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EXCLUSIVE: 1981 Triple Murder Tied to McGowan Murders-Suicide?

There are 25 comments on the KESQ-TV Palm Desert story from Jul 18, 2008, titled EXCLUSIVE: 1981 Triple Murder Tied to McGowan Murders-Suicide?. In it, KESQ-TV Palm Desert reports that:

There are new developments in a year-long News Channel 3 investigation. The Riverside County Sheriff's Department is looking into possible connections between a triple murder in 1981 and murder-suicide in 2005 ...

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#1 Jul 20, 2008
Riverside Superior Court judge issues "Very rare" Factual Finding of Innocence to Senior Investigator Luis Bolaños. As a result, he is 100% exonerated and vindicated by Riverside Superior Court. Judge SLAMS Riverside County District Attorney's office for conducting an incomplete investigation which resulted in the Attorney General's office "Rubber Stamping" this incomplete investigation. Lead investigator Candette Hammond developed an "inappropriate" relationship with Bolaños' ex-wife (Jolie Bolaños/Alfego/Morgan/Ryan/Ong ley) and lied in the report that led to the attempted prosecution of Senior Investigator Luis Bolaños. FBI and Grand Jury Investigates Riverside D.A.'s office
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#2 Jul 20, 2008
Chthppnz | July 05, 2008
Riverside District Attorney Rod Pacheco proudly bragged:

"Good prosecutors win their cases, but it takes a great prosecutor to put an innocent man in prison"
Riverside

Yucca Valley, CA

#3 Jul 31, 2008
Only On 3: Secret Government Program Linked To Local Murders?
Posted: July 30, 2008 08:10 PM PDT
Only On 3: Secret Government Program Linked To Local Murders?(7/30)
By Nathan Baca
News Channel 3
There are new developments in a year-long News Channel 3 investigation.
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department is looking into possible connections between a triple murder in 1981, and murders-suicide in 2005 that claimed 6 lives.
We have internal documents from the Cold Case Division of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department showing the depth of the investigation.
We will not reveal the investigators' identity at this time since the documents show their lives may be in danger.
Now, we are learning the murders may be a cover up for one of the federal government's most secret computer programs.
"PROMIS" is the name of one of the government's most secret computer database programs.
Computer programmer Michael Riconosciuto wrote in an affadavit that major modifications to the program were made in Indio.
On July 1, 1981, Fred Alvarez, his girlfriend Patty Castro and friend Ralph Boger were shot to death on Bob Hope Drive in Rancho Mirage. There was a house here that has since been bulldozed. Nobody was ever arrested for the shooting.
Family friends say Cabazon Band of Mission Indians Vice Chairman Fred Alvarez was going to blow the whistle on
documents from the early 1980's showing a business partnership between defense contractor Wackenhut Services and Cabazon Manager John Phillip Nichols to form "Cabazon Arms."
One of their alleged projects was the PROMIS computer program. Database and pattern recognition software was a new source of information and power in the early 1980s.
It starts when the program's designers, Inslaw Corporation, accused the U.S. Justice Department of stealing the software for their own foreign policy purposes.
This programmer testified he altered the program to create what's called "a back door" to allow government spying.
This happened while working on Cabazon Indian Sovereign land.
"The parties that were involved in the distribution of this software were involved in covert operations. They were involved in Nicaragua and Central America. And they were involved in operation in the Middle East," said Riconosciuto in an 1993 interview.
A U.S. Justice Department memo from 1985 shows the PROMIS software was being sold to Middle Eastern arms dealers and wanted "no paperwork or customs inspections" to interfere.
Even TV show "Unsolved Mysteries" got on the case when the last journalist to investigate this spy scandal was found dead in his hotel room.
Danny Casolero's wrists were slashed in 1991. It was ruled a suicide.
But his reporter notes disappeared, and the book on the conspiracy he was to title "Indio" was never finished.
Congressional hearings were held in 1992.
"The report involves the committee's investigation into serious allegations that high level Department of Justice officials were involved in the criminal conspiracy to force Inslaw, a small company, out of business." stated Rep. Jack Brooks at the opening of the hearings.
The hearings ended inconclusively.
The PROMIS software was allegedly altered on tribal land in Indio with the lack of federal oversight. Just like Microsoft Windows, the database program kept up with the times, upgraded several times over the years.
But PROMIS came back to haunt America in ways never imagined.
Riverside

Yucca Valley, CA

#4 Jul 31, 2008
As Brit Hume reported in an October 2001 FOX News newscast, "A disturbing indication that Robert Hanssen, the FBI agent accused of spying for the Russians in what officials said at the time of his arrest was a 'massive security breach' ended up helping Osama bin Laden. Correspondent Carl Cameron reports Hanson sold the Russians an extremely sensitive piece of U.S. Technology. And they in turn sold it to Al Qaeda's terrorist network."

From an office in Indio, to foreign capitals all over the world; several murder investigations are connected to this spy scandal. Whether answers can still be found 27 years later remains in the hands of the Sheriff's Cold Case squad.

The internal documents we've obtained and confidential interviews we've done reveal the Riverside County Sheriff's Cold Case squad is investigating whether DA Investigator David McGowan was on this 27 year old murder case before his 2005 death. News Channel 3 is still looking into whether they've concluded that angle of their questioning.

The Cabazon Indian Tribe has still not responded to our questions about this cold case being reopened.

If you've missed any part of this 31-part exclusive investigation, more than a year in the making, click on the right hand side of the KESQ.com homepage on "Special Reports" and then the icon that says "Inside the DA's Office and DHS Police."
Indio

Yucca Valley, CA

#5 Jul 31, 2008
Chthppnz | July 08, 2008
Riverside Superior Court judge issues "Very rare" Factual Finding of Innocence to Senior Investigator Luis Bolaños. As a result, he is 100% exonerated and vindicated by Riverside Superior Court. Judge SLAMS Riverside County District Attorney's office for conducting an incomplete investigation which resulted in the Attorney General's office "Rubber Stamping" this incomplete investigation. Lead investigator Candette Hammond developed an "inappropriate" relationship with Bolaños' ex-wife (Jolie Bolaños/Alfego/Morgan/Ryan/Ong ley) and lied in the report that led to the attempted prosecution of Senior Investigator Luis Bolaños. FBI and Grand Jury Investigates Riverside D.A.'s office
Chthppnz | July 05, 2008
"The straw that broke the camel's back was a statement he made that good prosecutors win their cases, but it takes a great prosecutor to put an innocent man in prison," Baugh said in a recent telephone interview. "The statement was one of the most offensive things I ever heard."

Several Assembly Republicans were present when Pacheco made the statement in a meeting room at the Capitol, and shortly thereafter, they moved to recall him as Assembly minority leader in April 1999.
Chthppnz | July 05, 2008
Riverside District Attorney Rod Pacheco proudly bragged:

"Good prosecutors win their cases, but it takes a great prosecutor to put an innocent man in prison"
Karma

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#6 Aug 14, 2008
Summary:
It is apparent from the above that the arrest warrant and Hammond’s investigative report are inaccurate. As indicated above, the arrest warrant declaration by Special Agent Somenek relies on Hammond’s veracity in accurately reporting her investigation. Unfortunately, Special Agent Somenek did not conduct any interviews with Lt. Walker, Kathy Mangione, Olga Bates or Thurman Arnold. If he had, the inaccuracies would have been revealed. It is not uncommon for one law enforcement official to compile an affidavit or declaration based solely upon the investigation reports by other law enforcement officials. Therefore, nothing in the review of the above listed reference documents would support any bias or purposeful ethical breech by Special Agent Somenek. However, the same cannot be said for Hammond.
It appears from the above that Hammond purposefully fabricated witness statements and omitted favorable information in order to support her theory of physical abuse and perjury. Even when allowing Hammond the widest possible leeway with regard to reporting standards, it is evident that the report is inaccurate and biased. Arguments that the inaccuracies are immaterial, due to Hammond’s inexperience or incompetence are bogus. If Hammond, as a Senior Investigator, had accurately reported her interviews with Lt. Walker, Kathy Mangione, Olga Bates and Thurman Arnold it would have refuted five of the counts in the arrest warrant.
It appears that Hammond purposefully fabricated and edited the above interviews to support her theory of physical abuse and perjury. Why Hammond would purposefully bias her report needs to be asked. One possible explanation can be found in information provided by Olga Bates. Bates advised the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office in her letter dated September 1, 2005, that Hammond was biased toward Luis Bolanos. Hammond informed Bates that she knew how violent Latinos’ could be because she had been married to a Latino who had abused her. Further, Hammond and Jolie had formed a very close personal relationship which included dinners and gifts. Jolie destroyed a tape recorded conversation between herself and Luis which was authorized by Hammond as part of the official investigation. The destruction of this evidence does not appear in Hammond’s report. In addition, Hammond provided information from witness interviews to Jolie during the ongoing investigation which Bates found unethical.
It should be noted that Hammond did not tape record any of her interviews with the above witnesses. The official response from the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office to Bates was that the witnesses felt intimidated by the tape recorder. Although this could have happened it is doubtful due to the quality of the witnesses and that two interviews were conducted telephonically. Unfortunately, a second investigator was not present during the interviews. Therefore, Hammond was unbridled by the normal ethical safeguards provided by use of a co-interviewer or a tape recorder. Hammond had the opportunity to fabricate some witness responses and edit others to fit her prosecutorial theory.
The above analysis and summary are not meant to be an exhaustive evaluation but rather a discussion of the salient aspects of the document review process per your request.
Thank you for the opportunity to assist you in this matter and congratulations on the favorable finding of factual innocence with regard to the above charges.
Sincerely,
Joseph K. Stuart
(Retired F.B.I. Supervisor)
Karma

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#7 Aug 14, 2008
1. Lt. Walker never made any statement to Hammond about the use of hands to push Jolie out of the way. Hammond’s attributing the hands statement to Lt. Walker (a fabrication according to Lt. Walker) serves to bolster the theory of the formation of a bruise to Jolie’s right arm.
2. Hammond’s report contains the following quote attributed to Kathy Mangione,“Luis said, I used my forearm and made my way past her and she fell on the ground”. Somenek parrots this quote in support of the alleged physical abuse towards Jolie. In Mangione’s declaration and letter of complaint against Hammond, Mangione clarifies the alleged abuse explaining that Jolie was physically abusing Luis and Luis used his forearms to fend off the assault.
According to Mangione, Jolie told a mutual friend (Leslie Scicli) that she fell on the ground during the incident to gain Luis’ sympathy. Further, Michele Bolanos informed Mangione that she saw Jolie after the incident and that Jolie did not have any bruises on her arms.
Hammond claims that Luis asked Mangione for Jolie’s telephone number “several times”. Mangione explains in her complaint letter against Hammond that she told Hammond that Luis did not ask for Jolie’s telephone number. Hammond claims that Mangione “was so mad at Luis that she never wanted him in her house again” concerning the alleged bruise suffered by Jolie. According to Mangione, she advised Hammond that if she found out that Jolie was truthful about the incident she would not want Luis in her house again. There is a difference between the two statements. Hammond’s version of the statement supports a theory that Mangione, a long time friend of Luis’, had judged Luis guilty of domestic abuse. Mangione’s actual statement is judicious as to Jolie’s truthfulness.
Further, Hammond declined to include a very crucial detail in her report of the interview with Mangione. Mangione stated to Hammond that she determined that Jolie’s version of the domestic incident with Luis was not truthful due to Jolie’s “inconsistencies” and omissions. The inclusion of Mangione’s true assessment of Jolie’s veracity would undermine Hammond’s theory of physical abuse.
In view of the above, it is evident that Hammond edited Mangione’s interview in order to include inculpatory information against Luis and purposely omitted exculpatory information. The fact that Hammond was not factual in her reporting was made known to the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office by Mangione’s formal complaint.
3. According to Hammond, attorney Thurman Arnold met Jolie as a result of a consultation arranged by “one of his long time clients”, Olga Bates. This point has been refuted by Arnold and Bates as they had never met before the aforementioned consultation.
Hammond claims that Arnold saw a bruise “about the size of a quarter, on the under side of her upper arm” when he met with Jolie. Arnold refutes Hammond’s claim in his declaration stating “At no time during my participation in the consultation did I ask to see the bruise nor did I see a bruise on Jolie Bolanos’ upper arm”. Further,“If anyone attributed to me the statement that I saw such a bruise, that statement would not be correct. I have never made that statement to anyone”.
Attributing the observation of the bruise to Arnold, Jolie’s attorney, was erroneous but supportive of Hammond’s theory of physical abuse.
Counts 4 through 7:
These four counts all utilize statements fabricated by Hammond and attributed to Lt. Walker which have been refuted by Lt. Walker. Similarly, Hammond’s mischaracterization of Mangione’s description of how Luis used his forearms to ward off Jolie’s assaults became the force that pushed Jolie to the ground in Count 5.
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#9 Aug 20, 2008
Part 32: Chilling E-Mail Details 'Dangerous' Triple Murder Case
Posted: Aug 20, 2008 03:38 PM PDT
By Nathan Baca
News Channel 3
The Riverside County Sheriff's department is looking into possible connections between a triple murder in 1981 and murder-suicide in 2005 that claimed six lives.
A chilling email written by a detective shows just how dangerous this case is.
When this detective writes he "can't look his wife in the eyes" and risk his family's lives, you know it's a big case.
Nicauraguan arms deals, stolen computer databases, weapons testing on local Cabazon Indian land and a lawsuit alleging conspiracy from the highest federal officials for the past 30 years: all of these are now being investigated by the Riverside County Cold Case Division.
Three people were murdered execution style in a Rancho Mirage home on July 1st, 1981. There were never any arrests. The victims included Cabazon Indian Vice Chairman Fred Alvarez. Family members say he was going to blow the whistle on a business partnership between defense contractor Wackenhut Services and the Cabazon Indians to build machine guns and biological weapons for Central American countries.
Confidential sources close to the investigation recently handed over an email written by a riverside county sheriff's detective. The email's source was confirmed by multiple people inside the investigation. The detective who wrote the email hasn't responded to additional requests for information. We're not revealing his name to protect his identity.
The email states the Cold Case Division reopened the Alvarez triple murder several months ago.
Bad things seem to happen to those who get too close to uncovering Cabazon Arms and its dealings with the Federal Government.
There were three Rancho Mirage murders in 1981, and a Riverside County District Attorney Investigator left the office in the early 80's after threats on his life.
Journalist Danny Casolero investigated what he called "The Octopus" and was found dead in his hotel room in 1991. His reporter notes disappeared. The book on the conspiracy he was to name "Indio" was never finished.
The detective is also investigating whether DA Investigator David McGowan and his family of five were murdered in 2005 after McGowan looked into the case.
The detective writes he "doesn't want to continue on the case based on the number of people who have met an untimely demise while doing so."
But the detective is continuing the case. Newschannel 3 learned former computer programmer Michael Riconisciuto was recently questioned.
Documents show a secret government computer spy program named "PROMIS" was modified on tribal land in Indio. PROMIS is linked to a major spy scandal that has stretched for years.
With all of these national security implications, the detective states he "feels like Alice in Wonderland going down the rabbit hole" and he "no longer has a complete grasp on the real world."
The stakes are high, the secrets are growing, and the suspicious deaths remain unanswered. Even the detective desperately asks, "am i just another lamb to the slaughter?"
You can read the detective's entire email by clicking here or check out the other sections of our year long investigation by clicking here.
Dawn

Wahiawa, HI

#10 Aug 27, 2008
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desertfae

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#11 Dec 1, 2008
Riverside wrote:
Only On 3: Secret Government Program Linked To Local Murders?
Posted: July 30, 2008 08:10 PM PDT
Only On 3: Secret Government Program Linked To Local Murders?(7/30)
By Nathan Baca
News Channel 3
There are new developments in a year-long News Channel 3 investigation.
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department is looking into possible connections between a triple murder in 1981, and murders-suicide in 2005 that claimed 6 lives.
We have internal documents from the Cold Case Division of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department showing the depth of the investigation.
We will not reveal the investigators' identity at this time since the documents show their lives may be in danger.
Now, we are learning the murders may be a cover up for one of the federal government's most secret computer programs.
"PROMIS" is the name of one of the government's most secret computer database programs.
Computer programmer Michael Riconosciuto wrote in an affadavit that major modifications to the program were made in Indio.
On July 1, 1981, Fred Alvarez, his girlfriend Patty Castro and friend Ralph Boger were shot to death on Bob Hope Drive in Rancho Mirage. There was a house here that has since been bulldozed. Nobody was ever arrested for the shooting.
Family friends say Cabazon Band of Mission Indians Vice Chairman Fred Alvarez was going to blow the whistle on
documents from the early 1980's showing a business partnership between defense contractor Wackenhut Services and Cabazon Manager John Phillip Nichols to form "Cabazon Arms."
One of their alleged projects was the PROMIS computer program. Database and pattern recognition software was a new source of information and power in the early 1980s.
It starts when the program's designers, Inslaw Corporation, accused the U.S. Justice Department of stealing the software for their own foreign policy purposes.
This programmer testified he altered the program to create what's called "a back door" to allow government spying.
This happened while working on Cabazon Indian Sovereign land.
"The parties that were involved in the distribution of this software were involved in covert operations. They were involved in Nicaragua and Central America. And they were involved in operation in the Middle East," said Riconosciuto in an 1993 interview.
A U.S. Justice Department memo from 1985 shows the PROMIS software was being sold to Middle Eastern arms dealers and wanted "no paperwork or customs inspections" to interfere.
Even TV show "Unsolved Mysteries" got on the case when the last journalist to investigate this spy scandal was found dead in his hotel room.
Danny Casolero's wrists were slashed in 1991. It was ruled a suicide.
But his reporter notes disappeared, and the book on the conspiracy he was to title "Indio" was never finished.
Congressional hearings were held in 1992.
"The report involves the committee's investigation into serious allegations that high level Department of Justice officials were involved in the criminal conspiracy to force Inslaw, a small company, out of business." stated Rep. Jack Brooks at the opening of the hearings.
The hearings ended inconclusively.
The PROMIS software was allegedly altered on tribal land in Indio with the lack of federal oversight. Just like Microsoft Windows, the database program kept up with the times, upgraded several times over the years.
But PROMIS came back to haunt America in ways never imagined.
Well I was just sent this, so I thought I would throw my site in here (I'm the daughter of Ralph Boger-my name is Rachel).
My site is www.desertfae.com
Galvin

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#12 Jan 12, 2009
Deputy D.A.'s Refusal to Talk to KESQ and the D.A.'s Response

Posted: Jan 6, 2009 05:07 PM PST





Deputy D.A.'s refusal to speak with KESQ-TV

Deputy District Attorney Lisa DiMaria refused to speak with News Channel 3 about the Kevin Brom case Tuesday at the Larson Justice Center in Indio.

She did speak with at least one other member of the media, so we assume this is a continuing effort by the Riverside County District Attorney's office to keep you, our viewers, in the dark.

This has been going on for months.

The DA's office refuses to share public information with our news station because it doesn't approve of how we cover stories and investigations involving the District Attorney's office.

We feel you have a right to know this.

D.A.'s office response

Our prosecutors use their discretion when determining whether or not to speak to members of the media. They make those decisions based on their own experiences with the reporter or station without compromising the integrity of the criminal justice system.

We encourage your station to report that the District Attorney's office is part of a unanimous law enforcement community in the Coachella Valley that believes for the past decade your station has engaged in slanted coverage of law enforcement and thereby cannot rely on your station or its representatives to treat law enforcement personnel or victims fairly or honestly.

Furthermore, we encourage your station to report that the unanimous Coachella Valley law enforcement community sent a letter to your station's General Manager in an attempt resolve these issues but received no response. Instead, your station continues to disparage law enforcement agencies during your newscast and on your website and that type of behavior does not advance an open and honest dialogue about your station's coverage.

Michael Jeandron
Public Information Officer, Riverside County District Attorney's Office
Embarrassed by Pacheco

Yucca Valley, CA

#13 Oct 6, 2009
Riverside County District Attorney Rod Pacheco proudly bragged:
"Good prosecutors win their cases, but it takes a great prosecutor to put an innocent man in prison"
David Howard

Harwood, MO

#14 Oct 7, 2009
The FBI polygraphers will clean-up this mess.

Google "Quadri-Track ZCT"
Embarrassed by Pacheco

Yucca Valley, CA

#15 Oct 9, 2009
News Channel 3 has confirmed the Riverside County Sheriff's Department completed a criminal investigation of a recently retired investigator with the Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

Former investigator Candette Hammond is accused of lying on official police reports. People investigated by the D.A.'s Office made those accusations.

The Riverside County Sheriff's Department handed the findings of their investigative inquiry over to the Palm Springs Police Department. Many of the alleged incidents happened in Palm Springs.

Hammond is not under arrest at this time.

This development may greatly affect hundreds of criminal cases Investigator Hammond handled in her decades of service with the District Attorney's Office.

Stay tuned to News Channel 3 and KESQ.com for the latest on this investigation.
Embarrassed by Pacheco

Redlands, CA

#16 Oct 12, 2009
A former investigator with the Riverside County District Attorney's Office is the target of a criminal investigation.

Recently retired D.A. Senior Investigator Candette Hammond is accused of perjury.

News Channel 3 has confirmed Sheriff's detectives handed over the case just days ago to the Palm Springs Police Department.

Candette Hammond is not under arrest tonight. But, she soon could be. And, dozens of criminal cases this DA investigator took part in her years of service are now in question.

According to internal affairs reports obtained by News Channel 3, Hammond first came under suspicion in 2006. Her immediate supervisors at the DA's office concluded she made up an entire interview while investigating a criminal case.

They brought the matter up to then Chief Deputy District Attorney Eileen Hunt. When Hunt told District Attorney Rod Pacheco about it, she claims in a recent lawsuit Pacheco told her "don't disclose anything." The DA's office denies this ever happened, calling Hunt a disgruntled ex-employee.

Hammond targeted former District Attorney Investigator Luis Bolanos for investigation. The State Attorney General's office arrested him in 2005 for domestic violence and perjury.

After losing his job, and his livelihood, a judge determined the case against Bolanos should have never seen the light of day.

Bolanos speaks out, "There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that because of Rod Pacheco, and his directions, there are individuals in custody right now that do not deserve to be there. For this man to supervise and direct, I could be sitting and talking to you in jail right now. Now, who would have listened to me then?"

We interviewed Olga Bates May of 2007. She knew Bolano's ex-wife. Bates says the DA's office ignored her when she told them the ex-wife admitted lying to her about the charges and the gifts she received from Hammond.

"I was interviewed by two FBI agents and they were amazed that after my letter of complaint to the District Attorney about Candette's investigation and her behavior, that no one bothered to talk to me from that office," said Bates.

The District Attorney's office discounts Bolanos as another disgruntled ex-employee.

David Downing is a former prosecutor and now a superior court judge. He testified in support of Luis Bolanos to get his named cleared.

Downing later claimed the DA's office tried to commit the act of "witness intimidation" against him. They call Downing's words "irresponsible." The DA's office claims Downing is yet another supposed disgruntled ex-employee.

The Sheriff's Department in Palm Desert handed over the Candette Hammond case to Al Franz with Palm Springs Police because much of the alleged perjury happened in that city.

The fate of dozens of criminal cases handled by Investigator Hammond now hang in the balance. But, Bolanos says his life is already ruined.

"I lost the ability to care for my kids. I haven't been able to take care of my kids for the past 5 years. Destroyed me. That's what Mrs. Hammond means to me."

News Channel 3 received a response late Friday afternoon from John Hall at the DA's Office. It reads: "The District Attorney's Office has no comment on this inquiry."

We have in depth reporting of this investigation on our website, KESQ.com . Just go to the home tab at the top left of your screen and in the section titles "Special Reports," click on "Inside The DA's Office"
Tomb

Corona, CA

#17 Dec 25, 2009
I have had first hand experience with the atmosphere of lies in Pachecos office and have beeen trying for a couple years to get some action on it.
there is a parralegal assistant Yvette Paullard, a former DDA Kemberlie Kehoe and Investigator JUlie Lowery, all three conspired to produce a declaration in support of an arrest warrant by making up a lie on an event in the CLerks office at the superior court in riverside.
THey could have very easily, if the lie was in fact to have been believed by Julie lowery, retreived video tapes from that office which they hold for 90 days.
But, its was not such a case, LOwery was in on the canard and they did not even tell the Riverside police detective Jim Lopez of the allegation, yet they told redlands PD the lie, in order to get help on an arreste based upon that lie, to a judge who singned the warrant.
Why tell redlands and not riveride PD? Because as Detective Lopez told me, he would have done an investigation into it.
IF he had gotten the video surveillance, then he would have discovered it was a lie.
CMYBUTTJUDGE.angelfire.com
Pamela O

Desert Hot Springs, CA

#18 Mar 27, 2010
Jolie Ongley is a professional victim. She seeks unsuspecting "Husbands" and bleeds them dry financially. It is a "Black Widow" trait she learned from her mother. A superior court judge and the California Appellate court determind she committed perjury and filed false police reports on numerous occassions. Be careful, do NOT fall victim to this human "Cancer." Its just a matter of time until her next victim is hauled thru the court system on false charges. She is currently under investigation by the Attorney generals office and the Riverside county sheriffs department.
Mexica

Corona, CA

#19 Oct 28, 2011
Im glad to see people talking about this.I've known about this for awhile and when you talk to most people in riverside county.Most have no idea what has gone under our noses.An still does.Was at occupy Riverside yesterday with signs about the Inland Empires ties to the Octopus.Plan to go back next week and protest in front of the court house
IF YOU BRING AN OCTOPUS TO THE SURFACE IT WILL DIE.
Jolie Ongley

Indio, CA

#20 Mar 18, 2012
Pamela O wrote:
Jolie Ongley is a professional victim. She seeks unsuspecting "Husbands" and bleeds them dry financially. It is a "Black Widow" trait she learned from her mother. A superior court judge and the California Appellate court determind she committed perjury and filed false police reports on numerous occassions. Be careful, do NOT fall victim to this human "Cancer." Its just a matter of time until her next victim is hauled thru the court system on false charges. She is currently under investigation by the Attorney generals office and the Riverside county sheriffs department.
Hi... This is Jolie ...This comment was brought to my attention and you are both clueless and pathetic. reveal yourself you coward...though i'm fairly certain who you are..FYI... a black widow kills its mate...seriously!?? How dare you mention my mother- she was married to my father for 34 years until his recent death from stomach cancer. You are the same type of moron who believes gossip in the national inquirer that some celebrity is pregnant with an alien fetus.Clearly you haven't seen the interviews which are public record- on one page another former ex wife states how our former husband put his police gun in his mouth threatening to pull the trigger,punched through glass and smashed her belongings with an iron. I was never under investigation nor was the investigator- and the charges were dismissed only because i didn't testify due to threats and the judge was leaving for vacation.I declined press interviews as requested by the prosecution. My ex and his family and friends launched a media campaign with a cheesy local news channel-typical of the family to defend the abuser. until you experience an abusive relationship or witness what goes on behind close doors shut your ignorant mouth!!!
Pamela O

Redlands, CA

#21 Mar 25, 2012
Jolie Ongley wrote:
<quoted text>Hi... This is Jolie ...This comment was brought to my attention and you are both clueless and pathetic. reveal yourself you coward...though i'm fairly certain who you are..FYI... a black widow kills its mate...seriously!?? How dare you mention my mother- she was married to my father for 34 years until his recent death from stomach cancer. You are the same type of moron who believes gossip in the national inquirer that some celebrity is pregnant with an alien fetus.Clearly you haven't seen the interviews which are public record- on one page another former ex wife states how our former husband put his police gun in his mouth threatening to pull the trigger,punched through glass and smashed her belongings with an iron. I was never under investigation nor was the investigator- and the charges were dismissed only because i didn't testify due to threats and the judge was leaving for vacation.I declined press interviews as requested by the prosecution. My ex and his family and friends launched a media campaign with a cheesy local news channel-typical of the family to defend the abuser. until you experience an abusive relationship or witness what goes on behind close doors shut your ignorant mouth!!!
Jolie Ongley is a professional victim. She seeks unsuspecting "Husbands" and bleeds them dry financially. It is a "Black Widow" trait she learned from her mother. A superior court judge and the California Appellate court determind she committed perjury and filed false police reports on numerous occassions. Be careful, do NOT fall victim to this human "Cancer." Its just a matter of time until her next victim is hauled thru the court system on false charges. She is currently under investigation by the Attorney generals office and the Riverside county sheriffs department.

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