Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Get your Head Checked

Phineas Gage

If you've heard about "Operation Dollhouse" and you voted for the re-election of Sheriff Munks in the June 2014 election, then you should know that it's well past time to have your head checked. 

Go ahead and schedule that CT-Scan with your neurologist; there's at least an off chance that the progression of the damage can be abated.

10 comments:

  1. Don't worry! Wagstaffe and Munks won't be serving their full terms this time around. Mark. My. Words.

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    1. You should go to www.actforus.com and click the "Letter to the Churches" menu option and contact the author.

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  2. How does one contact Lamont Phemister who wrote the Letter to the Churches and also had a paid ad in the Palo Alto Daily Post about why citizens should not vote for the corrupt Wagstaffe and Munks. A number of citizens are interested in getting in touch with Phemister . Does he have an email. ?

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  3. Ok, I see there is a phone number for Phemister listed on his web page.

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  4. Sgt Jim Tanner in the San Mateo Sheriff's office also wrote a letter of support for Munks and Bolanos after they were caught in the house of prostitution for underaged girls.

    Tanner needs to go too. https://www.smcu.org/60years/jim.html

    Also: what officer in the San Mateo Sheriff's office whose last name begins with "C" has been sending out pornography to his fellow deputies from his office email to their work emails?

    Recall Wagstaffe and Munks.

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  5. There is currently a grassroots movement a-brewing .. they are working to do something about Wagstaffe and Munks.

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  6. At a meeting between San Mateo Sheriff Munks and his henchman and the Half Moon Bay Hispanic community last week which was closed to the press, reports from an attendee say that the community broke out in anger at Munks' refusal to answer questions about the shooting by one of his deputies of an Hispanic teenage girl, Ms Serrano.

    Then one Hispanic woman stood up and shouted at Munks and the deputies : "What about all of the pornography you are sending each other?"

    No doubt she is referring to a document that was written by a deputy sheriff in 2009 that complains about how the deputies in the San Mateo Sheriff's office are all sending porn to each other, and which San Mateo reporters have copies of.

    The attendee at the meeting said Munks and his crew just froze.

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    1. Did they (Sherriffs) answer the Q. about the emails ever at the meeting?

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  7. From the 2009 document written by a San Mateo Deputy Sheriff - which all of the reporters in San Mateo County have, which includes the actual porn that the deputies are sending each other at the office as well as the email address of those who are sending and receiving.

    Subj: Fwd: Rah rah rah... stick in her ass!
    Date: Monday, October 12, 2009 15:22:13
    From: f******@comcast.net

    To: j********@comcast.net
    g*****@co.sanmateo.ca.us
    r*******@yahoo.net
    J*******@co.sanmateo.ca.us

    And too many more names to list here. Most received the porn at their San Mateo County government address

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  8. Here's the story by Half Moon Bay Review reporter about Munks not letting him attend the event where an audience member asked Munks about all of the pornography his deputies are sending to each other:

    http://talkaboutwidget.hmbreview.com/topic.php?t=10080&c=29&d

    Sheriff Greg Munks came out to tonight to talk to the residents of Moonridge. So did Supervisor Don Horsley, Mayor John Muller, City Manager Magda Gonzalez and enough deputies, county officials and Moonridge residents to fill up the neighborhood meeting hall.

    It was perhaps the largest gathering of public officials on the Coastside since Farm Day. In fact, the only folks who were conspicuously absent were the media. I was the only reporter who showed up, and when I walked up to enter the meeting hall I was promptly told by a MidPen Housing employee that I wasn’t allowed inside.

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