This is a civil, not a criminal matter, Everybody and their mother knows this.
We already know what did happen, the main question now is why is this case still ACTIVE?
22-SF-008723-A | The People of the State of California vs. MARK RACOP
001 PC532(a)-FEL-Obtaining Money, Labor Or Property By False Pretenses 532(a) Felony 08/01/2020
002 PC484B-FEL-Diversion Of Construction Funds 484B Felony 08/01/2020
I will be there in person because Mark Racop has to fly out from Indiana to say two words, Not Guilty in PERSON in San Mateo County County because a Judge has ordered him to appear in person. He is not allowed to appear on ZOOM for this arraignment hearing. Remember he lives and works in Indiana.
Some of you might have heard of this case since ABC 7 Investigative Reporter Dan Noyes broke the story of the July 19, 2022 Search Warrant being served on Mark Racop at his place of business in Indiana by a four man TEAM of San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office finest. The plan was to arrest Mark Racop and bring him all the way back to San Mateo County to TEACH HIM and others a lesson about the power of the Sheriff’s Office, District Attorney’s Office, Judges, County Counsel and the Supervisors of San Mateo County.
Mark Racop’s case has received worldwide attention because of the Batmobile replica that his company Fiberglass Freaks makes by hand.
The majority of the 22,000 comments made from the 10M VIEWS in 2 months have been similar.
Here are just 2 recent comments:
It’s hard to believe that the Sheriff double down on his stupid actions with a stupid statement that he would ask the same thing of investigators whenever a “Potential Crime” came to his attention. You don’t issue search and arrest warrants for potential crimes, you investigate and come up with some basic evidence to support what your buddy told you. How did a judge get conned into signing these warrants? Did the Sheriff use his friendship with the Judge to influence the warrants? Was the whole story disclosed to the judge? Assuming there was a contract, the purchaser was in breach of contract when he failed to make a timely payment. The consequence of the missed payment was not losing his money or his Batmobile, but merely losing his position in the queue. This is a civil, not a criminal matter.
The sad thing is this is probably the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this sheriff’s corruption. Given that county sheriffs are primarily responsible for property seizures and evictions, there should be an investigation to see if the sheriff misused his authority on behalf of his realtor friend. If so, this story instantly becomes something much bigger and something that should lead to prison sentences for both the sheriff and the realtor.
The Batmobile case has shinned a light on San Mateo County Government when no other case I’m aware of has done. The great news is nobody was Murdered or Executed by the Sheriff’s Office Employees this time.
This behavior is more the norm in San Mateo County, just look at the ret. Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez case and the Edais Family vs. Coroner Robert Foucralt case as current examples.
Please check back for updates as to the Status of this case and the Friday In-person hearing, I hope to see you there.
There is only one Candidate for Congress who has demanded the resignation of San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos for his most recent actions involving the Batmobile Raid in Indiana on July 19, 2022.
I can tell you that Anna Eshoo, David Canepa, and Kevin Mullin haven’t said Boo about it. WHY
For anybody that read the August 16, 2022 letter sent by San Mateo County Government to Rob Bonta the Attorney General of California you could see in the first sentence the cause of the letter “RECENT PUBLIC ATTENTION.”
Mark Racop has concerns about getting a Fair Trial in San Mateo County, He should be Very Concerned, Who in their right mind wouldn’t be? I’ve said for about 22 years San Mateo County Courts should be CLOSED until the Supervisors can assure the residents of Fair and Level Playing field in our Courts. They have NEVER been interested in that subject matter.
The residents should ask, Who in the H–L, Hired Andrew Armando as a Captain at BPD.
I’m sure whoever hired him knew that and they didn’t care.
San Mateo County News.com has been writing about the San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez Criminal case for 8 years now. I’ve said many times that SMCSO Detective Andrew Armando is one of a group of Law Enforcement Officers who committed acts against Deputy Juan P. Lopez.
Civil Rights Attorney Tony Serra has filed documents with the court in San Mateo County in the Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez case NF-433910 stating that Andrew Armando has committed PERJURY to obtain a Search Warrant.
A simple Google Search by whoever is responsible for the hire would have showed that.
Congratulations Belmont, you now have a Captain on your Police Department who can not TESTIFY in any cases.
The timing of this hire is perfect more the 5,000,000 views and 21,000 comments on the San Mateo County Public Corruption cases thanks to the Batmobile Case Involving SMC Sheriff’s Office. San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office, San Mateo County Counsel’s Office, The 5 San Mateo County Supervisors and some Judges. About a month after San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos has his own Criminal Defense Attorney of course paid for by SMC TAXPAYERS.
Thanks goes out to ABC 7 I-TEAM Investigative Reporter Dan Noyes for Breaking the Abuse of Authority/Power and Public Corruption in San Mateo County and putting the Spotlight on SMC.
September 1, 2022 U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta sentenced Thomas Webster, 56, to 10 years in prison plus three years of supervised release, noting that along with Rathbun, “the other victim was democracy.” Webster retired from the NYPD in 2011 after 20 years. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1985 to 1989.
Thomas Webster’s prison sentence is the longest so far among roughly 250 people who have been punished for their role in the insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021. The previous longest was shared by two other rioters, who each were sentenced to seven years and three months in prison.
Do Law Enforcement Officers ever break the Law? Of course they do, they are human beings, Nobody is above the law.
Topic: San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office EPO’s & TRO’s.Specifically the Kaylan Charles Freeman Case.
21-SF-001757-A | The People of the State of California vs. KAYLAN CHARLES FREEMAN
The recent National Spotlight being shinned on San Mateo County for ALL the WRONG REASONS, thanks to the Batmobile Case, people all around America are asking the obvious questions, What the Hell is wrong with San Mateo County Government?
Tonight San Mateo County News.com will be discussing just one case and the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office work product.
Who audits the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office?
Kaylan Charles Freeman case Who is telling the truth?
San Mateo County Sheriff Sergeant Ceferino Gonzales did NOT sign the Proof of Service until after the April 17, 2014 court date had passed. Why?
Was his declaration under oath truthful?
Does the Sheriff of San Mateo County ever LIE, Just ask Ebele Okobi or Mark Melville?
It is highly unusual for an affidavit, which lays out the probable cause that a crime was committed, to be released before charges are filed.
In San Mateo County’s Batmobile case 22-SF-008723-A the AFFIDAVIT is still SEALED after charges have been filed. Why?
I know this is going to come as a shock to some of you reading this but sometimes the Law Enforcement Official who has word-crafted and or signed the AFFIDAVIT is LYING to the Judge.
The entire Legal and Judicial system is based on trust that everyone who has the authority to arrest, shoot, charge and judge you are honest and decent human beings who have taken an oath to uphold the law. They would never Lie to a Judge or the Public, that is the Perception, right?
Just ask Ebele Okobi who said this after her brother Chinedu V. Okobi was murdered by SIX San Mateo County Sheriff Employees on October 3, 2018. “I am angry at myself for believing any of the lie put out by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.” “I am angry at myself for believing that District Attorney Wagstaffe was acting as an impartial defender of the public.”
Just ask x San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez about the AFFIDAVIT SMCSO Andrew Armando filed with San Mateo County Judge Miram in order to get a Search Warrant and seize his cellphone.
J. Tony Serra SBN 32639 NF-433910-A May 01, 2018, “Detective Armando’s Perjuriously alleged that Mr. Lopez placed a telephone call to the Contraband Cell Phone in Order to Obtain a Search Warrant.”