“Targeting Juan P. Lopez” “Bad Faith” “Misuse of a Search Warrant.” “Using it as an Investigative Tool.” “You can’t use a Search Warrant for that.” “Therein lies the Bad Faith.”
October 17, 2018 Honorable Judge Mark Forcum thanked Tony Serra for his comments and ruled against him. He ruled that now SMCSO Lt. Andrew Armando did have probable cause to obtain the Search Warrant. He ignored the obvious (Perjury) lying to Hon. Judge George Miriam by then SMCSO Detective Andrew Armando.
Lt. Andrew Armando has not been investigated or charged by the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office. Why?
They have know known of these allegations for almost 4 years. May 1, 2018 Tony Serra and Maria Belyi filed this motion, which clearly alleges perjury.
“The most suspicious call” Lt. Andrew Armando made this call himself. That didn’t bother the Honorable Judge Mark Forcum one bit.
November 15, 2018 is the next Court Date for a Franks Hearing where finally SMCSO Lt. Andrew Armando will be on the witness stand under oath.
I have been reporting about the “Targeting” to cause financial harm to Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez and anyone close to him for almost 4 years now. It was refreshing to hear his attorney mention that in court yesterday. One example is the motion above which Judge Mark Forcum has personally continued at least 4 times. That means Juan’s attorneys had to drive down from San Francisco 4 times wait for the case to be called to have Forcum say it’s continued. Attorney Stuart Hanlon Juan’s first law firm told a reporter his career could be impacted for discussing Juan’s case in the interview. Nobody asked, What the Hell did Stuart Hanlon mean? Think about it. He was just telling the truth. Attorneys can and do get blacklisted in San Mateo County Courts.
Why is this one motion so important to San Mateo County Officials? It proves that San Mateo County Sheriff Detectives and San Mateo County District Attorney Inspectors commit crimes to obtain Search Warrants like the 80 that were issued in the Sunny Day Murder cases alone. This one motion also shows that the Judges don’t care.
A recent DA Steve Wagstaffe quote: “I still believe that one of the key components of a good criminal justice system is faith that judges do the right thing,”
With Audits the residents don’t need to rely on faith.
Wake Up San Mateo County Residents.
By Michael G. Stogner