Zain Jaffer former San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez finds himself in exactly the Situation you claim you want to HELP.
Zain Jaffer, “I was incredibly fortunate that I was able to defend myself through the legal system, but I am aware that many others are not. Moving forward, I plan on examining ways that I can help.
“Being wrongfully accused of these crimes has been a terrible experience, which has had a deep and lasting impact on my family and the employees of my business. Those closest to me knew I was innocent and were confident that all of the charges against me would eventually be dismissed,” said Mr. Jaffer. “I want to thank the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office for carefully reviewing and considering all of the information and evidence in this case and dropping all the charges. I am also incredibly grateful for the continued and unwavering support of my wife and family, and look forward to spending some quality time with them.”
Mr. Jaffer said he appreciates that justice was served in his case and that he wants to help other people who find themselves in similar situations. “I was incredibly fortunate that I was able to defend myself through the legal system, but I am aware that many others are not. Moving forward, I plan on examining ways that I can help others who are innocent and are seeking to obtain justice.”
The above statement was word-crafted and prepared by Mr. Jaffer’s Public Relations firm Sitrick And Company before his July 2, 2018 court appearance.
Sitrick And Company Terry Fahn or Stuart Pfeifer (310) 788-2850
In my 22 years of reporting on San Mateo County Court cases I have never seen a Defense Attorney file documents with the court claiming a Sheriff Detective and a San Mateo County Superior Court Judge both committed Perjury in this case.
Defense Attorney Tony Serra “SMCSO Detective Andrew Armando committed Perjury.”
Defense Attorney Tony Serra, “Judge Joseph Scott has Perjured Himself”
LOPEZ, JUAN PABLO
Unknown Offense Code
PC532(a)-FEL-Obtaining Money, Labor Or Property By False Pretenses
PC115(a)-FEL-Procuring And Offering False Or Forged Instrument
Foster City Council does it again. Wow what an exciting Plan.
TODAY: Foster City To Be Cited for Gander Slander at Goose Massacre Protest
The National Goose Protection Coalition will hand-deliver a Gander Slander citation for Foster City. Image: Sofia Lacerda
FOSTER CITY, Calif. (July 25, 2022) — In Defense of Animals’ National Goose Protection Coalition has issued a Gander Slander citation to the Council of Foster City for approving plans to kill up to 100 Canada geese. Outraged Foster City residents and local goose advocates spoke up for Foster City geese during the city council meeting on July 18 to no avail, as reported by NBC. In Defense of Animals and local goose advocates will protest this controversial decision and hand-deliver a Gander Slander citation on Monday, July 25 at city hall.
“Foster City’s decision to break the necks of up to 100 geese is despicable — and it won’t work,” said Lisa Levinson, Campaigns Director at In Defense of Animals. “New geese will be attracted to plentiful resources in the area, and the killing cycle will start all over again. Nonlethal goose stewardship practices are available now, but the Council of Foster City chose to kill innocent animals instead. That’s why our National Goose Protection Coalition charged the agency with Gander Slander. Compassion must be a guiding principle for decisions related to the wellbeing of geese, who are our wild animal neighbors.”
According to Foster City’s July 18 Canada Goose Population Management Plan Update, the city plans to spend $86,240.00 to kill up to 100 geese, which amounts to $860 per goose, an astronomical waste of taxpayer funds.
“We urge the council to accept the generous offer from the Animal Protection League of New Jersey, an esteemed member of our coalition that specializes in nonlethal goose-human conflict resolution,” continued Levinson. On July 20, the Animal Protection League of New Jersey offered to pay for a panel of experts in landscape restoration and modern technology to develop an effective non-lethal program to allow human coexistence with wildlife.
“My family, my neighbors, and I are appalled to learn that our representatives are deciding to kill a large number of wildlife against the wishes of the citizens and against the advice of multiple wildlife experts and organizations,” said 25-year Foster City resident Chanah Angelica Kamen in her letter to the Mayor and Council of Foster City on July 20.
“I was present for the meeting on Monday, and it is clear to me that this council is disregarding a large number of alternative non-lethal methods, as if we are in a time-sensitive crisis. There is no such crisis. My family and I have lived here for so long, and never have we found issue with these innocent animals, who deserve our care, rather than cruelty, for simply existing,” continued Kamen. “We do not want this hasty and wrongful decision bringing shame to our community.”
The Council of Foster City has received opposition emails from over 15,000 In Defense of Animals supporters, urging them to cancel the cruel and ineffective goose massacre. Geese are generally killed in summer when they molt and cannot fly away. It’s also when they have their babies, making them especially vulnerable to heartless and violent trap and kill plans. Foster City plans to kill goose families by breaking their necks.
Goose massacres are repeated annually because they are a temporary solution. When geese are trapped and killed, new geese repopulate the same area since they are attracted to plentiful resources of food, water, and shelter. Non-lethal strategies such as landscape modifications and changes in human behavior provide a permanent, effective, long-term solution that doesn’t involve animal cruelty.
“What boggles my mind is how long I have had to fight a bunch of city officials to not kill animals for no reason,” said protest organizer Erik Allen. “Geese aren’t raising bacteria levels, look at the results. It’s stagnant Bay water. Too much poop on the ground? Ok, hire people to pick it up so residents don’t have to worry about their kids eating it. Many cities battle reports of sidewalk poop, yet no one thought to kill dogs, not even when they stepped in their poop. Experts on the issue have offered advice, resources, money, and time, but instead Foster City’s council cut corners and gave up because they are so thirsty for the blood of baby animals.”
In Defense of Animals’ National Goose Protection Coalition issues Gander Slander citations to decision-makers who choose lethal measures when long-term, effective, nonlethal stewardship practices are readily available. The Coalition was formed in 2019 to help concerned citizens stop goose cruelty in their communities.
The National Goose Protection Coalition has issued a Gander Slander citation. Image: In Defense of Animals
In Defense of Animals and Foster City residents are protesting to stop Foster City from becoming the goose slaughtering capital of California.
What: Let the Foster City Geese Live Protest & Exhibition
Where: City Hall of Foster City, 610 Foster City Blvd., Foster City, CA 94404
When: Monday, July 25, 4:15 – 6:30 p.m. PT
Who: In Defense of Animals and Foster City residents
In Defense of Animals is an international animal protection organization based in Marin county, California with over 250,000 supporters and a 39-year history of fighting for animals, people, and the environment through education and campaigns, as well as hands-on rescue facilities in India, South Korea, and rural Mississippi. www.idausa.org/geese
Of the more than 29,000 signatures on the Petition regarding the Suspicious Death of a Police Officer in his Daly City Apartment sometime between January 19, 2020, and January 21, 2020. How many are the Daly City Council members.
I support the Edais family in their request for a simple Audit of the Daly City Police Department’s actions that morning after receiving the January 21, 2020 1:59 AM 911 call. The lightening speed at which they solved an Unattended/Suspicious Death case should be awarded if it holds up to a Simple Audit. It should be taught in all Death Investigations throughout the United States of America. The short version is the first patrol officer simply believed every word that was spoken to her from what any Reasonable Person would have at least considered a potential suspect for a certain time period. The case was CLOSED upon arrival of the Daly City Police Department. Within 45 minutes of being on scene DCPD Officer Lorena Reyes called for the Coroner.
Please sign this petition if you think that sounds a little strange.