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)
Hundreds claim DA prosecutor Barbara Cathcart committed perjury in C1642788
Hundreds of citizens claim that deputy Santa Clara County district attorney Barbara Cathcart committed perjury in C1642788 for making bizarre and outrageous claims that Santa Clara County Sheriff detective David Carroll did not fabricate evidence and falsify police reports. Request a federal investigation – Email: Raymond.Hulsor@usdoj.gov
Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian received kickbacks for manipulating department 19 proceedings in a manner which would effect probate court proceedings in department 3 under judge Thomas Cain.
70+ Million Dollars missing from 2009 Public Guardian audit may have financed California State Assembly bill 1288 which Judge Manoukian profited from through his collusive relationship with Judge Thomas Cain. References to Assembly bills 1288 and 937 were omitted from documents forged by attorney Ryan Austin Mayberry in case (1-12-CV226958)
Documents forged by attorney Ryan Mayberry in case (1-12-CV226958) along with fake court declarations were used as a weapon to attack and oppress the residents of Markham Plaza Apartments and to cut off services and funding. Markham Plaza resident Robert Moss was denied accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act and was found dead in his apartment.
“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