What should really bother Americans is what police do after they execute, murder or kill a person. No matter how you look at it a death is NOT a good shooting. A life is taken, lost forever and due to that armies of victims are formed on a daily basis. Hand cuffing dead bodies, unarmed dead bodies, innocent dead bodies. Police acting and being supported by a broken system which allows them to kill with impunity. We’ve support police so much, looked the other way so much, trusted the badge and image so much. They’re using it against us to get away with crime and murder.
There’s Something Disturbing About The Way Cops Act Just After They’ve Shot Somebody Don’t they see a fellow human being lying there?
The ubiquity of cellphone, dashcam and surveillance video has transformed the way the public understands police violence. But as scene after scene unfolds on shaky screens and in grainy contours, another element of the violence is beginning to come into focus: the pattern of officers showing no concern for the person they have shot, often fatally.
The nonchalance around the injured and the dying is stunning in its own way.
Set aside the question of whether the shooting was justified, either legally or morally. Perhaps it was. Perhaps the officer had no other choice. Even in such a situation, though, the officer has just exercised the most terrifying of powers ― the use of lethal force against another human being. And yet no care is taken of that human being.
Consider the most recent shooting caught on video: that of Charles Kinsey, who fortunately survived. Kinsey, a black caretaker in North Miami, was trying to help a man with autism who was sitting in the street blocking traffic. A cellphone video shows Kinsey himself lying on the ground with his hands in the air. He was trying to explain to police that the other man had a toy truck and not a gun, contrary to whata 911 caller had reported.
Hard to accept that an image can be bad, one we have been told is here to protect and serve us. However the facts tell a different story. It’s time for change, time to remove immunity from those who murder, those who hide behind a badge of shame, a black robe of distrust or a name tag which no longer serves the public. As a taxpayer we deserve the service we pay for from people we entrust with our lives and tax dollars. It’s come down to this, some lives are worth more than others.
BLOOD’S ON MANY HANDS NOT JUST POLICE BUT OUR COURTS
What is law if not something we all obey and are subject to EQUALLY? Why are some immune to it who obviously hide behind it to commit murder and crime? It’s not just police who are involved in these crimes and murder. It’s the courts, government, judges and lawyers who all manipulate law to serve their own. When they see fit they find ways to charge the poor with decades in prison. Yet when their own commit even worse crimes or murder they fail us all and refuse to prosecute and protect us.
What’s worse is it’s not taught in the Police Academy, it’s an entirely different business based on profit and greed, just like our court system which is based on how much justice you can afford. Unless that is you work for them, then you the taxpayer is forced to pay. They hide behind a false image that they’re helping protect law enforcement. Just like lawyers commonly do in court by twisting the facts, making up lies for profit and their goal.
Police and civilians emphasized a key point: Hesitation can kill you.
And how many hours of gun training vs. how many hours of “de-escalation” training?
Jeronimo Yanez, the St. Anthony, Minnesota Police Officer who fatally shot Philando Castile, underwent “Bulletproof Warrior” officer survival indoctrination that imparts what one police trainer calls a “paranoid” and“militaristic” mindset.
Although Calibre co-owner Jim Glennon has written that viewing “police as the enemy is not a healthy or helpful position for a society to take,” the courses presented by his company relentlessly teach officers that the public is their enemy. As one instructor summarized the course for the benefit of his students, “We’ve got to survive this job!”
The seminar was called ‘The Bulletproof Warrior,’ and the instructors urged the law enforcement officers in the hotel conference room to make the decision to shoot if they ever feel their lives are threatened. Videos of bloody shootouts between police and civilians emphasized a key point: Hesitation can kill you. In the audience at the May 2014 seminar was a young St. Anthony police officer, Jeronimo Yanez, city records show. He’s now known around the world as the officer who killed Philando Castile minutes after making a traffic stop in Falcon Heights last week.” And how many hours of gun training vs. how many hours of “de-escalation” training?
The seminar was called “The Bulletproof Warrior,” and the instructors urged the law enforcement officers in the hotel conference room to make the decision to shoot if they ever feel their lives are threatened.
Videos of bloody shootouts between police and civilians emphasized a key point: Hesitation can kill you.
In the audience at the May 2014 seminar was a young St. Anthony police officer, Jeronimo Yanez, city records show. He’s now known around the world as the officer who killed Philando Castile minutes after making a traffic stop in Falcon Heights last week.
Amid intensifying demands for changes in police training in the wake of the shooting deaths of Castile and others, such “survival” courses for officers are flourishing nationally. But some in law enforcement are distancing themselves from the approach.
The Houston Police Department, for example, won’t pay for its officers to attend the Bulletproof Warrior seminar, which is put on by an Illinois for-profit company called Calibre Press.
On this, the sixth anniversary of my son, Erik’s, execution-by-cop, America is in serious danger of exploding into chaos.
The horrific murder of five Dallas police officers and the wounding of another seven this week triggered a profound sense ofdeja vu. Three years ago, I predicted this would happen, if cops continued to shoot and kill “civilians.”
From Chapter 10, pg. 181-182 of my novel, “The Permit”: “…A spark like young Steele’s murder-by-cop, at precisely the right time and place, will blow Vegas to smither-frickin-reens. ….[H]ere’s the issue that makes this a national security concern… If all these factors come together under the right circumstance—something as abominable as Steele’s execution—all hell will break loose, and uncontrollable violence will spread across the country. …We’d have a full-blown revolution on our hands. Whole cities would be torched, and we’d incur thousands of casualties. The stock market would crater, people would be afraid to go to work…. Hell, son, America as we know it wouldcease…to…be!”
We’re not there yet, but we’re close. The wild beasts born of cops killing, then lying and covering up their crimes, are on the loose and may not be tamed anytime soon.
I do NOT condone the targeting and killing of police officers! But I damn sure understand why it’s happening. As our nation mourns the five officers killed in Dallas, let’s not lose sight of the fact that cops are killing an average of 3.3 people per day, every day of the year—and getting away with it 99 percent of the time.
Since 1 May 2013, police officers have killed at least 3,702 people. As of yesterday, they’d killed 610 so far in 2016—and the total climbs every year (killedbypolice.net). Think about that: Those sworn to protect and serve Americans, the citizens who pay for cops’ salaries and benefits, have killed more of us in 3.5 years than al Qaeda terrorists murdered on 9/11.
Yes, the majority of police officers truly are good people, professionals dedicated to protecting and serving, and they’re rightly being hailed as heroes today. But good lawmen are being targeted and killed, because they’ve looked the other way, tolerating ruthless killer-cops in their midst. All in the name of a mindless, Mafia-like code of Blue Silence and illogical solidarity that infects every police department and law enforcement agency in the United States.
The blood of five police officers killed and seven wounded in Dallas last week, as well as that of many more who died over the past decade, is on the hands and souls of heartless killer-cops like William Mosher—who murdered my son in cold blood—Bryan Yant, Jesus Arevalo, Derek Colling, etc. And the gutless cops who panicked and killed Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castille in Minnesota last week must bear some responsibility for the tragic deaths of those five officers in Dallas. Whether cops, politicians and media pundits admit it or not, the murders of Sterling and Castille by badged executioners triggered Micah Johnson’s deranged killing spree in Dallas.
Until cops stop killing “civilians,”
every uniformed police officer in America is in danger.
It’s time to stop the silly hand-wringing, kumbya calls for “calm” and “standing together,” and politicians mouthing pablum promises to DO SOMETHING, even if it’s ridiculously ineffective and unconstitutional. It’s time to implement real solutions, such as:
* A protocol similar to the Aviation Safety and Reporting System whereby good cops can anonymously report the misdeeds of their badged colleagues.
* Federal statutes requiring all law enforcement officers wear body cameras and carry (and pay for) personal liability insurance. Penalties for noncompliance include immediate dismissal. If a bodycam “fails” during a fatal encounter, or its video mysteriously disappears, the officer would be considered guilty of manslaughter, at the least, and subject to criminal charges.
* Zero tolerance for preemptively killing citizens “suspected” of being a threat, solely in the name of “officer safety.” Further, cops involved in cover-ups of an officer-involved shooting or other serious misdeed automatically would be dismissed, banned from the law enforcement field and subject to racketeering charges.
* Mandatory annual recertification of every law enforcement agent in the nation, to include psychological re-screening and several hours of education about the Constitution, particularly the Bill of Rights. As part of this yearly process, officers having multiple use-of-force complaints and/or a shooting on their records would be subject to dismissal in the name of public safety.
* A federally funded crash program to develop, test and field nonlethal means of subduing “suspects”. The program should focus on electromagnetic and/or electrostatic technologies that accurately deliver a nonlethal, disabling effect at some distance. I saw a prototype of such a system in a Huntsville, AL, lab 11 years ago. If a nonlethal weapon like that had been in Officer Bill Mosher’s hands on 10 July 2010, instead of a .45-caliber Glock 21 semiautomatic, my son would be alive today.
* Repeal of “Qualified Immunity” statutes that protect cops from prosecution. Although QI sounds reasonable, these well-intentioned laws have been severely perverted to the detriment of countless citizens who have been denied justice, after a cop kills. QI is literally a get-out-of-jail-free card foisted on American citizens by unprincipled police unions and politicians who failed to foresee its obscene unintended consequences.
These must be the absolute top priorities for politicos to tackle…IF they’re serious about ending the senseless killing of both citizens and police officers. God help us, if elected officials and law enforcement leaders decide to hunker down, ride out the current crisis, and kick the issue of dangerous killer-cops down the road…again.
ERIK B. SCOTT was murdered by a serial Metro killer Las Vegas Police officer William Mosher.
My eldest son, Erik Scott, might be alive today if Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officers had been required to wear body cameras in the summer of 2010, when Erik was shot to death. Officer William Mosher—who panicked and shot my son as Erik and his girlfriend calmly walked out the door of a Costco—had already killed one man, in his first five years on the Metro force. Erik’s shooting was ruled “justified” because Costco security system video was destroyed via collaboration between local Costco personnel and Metro detectives. That evidence would have proven Erik was murdered in cold blood. With no video data, a coroner’s inquest jury had no alternative but to accept the blatantly false accounts of on-scene police officers.
As the police began to form a massive perimeter outside, Costco managers began evacuating the entire store without apparently explaining why to anyone. As Scott and his girlfriend exited the store he was identified to police officers, who were waiting with guns drawn outside the front door.
Erik turned to find three officers facing him, guns drawn, and all three shouting different commands: “Get on the ground!” “Drop your weapon!” “Keep your hands up!” Erik held his hands up, spoke calmly, told them he DID have a concealed firearm and a legal CCW and was an ex-Army officer. His girlfriend was screaming about Erik being a West Point grad, former Army officer, etc. Erik leaned to his left, hands still up, to expose the pistol, and repeated, “I am disarming; I am disarming.” Witnesses say he started to lower his right hand, palm OUT, perhaps intending to remove holster and gun together — but never got the hand below his shoulder, when one of the cops (believed to be William Mosher, who had committed a fatal shooting in 2006) shot Erik in the chest with a .45-caliber semi-automatic weapon. Erik dropped to his knees, clearly in shock, his face a picture of disbelief. He was shot a second time and collapsed. The rest is ugly. The three officers unloaded again, firing a total of seven hollow-point rounds. At least four, possibly five, hit Erik in the back, after he was on the ground and dying.
Two experts hired by Scott’s family examined his body. They claim that of the seven .45 ACP hollowpoint bullets fired into Scott’s body, one was fired through his armpit, suggesting his arm was raised at the time. Four remaining shots were fired into his back. There were no exit wounds, making it all but impossible for police to claim that investigators misread through-and-through wounds.
Judge Joseph Boeckmann proves when Judges commit crimes they just RESIGN
Judges, Lawyers, Police or Government don’t just represent the law they’re “ABOVE THE LAW”. While they should be held to higher standards most of the time they’re never punished. Allowed to resign and go on abusing, lying, cheating and even murdering innocent people.
Now dozens of the defendants have accused Boeckmann of sexual abuse and misconduct, saying the small-town judge paid them to allow him to spank their naked buttocks with a paddle and to take photos of the red skin. Others said they posed nude in exchange for money to pay off court fines.
The head of the Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission called it “if not the worst, among the worst cases of judicial misconduct” in state history.
The case brought into the open gossip that had circulated in private for years about the judge from a prominent family that settled in the farming community more than a century ago.
Boeckmann “systematically used his authority and the trust of the state of Arkansas … to prey upon people he knew would be less credible, people who were in danger of losing their houses, their jobs and their freedom. He is a predator,” said David Sachar, the commission’s executive director.
The 70-year-old Cross County judge, who has denied the allegations through his attorney, resigned in May, ending the commission’s investigation. But at least part of the probe has been turned over to criminal investigators. No charges have been filed.
“His resignation is not to be construed as an admission of anything,” said Boeckmann’s attorney, Jeff Rosenzweig. He said his client concluded that it was “not worth going through the hearing to keep a position that he would have vacated at the end of this year anyway.” The judge did not seek re-election in March.
He allegedly instructed another man to strip naked and bend over, handcuffed, inside an Arkansas courtroom while he snapped photographs, up close.
And on multiple occasions, he allegedly sentenced men — often young and poor — to illegitimate “community service” that ultimately led them to the judge’s home or office, posing for more suggestive photographs as “proof” they had completed their work.
“You’re free to go,” the judge allegedly said after the handcuff incident. “Case dismissed.”
These allegations are among dozens of disturbing claims outlined in state documents regarding the year-long investigation into a part-time Arkansas district judge accused of using his authority for the last 30 years to sexually prey on men charged with minor crimes.
The judge, Joseph Boeckmann, Jr., resigned Monday in the face of mounting evidence discovered by the Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission, which was tasked with determining if the man should be sanctioned or removed from the bench after an initial complaint filed last November. While Boeckmann had previously denied the allegations, his attorney, Jeff Rosenzweig, refused to comment further on the judge’s resignation, reported the AP. Boeckmann’s letter of resignation did not include either a denial or confirmation of the charges.
“He’s a criminal predator who used his judicial power to feed his corrupt desires,” David Sachar, executive director of the commission, told the Associated Press. “Every minute he served as a judge was an insult to the Arkansas Judiciary.”
Ongoing local coverage of the incident and publicity on social media motivated victims and witnesses to step forward, according to investigation documents, and share uncomfortable experiences they had with the judge, who presided over Cross County. Sachar told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette that at least 12 alleged victims have been named in the commission’s complaint so far, and estimated there were “several dozen more, if not 100 or more.”
American Justice System is based on Lies and Money not Justice
As long as Law does not apply equally to everyone there will be no justice in America. What’s happening with Police is the same problem which haunts our justice system. When you have Police overseeing and investigating themselves there is no justice. The same goes for judges and lawyers who are controlled by a bar and commission run by judges and lawyers. The result is two classes, those forced to obey law and those above the law.
“In my 30 years plus in law enforcement, I have seen a good deal of misconduct by police officers. I have seen scandals. But the level of the problems and the frequency of the problems that we’re facing here today are very unusual.”
— San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón on the current state of the San Francisco Police Department
The scams and lies used by police, judges, lawyers and government are the same. Lie to the tax payer, hide the truth, destroy evidence, claim you’re investigating your own. Destroy the character of the victim and manipulate law. Refuse to prosecute those who work with you. When they do it, it’s business as usual however if you do it, it’s called perjury, destruction of evidence etc.
San Francisco Police chief Greg Suhr has a history of issues. Suhr is an example of how simple it is for problem people to get into management. Working their way up the ranks like a cancer rotting everything they come in contact with.
What must be exposed is the scam of resigning which means the person retains their benefits, peace officer status and the ability to go on doing what they did. Yet if those forced to obey law were exposed for the same crimes they’d be prosecuted.
Lose everything and not get a second chance. You’d be in a jail cell losing everything you fought so hard to earn proving your innocence. While they get paid leave and never spend a day in jail. Sound fair?
Those forced to obey law are taking a stand and speaking out. When the tax payer takes action due to nothing being done by government their called “the mob mentality” yet when police beat people, murder them, strong arm them and use their status to commit crimes its all ignored and down played.
The worst criminals hide behind an image, a badge, black robe, fancy name or position like a doctor or lawyer. All over America people are victimized by criminals who may not have a record, yet they get into positions of power and control. Once hidden behind that image of trust they’re free to abuse, commit crime and even murder with immunity. Judges are high on that list and hundreds of thousand of victims each year cry out about their crimes. Yet no one listens because they don’t want to question an image.
Police are trusted because of that image that their here to protect. But what happens when a bad person gets into a position of power? The fact is you can’t trust anyone below them in the chain of command. America is taught to trust an image but what is an image if the person behind it is in fact a criminal, dishonest and lack integrity?
One of America’s biggest cities is infected with corruption from police to the courts, from prosecutors to district attorneys. Why because when victims go to them with crimes by those with an image, they’re often ignored, terrorized or forgotten. All because that image is so powerful it’s often immune to investigation or prosecution. Lets not forget Paul Tanaka was a mayor as well.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Undersheriff Paul Tanaka was convicted in connection with a sweeping, federal civil rights investigation of corruption and deputy-on-inmate abuse inside the jail system, which is run by the LASD.
Tanaka was found guilty by a federal jury of obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
The jury began deliberating Tuesday afternoon and reached its verdict Wednesday morning.
The 57-year-old was accused of leading a conspiracy to hide jail inmate Anthony Brown after the LASD learned that Brown was an FBI informant, feeding information to the feds about alleged corruption and excessive force against inmates inside Men’s Central Jail.
Tanaka, who is the current mayor of Gardena, faces up to 15 years in federal prison when he is sentenced on June 20 by United States District Judge Percy Anderson.
Following the verdict, U.S. Attorney Eileen Decker and FBI’s L.A. lead David Bowdich briefly addressed the media.
“This investigation was necessary to continue the integrity of the sheriff’s department,” Bowdich said. “It is a new day in the sheriff’s department.”
Decker said the corruption was an issue of leadership and the jury clearly stated it should not be tolerated in law enforcement.
“They have sent a very clear message that corruption within law enforcement will simply not be tolerated, particularly when it comes from the very top of those organizations,” FULL STORY
How the state profits off the destruction of family “State courts destroying Families, veteran warns!”
All over America millions of families are destroyed by a broken legal system. Not about justice or what is best for the children. Far often than less it’s based on how much money lawyers and the state will profit. Why would anyone in their right mind want to marry after finding out what really happens when it goes wrong?
This video came to our attention in regards to a man whose trying to do right, loves his children and country. Yet like so many others becomes victimized in a court of law. Why is it in America justice is based on how much money you have and not the truth? Where someone can go to court, lie and manipulate the system.
Soldiers fighting for their country come back to a system that holds their service against them. Abuses those who fight for your freedom. Stop the cover up and lies.
The World’s Deadliest Police
It’s a fact and has been long documented. Perhaps the reason so many people are murdered by police each year is a result of whose hired? The job draws problematic people, people who seek power, respect, control and deadly force. Often bullies, losers, mentally unstable, insecure, sociopaths and psychopaths along with those who feel less than end up with a gun and badge to solve their problematic desires to be important. This comes at the cost of thousands of innocent lives, many deaths which are never accounted for and hidden from the public.
The other part of the puzzle is how American courts treat killer cops. How judges, prosecutors, district attorneys and government who are generally in bed with police. When you have friends and co-workers who lack the capacity to be objective or fair there is no justice. You send a message to all police that because of your biased relationship with government “It’s OK to murder because we’ll back you up”. We’ll do all we can to make sure your life continues and you get to go home to your family. All the while thousands of families are destroyed, terrorized, ignored and kicked aside for speaking out.
This is how a system based on greed and money treats tax payers.
The Guardian has built the most comprehensive database of US police killing ever published. Compare our findings to those from the UK, Australia, Iceland and beyond
It’s rather difficult to compare data from different time periods, according to different methodologies, across different parts of the world, and still come to definitive conclusions.
It is undeniable that police in the US often contend with much more violent situations and more heavily armed individuals than police in other developed democratic societies. Still, looking at our data for the US against admittedly less reliable information on police killings elsewhere paints a dramatic portrait, and one that resonates with protests that have gone global since a killing last year in Ferguson, Missouri: the US is not just some outlier in terms of police violence when compared with countries of similar economic and political standing.
America is the outlier – and this is what a crisis looks like.
Fact: In the first 24 days of 2015, police in the US fatally shot more people than police did in England and Wales, combined, over the past 24 years.
Behind the numbers: According to The Counted, the Guardian’s special project to track every police killing this year, there were 59 fatal police shootings in the US for the days between 1 January and 24 January.
According to data collected by the UK advocacy group Inquest, there have been 55 fatal police shootings – total – in England and Wales from 1990 to 2014.
The US population is roughly six times that of England and Wales. According to the World Bank, the US has a per capita intentional homicide rate five times that of the UK.
California State Legal Bar Put Public at Significant Risk
The old saying goes “You never put the fox in charge of the henhouse”. This is common and acceptable for all businesses and society except for lawyers and police. Thus the current outrage and corruption going on with lawyers and police in America. We’ve allowed them to have power over their own. Imagine your loved one kills someone and you’re allowed to determine a fair settlement for them? it’s that insane and you hear it all the time “We’re investigating ourselves”. Sadly exposing their crimes and helping real victims get justice is being railroaded by the same scum which commits these crimes. These are spineless, cowards who have no integrity or morals. They’re motivated by greed and control over the public which they use to commit horrendous crimes and immoral acts. Yet federal government never steps in and puts a stop to them.
A recent state audit raises serious questions about the California state bar’s ability to protect consumers. The state bar is in charge of investigating and disciplining attorneys, but a 75-page state audit found major problems with the way the bar worked to clear a huge backlog of disciplinary cases against thousands of attorneys. The result, according to the California State Auditor’s Office’s, was “the State Bar allowed some attorneys whom it otherwise might have disciplined more severely – or even disbarred – to continue practicing law, at significant risk to the public.”
According to the audit, the backlog of disciplinary cases topped 5,174 cases in 2010, “prompting the state bar to take steps to quickly reduce it.” While the state bar managed to decrease the backlog by 66 percent within a year, the audit revealed that “speedier resolutions” came at a cost as the State Bar began issuing less severe punishments to attorneys. As a result, the Bar dismissed more cases and settled others with written reprimands that may stay hidden in a lawyer’s discipline file.
“That’s working your numbers to try and look good, even when you’re potentially hurting consumers,” said Ed Howard, an attorney with the Center for Public Interest Law, a government watchdog group that monitors state boards and agencies.
“The state bar does not do in any way shape or form, the kind of job – when it comes to disciplining lawyers – that Californians deserve and Californians expect,” said Howard, who has previously testified before the California legislature to voice his criticism of the California Bar. FULL STORY
We see how judges and police can abuse people who try and expose them such as Cary-Andrew Crittenden whose only crime was reporting crimes against a disabled woman. Crittenden exposed an even deeper problem involving a dishonorable judge named Socrates Peter Manoukian whose history shows dishonesty, crime and bribery.
Family Law Report – Richard Fine Part 1: Judicial Bribery & Corruption
Santa Clara California Prosecutors Rarely Pay Price for Mistakes and Misconduct
The Innocence Project released a report Tuesday alleging that prosecutors across the country are almost never punished when they withhold evidence or commit other forms of misconduct that land innocent people in prison.
The Innocence Project, a nonprofit legal group that represents people seeking exonerations, examined records in Arizona, California, Texas, New York and Pennsylvania, and interviewed a wide assortment of defense lawyers, prosecutors and legal experts.
In each state, researchers examined court rulings from 2004 through 2008 in which judges found that prosecutors had committed violations such as mischaracterizing evidence or suborning perjury. All told, the researchers discovered 660 findings of prosecutorial error or misconduct. In the overwhelming majority of cases, 527, judges upheld the convictions, finding that the prosecutorial lapse did not impact the fairness of the defendant’s original trial. In 133 cases, convictions were thrown out.
Only one prosecutor was disciplined by any oversight authorities, the report asserts.
The report was issued on the anniversary of a controversial Supreme Court ruling for those trying to achieve justice in the wake of wrongful convictions. In a 5–4 decision in the case known as Connick v. Thompson, the court tossed out a $14-million dollar award by a Louisiana jury to John Thompson, a New Orleans man who served 18 years in prison for a murder and robbery he did not commit.
The majority ruled that while the trial prosecutors had withheld critical evidence of Thompson’s likely innocence – blood samples from the crime scene – the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office could not be found civilly liable for what the justices essentially determined was the mistake of a handful of employees. The decision hinged on a critical finding: that the District Attorney’s office, and the legal profession in general, provides sufficient training and oversight for all prosecutors. FULL STORY HERE
This is just another example of how a dishonorable judge Socrates Peter Manoukian can manipulate the system, commit crime and break the law however local police do nothing. In fact police are used as muscle to stop the victim Cary-Andrew Crittenden from exposing the judge.
Reporter Janet Phelan has done several news stories to expose the corruption and fraud going on within Santa Clara County California. Cary was jailed Christmas day of 2015. Police are refusing to obey law or constitutional rights in respect to Cary’s arrest. They refuse to release copies of the arrest or case.