Category Archives: San Mateo County Sheriff Department

Congresswoman Anna Eshoo Endorses Don Horsley for Supervisor. Why?

By Michael G. Stogner

The Congresswoman has personal knowledge that Sheriff Don Horsley lied under oath August 2, 2004 and Ignored her warning to him on July 12, 2016 to open the appoint process to fill the Sheriff position. Why on earth would she endorse him?

Our Elected Officials should be endorsing Honest people.

In 2004 she was on a Congressional Hearing in San Mateo where I Michael Stogner asked her to ask my Sheriff Don Horsley if all explosives stolen were recovered. The ATF agent on pg. 39-40 had just testified under oath that 30-35lbs of C-4 had been stolen. Sheriff Don Horsley testified under oath that 10lbs of C-4 was recovered pg.76. The Congresswomen looked at me in the audience as I shrugged my shoulders to imply How can he say 10lbs of C-4 when just minutes before the ATF agent said 30-35lbs of C-4. So on pg. 109 she asks my question again, and again.

https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CHRG-108hhrg98210/pdf/CHRG-108hhrg98210.pdf

July 12, 2016 BOS Meeting Agenda Item 7

Supervisor Don Horsley led the Illegal Violent Coup which appointed Carlos Bolanos to Sheriff when he had not applied to be appointed, as a matter of fact nobody had applied because the Supervisors had not opened the application process. Congresswoman had her letter to the BOS read at the beginning of Item 7 where she warned the Supervisors not to appoint Carlos Bolanos without the appointment process.

Text of the letter by Anna Eshoo, D-Menlo Park, and Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo:

July 12, 2016

The Honorable Warren Slocum, President

San Mateo County Board of Supervisors

County Center

Redwood City, CA 94063

Dear President Slocum and Members of the Board:

We are unaccustomed to weighing in on County matters outside of measures and initiatives or local policy discussions, such as the recent ones about housing or sea level rise, that involve broad federal and local policies. Many of you, from time to time, have asked us to join you in support of these and other public policy efforts.

Some of you, independent of each other, have also recently asked us to comment on the decision before you today—whether to appoint or to call for an election in the matter of a replacement for the Sheriff. For a long period of time, there have been rumors that Sheriff Munks would retire early and pave the way for the Undersheriff to take this position. Whether these rumors are true or not, this has been a perception. We believe that our mutual constituents support a decision making process that is absent a perception of a pre-ordained outcome.

The office of the Sheriff is a critically important job, as we all know. We know that you share our belief that the public has a right to be heard. The question is whether an election within such a short time frame, and with one announced candidate — the Undersheriff who has been working for more than a year to become Sheriff, would allow for an even playing field on which to compete. We are not sure.

We do know that there are members of law enforcement who would be willing to compete for an appointment but who feel severely disadvantaged to compete in an election under the present circumstances. We therefore believe an appointment process should be undertaken which allows for candidates to openly apply and to be reviewed. This seems especially important in light of the recent public concerns about policing practices throughout the country.

We believe that a way to build public confidence would be for the Board to conduct an open and transparent search for a successor. We also realize that the timeframe for appointment is very short and would require you to either extend it (which may not be allowed under the charter) or to add additional board meetings to your schedule in the next month so that the public is able to participate through those meetings and perhaps, if permissible, the selection process itself.

We realize that selection of the Sheriff is customarily made by voters and have for decades always supported this process. In this instance, the voters themselves may best be served by a method that increases competition for the position and that creates a zone of evaluation that is informed by rigorous, public analysis of multiple persons.

As we all seek to increase the confidence of the public in the administration of justice, we also seek ways to demonstrate to the public that its interests are at the heart of our decisions. Inviting applications, establishing a public interview and discussion with applicants, and assuring the public of a transparent selection process will, in our judgment, help to increase confidence in the administration of justice in San Mateo County.

All the best,

Jackie Speier Anna G. Eshoo

Member of Congress Member of Congress

Almanac Article: Eshoo sees swift appointment of new sheriff as an affront.

https://www.almanacnews.com/news/2016/07/18/eshoo-sees-swift-appointment-of-new-sheriff-as-an-affront

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San Mateo County Supervisor Carole Groom does it again. She talks to the perp instead of the Whistleblower.

By Michael G. Stogner & Sarah Navratil

Good and Concerned Citizen Mark De Paula offers Carole Groom the data from the recently acquired CD-ROM from the FBI, she declines it and says she’ll talk to Carlos Bolanos. Why on earth would a representative of the residents of San Mateo County do that?

Mark De Paula posted this comment on an Almanac thread.

Posted by De Paula
a resident of another community
on Mar 31, 2018 at 11:55 am

De Paula is a registered user.

Carole Groom of District 2 Supervisor of San Mateo County called me over 4 weeks ago to tell me she voted not to appoint Carlos G. Bolanos for Sheriff in July 12, 2016, but now endorses him. I said why? Carole’s response was ” Carlos is doing a good job”. I said I would like to show you the FBI data that was sent to me on January 8, 2018. Carole’s response was I will talk to to Carlos, and I said I have the FBI data. This conversation was by her private phone 6 weeks ago.

The readers might recall that Samtrans Whistleblower Ling La was directed to contact Supervisor Carole Groom with her $2.5M FRAUD allegation, and Carole Groom went to the management of SamTrans instead of taking the FRAUD complaint. She later lied to an editor and reporter right in front of Mark De Paula. She then lied about the lie.

San Jose Mercury News article.

https://www.mercurynews.com/2014/05/07/whistleblower-says-san-mateo-county-supervisor-lied-about-offer-to-talk/

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SMC Sheriff Carlos Bolanos Abuses his Authority. Political Persecution of Sabrina Brennan a SMC Elected Official.

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Sheriff Carlos Bolanos kept a criminal investigation open way to long after they knew there was ZERO evidence of a crime being committed by Sabrina Brennan.

He than had his office forward a criminal charge recommendation to the District Attorney’s Office, again knowing there was no evidence of a crime. That was a Vicious Act that demonstrates a Moral & Integrity Void.

Background stories

https://sanmateocountynews.com/2016/11/20/its-illegal-to-file-a-false-police-report-in-san-mateo-county/

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San Mateo County Undersheriff Carlos Bolanos should have been fired on the spot. Abuse of authority.

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January 2011, Carlos Bolanos got a phone call while at home from his son Mike who was at the Pioneer Bar/Saloon in Woodside, California. He asked his dad for help. Carlos left his home and went directly to the Bar where several Sheriff Deputies were investigating a fight/assault allegation. Bolanos stopped that investigation and then made comments to the Palo Alto Daily Post, claiming his son was the victim. He wasn’t there, How would he know, plus this was an abuse of authority and his office.

Here is the front page of the Palo Alto Daily Post article which doesn’t mention the Abuse of Authority at all. You Mike Bolanos had recently been hired at the Mt. View Police Department and might have still been on Probation. Dad kept his record clear so he could remain employed.

Link to the Palo Alto Daily Post article

 

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SMC Sheriff’s Mentoring Program CPRAR. This is what caused Congresswoman Jackie Speier to call me last week.

By Michael G. Stogner & Sarah Navratil

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She asked me if I was an attorney, I said no, She asked me what I was asking San Mateo County Counsel John Beiers for. I told her I’m interested in doing a story about Carlos Bolanos and the Sheriff Mentoring Program, I thought this letter answered that question. I reminded her that I might be the only citizen that personally requested that Carlos Bolanos resign or retire in May 2007. Also I was the only citizen to speak at the BOS meeting July 12, 2016  Agenda Item 7 right after her letter to the board was read. I told her I witnessed the Illegal Coup Appointment of Carlos Bolanos to Sheriff that day.

I left off page 3 which had the people I cc: John Maltbie, Jackie Speier, Anna Eshoo, Jerry Hill

Sheriff's Mentoring Program 1

Sheriff's Mentoring Program

Lt. Christina Corpus Youtube video.

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San Carlos Councilman Ron Collins response to Mark De Paula’s request to watch a 3 minute video.

By Michael G. Stogner & Sarah Navratil

Good and Concerned Citizen Mark De Paula has invested his own Money and Time over the years to get to the truth about what really happened at 3474 Eldon Street Las Vegas, Nevada on April 21, 2007 9:30 PM. He personally flew to and spent 3 days in Las Vegas meeting with FBI and Las Vegas Metro Police.

I don’t how much time or money Ron Collins spent to get to the truth over the 11 years.

I do know that his response is pretty bizarre to a simple request to view a short video.

This is a good insight for San Carlos Voters/Residents when you take the time to go to a City Council Meeting to make your contribution, public comment to make your City better and this is the type of human being who is listening.

Dear Mr. De Paula,
I will not be withdrawing my endorsement for Sheriff Bolanos.  Really, 11 years ago?  And you connecting him with sex trafficking of minors?  Are you saying he’s a child sex trafficker? That’s an  irresponsible accusation, and diminishes you.  At what point do you get beyond these kinds of incidents?  Clearly 11 years is not enough for you.  Shall it be 15, 20, or never?  Get over it, and please do not email me again, or ever talk to me should you get elected to the San Mateo City Council.
Ron Collins
Ron Collins
San Carlos City Council
650.802.4161
City fo Good Living
Note to Ron Collins, Mark De Paula is not running for City of San Mateo Council. Mark DePaula simply asked you to please withdraw your endorsement of Carlos Bolanos if you did endorse him and please watch a 3 minute video. Why are you so Hostile about this topic?
Update: Mark Melville Candidate for Sheriff 2018 did invest 3 minutes of his time to watch Mark De Paula’s Presentation to the Board of Supervisor on March 13, 2018 during Public Comment. “I watched Mr. De Paula’s presentation it proves that Former Sheriff Greg Munks and Carlos Bolanos are Liars.”
Ron Collins has blocked Mark De Paula from e-mail. I bet he wishes he could have blocked whoever sent him this e-mail.
Subject: Carols Bolanos and You
If you are receiving this email it is because you or a friend have endorsed a man who has either a) As a career lawman stood outside an obvious illegal brothel while his boss, the Sheriff of San Mateo County had sex with a probably minor sex-slave inside, or; b) Waited inside the brothel for his turn at the child sex-slaves while his boss was busy in one of the bedrooms.
There is no upside for you here. Add in the fact that it has now been alleged by an apparent SMCSO Deputy that Bolanos and Munks offered false IDs and were arrested and taken downtown before being bailed out by Gallagher, Kearnan and Sanchez and then add in the fact that the people who bailed them out appear to have been promoted ahead of grade and position up to the point of retirement as Assistant Sheriffs.
Carlos Bolanos is a toxic waste heap that is going to devour you if you remain supportive of him. Several smart local politicians have already pulled their endorsements of him. You must do the same or you risk deservedly and ignominiously going down with him in the fallout of your support for law enforcement officers who facilitated or solicited child-slaves in the service of their “needs.”
Dump Bolanos now. It is the only even remotely smart political choice you have. And announce it to the world when you do. Anything less and you risk being associated with Carols Bolanos forever.

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“You don’t need to call me about this topic ever again.” Carlos Bolanos

Stogner Says:
This is my favorite Carlos Bolanos Quote. Made in 2007

“You don’t need to call me about this topic ever again.”

He was San Mateo County’s Undersheriff when he made this comment. He should had been FIRED on the spot by County Manager, Board of Supervisors, and of course the Sheriff.
He was found inside the single family residence with the Sheriff they were both detained as customers of Human Trafficked Sex Slaves handcuffed and placed in a lineup that is when they informed the swat team that they were the Sheriff & UnderSheriff of San Mateo County.

Any SMC elected official (D.H.) who claims he was outside or in the limo is calling two LVMPD Officers Bill Cassell & Lt. Karen Hughes Liars. They both were working that night.

Quote from HMBR today 11 years of Carlos Bolanos refusing to answer any questions about Operation Doll House, now we get this. “I don’t know that there’s much to say about nothing that happened 11 years ago,” Bolanos said.

HMBR Article: 

http://www.hmbreview.com/news/law-enforcement-veterans-seek-sheriff-s-post/article_ca6138e0-3e6a-11e8-9248-6fb755435b9b.html

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