Monterey County Sheriff Deputy "Snaps" and Exposes Family Court Corruption #WHAT IF GEORGE FLOYD DIDN'T DIE?
Emily Q, the wife of a Monterey County Sheriff Deputy, claims her husband has "snapped" under the pressure of police brutality protests. Now, he and his lawyers are willing to be a source for this website to expose corruption that overlaps law enforcement and family law cases.. By breaking his silence, the deputy has revealed law enforcement's Q Investigations, A Pay- As- You- Can Master Class Series..
As reasoning for coming forward, Emily and her husband explained:
" We sent our kids to Palma High School, but after one of our sons was raped, we decided to donate all our money to the school's educational programs. One such program teaches kids in grades 7-12 how to talk about sexual abuse, drugs and domestic violence.
To show they were legit, and not snitches for the DA's office, Emily Q and her husband have promised to work to get police reports and records for any and all cases referred by Jane and John Q Public. Any money they earn from criminal defense attorneys, victim advocates or journalists will go to fund their legal defense fund with the remaining funds going to private Catholic educational programs aimed at dealing with the impact of child abuse.
Emily and her husband have been disturbed by what they have been seeing happen in their own small community, but know that even cops who shoot white, brown or black women deserve a fair hearing.
As a bonus, the Q Investigations reveals a scheme that has been so successful because of the universal fact that everyone lies and everyone breaks the law. When asked to clarify, Emily explained:
"Look, do you always drive 55 mph on the freeway? No. Not one car will accurately register speed, and everyone has a speed risk factor. For example, you might be late for work so you drive 63, because you are thinking you won't get a ticket for that. If you are really late, you might drive 70 because you are willing to risk getting a ticket over being late for work. Or you might be so late that you drive 85 , then you aren't just willing to risk getting a ticket, you are willing to get arrested. As Joe Tully says, " You are screwed from the moment you are arrested" and the police know it.
Emily recounted how many times she knew her husband had arrested someone because he was personally biased, or because he was working in line with the culture of the cops and the local lawyers and judges. She recounts many times when her husband witnesses or made an arrest for a divorce lawyer, at the request of a " client" that just wasn't warranted.
She recalled learning about one divorce case involving Rick Antle, a big wig in the Salinas Valley with farming businesses with interests and holdings in farming operations all over the world. While having a flagrant affair with an organic produce executive from Earthbound Farms, Rick was known to have paid off cops, bank executives and judges two years before his divorce was filed. Rick was represented with Billie French and learned he had to discredit his former wife with threats of domestic violence restraining orders and unfit parenting claims, or Rick's criminality as a top level executive for Tanimura and Antle, T& A.
Papers from the Antle divorce recently surfaced as part of the Mitchell Papers. The papers, believed to have been left at a Catholic high school in San Jose California by divorce attorney Elise Mitchell. The papers show accountings for payments to and from cops, lawyers and relatives of judges from all over California, but mainly for Santa Clara, Monterey, San Benito, San Mateo, Contra Costa and Santa Cruz Counties.
Lists kept in the Mitchell Papers also contain the names , photos , websites and articles of activists or victims who pose a threat to what has clearly become a criminal enterprise operating in our law enforcement agencies and court systems. The lists show emails between former cops who now work as private security and regularly get assignments to investigate the spouses of high level business executives from Salinas to Silicon Valley who might expose criminal activity in both the businesses and the criminal enterprise operating around the area's divorce and custody cases.
Emily and her husband recounted how these cops working on secondary employment assignments cross the line to tap phones, hack computers and plant blogs and emails to discredit and silence the unknowing, or innocent spouses.
Emily and her husband note family courts are not much different than criminal courts , only if you are really poor in family court, the judge doesn't have to give you a lawyer like they do in criminal court. There of course are no jurors in family law cases.
So for the spouses who don' t understand they need a civil lawyer to deal with torts such as fraud , conversion and breech of fiduciary duty or civil domestic violence, where claims are tried before a jury, not a judge who can be easily bribed , so the divorce lawyers work over time to keep that fact a secret from their clients in order to keep the most money [possible in the family law mob that operates in nearly every divorce case going to court in California. Several Grandmothers have been working with Emily and her husband to get important information out to families and their children who can fall prey to the enterprise during a divorce, custody or CPS case.
The Mitchell papers, believed to have been curated by family law attorney Elise Mitchell show a complex scheme whereby spouses involved in serious criminal activity hire lawyers, accountants and special experts to make sure they ride out the Statute of Limitations for their most criminal conduct. Using a sham of false domestic violence claims, cops working for the criminal enterprise support DV claims by drafting false police reports in domestic violence cases in order to get criminal charges brought against a former spouse as a litigation tool in a divorce case. One such case where Mitchell herself was appointed as minor's counsel for children in Gilroy, gave incentive for Emily's Husband, who wished to go under the name " Joe":, to come forward.
The case got swooped up by the enterprise when Santa Clara County Judge Stuart Scott appointed Elise Mitchell to represent two young boys connected to the Filice and Giacalone families in a divorce case where the boy's big sister is half black and half white. When the mother in that case attempted to expose potential child abuse and domestic violence in her family law case, Mitchell was brought in to "control the case".
Mitchell was court order to be paid by both the mother and the father despite the fact the mother was put on supervised visitation, requiring her to pay hundreds of dollars a week. Mitchell was known to regularly assure the father in that case, that she would get him favorable rulings before Judge Scott. The Mitchell case confirms this was more likely true as the Gaicalone case in the Mitchell Papers note payments to Monterey and Santa Clara Sheriffs Deputies as well as Gilroy police. Annie Fortino, Richard Roggia and Rory Coetzee also were noted in the receipts for earning money off the cases in connection with Intero Real Estate Broker Patty Filice, an agent who pushes real estate deals in several counties through as a way of funding the legal enterprise.
Mitchell's papers show Filice connected to lawyers in Los Gatos and Gilroy sits in a position to assure home equity ordered cashed out in a divorce case is funded to the enterprise through bribes, kickbacks and money laundering activities. Filice is also noted in the papers as being connected to Shelia Pott , high level lending executive reportedly making questionable loans to members of the enterprise in cooperation with the Santa Clara County DA , Jeff Rosen, the government lawyer greatly benefiting from the criminal enterprise.
Mitchell's own husband was recently overheard complaining that his wife's reckless handling of paperwork and office staff, along with a minor's counsel appointments for a Gilroy case with a half black , half white kid attending Gilroy High School during the Garlic Festival Shooting , is putting the criminal enterprise at risk of exposure based on the global pandemic related to COVID-19 and recent police brutality protests that have spanned the nation.
Emily's husband authenticated the Mitchell papers' , by confirming the identity of the police officers who recently pulled over and towed the car of a ag executive's former wife who was heard on KGO radio complaining about the Monterey County Sheriffs Department. These same cops are working secondary employment for Apple, Facebook , Google, Ebay, and Twitter and those guys have been donating to an association to #SAVELOCALNEWS.
YouTube Channels are reportedly teaching a series about Rick Antle's Divorce. Attorney Billie French along with civil business attorneys Carmen Ponce, Effie Anastassiou and John Kesecker have been asked to do the legal commentary on that channel where they are going to reveal the tricks Billie French pulled to make sure Rick Antle didn't have to pay his wife her share of T&A and Agricoat, LLC during their divorce. As a bonus Bruce Taylor's wife has been asked to read the series in a podcast as part of Palma High School's educational series.
Sources known to Emily and her husband report the largest amount of money is earned when the enterprise is able to get clients to convince former spouses to get into private judging. In Monterey Rory Cortese has used James Cox to protect the criminality of his construction business clients., and Katherine Stoner to protect the criminality of clients in the ag industry. Rory reportedly worked with Fenton Keller to launder money through business startup and LLCs in Monterey , and Hoge Fenton in San Jose, where "Maggie " regularly refers unknowing spouses to lawyers who are not part of the corruption, and who will be precluded from the enterprise from earning attorney fees or awards from the court in divorce cases where the members of the enterprise work to maintain a monopoly.
Emily and her Monterey County Sheriff Deputy Husband wish to remain anonymous in order to protect the identity of their children and grandchildren. they were inspired by groups of criminal defense lawyers coming forward to speak out against prosecutors in a BLM era. They remain hopeful that regardless of politics people will ultimately remember the issues related to family and community are universal even in the most conservatives farming communities such as Salinas, Gonzales, Soledad and King City, to the more liberal areas in Mt. View, Campbell, Los Altos, Los Gatos, and San Jose.
Emily adds her husband is a good man and is a good cop, but he knew he crossed the line when he accepted pay or gifts intended to buy his silence to protect the culture that has infected law enforcement agencies and court cultures all across the state. Emily has more confidence that DAs including Jeannine M. Pacioni will work to change the culture in law enforcement and courts more than the Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen has shown to have done. Rosen has been the target of activists, journalists and criminals defense lawyers for the culture Rosen has created in the San Jose, Los Gatos Gilroy and Santa Clara law enforcement agencies where Rosen is married to a family law judge, personally connected to Judge Towery and Northern California Innocence Project Attorney Karyn Sininu Towery. Karen being investigated for public corruption in connection to her role at Santa Clara University , a private Catholic college in Santa Clara.
District Attorney Jeff Rosen and Judge James Towery Investigated for Bribery, Obstruction of Justice, Human Trafficking and for Rigging Divorce and Custody Cases in Santa Clara County.