Garber’s wife seeking $15 million; pretrial set in 2017 – Yet the people of Richland County need a Prosecutor to represent the County for what?

Bambi Couch don’t prosecute, how ever she will parade to #mendmansfield? Appears once again our Commissioners and Sheriff are getting counsel outside of what we already pay for by Law – ORC 309.09 which can be found on a previous blog here – http://blog.mansfieldersperspective.com/sovereign-citizen-speaks-out-on-blog-regarding-prosecutors-duties-in-richland-county-hmmm/

Garber’s wife seeking $15 million; pretrial set in 2017

Story depicts the following issues…

She is seeking $15 million from defendants: the Richland County Sheriff’s Office; Sheriff Steve Sheldon; deputies Jeff Frazier, Andrew Knee, James Nicholson and Donald Zehner; the Richland County Board of Commissioners; and Richland County. “The Richland County Sheriff’s Office is convinced that its officers acted appropriately and looks forward to litigating this matter to a conclusion,” said Melanie Williamson, who is representing all defendants. – The questions not being asked is…Who’s paying for this counsel, and WHY is Bambi Couch Page not representing the Board of Commissioners and Sheriff Steve Sheldon by law as follows?

ORC – 309.09 Legal adviser – additional legal counsel.

(A) The prosecuting attorney shall be the legal adviser of the board of county commissioners, board of elections, all other county officers and boards, and all tax-supported public libraries, and any of them may require written opinions or instructions from the prosecuting attorney in matters connected with their official duties. The prosecuting attorney shall prosecute and defend all suits and actions that any such officer, board, or tax-supported public library directs or to which it is a party, and no county officer may employ any other counsel or attorney at the expense of the county, except as provided in section 305.14 of the Revised Code.

305.14 Employment of legal counsel.

(A) The court of common pleas, upon the application of the prosecuting attorney and the board of county commissioners, may authorize the board to employ legal counsel to assist the prosecuting attorney, the board, or any other county officer in any matter of public business coming before such board or officer, and in the prosecution or defense of any action or proceeding in which such board or officer is a party or has an interest, in its official capacity.

A PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST IS IN ORDER TO SEE IF BAMBI COUCH AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HAVE FILED THIS APPLICATION? 

(B) The board of county commissioners may also employ legal counsel, as provided in section 309.09 of the Revised Code, to represent it in any matter of public business coming before such board, and in the prosecution or defense of any action or proceeding in which such board is a party or has an interest, in its official capacity.

(C) Notwithstanding division (A) of this section and except as provided in division (D) of this section, a county board of developmental disabilities or a public children services agency may, without the authorization of the court of common pleas, employ legal counsel to advise it or to represent it or any of its members or employees in any matter of public business coming before the board or agency or in the prosecution or defense of any action or proceeding in which the board or agency in its official capacity, or a board or agency member or employee in the member’s or employee’s official capacity, is a party or has an interest.

(D)

(1) In any legal proceeding in which the prosecuting attorney is fully able to perform the prosecuting attorney’s statutory duty to represent the county board of developmental disabilities or public children services agency without conflict of interest, the board or agency shall employ other counsel only with the written consent of the prosecuting attorney. In any legal proceeding in which the prosecuting attorney is unable, for any reason, to represent the board or agency, the prosecuting attorney shall so notify the board or agency – IN WRITING PEOPLE!, and, except as provided in division (D)(2) of this section, the board or agency may then employ counsel for the proceeding without further permission from any authority. DOES BAMBI BELIEVE THERE’S A CONFLICT OF INTEREST?, NOT WHAT WE HAVE READ SO FAR, SHE’S NOT GETTING SUED! 

(2) A public children services agency that receives money from the county general revenue fund must obtain the permission of the board of county commissioners of the county served by the agency before employing counsel under division (C) of this section.

Amended by 128th General Assemblych.29, SB 79, §1, eff. 10/6/2009.

Effective Date: 10-05-2000

NO WHERE DOES IT SAY OUR ELECTED PROSECUTOR CAN BE REPLACED. SAME GOES FOR THE TRIAL THAT FOUND A NO BILL BY TIMOTHY MCGINTY FROM CUYAHOGA COUNTY – WHY WAS HE HERE AGAIN, WHERE WAS JAMES MAYERS CONFLICT OF INTEREST, WHY BEING A PERFECTLY GOOD REPRESENTATIVE FOR YEARS HE COULD NOT DEFEND THE SHERIFF AND HIS MEN?

THERE ARE LAWS BEING BROKEN AND WE THE PEOPLE ARE PAYING FOR IT! – YES, PAYING FOR THE LEGAL SHAM PROCESS NOBODY SEEMS TO CARE?

THAT’S OK PEOPLE, YOU KNOW THERE’S A BUDDY SYSTEM, YET YOU LET THEM RAISE YOUR TAXES SO THEY CAN HIRE MORE FRIENDS…

***LOOK OVER THERE WHILE WE HIRE OVER HERE! – STATE FIRED APA SUPERVISOR JOHN MAYER NOW HAS 3 JOBS IN RICHLAND COUNTY, ALREADY WORKS FOR CAC AND COURT BUILDING SECURITY AND NOW HIRED INVESTIGATOR FOR A PROSECUTOR WHO WON’T PROSECUTE OR REPRESENT OFFICIALS????

PLEASE ENLIGHTEN US OH MIGHTY DREW TYLER WHO LAUGHS AT THIS, YOUR DAY OF RECKONING IS COMING MY ANONYMOUS FRIEND.

JOIN US JULY 9TH WHEN WE ARE REQUESTING BAMBI COUCH PAGE TO OUR MEETING TO DISCUSS ON THE RECORD HOW THEY GET AROUND THE LAW?

Another FALSE WITNESS STATEMENT by the MNJ – “Garber was shot and killed after a report of a domestic violence incident at his home last March. He reportedly told deputies he had a gun and threatened to use it against them before they shot him 14 times.” –

THE TRUTH IS BRIAN GARBER WAS FOUND IN HIS OLD BEDROOM SEEKING PEACE AND SERENITY ACROSS THE STREET AT HIS PARENTS HOME WHERE HE WAS MURDERED IN 90 SECONDS, THEY SAY WAS ENOUGH TIME TO TALK OUT? 

Connected stories leading up to this.

http://www.mansfieldersperspective.com/BrianGarber_NOJUSTICE_NOPEACE.html

 

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4 Responses to Garber’s wife seeking $15 million; pretrial set in 2017 – Yet the people of Richland County need a Prosecutor to represent the County for what?

  1. to fully address the Garber inciddent. The people must first question. was a grand jury of 15 citizens empaneled??? tim Mcginty says 9, the people say 15?? Second and most important, the county prosecutor, and no one else must and shall be part of the jury selection in as much as disqualifying some jurors through questioning in the name of the people. None of that has happened. we the people called for GRAND JURY we got fraud in every aspect of grand jury assignement and number and reopresentiation of the facts. In other words the gand jury of the people was never assembled nor was any evidence every presented to the grand jury by anyone?? Becasue only (Bambi Couch Page) richland County Prosecutor is allowed by law to represent the people.. You people will never see or know justice as long as you accept fraud upon the clerk of courts as common practice of lawful redress. You computer folks know this as GIGO Garbage in garbage out. Fraud going in (false prefatory statment) fraud comming out of the courts. Stop the fraud going in expect justice comming out by law..

  2. Phil says:

    Randy is right you know?

    Randy Shepherd
    1 hr · Shelby, OH ·
    Ok Folks, wanna watch as you tax dollaars go ouit of mansfield a dn into a law fimrs hands? The name of the DEfenSE attorney was popsted by Kaitlin Quin, to be Mellanie Williamson??? There are two such names registered wiht the Ohio Supreme court. Neither are affiliated with a government office of prosecutor. It is your law (orc.309.09) that requires the county prosecutor to represent buth the electerd Sherriff and the county commissioners. However someone contacted and retained private lawyers as bambi stis on her plump rump in our office.. Here are the details from SCONET
    Williamson, Melanie Jean 0079528
    Williamson, Melanie Jenae 0081984
    One of these ladies is from Cincinatti and one is from Columbus
    Neither are affilaited with Mansfield but will certainly get paid from Mansfield TAX dollars.

  3. Phil says:

    Come on Drew Tyler, please take time out of your busy day to tell us how you are still ROTFLMAO? – TICK, TICK, TICK – RELENTLESS CITIZENS ARE COMING!!!

  4. Phil says:

    What they are saying about one Deputy who led the way in this MURDER, already got away with others???? – It’s INTERESTING how they can SEAL RECORDS from using in other Grand Jury’s? My guess that’s why they call these secret Grand Jury’s?

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    Byron E Yambrisak ASORT Team Members Jason Bammann and Raymond Frazier forced entry into the house through the frontdoor. ( Id.; id. at 40; Doc. 170 (“ASORT MSJ”) at 32.) They yelled “police, search warrant!” and ran into the kitchen. ( Id.) There, they encountered Gilbert Rush, who was seated on the floor with blood running down his face. (R R at 10.) His unloaded shotgun was pointing at Bammann and Frazier, who then shot Gilbert Rush, killing him.

    Jamuary 2017 huh…… this is just enough time to enable Raymond “Jeff” Frazier to get another KILL under his belt.

    Why is it that Jeff Frazier seems to be the first officer to rush in and kill someone so often????
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    Byron E Yambrisak V. EVENTS GIVING RISE TO THE CURRENT DISPUTE
    On December 26, 2006, 17-year-old Krysten Blevins and her young child moved into 2610 Park Avenue East in Richland County, Ohio to live with Gilbert Rush, Jr. and Melissa Hendrick. (R R at 8.) Blevins had suffered abuse at the hands of her previous foster mother, Deandrea Whyel, who had forced her to steal from Wal-Mart and a number of other stores. ( Id.) This apparently was not an isolated event; Whyel was part of a retail theft ring. (R R at 9.) Blevins ultimately complained to the Richland County Juvenile Court about her treatment by Whyel, and that court approved her move into the *2525 Rush/Hendrick household, appointing Gilbert Rush to serve as Blevins’ legal guardian. ( Id.) Over the next two months, Richland County Children’s Services visited the Rush/Hendrick home on a number of occasions to check-in on Blevins. ( Id.) While in the home, the Richland County officials specifically noted that the guns in the household were stored safely in cabinets. ( Id.)
    On February 11, 2007, Blevins and Gilbert Rush called the Richland County Sheriff’s office seeking assistance. (Doc. 106-2 at 46-47 (“Ohio Uniform Incident Report”).)22 They reported that they had received a call in which the unidentified caller had threatened to kill them. ( Id.) On February 14, 2007, the sheriff was again called for assistance, when Hendrick tried to kill herself. ( Id. at 48-50.) Both of *847847 these calls were recorded in official incident reports ( see Id. at 46-50), available in summarized form in a database searchable by Richland County law enforcement officials ( see Doc. 106 (“Bosko Dep.”) at 106:17-107:10).
    22.
    In certain cases, many different documents were filed so that they appear as one document number in the Court’s electronic filing system. The Court’s initial abbreviation of these documents, consequently, is listed after the page number.

    A. Deandrea Whyel Implicates Her Former Foster Daughter
    Sometime in late 2006 or early 2007, Mansfield Juvenile Unit Detective Eric Bosko uncovered Whyel’s involvement in the theft ring. (R R at 9.)23 He recruited her as a confidential informant, and she provided him information leading to the recovery of stolen property from two separate addresses. (Doc. 170-2 (“Warrant”) at 5.) After providing Bosko this information, she told him to investigate Blevins and to search the Rush/Hendrick home for property that Blevins had stolen. (R R at 9.) Whyel informed Bosko incorrectly that the Rush/Hendrick home was dangerous; of particular relevance, she told Detective Bosko that there had been a “fairly recent” shooting at the Rush/Hedrick home (Bosko Dep. at 145:13-146:20), that Hedrick always had a loaded gun at the ready (Doc. 110 (“Messer Dep.”) at 5:24-25), and that there were loaded firearms throughout the Rush house (Bosko Dep. at 116:1-7). *2626
    23.
    At the time of these events, Detective Bosko reported to Mansfield Police Lieutenant John Wendling.

    B. Juvenile Unit Detective Bosko’s Investigation
    Bosko’s investigation of Blevins was atypical. While he knew that Blevins was a minor who had been one of Whyel’s foster children ( id. at 120:20-25), he did not appear to consider this relevant, nor is there any evidence that he attempted to determine why Blevins had been removed from Whyel’s care. He did not attempt to determine if Blevins had any previous involvement with the juvenile court ( id. 124:1-6), place any weight in a report that Blevins and Gilbert Rush had called the police seeking protection from death threats ( id. at 98:16 — 99:16; 102:4-103:4.), obtain police records indicating that the police had been called to the home because of a recent suicide attempt by Hedrick, nor observe that no evidence (i.e., a police report) supported Whyel’s contention that there had been a shooting incident at the Rush/Hedrick home. He did, on the other hand, as advised by Whyel, talk to Whyel’s ex-husband Robert Whyel. (Doc. 118-3 (“Bosko Tr.”) at 2.)
    It appears that the only information Bosko believed relevant to his investigation came from the Whyels. (Bosko Dep. at 94:10-96:14; 145:25-147:2.) Viewing the facts in the light most favorable to the non-moving party, as the Court must on summary judgment, a reasonable jury could conclude, indeed, that Bosko essentially performed no independent investigation whatsoever. ( See, e.g., id. at 94:10-96:14; 54:1-8; 145:25-147:2; cf. Doc. 141-1 (“Lyman Rep.”) at 23 (“[Bosko] failed to conduct a proper and thorough investigation. . . . [which] resulted in an overreliance on false or misleading information.”).)
    C. The February 28, 2007 Search Warrant
    On February 28, 2007, Detective Bosko applied for a search warrant for the Rush/Hendrick household. ( See Warrant.) His affidavit was based entirely on the information he obtained from the Whyels. (Bosko Tr. at 2.) Detective Bosko stated that:
    • Krysten had stolen some items from a Wal-Mart, which were at the Rush house.24

    24.
    Baby clothes, DVDs, PlayStation(r) games, and a DVD player.
    *8482784827
    • John Rush was a felon who had previously stolen a handgun, car stereo, and speakers, which were located at the house.
    • Melissa Hedrick, a resident of the house, was in possession of illegally obtained prescription medication, which made her paranoid. She possesses a loaded handgun at all times.
    • Residents in the house had numerous firearms, all of which were positioned so as to be available for self-defense.
    • Two dogs were on the exterior of the residence.
    ( See Warrant.) Little of this information would prove true. For example, while Hedrick does suffer from bipolar disorder, she takes a prescription obtained legally to treat this illness. (Doc. 232 (“Hedrick Dep.”) at 17:1-8.)
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    Byron E Yambrisak 1. Detective Bosko Requests the Assistance of ASORT
    After securing a warrant, Detective Bosko went to the home office of Mansfield Police Chief Phil Messier and requested authorization to use ASORT. Chief Messier explained that when Bosko came to Chief Messer’s house:
    I asked [Bosko] what the foundation was [for the request to use ASORT]. There’s — obviously there’s a policy that broadly dictates when a tactical team is to be used. He shared with me that a couple of occupants in the house were known to have weapons in the house. I believe the male occupant was known, according to his informant, to have a weapon near the kitchen or inside the house and that a female occupant was known to have a handgun as she moved about the house.
    And for that reason, they were seeking a nighttime search warrant, which I believe at that time had already been approved by a judge, and that they sought permission to additionally use the tactical team, which I approved.
    (Messer Dep. at 5:16-6:5.)25 Detective Bosko told Chief Messer that the search warrant was for stolen property and drugs ( id. at 6:23-7:1), although Detective Bosko did not tell Chief Messer any particular information about the quantity or type of drugs, nor the value of the property ( id. at 7:2-17). Indeed, *2828 Chief Messier did not ask any additional questions, nor was he given any additional facts. ( Id. at 6:6-12.)26 Based on this information, Messer authorized Detective Bosko to seek help from ASORT. ( Id. at 5:17-6:5.)
    25.
    Mansfield Captain Michelle Webb also came to the Chief’s house and apparently did at least some of the speaking, but no party maintains that Captain Webb had any type of material involvement in this litigation.

    26.
    Additionally, Bosko’s direct supervisor, Lieutenant Wendling, never questioned the information provided by Bosko, nor did Wendling read the warrant that Detective Bosko prepared for the Magistrate. (Doc. 108 at 6-7.)

    The Rush/Hedrick home was outside of Mansfield, within the jurisdiction of the Richland County Sherriff. (Doc. 109 (“Sheldon Dep.”) at 7:17-20.) Richland County Sherriff Jesse Stephen Sheldon explained, however, that neither he nor any other Richland County official needed to give permission for Mansfield to deploy ASORT there. ( Id. at 7:21-8:14; cf. id. at 10:14-17 (“I did not go into the briefing [prior to the raid on the Rush/Hedrick home]. I just went behind the Mifflin Fire Department to be there after they executed the search warrant as an observer just to see how the warrant went.”).)
    2. Detective Bosko Briefs ASORT
    Detective Bosko describes what happened next: *849849
    I talked to [ASORT] team leader [and Mansfield Police Officer] Rich Miller on the phone that evening . . . [I] briefed him on information I had . . and that I had obtained a nighttime search warrant. He agreed with that. When we briefed or met at the Mansfield Police Department, I physically had transported Rich Miller out there to do the drive-by, or what they call a scouting report.
    After doing a scouting report at the residence at 2619 Park Avenue East, he made a determination based on the fact of the information we had at hand, the layout of the structure, the dwelling at 2619 Park Avenue East, that it would be too dangerous for detectives to provide perimeter of the residence, that they would call additional team members to handle that. We then went back to the station. We then went back to METRICH27 where we conducted the formal briefing. . . .

    27.
    METRICH is a law enforcement task force in Richland County.
    [At the briefing] I provided them information as to the information I had on the persons in the house, the information I received from the confidential informants, and I had actually met with the confidential informant before going to the briefing and received information not to do the search warrant on the weekend due to the fact that the occupants at 2619 would engage in heavy drug and alcohol usage and there would be a *2929 likelihood of violence if we attempted to do anything on the weekend. I relayed that to the ASORT members.
    (Bosko Dep. at 138:24-142:14.)
    Neither Team Leader (and Mansfield Police Officer) Richard Miller nor ASORT Commander (and Shelby Police Captain) Michael Lance Combs asked any questions to confirm the accuracy of this information, notwithstanding that it was presented by a detective in the juvenile crimes unit who was investigating the theft of some property from a local retail store. (Doc. 124-5 (“Miller Dep.) at 29:3-5 (explaining that Miller did not consider it his responsibility to confirm the accuracy of information); id. at 27:24-28:4 (explaining that Miller did not know if it was Bosko’s responsibility to ensure that the information he provided ASORT was reliable); id. at 27:12-17 (explaining, when questioned a second time, that Miller assumed that it would be Bosko’s responsibility to ensure that information passed to ASORT was accurate); Doc. 229 (“Combs Dep.”) at 104:14-21 (Question: So you don’t get involved in determining the credibility or the reliability of the information relied upon [prior to deploying ASORT]; is that fair? Answer: I would have no way of doing that. We don’t get involved in the investigating preceding the raid or the warrant.”).) Although the warrant was valid for another three days, moreover, ASORT and Bosko chose to execute the warrant approximately five hours after Bosko first received it. ( See Warrant.) No member of ASORT appears to have considered it their responsibility to question whether Detective Bosko had learned any other information that might arguably be relevant, or to attempt to discover any other relevant information themselves (i.e., that the targets of this raid had themselves requested police assistance less than two weeks prior). (Doc. 109 (“Sheldon Dep.”) at 78:18-23 (“The ASORT team has a specific function. The ASORT team was directed that they needed to gain entry into this house. They had nothing to do with the investigation.”). *30
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    Byron E Yambrisak 3. The Execution of the Search Warrant
    Based entirely on Bosko’s briefing and a “drive-by” that ASORT Team Leader Miller had done of the property, Miller developed an operational plan for the service of the search warrant. (Miller Dep. 17:24-18:5.) *850850 ASORT did not deviate from this plan. (Combs Dep. at 184:6-11.)
    At approximately 11:00pm that evening, ASORT arrived at the Rush/Hedrick home to execute the search warrant. ( Id. at 7; Doc. 169 (“Mansfield MSJ”) at 10.) When ASORT arrived, the lights were off in the home and there was no sign that anyone might be awake. (R R at 8.) Gilbert Rush, in particular, was asleep. ( Id. at 31.)
    Combs threw a flash grenade into the air. ( Id. at 34.) This was designed to confuse the residents of the Rush/Hedrick home. ( See Combs Dep. at 151:17-19 (explaining that the purpose of the flash grenade was to cause a “substantial distraction”).) The other law enforcement personnel on the scene simultaneously began to shout police and bang on the door. (R R at 35; 9/2/09 Hrg. Tr. at 36:18-21 (“THE COURT: So the `knock and announce’ you are saying is `grenade and announce’? MANSFIELD ATTORNEY: Correct. Correct. And that’s what the testimony shows.”).)28 So, too, the ASORT members pointed their assault weapons at the windows of the house, although these were equipped with extremely bright lights that prevented residents from making a visual identification of the *3131 police. ( Id.) 29 From inside the house, the residents could not hear that it was the police — they merely heard “banging and yelling.” ( Id.) During this time, Officer Wheeler used a battering ram to enter the residence. (Mack Dep. 81:11-15; Doc. 169-22 (“Wheeler Ex.”) at 4.)
    28.
    It is the general practice of ASORT for the entire team to announce that they are the police. (Doc. 115 (“Mack Dep.”) at 32:20-33:2 (“Once we usually hear the knock on the door, it’s usually the whole team, just about the whole team says police search warrant. . . . It’s just been the way we’ve done things as long as I’ve been on the team.”).) ASORT, moreover, does not usually discuss in advance of the execution of a particular warrant how long team members should wait prior to forcing entry. ( Id. at 39:9-12.)

    29.
    The Defendants argue that ASORT uniforms clearly indicate that they are police. (Doc. 169 at 14-15.) Given that it was 11pm and the ASORT team members were pointing lights described as “insanely bright” and “blinding” (Doc. 181-6) at the house, their clothing is not relevant to an analysis of anything that occurred outside of the home. Construing the facts in the light most favorable to the non-moving party, an objectively reasonable law enforcement official would not believe that it would be possible for a citizen to make a visual identification of police officers utilizing such devices in this manner.

    As the above events transpired, Gilbert Rush awoke and retrieved a firearm. He turned on the kitchen light and appeared at the window holding his single-shot shotgun. (R R at 10.) Richland County Sherriff’s Deputy Robert Gouge then shot at Rush. ( Id.; id. at 36.) Rush responded to that gunfire ( id.) and multiple assault weapons were then discharged into the kitchen ( id. at 10). ASORT Team Members Jason Bammann and Raymond Frazier forced entry into the house through the frontdoor. ( Id.; id. at 40; Doc. 170 (“ASORT MSJ”) at 32.) They yelled “police, search warrant!” and ran into the kitchen. ( Id.) There, they encountered Gilbert Rush, who was seated on the floor with blood running down his face. (R R at 10.) His unloaded shotgun was pointing at Bammann and Frazier, who then shot Gilbert Rush, killing him. ( Id. at 10, 40.)
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    Byron E Yambrisak https://casetext.com/case/rush-v-city-of-mansfield
    RUSH v. CITY OF MANSFIELD, 771 F. Supp.2d 827 (N.D. Ohio 2011)
    Alphonse A. Gerhardstein, Andrea L. Reino, Gerhardstein Branch, Cincinnati, OH, David B. Malik, Chesterland, OH, for Plaintiffs.
    CASETEXT.COM
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    Byron E Yambrisak Back to Brian Garber now. Maybe email or call the attorneys who represent Sheldon and his cronies and let them know how you feel? After all your tax dollars are paying for them!

    The defendants have extended an offer of zero dollars, court records show.

    “The Richland County Sheriff’s Office is convinced that its officers acted appropriately and looks forward to litigating this matter to a conclusion,” said Melanie Williamson, who is representing all defendants.

    http://www.fishelhass.com/daniel-downey.html

    http://www.fishelhass.com/melanie-williamson.html

    Daniel T. Downey
    Dan joined the firm as a Partner in August 2013. He received his law degree from The Ohio State…
    FISHELHASS.COM
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    Randy Shepherd So this is another intereseting set of misrepresentation. NO County Porsecutor representing wihter the Sheriff nor the squatters who claim to be county Commissioners?? In other words the defendants have failed to appear. Why wait another year? Move for default judgment now?
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    Randy Shepherd Bambi is getting paid to seek justice for the couty and all agencies and all elected officials of the county in every court of the state.. But never does she do so.. now we have a law firm representing our elected sheriff and our elected squatters in office. You see either they (sheriff and commissioers) are governemnt officials wiht built in law counsel (Bambi) or they are squatters to be represented by private counsel.. which are you fiolks willing to pay for thruogh taxes. IN the federal case fundamentally the COUNTY has not appeard??? The COurt has never been granted jurisdcition and the case languishes in default whiole your illustriuos servants refuse to post bonds of office or appear. CIV. R 55
    in conjunction with civil rule 12 (applicable in federal court) this case is being streached and stretched to give private lawyers more tax dollars.
    If your interested where is Bambi where is John Spon where is mike Dewine?? all have a duty to report fraud, Mike yo mike when you gonna serve??
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