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Re: “A Troubled Rape Case Becomes Even More Troubling

Where are the criminal charges against Paul Sequeira and Bob Kochly. These are the real criminals that need to be prosecuted. Don't they have a legal obligation to report crimes. And these defense attorney's (O'Malley and O'Connor) are real stand up guys. Nice how they called Sequeira first and not the police. That says it all right there. These dochebags held onto to that information to use it to try and defeat Mark. No wonder O'Malley doesn't want his cell phone records released.

Any why do these guys still havea license to practice law. Hasn't anyone called the State Bar to report O'Malley and his gang.

The Department of Justice should drop the case against Gressett and file charges against O'Malley, Baker, Sequiera and those DA investigators for conspiracy, witness tampering and filing false police reports.

California Penal Code section 182(a)(2)-Anyone who falsely and maliciously conspire to indict or arrest someone for a crime they didn't commit.

California Penal Code section 137(a)- Every person who gives or offers, or promises to give, to any witness, person about to be called as a witness, or person about to give material information pertaining to a crime to a law
enforcement official, any bribe, upon any understanding or agreement
that the testimony of such witness or information given by such
person shall be thereby influenced is guilty of a felony.

California Penal Code section 137(c)-Every person who knowingly induces another person to give false testimony or withhold true testimony not privileged by law or to give false material information pertaining to a crime to, or to withhold true material information pertaining to a crime from, a law
enforcement official is guilty of a misdemeanor.

As used in this section "law enforcement official" includes
any district attorney, deputy district attorney, city attorney,
deputy city attorney, the Attorney General or any deputy attorney
general, or any peace officer included in Chapter 4.5 (commencing
with Section 830) of Title 3 of Part 2.

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Posted by offwiththeirheads on 09/01/2010 at 8:37 AM

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