Deaths linked to judge Socrates Peter Manoukian covered up by Santa Clara County District Attorney manslaughter / Homicide. Robert Moss and Charles Copeland. Homicide prosecutor James Leonard covered up death of Robert Moss, then he and Detective David Carroll framed whistleblower: Cary-Andrew Crittenden. (EAH Housing Eviction Fraud at Markham Plaza Apartments)
EAH Housing Scandal Timeline and Malicious Prosecution of Rev. Cary Andrew Crittenden
ln 2012, Attorney Ryan Mayberry altered documents in court record to case 1-12-CV-226958 to facilitate the fraudulent eviction of Heidi Yauman from Markham Plaza Apartments in San Jose, California. The judge who presided over the case was Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian. Ryan Mayberry removed references from documents referencing to docket no. 2010-1-PR-166693, and California State Assembly bill 937
Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian had direct financial interest in assembly bill 937 because passage of the bill would hinder his ability to profit from seizure of real estate through the collusive relationship between court department 19 and department 3 – (Honorable Judge Thomas Cain) Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian was functioning as “Probate court linebacker”, manipulating results of department 19 proceedings in a manner which would affect corresponding proceedings in department 3. The revenue flow Judge Manoukian would receive from department 3 kickbacks would be directly impacted by passage of this California State assembly bill.
Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian interrogated Mr. Crittenden in court about his knowledge regarding an ongoing FBI Investigation
The fraudulent court documents were then used to deny Markham Plaza resident Robert Moss accommodates pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act. A short time later, Robert Moss was discovered dead in his apartment: (2000 Monterey Road, Apt. 409, San Jose, California) after not being allowed access to groceries and medicine and outside assistance from advocate / tenant rights activist: Cary Andrew Crittenden
“At the June budget meeting, Dr. Michelle Jorden, the medical examiner, said the “conflict posed by the current operating structure is well known,” and she alleged that the sheriff’s office has since at least 2012 “impeded the examiners from receiving evidence necessary for the determination of cause and manner of death.” àRead more
On November 16th, 2012, shortly after Robert Moss’s death, a suspicious transaction appeared in Santa Clara County’s Grantor/Grantee index under James Leonard’s name which may be a bribe. The document number associated with this transaction is 21955252.
“In the process of reviewing Crittenden’s allegations and his several arrests, this reporter did a search for James Leonard’s financial transactions vis a vis his home loans, on the Santa Clara County Grantor Grantee index. It is known that members of the government legal profession, be they district attorneys or judges, have laundered pay offs through their home loans.
The search for Leonard’s home loan history produced concerning results. It appears that Leonard has reconveyed loans on his personal property no less than ten times in the past fourteen years. This excessive loan activity is generally seen as a red flag, indicating that a public official may very well be feeding at the “pay off/bribe/money laundering” trough.
This information was forwarded to the Santa Clara County DA’s office and a request for reply was tendered. At the time of going to press, no reply has been received.”
In 2013, Cary Andrew Crittenden began receiving harassing and threatening phone calls from Santa Clara County Sheriff detective David Carroll demanding that he not bring attention to fraud which occurred in 1-12-CV226958, and ordered not to pursue a whistle blower complaint and a complaint to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Detective Carroll also attempted to interrogate Crittenden about an FBI investigation involving Santa Clara County superior court docket no. CC781308
In 2014 Cary Andrew Crittenden, Santa Clara County Sheriff Detective David Carroll and Deputy District Attorney James Leonard framed Cary Andrew Crittenden on fake harassment charges (DOCKET C1493022) for his participation in campaign to address a fraudulent declaration submitted by Robert Ridgeway in case 1-12-CV226958. This fraudulent declaration, which was likely a contributing factor in Robert Moss’s death, referred to nonexistent video evidence claiming Mr. Crittenden was residing at Markham Plaza Apartments. Detective David Carroll filed a false police report 14-182-0167 with very little factual basis to serve as “smoke screen” Robert Ridgeway’s wife, Santa Clara County Sheriff Deputy Aleksandra Ridgeway also participated in false police report.
Crittenden appeared before Judge Rodney Jay Stafford and was lied to my deputy public defender Jeffrey Dunn about the charges filed against him and not allow to read statute or police report. Mr. Crittenden pled guilty to one charge of PC653 under duress and coercion for allegedly sharing an image on facebook that could “potentially make Robert Ridgeway feel harassed” After pleading to one count of violating pc 653, a second count was added naming Deputy Aleksandra Ridgeway as victim. Judge Rodney Jay Stafford then issued two fake CR161 criminal protective orders against Crittenden for “Robert Ridgeway” and “Aleksandra Ridgeway” the fake court records seemed to imply that the coalition had petitioned “Aleksandra Ridgeway” to answer for the statements made in her husband’s fraudulent court declaration. Crittenden was placed on formal probation. (Crittenden followed up repeatedly by email requesting terms and conditions of probation in writing and was refused) Crittenden was also not informed of his Morrissey / Vickers Rights
On October 16th of 2014, Crittenden prepared a “Marsden Motion” and motion to withdraw plea “guilty” and appeared in court before Judge Rodney Stafford. Upon entering the court room, Sheriff Deputies seized Crittenden’s court documents and arrested him for publishing a news article about the facts of the case, and the malicious prosecution. Mr. Crittenden was led by sheriff deputies from the courtroom and placed in a holding cell with cardboard over the window where he was then tortured by Santa Clara County sheriff deputies.
On October 31st, 2014, Crittenden was brought to court and while waiting in holding cell, a Santa Clara County Sheriff deputy told Crittenden from outside a court holding cell that he needed to do whatever he could to get out of jail as quickly as possible or Heidi Yauman would be beaten up, raped and killed. This holding cell was adjacent to holding cell where Crittenden was tortured by Santa Clara County Sheriff Deputies on October 16th 2014. Afterward, Crittenden was led into Santa Clara County court department 42 before Judge David Cena. Crittenden was represented by Santa Clara County Deputy Public Defender Thompson Sharkey who told Crittenden that under the terms and conditions of his probation which he agreed to, he had waived his first amendment protections to criticize government officials established by New York Times V. Sullivan Supreme Court Decision and that by publishing a news article about the facts of the case, he had violated the terms and conditions of probation and if the matter was brought to trial, he could face 3 year prison sentence but if he admitted to publishing the news article and agreed to a fake CR161 Criminal Protective order naming “James Leonard”, then he would be released from custody on November 5th. When Crittenden asked what the purpose of the fake CR161 criminal protective order was, Thompson Sharkey replied: “To get out of jail” Crittenden pled guilty to “violating probation” and was released from custody early in the morning of November 5th,2014, a few hours after Judge Socrates Manoukian’s wife, Patricia Bamattre-Manoukian was re elected to California’s 6th district court of appeals ( Crittenden’s false arrest and imprisonment prevented him from gathering signatures for recall petition which if published, likely could have effected re election of Judge Patricia Bamamatre-Manoukian to California’s sixth district court of appeals) See https://thefraudcouple.wordpress.com/
Crittenden reported to Santa Clara County probation department and asked probation officer Doug Davis for the terms and conditions of probation in writing. Crittenden was then finally given paperwork showing terms and conditions of probation which showed that he had waived his 2nd amendment rights and 4th amendment rights, but he had not waived his first amendment rights and therefore DID NOT, IN ANY WAY, SHAPE OR FORM, VIOLATE THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROBATION by publishing a news article informing the public about the facts of the case and the fraud that had occurred. Officer Doug Davis was then replaced by officer Michele Martin.
Early 2015, a complaint was filed with Santa Clara County Sheriff Department Internal Affairs Unit (2015-09) against Detective David Carroll which contained several allegations, including falsifying police report. Each allegation to complaint was handled individually and passed over to the Santa Clara County Public Defender’s office which has team of 30 investigators whose responsibility it is to investigate falsified police reports such as 14-182-0167. The Sheriff Department’s Internal affairs unit and public defender’s office both failed to investigate allegations and both refused to interview or include witnesses, including retired judge, U.S. Congressman and others. Santa Clara County Sheriff Lt. Neil Valenzuela sent Criitenden letter lumping all allegations together with disposition of “unfounded” The sheriff department then continued to hammer out a series of falsified police reports with Crittenden’s name and if Crittenden dared ever to object, he would be accused of “harassment”
In October of 2015, Cary Andrew Crittenden was arrested in Palo Alto, California by Santa Clara County Sheriff detective Samy Tarazi and accompanied by Lieutenant Elbert Rivera, who placed Crittenden’s coffee cup up to Crittenden’s lips and pressed (As if to take DNA) The false arrest was for fabricated probation violation after web banner was discovered on internet with logo belonging to the organization “Copblock” which referenced to the falsified police report that was filed by Santa Clara County Sheriff Deputy Aleksandra Ridgeway to cover up the manslaughter committed by her husband: Robert Ridgeway in case 1-12-CV226958. During the 40 days Crittenden sat in jail, neither the Sheriff Department or Public Defender made any effort to contact the publisher (contact information was published with the banner.) Sergeant Samy Tarazi falsified police report which included several untrue statements, falsely stating that “Crittenden had been arrested for harassing deputy James Leonard” (A reference to the blog article regarding and being told by attorney Thompson Sharkey that he had waived his first amendment rights) See https://thefraudcouple.wordpress.com/
Detective David Carroll had been removed from the case and there was sufficient documentation regarding the stalking, harassment and threats against Crittenden by detective David Carroll that occurred prior to original arrest demanding he not bring public attention to the matter. While in custody, a fraudulent motion to disqualify district attorney’s office was filed by Santa Clara County Deputy Public Defender Amanda Parks, claiming the grounds for motion was because “James Leonard was named victim” when the real reason for motion to disqualify was likely because James Leonard was homicide prosecutor at time of Robert Moss’s death. The motion to disqualify was heard by Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Michele McCay McKoy who was also homicide prosecutor for Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office when Robert Moss was discovered dead. The perjured motion to disqualify contained “Declaration of Facts” that WERE NOT FACTS, but attempts rather to reaffirm the string of falsified police reports and fake court records which the public defender’s office knew to be false, yet they refused to investigate. The VOP charge was eventually dismissed and deputy district attorney James Leonard (and subordinate prosecutor Alexander Adams) were replaced by deputy district attorney Barbara Cathcart who then proceeded to railroad Crittenden on fabricated charges in case C1527283 based on false reports, fabricated evidence and lies. mounds of exculpatory evidence was excluded and Crittenden was not allowed to call witnesses to his defense.