By Michael G. Stogner
San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos sent a 4 man TEAM of his finest Employees to Indiana recently. The TEAM was lead by Lt. Michael Leishman, It included Sergeant Sean Harper, Deputy Leddy, and Deputy Bradley P. Mulvihill. My question for the TEAM of 4, Did it ever cross your mind that this assignment was a TERRIBLE idea? Possibly even Criminal. I’ll bet if it didn’t cross your mind before you boarded your fligh, it has after ABC 7 I-TEAM Investigative Reporter Dan Noyes published his Video News Report about your adventure. As of last night after the story broke more then 2 MILLION Views and More than 10,000 COMMENTS.
San Mateo County Superior Court Judges, Is there any reason that Mark Racop of Indiana can not appear for his first court appearance on August 19, 2022 by ZOOM? What is the time estimate for this first appearance? Isn’t there still a PANDEMIC?
Lets not forget, Just because San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office say you committed a crime and charge you with a crime doesn’t mean that it is true.
Have the above mentioned agencies EVER Falsely charged any person before? Yes
Have the above mentioned agencies EVER Falsely charged a person simply to teach her/him a lesson about San Mateo County’s “Those Who Matter” Gang. Yes, Just ask ret. Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez
Are there any RED FLAGS about these Criminal Charges of a small business owner in Indiana?
San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos is the first RED FLAG.
San Mateo County Sheriff Lt. Michael Leishman is the 2nd RED FLAG. Does anybody remember the San Mateo County Sheriff Activity League (SAL) Embezzlement and Money Laundering Investigation involving several people and Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars?
SMCSO Lt. Michael Leishman was instrumental in producing the desired outcome of that Criminal Investigation. A reasonable person would know that it is a CONFLICT of INTEREST for a San Mateo County Sheriff Employee to investigate his Boss and co-workers. Lt. Michael Leishman had no problem with it.
San Mateo County Residents FIX THIS.