Is J Hunley reputable
Posted in the San Dimas Forum
#1 Apr 1, 2013
James Hunley makes claims about people's characteristics, nationality, race and is vulgar when he does it. However, here is a few of Hunley's convictions:
602(L)(1) PC. Arrested and Convicted
5.04.010 Municipal Code Arrested and Convicted.
27152 CVC Arrested and Convicted.
4000a CVC Arrested and Convicted
SNIM59244-01 Alhambra Court. Arrested and Convicted.
Sources indicate Hunley was arrested and Dishonorably discharged from the military. With possible time served in Leavenworth. Not confirmed but probable based on past convictions and propensity toward violence on the bases of:
On July 10, 2008, John Hardin filed a request for orders to stop harassment.   It alleged Hunley, his neighbor of 14 years, jumped over the fence into Hardin's yard in the City of Duarte and threatened to kick Hardin's ass.   Hardin claimed he feared Hunley would become increasingly violent and would continue to intimidate Hardin and his family.   The request also alleged Hunley had undertaken a campaign to get Hardin fired from his job as an officer of the Los Angeles Police Department by filing false personnel complaints based on Hardin's asserted off-duty misconduct.   Hardin stated Hunley once called Hardin's work and made false allegations against Hardin and he distributed a flyer encouraging the residents of the neighborhood to get Hardin fired.
#3 Apr 1, 2013
Hunley, do you want to talk about driving around in a vehicle that isn't legal, or the trespassing conviction ?
#4 Apr 2, 2013
Hunley, what's the Alhambra criminal court case about? I haven't been able to make it to that court yet. Care to give us your side if the story before I expose you even more?
#5 Apr 2, 2013
Hunley, when you jumped the wall into your neighbors yard and threatened him with violence, did you realize you have anger management issues?
#7 Apr 3, 2013
Oh yeah, and the restraining orders!!
#9 Apr 25, 2013
Why are you bashing on Hunley? He's a resident. He has a couple of convictions. So what? He's not a politician. Please correct me if I am wrong. He is not representing anyone but himself. On the other hand, why is anyone getting defensive to what he has to say. SMH
#10 Apr 25, 2013
@Outside Observer: He's a resident of what? Not of Irwindale
#11 Apr 25, 2013
. Hunley is as reputable as he is fresh smelling.
#12 Apr 30, 2013
Seems to me that Hunley is a disgruntled citizen who when he feels he has been wronged, he doesn't keep his mouth shut. He goes out to find the dirt on the person who wronged him and he brings it to your attention. Each one of the people, places or things he has gone after has, in his opinion, wronged him. He is aware that if you bring things out into the open, those who agree with him will back him, even if it is behind the scenes. Those who oppose him have every right to do so. IT just fuels his fire instead of shaming him into silence. I also think that each one of those who him gives him cause to believe that he is even more right than he was before. IS he credible? Maybe.
#13 May 6, 2013
#19 Feb 28, 2015
And Justice for all 1 min ago
Former Irwindale City councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez talking to her lawyer Matthew Horeczko, while lawyer Anthony Falangetti receives a congratulate embrace from Irwindale Mayor Mark Breceda on the steps of Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center. Former Irwindale City Councilman Manuel Garcia, right, leaving courthouse. A superior judge dismissed several counts againster her. A superior court judge at Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center on Thursday, February 26, 2015, dismissed several counts of misappropriation of public funds and conflict of interest charges re-filed against Irwindale Mayor Mark Breceda and former City Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez in 2013.(Photo by Walt Mancini/Pasadena Star-News)
Too much time has passed to prosecute Irwindale Mayor Mark Breceda and former City Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez Thursday on charges of misappropriation of public funds and conflict of interest, a judge ruled Thursday.
But Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor said the two and co-defendant City Councilman Manuel Garcia can still be tried for embezzlement. The case against the three stems from decade-old allegations that city officials spent taxpayer funds on lavish trips to New York City.
The ruling, which came after several months of back and forth in court, was met with some jubilation at the tail end of a two-hour hearing in which prosectors and defense attorneys argued their positions.
An audience member gasped, "Oh my God," when Pastor announced his decision. And Garcia congratulated Ramirez, hugging her as she cried.
Pastor said he was "satisfied" with that the four-year statute of limitations on the conflict of interest and misappropriation charges had expired.
Breceda, Ramirez and City Councilman Manuel Garcia still face charges of suspected embezzlement, which has no statute of limitations. The trio are due back in court on April 30 for a hearing on a different motion to dismiss the remaining embezzlement charges.
Garcia's attorney Steven Levine said he hoped to have the embezzlement charges thrown out too.
"All they did was file the same documents," Levine said.
At the heart of the misappropriation case was a prosecution argument that claimed wrongdoing was not discovered until October 2007, when the D.A.'s office received an anonymous letter coupled with an article from this news organization detailing the trips.
Breceda's attorney Anthony Falangetti argued the statute of limitations began as soon as Irwindale's then-city manager Robert Griego discovered the potential crimes. Additionally Falangetti said the discovery, coupled with multiple letters sent to the D.A.'s office in 2005 provided sufficient information for prosecutors to investigate a case.
In fact, the D.A.'s office did open a case number at the time, but it wasn't until five years later that prosecutors filed the inital complaint, Falangetti said.
"Their duty to investigate, that's triggered by suspicion," Falangetti said during the hearing. "The law is (the deputy district attorney) had it and he had a duty to do something about it."
Deputy District Attorney Kennes Ma acknowledged the 2005 letters, but argued that the statute did not begin until allegations raised in the letters were backed up by facts in a 2007 memorandum written by Griego.
"We get thousands and thousands of letters," Ma said.
Pastor, who said prior to oral arguments on Thursday that he found the defense's case to be "persuasive," ultimately sided with the defendants.
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