San Mateo County Residents, I invite you to sign this Petition. Munir Edais was a Police Officer.

By Michael G. Stogner

How did San Mateo County Residents not know about this!

This is Breaking News, San Mateo County News.com is first to report about this Very Suspicious Death of a 32 year old father of two girls who was a Daly City resident and a Police Officer for Los Gatos/Monte Sereno. For some unknown reason the 7 Print Media didn’t think the 760,000 residents would want to know about this. Nothing to see here.

Look at the date we are talking about, January 2020 that is 28 months ago.

Wake up San Mateo County

Here is the Petition

6 Comments

Filed under "We Just Don't Know.", # SupervisorsToSupervise, #newsbreak, Board of Supervisors President Don Horsley, City of Daly City Manager Shawnna Maltbie, Daly City City Council, Daly City Manager Shawnna Maltbie, Daly City Police Department, David Canepa Candidate for Congress, Kevin Mullin, Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Police Department, Never too late to Investigate, Newsbreakapp.com, Robert Foucrault, San Mateo County News, San Mateo County News.com, San Mateo County News.org, Silicon Valley, SiliconValley.com, Uncategorized, Victim's Advocate

6 responses to “San Mateo County Residents, I invite you to sign this Petition. Munir Edais was a Police Officer.

  1. Wafa

    #justiceformunir

  2. Conner B. Lawson

    Why would we sign a petition to have it investigated by the same people who already failed to do it correctly?

    • That is a Great Question and I agree with you 100% the reason I chose to sign it is, it is already in place easy to understand and as you have probably guessed the DCPD has NO Intention of properly Investigating it at all. If they did they would have done so from the beginning. City Manager Shawanna Maltbie is responsible for the behavior of the Police Department.

  3. Kifayeh

    It’s time this family gets the justice they deserve and the people responsible for his death are prosecuted.

  4. Mark DePaula

    Not surprising that the local papers have not covered this.
    Thank goodness for SAN MATEO COUNTY NEWS.com

  5. Aliah

    Munir’s family, and especially (Munir) deserve justice!

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