Is Paul Maggy a Informant?( mountain bike shop owner)
Posted in the Champlain Forum
#1 Apr 7, 2010
Paul Maggy, no doubt, spent the weekend dreading it
of snitching on his girlfriend and speculated that he would rat on his own mother
he said he was just telling the truth
#2 Apr 7, 2010
El Dorado Co.- Roy Lee Sharpnack, 55 patient sentenced to 57 months on Mar 4, 2002 for growing 957 plants for an El Dorado patients' dispensary. Other defendants in the case: Jacob Sink released from prison in 2002; Traci Coggins, released from prison Nov. 02: Paul Maggi, released after agreeing to inform.
#3 Apr 7, 2010
a young man named Paul Maggy whose disclosures had established the foundation of the governments case. Extensive cooperation with the feds had not won him many friends amongst the defendants supporters, but it did win him a police escort to protect his movements. In all likelihood, Maggy faced nothing more than dirty looks from courtroom observers, but the fear of reprisal was still strong. This was the prosecutions star witness, and they werent taking any chances.
In addition to the habitual snitching, Maggy has been at the heart of many of the difficulties the defendants have experienced in this case the most recent of which was a motion that almost cost them their lawyers.
During the final year leading up to trial, the prosecution used Maggy in an attempt to get rid of defense counsel Tony Serra and Laurence Lichter. Since a lawyer who worked in the same office as Serra and Lichter had once represented Maggy, the prosecution claimed this created a conflict of interest that disqualified the attorneys. A lengthy evidentiary hearing was devoted to scrutinizing the question of whether an office shared by lawyers constitutes a de facto law firm. In the end, Serra and Lichter were allowed to stay on the case, but only after careful consideration by two federal judges. This was just a single episode in a series of pre-trial hearings that involved Maggy, who was featured so prominently in the 600-page case discovery that he seemed to become larger than life.
As this star witness took the stand, all eyes were fastened upon him, studying every detail. His suit appeared a bit too large for his slender figure, making the 35 year-old look boyish even beyond his naturally youthful good looks. His black hair was shaved short, and his dark eyes were framed by arching eyebrows. A thin goatee was sprouting along the jaw line of his tan face, completing the representation of a slick but slightly malicious look.
In spite of the intensive visual scrutiny, Maggy appeared calm and confident. He looked both Fry and Schafer unflinchingly in the eye as he pointed them out for the court record. If he had qualms of conscience about testifying against his former friends and employers, they didnt show in the least. To the contrary, Maggy displayed perfectly poised posture as he began his testimony.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Anne Pings handled the direct examination, which revealed little more than the bare facts of the witnesss involvement with the defendants. Maggy testified to meeting Fry and Schafer in the fall of 1999 during a seminar he attended in Lake Tahoe with his former girlfriend Traci Coggins. Maggy was already in trouble with the law at this time, fighting cultivation charges that he would ultimately resolve by providing information on Fry and Schafer in exchange for leniency. But the case against their new friends didnt raise a red flag for the doctor and lawyer, and instead the two couples hit it off right away. Coggins quickly became Frys personal assistant, and shortly thereafter, Maggy was hired in the same capacity for Schafer. From this vantage point, the witness observed the activities of his employers close-up and this is exactly what Pings was relying upon in her questioning.
Dr. Mollie Fry
Maggy described a flourishing business related to marijuana recommendations, which began in the small town of Cool and quickly expanded to Oakland, Lake Tahoe, and various other locations where the defendants would rent space for the purpose of holding clinics. During his seven months of employment, Maggy reported, his bosses saw an estimated 100 customers per week.
#5 Feb 18, 2011
Not an Informant....Why do you need to be investigated?...Quit posting peoples past all over the web when you Don't know the circumstances.....
#7 Feb 26, 2011
hes a good man; you suck
#8 Feb 26, 2011
the mexicans are coming, you guys are irrelevant, read the news6987
#9 Apr 10, 2011
anybody that is questioning paul maggy's character and whether he is an informant...the book is called cool madness. Read it, gives a clear idea how he conducts himself. what mountain bike park?
#10 May 15, 2011
he is totally an informant and lacks character.
#11 Sep 16, 2011
he is a dirtbag, f a bunch of people in town on goods
#12 Mar 25, 2012
ANYONE who tells the truth on these EVIL scumbags is a SAINT!
Add your comments below
|Shannon Rizzotto||May '16||Too Familiar||2|
|First year supt? (Sep '15)||Nov '15||Gygy||6|
|Sue shedrick (Sep '15)||Sep '15||Whooooo||1|
|Gerald Menard (Feb '15)||Jul '15||Gas||2|
|This weekend in the Adirondacks (Jun '15)||Jun '15||Iindict ann coulter||2|
|Chazy Market and Deli ? (Dec '13)||May '15||none||5|
|Former Stamford, N.Y. Mortgage Broker Arrested ... (Jun '10)||Feb '15||Rose||4|
Find what you want!
Search Champlain Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC