By Michael G. Stogner
Update: March 8, 2022 Time 10:15 AM Next Court Date March 17, 2022 @ 9:30 AM.
I still call him Sheriff Deputy because he was forced to retire by ‘Those Who Matter.”
Do you remember this photo and announcement that “Those Who Matter” had their media share with the residents of San Mateo County in 2014?
“Those Who Matter” know that it will be yesterdays news by tomorrow.
Most people who are Falsely Charged with a boat load of Felonies, will sooner or later accept a plea deal from the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office.
San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez is not like most people. He wants a Fair Jury Trial and he wants the public to be able to observe it. He has never wavered.
One of his charges which is Very Serious is this one. Notice the date of the alleged crime.
Penal Code 115(a) Felony Procuring and offering a False or Forged Instrument April 23, 2012
I recommend that San Mateo County District Attorney and Sheriff Office Investigate the 45 male Sheriff Employees that were reported to me in early 2010. Check their Mortgage and Insurance Documents for a PC115 (a) Violation, that would FAIR and a service to the residents of SMC.
Hon. Judge Joseph Scott and DDA Kimberly Perrota have been working extremely hard to make sure there is NO MENTION of Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez arrested at Gun Point to the head and Falsely Charged with Smuggling 2 Cellphones and Drugs to an Inmate in the Redwood City Jail where he worked.
A reasonable person would ask, What happened to those charges?
If you are a concerned citizen I invite you to watch the hearing this morning at 9:30 AM in Courtroom 2G. You are responsible for the behavior of the Sheriff, District Attorney, Judges, County Counsel, Supervisors.
I have said for more than 7 years now the Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez case is one of the most exciting cases in San Mateo County History. If “Those Who Matter” can do this to a SMC Sheriff Deputy who ran for Sheriff in 2014 what do you think they can do to YOU.
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