Former Wives, Girlfriends, Lovers, and Fellow Officers of the Four Police Officers Arrested for the death of George Floyd Reach Out to Jane and John Q. Public for Help Telling Their Stories
Los Gatos Based Business Gets Exclusive to Tell the Cops' Ex Wives and Girlfriends
Former wives, girlfriends, lovers, neighbors and family members of the four police officers who set off global protests related to police brutality after an 8 minute 46 second video went viral want to tell their story. Several Los Gatos, California based businesses are gearing up to help them do it,
The best divorce, civil rights, criminal defense and business lawyers in the country are currently in talks related to the the publicity rights of those closest to Derek Chauvin, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao, the four Minnesota police officers charged in the death of George Floyd that occurred over Memorial Day weekend.
The Minnesota Bar Association has reportedly been offered a joint contract with the First Amendment Coalition, and EFF to handle all the attorney referrals for anyone whose story is published on Jane and John Q Public in connection to George Floyd's death or the protesting and looting that occurred in the wake of video going viral. A video resulted in immediate firings and arrests of the officers holding a middle aged back man down as he declared " I Can't Breath", a statement that has now become the battle cry for a global movement calling for reform of law enforcement agencies across the globe,
A Los Gatos publicist has reportedly been granted the publicity rights for those whose stories are published on the Jane and John Q Public social media sites, or in the Mercury, San Jose Spotlight and Metro News.
San Jose family courts are some of the worst in the nation, Injustice in these courts is fueled by staggering wealth and power fed by Silicon Valley's tech and social media businesses where employees from Apple, Google, Paypal, Cisco, Twitter, Ebay, Facebook, Linked in and Twitter fund divorce lawyers, crooked cops and judges willing to ignore the Rule of Law.
As activists, academics and duly elected politicians gear up to change the culture found in America's law enforcement agencies, and legal systems, publishers and producers based in Los Gatos California are gearing up to tell the stories that were never told leading up to the death of George Floyd and the young 17 year old woman whose video was the most viral in the history of the world.
Divorce lawyers who have been locked down because of Santa Clara County's Shelter- In- Place orders related to COVID-19 are reporting staggering numbers of calls pouring into their offices while courts are shuttered. Calls are largely coming from police officers looking to change their wills and the spouses of police officers filing for divorce or domestic violence protection.
Court filings in cases connected to police officers have set off a firestorm of journalists , content producers and screen writers reaching out to law firms and reporters as they look of how to tell the background stories of police officers that had been concealed from the public until last week. Publishers and producers of content that appears on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and Apple TV are working round the clock to capture the stories of the spouses married to the bad , and good cops , who have become the focal point of the world.
Activist and politicians are reportedly working with police associations, including those connected to policing in the San Jose, Santa Clara, Los Gatos and Gilroy police departments to discuss training for journalists and those managing police departments. Reporters, academics, filmmakers and those responsible for hiring and training of police officers have long known of the physical and psychological threat police officers posed for communities all over the world, and duly elected politicians and local business leaders are looking to accelerate tackling telling the stories that happened in a culture of Blue Silence. A silence that allowed police officers to abuse those closet to them and innocent members of the public with impunity.
Court dockets in Santa Clara County, where courts have been shuttered since mid March, show a recent ruling by Santa Clara County Judge Helen Williams that has reportedly cleared the way for discussions on building a teaching and live-in residence out of a former shopping mall in Cupertino that will become a training facility and live-in residence for tech leaders, law enforcement , domestic violence advocates and reporters to help better tell the stories of police officers and those who know them best.
Judge Silver of Monterey and JAMS has reportedly been offered exclusivity to lead the teams drafting all mediation, arbitration, settlement and arbitration agreements for Apple, Google, Facebook, Ebay, Cisco, Yahoo, and any Los Gatos based businesses willing to invest in local investigative journalism. The ambitious publishing and production project that will expose the culture that lead to George Floyd's death.
Sunday June 14, 2020, Jane and John Q Public will announce which stories are going to be published in 2020, along with the nominees for best" #REPORTINGWHILE awards that will be announced on June 22, 2020 outside the Santa Clara County family courthouse.
A rally calling for the Recall of Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen is also planned that day where the stories of the wives, girlfriends and lovers of police officers all over Silicon Valley will be told and victims will demand the resignation of Northern California's top prosecutor, Jeff Rosen, has exhibited a pattern of protecting police brutalities for his own pollical gain since 2010.
Deadline to submit nominations for the 2020 Golden Gavel Award is June 22, 2020. Nominees will be announced in Judge McCracken's courtroom shortly after 1:30 pm. A panel of 6 lawyers and 6 local investigative reporters will announce Golden Shovel Awards for projects published or reported on prior to July 28, 2020.
All recipients of the Golden Gavel, Golden Padlock and Green Key Awards will be announced on July 28, 2020 and will be given to the law firms and reporters covering the following areas related to police misconduct and officer involved domestic violence cases.
Real Estate Law
Personal Injury Law
Reporting While Getting Arrested
Reporting While Divorced
Reporting While Pregnant
Reporting While Single
Reporting While Married
Reporting While Walking Dog
Reporting While Working From Home
Reporting On the Underground