One of those subjects was “Audit SMCC and Pay for the Edais Family Legal Fees.”
Why would Mark De Paula a San Mateo County resident make that suggestion?
He’s talking about this case 21-CIV-04737 | MUSTAFA EDAIS, et al vs. ROBERT FAUCRAULT, et al
He’s requesting an Audit of John Nibbelin, David Silberman and Brian Kulich at the SMCC.
Does anybody know or remember that Mark De Paula placed himself on the ballot of the June 2022 election at the very last moment as a Write-In Candidate for Coroner? Why would he do that when it was Impossible for him to when?
He did it because he had just heard about Munir Edais very suspicious death in his Daly City Apartment sometime between January 19-21, 2020. He said if he was Elected he would turn over all of the data the Coroner’s Office had on the Munir Edais case. He felt that was the least he could do as the Coroner of San Mateo County.
Oversight of the San Mateo County Counsel’s Office, What a Great Idea?
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
Rishi Kumar was the only politician that had the fortitude to not only stand up for me when the ridiculous accusations were made against me, but he actually showed up in the court room to demand the charges be dropped. If he’s willing to go that far to help a stranger in a far-off state, he’s going to work even harder for you, in yours. I believe in Rishi, and you should too. Mark Racop, licensed 1966 Batmobile replica seller and builder.
I hope this is helpful in your campaign.
To the Batmobile
Mark Racop, Owner Fiberglass Freaks
Did any other Elected Official or Candidate for any office bother to make a simple phone call to Mark Racop to express his/her outrage as to the Abuse of Power by San Mateo County Employees?
The recent Batmobile case with more than 10,000,000 VIEWS and 22,000 comments shinned a bright light on the Abuse of Power that has existed and continues to exist today in San Mateo County.
What the recent Batmobile case demonstrated was the Abuse of Power that exists in the San Mateo County District Attorneys Office.
Thanks to Adam Alberti an executive with the Sam Singer Public Relations Firm in San Francisco, a Board of Directors Member of San Mateo County Sheriff Activities League, and Publisher of the RWC Climate Magazine, we have these quotes from SMC Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos regarding his decision to send an elite TEAM of 4 Sheriff Employees to another state to arrest and bring back one Mark Racop a minster who builds Batmobile cars.
RWC Climate article Published on September 8, 2022
San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos said:
“At any time during this investigation the DA’s Office could have informed us that we did not have enough evidence to proceed and that would have ended the investigation,”
“Had judges not issued the search or arrest warrants, we would have never served them.
In 2015 I went to the regular San Mateo County Board of Supervisor Meeting to make a Public Comment. I wanted to make my statement in Public so that there would be an official record documented.
Here is that statement regarding the State of California DMV Computers and the USPS computers being hacked in the San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez case.
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors were fully aware of this ABUSE of POWER.
My hope is that Adam Alberti would send a REPORTER to cover the 8 year criminal case of San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez, he is a Redwood City resident, his case should be compared to the Batmobile case and the Zain Jaffer case IMHO.
I have not seen any coverage by any San Mateo County Media of this Very Important case.
Update: 9/26/22 All Charges have been dropped in Batmobile-builder Mark Racop case.
Candidate for Congress of the United States Rishi Kumar added to his website September 25, 2022.
Today – I continue to call for all charges to be dropped against Batmobile-builder Mark Racop, still charged(and forced back in court September 30) and made to travel thousands of miles from Indiana for this Friday’s hearing and eventual trial.
Same question for every Elected Official and Candidates for all offices.
Your request (attached) has been forwarded to me for response. I have some questions regarding the scope of your request, but I am hoping they may turn out to be academic and not require resolution based on what I write below.
I received a similar request to yours (prior to yours) that has been narrowed down to:
Emails to or from each of the five Supervisors and Mike Callagy in the last three months that contain the terms: “Racop”, “Logansport”, “batmobile” or “Anagnostou”.
That requestor is also interested in emails between Steve Wagstaffe and Mike Callagy or the Board. Those will also be provided if they exist. The requestor was also interested in all emails to or from the Sheriff with those terms and I previously conducted an equivalent search and didn’t find any.
Because that Public Records Act request came to me first and underlaps with yours, I am going to work on that one first and then provide you with the same documents I provide that requestor. My hope is that, that search will provide you what you are seeking and/or help us work together to design any subsequent searches. So my proposal is that I do that and then you let me know after you have reviewed that material if you are seeking additional searches. Does that work?
I would observe that although they will be captured by my search, the other requestor is not interested in emails from members of the Public expressing their views of the case. If YOU WANT those emails I need to know NOW so I can flag them when I am conducting my review?
I will observe that communications with the County Attorney’s Office that exist (if any) would likely be exempt under Section 6254(k) of the Government Code and the attorney-client privilege as well as the work product doctrine. Further any emails with the District Attorney that reflect the investigation itself would be exempt under Section 6254(f). Both categories would be withheld from any production.