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Daly City Swat Officers “Heroes” according to Steve Wagstaffe. Lets Review the facts.

By Michael G. Stogner

In 2014 Errol Chang was killed inside his home in Pacifica by two Daly City Police Swat Team Officers. They were both ordered to enter the tiny home by who knows who of the Daly City Swat Command after being on scene for only 6 hours. They entered and assaulted Errol’s space and shot him in the chest 8 times killing him on the spot.

The Pacifica Police on the other hand did everything right. They were first on the scene and were in communication with Errol and his family members and nobody got hurt and they tried to calm him down to get him the help his family was trying to accomplish.

The question I have for Who knows Who in charge of the Daly City Swat Team that night is, What was your hurry?What did you think was going to happen when your two guys broke into the only safe space Errol had? What was your Plan?

Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said:

Officers Mario Busalacchi and Stephen Woelkers “undoubtedly saved the life” of Busalacchi by shooting and killing 34-year-old Errol Chang in the home he shared with his mother at 384 San Pedro Ave.

Daly City’s “Who knows Who,” could have saved Errol Chang’s life by not ordering Busalacchi & Woelkers into the house in the first place.

A special note and commendation for the conduct of Officers Busalacchi and Woelkers must be made. It is our belief that both officers conducted themselves in a professional, reasonable and proper manner and to the last moment sought to avoid the very result demanded by the conduct of Errol Chang. The reaction of both officers to the threat of imminent death to Ofr. Busalacchi is to be commended. Officer Busalacchi faced a remarkably dangerous situation, knowing that an angry, irrational and armed man was now raising the knife to stab him again. When he found it necessary to resort to lethal force, he did so in a manner that probably saved his own life. Ofr. Woelker’s conduct in seeking to prevent further attack and the likely death of his fellow officer was equally commendable. The conduct of the officers in this case can only be described as exemplary and the community was well served by their actions. 

Daly City Police Department provided assistance with the investigation. Any reasonable person would know that this is a Bad Idea aka known as a Huge Conflict of Interest.

I hope you noticed what I call Wagstaffe 101 “very result demanded by the conduct of Errol Chang,” Always blame the deceased for his/her own death.

I don’t think Daly City Swat Officers deserve any commendation for following orders they knew meant finish this and kill him. When you put yourself in harms way, and then kill the person I don’t think that is bravery.

This Swat Team assault on the home after only six hours should be compared with the Redwood City Police and San Mateo County Sheriff Swat Teams combined 17.5 hour Standoff of James (Jim) McGee in Redwood City. Totally different outcome. Walked out said hi to his friends he was former RWCPD Officer nobody injured, no doors smashed in you get the picture.

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David Canepa and Bill Silverfarb no response to simple question.

By Michael G. Stogner

Daly City Manager Shawnna Maltbie remains silent. It’s been 24 days since somebody from her Police Department killed Roger Allen. Each City in San Mateo County is responsible for the behavior of their Police Department. I now know that Mayor Juslyn Manalo has no authority over her Police Chief Patrick Hensley because she said several times in the April 26, 2021 Zoom meeting that she had asked the Chief for those names. She never said what his response was, she also said the names would be release Wednesday the 28th but that did not happen. So that leaves City Manager Shawnna Maltbie this is exactly why you have a City Manager in the first place, One person who is Responsible for the Police Department besides the Police Chief. Dave and Bill could have answered my e-mail in a minute they both know the answer they chose not to.

The Maltbie Family is San Mateo County Government which is “Those Who Matter.” Can anyone else think of one family that has four members involved in SMC Government, Jeff Maltbie son of John Maltbie is the City Manager of San Carlos, Shawnna Maltbie married to Jeff Maltbie, and Jayme Ackemann daughter of John Maltbie was a SamTrans Official during the Fraud non Investigation by the SMCDA’s Office. From her Twitter account: I said it. And I meant it. Writer RWC Climate Magazine:

Any reasonable person would know that Shawnna Maltbie should have disclosed the names of the four Daly City Police Officers Involved in the Homicide of Roger Allen within 24 hours of April 7, 2021.

Any reasonable person would know that Shawnna Maltbie should have FIRED Daly City Police Chief Patrick Hensley within 24 hours of this Homicide.

I can just imagine the conversations between the four Maltbie Family members. How do we control the message and the public. In other words Maltbie 101 how to run a Government.https://sanmateocountynews.com/2021/04/30/daly-city-swat-officers-heroes-according-to-steve-wagstaffe-lets-review-the-facts/

Small World Those Who Matter.
John Maltbie and Bill Silverfarb

I sent this e-mail to the President of the Board of Supervisors and one of his top aides for two reasons.

David Canepa used to be the Mayor of Daly City and he would certainly know the answer.

Bill Silverfarb use to be a former newspaper reporter and editor who works in county government now. Worked for the San Mateo Daily Journal for 17 years and if he didn’t know the answer I was sure he could find out that answer in no time.

Michael Stogner <michaelgstogner@yahoo.com>To:Dave Canepa, Bill Silverfarb Fri, Apr 23 at 6:15 PM

Hello Dave and Bill,
I know you two would know the answer to this question. Steve Wagstaffe has told me the Police Chief of Daly City could identify the 4 Police Officers involved in the death of Roger Allen on April 7, 2021. Of course naming them doesn’t mean that any wrong doing or crime has been committed. As you know it’s been 17 days and the Police Chief has chosen his behavior.


I’m just curious does City Manager Shawnna Maltbie have the sole authority to fire Patrick Hensley?

Does the Mayor have that sole authority or does the City Council have that Authority?

Thank You
Michael G. Stogner 

The Media and “Those Who Matter” Modern Media’s Efforts to make a story out of a non story Yesterday’s News by tomorrow e-mails back and forth between San Mateo County’s top FOUR Law Enforcement Officials.

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Daly City releases names of the 4 Officers. 23 days after Homicide of Roger Allen.

By Michael G. Stogner

Mayor Juslyn Manalo promised the April 26, 2021 ZOOM Meeting with over 130 participants the names of the 4 Police Officers Involved in the Homicide of Roger Allen would be released on Wednesday through a Press Release. That did NOT Happen. As a matter of fact the names have not been released per a Press Release period. Somebody sent a scoop to a news media favorite.

Mayor Juslyn Manalo

Who from Daly City released these names that Police Chief Patrick Hensley knew on April 7, 2021.

It wasn’t City Manager Shawnna Maltbie.

It wasn’t Assistant Manager Stephen Stolte.

It wasn’t Mayor Juslyn Manalo

Here are the names:

Lt. Michael Brennan Investigation Commander was a Swat Team Leader in 2012-2017.

Nicholas McCarthy

Cameron Newton

Rosa Brenes

Now today 23 days after the Homicide of Roger Allen by DCPD Officers we now have a Ruger instead of a Glock. And now it is a BB gun instead of a FAKE gun, whatever that is.

Ruger vs. Glock is a Big Deal.

Remember from start to finish was 16 minutes according to Hensley and Wagstaffe. When I say finish I mean in the ambulance and it left the crime scene.

What was Lt. Michael Brennan Investigation Commander doing at a disabled truck with a flat tire “we are here to assist you” incident?

Who released the names? Why wasn’t that done on day one, and why wasn’t it done on the ZOOM Meeting.

Who controls the data?

Who controls the narrative?

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This is what a protest looks like.

By Michael G. Stogner

A single woman sitting in the street soon surrounded by Law Enforcement, When a Concerned Citizen who also is a Medical Healthcare Worker comes to her aide, Soon an Ambulance arrives that she did not ask for and their services were declined and at the very end all Law Enforcement and Ambulance left the scene. The protester was simply protesting and had this not been for the Citizen who stopped to she if she was ok and realized that she was protesting stayed with her to make sure she was safe. Not to many others joined her and she didn’t care.

We can learn from this.

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Thank You, Maurice Goodman

By Michael G. Stogner

I say Thank You Maurice Goodman for mentioning Chinedu Valentine Okobi who I say is San Mateo County’s George Floyd. He also mention SMC’s most recent Homicide by 4 Unidentified Daly City Police Officers of Roger Allen who was killed on April 7, 2021. He did not mention the May 5, 2020 Homicide of Sandra Lee Harmon in Half Moon Bay by Sheriff Deputies but I understand his Opinion Piece is about Black and Brown modern day lynchings Sandra Harmon was white.

Daly City Manager Shawnna Maltbie is OK with her Police Chief Patrick Hensley NOT Identifying the 4 Police Officers Involved in the Roger Allen Homicide.

It’s great to see a San Mateo County Elected Official speaking up about the obvious.

Maurice Goodman

Enough is Enough

Maurice Goodman

The community’s relationship with police departments across the country is largely fractured because of a lack of trust and the lack of accountability enforced.

Like many Black and brown Americans, anxiety and anticipation surrounded the Derek Chauvin trial that has now resulted in a guilty verdict. A verdict where a former police officer was found guilty of the killing George Floyd, a modern-day lynching reminiscent of that of Emmett Till and so many other black men and women in America.

Our nation and most specifically the Black community have rarely seen white male officers held accountable for killing Black people. Apprehension, fear and anger remain as, no matter how indisputable the charges and the evidence, our fractured criminal justice system will falter.

More than 100 unarmed people having been killed or brutalized by police since George Floyd was murdered last summer, the trial of Derek Chauvin for killing George Floyd serves as a reminder of the urgent need to pass legislation to hold police accountable, change the culture of law enforcement and build trust between law enforcement and our communities by preventing police brutality and allowing survivors and families of victim’s access to accountability and justice. Congress must act as a first step to addressing the ongoing issue of police brutality at the federal level by ending qualified immunity and enacting a federal database, so we have transparency with the law enforcement that serves our community. Locally, there must be a continued focus on training with an emphasis on proven best practices to provide more restrictive use-of-force standards.

Coupled with training, departments, city, county and state leaders must also address the need for more accountability; officers who kill or brutalize people should be prosecuted and convicted. The standards that must be met to prosecute officers for unconstitutional acts are significant. Current law requires evidence that an officer intended to kill someone. The standard should call for prosecution when an officer is reckless, kills or brutalizes someone. The standard in the courtroom shouldn’t be whether Derek Chauvin meant to kill George Floyd or not. George Floyd is dead at the hands of an officer sworn to serve the public and enforce the law. Those responsible must be held accountable to send the message that we as a society will not tolerate police recklessness and abuse of authority.

Another area for reform is transparency; the public deserves to know if officers are corrupt, dangerous and/or abusive. Dangerous officers should be prevented from moving from one department to another to avoid accountability. We should not have to wait for such federal legislation to do so, local and state authorities should lead in this area if we are to truly protect and serve our communities in any meaningful way. Any officer under investigation for any form of misconduct or potentially criminal act against a person should be identified in a timely and transparent manner to prevent such officer the luxury to voluntarily leave a position only to be hired as an officer elsewhere. Departments and cities should inform the public about an officer’s history of disciplinary action by recording it in an accessible database.

Lastly, and arguably the most important reform of all is a recommitment to decency and humanity. From racial and religious profiling to inherit bias during simple stops or police interactions, there is a multitude of starting points for evaluating the lens officers use while policing, and just as officers and their loved ones want them to make it home at the end of their shift in a chosen career with known risks, it is that same expectation that people of color and their loved ones have, yet there shouldn’t be any anticipated risks with simply being Black or brown. The call for justice comes at a monumental cost, that this nation will need to start paying back immediately through legislation that enforces accountability on our law enforcement and justice system.

Countless victims like George Floyd, Philando Castile, Breonna Taylor, Derrick Gaines, Chinedu Okobi, and now Daunte Wright and Roger Allen, have had their obituaries reopened, edited, rewritten, day after day. Our country has been relegated to no longer allowing the victim to rest in peace, but forcing their lives to be marred by public perception, criticism and opinions as a method of rationalizing death as if our lives are expendable. What we’ve all witnessed during this trial has confirmed what we saw in the video. Derek Chauvin murdered George Floyd. Enough is enough.

Maurice Goodman is a trustee on the San Mateo County Community College District Board of Trustees; assistant treasurer, NAACP, San Mateo branch; and executive director of a community-based nonprofit that focuses on community and police relations. He lives in South San Francisco.

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COVID-19 Reality vs. Happy Talk

By Michael G. Stogner

Last night I watched my favorite sport Fast-Pitch Softball Alabama vs. Tennessee and Washington vs. Arizona. Last week I did the same Southern States, the fans were maskless. What stuck out to me about last night was one of the girls was wearing a face covering while she was up to bat. There is no question a mask makes it harder to breath, and yet this athlete knew something, her Health is more important than a Game.

I was fortunate enough to read the Crimson Contagion Functional Exercise of 2019 in March of 2020. San Mateo County participated in it. I made my own choices of my personal behavior in March of 2020 because of that report.

Crimson Contagion Exercise 2019

Below is from Todays’ LATIMES

B.1.1.7 U.K. Variant

The B.1.1.7 variant is thought to be as much as 50% more transmissible than other widely circulating variants, and a study published this week in the journal Nature suggests it is 61% more likely to cause severe disease or death.

Minnesota’s experience with the B.1.1.7 variant has also raised concerns about another of its attributes: its apparent ability to spread to and sicken children and young adults more readily than other strains. In Minnesota, one-third of the new cases were seen in people younger than 20.

You are responsible for your Health and Safety Not the Chamber of Commerce.

Best of Health to you and your loved ones.

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Redwood City Police 3 Confessions thrown out on Miranda Rights grounds.

By Michael G. Stogner

The question that needs to be asked is, What the Hell happened at the Redwood City Police Department?

San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Robert D. Foiles informed both the Prosecution and the Defense yesterday the all three Confessions would be suppressed on Miranda and would Not be Allowed in the Jury Trial.

Daniel Contreras was arrested in August 2015 for sexually molesting and brutal beating death of a 17 month old girl.

Daniel Contreras will be sentenced on April 23, 2021, 33 years to life. I am personally opposed to the death penalty but I must admit after attending a hearing on this case I felt this man deserves the death penalty.

That’s 5 1/2 years that San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe and Redwood City Police Chief Mulholland and his officers knew or should have known the THREE Confessions would be thrown out

Who is responsible for the behavior of Law Enforcement in San Mateo County? I say You the Residents are, I suggest you audit their behavior, Remember RWCPD still has two sets of Daily Log books on who gets arrested the City Council and Attorney are fine with that.

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Juan P. Lopez former San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy in Court Today.

By Michael G. Stogner

Update: Court cancelled Today Next date is Tuesday 9:00 AM Same numbers as below

To listen TODAY at 2:00PM call 1-206-279-9591 Code 631595

DDA Kimberly A. Perotti is continuing forward with her Brady Officers line up, starting with Jordan Boyd San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office Investigating Officer. You might ask what is a Brady Officer, that is a Law Enforcement Officer who is Dishonest. Jordon Boyd’s work product in the Lopez case was highlighted when he took Juan Lopez’s Drivers License from him and by just looking at it informed Juan that it was Suspended out of Los Angeles. That’s pretty amazing Detective work.

He also worked on the Chinedu V. Okobi Homicide by SIX SMC Sheriff Employees and most recently the Sandra Lee. Harmon Homicide by two SMC Sheriff Employees in Half Moon Bay May 5, 2020 he edited and placed misleading captions on the Videos he got from the AXON EVIDENCE.com. He knew that Sandra Lee Harmon did NOT fire first, He knew she was shot at while unarmed, and he knew three shell casings were moved and relocated at the Crime scene and didn’t say Boo about it. I would say that qualifies as being Dishonest.

DDA Kimberly A. Perotti wants to make sure the Jury doesn’t hear about any collateral consequences Juan P. Lopez has experienced as a result of the investigation, execution of search warrants, his 2 arrests and subsequent court proceedings in this case. Including any employment or employability consequences; embarrassment or shame; or any other affects resulting from members of the community learning of the investigation and prosecution.

Evidence of or reference to these topics is IRRELEVANT.

Ms. Perotti doesn’t mention her office Knowingly filing False Criminal Charges most dismissed already against a 27 year Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez with no criminal history. It’s simple she couldn’t care less.

How is SMCDA Inspector Jordon Boyd still on this case? It should also be noted the Inspector Jordan Boyd’s Boss is San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office Supervisor William Massey. Everybody in the Sheriff’s Office, County Counsel’s Office and the DA’s Office knows about his Misconduct towards Juan P. Lopez and his girlfriend from day one.

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Kevin Mullin names Rosanne Foust Why?

By Michael G. Stogner

Did he consider naming Barbara Bonilla? She was one of San Mateo County’s most successful Fundraisers. Instead he names Jim Hartnett’s wife what a surprise. Right as San Mateo County was hearing about COVID-19 Virus spreading around the world Rosanne Foust goes into public education business again just like she did with Measure K.

March 13, 2020

‘Just facts on virus, not fear’: SAMCEDA aims to educate

San Mateo Daily Journal | 2020-03-13

Facts about the coronavirus, not fear, is the goal of San Mateo County Economic Development Association, executive Rosanne Foust says. “We don’t want to feed into the frenzy,” Foust said.

Has she done anything in the last 30 years to make sure Law Enforcement Officers, The Sheriff, The District Attorney, County Counsel, The Supervisors, Judges are honest? That would be noteworthy.

Has she done anything in the last year to make sure that the elderly and most at risk get vaccinated, you know those people forced to work in the Essential Businesses (that Rosanne Foust has wanted open from the beginning), who live in overcrowded homes.

Did either of you Kevin or Rosanne speak up or question the Homicides of Yanira Serrano Garcia, Errol Chang, Chinedu V. Okobi, or Sandra Lee Harmon or the Political Prosecution of x San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez?

Assuring the public that Nobody is above the Law would be as important as a Let’s go Shopping queen in my opinion.

Kevin Mullin’s Press Release Woman of the Year

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Simple Questions for San Mateo County District Attorney Inspector William Massey.

By Michael G. Stogner

x San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan p. Lopez Criminal Case in court tomorrow after over 6 years.

Mr. Massey did you contact Juan Lopez’s girlfriend’s employer and tell him to FIRE her?

Mr. Massey did you contact Juan Lopez’s girlfriend’s employer a second time and tell him he had to Fire her again?

Mr. Massey, What would cause you to think that was appropriate?

Welcome to San Mateo County

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