3/31/2011

Officers Acting Like Mobsters and Gangsters

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PRESS RELEASE

Yesterday, the Law Offices of Tim A. Pori filed a lawsuit against Defendant Norman Wielsch, who formally led CNET and also led Officers, Joshua Vincelet, James Wisecarver, Jr., Steven Aiello, and Michael McGary on a crusade against honest citizens of Contra Costa County to conduct illegal searches and seizures, conspiracies to violate civil rights and RICO violations resulting in injury to persons, business, and personal property. Also named in the complaint are the City of Antioch, and Antioch Police Chief James Hyde.
At a time of greatly reduced budgets and cynicism about police officers, when the last thing needed is more lawsuits against municipalities, the Antioch Police Department and a few bad apples have embarked on a reign of terror, unlawfully, illegally and with malice invading the homes and businesses of local residents and seizing property for their own use in a way that would embarrass the Viking Raiders of the Middle Ages. No appropriation too small or too large for them to pass up. Their collective conduct brings shame to both the City of Antioch and every hard-working law enforcement officer and agency in the State.

The lawsuit alleges concerted activities with the intent to take property for their own interests. Rather than criminals, the named plaintiffs have suffered not only financial loss, but humiliation and loss of faith in the justice system. These citizens are seeking redress for the criminal conspiracy entered into by a group of rogue law enforcement officers who do not deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as officers who risk their lives daily to keep us all safe.

Hopefully, these brave citizens’ actions in bringing the conduct of Officers Wielsch, Vincelet, Wisecarver, Aiello, McGary, and other officers who be named later to light will result in a quick end to this abuse of power for personal gain.

12 comments:

  1. Gd luk J.W..

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  2. You need to remove Wielsch's name on this web site because he may sue you for these false accusations. You know very well Wielsch was not at the Antioch incidents. Curtis was provided complaint and claim forms for the alleged watch, no complaint was filed. Why is she dong this 4 years latewr?? Tim do the right thing, be honest and upstanding for once.

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  3. Nice photo of Jimmy Wisecarver.  At least that moron Tim Pori got Wisecarver's name right.  It would appear that Pori didn't fact check his multi-million lawsuit against Norm Wielsch, who was not involved in the videotaped Antioch search as shownNice photo of Jimmy Wisecarver.  At least that moron Tim Pori got Wisecarver's name right.  It would appear that Pori didn't fact check his multi-million lawsuit against Norm Wielsch, who was not involved in the videotaped Antioch search as shown on the news. Maybe it's time that Pori donated to Wielsch's legal defense fund and offered Nice photo of Jimmy Wisecarver.  At least that moron Tim Pori got Wisecarver's name right.  It would appear that Pori didn't fact check his multi-million lawsuit against Norm Wielsch, who was not involved in the videotaped Antioch search as shown on the news. Maybe it's time that Pori donated to Wielsch's legal defense fund and/or offered an apology.   apology.   on the news. Maybe it's time that Pori donated to Wielsch's legal defense fund and offered an apology.  

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  4. I'll try again....

    Nice photo of Jimmy Wisecarver.  At least that moron Tim Pori got Wisecarver's name right.  It would appear that Pori didn't fact check his multi-million lawsuit against Norm Wielsch, who was not involved in the videotaped Antioch search as shown on the news. Maybe it's time that Pori donated to Wielsch's legal defense fund and/or offered an apology.  

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  5. Seeking a fair legal system4/12/2011 1:14 PM

    Its not fair to call Pori a moron. He can't help it if he has a low IQ and poor eye site. Do you think he really believes his so called clients? Even if your a defense attorney, you should at least be fair. I hope the judge sanctions him by paying all of the defendant's legal fees plus a million dollars!

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    1. "[L]ow IQ and poor eye site"? What does it say about your ("you're"?) IQ that you don't know how to spell "eyesight"?

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  6. frivolous law suit hater4/12/2011 4:19 PM

    I was just researching federal civil suits and found that the plaintiffs will have to pay for this suit against Wielsch because they knowingly filed the lawsuit for harassment, malicious prosecution, abuse of process, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Additionally its "frivolous, unreasonable, and groundless" Courts have awarded the winning side theses fees. I hope all the plaintiffs know this....././.

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  7. This is really funny. Pori is sueing Antioch PD, I guess he doesn't know where Welsch and McGary work or he would sue their agencies. I know both of them and they don't own a thing and are in debt, their agencies have the deep pockets. I though the first class in lawyer school was how to research things? Or, does he just want to harrass, not do whats right?

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  8. The Officer's in question have been keeping the streets of Antioch safe for years... Trying keep drugs out of the hands of your children, putting their lives on the line everyday to protect truly innocent citizens. This has got to be the most disgusting accusation and waste of tax payers money I have ever seen! Good luck and to the Officer's hold your heads high and know your Family and Friends are behind you.

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  9. Boy, do these Defenders of BAD COPS really sound like mindless and in-bred cry babies. If not for their uneducated comments about the cases/lawsuits then perhaps the public could get rid of the scumbag involved Officers and the rest of the mostly good and honest Cops could continue to hold their heads high. These BAD COPS could not get away with their wrong doings if it weren't for ignorant Defenders of them like those who had commented in April 2011. Let the trials begin and then let's see who is right or wrong. Or don't the Defenders of wrongdoing really want the facts to be known by all? The plague of 'circling the wagons' for BAD COPS is evidenced by these in-bred BAD COPS' DEFENDERS.

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  10. Eat a Dick Jimmy w ! U little hoe

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  11. Thank you for you comments, if you are one of the police officers I am suing, please remember that I do not dislike the police and I represented a police officer myself in fedral court: http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_23958876/federal-government-rests-case-against-former-danville-cop. More importantly, the First District Court of Appeal disagreed with the Alameda Superior Court Judge who held me in contempt for protecting the constitutional rights of two defendants charged with murder and reluctantly reversed the judge's contempt order: http://www.dailyrepublic.com/news/crimecourts/appeals-court-sides-with-lawyer-in-contempt-case/ In fact, one of the clients I was protecting by standing up to that Alameda County judge was acquitted after his trial: http://www.timesheraldonline.com/ci_20748951/jury-convicts-two-fairfield-men-second-degree-murder. I'm sure he was glad I stood up for his rights. You have a first Amendment right to post your opinion on my blog and I respect that right. Unfortunately, you are not the only person who does not like me. I have made numerous judges, police officers and even jurors hate me for doing my job, so get in line pal.
    Respectfully.
    Tim A. Pori, Certified Criminal Law Specialist

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