By Michael G. Stogner
San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said “Michael Connolly was earnestly trying to clean up the Broadmoor Police District.”
CalPERS is seeking the return of $1,800,000.00 from a former Broadmoor Police Chief Dave Parenti. That sounds pretty pleasant doesn’t it. SEEKING.
What was the meaning of seeking?
verb (used with object), sought, seek·ing. to go in search or quest of: to seek the truth. to try to find or discover by searching or questioning: to seek the solution to a problem. to try to obtain: to seek fame. to try or attempt (usually followed by an infinitive): to seek to convince a person.
Why would CalPERS be SEEKING? Does former Broadmoor Police Chief Dave Parenti owe it?
Did former Broadmoor Police Chief Dave Parenti, obtain this $1.8M legally if so why is CalPERS seeking it back? Was this just a little accounting error for a friend.
Does San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe or San Mateo County District Attorney Inspector Kevin Raffaelli have any personal friendships or social connections with x Broadmoor Police Chief Dave Parenti?
In one of the largest “double-dipping” cases in recent memory, the state’s main pension fund is demanding that a former police chief return $1.8 million in “unlawful” retirement benefits he accrued while working in the tiny San Mateo county neighborhood of Broadmoor.
The KEY word here is “UNLAWFUL” that means a crime has been committed.
This reminds me of the SamTrans $2.5M FRAUD case where 3 CPA’s whistlebolwers reported they were ordered to commit crimes. They did find the $2.5M exactly where the 3 accounts said it was. SMCDA Steve Wagstaffe No Criminal Charges were ever filed. NBC Reporter Vicky Ngueyen did a great job reporting it.
Has San Mateo County Law Enforcement and Government Officials ever done favors for Friends before? A current example is 22-SF-008723-A | The People of the State of California vs. MARK RACOP Batmobile case which has NATIONAL ATTENTION on San Mateo County. Several SMC Employees and Government Officials are involved.
Mark Racop will be attending his first court appearance Friday August 19, 2022 9:00 AM Courtroom 8B by ZOOM. The San Mateo County “Those Who Matter Gang” wanted him to fly out to SMC to appear in PERSON for his 5 minute court appearance. I forgot to mention, they froze his bank account. There will be members of the Public in the Courtroom to show their support for Mark Racop from Indiana.
San Mateo County News.com has been reporting on Corruption and Organized Crime in San Mateo County for 22 years. This criminal behavior will continue until the Residents say That is Enough, and Elect Good and Decent People to Office.
You would think that would be enough wouldn’t you?
If you are a San Mateo County Resident and you would like to know what is happening in your County I recommend you read The Sacramento Bee, The East Bay Times, San Francisco Examiner, and San Mateo County News.com.
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