Melcher Crypto Payments Linked to Santa Clara County Sheriff Deputies Working as Court Bailiffs
Data Footprints for Santa Clara County Sheriff Deputies Manuel Rey and Carrie Swenson , exposed by LA Divorce Attorney Christopher Melcher who works as a " volunteer" Sheriff Deputy in Los Angeles, reveal patterns of white collar gang activity tied to California's family and criminal courthouses.
These patterns show complex bribery schemes connected to divorce case rigging. The scheme includes kickbacks to Sheriff deputies working in public courthouses, or hired on overtime to work secondary employment for the 49ers, LA Dodgers.
These data dumps also reveal cops connected to public and private court judges as well as secondary side hustles for businesses performing arbitration, mediation and private judge services.
Santa Clara Sheriff Sgt. Manual Rey Connects to Ghost Knowledge Account in Family Court Files
When Sargent Rey's digital footprint connected to the LA Dogers and former Family Court Public Information Officer Joe Macaluso, he exposed a Ghost Knowledge Account funded through cryprocurrency transactions by divorce lawyers, judges, and court appointed witnesses. These accounts reveal Santa Clara Sheriff Department Gangs operating through a" 7:30 Club" in Santa Clara County, and police officer associations throughout the state running a money laundering and bribery scheme that involves the rigging divorce and cusotdy cases up through the Court of Appeal.
It was the linking of Rey and Swenson's digital footprints that exposed the state wide operation weaving throughout California's courts and law enforcement agencies in Los Angeles, Orange County, Santa Clara, Los Gatos, Gilroy and Morgan Hill.
Digital footprints exposing these Santa Clara Sheriff gangs connected to family court cases and the Sixth District Court of Appeal are being scrapped and uploaded to an investigative database. That database is being sold through Bay Area News Group reporters and shareholders in the private companies known as JAMS, ADR Services and Siganture Resolutions. Businesses that conduct 90% of California's mandatory arbitration and private judging cases.