Very good article, read the comments and my emails asking Karen Guidotti to ref. this to the State of California Attorney General. She never did, and never turned over to the defense attorneys the recording she claims she listened to.
From: Karen Guidotti <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, May 2, 2016 3:59 PM
Subject: RE: Please ref this criminal complaint to the A.G. of the State of California
I have looked into this matter and have confirmed that Inspector Boyd did indeed conduct an interview with Irma Lopez on December 8, 2014. It was recorded, and a report was written regarding that conversation. I have personally read the report and listened to that eleven minute interview. Perhaps Mr. Hanlon can confirm the existence of this evidence for you, as he was provided with discovery of that phone call well before the preliminary hearing.
Once you have verified my information, please advise me if you wish to continue with your complaint about Inspector Boyd.
From: Michael Stogner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, May 01, 2016 9:12 AM
Subject: Please ref this criminal complaint to the A.G. of the State of California
Steve and Karen.
Irma Lopez was never interviewed by Jordan Boyd. This is a PC115 (A) violation
Many of my family and friends know that I have been doing my best to eliminate Prosecutorial Misconduct in San Mateo County for the last 16 years. Here is just one example. It is also a perfect PC115 (A) Felony filing a false statement to a Judge to get a warrant.
Preliminary Hearing 3/29/2016
Hon. Judge Lisa Novak
Stuart Hanlon attorney for Juan P. Lopez asking San Mateo County District Attorney Inspector Jordan Boyd who is on the witness stand under oath.
“You testified about taking a statement from Irma Lopez, Juan Lopez’s sister, correct?” Jordan Boyd answered Correct
Where was the statement taken? Was it on the phone? In person?
Jordan Boyd answered “It was on the telephone.
What day was it taken?
Jordan Boyd answered “I don’t recall the date, I have to check my report.”
You have no report of this interview you simply mention it in a Search Warrant Affidavit.
“I have no reports of an interview with Irma Lopez. I only have a statement by you and an affidavit for a search warrant or arrest warrant, I’m not sure which saying, you talked to her. I’m asking you when did you talk to her?”
Jordan Boyd answered “I don’t have that.”
By Michael G. Stogner