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Kingman, AZ

Recall Tom Sockwell - Fire Ron Walker

The correct website addreses of course are: http://groups.to/m ohavecountyabuseof power http://mohavecount yconstitution.com/ http://www.crooked kingman.com/ Sorry about that typo, folks  (Apr 8, 2010 | post #2)

Kingman, AZ

Recall Tom Sockwell - Fire Ron Walker

Help to recall District II Supervisor Tom Sockwell and fire County Manager Ron Walker. RecallSockwell.com offers FREE SERVICE if you email [email protected] o.com with a phone number and RecallSockwell.com will come to you to collect your signature to Recall Sockwell !!! Locations to sign the petitions in Golden Valley: email [email protected] o.com and RecallSockwell.com will tell you times and dates when they are at those locations: Liquor and Gas Food Mart, 5405 Hwy 68 in parking lot King Tuts Hwy 68 in the parking lot Dollar General Store in front of the store on public property Off Road Diner exit Emeryl in the parking lot Be part of this peaceful and historical Revolution in Mohave County! http://www.mohavec ountyconstitution. com/recall.htm Related websites of interest: http://groups.to/m ovecountyabuseofpo wer http://mohavecount yconstitution.com http://www.crooked kingman.com  (Apr 8, 2010 | post #1)

Kingman, AZ

Kingman Police Department Corruption

Seems like they released details to the public now after all. Cops having sex with other cops while on duty. Big f***** deal. Sure they should do that on duty, but the whole story doesn’t sound too straight up. I have not heard any other reasons for their terminations. With a corrupt Police Department such as the KPD one never knows what you get to hear or know is true or fabricated. From my own experience I can only state that there is often not much truth to DeVries’ statements. I am certain that Chief of Police Robert DeVries is corrupt along with apparently most of his Police Department.  (Apr 5, 2010 | post #13)

Kingman, AZ

Fired Kingman Police officer appeals

I never had any direct dealings with Ray Sipes, but it wouldn’t surprise me if was less corrupt the Kingman Chief of Police Robert DeVries. From my own experience I can only state that there is often not much truth to DeVries’ statements. I am certain that Chief of Police Robert DeVries is corrupt along with apparently most of his Police Department. However, it surprises me again and again how so many citizen can get so upset about a cop sleeping with another cop or any other small infraction, but remain completely silence when it comes to police corruption, misconduct and abuse, or the violations of citizen’s civil and constitutional rights. Sure, those cops should sleep with each other while on duty, but with so many lies coming out of the Kingman Police Department, you can’t even be sure if any of this is true.  (Apr 5, 2010 | post #4)

Kingman, AZ

Prosecutors Must Seek Justice, Not Merely Convictions

Prosecutors Must Seek Justice, Not Merely Convictions February 16, 2010 By John F. Terzano As advocates of justice, prosecutors play a unique and powerful role in our justice system. Yet too often, prosecutors fall prey to a pervasive “convict at all costs” culture, and neglect their ethical duty to protect the innocent and guard the rights of the accused. [1] The recent actions of Santa Clara District Attorney Dolores Carr demonstrate this troubling culture. Carr has directed her office to boycott the courtroom of Superior Court Judge Andrea Bryan, who barred the retrial of a case overturned due to Santa Clara prosecutor Troy Benson’s prosecutorial misconduct. The finding of misconduct against Troy Benson presents an opportunity for Santa Clara prosecutors to examine what may have led to Benson’s misconduct, and take steps to ensure abuses of power do not take place again in the future. However, instead of addressing her colleague’s misconduct, which Judge Bryan called “grossly shocking,” Carr is calling for open criticism of the judge responsible for upholding her constitutional obligation to reverse convictions prejudiced by egregious prosecutorial misconduct. Prosecutors have sole responsibility for deciding whether to file charges, what charges to bring, what sentence to seek, what plea bargain to offer, and what evidence to present to a jury during trial. These varied and unique duties render prosecutors the most powerful actors in our criminal justice system. Yet despite their power, prosecutors are rarely held accountable for violating their ethical obligations. This lack of accountability fosters a problematic culture that plagues prosecutors’ offices around the country and contributes to wrongful convictions. Prosecutors’ obligation to ensure public safety and convict the guilty must coexist with the overriding goal of justice. [2] The Justice Project’s policy review, [3] Improving Prosecutorial Accountability outlines suggested reforms that can help create a culture that prioritizes fairness and accuracy over high conviction rates. For example, prosecutor’s offices should establish training programs and official office policies on the prosecutor’s duty to disclose evidence to the defense and the proper use of prosecutorial discretion – [4] a move that The Department of Justice recently took in response to the Ted Stevens case. Moreover, prosecutors who intentionally abuse their power to secure a wrongful conviction must be investigated and disciplined for their actions. Jurisdictions should also establish prosecutorial review boards with the power to investigate and sanction prosecutors who perpetrate acts of misconduct as a means of recognizing the unique power prosecutors hold. Implementing these reforms will foster a more ethical culture in prosecutors’ offices and increase transparency in prosecutorial decision-making. ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ -------- Article printed from The Justice Project: http://www.thejust iceproject.org URL to article: http://www.thejust iceproject.org/blo g/prosecutors-must -seek-justice-not- merely-convictions /  (Mar 1, 2010 | post #1)

Kingman, AZ

Mohave County Abuse Of Power

The Mohave County Abuse Of Power is a newly formed community citizens group to Watch, Investigate and Expose Abuse Of Power and Corruption in Mohave County, AZ The Mohave County Abuse Of Power Group is currently focused on the Kingman, AZ area. There is no fee or obligation to join. Together we can make a difference and see Justice and Fairness even in Mohave County. Without Corruption. Join us on Facebook at: http://groups.to/m ohavecountyabuseof power  (Feb 28, 2010 | post #1)

Kingman, AZ

Victim Condemned

“Victim Condemned” is the title of an actual Paperback Book written by author Patti Lewis and published by Book Surge Publishing in December 2005. http://www.amazon. com/Victim-Condemn ed-Patti-Lewis/dp/ 141961889X/ref=sr_ 1_fkmr2_2?ie=UTF8 &qid=126379523 8&sr=1-2-fkmr2 #noop “Victim Condemned” is subtitled “Corruption, Greed and Land fraud (in Mohave County)” and is tagged with the following key tags: Mohave County, Jack Tattoo, Deputy Attorney Nogut, Mike Mazur, New Mexico, Martin Coole, Board of Supervisors, Lake Juniper Subdivision, Michael Garloni, Billy Willy, Kathy Mazur, Attorney Law, Attorney Whiner, Cowboy Joe, State of Arizona, Phil Fox, Judge Wise, Attorney Bargain, Director Mallard, Susie Que, United States, County Health Department, Lake Havasu City, Jane Waters, King Toup, civil standby, county clique, zoning director, assurance money, county attorney, lot owners, copper poisoning, civil issue, water delivery system, aggregate base, zoning department, utility sites, land fraud, county engineer, Patti Lewis’ short description about “Victim Condemned”: This is a story of a portion of my journey through life that took me through unbelievable trials and tribulations. The story is based on true events and how those activities were seen through the eyes of a victim who felt condemned by the people chosen to protect and serve. Amazon’s Product Details: • Paperback: 318 pages • Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (December 13, 2005) • Language: English • ISBN-10: 141961889X • ISBN-13: 978-1419618895 • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inches • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) • Amazon.com Sales Rank: #2,138,251 in Books (See Bestsellers in Books $ 23.99 In Stock. Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. Gift-wrap available. http://www.amazon. com/Victim-Condemn ed-Patti-Lewis/dp/ 141961889X/ref=sr_ 1_fkmr2_2?ie=UTF8 &qid=126379523 8&sr=1-2-fkmr2 #noop This Book was recommended to me by one of Kingman’s few courage journalist fighting and writing for truth and is definitely worth reading for all who’d like their eyes opened about the corruption going on in Mohave County Arizona, and still fits so perfectly with all the headlines going around on Newspapers, Message Boards and Forums. Censored or not. Here are a few readers reviews about Patti Lewis’ Book “Victim Contempt”: Victim Condemned, March 14, 2006 By Lawrence R. Lewis - The book has alot of truth that is seen in small town America. The fact that this lady was unjustly put through the wringer is how the system seems to let people down. It shows in the book many occassions where you can give to the system and serve it and how it will repay your hard works. Everyone should read this book and stand and take notice of our elected officials and city politics. Whats the saying? LET FREEDOM RING? Who does the ringing? Great book! Rural places not always what they're cracked up to be, March 21, 2006 By Rifleman Jim (Lake Tahoe, Nevada) - Many Americans dream of moving to rural locations, but this book shows why they need to investigate thoroughly before they pick up and relocate. Otherwise they may be greeted by, and fall prey to, crooked and incompetent local politicians, thieving locals, a poor and drug dependent workforce, the lack of services, and other hardships probably not anticipated. The author shows rare persistence and staying power in dealing with and overcoming her antagonists. Most of us would have cleared out long before victory was achieved, worse for the wear and a lot lighter in the pocketbook. Scary!, December 6, 2009 By Fay (Detroit) - I just had some very good friends move to Patti's area and they were the ones to turned me on to the book. I can't even imagine having to go through everything Patti did. She is one tough cookie in my book! During the read, it did become confusing at several times, but it all became crystal clear in the end.  (Jan 18, 2010 | post #1)

Kingman, AZ

Kingman Daily-Miner Not Covered As News Source

On December 30, 2009 I attempted to post a commentary to the report "Sheriff's lieutenant arrested for alleged assault on his wife". http://kingmandail yminer.com/main.as p... As I had made my own personal experiences with Lt Weber, I was quick to respond. Unfortunately, my commentary was censored and 90% of my commentary were left out. Here is the 10% of my commentary that was printed: “As much as I hate it admit it, even a corrupt Sheriff’s Deputy deserves the benefit of the doubt and should remain innocent until proven guilty.” And here is 100% of my commentary: “Although I know Lt. Ron Weber as an arrogant Sheriff’s Lieutenant who cares little about justice and makes his own trials in his mind “sentencing” whoever he deems guilty I can understand him not wanting to say anything about his case. His fellow Sheriff Deputies and Police Officer might just treat him the way he most likely as he might have treated civilians’ I suppose, lying in order to get an conviction, no matter if guilty or not. Unfortunately, there are some points where I have to sympathize with Weber. Just because his wife claims he hit her, doesn’t mean he did. There are thousand if not millions of women out there who use faulty domestic violence laws as weapon against their significant other for revenge or viciousness. As much as I hate it admit it, even a corrupt Sheriff’s Deputy deserves the benefit of the doubt and should remain innocent until proven guilty. Much to Lt. Weber’s demise however he soon will find out that his word means absolutely nothing against the word of his wife. He might as well prepare himself to be found guilty, no matter if he is or not. I guess “As you saw so shall you reap” would be a fitting quote for Lt. Weber.” I do have my doubts if the Kingman Daily Miner is or was a relaible news source.  (Jan 16, 2010 | post #27)

Kingman, AZ

Kingman Daily-Miner Not Covered As News Source

ACE, I appreciate your input, and certainly I know you from posting at the daily minor. Usually e are seeing eye to eye, and I am a bit surprised no, that you might even think, that I'll make any of this up. In fact, you can't make that stuff up. In fact, I am not yet at liberty to pure the whole bowl of crap out. But in time I will. And as far as the Miner is concerned, they don't censor you because of your posting. They censor you about WHO you post and HOW! Here’s another one for you, in case you missed it: Malicious Prosecution at the Daily Miner: http://www.topix.c om/forum/city/king man-az/T9KQVOFFQ07 RGG7LU/p2#lastPost Take Care  (Jan 15, 2010 | post #23)

Kingman, AZ

Candidate for Kingman mayor removed from March ballot

citizen patriot “I've met the mayor a couple times and felt he was a nice guy and makes efforts to do the right thing, but I am also very open to the possibility of reforming the corrupt local "justice " system. As you said, without money, an accused person is at the mercy of whatever plea bargain or War-On-Whatever related criminal charge thrown at them. Additionally, the premise of the plea bargain and charges in the first place has been "law enforcement" crime which any red-blooded American citizen has a right to stand against (and will, unless they are more infatuated with stray dogs than the lives of people, and where this nation is rapidly heading). It is a page out of "Through The Looking Glass" to be faced with a choice between pleading guilty to an exaggerated charge that was preceded by outrageous law enforcement crime in the first place, or to stand before a judge where the facts in a fair trial would not only exonerate you, but provide the basis for a lawsuit against this place - but where, in reality, you are most likely to be found guilty by His Honor and receive the maximum sentence. There's much more to say here, but I hope you will be successful, if others are not.” I am afraid that the practice of challenging signatures is inherited in the American election process. It has been used as far back as Washington and Adams and many others of our founding fathers. Even President Obama used the signature count back in Chicago to help his carrier. So that should not have taken anyone by surprise. The problems that Art Jones and even Marino face were simply that their campaign was not started in time. Obviously nobody knew that Mayor Salem was unopposed until that article here in the Kingman Daily Miner. And by then time to organize a better campaign had pretty much run out due to the registration deadline. I cannot say that I ever met Mayor Salem or any of the City Council aside from one. I did however meet with Art Jones and wish I could have been more help to him than I really was. Although I did and do not know Art Jones very well, I was supporting his efforts alone on the basis that “citizen patriot” mentioned in his postings. It is the possibly unbelievable corruption of our law enforcement and judicial system, here in Kingman and Mohave County. Corruption does not only entail “briberies” but entails police misconduct, police abuse, malicious prosecution but also failure to prosecute, false arrests and imprisonments and the general abuse of power. Following the ladder up the chain of command it starts with the clerks and works itself up through the simple Sheriff’s Deputy to the Kingman Police Lieutenant over the Sheriff and City Attorney’s Office then the city council to the Mayor’s Office in which you’ll find none other than the Mayor of Kingman John Salem. Without a doubt the chain of command does still go further, but that would be too big of an bite to take on at the moment, so we should leave it with the most plausible “Commander in Chief”, Mayor John Salem. As the Mayor John Salem is the ultimate leader of Kingman so the ultimate responsibility falls on him by chain of command. While being “Commander in Chief” does not necessarily make Mayor John Salem corrupt as an individual, but as I not aware of the Mayor making a specific effort of combating and stopping the corruption in our city along with his city council makes them all at least gross negligent. Enough of a reason to recall them all or vote them out of Office. Justice & Liberty  (Jan 8, 2010 | post #2)

Kingman, AZ

Jones removed from March ballot

Jones removed from March ballot http://kingmandail yminer.com/main.as p?SectionID=1& SubSectionID=1 &ArticleID=355 13 The biggest downfall of Art Jones was simply that he started the collection of the signatures and with that his entire campaign too late. Art Jones was amongst the thousands of people who did not realize that nobody run against Mayor Salem in the next elections, until a article in the Kingman Daily Miner pointed that fact out. But by then it really was too late to start a campaign or even just the collection of the signatures in a timely manner. I too find it inconceivable that such a contra verse Mayor such as John Salem manages it to run unopposed in the next elections. But such are the facts. Maybe for the elections after the next one, his opponents will gather a little earlier, produce a viable candidate and start their campaign in time. For someone or someone’s who intend to govern the city that should not be an unobtainable feat. Justice & Liberty  (Jan 7, 2010 | post #1)