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In order to FORGET you would first need to know about Police Officer Munir Edais, Supicious Death in the First Place.

By Michael G. Stogner

Police Officer Munir Edais was found dead in his Daly City apartment 28 months ago. Who knew, I never heard about it until 8 days ago, How about you, when did you learn about it?

Shawanna Maltbie Please explain your Daly City Police Deparment’s behavior.
Daly City Manager Shawanna Maltbie

What actions did you take to assure the residents of Daly City and San Mateo County that the Police Department you are responsible for conducted a professional Suspicious Death Investigation of Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Police Officer and Father of two girls on January 21, 2020.

What was your personal response to the family’s Petition to Re-Open the Murder Investigation of a Police Officer/Father and Daly City Resident with more than 25,000 signatures. Did you ever make a Public Comment about it. If Not why didn’t you?

Shawanna Maltbie, Did you ever think to ask Daly City Police Sergeant Keith Mattos a Homicide Dectective of 28 years, These two questions: Did you say that? Yes or No and if the answer was YES, the next question would be What did you mean by “Never seen this much blood on a hanging victim.”

On 25th April 2021, the page posted an alleged quote by Keith Mattos, a sergeant at Daly City Police Department, saying, “In my 28 years as a homicide detective, I have never seen this much blood on a hanging victim.”

Did your Police Department ask/have the wife who made the 911 call at 2:00 AM on January 21, 2020 to take a Polygraph Test to verify if she was being truthful? The reason I ask this question is I am aware of the San Mateo County District Attorney Inspector Rick Decker asking a mother of 2 that I was assisting in filing a criminal complaint against her ex husband in a Family Law Matter, if she would be willing to take a Polygraph Test she said of course took it and passed with flying colors. We had already provided the photos which proved fraud I’m guessing the request was because her ex husband was a San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy. He was never asked to take one.

So I do know that Polygraph Tests are sometimes even given to VICTIMS who are simply reporting a crime in SMC.

How long did your Police Department Investigate this Suspicious Death as a potential Homicide?

Shawanna here is the Petition in case you have never heard about it.

I don’t know if you ever signed it, if not please do it right now. I suggest it Never was a Murder Investigation in the first place. You can take care of that.

Petition Re-Open a Murder Investigation of Munir Edais

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San Mateo County Communications and Public Information Division.

By Michael G. Stogner

San Mateo County Website

The Communications Team delivers timely and accurate information to the public and media, provides strategic messaging support and works on special projects and civic engagement.

How Does the TEAM explain this work Product. No mention of the More than $10M of PPE. No mention of FEMA, No Mention of the Convoy of Garbage Trucks filled with PPE reported leaving the Event Center in the two previous months. No Mention of James Brown the President of the Wine Country Marines announcing the WCM would be distributing the Donated PPE on January 25, 2022. No Mention of Steve Perich September 27, 2021 e-mail to Iliana Rodriquez informing her that all the PPE has been moved outside the Event Center. No Mention of San Mateo County Risk Manager Scott Johnson November 10, 2021 letter to Kim-anh Le, informing her of his inspection of the damaged PPE at the Event Center and in his opinion it was a TOTAL LOSS.

So how did we go from a Total Loss on November 10, 2021 to Less than 1% of the More than $10M of PPE funded by FEMA actually being damaged. Let’s find out.

San Mateo County Communications Division has omitted those key subjects and that is understandable that TEAM only earned $687,199 of Taxpayer Money in 2020.

The TEAM did get one statement correct: The County is solely responsible for our materials at the Event Center. That’s obvious.

Statement From County Manager Mike Callagy Regarding Safety Equipment at the Event Center

January 14, 2022


3:45 PM Jan. 14, 2022 Redwood City — Surplus safety equipment and cleaning supplies purchased in response to COVID-19 were moved outside at the San Mateo Event Center last fall to accommodate an event and sustained damage during the significant storms earlier this season. The County is solely responsible for our materials at the Event Center. We deeply regret that this occurred and are hiring an external investigator to identify all facts related to the damage and make recommendations to avoid future incidents. While the County will provide more information as it becomes available, we want to share what we do know now. The County purchased the supplies early in the pandemic when no one knew how long global supply shortages would last and jurisdictions nationwide were competing to purchase safety equipment, even non-medical grade items, to protect first responders and communities.► As the global supply of hospital-grade equipment and the demands of the pandemic response locally evolved, the need among local hospitals and providers for these supplies, particularly those not rated for hospital use, subsided. ► The estimated value of the supplies based on the original purchase prices is $7 million. ► The surplus supplies include primarily non-medical-grade isolation gowns, face shields and goggles as well as a number of sterile gowns. There are also miscellaneous cleaning supplies like bleach and mop buckets and handles. ► The County’s supply of masks, such as N95 and KN95 respirators, and gloves are stored indoors, separate from the impacted supplies at the Event Center. ► For months prior to the supplies being moved outdoors, the County worked with the California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) to offer these surplus supplies free of charge to health care providers and other agencies, including schools, and other states, but few accepted the offer because sizes, quantities, other considerations made them less appropriate. ► The surplus materials were moved from a building at the Event Center in mid-September to an outside fenced area to accommodate other needs for the space but should have been returned inside once the event was over. Storage space was not available at other County facilities. ► While the storms damaged some outside packaging, most of the supplies are individually wrapped. The County is actively inspecting and cleaning the materials with plans to donate undamaged goods to a nonprofit.► The County maintains separate warehouse facilities to store high-grade personal protective equipment, including masks and other sensitive items, in a climate-controlled environment and regularly supplies local health care partners during shortages and emergencies.► We want to assure our community that this incident did not impact the County’s ability to provide safety equipment to first responders and others responding to COVID-19.

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