Chief Pathologist Resigns to Expose Sheriff for Falsifying Autopsy Reports to Protect Killer Cops

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San Joaquin, California – The resignation of a chief autopsy doctor has raised questions as he is now claiming that he chose to resign because he no longer wanted to stand by and watch the sheriff override his findings from death investigations, in order to protect law enforcement.

Former Chief Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Bennet Omalu, claimed that when he was conducting autopsies on individuals who were killed by police officers, Sheriff-Coroner Steve Moore attempted to influence his medical findings, according to a report from KQED News.

Based on a series of documents that include memos from Omalu, the report claims the doctor said some of the most alarming death investigations Moore tried to override were those of people who “died in the custody of law enforcement officers who used Tasers or other types of force.”

“The sheriff was using his political office as the coroner to protect police officers whenever someone died while in custody or during arrest. I had thought that this was initially an anomaly, but now, especially beginning in 2016, it has become routine practice.”

The resignations of both Dr. Omalu and his colleague, Dr. Susan Parson, come months after they began documenting Moore’s behavior in March. Their complaints against the sheriff include accusations that he routinely changed the labels on “homicides” to “accidents,” and he would delay the written reports pathologists needed from sheriff’s investigators in order to complete their cases for months.

The doctors also claim that on several occasions, when overseeing coroner operations, Moore would order technicians to cut the hands off bodies, without the knowledge, consent or supervision of the physicians.”

A report from the Sacramento Bee noted that according to the doctors, Moore’s staff “ordered the hands be cut off of at least five corpses this year to be sent to a forensics lab to identify the deceased.”  While the sheriff claimed that the purpose was for identification, the doctors allege that “in some instances, the victims’ identity was already known and in others, police failed to attempt to identify the dead by investigative means.”

Sheriff Steve Moore has always made calculated attempts to control me as a physician and influence my professional judgement,” Omalu wrote, noting that while he became the county’s chief forensic pathologist in 2007, the treatment has gotten worse over the last two years.

As the report from KQED noted, there were a number of deaths documents by Dr. Omalu that called Moore’s conduct into question. One of the cases occurred when Daniel Humphreys died in 2008. Initial reports claimed that the father of two young children was fleeing from police on his motorcycle when he hit a median in the freeway and died. Officers admitted that they shocked Humphreys with a Taser once or twice.

However, Omalu noted that when he went to check the automatic computer records of how many times the Taser was fired, he was told the record did not exist. It wasn’t until two years later that a deputy district attorney let him see the Taser report, which revealed that police shocked Humphreys with a Taser 31 times.

After viewing the Taser report, Omalu changed the cause of Humphreys’ death from “accident” from a head injury, to “homicide by electrocution.

Moore released a statement on the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, denying the allegations that he interfered with the results of the death investigations conducted by Dr. Omalu and Dr. Susan Parson.

“There have been questions recently about whether I have interfered with forensic investigations. That has never happened. I would never try to control, influence, or change the opinions of Dr. Omalu or any pathologist working on a case, but I still have the responsibility of making the final determination.”

However, Omalu is not backing down. In addition to resigning from his position, he is attempting to shed light on the ongoing problems within the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Department, which has found a way to ensure that officers who murder innocent citizens will not face consequences.

“The Sheriff does whatever he feels like doing as the coroner, in total disregard of bioethics, standards of practice of medicine and the generally accepted principles of medicine,” Dr. Omalu wrote.

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Georgia Sheriff in School Search Case Faces New Charges of Obstruction


Worth County Sheriff Jeff Hobby faces new charges this week related to the bizarre case where he ordered his deputies to carry out a massive drug search that violated the constitutional rights of hundreds of high school students in south Georgia.

The new charges filed Monday come two months after a Worth County grand jury indicted the sheriff on charges of sexual battery, false imprisonment and violation of oath of office related to the search he ordered in April where his deputies carried out invasive body searches of an entire local high school.

The latest charges accuse Hobby of interfering with the GBI’s criminal investigation in the case. Hobby is charged with interfering with witnesses, obstruction of justice and violation of oath of office. The warrants say Hobby told his employees at the sheriff’s office not to talk about the case with GBI investigators or the local district attorney’s office as they were investigating last summer.

The warrant said he threatened to fire his employees if they talked to investigators. Hobby in October was also accused of interfering with a GBI investigation into a separate case involving a drug arrest of his teenage son.

Gov. Nathan Deal suspended Hobby last month, pending the outcome of the criminal charges related to the high school search.

Source: http://www.ajc.com/news/breaking-news/sheriff-school-search-case-faces-new-charges-obstruction/vzYL9Eshr8yRp88JdNO24N/

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Nine Women Now Describe Groping by San Diego County Sheriff’s Deputy


Sexual misconduct accusations against Deputy Richard Fischer continue to mount as four more women filed lawsuits or legal claims against the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department this week.

The latest allegations — two lawsuits and two claims — raise the number of complaints to nine. All of the alleged victims report similar stories of unwelcome hugs, groping and, in some cases, implied threats.

“When he clicked the seat belt into place, he rubbed L.R.’s breasts up and down using the heel of his hand and the inner part of his arm,” one of the new lawsuits alleges. “Fischer said, ‘Oh I hope your husband doesn’t mind.’”

That complaint, filed Wednesday in San Diego Superior Court by a woman who did not want to be publicly identified as a victim of sexual assault, accuses Fischer of accosting her five other times before she was released with a misdemeanor ticket last year.

“L.R. continues to be scared of law enforcement officers, and every time she sees a SDSO vehicle she wonders if it is Fischer and is frightened that Fischer may retaliate against her,” the lawsuit states.

Fischer was placed on desk duty in October after one woman came forward. He was put on formal leave last month after a slew of others came forward to report similar behavior after news stories by U-T Watchdog.

Sheriff’s Department officials have said little beyond confirming that they opened an internal investigation in October and subsequently launched a separate criminal probe.

The 31-year-old deputy has not responded to multiple requests for interviews.

Attorney Dan Gilleon represents all eight of the plaintiffs and claimants. He said one of his clients alerted the department to Fischer’s behavior more than a year and a half ago — and officials failed to take any action.

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“It’s a thin blue line,” Gilleon said. “There’s a culture or a code within law enforcement where the first thing you do is you always have your partner’s back — until it’s obvious you can’t.”

One claim filed Thursday alleges Fischer stopped a woman in Vista last June about 1:30 a.m. and fondled her after learning that her driver’s license was suspended.

“I apologize if it seems like I’m holding your hands but you’re just so hot,” the claim quotes Fischer as telling her while he held the woman’s hands behind her back with one of his hands.

“With his free hand, Dep. Fischer groped claimant by sticking his hand in her deep front pockets and rubbing his hand on her vaginal area and by sticking his hand in her back pockets and rubbing her buttocks while making a comment about how he liked the shape of her body,” the claim added.

Another case filed this week involved a burglary victim who said Fischer returned to her home several hours after he and another deputy completed their initial report. He knew the woman’s husband was out of the country, the lawsuit states.

“T.S. was shocked and taken aback by the way Fischer hugged her because it did not feel as if Fischer was trying to convey that he was sorry for what had happened to her,” the suit said. “T.S. felt it was a ‘different kind of hug.’ Fischer’s hug was unsolicited and unwanted.”

The fourth allegation filed this week involves a woman who said Fischer pulled her over a second time, just after he and another deputy had advised her to replace a missing taillight. He followed her home for her own safety, the claim states.

“When they arrived at claimant’s home, Dep. Fischer asked the claimant for a hug and hugged her, his arms embracing her near the low back and top of the buttocks,” it said. “Dep. Fischer told claimant that she was very attractive and began to question her on whether she was married, lived alone, had roommates or a boyfriend.”

Fischer followed the women to her front gate but left when the male landlord appeared, the claim said.

Previously, five other women in recent weeks accused the deputy of repeated groping, unwelcome hugs, rubbing their hands against his genitals and other misconduct.

The claims and lawsuits against the San Diego Sheriff’s Department each seek in excess of $6 million, plus punitive damages against Fischer.

That amount is not unprecedented in local law enforcement. In 2014, the City of San Diego agreed to pay $5.9 million to a woman who said she was groped in a 7-Eleven restroom by one of its police officers.

Source: http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/watchdog/sd-me-fischer-allegations-20171207-story.html

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Sheriff Says Graphic Video of K9 Attacking Mentally Ill Man for No Reason Shows Proper Procedure

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Columbia County, OR — If you are a mentally ill, unarmed, and distressed inmate, it is entirely acceptable for officers to force their K9 to shred you to pieces for standing peacefully against a wall—according to Columbia County Sheriff Jeff Dickerson.

“It starts with a bark,” Dickerson told the Columbia County Spotlight. “It’s similar to everything we do. There’s a whole range of force options out there that a deputy can use.”

The graphic video of Columbia County Sheriff’s deputies siccing their Belgian Malinois on mentally ill inmate Christopher Bartlett is now the center of a controversy as Dickerson claiming it shows cops acted appropriately.

“Incident reports indicate Christopher Bartlett, an inmate who had been combative with deputies and may have a history of mental illness, needed to be moved to a different pod in the jail,” the Columbia County Spotlight reported. “Dickerson says the August incident with Bartlett, who resisted and was documented to be combative, was reviewed and deemed a justifiable use of force. In fact, Dickerson says, it went exactly as it should have, with Lars seizing the inmate, and the inmate being removed ‘without serious injury.’”

However, that day, Bartlett was not combative when Deputy Ryan Dews sicced his K9 on the mentally ill inmate.

As the video shows, police were telling Bartlett to bring his hands to the cell door port so he could be placed in cuffs so they could move him to a new cell. However, likely due to his diminished mental state, instead of complying with the deputies’ orders, Bartlett remained with his back against the cell wall.

This apparently infuriated the deputies. “You’re gonna get bit!” a deputy warns Bartlett.

Seconds later, the cell door flies open as the K9 leaps in. Likely fearing the attack from the K9, Bartlett threw a plastic tub toward the door as the K9 latched on to his forearm and began tearing into him.

For over 20 seconds, Lars, the K9, tears into Bartlett’s skin. As is standard procedure when police force their dogs to tear into non-violent victims, a deputy screamed at Bartlett repeatedly to “Stop Resisting!” and “relax!” Bartlett—writhing in pain from the vicious attack—has a hard time laying completely still.

“Good boy! Good boy!” exclaims the deputy after his K9 just tore into a mentally ill man for no reason.

Naturally, the sheriff told reporters that Bartlett’s treatment and subsequent injuries were part of keeping his deputies safe.

“We bring the dog in and we give him a command to bark,” Dickerson explains. “We need people to realize there is a dog and the dog is ready to go at it if you continue to push the issue. The dog is trained so that the officer doesn’t have to get in there and get into a fistfight with somebody.”

Instead of applying a little bit of courage and walking into the cell with the two other officers to restrain a mentally ill man, the deputies sent in their dog to draw blood.

Predictably, the sheriff’s department investigated themselves and not only did they find they did nothing wrong, but, according to Dickerson, it went exactly as it should have.

“We do not relish having to resort to force,” Dickerson stated via email. “We do what we can to minimize the length and intensity of these confrontations to protect the staff AND the inmates from severe injury.”

The CCSO canine policy stipulates deputies may rely on a dog when a suspect poses “an imminent threat of violence or serious harm” which was not at all the case. However, in a ridiculous catch-all addition, the sheriff claims the authority to mutilate mentally ill inmates if they are “physically resisting” or even “threatening to resist arrest.”

Apparently, to the sheriff, standing against the wall was perceived as threatening to resist arrest and so a man was mauled by a dog.

Below is a video that shows how mentally ill people are treated in the land of the free. 

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Autopsy Doctors Say Sheriff Overrode Death Findings to Protect Law Enforcement


Two San Joaquin County forensic pathologists have accused the sheriff of meddling in death investigations in order to protect officers of the law. Documents released Monday by a pathologist who announced her resignation last week raise serious questions about the integrity of investigations of people who died in the custody of law enforcement officers who used Tasers or other types of force.

Dr. Susan Parson, who performs autopsies for the county, accused Sheriff-Coroner Steve Moore of interfering with her work, and sent copies of emails, notes and other correspondence to the district attorney and the Board of Supervisors documenting her claims.

‘The sheriff was using his political office as the coroner to protect police officers whenever someone died while in custody or during arrest. … I had thought that this was initially an anomaly, but now, especially beginning in 2016, it has become routine practice.’

The documents, obtained by KQED, also include correspondence and memos written by the county’s chief forensic pathologist, Dr. Bennet Omalu.

The Nigerian-born neuropathologist rose to national prominence in 2005 after he published his discovery of a degenerative brain disease in football players he named chronic traumatic encephalopathy or CTE. His discovery was documented in the 2015 film “Concussion,” starring Will Smith.

San Joaquin County hired Omalu in 2007 to raise the standards of death investigations. But in a memo Omalu wrote on Aug. 22, 2017, he indicated it was a losing prospect.

“I have always believed that the longer I spent in the office, the better the office would become,” Omalu wrote. “I was wrong.”

In March 2017, Omalu and Parson began documenting incidents they believe show wrongdoing by Sheriff Moore. The two doctors allege the sheriff labeled certain deaths as “accidents” rather than “homicides” to shield from prosecution law enforcement officers who were involved.

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  • This bastard needs to be voted out of office by the people of San Joaquin County. I say this because you, and I, both know that the state AG will never bring charges against this douche who calls himself a member of law enforcement. Can you say recalll…

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EXCLUSIVE: Sheriff Shoots Unarmed Man in the Face With a Shotgun, All 7 Dashcams ‘Malfunction’

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Baxley, GA — Police work has long been a cat and mouse game, but for one Georgia man, his decision to run from the police on his motorcycle quickly turned into a fight for his life. It all began when police attempted to pull 23-year-old Mathew Jared Schantz over for driving without a license plate.

The chase ended at a roadblock on Hwy. 341 when then Appling Co. Sheriff “Mr. Benny” Deloach (below) shot Schantz in the face with 12-gauge buckshot.

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In an exclusive interview, Schantz told The Free Thought Project that while he now regrets running from police, when the encounter occurred on June 17, 2016, he had just bought the bike and “didn’t want to be hassled” because he did not have a license plate.

He took off quickly to get away from pursuing officers, and thought he had lost them—but they quickly tailed him. Schantz said he lost them again, but the chase continued for quite some time. In a written statement he told TFTP:

“It was roughly 30 miles but I wasn’t actively being pursued the whole time. I lightly ran for about 2 miles then tried to slow down (thinking they quit chasing me) but took off when I noticed they were still chasing. Lost them. Then came up on a road block about 25 miles down the road.”

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“Pretty rough to be honest. I developed severe post traumatic stress disorder. My jaw had to be reconstructed. (I had) 3 teeth implanted. Plus I still have 3 pellets in me.” 

The young man said he was unarmed, had no warrants for his arrest, and believes Sheriff Deloach abused his badge when he attempted to kill him for fleeing from the officers. Adding insult to serious injuries, Schantz was charged with felony eluding, posted $17,000  bail, and is due in court on December 5.

“I certainly realize I shouldn’t have ran. It was stupid. My problem is them shooting me for running away. Then covering it up by lying and deleting videos.”

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Ocean County Sheriff’s Officer Admits Stealing Cocaine Used For Canine Training


A lieutenant who was heading the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department canine unit has pleaded guilty to misusing more than a kilogram of cocaine designated for canine training.

John C. Adams, 40, of Toms River is required to serve three years in prison with two years of parole ineligibility under a guilty plea to official misconduct and theft entered Thursday, the county prosecutor’s office said.

Adams, who was a sheriff’s officer for 16 years, also must give up his public employment and is ineligible for future government work in New Jersey.

A judge is scheduled to sentence Adams, who is free on bail, on April 6.

No one answered the phone Friday morning at a number listed for Adams, and the voice mailbox was full. The identity of his lawyer was not immediately clear.

Prosecutors said they believe that between between May 15, 2015, and Feb. 11, 2017, Adams used the cocaine himself and falsely reported that it had been accidentally thrown away with other canine training supplies. He blamed other members of the canine unit for the cocaine’s disappearance, prosecutors said.

Adams was hired to the sheriff’s office as a dispatcher in 2000 and became an officer a year later, Sheriff Michael Mastronardy previously said. He said Adams was suspended without pay when he was charged with the crimes in March.

Mastronardy said his office had made “minor policy and procedure changes” to prevent similar incidents in the future.

The sheriff’s department cooperated and helped throughout the investigation, prosecutors said.

Source: http://www.nj.com/ocean/index.ssf/2017/12/sheriffs_officer_admits_stealing_cocaine_used_for.html

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Four Pinellas Sheriff’s Deputies Suspended After Neglecting Duties During Hurricane Irma


Four Pinellas County sheriff’s deputies were suspended after internal investigations found they neglected their duties during Hurricane Irma.

Deputies Jason Beetz, Kristen Spielmeyer and Brian Williams received 40 hours without pay with part of the punishments delayed if they stay out of trouble for the next year, according to the investigations. Beetz and Williams were also demoted to patrol deputies from their jobs as narcotics detectives, said Sheriff Bob Gualtieri. Cpl. Hal White was handed down 16 hours.

Gualtieri said they all accepted responsibility and apologized, but their mistakes still warranted punishment.

“First responders make a decision to enter a profession that really is an ultimate inconvenience,” he said. “When everyone else was stepping up, they stepped out.”

The employees could not be reached for comment Wednesday. Spielmeyer has worked for the agency since 1992, White and Williams since 2005, and Beetz since 2013.

The Sheriff’s Office reminds employees to have a plan for themselves and their families every year at the start of hurricane season, Gualtieri said. As Irma barreled toward Florida, supervisors communicated with their employees to make sure their responsibilities during the storm were clear.

Beetz, 32, was assigned to patrol evacuation areas then shelter at the Sheriff’s Administration Building, according to the investigation. He told his supervisors that, while he was aware of the consequences, he wouldn’t report for duty. Spielmeyer, 45, evacuated instead of reporting for duty at the jail. Williams, 35, showed up at the beginning of his shift to patrol evacuation areas but went home an hour later.

The investigative summaries don’t state why, but Gualtieri said they all had family members at home and didn’t make necessary arrangements ahead of time.

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[WATCH] Girl Heartbroken After Rockland County Sheriff’s K9 Kills Family Dog


NEW CITY, N.Y. — A dog trained to work with the Rockland County Sheriff’s Office attacked and fatally wounded a family pet without provocation.

As CBS2’s Ali Bauman reported, Ginger the Cavapoo was barely 10-lbs soaking wet. She was no match for a German shepherd trained with the Rockland County Sheriff’s Office who lives with a detective in the neighborhood.

“She was my best friend,” Kristine Forde said.

Forde, 13, was getting ready for school around 7 a.m. Tuesday. Her father had left for work and the nanny took Ginger for a walk to Grand Street in New City.

“She turned around, saw the dog coming at them, and then she did the best she could to prepare,” Tom Forde said.

Detective Dwayne Defino pried him off, brought the bloodied Ginger home and Kristina called her father who works an hour away.

“At this point the dog still showed signs of life,” Tom said.

Forde said his nanny does not have a car or driver’s license to bring the dog to the hospital herself. She told him after the attack that the officer put Ginger in his car and waited outside Forde’s home.

“I pull up and the dog was in the back, the gentleman’s car and he stated to me, ‘I don’t think the dog’s going to make it,” Forde said, “And I said, ‘what is the dog still doing here? Why aren’t you at the hospital?”

“The detective knew the dog had passed n and was going to return the dog home,” Chief William Barbera said.

Forde argued the detective wasted too much time waiting around while Ginger was bleeding out in the back.

“Whether the dog would’ve made it or not I don’t know, but I find it disheartening maybe an hour went by before anything was done,” Forde said.

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Officer Caught Sexual Misconduct on Tape But Alabama Sheriff Punished Her Instead

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Madison County, Alabama Sheriff is being sued for discrimination after members of the office allege multiple cases of sexual misconduct without consequence, one of which was caught on tape.

According to WHNT, a lawsuit claims that Marina Garcia, who’s worked as an investigator for 21 years, was the subject of Sheriff Blake Dorning’s retaliation after reporting the problems to supervisors. The problems began after she was transferred to work in the Sex Offender Registration Notification Act (SORNA) office in 2004, according to the suit.

Garcia ultimately set up recording equipment to catch a deputy in the Criminal Investigation Division involved in a sex act. Her attorney explained that she concluded she was forced to record the incident to prove what she was experiencing.

“Investigator Garcia felt it would be futile to complain to Sheriff Dorning and Chief Deputy Sheriff Jernigan,” said attorney Michael Weathers. “That nothing would be done and her only recourse within the sheriff’s office was to video and audio record what was going on.”

The lawsuit comes after Garcia said she was punished, threatened and demoted after complaining about a culture of harassment and a relationship between a supervisor and a subordinate. The suit says that Garcia complained to supervisor Charles Berry, who is also named as a defendant in the case. He is alleged to have been having an affair with an anonymous female subordinate staffer.

“Investigator Garcia complained and reported that because of Anonymous’s relationship with Cpt. (Charles) Berry, Anonymous would take over Garcia’s job and tell Investigator Garcia what to do and not to do,” the lawsuit claims.

She alleged Berry’s relationship with the subordinate hindered with her work and made for a hostile workplace.

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