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“What about all of the pornography you are sending each other.” Munks and his crew just froze.

By, Michael G. Stogner

I wish I had known about this comment that was made in October 2014 at the Moonridge Half Moon Bay Property owned by Mid-Pen Housing. Mid-Pen Housing Staff would not allow me to attend, so I did not hear this comment that night and I didn’t read it until this week. The very Brave & Proud Female San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy sent me the 16 page document titled Gross Misconduct in the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Department” It was about Pornography and a Violent Rape Video being shared among 45 male employees at the Sheriff’s Office on San Mateo County Computers.

Then one Hispanic woman stood up and shouted at Munks and the deputies : “What about all of the pornography you are sending each other?”

The attendee at the meeting said Munks and his crew just froze.

This was just 3 years after Sheriff Munks and UnderSheriff Carlos G. Bolanos were Caught and Detained INSIDE a single family residence at 3474 Eldon Street, Las Vegas, Nevada on April 21, 2007, by the FBI and LVMPD. The home had Human Trafficked Sex Slaves including a Minor.

This is just one of the many reasons I would not recommend children being involved with the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Activities League (SAL).

What did any of San Mateo County Elected Officials do about this report? Ask them.

Ask Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos What did he do about it?

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Dave Price should explain this to SMC Residents.

Michael G. Stogner

Dave Price Palo Alto Daily Post

In 2018 he made this false statement: “And nobody has been able to prove that Bolanos did anything more than stand outside that brothel while Munks went inside.” Bill Cassell proved it.

Everybody and their mother knows that San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos was INSIDE the single family residence located at 3474 Eldon Street, Las Vegas Nevada, on April 21, 2007 in an FBI Sting Operation called Operation Dollhouse. The house was full of Sex Slaves including a Minor, also in the house was $25,000 cash and 3,500 Ecstasy tablets.

LVMPD Spokesperson Bill Cassell said “his officers came into contact with both Munks and Bolanos INSIDE one of the residences.”

Palo Alto Online Article April 24, 2007

Elections are expensive in San Mateo County, this is why, How are the residents supposed to be informed when there is so much misinformation being publsihed.

In 2018 Candidate Mark D. Melville told every Editor including Dave Price, that his boss Carlos G. Bolanos is a LIAR, not one Newspaper passed that information on to their readers, Why?

Mark D. Melville has always said he will be on the ballot in this next election of 2022

The Residents of San Mateo County can reach him by phone:650-730-3187

He is not looking for Endorsements from the “Those Who Matter” elected officials or the Print Media.

Just imagine if the 7 print media editors had simply informed the 750,000 residents of that one simple statement ” My boss Carlos G. Bolanos is a LIAR.” Mark Melville most likely would be San Mateo County’s Sheriff already.

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Ali Winston Investigative Reporter has reported SMC Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos, is an alleged Member of Oath Keepers.

By Michael G. Stogner

Yesterday September 30, 2021 at 3:30 PM I published this article.

Investigative Reporter Ali Winston wrote on Twitter

“You think it’s bad in New York City?”

Well also included in the alleged Oath Keeper data is Carlos G. Bolanos.

Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos of San Mateo County California.

Listing is attached to to his government issued e-mail

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Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos and Captain Christina Corpus. Conflict of Interest, Includes Appearance.

By Michael G. Stogner

Simple Questions, Who else was involved? Did you recover the $232.084.51? Why did you think it was OK to Investigate this in the first place?

San Mateo County has three candidates for Sheriff in the next Election of 2022. I didn’t mention Mark D. Melville in the title because he fully understands the topic of Conflict of Interest.

I am confident the other two also understand the topic, the difference is they don’t care, they both chose to be involved in the Criminal Investigation of the San Mateo County Sheriff Activities League (SAL) Embezzlement & Money Laundering case.

Here is what we do know from Captain Jeffrey C, Kearnan, “per Gigi, SAL has Never been Audited.” That is a Bad Thing, and “We can not account for $232,084.51.”

We also know that the Sheriff’s Office knew from May 11, 2020 that more people were involved than just Barbara Bonilla.

From: Gigi Mangini

To Captain Christina Corpus and Captain Jeffrey C. Kearnan
Date: Mon, May 11, 2020 at 10:28 AM
Subject: Re: Target Gift Cards
Thanks Christina.
Now this is more than just BB ordering her staff around. This is mismanagement of cash – and now it is not just BB.

San Mateo County Residents should say Thank You to John Charles Ullom for all of his work on this.

JCU’s Work product, page 248 has the $232,084.51

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x FBI Agents Michael Langeman and Jay Abbott should be Criminally Charged.

By Michael G. Stogner

Nobody is above the Law, except “Those Who Matter.”

The inspector general said Abbott applied for the job at USAG but did not get it, and when confronted later, falsely claimed he never applied. Abbott retired from the FBI amid the internal investigation. Both he and Langeman lied to the inspector general agents about their roles in the Larry Nassar case, according to Horowitz’s report, but Justice Department officials declined to prosecute them for false statements. WHY?

Nassar was arrested by authorities in Michigan in late 2016. The report found that in the time between the FBI being alerted to the allegations and his eventual arrest, Nassar went on to abuse about 70 more victims, though lawyers for those victims say the figure is more like 120.

Indianapolis office never opened an investigation or assessment of Nassar when the allegations were brought to them.

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Clay Lambert, Half Moon Bay Review credits John Ullom in the Sheriff’s Activities League Embezzlement and Money Laundering case now closed.

By Michael G. Stogner

San Mateo County is a News and Information Service online only. The Half Moon Bay Review is one of the Print News Media in San Mateo County. To my knowledge it is the only print media to report to the residents of San Mateo County about the Corruption and Conflict of Interest in the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office under the leadership of Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos and every Sheriff Employee who participated in the Investigation of Itself, which is a Conflict of Interest . That included Sheriff Captain Christina Corpus.

Thank You Clay Lambert.

Sad case of SAL theft comes to unsatisfying end
By Clay Lambert

“You don’t just pick up cash that belongs to your employer, pass it around, spend it as you see fit, and not document the spending.”
So writes a San Mateo County accountant in an email to investigators in the middle of the sad case of Barbara Bonilla, a case that ended last week with another black eye for the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and a feeling that justice is not always found in our courtrooms.
Bonilla was the executive director of the Sheriff’s Activities League before resigning last year when federal agents joined Sheriff’s investigators for a trip down the rabbit hole that has been SAL finances through the years. On Sept. 15, she exited a Superior Court Review by accepting a no contest plea to one of seven felony counts — theft of more than $950. It’s a shockingly disappointing deal given the level of public swindle.

A treasure trove of emails unearthed through public records requests meticulously categorized by Half Moon Bay resident John Ullom reveals so many misappropriations right under the Sheriff’s nose that they are difficult to count. At one point, the program’s accountant is made aware of $232,084.51 missing from SAL coffers. At another, she literally exclaims that Bonilla couldn’t account for another $75,000 in donations.
As if misappropriating money from a program designed to help at-promise youth wasn’t upsetting enough, consider that Bonilla got away with it for years in plain sight of the best-known names in county law enforcement. The program was established when San Mateo County Supervisor Don Horsley was sheriff and he praised her as late as last year. Bonilla served as campaign manager for current Sheriff Carlos Bolanos in 2018, a period during which SAL funds went missing. The organization’s board of directors included District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe and other prominent leaders in the Sheriff’s Office.

How low did it go? The accounting suggests that Bonilla pocketed $5,980 in cash collected for selling Costco cheesecake at the 2019 Half Moon Bay Art and Pumpkin Festival. Those who bought the dessert had every reason to believe they were helping kids in the county get a leg up, not lining the pockets of the program’s director.
Perhaps most unfortunate, the brazen theft from within the Sheriff’s Office has tarnished a program that is very important, particularly here on the coast where relations between the community and the region’s de facto police force has been strained in recent years by troubling police shootings and charges of racial profiling. There have been SAL chapters in La Honda, Pescadero and the area surrounding Half Moon Bay, and the program has typically served 3,500 San Mateo County kids between the ages of 5 and 18 each year. Three-fourths of the children who benefit from everything from soccer games and reading materials to trips to peer conferences are of Latino heritage, according to the organization’s website.

Given the nature of the theft and the level of public disappointment, the settlement agreement is galling. Bonilla will serve no jail time after her plea. Six felony charges were dropped and the remaining charge will be reduced to a misdemeanor after a year’s probation or the minute she pays $13,706.35 in restitution plus another $400 in fees. It doesn’t seem like much to pay for misappropriating thousands of dollars in public money meant for children, laughing at the goodwill of donors like the Silicon Valley Community Foundation and bringing shame on county law enforcement.
— Clay Lambert

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San Fransisco International Airport requires all Employees to be Vaccinated.

By Michael G. Stogner

SFO is located in San Mateo County.

San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos is still refusing to answer San Mateo County questions about his Policy regarding Vaccinations for the 800 San Mateo County Sheriff Employees.

We just don’t know how many Sheriff Deputy, Sergeants, Captains etc are vaccinated.

Sheriff Bolanos is a candidate for Sheriff in 9 months and refuses to tell the public what his policy is.

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San Bruno City Council Special Meeting at 5PM Tonight.

By Michael G. Stogner

Topic: Discuss Investigation Involving Mayor Rico E. Medina and consider and /or take actions regarding the findings.

Investigation by Who?

San Bruno Link to Zoom Meeting

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SMC School Children and Gingko Bioworks

Letter to Editor.

The $1.6B Gingko Bioworks covid/dna testing many SMC school kids starts trading publicly today after what was likely a forty day pre-IPO/pre-Merger quiet period:

Pooled COVID testing for kids through Gingko Bioworks works like this.  
1.  Parents opt in online 
with name, sex, race, ethnicity and once a week schools participating students in each class by nasal swab, all students throw their swab in a shared container (thinking putting marbles in a jar) and submit to a Gingko Bioworks lab.

2.  The lab tests the swabs en masse, then separates each swab, deconvolutes the DNA samples (think of pulling marbles out of the shared container) and matches them  to the name/sex/race/ethnicity/family information entry,  and permanently adds them to GB’s 40M sample DNA library, the largest in the world.
Once your child’s DNA has been submitted it cannot be revoked per:

3.  Typically forty eight hours after intitial test, results are returned and individual classrooms are notified of COVID positives.

4.  Typically seventy two hours after test positives every parent of an affected school is notified.

5.  Covid positives that occur Monday or Tuesay may be added to the previous week due to a delayed onset of symptoms

Gingko Bioworks appears to have been in a pre-IPO/merger forty day quiet period, but now anyone with questions on the testing process for students can call at 877-HACK-DNA, write 27 Drydock Avenue, 8th Floor,Boston, MA 02210 or by fill out an online form at:


Dan Stegink

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Barbara Bonilla’s Criminal case settled today.

By Michael G. Stogner

Barbara Bonilla

Barbara Bonilla Case # 20SF013661A is over. She accepted a plea deal from Rob Bonta the State of California Attorney General’s Office this afternoon at 4:15 PM. You will recall she was investigated for Embezzlement and Money Laundering by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office which was strange since she was an employee of the Sheriff’s Office also the A.G. was Investigating at the same time.

She was charged with 7 Felonies, today she plead No Contest to Count One only, theft of more than $950.00

The six other Felony Charges were dismissed. She will serve NO Jail Time.

Her Felony will be reduced to a Misdemeanor after 1 yr of probation.

She must pay Sheriff Activity League (SAL) $13,706.35

She was Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos’s Campaign Manager in the 2018 election for Sheriff.

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