned Sande's possible brain damage from a 2005 auto accident, and a family member's theory about possible male menopause. At least four well-known psychologists concluded Sande is not a predator or a pedophile, his attorney said.

Sande's wife said her husband's behavior had changed and was "nothing like the honorable man I've known for 36 years."

Corrupt Justice™: The term pedophilia denotes the erotic preference for prepubescent children. The term hebephilia has been proposed to denote the erotic preference for pubescent children (roughly, ages 11 or 12-14), but it has not become widely used.

Posted: 04/15/2011 01:43:12 PM PDT

SANTA CRUZ, CA - Steven Jay Sande, 61, of Santa Cruz, pleaded guilty Thursday to 12 felony sex abuse charges involving one of his former students at Aptos Junior High, the District Attorney's Office announced today. In an open plea to Judge Jeff Almquist, not a plea bargain with the District Attorney, the former math teacher also admitted to seven felony charges of child pornography and using a computer to facilitate those crimes against the 13-year-old girl. When sentenced July 22, he faces from three to 35 years in prison, prosecutor Andrew Isaac said.

Sande remains out on $50,000 bail. Almquist denied Isaac's request to jail him, stating Sande has made all his court appearances since his arrest in July, has strong ties to the community and has not violated the law since that arrest. Sande's case was set for trial Monday.

He initially denied the charges and resigned from the school district in August. Isaac alleged he had pornographic photos of the girl and had sent her inappropriate photos of himself. The two also allegedly had a sexual relationship for several months, Isaac said.

July 23, 2010 - 13:56 PDT Santa Cruz, Calif.

Santa Cruz, CA (WCJB) - authorities are investigating whether a teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 13-year-old student also abused other children. Steven Sande is due in court again next month on 20 counts of sex crimes, including creating and possessing child pornography of the girl. The 60-year-old Aptos Junior High School teacher was arrested July 16 after the girl's parents told authorities they suspected their daughter was having a sexual relationship with a teacher. Prosecutors allege the contact began in April. No other allegations have surfaced against Sande, but Sgt. Todd Liberty says he worries there may be other victims. Sande was arraigned Wednesday but did not enter a plea in the case. His next hearing is scheduled for Aug. 5, 2010.

"Predator Plea Deal!"


February 25, 2011

Readers might remember the truly disturbing case of Christine Shreeve Hubbs, (pictured left, of Livermore, CA) the attractive Mormon mother from Livermore who was arrested in August for allegedly having sex with young teenage boys. Now in a plea deal, Hubbs will likely go to prison for five years. On Thursday (February 24, 2011) Hubbs plead no contest to four counts of having sex with underage boys. She is expected to serve five years in state prison as well as register as a sex offender for life. In exchange for her plea, prosecutors dropped 63 other counts related to the incident.

The "remorseful" mother and wife of a dentist is accused of buying water pellet guns for some teenage boys and letting them fire out the window as she drove her Hummer around the neighborhood. She then took the teens to another location and "exchanged sex acts," which gave her the nickname "Hummer Mom."

She supposedly sent sexual text messages to one of the boys and gave him cash, gifts, and an expensive cell phone to maintain contact with her.

Hubbs was arrested after the mother of the two boys found nude pictures of Hubbs on their phones.

She will be sentenced March 25, 2011.

"She is very, very remorseful," Hubbs' attorney told reporters.

"Soc-It Mom!"


August 9, 2010

(Christine Shreeve Hubbs, pictured left, of Livermore appears in Alameda County Superior Court in Pleasanton, CA.) PLEASANTON -- A Livermore woman accused of having sex with two teenage boys was arraigned Monday on more than five dozen criminal charges. Christine Shreeve Hubbs, 42, had her case called in Judge Hugh Walker's Pleasanton courtroom. She faces 67 felony counts, including charges of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor and lewd acts on a child. Hubbs did not enter a plea. She returns to court Aug. 16, 2010. Hubbs was arrested Thursday, a little more than a week after a mother of one of the boys reported possible illicit activity between her son and Hubbs. According to court documents, the mother found a nude photo of Hubbs on her son's cell phone. The boys told Livermore police that they communicated with Hubbs via text message, and that Hubbs gave them gifts and money. Some of the incidents occurred outside Alameda County, according to court records.

According to her Facebook page, Hubbs is married to a Livermore dentist and has three children. Her husband, Timothy, was in court Monday for his wife's appearance. He said he didn't want to talk about the case. Hubbs is being held in lieu of $4.3 million bail at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin.

LIVERMORE -- A Livermore woman faces 67 criminal charges for allegedly having sex with two teen boys. Police arrested Christine Shreeve Hubbs, 42, on Thursday evening on a warrant. She is being held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin in lieu of $4.3 million bail. The mother of one of the boys went to Livermore police on July 27 to report she found a nude photo of Hubbs on her son's cell phone, according to court records. The boy told police the sex acts with Hubbs began in December 2008, when he was 14. He told police he met with Hubbs multiple times for sex acts and twice went with her to a hotel to have sex with her. The boy said the relationship continued until January 2010. During the investigation, police learned of a second boy, who is now 14, who said he had a sexual relationship with Hubbs from December 2009 through July. Investigators say Hubbs communicated with the teens by text messages and at times used her cell phone to send sexual messages and nude pictures of herself. According to court records, the boys said she gave them gifts, mostly gift cards, and money, and drove them in her black, 2006 Hummer to various locations in Livermore and elsewhere in Alameda County to engage in sexual activity. Hubbs learned of the investigation and retained a lawyer, Sarsfield said. Police have not yet interviewed her. She is scheduled to be arraigned Monday afternoon at the Gale/Schenone Hall of Justice in Pleasanton. Police do not have any evidence pointing to additional victims, Sarsfield said. Police ask anyone with information to call the department's detective's bureau at 925-371-4700.

In a separate case, Hubbs was also charged on Thursday with four counts of contributing to the deliquency of a minor and one count of discharge of a BB gun, Those charges relate to a June 29 incident when a bicyclist reported being shot by an Airsoft projectile by boys in a black Hummer.The biker recognized Hubbs as the driver from her personalized license plate. Hubbs told police she was driving and heard the boys pulling the gun triggers as she drove through town. The boys in the car admitted to the shooting but said Hubbs did not try to stop them.They said she had bought them the guns.

"Director of Molestation!"


February 23, 2011



LONG BEACH, Calif. -- A former state mental hospital director was sentenced Wednesday to 248 years in prison for molesting his adopted son over eight years as part of what prosecutors claimed was a pattern of abuse that spanned four decades and ensnared a dozen young boys.

Superior Court Judge James B. Pierce called defendant Claude Foulk, 63, a "sick, sick man" and said he should have been the No. 1 patient at the mental hospital he oversaw. The judge drew applause from the courtroom after issuing the maximum possible sentence.

"Someone was selected out of an adoption book, totally selected at a very young age, and made a sex slave," the judge lectured Foulk. "I don't think the word father or dad belongs in the same sentence with Mr. Foulk. A father or dad couldn't do these things." The victim is now 27 and living in Atlanta. Corrupt Justice is not naming the man because it has a policy not to identify alleged victims of sexual abuse.

Foulk, the former head of Napa State Hospital, was convicted of 20 counts of forcible oral copulation, nine counts of sodomy and two counts of lewd acts for abuse between 1992 and 2001. He was acquitted of two counts each of sodomy and oral copulation for charged acts that occurred after the victim was 18.

"It's beyond the comprehension of most human beings," the judge said. "It's not unlike slavery of old, to go through the (foster) system and obtain a human being and attempt to mold that individual to satisfy one's own sexual desires. Disgusting. This one has got to be the worst. It's the worst of the worst."

Foulk, who has repeatedly denied the allegations, testified at trial that his adopted son had a history of lying. Prosecutors said another 11 men came forward to claim Foulk molested them as children dating back to 1965, but only the son's case could be prosecuted because of the statute of limitations.

During a weeklong trial, five adult men testified that Foulk had abused them for years. They claimed the man they knew as an uncle and foster father bought them pizza and took them to a mountain cabin before forcing them to engage in sex acts. One of Foulk's two adopted sons told jurors Foulk abused him from the time he was 9 until he was 21, telling him it was how a man shows love.

Foulk worked as a nurse, obtained a master's degree in business administration and held previous state jobs before working at Napa State Hospital. He was a foster parent to two boys and adopted two sons. Prosecutor Danette Gomez argued that Foulk used the foster care system to acquire boys to meet his insatiable sexual appetite, knowing they had no parents to turn to.

She said the years of horrific abuse led the boys to turn to alcohol and drugs and to have trouble forming lasting relationships.

Foulk's attorney argued there was a lack of physical evidence. The investigation into Foulk began when someone reported sexual abuse to police after learning Foulk was head of Napa State Hospital. Foulk was fired from his post at Napa State Hospital after his arrest last year.

Corrupt Justice™: Mr. Foulk is the "Poster Child" for homosexuals (and Lesbians) taking custody of foster children.

Basketball Coach Arrested for Rape of 16-Year-Old Autistic Female Player


Friday, 23 July 2010 00:00

Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice announced recently that a North Carolina youth basketball coach has been charged with raping a 16-year-old autistic girl who played on his team when the team traveled to Nassau County for a tournament in August 2008. Police said that in 2009, the coach pleaded guilty in North Carolina to having sex with the same teen and served about a year in jail for that offense. The coach also served as the Chief Volunteer Officer of the basketball organization, called the Southeastern North Carolina Youth Basketball Association.

Freddie Lamont Wilson, 62, was arrested by local authorities last month in North Carolina and extradited to New York last week. He is charged with third-degree rape and is being held without bail. He faces up to four years in prison if convicted and was scheduled to return to court on July 21. Rice said that Wilson recruited the victim, then 15-years old, in July 2007 after seeing her play basketball in a park. The victim is described as “developmentally disabled and mildly autistic.” In May 2008, when the victim was 16 years old, Wilson started a sexual relationship with her, Rice said. In August of 2008 the basketball team traveled to New York for a tournament, staying at a family member of Wilson’s in Elmont. Rice said that Wilson had sex with the victim each of the three nights that they stayed in Elmont.

Upon returning home to North Carolina, Rice stated, the victim’s parents found sexually explicit letters that Wilson had written to the victim. The parents notified police and Wilson was arrested and charged in North Carolina with two counts of Sexual Activity by a Substitute Parent, meaning he had sex with a minor he was temporarily parenting. Wilson pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a minimum term of one year and five months to a maximum of two and a half years in jail. He served about a year and was released in February 2010. The defendant now faces new, more serious charges, here in New York because the age of consent is 17 years old, rather than 16 years old in North Carolina.

“This man preyed on the most vulnerable child on his team,” Rice said. “There is no excuse or explanation for this defendant’s actions and my office will make sure he is held accountable for this crime.” Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Boyle of the Special Victims Bureau is handling the case for the District Attorney’s Office under the supervision of Bureau Chief Madeline Singas. Wilson is represented by an Attorney.

Child Pornographer!


July 17, 2010

A teacher at Bancroft Middle School in Hollywood has been arrested on suspicion of possessing child pornography, and Los Angeles police are trying to determine if other children have had "inappropriate contact or communication" with him. Barry Klein (pictured left) a teacher at the school since 2001, was booked Friday on suspicion of possession of child pornography when he turned himself in to the Los Angeles Police Department, police officials said Wednesday. LAPD detectives are also looking into whether the San Fernando Valley resident, who used the screen name "Mrredheadbear" was communicating with minors online via an Internet instant messaging service for sexual purposes. Sources familiar with the investigation said the images were found when Klein took his laptop to school to be fixed. School officials reported it to police. The sources said investigators were particularly concerned because the images depicted children of roughly the same age as his students.

[Updated 2:15 p.m.: Officials with the Los Angeles Unified School District said in a statement Wednesday that the allegation against Klein was brought to the attention of district officials in April 2010 and that Klein was immediately removed from the campus and "housed at a non-school location." District officials said it was highly unlikely that any of the images found were those of LAUSD students and that Klein is suspended without pay until the case is completed.] Bancroft Middle School, a performing arts magnet, has about 1,400 students and 55 teachers. Klein is listed on the school's website as a special education teacher.

Hubert Howe Bancroft Middle
929 North Las Palmas Ave., Los Angeles, 90038
Public school in the Los Angeles Unified district.
Grades 6-8
1,315 students
55 faculty members
Source: California Department of Education


Dr. Pervo Indicted!


February 23, 2010

DOVER, Del. – Prosecutors expect to add more counts to a lengthy indictment against a Delaware pediatrician charged with serial molestation of 103 children as investigators urge former patients and parents to come forward. A grand jury returned a 160-page indictment Monday against Dr. Earl Bradley of Lewes with 471 counts of sexual crimes. The case has shocked the close-knit coastal community of Lewes and the central Delaware town of Milford, where Bradley closed an office in 2005 after police investigated him. Bradley's attorney said he would seek to move the trial out of Sussex County. But he said the "real battleground" in the case will be Bradley's mental state, not what is seen on videotapes seized from Bradley's home and office or alleged in the indictment.

Announcing the grand jury's indictment, Attorney General Beau Biden said all of the alleged victims, mainly girls but including one boy, were caught on more than 13 hours of video recordings, some dating to 1998. "The charges in this indictment are unique in the history of the state of Delaware, as far as I can tell," he said. The charges against Bradley include rape, sexual exploitation of a child, unlawful sexual contact, continuous sexual abuse of a child, assault and reckless endangering. Bradley, who was arrested in December and initially charged with 29 felony counts for allegedly abusing nine children, is being held with bail set at $2.9 million. His medical license was permanently revoked by the state Board of Medical Practice last week.

Bradley's attorney said he had not read the indictment but was not surprised by the allegations. "I'm sure they have their reasons for including all these different victims in this indictment," said the attorney, noting that under state law, a single conviction of rape would be enough to put Bradley behind bars for life. The indictment alleges Bradley was videotaping his sexual exploitation of patients as far back as December 1998. Many victims were assaulted repeatedly, some on consecutive days, according to the indictment, which alleges that one girl was raped more than a dozen times over a period that lasted more than a year. Authorities would not say whether they think Bradley had videotaped all of his alleged assaults or whether there may be more victims. "I expect that we will add to this indictment with new charges over the coming months," Biden said.

He encouraged parents and victims of Bradley, "regardless of age or gender," to contact prosecutors, who have sent out about 3,100 letters to Bradley's patients and set up an office in Lewes to handle complaints and direct potential victims and their families to counseling and other services. Sussex County prosecutor Paula Ryan declined to say how many alleged victims seen on videotape have been identified by name, or to provide an age range.

The indictment refers to each alleged victim only as "Jane Doe" or "John Doe." After years of suspicions among parents and questions about his strange behavior from colleagues, Bradley was arrested after a 2-year-old girl told her mother that the doctor hurt her in December when he took her to a basement room of his office after an exam.

While prosecutors allege regular and repeated abuse by Bradley, the indictment contains a gap of more than a year, from October 2004 to June 2006, in which no alleged crimes are listed.

Biden and Gov. Jack Markell have ordered reviews to determine whether doctors, hospitals, state agencies or law enforcement authorities failed to comply with a state law that requires all such entities to report to the medical licensing board in writing within 30 days if they believe a doctor is or "may be" guilty of unprofessional conduct. Biden said Monday that those investigations are aimed at determining "how this physician could lurk in our midst for as long as he did."


U.C. Perverts!

Milton Peechuan Huang


February 21, 2010

SANTA CRUZ — A former UC Santa Cruz psychotherapist who admitted to a brief affair with a student patient in 2007 has voluntarily surrendered his medical license in a deal to end a state agency's claim against him. Milton Peechuan Huang, 46, agreed to relinquish his right to practice effective Dec. 24, 2009 in an effort "to resolve this matter without the expense and uncertainty of further proceeding," according to a filing by the Medical Board of California. The report said Huang conceded there was enough evidence, largely because of his own admissions of the mont-long tryst, for the state to successfully revoke his license.

"He has always from Day One acknowledged that he had made a lapse in judgment and had voluntarily stopped practicing," Huang's attorney, of Walnut Creek, said in an interview Tuesday. "This is just really a formal way of carrying out what he had already affected — ceasing his practice while he has proceeded to make amends for what has taken place." The attorney said Huang hopes soon to resolve a civil lawsuit filed against him by the former patient, who was 21 years old when Huang says the two engaged in sexual activity in November and December 2007. Huang had been treating her for relationship troubles and an eating disorder for eight months when the relationship became sexual. Huang did not return an e-mail sent through his Web site, which says that he is a father looking for new opportunities in technical fields. His attorney declined to discuss other details about Huang's family but said he is currently unemployed and still living in the county.

The medical board said Huang could seek reinstatement after two years, a waiting period his attorney says could have been longer had Huang fought the charges. Huang's attorney said it is too early to say whether Huang will petition to practice psychotherapy again. Huang resigned his position of six years as a staff psychiatrist at the UCSC Student Health Center after the student reported the affair to the university and campus authorities placed him on suspension. UCSC then contacted the medical board, which recommended in November 2008 that Huang's license be yanked after he admitted the impropriety during an interview with state investigators.

Huang's attorney said it took another year to resolve the matter with the medical board and that Huang should be commended for confessing. "Dr. Huang has, unlike many people in his situation, always been straightforward," the attorney said. "He has not denied the charges." Huang told medical board investigators that he did not bill his patient for their final session, when he said they engaged in oral sex at her apartment. But he said most other appointments, including a session when the two disrobed in his office and fondled each other, were billed for 50 minutes of time.


CAL "Rape" City!

July 24, 2009

OAKLAND — A former Cal (Berkeley) football player found guilty this year of raping one student and trying to rape another was sentenced Tuesday to four years in state prison. Ending a case that included unsubstantiated admissions of football player drug cover-ups and accusations by three other women of sexual assault by the former top high school prospect, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Thomas Reardon (a UC Regent appointed judge) sentenced Noah Smith to four years in prison instead of the 17 years sought by the county's district attorney.

Smith, 23, who must register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, was arrested in May 2007 after a fellow student told police the football player had forced her to give him oral sex and then raped her in her apartment during what was to be a meeting about a class.

Investigations by the UC Berkeley Police Department found another woman who said Smith tried to rape her but she escaped. Smith was arrested and charged with one count of rape, one count of forced oral copulation and one count of attempted rape.
During the trial, two other women stepped forward and said Smith raped them. Although they testified in the case, no separate charges were filed because they had not reported the rapes to police when they occurred and did not want to pursue criminal charges afterward. Both women told similar stories about how Smith feigned an illness that he said required him to collect and store his own sperm.

He asked the women for help as he took out his genitalia and began to touch himself, according to testimony. Shortly after, they testified, Smith (pictured left) would restrain them with his arms and rape them. A fifth woman testified that Smith told her he had such an illness, but she said she left because he was not making sense. In testimony, Smith denied assaulting or raping any of the women. Smith spoke about wanting to be an FBI agent but also about how he routinely would break football team rules if he did not agree with them.

For example, he said he provided urine samples to other players who feared failing mandatory drug tests. When Smith was arrested, specimen cups were found in his apartment, and he said during the trial that he had stolen those cups so he could fill them with clean urine samples.

A Cal football official denied the claims. "There are policies and procedures in place to prevent the situation he described," said Herb Benensen, assistant athletic director for media relations.

Reardon said the former football player had many positive attributes that contributed to the decision to give him a shorter sentence. Smith had no prior criminal record when he was arrested and had a host of supporters at his sentencing, pleading with the judge to show mercy.

Those supporters included Smith's grandmother, mother, father, girlfriend and two cousins, all of whom spoke to Smith and Reardon before the sentence was issued.

"I'm not sure I have seen anybody with as much support as Mr. Smith," Reardon said. "How did somebody with so much going on get to this point? It's someone for whom much has been given demanding more."

Reardon said the mitigating factors in the case outweighed the aggravating factors, so he issued the shorter sentence.
Deputy district attorney Patrick Moriarty, who during the trial labeled Smith a sociopath, said after the hearing that he respected Reardon's decision. Smith's attorney, could not be reached for a comment.


Eric Borgerson

October 25, 2008

Former UC Berkeley employee Eric Borgerson was sentenced last Thursday to eight years in federal prison for possessing and distributing child pornography on a campus computer. On Oct. 27, 2006, Borgerson used Yahoo! Instant Messenger on a UC Berkeley-licensed computer to send four video files featuring the sexual exploitation of prepubescent children. He was arrested and initially charged days later on Oct. 30, pleading guilty to two charges of possession of child porn and one charge of distribution of child porn this past June. In addition to his prison sentence, the 42-year-old was also charged a $50,000 fine.

Borgerson, 42, of Oakland must register as a sex offender and be placed on the federal equivalent of parole for 10 years after he is released, U.S. District Judge Juden Claudia Wilken said Thursday at a hearing in Oakland. Borgerson's addiction to methamphetamine led to his obsession with pornography and "later, unfortunately, child pornography," his attorney, Assistant Federal Public Defender, wrote in a sentencing memorandum. The public defender asked for a 78-month prison term for her client, a 1995 graduate of Boalt Hall School of Law at UC Berkeley.

Federal prosecutors noted in court papers that Borgerson had initially told campus police that the child porn came as "debris" when he used a file-sharing program to download music. Borgerson later admitted that "he used his work computer for child pornography because his partner did not want him downloading pornography at home," Assistant U.S. Attorney Denise Marie Barton wrote in urging Juden Wilken to impose a sentence of more than 12 years.

UCPD Assistant Chief Mitch Celaya (now Chief) said UC Berkeley information technology services noticed Borgerson's file transfer on Oct. 27 due to its large size. Further investigation revealed what was later confirmed to be pornography. "This occurred from the inside out, it wasn't a breach of security," Celaya said. "The system's in place to catch these things." Campus spokesperson Marie Felde said that Borgerson was an editor who worked in California Public Employee Relations, which is a program of the UC Berkeley Institute of Industrial Relations, from July 2006 to March 2007. Upon his arrest, officials acted immediately to remove his access to campus computer services, Felde said.

A similar event occurred a few months before Borgerson's arrest. Former Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory employee Jimmy Dean Sanderson was arrested on child pornography charges in July 2006. Police authorities found 100,000 pornographic images in Sanderson's possession, some of which were stored on his work computer. He is currently serving a 16-year sentence in state prison. Felde pointed out that UC Berkeley has a computer-use policy for students, faculty and staff who use the campus network. "There are very clear examples of misuse, of rights and responsibilities," she said.


Tanda Rucker


February 15, 2006

OAKLAND -- An Alameda County judge today sentenced a former high school girls basketball coach who molested three players to one year in a work furlough program in Los Angeles County. Tanda Rucker, the 32-year-old daughter of former Berkeley City Manager Weldon Rucker, could have faced 14 years in state prison after pleading no contest in November to 18 felony counts of penetration with a foreign object and oral copulation with minors.But Superior Court Judge Thomas Reardon opted to sentence her to 12 months at Cornell Corrections Institute in El Monte.

Rucker currently lives and works in Southern California, and the sentence will allow her to continue working at her job, court officials said.

Rucker, a former basketball star at Berkeley High School, was named by USA Today as California's top prep school player of the year in 1991. She also was a member of Stanford's 1992 NCAA champion team. Prosecutors said she had relationships with two 16-year-old players at Encinal High School in Alameda, where she coached, and a Richmond teen she met through her job. The relationships occurred between 2000 and 2002, prosecutors said.

Note: Judge Reardon is a homosexual who engages in the same type of conduct as Ms. Rucker. He sees no harm in adults preying on young children.


John Dwyer


September 25, 2002

John Dwyer (pictured left) received his law degree from Boalt in 1980 and became the second Boalt Hall graduate to serve as dean in the school's history. Upon graduating from law school, John Dwyer clerked for Judge Harry T. Edwards of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and for Justice Sandra Day O' Connor of the U.S. Supreme Court. He practiced with the Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C., before joining the Boalt faculty in 1984. In he 1997 received the law school's Rutter Award for Excellence in Teaching. He served as dean of the Law School from 2000 to 2002. Dwyer, 51, was a well-regarded expert on environmental law.

What started as a fun, end-of-the-semester get-together among law school students and professors, ended two years later, with the surprise resignation of a nationally known law school Dean. His resignation came amid accusations of a drunken, late-night sexual encounter in a female student's apartment. The news that Boalt Dean John Dwyer ``molested'' a female student has rocked Boalt Hall School of Law and its vast alumni network of lawyers and educators across the country. Dwyer announced his resignation Nov. 27, 2002 almost seven weeks after the former Boalt student filed a sexual-harassment complaint against him.

Exactly what happened eight years ago is not clear. There is no police report. The university has not revealed details of its investigation. Dwyer has refused to comment, other than to say that it was a ``consensual'' encounter that ``reflected a serious error in judgment on my part.'' But the attorney for the woman, whose name is being withheld, said her client was ``molested'' by Dwyer after a night of heavy drinking. The former student, now working for a public-interest law firm in San Francisco, claims Dwyer sexually assaulted her while she lay on her bed passed out.

While she declined to speak to the media for this story; the victim’s attorney said her client's story begins in December 2000 with a dinner at Caffe Venezia, a stylish and popular Italian eatery on University Avenue. Three professors and seven law school students had gathered to celebrate a ``successful philanthropic activity.'' The victim was very active in the Berkeley Law Foundation, a student-run organization that provides legal services to historically underserved communities.

Dwyer arrived at Venezia after dinner to show his support for the group's work and stayed to drink wine with the five students and one faculty member who had not left. The group closed the restaurant about 11 p.m., and Dwyer suggested they continue socializing somewhere else. The Boalt group arrived at Kingman's Lucky Lounge on Grand Avenue in Oakland just before midnight, and Dwyer offered to buy a round of drinks, the victim’s attorney said. At 2 a.m., the students and Dwyer trickled out of the bar and onto the sidewalk. The one male student in attendance, who had not been drinking, suspected Dwyer was not fit to drive and offered him a ride. Dwyer declined.

At that point, the victim’s attorney said, the victim was still in the bar. By the time she emerged, everyone but Dwyer had left. Dwyer, who is divorced, offered a ride home and the two drove to the second-year law student's Oakland apartment. He turned off the ignition, and she invited him up to use her restroom. ``She's extremely intoxicated,'' the victim’s attorney said. ``It's obvious. . . . By my calculation, she has ingested about eight ounces of alcohol.'' What happened after Dwyer used the bathroom is a matter of dispute.

Dwyer says the two had a ``consensual'' sexual encounter. The victim’s attorney said her client passed out on her bed and awoke two hours later -- about 4:30 a.m. -- to find Dwyer lying next to her and fondling her between her legs. Her bra and blouse were pushed up toward her neck and her pantyhose were removed. Dwyer's head was resting on her chest. He was fully clothed.

Dwyer's attorney would not discuss or refute specific details of the allegations. The victim’s attorney acknowledges that she doesn't know what happened between 2:30 and 4:30 a.m., but insists her client never agreed to a sexual encounter. When the student awoke, startled, she bolted out of bed and put on a pair of pajamas. Dwyer left and the woman returned to sleep.

When she woke again four hours later, she summoned her mother from San Francisco. Her mother took a photo of a mark on her left breast, and the two went to the campus health clinic for an exam. There, she got a therapy referral, eventually ending up in a group-therapy class for survivors of sexual assault. The woman chose not to file a complaint with the university right away.

In late January or early February 2001, the student contacted Carmen McKines (a black UC Puppet), the university's Title IX compliance officer. The compliance officer, a position created in 1989, is supposed to help ensure equitable treatment of women on campus. The officer investigates formal sex discrimination and harassment complaints and advises students, faculty and staff of their options. McKines explained the complaint process. But when asked whether procedures differed if a dean was involved, McKines could not answer, The victim’s attorney said. McKines [intentionally] could not be reached for comment.

The student held off on filing a complaint and sought the advice of two female law professors at Boalt. One of the professors said that she counseled the woman twice. ``The student told me that she did not think she wanted to do anything, or inform anyone, while she was a student,'' the professor said in a statement. ``She said she wanted to be able to finish law school and concentrate on her academic and public-interest work.''

Months later, the student also confided in a third law professor. The woman graduated from Boalt in May (2002). On Oct. 11, 2002 she filed a sexual-harassment complaint with the university. Seven weeks later, Dwyer resigned.

Faculty members debated whether their own code of conduct should be strengthened. The University of California-Berkeley officials claimed to have reviewed their sexual-harassment and sexual-assault policies during a politically charged search for a new dean. Janet Yellen, a former Clinton administration official who teaches at the Haas School of Business, spearheaded the university's investigation into the student's complaint. But since Dwyer voluntarily resigned, no further personnel action will be taken. The campus is in the process of hiring an independent investigator to review both the allegation and the campus' sexual-harassment policies and procedures. Dwyer's resignation is a signal that ``sexual harassment and assault in the law school environment have gone unaddressed for too long.'' The group urges sexual-harassment sensitivity training for all faculty and staff members.

Calif. Rape Law!



"According to California law, rape can be an act of sexual intercourse "where a person is prevented from resisting by any intoxicating or anaesthetic substance, or any controlled substance, and this condition was known, or reasonably should have been known by the accused." The use of drugs to subdue someone with intent to sexually assault or harm them is illegal. "

"California Penal Code, Section 261 – Rape, defined. ("(a) Rape is an act of sexual intercourse accomplished with a person not the spouse of the perpetrator, under any of the following circumstances: (1) Where a person is incapable, because of a mental disorder or developmental or physical disability, of giving legal consent, and this is known or reasonably should be known to the person committing the act. (2) Where it is accomplished against a person's will by means of force, violence, duress, menace, or fear of immediate and unlawful bodily injury on the person or another. (3) Where a person is prevented from resisting by any intoxicating or anaesthetic substance, or any controlled substance, and this condition was known, or reasonably should have been known by the accused."

C.J. Note: Does anyone believe the Dean of "Boalt School of Law" knew Penal Code Section 261 existed? If you are a white man in an elite position, this law does not apply to you!


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