San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos. Investigate the Death of Munir Edais a Police Officer.

By Michael G. Stogner

SMC Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos

Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos you have recently demonstrated the power that the Sheriff has in the now very famous Batmobile Case. I am requesting you open an Investigation into the Very Suspicious Death of Munir Edais a San Mateo County resident all of his 32 years on earth. As you know he was a Police Officer for 12 years and was a Police Officer at the time of death. I’m sure you are aware that the Daly City Police Department chose not to Investigate his death as suspicious or possible Murder. They ruled it a suicide by hanging because that is what his wife of 6 months told them.

As Sheriff of San Mateo County you do have the authority to Investigate this death, and I am asking you to do just that before you retire in January. This would be something positive on your record and this would bring peace of Mind to the Edais Family.

The Edais Family Petition

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One response to “San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos. Investigate the Death of Munir Edais a Police Officer.

  1. kimberly5681

    This sheriff is a real piece of crap ! Thank god for You bringing up all of these problems because they would sweep it under the rug. And the rug would be larger than an elephant in a studio apartment. Thank you for doing this !

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