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"The only good nigger is a dead nigger and they should hang you in the town square to prevent any other nigger from coming in the area."

-- July 2011 Statement by Oakland, CA Public Schools Police Chief Pete Sarna to an African-American police officer under his command. (August 18, 2007: A high-ranking California Department of Justice official hired by Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown resigned Friday. His resignation comes a week after he crashed a state-owned vehicle and was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Peter C. Sarna II, deputy director of the Division of Law Enforcement, helped oversee hundreds of state agents, criminologists and other employees who provide investigative, intelligence, forensic and security services for the department. Sarna, 37, is a former Oakland police officer who headed special operations, including gang suppression efforts, when Brown was the city's mayor. One of the few aides Brown brought along when he took office in January, Sarna assumed a leadership role in the attorney general's anti-gang program that recently produced dozens of arrests through joint state-local raids on gang members' homes in Stockton and Atwater in the Central Valley.)

White Fudging!

Posted: 02/26/2013 8:24 pm | Updated: 08/25/2013 04:00:00 PM PDT

Washington, D.C. -- Supreme Court justices Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Stephen Breyer virtually seethed with rage in their roundhouse denunciation of the High Court's denial of review to Bongani Charles Calhoun. The issue again was racial bias in the prosecution of Calhoun on drug charges in Texas. The U.S. Attorney that prosecuted Calhoun quipped during the trial that when you put African Americans and Hispanics in the same room with a bag of money, what else could they be doing but a drug deal or presumably some other criminal act.

The federal prosecutor couldn't let it go at that. When mildly challenged on his blatant racial stereotyping and even more blatant prejudicing of the jury, he piled on with the even dumber quip: "What does your common sense tell you that these people are doing in a hotel room with a bag full of money, cash? None of these people are Bill Gates or computer [magnates]? None of them are real estate investors."

Breyer and Sotomayor correctly called it what it was -- outrageous prosecutorial racial bias. Their colleagues didn't agree, and Calhoun's conviction stood. But Sotomayor and Breyer's rage at the bias simply pointed up what's long been noted in far too many federal cases, and in the action and behavior of far too many federal prosecutors. That's that some will routinely and very calculatingly pander to the overt or latent racial bigotry of some judges and jurors to get a conviction. They fully know that making overt pejorative racial statements, judgments and opinions about a black or Hispanic defendant are flatly forbidden. And in theory, anyway, are the basis for an appeal, and the possibility of having a conviction overturned. But that threat hasn't deterred some prosecutors from playing the race card to get a conviction, as Breyer and Sotomayor angrily noted.

Three years before the two judges' dissent in the Calhoun case, a panel of former federal prosecutors were disturbed enough at the antics of some of their former U.S. Attorney colleagues that they mapped out in tandem with the Brennan Justice Center a series of pointed guidelines to wring out racial bias, overt or sneaky, from the line of attack of prosecutors. Their recommendations included rigorous training and education in what can and can't be said in trials, tougher management and accountability, and better relations with minority communities. The former prosecutors were emphatic that because federal prosecutors have enormous power over what cases are brought, and when they are brought, and how they are prosecuted, they have a special duty and responsibility to be fair and unbiased. The problem with that is that many aren't and this has had devastating consequences in the criminal justice system. The main one being to pump wider the gaping racial disparity in convictions and sentencing, and ultimately who packs America's prisons.

A March 2009 report, "Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the U.S. Criminal Justice System", by the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, found that minorities, with the overwhelming majority of them being African Americans, represented 13 percent of the general population. But they made up nearly 40 percent of those incarcerated in federal prisons. The report made it clear that racial bias, either overt or subtle, by some prosecutors was a big reason for a significant number of those tried and convicted winding up behind bars for long stretches.

The Calhoun case also pointed to another glaring flaw in many federal prosecutions and that's the still prevalent racial disparity in drug prosecutions that have accounted for the explosion in the number of minorities behind federal bars during the last decade. This occurred despite the push by President Obama to purge the racial sentencing disparity from the drug laws.

The standard reasons given for criminalizing practically an entire generation of young blacks is that they are poor, crime-prone, which is pretty much what the prosecutor in the Calhoun case flatly said. Reports and studies by the Justice Department, the U.S. Sentencing Commission, as well as universities and foundations confirm that far more whites use and deal drugs including crack cocaine than blacks. Only a small percent of those sentenced to jail terms are major dealers.

The scapegoating of blacks for America's crime and drug problem actually began in the 1980s when much of the media quickly turned the drug problem into a black problem and played it up big in news stories and features. Many Americans scared stiff of the drug crisis readily gave their blessing to drug sweeps, random vehicle checks, marginally legal searches and seizures, evictions from housing projects and apartments. When it came to law enforcement practices in the ghettos and barrios, the denial of civil liberties protections, due process and privacy made a mockery of the criminal justice system to many blacks and Latinos.

The federal prosecutors that pander to race to get convictions don't help matters and reaffirm suspicions that prosecutorial bias is still alive and well in far too many prosecutions. Sotomayor and Breyer made that point, and a handful of former prosecutors have warned against its corrosive effects. But as the Calhoun case showed fingering prosecutors for racial bias alone won't make it go away.

Chocolate Fudge!

Posted: 08/25/2013 12:00:00 AM PDT | Updated: 08/25/2013 04:00:00 PM PDT

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Alameda, CA -- When Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley (pictured above, center) warned that an In-N-Out Burger restaurant proposed for the city of Alameda would attract robbers from Oakland, her argument contained one major flaw. The county's top law enforcement official dramatically overstated the robbery crisis gripping Oakland.

Speaking last month as a city of Alameda resident who does "know something about public safety," O'Malley cautioned planning board members that Oakland's high crime rate impacts "the robberies in every city" that surrounds it.

"So far in the first five months of this year we've had almost 5,000 robberies in the city of Oakland," she told them. "That's a 67 percent increase from last year."

Oakland does have the nation's highest robbery rate, but the crime isn't nearly as frequent as O'Malley stated.

According to police figures, the city recorded 1,995 robberies through June 2 -- a 28 percent increase from 2012. Police also said the In-N-Out Burger in East Oakland hasn't been a crime problem.

O'Malley, through her spokeswoman Teresa Drenick, acknowledged having messed up the facts at the July 22 hearing.

Drenick said O'Malley intended to say Oakland was on track to record almost 5,000 robberies for all of 2013 if current trends continued. The city racked up 4,338 robberies last year -- the most since 1993.

As for the 67 percent increase, Drenick said O'Malley was comparing this year's figures to those from two years ago -- not last year's as O'Malley had told the planning board.

"The fundamental bottom line is she was urging the planning (board) to pay attention to potential crime issues," Drenick said.

The planning board, despite opposition from O'Malley and several other residents, approved drive-through windows and extended hours for the fast-food chain, which is helping anchor a 2.3-acre development just across a tunnel that connects Alameda to Oakland.

O'Malley is hardly the first public official to misstate the facts about Oakland's crime problem.

Last year, Mayor Jean Quan crafted a crime-fighting strategy based on the premise that 90 percent of shootings and homicides in the city were concentrated in just 100 square blocks. The "100-Block" plan got mothballed after a nonprofit showed that the city's 100 most dangerous blocks only accounted for 17 percent of shootings and homicides.

Earlier this year, former police Chief Howard Jordan incorrectly stated that just two street gangs were responsible for 90 percent of Oakland's shootings, robberies and homicides.

Frank Castro, who sits on Oakland's Community Policing Advisory Board and chairs a neighborhood crime prevention council, said he is frustrated by the errors and especially upset with O'Malley for misstating the facts in her fight against a retail project.

"I find it unconscionable that she was using the power of her office and her title to make the planning (board) believe something that wasn't true," he said.

Bob Stern, the former president for the Center for Governmental Studies, said O'Malley had every right to speak out against the project. "But as an elected law enforcement official," he said, "she has a larger responsibility than the average citizen to make sure that she is citing the correct facts."

Single & Homeless!

Posted: 01/11/2013 03:22:35 PM PST - Updated: 01/13/2013 02:39:35 PM PST

OAKLAND, CA -- The Alameda County District Attorney will deliver a $111,400 settlement to the California Department of Education stemming from a child care fraud case that went on for nearly a decade. The settlement represents the largest single child care fraud restitution order in Alameda County history, according to D.A. Nancy O'Malley. According to O'Malley's office, Khadijah Ali, a full-time employee of the San Francisco Unified School District took $185,302 from the state by posing for nine years as a single, homeless mother of three. The money came from 4Cs of Alameda County, a nonprofit funded by the California Department of Education. The woman was in fact living with her three children and husband, a full-time civilian employee of the Alameda County Sheriff's Department, in their Alameda home. The mother pleaded guilty to felony grand theft and received a five year probation sentence. Criminal charges against her husband were dismissed.

The Danford Rapes!

Posted: 11/12/2012 4:10 pm EST Updated: 11/12/2012 2:10 pm PST

Seattle, WA -- The prosecutor wife of a Seattle attorney recently charged as a serial rapist hid her husband's evidence-filled vehicle during an extended police investigation, court documents allege. Police arrested Danford Grant, 47, on Sept. 24 under suspicion that he raped and attempted to rape Chinese immigrants at massage parlors. Court documents released on Tuesday point to Grant's wife, Jennifer, claiming that she tampered with evidence in the case, media sources reports.

Jennifer Grant, a supervisor in the criminal division of the Seattle City Attorney's Office, allegedly moved her husband's car to a random location shortly after his arrest. Detectives searched for the vehicle, which they thought contained a folding knife, cell phones and other evidence. There are no charges against her, but an inside source claims that "there could be severe consequences."

Danford Grant is on house arrest after posting a $1 million bail. Police say the father of three was a regular at the Carnation Massage Clinic, where he would research his massage therapist victims before following them home and violently raping them. Grant would allegedly intimidate his victims, who were all Chinese immigrants, so they would not call police, media sources reports.

On Sept. 19, Grant reportedly paid for a massage, held one of the parlor's employees at knife point and then forcibly raped her in a private room. He allegedly returned on Sept. 24 and raped the same employee before other employees called police and tried to detain him themselves.

Corrupt Cronies!

Posted: June 25, 2012 - Updated: July 6, 2012 09:22 pm PDT
“I recommended Judge Nunley to the president for nomination to the District Court in Sacramento.”

-- June 25, 2012 Statement by Senator Diane Feinstein (D-CA) on the nomination of Judge Troy Nunley by Barack Obama.
San Francisco CA -- Barack Obama nominated Superior Court Judge Troy L. Nunley ("Uncle Tom" pictured left) to serve on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California. Judge Troy L. Nunley grew up in San Francisco’s Hunter’s Point housing projects (haven for N-word criminals). He graduated from St. Mary’s College (haven for Catholic Sex Predators and their supporters) in Moraga, Calif., in 1986 and the University of California, Hastings College of the Law (haven for Jewish criminals and their children) in 1990.

Nunley served as a Deputy District Attorney in Alameda County from 1991 to 1994 and in Sacramento County from 1996 to 1999. He served as a Deputy Attorney General in the California Attorney General's office from 1999 to 2002. Since 2002, he has served as a judge on the Sacramento County Superior Court.

The Feinstein Family!

(24 June 2000) Gov. Gray Davis appointed Katherine Feinstein (Corrupt Jew, pictured left) a deputy city attorney and daughter of U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein to the San Francisco Superior Court. The appointment, which had been widely expected, fills one of five vacancies on the court, with Feinstein taking the opening left by Judge Lee Baxter, who retired. As a deputy city attorney for the past two years, she has overseen the prosecution of child abuse and neglect cases for the San Francisco Department of Human Services. Feinstein, 42, is the second San Francisco city attorney that Davis has tapped for a judgeship. In April, the governor named Patrick Mahoney, chief trial deputy in the office, to the bench.

(25 September 2008) San Francisco Superior Court Judge Katherine Feinstein was elected Tuesday to serve as the court’s next assistant presiding judge, the court announced. Feinstein, the daughter of U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., will join Judge James McBride, who will be the court’s presiding judge, when their two-year terms begin Jan. 1.

Feinstein is a former prosecutor with the San Francisco District Attorney’s office and since being appointed as a judge in 2000, has supervised the court’s family law, child abuse, juvenile delinquency, domestic violence and child support divisions, according to the court. She is also a former San Francisco police commissioner and a graduate of Hastings College of the Law and the University of California, Berkeley, the court said.

Corrupt Justice™: Sacramento County and her Superior Court(s) are one of the top ten (10) racist counties and courts in the State of California. The entire county of Sacramento is politically arch-conservative and represents a virtual KKK stronghold. Sacramento, Contra Costa and Alameda County will only place "Blacks" in positions of authority, if they are willing to promote, or enforce racists policies against other Blacks and minorities.

Barack Obama, Martin Jenkins, Corrupt Judge ("Uncle Tom") and Troy L. Nunley epitomize a new form of "21st Century racism". The new form of racism in the United States dictates that a "Black man" is only acceptable to society if he meets the following criteria:

1) He is Homosexual (Jenkins, Nunley);
2) He is an "Uncle Tom" (Obama, Jenkins and Nunley);
3) He is an athlete/entertainer, or capable of generating revenue (Obama, Jenkins);
4) He is of bi-racial (Caucasian) heritage (Obama);
5) He must never (truly) aid or associate with members of the "Black" community; and
6) He must be Pro-Jewish/Anti-Arab.

Another What???

Posted: 03/01/2013 05:18:19 PM PST - Updated: 03/01/2013 06:19:19 PM PST

OAKLAND, CA -- An Alameda County Superior Court judge charged last year with a dozen felonies for stealing more than $1 million from his 97-year-old widowed neighbor had 20 new counts added to his criminal complaint Friday. All but two of those new criminal counts, however, are based on the same set of facts discovered last year when Judge Paul David Seeman was removed from his courtroom at the Wiley E. Manuel Courthouse, handcuffed and then arrested in his chambers.

Seeman is accused of stealing from his now-deceased Berkeley neighbor Anne Nutting by illegally gaining control of her finances and property after her husband died in 2009. While in control of her finances, Seeman is accused of slowly funneling her life savings and valuable possessions into his control.

The new charges filed against Seeman on Friday by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office are not based on new information but instead were filed in a more specific manner as they address various actions Seeman took over a roughly 13-year period during which he is accused of taking Nutting's money.

Only two of the 20 new charges are based on information gathered after Seeman was arrested last year. Those charges are based on financial disclosure reports Seeman filed in March and April 2012. Teresa Drenick, spokeswoman for the Alameda County District Attorney's Office, had no comment on the new charges.

Seeman, 58, who was appointed to the Alameda County bench in 2009 by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, has not been officially removed from his job and continues to collect a paycheck. Seeman, however, has not been presiding over cases since he was arrested and charged with a crime. Seeman is a constitutional officer, therefore he can only be removed from the bench through either a recall, impeachment or by the independent state Commission on Judicial Performance. The commission has yet to take action against Seeman and no citizen or elected official has asked for a recall or impeachment of the judge.

Seeman's attorney declined to comment. Seeman is expected to return to court next month for another hearing on his case.

Posted: 06/15/2012 9:51 am - Updated: 06/16/2012 02:07 am PDT

Oakland, CA -- Alameda County Superior Court Judge Paul Seeman (Jewish) arrested yesterday and charged with bilking an elderly neighbor out of more than $1.5 million, made his first court appearance at the Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse today as a defendant. Seeman, 57, engaged in a “pattern of related felony conduct” involving more than $200,000 beginning in 1999, and lied about it to authorities, according to a complaint filed today in Alameda County Superior Court.

Judge Eric Labowitz (Jewish) a visiting judge from Mendocino County, agreed to a continuance: Seeman's arraignment will take place on July 3. He faces 13 felony counts of theft, embezzlement and perjury involving former Santa Barbara Road neighbor Anne Nutting, who died in 2010 at 97. Labowitz denied a request by news media to bring cameras into the courtroom.

Wearing a charcoal brown suit, Seeman, 57, walked into court and sat quietly in the spectators’ gallery just moments before Labowitz called his case, then walked out the door moments later with defense attorney Michael Markowitz (Jewish). Seeman was arraigned Friday on charges that he stole at least $1.6 million from his 97-year-old neighbor in the Berkeley hills over the course of more than a decade.

A spokeswoman for the Alameda County District Attorney's Office called the charges "disappointing and disturbing." Prosecutors say that after the death of Nutting's husband, Seeman took over power of attorney, selling two of the couple's Santa Cruz properties, an art collection, a Lionel train set and other valuables. They also say he borrowed $250,000 from her -- then failed to pay off the loan. Seeman also stands accused of failing to report income from the loan and real estate investments to the Fair Political Practices Commission, which judges are required by law to do.

Seeman initially befriended Nutting in December 1998 after her husband suffered a fall at the couple’s home on Santa Barbara Road in Berkeley and police deemed the home to be uninhabitable due to hoarding, according to the declaration. The Nuttings then moved into the Radisson Hotel at the Berkeley Marina. Seeman offered to help the Nuttings because they were all alone and had no one to rely on because they had no family, no children and no friends, the statement said.

According to a probable cause declaration filed in court by Berkeley police officers, who investigated Seeman for more than two years, Seeman stole thousands of dollars from his neighbor, Anne Nutting, after her husband, Lee Nutting, died in 1999 at age 90. The declaration said Seeman sold off Anne Nutting’s art collection and other possessions, tried to bar her from her own home and used her garage to store his 1958 Ford Thunderbird.

In January 1999, Seeman obtained a durable power of attorney for the Nuttings after finding $1 million worth of stock certificates and uncashed dividend checks in their house, according to the statement. Lee Nutting died on Dec. 29, 1999, and between April and June 2000, Seeman arranged the sale of two properties the Nuttings owned in Santa Cruz, according to Berkeley police. By August 2004, Seeman had taken over almost all of Anne Nutting’s financial affairs, putting his name on her bank accounts as joint tenant and on her investment accounts as a transferee on death, the statement said. There was more than $2.2 million in the accounts at that time, according to the statement.

Nutting lived at the Radisson Hotel for nine years because Seeman did not want her to return to her home and tried to get her to move into senior housing, Berkeley police said. Nutting finally moved back to her home in 2007 and obtained the help of an attorney who revoked Seeman’s durable power of attorney and asked that Seeman remove his name from all of her bank accounts and stop handling her financial affairs, according to the statement. However, Seeman didn’t remove his name from any of Nutting’s accounts and continued to maintain control over her taxes and safe deposit boxes, according to the declaration.

In March 2010, Nutting’s attorney went to Berkeley police and reported that Nutting, who was 97 at the time, was a victim of financial elder abuse at the hands of Seeman, the statement said. Nutting died the following month on April 17, 2010. The statement says Seeman also failed to report investments totaling more than $1.4 million in 40 local properties between March 2003 and June 2009.

Seeman is still listed in the courthouse directory as the presiding judge in Department 107, but he is unlikely to hear a case again anytime soon. He was taken from the Alameda County district attorney's office on the second floor of the Wiley Courthouse around 3 p.m. Thursday by two women, at least one of whom wore a badge on her belt. Seeman was wearing a gray suit, and his hands were handcuffed behind his back. His suit jacket was draped over the cuffs. He was taken to the Glenn Dyer Jail, where his bail was set at $525,000. He was released Friday after he posted $525,000 bail. He is scheduled to return to court on July 3 to enter a plea.

Seeman was named to the bench by then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2009. Seeman served as a court commissioner for the Alameda County Superior Court since 2004. He had previously served as a referee pro tem for the county’s Juvenile Court between 1991 and 2004. From 1990 to 1991, Seeman worked as a deputy county counsel for the Alameda County Counsel’s Office and before that he was in private practice. A newspaper article from 2009 announcing Seeman's appointment to the superior court bench gave his residence as Berkeley. Before becoming a judge, he had an office on Kittredge Street in downtown Berkeley. He graduated from Boalt Hall School of Law and was admitted to the State Bar in 1980.

The more than 30 Occupy Oakland advocates, some of whom Seeman had ordered to stay away from Frank Ogawa Plaza or UC Berkeley, recognized the white-haired jurist immediately, and jeered loudly as he and Markowitz walked down Washington Street away from the courthouse. The judge drew criticism from Occupy Cal demonstrators when he issued stay-away orders during pre-arraignment hearings to 12 linked to Nov. 9 UC Berkeley campus protests. In March, he ordered four to stay away from UC Berkeley.

"He ordered me to stay away from (Frank Ogawa Plaza), and I wasn't anywhere near there, which violates my civil rights," said Christopher Moreland. "He set extraordinarily high bail for the Occupiers," said Boots Riley, a supporter whose father, Walter Riley, has represented a number of the defendants. ""He said the cases are going to be heard by a higher court anyway, so he'll just go with whatever the D.A. recommends."

Neither Seeman nor Markowitz would comment or answer questions.

The Fredriksson Family!

Posted: 05/25/2012 9:51 am - Updated: 06/21/2012 12:25 am PDT

Hayward, CA -- Jason Fredriksson (pictured below, left) the former San Leandro cop accused of giving a pound of pot to an informant to sell, who was also his lover, pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge that allows him to avoid jail. Last year, the ex-narcotics detective plead not guilty to a felony count of illegally transporting and furnishing marijuana for sale.

In early June, Superior Court Judge Roy Hashimoto (pictured below, left) approved a deal worked out by Assistant District Attorney Michael Roemer and his defense attorney. Under its terms, Fredriksson pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of possession of more than an ounce of pot, said a spokeswoman for Alameda County District Attorney's office. Fredriksson was sentenced to 30 days of work for the Alameda County Sheriff's Department but will not spend nights in jail; he will serve 5 years probation during which time he can be easily searched; and he will have to pay a series of fines, including reimbursing the San Leandro Police Department for the cost of investigating him. He also agreed not to work as a law enforcement officer or possess firearms, the district attorney's office said.

The Fredriksson case became public about a year ago when the former San Leandro police officer, then on the narcotics squad, was accused of giving pot to his mistress, a San Leandro resident and police informant. Fredriksson, a Danville resident, was 38 at the time and married to an SLPD police dispatcher. Fredriksson's wife, Sheryll Confreros Fredriksson, was awarded Dispatcher of the Year in 2007, according to the department's website.

Jason Fredriksson has been on the San Leandro force for nine years, and most recently has been a detective in the vice/narcotics unit and a member of the 14-person SWAT team. He formerly worked as an Alameda County sheriff's deputy.

When the scandal first arose his defense attorney said other than the extramarital affair with the informant, authorities had no evidence of wrongdoing. His attorney blamed the case on "hypervigilance." The incident was a trial-by-fire for then newly-arrived San Leandro Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli, who quickly brought the District Attorney into the case when she got a call informing her of the allegations against Fredriksson. Spagnoli told media sources in an interview last November that she was sure Fredriksson had acted alone.

Prosecutors did not say where they believe Fredriksson got the marijuana. But San Leandro police emphasized that the case was not connected to a drug-theft prosecution in Contra Costa County involving a former state narcotics agent who headed a multi-agency law enforcement task force. As this case was being investigated, authorities in Contra Costa County were finalizing their look into two-decades-old allegations that John Richard Frederiksson (Jason's dad) had sexually abused a female relative.

San Leandro Police Department!

SAN LEANDRO | Nov. 30, 2011 | Change at the San Leandro Police Department comes at a torpid pace, it seems, especially when it comes to transforming the makeup of the police force to more closely match the faces of one of the most diverse cities in the country. Just how the police department and its chief, Sandra Spagnoli, would accomplish this became less clear Monday night.

Spagnoli told the council racial and gender considerations are not used in the promotion process. Of the department's 91 officers, only 7 are black and a mere 4 are women. In a response to a query from San Leandro Mayor Stephen Cassidy over efforts to encourage blacks and women to apply for positons on the force, Spagnoli said there were none and questioned the exact definition of what "diversity" actually means.

Cassidy claimed five of the last seven recent new hires were white males.

San Leandro Police Department
Chief Sandra Spagnoli !

San Leandro Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli answers questions at the Broadmoor Neighborhood Association (BNA) General Meeting on March 16, 2011. Questions include[d]:

What percent of the crime rate is drug-related and what is being done to combat the sales of drugs in the community?

"That doesn't sound correct," said Spagnoli. "You have to remember diversity comes from a variety of different experiences that people bring to the table." She referenced a recent new hire who was born and raised in the city's Washington Manor neighborhood near the Highway 238 interchange. "He happens to be a white male with a four-year education and he has experience as a police officer. So when you talk about diversity whether it is ethnic diversity or gender diversity, it's really great when you think someone in this community wants to serve this community after growing up in this community."

Cassidy responded by saying, "We do have a desire to have a police force that is reflective in gender and race of our community and not be dramatically different." He suggested funneling a more diverse pool of possible candidates through the police academy, but she disagreed.

"I think you're making the assumption that your diversity pool is going to increase if you have a pool of people who don't have experience versus having experience," Spagnoli said. "We had a lot diversity in the applicant process, unfortunately, the most diverse candidates failed the background process and wouldn't be working here."

Changes to the way officers are chosen for promotion were also discussed during Monday's work session. Spagnoli said outside consultants would aid in choosing applicants along with a battery of other tests, including a written and oral exam. "The reason why you use a variety of different test method is so one person can't have a great test day."

The last comment runs close to matching statements made by numerous officers in recently disclosed confidential reports detailing the Dewayne Stancill scandal. Disgruntled officers claimed the previous promotion board unfairly favored some candidates, which led to low morale within its ranks. Others voiced a sense that Stancill who was called "stupid" by some in the department, somehow had a lucky day in testing so high on the controversial promotional test for sergeant in 2007.

CORRECTION & NOTE: A correction was made to a caption posted earlier this morning that read despite more than a quarter of the population in San Leandro is Asian, the group is unrepresented on the force. That is clearly an error. There are nine, according to a memo by city staff last August. This article is about comments made during last Monday's work session that featured most of the SLPD's top brass and should have referred to the lack of Asians among that group.

The fact remains the racial and gender makeup of the PD is severely out of whack. Here is the department's demographics in contrast to the latest 2010 Census:


Source: SLPD, U.S. Census

Corrupt Justice™: We note that both John and Jason Fredriksson passed the police background process and were both working in law enforcement at the time of their respective arrests.

Daddy Fredriksson!

Walnut Creek, CA -- Seven days after his son's court appearance John Richard Fredriksson surrendered in a Walnut Creek courtroom to answer to charges that he molested a young girl between the late 1980s and early 1990s. Facing eight counts of lewd and lasivious conduct and oral copulation with a child under 14, he was taken into custody with bail set at $800,000.

Sometime over the past year, police received a report that a former San Francisco police officer and inspector for the Alameda County District Attorney's Office had allegedly molested a female relative when he and his family lived in Walnut Creek in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Back then, John Richard Frederiksson and his wife, from whom he is now divorced, were also raising Jason Frederiksson. The younger Frederiksson would graduate from Las Lomas High in 1991 and become a well-regarded San Leandro Police Department detective.

The Dunbar Family!

Posted: 06/09/2012 07:26:17 PM PDT - Updated: 06/16/2012 07:38:49 PM PDT

Pleasant Hill, CA -- Pleasant Hill police Chief Pete Dunbar is retiring at the end of September after 30 years in law enforcement. Dunbar joined the Pleasant Hill Police Department in February 2006. "Honestly, it becomes a financial decision," said Dunbar, 51. "Under the (state retirement) system, with 30 years of service, we max out; and with all the structural changes in Pleasant Hill, I'm losing money by working is what it boils down to. "I love my job, I love working with the people here, so it has nothing to do with that. But economically it doesn't make sense to keep working." According to the city, his 2010 base salary was $193,334 annually.

After graduating from the University of Santa Clara, Oakland native Dunbar (pictured right) joined his hometown police department as a patrol officer in 1982. He was promoted to sergeant five years later, and in 1991 he was the first supervisor to arrive at the scene of the Oakland hills fire that killed 25 people and destroyed 3,300 homes. Dunbar received a Medal of Merit for directing officers during the evacuation. He was promoted to lieutenant, then captain, and in 1999 was appointed deputy chief.

The Pleasant Hill Police Officers' Association has had a strained relationship with the council for the past year because of contentious contract negotiations, Dunbar has steered clear of the fray. Officer Todt Clark, union president, said Dunbar regularly met with rank-and-file officers to hear their ideas. "I'm sorry to see him go. I think he's made a lot of positive changes," Clark said. "I wish him nothing but the best."

Dunbar will continue teaching California Peace Officers Standards and Training management courses through the San Diego Regional Training Center and the California Police Chiefs Association, of which he is a vice president. He plans to spend most of his time in Evergreen, Colo., just outside Denver, where he and his wife have owned a house for three years.

"Working in Pleasant Hill has been a great way to finish my career," Dunbar said. "I can't think of any better way for it to end."

Daddy Dunbar!

William Leo Dunbar (May 24, 1925 - Jan. 18, 2010) Retired Alameda County Superior Court Judge and Captain USNR Judge Advocate Corps. Member of Rotary Club of Oakland. Preceded in death by wife, Joan, and sister, Jane Nelson. Survived by sons Peter, Michael and John and five grandchildren. Born May 24, 1925 in Chicago, Illinois. In February 1945 graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in Business Administration and commissioned as Navy Ensign. Served on an assault cargo ship in the Pacific during World War II. Awarded one battle star. After the war, Judge Dunbar graduated from Northwestern Law School with a Juris Doctor degree. In 1953, he moved to the San Francisco Bay Area and worked as a management analyst and business writer until 1963, when he began practicing law in Oakland, Calif., as a civil trial lawyer. In 1986, he was appointed to the Alameda County Superior Court. As a Naval reserve lawyer, he organized and chaired legal seminars for military lawyers of all services. He recruited and led volunteer Navy Reserve lawyers providing free legal services to military men and women and their dependents. He commanded several reserve legal units and served on the staffs of the 12th Naval District Readiness Commander and the Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet. He also served as Chairman of the Advisory Council of the Salvation Army Rehabilitation Center in Oakland, and on boards of the Alameda County Bar Association, Legal Aid Society and Alameda-Contra Costa County Trial Lawyers Association, and on the Oakland Catholic Diocese Interracial Council, Social Justice Commission and Catholic Youth Organization.

The Lockyer Family!

Posted: 12/13/2012 11:18:36 AM PST - Updated: 12/13/2012 04:38:34 PM PST

Oakland, CA -- Former Alameda County Supervisor Nadia Lockyer's temporary restraining order against her former extramarital lover expired Thursday. Her lawyer declined to seek an extension and says Lockyer (pictured left) will probably remain in residential drug treatment until early February. Lockyer went into National Therapeutic Services' residential drug-treatment program in Newport Beach on Aug. 31, after being arrested on drug charges. Her attorney claims he talked with program administrators this week, and they said they expect she'll stay for the usual 180 days, meaning she'll get out in early February.

A few weeks after she resigned her Alameda County Supervisor's seat, Lockyer, 41, the estranged wife of state Treasurer Bill Lockyer, sought a court issued restraining order to keep Stephen Chikhani, 36 (pictured left) away from her and her family in May. Lockyer had claimed Chikhani attacked her Feb. 3 in a Newark hotel room. The state Justice Department investigated and declined to charge Chikhani with any crime. Chikhani, of San Jose, has denied stalking, bothering or wanting anything more to do with Lockyer, though he has made inquiries about selling sex tapes he made with her.

The order was modified and reissued in August, a few weeks before she was arrested in Orange County on felony methamphetamine and misdemeanor child-abuse and endangerment charges. Police went to the home where Lockyer and her 9-year-old son, Diego, were staying on Aug. 28 after a caller tipped them that she might have drugs there, prosecutors said in September. Officers found a tube of aluminum foil with a burned end, and when they met Lockyer later that day she showed signs of being under the influence of drugs. She was arrested and charged with felony methamphetamine possession and three misdemeanors: being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and child abuse and endangerment. A pretrial hearing is scheduled for March 5, 2013.

Lockyer's civil attorney, said an Alameda County Superior Court judge on Thursday decided there's no point in extending the temporary restraining order. The court's decision was based upon the fact Lockyer isn't in town and doesn't intend to seek further extensions when she returns. She could always file for a new order if necessary, he noted. "Hopefully she's moving on with her life and Steve is moving on with his and we can put this matter behind us," her attorney said. "Nadia will ultimately make that choice; we'll see what happens."

Bill Lockyer, 71, filed for divorce in July, citing "irreconcilable differences" and seeking joint physical and legal custody of their son. After Nadia Lockyer's arrest, a judge ruled she could see their son but only under her estranged husband's supervision. The boy is living with his father in Hayward while his mother undergoes treatment.

Posted: published May 21, 2010 - Updated: June 16, 2012 08:09:49 PM PDT

Belmont, CA -- Lisa Lockyer (pictured left) and Chris C. Kemp bought a three-bedroom, two-bath home at 619 Southview Court in Belmont, CA from Patricia W. Silva for $1.26 million on May 21, 2010. The 2,880-square-foot house was built in 1963 in Central. It is located in the Southview Terrace subdivision. Ms. Lockyer is deputy director of the New Ventures and Communications Directorate at NASA Ames Research Center (a government tax-payer funded position) in Silicon Valley, where she previously was chief of the Technology Partnerships Office.

Prior to joining NASA Ames in 1998, she was a deputy district attorney in Alameda County (a government tax-payer funded position), where she practiced criminal law. She received a B.A. from Harvard University, and her J.D. from Hastings College of the Law.

Mr. Kemp is chief technology officer for IT at NASA Ames Research Center (a government tax-payer funded position) where he has previously served as CIO and director of business development. Prior to joining NASA, he was CEO and president at Escapia Inc. and Netran Inc., chief architect of a website, and was systems engineer at Silicon Graphics Inc. He attended the University of Alabama in Huntsville.

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The Alameda County DA’s office is famous for nepotism. Here is an updated list of Some people related to VIPs hired or promoted by The Alameda County District Attorney:

1. Lisa Lockyer, daughter of Bill Lockyer (hired)
2. Nadia Lockyer, wife of Bill Lockyer (hired)

Alameda County Family Justice Center (2006-2010)

The Alameda County Family Justice Center, a public agency designed as a form of one-stop shopping for victims of domestic violence, has a new Executive Director ($90,000 per year job) Nadia Lockyer (pictured left). The brochure gives a two page account of her life and work experience, then ends with the statement she "is married and has a young son, Diego." There is No mention of WHO she is married to, after all, that's kind of sexist, isn't it? Her husband is Bill Lockyer, outgoing California Attorney General, (leaving the AG job, but not public office, he was elected State Treasurer in November, and a lot of people think he will run for Governor in 2008 if things look good).

The selection committee was dominated by staff of the Alameda County District Attorney's Office, particularly Nancy O' Malley, (though, like a good lawyer, she made sure her name is not on anything), so that, once again, DA Tom Orloff seems to have given a job to Bill Lockyer's kin, (note that Orloff gave Lisa Lockyer her first job out of law school, while Bill was the local Senator from Hayward). Nadia Lockyer does have some qualifications for her post, but with a field of 30 applicants, most likely she was not the best qualified by objective criteria.

Alameda County Board of Supervisors District 2 (2010-2012)

Alameda County Board of Supervisors District 2 candidate Nadia Lockyer announced she had the endorsement of Deborah Roderick Stark, whom she described as “a nationally recognized expert in child and family policy” and a First Five Alameda County Commission member. The news release delved deeper into both women’s professional bona fides, but didn’t mention that Lockyer, 38, is the wife of state Treasurer Bill Lockyer, 68, or that Stark, 43, is the wife of Rep. Pete Stark, 78.

Bill Lockyer, 70, has held several elected positions since 1972. He married his wife, Nadia, 40, in 2003. She was elected to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors in 2010 after Bill Lockyer transferred $1.5 million of his campaign funds for his wife’s campaign. This is an enormous sum for a county office. With that war chest, Nadia Lockyer cruised to a 63% victory. A few weeks after her election, Nadia Lockyer entered rehab for an alcohol problem. Bill Lockyer said that her alcohol problem only became apparent after she was elected. That is questionable since alcohol and drug abuse are long-term problems and rarely things that arise overnight.

While in rehab, Nadia Lockyer met Stephen Chikhani, who was also in rehab for a drug problem. At some point, they began a relationship that continued until at least February 2012. A sex tape surfaced, although it was quickly pulled off YouTube. It involved Nadia Lockyer and Chikhani. Apparently, Chikhani made it in case the relationship was broken off (See Screen shot below:).

Bill Lockyer saw both the tape, a string of text messages between his wife and the man, and some X-rated photos on her computer. He told authorities that she was being stalked by an ex-boyfriend in an attempt to get the two apart, but it became clear to investigators that Nadia and the man were in a consensual relationship, according to reports. It is difficult to know if Bill Lockyer is deluding himself about what is going on or if he is simply trying to cover up a multi-layered scandal.

Chikhani Productions (2012)

May 11, 2012 | The year of sex, drugs and shoplifting in East Bay politics just got even more titillating Friday night after sex videos of former Alameda County supervisor Nadia Lockyer were posted online. Both short videos uploaded to YouTube are believed to have been posted by Lockyer's former boyfriend Steve Chikhani. He alluded to the videos in an article written in a local newspaper after Bill Lockyer sought a restraining order against him.

One video, sarcastically titled, "Nadia Lockyer trying to get my vote," shows the disgraced former county supervisors sashaying into the room in a black lingerie, garter and stockings. She then begins removing some clothing. The video is shot from the point of view of Chikhani, whose voice is heard on the video.

The second, far more explicit video, shows Lockyer masturbating on a bed in front of Chikhani, whose voice is heard, but face is not seen. Again, a humorous line is attached in the video's description saying, "Here's the former Alameda County Supervisor giving herself a little tax relief." It is not known when the video was produced or whether the video clips are the same offending clips reportedly sent earlier this year to State Treasurer Bill Lockyer, Nadia's husband.

NOTE: Both videos were taken down by YouTube within several days of their being posted.

3. Chistopher Bates, son of Tom Bates (hired)
4. Jeff Stark, son of Congressman Fortney "Pete" Stark (promoted)
5. Erin Kingsbury daughter of Judge Kenneth Kingsbury
6. Paul Hora son of Judge Peggy Fulton Hora;

Judge Peggy Fulton Hora (pictured left) retired from the California Superior Court after serving 21 years. She had a criminal assignment that included presiding over the Drug Treatment Court. She is a former dean of the B.E. Witkin Judicial College of California and has been on the faculty of the National Judicial College over 15 years. Judge Hora is a Senior Judicial Fellow for the National Drug Court Institute and a Judicial Outreach Liaison for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

7. Paul Delucchi son of Judge Alfred Deluchhi - Judge Alfred Deluchhi, Retired is deceased; Paul Delucchi is now a Judge.

8. Maya Ynostroza, daughter of Alameda County Superior Court Judge Carlos Ynostroza.

Friday, October 1, 2010 - "Andrew Vance was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for the June 2006 murder of Dipak Prasad, 24, whose body was found, with his hands tied behind his back, in Palomares Canyon east of Castro Valley. The First District Court of Appeal in San Francisco said the Alameda County jury that convicted Vance of first-degree murder may have been swayed by remarks from the prosecutor that crossed legal boundaries. During closing arguments in the 2008 trial, Deputy District Attorney Maya Ynostroza asked jurors to "walk in Dipak Prasad's shoes" and imagine the terror of being suffocated into unconsciousness. Vance's lawyer objected that the argument was improper and the judge agreed, but Ynostroza continued, urging the jury to relive the suffering of Prasad and his family. Despite upholding most of the objections from Vance's attorney, Superior Court Judge Roy Hashimoto rejected the lawyer's request to instruct jurors to base their verdict solely on the evidence rather than sympathy or passion. The appeals court said Hashimoto should have reined in the prosecutor's misconduct. Inviting jurors to put themselves in the victim's shoes is "a blatant appeal to the jury's natural sympathy for the victim," diverting jurors' attention from the evidence to the suffering of the victim and his family, Justice James Richman said in the 3-0 ruling."

9. Catherine Horner Dobal, son Judge Horner - (Catherine Horner graduated Harvard with Honors, anyone would have hired her, but her employment is a possible conflict of interest that Judge Horner should reveal to all defendants)
10. Jason Chin, son of California Supreme Court Justice Chin
11. Stuart Hing, son of ex-Alameda County Administrator Mel Hing - Stuart is now a Judge in Alameda County;
12. Mattew Golde, Appointed head of D.A. Juvenile Division in 2007, son of Judge Stanley Golde (Dec.);
13. Ivan Golde, son of Judge Stanley Golde (Dec.);
14. Amilcar Ford, grandson of Judge Judith Ford;
15. James Panetta -- son of former Congressman Leon Panetta;
16. Carrie Elizabeth Skolnick -- daughter of UC Professor Jerome Skolnick;
"I'm satisfied the jury was able to see the truth of what happened and render a just verdict."

-- July 5, 2012 Statement by Alameda County Deputy District Attorney Carrie Skolnick after a former private security guard was found guilty of attempted murder and second-degree robbery.

(Friday January 20, 2006) University of California law student Carrie Skolnick places a call to Sen. Dianne Feinstein's office Wednesday from the Boalt Law School lobby. Alliance for Justice partnered with Boalt Law Students Against Alito to encourage students and professors to call the offices of senators Feinstein and Boxer to urge them to vote against Judge Samuel Alito’s nomination for the Supreme Court and to not rule out the possibility of a filibuster. Calling the event a “Reverse Bakesale,” the group gave away milk and cookies to students in exchange for their support and participation.

Jerome Skolnick (pictured left, Carrie's dad) joined the Berkeley faculty in 1962 and became part of the Boalt faculty in 1977. From 1972 to 1984 he chaired the Center for the Study of Law and Society. He has also taught at UC San Diego, the University of Chicago and Yale University, and has been a visiting fellow at Oxford.

Carrie Skolnick's (Daddy's girl) academic background:

Undergraduate School: Univ of California, San Diego; La Jolla CA
Law School: Univ of California, Berkeley - Boalt Hall; Berkeley CA

(pictured right, Maura Sullivan attending a protest in September 2011 opposing affirmative action at the University of California, Berkeley. ) After California voters approved an Anti-Affirmative action law in 1997, black and Hispanic freshman enrollment at the University of California system dropped by about one-quarter in 1998, the first year the ban was in effect. At the system’s most competitive campuses, in Berkeley and Los Angeles, enrollment for those groups fell by almost half. Black students accounted for just over 4 percent of University of California freshmen in the mid-1990s. That fell to 3 percent after the law took effect, and remained there for several years, before climbing close to 4 percent in recent years. Hispanic enrollment stood at 14 to 15 percent of the total before the ban, and fell to 12 percent in 1998, but quickly began to climb, driven by California’s fast-rising Latino population. By 2010, that group accounted for more than 22 percent of the system’s freshmen.

17. Judge Dennis Hayashi, wife of Assemblywoman Mary Hayashi, D-Hayward.

Alameda County, CA (Thursday, November 6, 2008) -- Civil rights lawyer Dennis Hayashi (pictured right) beat out prosecutor Phil Daly for an Alameda County judgeship, garnering 61 percent of the vote. Hayashi, a former AC Transit board member, served as director of the Office for Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under President Bill Clinton, and was also director of the state Department of Fair Employment and Housing. Hayashi, whose wife is Assemblywoman Mary Hayashi, D-Hayward, ran unsuccessfully for a judgeship in 2006, losing to Sandra Bean, a deputy county counsel.

San Francisco Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval unseated veteran Judge Thomas Mellon in a contested Superior Court race. Sandoval (pictured left, shaking hands with CA Gov. J. Brown (r)) took 55 percent of the vote to Mellon's 45 percent. Sandoval is a former public defender who has represented the city's Excelsior district and nearby neighborhoods on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors since 2001. He accused Mellon of lacking judicial temperament, noting that the city's public defenders removed him from all their cases during his brief stint on the criminal court in 2000. The Bar Association of San Francisco rated Sandoval unqualified for the bench and ranked Mellon as qualified.

San Francisco, CA (January 6, 2012) -- Gerardo Sandoval, a partisan Democrat politician elected to the until now nonpartisan San Francisco Superior Court, by campaigning as a partisan Democrat, reduced Democrat Assemblywoman Mary Hayashi’s felony theft case to a misdemeanor in spite of the District Attorney’s previous position that the theft of $2,400 in clothing by Hayashi from the Union Square Neiman-Marcus was serious and should be treated as a felony. Hayashi, who had previously been specifically excused from today’s court proceeding and was not expected to attend the hearing today, made a stealth appearance and quickly plead “no contest,” and was sentenced to three years probation and a small fine. She was also ordered to pay $180 in fines and fees, which she promptly did after leaving court.

Hayashi, who was wearing a pair of cheetah-print high heels, a green jacket and black slacks and had a black Chanel purse slung over her shoulder, declined to speak to reporters following the hearing. Hayashi’s defense attorney said outside of court that the assemblywoman has a benign brain tumor that may have impacted her decision-making abilities. He said the tumor is curable and treatable and “is no longer affecting her concentration or her judgment.” He said, “according to (medical) experts,” the tumor has likely impacted her behavior. “In the spirit of compromise, now that Ms. Hayashi’s medical conditions resulting in her arrest have been taken care of, she decided to resolve the case as well,” he said.

Taking the plea means Hayashi can now serve out her full term in the Assembly, as a felony conviction, which would have surely happened otherwise, would have required her to resign from the Assembly.

Hayashi’s and now Sandoval’s actions are symptomatic of an arrogance among Democratic politicians in California that they are in charge and that they can get away with just about anything, justice be damned. Assemblywoman Hayashi’s actions (and “no contest” conviction) in stealing clothing from a California retail business, and Judge Sandoval’s actions in extending special favor to a fellow Democrat (whose husband is also an Alameda County Judge, just as Judge Sandoval’s wife is a professional political fundraiser for Democrats) serves to further undermine the confidence of Californians in their governmental institutions, including the impartiality of the judiciary.

After an unrelated news conference Friday morning, before learning that the charge against Hayashi would be reduced to a misdemeanor, District Attorney George Gascon said he and his office would support such a change. “We’re dealing with a first-time offender, and if the court decides to go in a different direction, we’re going to support that,” Gascon said.

With respect to Hayashi’s attorney claim of a “benign brain tumor” causing her to shoplift: No actual evidence of a benign brain tumor, or its propensity to cause shoplifting, was ever entered into evidence in open court in the Hayashi case before her plea of “no contest” to the charges. If any such benign tumor could have caused the Assemblywoman to shoplift, that allegedly exculpatory fact would have properly been submitted as an issue for a jury to decide, and Hayashi could be found “not guilty” by reason of a “shoplifting causing” benign brain tumor if a jury was convinced by the scientific evidence presented. However, the “no contest” plea of Hayashi, coupled with the judge’s reduction of charges, now allows Hayashi to continue to serve in the Assembly regardless of the crime and avoids an actual test of her attorney’s unsupported excuse claim in court.

The “benign brain tumor” claim raises the question if Mary Hayashi has capacity to continue serving in the Assembly. If the “benign brain tumor” made her shoplift, how can she still make laws with a “benign brain tumor" that causes criminal conduct?

Ynostroza Legacy!

Posted: published May 21, 2010 - Updated: June 16, 2012 08:09:49 PM PDT

Oakland, California -- Marie Yvonne Gonzalez-Rogers (pictured right) was a member of the civil grand jury in Alameda County, California from 2005 until 2007, and served as foreperson from 2006 until 2007. Gonzalez Rogers served as a pro tem judge in Alameda County, California from 2007 until 2008. In 2008, Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed Gonzalez Rogers, a Democrat, to the Alameda County Superior Court. She replaced Judge Carlos G. Ynostroza on the bench. On May 4, 2011, President Obama nominated Gonzalez Rogers to a seat on the United States District Court for the Northern District of California that had been vacated by Judge Vaughn Walker, who had retired at the end of 2010. The Senate confirmed her in an 89–6 vote on November 15, 2011. Gonzalez Rogers' husband, Matthew C. Rogers, has served in various positions in the Obama administration. The couple live in Piedmont, California.

The Fried Family!

Posted: published May 21, 2010 - Updated: June 16, 2012 08:09:49 PM PDT
“Another Nigger fried. No big deal.”

-- April 16, 2011, Statement by New York City Police Officer Michael Daragjati, boasting of his false arrest of another African-American male.

Texas (WCJB) -- It is an all-too-familiar story in this country: in Dallas, two men who spent more than a quarter of a century in prison for a rape they didn't commit were formally exonerated Monday after DNA testing implicated two other men. With James Curtis Williams and Raymond Jackson, Dallas County has now cleared 32 convicts in the past decade.

Media sources report this is such a common occurrence, the wrongly convicted in Texas have joined forces to help one another. At one parade in Lancaster, Texas, six convicted felons were hailed as heroes. All had spent years behind bars for crimes they did not commit. "We're just blessed to have this opportunity here riding around and enjoying our freedom again," said Christopher Scott.

Scott was arrested in 1997 for murdering a man in his neighborhood. A witness identified him as the gunman, but Scott insisted he was innocent. He said he knew he was in trouble "when they found me guilty." He was sentenced to 40 years in prison. "I thought everyone who went to prison was guilty, and when you see the tables turned on you and you be put in a position like that and you're in prison for something you didn't do, it changes your whole way of thinking," Scott said. Thirteen years passed before the real killer confessed. Scott was cleared and released in 2009.

Once out, he got help from other men wrongfully imprisoned in Dallas County. They call themselves the Texas Exoneree Project. "We have a lot of people say: 'Man we know how you feel.' Man, you don't know how I feel. The only person that know how I feel is the guy that has been in position like me. He know how that feel,'" Scott said. It's a growing fraternity. In the last ten years, more than 30 men in Dallas County have been freed or cleared of wrongful convictions for murder and rape - more than any other place in the country. The Exonerees help newly released men rebuild their lives by finding them a place to live or helping them get a drivers license.

They have also become a voice for other Texans they say are still wrongfully imprisoned. "You wish you can help get everybody get out of prison that don't supposed to be there, but you know you are not going to be able to do it," Scott said.

The Dallas District Attorney's office says it's reviewing 200 cases of inmates who could be innocent. "You obligated to try, to at least help somebody that's in your position, that they say they are crying out for help. Because many days I cried out for help and wasn't nobody out there for me," Scott said.

Texas paid Scott more than $1 million to compensate him for false imprisonment. He used some of that money to open a men's clothing store. "Sometime when I get up I still pinch myself to see if it's really true or not," Scott said. "No kidding." Scott once dreamed of freedom, but now he wants justice.

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A Marriage of Deceit!

Posted: 07/15/2013 11:08 am EDT | Updated: 07/21/2013 6:21 pm PDT

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New York -- John Azabache, a New York math teacher was arrested Friday afternoon on suspicion of raping a 16-year-old student. He was arrested on the same day he was supposed to marry another woman. Azabache is accused of having sexual relations with a student between some time in March and July 1 of this year, 2013, according to media sources in New York. The girl's family reportedly contacted authorities. Azabache, a 31-year-old teacher at Ossining High School in Westchester County, turned himself in to police and was arraigned on a charge of third-degree rape according to media reports. His defense lawyer said Azabache pleaded not guilty. The suspect was jailed on $50,000 bail, and ordered not to contact the student or his fiance and her family because they were "witnesses to events after the fact," a judge told the station.

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Students at the school told reporters that Azabache was well-liked. His attorney added that he has a "stellar record as a school teacher." Azabache's wedding was cancelled prior to the arrest, but his attorney wouldn't say if the botched marriage was related to the charges, a media source reports. He was supposed to be married Friday to an unnamed White Plains woman.

"I just want to note that what he’s being charged with does not involve any forcible compulsion," his attorney told media sources. "It involves an alleged incident with a minor, someone who is just under 17 years old." Azabache is due back in court on July 23.

In the Family!

Posted: 03/21/2013 10:40:04 AM PDT - Updated: 03/22/2013 11:53:01 PM PDT

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FRESNO, CA -- Spencer Scarber, 20 (pictured below-right) the son of Kyle Scarber (pictured below-left) California Highway Patrol assistant chief for the Fresno area, faces 70 years in prison after a jury convicted him in in December of rape-related counts and robbery. His conviction occurred after his escape to Mexico. As a Convicted rapist, Spencer Scarber was in Fresno County Superior Court on Thursday (February 21) in his first court hearing since extradition from Mexico over the weekend. He appeared in a yellow jumpsuit and was surrounded by five bailiffs. His family did not attend the hearing.

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Judge Edward Sarkisian summarized the case against Scarber and kept a no-bail warrant in effect, which will keep Scarber in jail. After meeting with Scarber's lawyer and prosecutor Leanne LeMon, the judge set an April 12 sentencing date for Scarber for the July 2011 rape at a neighbor's home in Squaw Valley. At the April hearing, a second case -- alleged sexual intercourse with a minor in 2012 -- will be discussed. LeMon said her office will talk to the victim and make a decision to prosecute or dismiss it by the next hearing.

A probation report, which will offer the judge sentencing guidelines in the case, also will be prepared for the April hearing. Spencer's lawyer said he will file a motion for a new trial and LeMon will file opposition to Alvarez's motion by the end of March. Following Thursday's hearing, Spencer's admitted he has "an uphill battle" in getting a new trial for his client, especially after Scarber bolted out of the country. "My client has always maintained his innocence," he said.

Kyle Scarber, Spencer's father and the CHP assistant chief has been charged with felony accessory and conspiracy in connection with helping his son -- a convicted rapist -- flee the country to Mexico. Media sources reports that charges were filed Tuesday in Fresno County Superior Court against the parents and sister of 20-year-old Spencer Scarber, who faces a 70-year prison sentence for rape, robbery and burglary convictions. Charged Tuesday were Scarber's father 49-year-old Kyle Scarber; his 51-year-old mother Gail Scarber (pictured above-left) and 34-year-old sister Crystal Reynoso (pictured left). They were released on bond and did not attend Thursday's hearing.

Prosecutors say Kyle Scarber filed a false police report when he reported his son missing. A car registered to Scarber's parents entered Mexico in early December, and prosecutors say Scarber's mother and sister walked back to the U.S. from the same crossing about an hour later.


Posted: 03/22/2013 01:51:47 PM PDT - Updated: 03/23/2013 07:26:45 AM PDT

WALNUT CREEK, CA -- Jason Pedroza, 27 (pictured left) a former employee at the Lesher Center, turned himself into police in February (2013) after Contra Costa prosecutors filed four felony and misdemeanor charges that he sexually assaulted two underage girls last fall, according to police and prosecutors. Pedroza was charged in February with two felonies -- using a minor for a sex act and contacting a minor for the purpose of engaging in lewd and lascivious behavior -- and misdemeanor sexual battery and child molestation. Danville police opened a separate investigation into Pedroza on Nov. 12. That case started as a suspicious circumstance and remains classified as that, said Chief Steve Simpkins, who would not comment further.

In November (2012) Lesher Center Manager Scott Denison fired Pedroza, a well-known actor and teacher in the area, Nordhoff said. Pedroza worked for the Lesher Center in downtown Walnut Creek and for Young REP, a summer theater workshop for children operated by the city-owned theater company Center REPertory. He was a part-time city employee making $3,600 last year. The reasons for Pedroza's firing have not been disclosed. Denison did not return a call for comment. Barry Gordon, director of arts, recreation and community services, would not comment.

Pleasant Hill police began investigating allegations against Pedroza last fall after a parent of a suspected victim contacted them, said Pleasant Hill police Sgt. Gary Brown. Pleasant Hill began working with Walnut Creek police after their investigation led them to the Lesher Center, where officers interviewed employees. Walnut Creek police began their own investigation of certain city employees to determine whether they knew of the abuse allegations before the Pleasant Hill department contacted them. "Walnut Creek was looking into who knew what when," Brown said.

On Thursday, Walnut Creek police sent criminal investigation reports to the Contra Costa District Attorney's Office. Those reports investigated a "handful" of employees and their possible failure to report the abuse allegations against Pedroza to police, said City Manager Ken Nordhoff. These "handful" of city employees could face criminal charges alleging they knew about suspected child sex abuse by Pedroza and failed to alert police. Neither city nor law enforcement officials would say why it is suspected that some city employees were aware of possible child abuse by Pedroza. Nordhoff declined to name the employees under investigation but said he is not one of them. A high-ranking city official, who wished to remain anonymous because they are not authorized to speak to the media on the matter, said police are "recommending" charges.

Walnut Creek police Chief Joel Bryden would not comment, citing the ongoing investigation, other than to say they are taking the matter seriously. "The District Attorney's Office is reviewing the Walnut Creek reports," said Nancy Georgiou, senior deputy district attorney and head of the sex crimes unit. She declined to comment further on report details. Aside from the criminal investigation, Walnut Creek this week hired outside counsel to conduct an internal investigation into what happened and to examine the city's procedures and policies concerning child abuse reporting, Nordhoff said. That investigator will have "carte blanche" to interview witnesses and examine documents, he said. In the meantime, Nordhoff said this is the city's biggest priority, and he has reached out to the county's Child Abuse Council for assistance.

State law lists 44 types of "mandated reporters," public and private employees who deal with children through their work and are required to report any suspicion of abuse or neglect. While some reporters, like teachers, are obvious, it is less clear which city employees qualify. The City Hall chief plans to propose a new policy that goes beyond state law. It would require all city employees to consider themselves a "mandated reporter," he said. The city will provide training, and has offered training in the past for those who work directly with children, Nordhoff said. "I believe all of us have a moral or ethical responsibility that goes beyond the law that if we sense something that is going on, especially with children, we have the duty to report it to the local authorities," he said. "That would be my course of action. I believe that individually as a human being."

This isn't the first time the Lesher Center has run into legal troubles.

In 2004, Denison pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor conflict-of-interest charge filed by the District Attorney's Office related to contracts he signed with family members for Lesher Center business. He was sentenced to three years' informal probation, 60 hours of community service and a $120 fine.

The city in 2005 paid a $1.1 million settlement to six former Lesher Center employees who alleged harassment and retaliation by Denison after they blew the whistle on his mismanagement at the center. At that time, an independent forensic accountant found indications of waste, abuse and fraud at the center, and the city reprimanded Denison with a four-week unpaid suspension. He served two weeks and was docked two weeks' vacation pay but was allowed to keep his job.

Class C felony!

2:41 pm - February 22, 2013 — Updated: 10:52 pm - February 22, 2013

Arkansas - The wife of Johnson County Sheriff Jimmy Dorney confessed to perjury during an interview with an Arkansas State Police investigator, according to court documents.

Sgt. Glenda Morrison, 44, a deputy in the Johnson County sheriff’s office, turned herself in Friday and made an initial appearance before District Court Judge Len Bradley, who released her on her own recognizance.

She is scheduled to be arraigned March 15 before Circuit Court Judge John Cole, who was assigned by the Arkansas Supreme Court to preside over the case.

Morrison was placed on administrative leave with pay pending the outcome of the perjury charge, according to a news release on the sheriff’s office website from Chief Deputy Jerry Dorney.

Morrison is accused of lying under oath when Circuit Court Judge William Pearson questioned her Oct. 15 regarding statements she allegedly made to jurors during a murder trial, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

On Oct. 10, a Johnson County jury found 49-year-old Tommy Bowden guilty of first-degree murder; the following day jurors recommended a life sentence, which Pearson imposed.

On Oct. 15, Prosecuting Attorney David Gibbons wrote a letter to Pearson and Bowden’s court-appointed attorneys John Burnett and Michael Robbins, informing them he was provided information that Morrison, a bailiff, made inappropriate comments to jurors shortly before they considered Bowden’s sentence, after they convicted him of murder.

In the letter, Gibbons said he learned that Morrison told jurors Bowden had “acted up that night at the jail and was scheduled to testify that day, but if he acted up” jurors shouldn’t be concerned because he was wearing a “shock belt” that could be used to control him.

When Pearson questioned Morrison, she told him she wasn’t even aware at that time of Bowden’s behavior the night before in the jail, “because I had not seen anyone that had Mr. Bowden yet,” according to the affidavit.

Morrison also told Pearson she didn’t remember telling jurors they didn’t need to be concerned because Bowden could be controlled with the shock belt he was wearing.

Morrison did tell Pearson she and another deputy were speaking outside the jury room, and it’s possible jurors overheard them, but she still denied the specific statements attributed to her, according to the affidavit.

On Oct. 23, Pearson took testimony from Bowden trial jurors, and several contradicted Morrison’s testimony.

Morrison informed some jurors that the belt was actually a device on Bowden’s leg that could deliver an electric shock if needed, and assured them jurors would be kept safe, jurors Deborah Foreman and Constance Rutter told the court.

Another juror, not identified in the affidavit, told Pearson the “lady cop” was in the jury room when she told a juror that Bowden acted up the previous night in the jail and he would be controlled.

Pearson vacated Bowden’s life sentence based on the jurors’ testimony and ordered a new sentencing hearing, which was held Feb. 17-18. Bowden again was sentenced to life.

Although Morrison denied the statements attributed to her under questioning by Pearson, she admitted making the statements when ASP Investigator Rick Newton interviewed her Jan. 2, according to the affidavit.

During that interview, Morrison said she told a single juror Bowden was wearing a shock device, which other jurors overheard, and she informed “jurors” that Bowden acted up the night before in the jail and he might testify during the sentencing phase.

After Newton pointed out the discrepancies between Morrison’s testimony under oath and her statement to him, he asked why she lied under oath.

“I didn’t; well, I guess I did,” Morrison replied, according to the affidavit.

Calls to the sheriff’s office Friday in an attempt to reach the sheriff and/or Morrison were referred to the sheriff’s website.

Perjury is a Class C felony punishable by three to 10 years in prison.

NYPD Theft Ring!

Posted: December 11, 2012 - Updated: December 11, 2012

NEW YORK —- A New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer, Ali Oklu, pled guilty to participating in a scheme to illegally transport firearms and stolen goods across state lines. Oklu pled guilty in Manhattan federal court before U.S. Magistrate Judge Gabriel W. Gorenstein. The firearms and stolen good included M-16 rifles and handguns. Oklu, 36, of Sunnyside, pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to transport firearms interstate and one count of conspiracy to transport and receive stolen goods interstate. During his guilty plea, Oklu admitted that he had knowingly transported what he believed were stolen cigarettes; slot machines; counterfeit merchandise across state lines; and that he had wilfully transported firearms across state lines. In addition, Oklu agreed to a money judgment of $35,000 which represents the amount of the criminal proceeds he received and the eight firearms seized from him at the time of his arrest.

Oklu (pictured left) was originally charged in a four-count complaint along with 11 co-conspirators. Many of the co-conspirators were fellow NYPD officers, including fellow NYPD officer William Masso, the leader of the conspiracies. Oklu was recruited to join the conspiracy in early October 2010 by Masso, who was the leader and organizer and was an integral member of the team, prosecutors said. From September 2010 to October 2011, Oklu participated in the transportation of firearms, and what he believed were stolen goods across state lines. At the time he committed the offenses, Oklu was an active duty NYPD officer. The firearms Oklu helped transport included three M-16 rifles, one shotgun, and 16 handguns. The majority of the firearms had their serial numbers defaced, removed or altered. All the firearms had been rendered inoperable.

The goods he helped transport, and thought were stolen, included 12 slot machines and thousands of cartons of cigarettes. The goods also included various counterfeit merchandise. In total, the goods that Oklu and his co-conspirators illegally transported carried a street value of approximately $1 million. In total, Oklu was paid $35,000 for his role in the transport of the firearms and purportedly stolen goods.

Prosecutors alleged Oklu participated in interstate trips, which included two trips to transport "the stolen slot machines" from Atlantic City to New York. He also made multiple trips to transport hundreds of cases of "stolen cigarettes" from New Jersey to New York. In addition, prosecutors alleged a trip to Virginia to take part in the purported theft of hundreds of cases of cigarettes from trucks parked outside a warehouse. The final trip Oklu made was to transport the "stolen (20) firearms, which were defaced and (unknowingly rendered) inoperable, all which were transported interstate.

Oklu specifically discussed with his co-conspirators using their law enforcement credentials, as well as applying their law enforcement expertise in preparing for and carrying out these schemes. The group also discussed using their specialized knowledge as law enforcement officers in determining the ideal vehicles to rent to transport the goods. Prosecutors allege that in a meeting in March 2011, Masso explained that the men should carry their law enforcement badges during the operation. Masso instructed them that if stopped, they were to say they were police officers working off-duty to deliver items that had been purchased at an auction. Oklu specifically recommended that the group not travel together in the rental vehicles in order to avoid raising the suspicion of law enforcement. All the defendants have now pled guilty, and all but three of the defendants have been sentenced.

Oklu is scheduled to be sentenced by U.S. District Judge William H. Pauley, III on March 15, 2013. He faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.

Oklu Co-Conspirators!

•» William Masso: Pleaded guilty in February sentenced to 57 months in prison on July 20
•» Eddie Goris: Pleaded guilty in March sentenced to 36 months in prison on Oct. 9,
•» Ali Oklu: Pleaded guilty in December, sentencing scheduled for March 15
•» Gary Ortiz: Pleaded guilty in February, sentenced to one year and one day in prison on Sept. 12
•» John Mahoney: Pleaded guilty in February, sentenced to one year and one day in prison on Oct. 10
•» Joseph Trischitta: Pleaded guilty in Februay, sentenced to 40 months in prison on Aug. 9
•» Marco Venezia: Pleaded guilty in February, sentenced to 24 months in prison on July 26
•» Richard Melnik: Pleaded guilty in February, sentenced to 21 months in prison on Oct. 9
•» Anthony Santiago: Pleaded guilty in March, sentencing date pending
•» David Kanwisher: Pleaded guilty in February, sentenced to 27 months in prison on June 21
•» Michael Gee: Pleaded guilty in February sentencing scheduled for Feb. 13
•» Eric Gomer: Pleaded guilty in February, sentenced to 15 months in prison on Aug. 2

Metro-Sexual Predator!

Posted: Jun 25, 2012 1:49 PM PDT - Updated: Jun 27, 2012 9:55 PM PDT

Las Vegas, NV -- A Metro Police officer accused of groping two women while on duty last year has resigned from the force, a police spokesman said Wednesday. John Norman, 33, was arrested in February and charged with felony oppression under the color of law, gross misdemeanor oppression under the color of law, felony coercion and gross misdemeanor open and gross lewdness after two separate incidents in which he allegedly assaulted the women.

According to the criminal complaint, on June 23, 2011, Norman forced a woman to remain in a police car while he manipulated her bra and breasts. During the second incident, on Dec. 10, 2011, Norman allegedly detained another woman and forced her to “lift her shirt up over her bra,” and touched her.

He was placed on unpaid leave after his arrest, and on Tuesday tendered his resignation to the department, Sgt. John Sheahan said.

Norman, who joined Metro in 2008, still is being investigated by the agency’s internal affairs division, Sheahan said. “The ongoing internal investigation is in major case review. He will most likely be sustained for violations of policy which will become part of his personnel file,” Sheahan said.

On June 25, 2012, Norman pleaded guilty for oppression under color of office (no force) and open and gross lewdness. His sentencing is scheduled for 9 a.m. on Oct. 30. He is facing probation or up to two years in jail. He will also be required to register as a sex offender.

Budding SS Agent!

Posted: 06/15/2012 11:58 am Updated: 06/15/2012 10:55 pm PDT

Florida -- A second Broward Sheriff's deputy was suspended with pay in connection to a prostitution sting that was conducted by the agency. Broward Sheriff’s deputy Christian Benenati, 40, was arrested after allegedly offering $20 to an undercover colleague for oral sex. Benenati was off duty when he approached the woman in Pompano Beach, according to the complaint affidavit. When instructed to drive to a nearby motel, he reportedly declined, saying he “does not do rooms” and told the woman to do it in the car instead.

According to police, the officer overseeing the prostitution sting saw the woman give a signal that the “deal” was completed, and Benenati (pictured left) was arrested. However, a handwritten addition to the affidavit records the “final location of arrest” as Bru's Room Sports Grill at the address of 1000 N. University Drive, in Coral Springs, four hours later.

BSO officials declined to comment on why Benenati wasn't arrested at the scene. The report that describes Benenati's arrest was signed by Sgt. George Anthony III. "Florida law prohibits us from commenting on open internal affairs investigations. The record will have to speak for itself," BSO spokeswoman Keyla Concepción told media sources.

Benenati, a 10-year BSO veteran, has been suspended with pay until Internal Affairs concludes its investigation into the matter, spokesman Jim Leljedal told media sources. Leljedal told the sources that while this is not the first time a deputy has popped for a sex crime, “it is exceedingly rare."

Broward Sheriff’s deputies have gotten into a fair share of trouble recently.

•» Deputy Brent Wooddell was arrested in June after removing his ankle bracelet to visit a strip club. He is currently under house arrest for allegedly stealing $1,340 during the bust of an oxycodone dealer -- who turned out to be an undercover Miami-Dade police officer.

•» Det. Anthony Costanzo was arrested in May after he used his cell phone to tape a conversation with a witness in a case against two Fort Lauderdale police officers.

•» Deputy Paul Pletcher was arrested in February after yelling racial slurs at a woman and stealing her phone after pulling her over while off-duty.

UPDATE: Leljedal confirmed Friday that Anthony was also suspended, with pay. Leljedal said because of an on-going internal affairs investigation, he could not further discuss circumstances of the deputies' cases. Anthony, 38, who was not arrested, is a former Hialeah police officer and has worked for BSO since 2001, according to Florida Department of Law Enforcement records.

Insane Orban!

Posted: June 13, 2012, 7:00 p.m. PDT - Updated: Jun 15, 2012 2:51 AM PDT

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (WCJB) - A San Bernardino County jury Wednesday rejected a controversial "Zoloft" defense presented by a former Westminster police detective accused of kidnapping and raping a waitress in 2010, finding the defendant guilty of all eight charges. A jury of eight women and four men deliberated less than a day before dismissing that defense and finding Anthony Orban (pictured right) guilty of kidnapping, two counts of rape, two counts of forced oral copulation, two counts of sexual penetration with a foreign object and one count of making a criminal threat. Orban showed little emotion as the verdicts were read. His wife wept gently in the back of the courtroom.

Prosecutors say the off-duty officer used his service weapon to force the woman to drive to a self-storage lot, where he sexually assaulted her and shoved a gun in her mouth on April 3, 2010. The woman escaped when Orban was distracted by an incoming cellphone call, prosecutors said. The victim's unflinching, graphic account of the sexual assault was the most compelling testimony given during the month-long trial. The woman, who was 25 at the time of the attack, testified that Orban sexually assaulted her, punched her, choked her, stuck a gun in her mouth and took cellphone photos of her. She told jurors that the attacker did not appear disoriented or unconscious, the local media reported. But she also testified that at the end of the attack, he looked at her and asked: "Who are you? How did I get here? Whose car is this?"

Orban, a 32-year-old who served in the Marines in Iraq, had pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity to eight counts, including kidnap and rape. His defense attorney said the crux of the case is not the elements of the crime but whether his client was aware of what he was doing. Orban's attorney argued during trial that his client suffered a psychotic break because he was taking Zoloft and was effectively unconscious when he kidnapped the woman in the Ontario Mills mall parking lot in San Bernardino County. He said his client had been taking Zoloft for six months, but had gone off the medication and recently restarted it. Orban does not recall the incident, he said. "This is something that appears to be totally out of character for him," the attorney said. If Orban is found to have been sane, he could face a life sentence, he said. If he is found to have been insane, he would be sent to a mental institution for treatment.

A friend of Orban's, Jeff Jelinek, testified against him. Prosecutors said the former prison guard and Orban had been drinking at the mall and Jelinek was standing next to Orban during the kidnapping and picked him up after the attack. In a plea deal with prosecutors, Jelinek pleaded no contest last year to being an accessory, false imprisonment and assault.

Deputy District Attorney Debbie Ploghaus declined to comment on the verdict, noting the sanity phase of the trial begins Tuesday. Orban will face a sanity hearing to determine whether he knew the difference between right and wrong at the time of the attack. The same jury will now have to determine whether Anthony Nicholas Orban was sane at the time of the attack. The hearing is scheduled to begin Tuesday and testimony is expected to last two days. The psychotropic effects of Zoloft again will be central to the sanity phase.

Jew Brotherhood

Posted: May 15, 2012 9:08am, EDT - updated on: June 15, 2012 6:40pm, PDT
"I and my coworkers could rewrite the book on whether our urban youths are victims of racist profiling or products of their failed, shitbag, ignorant, pathetic, welfare dependent excuses for parents, but like Mrs. Corey, we speak only the truth. They're just misunderstood little church going angels and the ghetto hoodie look doesn't have anything to do with why people wonder if they're about to get jacked by a thug.”

-- April 11, 2012, Facebook post by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue captain Brian Beckmann in reference to the Trayvon Martin shooting by fellow Jew, George Zimmerman.

MIAMI, FLa. -- A Miami-Dade Fire Rescue captain (pictured above, center) whose Facebook comment about the Trayvon Martin shooting spurred an investigation, was demoted two ranks to firefighter Monday in a letter from the fire chief.

Brian Beckmann (a Jew) who posted the comment on April 11, must also complete a Fit for Duty evaluation and diversity and/or sensitivity training, the letter from Fire Chief William Bryson said. Beckmann may appeal the decision within 14 days. The rant was reportedly published April 11, the same night special prosecutor Angela Corey announced second degree murder charges against George Zimmerman, the self-appointed neighborhood watch captain who shot Martin after he spotted the black 17-year-old walking through his father's gated community in Sanford, wearing a hoodie.

Beckmann Wrote:

Martin's mother, Sybrina Fulton, is a "well-respected" program coordinator at the Miami-Dade County Housing Authority, where she has worked for 23 years, according to the local media sources. His father Tracy Martin is a truck driver. Rowan Taylor, president of International Association of Firefighters Local 1403, wrote in an email statement that he disagrees with the demotion. "As union President, I believe this discipline is excessive. We will immediately file an appeal to an independent arbitrator," Taylor said.

A disciplinary report said that the comment altered the reputation of the Fire Rescue department. “The statement posted cast the subject in a negative light as well as brought ill repute to our entire organization as a result of the reference to 'my co-workers.'"

Beckmann, who said in an interview with the department that he was not the author of the post and rather copied it from what he thought was an editorial reply to a news article or blog. Beckmann, who has worked for the county since 1997, was promoted to lieutenant in 2002 and captain in 2006. He has previously been disciplined twice for reporting late to work and responding to an unauthorized email “sent to be humorous and not county business,” according to his personnel record summary. Other officers involved in the case were asked to receive counseling for their "lack of official action," the attachment said.

Cradle-Grave Robbers!

Posted: Thurs. 4:30 p.m. CST, January 5, 2012 - Updated: Fri. January 6, 2012 - 9:12 AM PST

MILWAUKEE, WI (WCJB) - Tim Russell, a former aide to Wisconsin's Republican Governor Scott Walker was charged with fraud on Thursday, accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from a fund for families of soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Another man, Kevin Kavanaugh, also faces fraud and embezzlement charges linked to the case, while Russell's domestic partner, Brian Pierick, faces charges of child enticement that prosecutors said came to light in the investigation. Pierick, a staffer at the state Department of Public Instruction, was charged with child enticement and causing a child to expose his genitals. The Milwaukee County district attorney said the crimes were uncovered during the embezzlement investigation. Pierick works as an office operations assistant for education for homeless youth at DPI, according to the agency's website.

Russell (pictured above, center) who served as Walker's deputy chief of staff and then housing director of the Milwaukee County's Department of Health and Human Services, faces two felony counts and a misdemeanor count of embezzlement. Kavanaugh, who served on the Milwaukee County Veteran Service Commission, was charged with four counts of fraudulent writings and one count of embezzlement.

A criminal complaint alleges that Kavanaugh (pictured left) and Russell misappropriated funds from 2006 to 2009 from Operation Freedom, a military appreciation event held each year at the Milwaukee County Zoo. The complaint alleges Russell, who worked closely with Walker when he was Milwaukee County Executive, diverted more than $21,000 intended for Operation Freedom to his personal bank account and using some of the money to go on Hawaiian and Caribbean vacations. The criminal complaint also alleges other funds were used by Russell to attend a weekend political strategy session in December 2010 with Herman Cain and his chief of staff, Mark Block, to discuss Cain's now-defunct presidential campaign. Kavanaugh is alleged to have embezzled more than $42,000 from the Military Order of the Purple Heart, a charity involved in Operation Freedom. Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm declined to comment on the charges or the ongoing probe, which began in 2010.

Clayton Diablo!

Posted: 7:25 p.m. PST - Friday, Dec. 9, 2011 - Updated: 3:25 p.m. PST - Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — A Clayton middle school teacher was arrested Friday on suspicion of having sex with a former female student, a Walnut Creek Police Department sergeant said. At about noon, Walnut Creek detectives and Clayton police served a search warrant and an arrest warrant at Diablo View Middle School and arrested Andrew Bruce Cottrell (pictured above, center) who was a math and science teacher there. The 41-year-old Walnut Creek resident allegedly gave police a full confession. He was booked into Martinez Detention Facility on six counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, two counts of lewd acts with a victim who is 15-years or 14-years-old, and nine counts of oral copulation with a victim under 16-years-old. Walnut Creek police said Cottrell carried on a year-long sexual relationship with a former student, a girl between 14- and 15-years-old.

Earlier this week the girl's parents got suspicious. “The parents did discover some information that led them to believe there was a relationship between the two and at that time they contacted the police department,” said Walnut Creek police detective Tom Cashion. Investigators said Cottrell and the underage girl had sex numerous times at his house in Walnut Creek, and possibly even at the school.

Steve Sherman has a daughter who goes to Diablo View Middle School, but she wasn't in Cottrell's class. “I'm thankful that my daughter didn't have him,” he said Friday. “Just heard about it and it’s awful.” Cottrell’s longtime neighbors were stunned to find out about the arrest. “He's a lovely guy,” said Janet Abrams, a neighbor. ”I've always thought he was a lovely guy and I’m shocked, absolutely shocked.” Abrams said Cottrell is married and the couple has two little boys. “I'm mad at Bruce, but I’m sorry for Kelly and the boys,” Abrams added.

After the arrest on campus, the school district sent out a phone message to parents explaining that children's safety is of paramount concern to the district. Police said they believe Cottrell only had a relationship with the one underage girl, but they would like parents to come forward if they think their child was victimized.

Cottrell was being held in jail on just under a million dollars bail. Media sources spoke with someone at Cottrell's home Friday night and she declined to give her name but said the situation was horrible.


Posted: November 23, 2011 Updated: November 29, 2011 | 12:38 PM PST

NEW YORK (WCJB) - A Brooklyn teacher was arrested Tuesday night on charges she raped a sixth grader and gave him drugs and alcohol. According to the New York Daily News, Claudia Tillery, 42, was a humanities teacher at the middle school the boy attended. Police sources reportedly told the paper that Tillery and the boy, who is now 14, had been having a sexual relationship since 2009. The sources said the boy had recently ended the relationship and decided to come forward.

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