Thursday, June 27, 2013

John Lom Gives Itasca Co. Sheriff Vic Williams Another Opportunity To Engage In Criminal Misconduct By Refusing To Produce Son's Data?

Updated: July 12, 2013

Updated: July 5, 2013

During JD Lom's hearing he was told by the judge that he couldn't have a public defender nor could he have his dash cam video nor the Mobile Date Terminal (MDT) traffic from the Itasca Co. traffic stop, wasn't he?  However, the judge said he could get a sweetheart deal on his trumped up traffic ticket, couldn't he?

Below: Scan of JD's Ticket from JD Lom - not from "Good Ol' Boy #2" Williams.

You'll notice that the ticket says 80 mph, doesn't it? And JD told the crooked Itasca deputy that he wasn't going 80 mph, didn't he? Is this why the judge didn't want to give JD his dash cam video & MDT?

Case No. 31-VB-13-2197

Disposition (Judicial Officer: Maturi, Jon A.)
1. Traffic - Speeding - Exceed Limit 69/60

Charges: LOM, JOHNATHON Dalton
 Statute Level Date
1.  Traffic - Speeding - Exceed Limit 69/60
 169.14.5       Petty Misdemeanor     06/07/2013

Sentenced (Judicial Officer: Maturi, Jon A.)
1. Traffic - Speeding - Exceed Limit 69/60
06/07/2013 (PMD) 169.14.5 (169145) 

Fee Totals:

Fine $50.00
Imposed Fine $50.00

Municipality Fines 2/3$50.00

Crim/Traffic Surcharge (once per case)$75.00

Public Defender Co-Payment$75.00

Fee Totals $$200.00

Level of Sentence:

Convicted of a Petty Misdemeanor

Do you think that the imaginary the Itasca Co. dog "ate" this dash cam video, also?

Original Post: June 27, 2013

Yup, John Lom is allowing Itasca Co. Sheriff Vic "Good Ol' Boy #2" Williams another opportunity to engage in Criminal Misconduct of a Public Officer/Official, isn't he?

A public officer or employee who does any of the following, for which no other sentence is specifically provided by law, may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than one year or to payment of a fine of not more than $3,000, or both:
(1) intentionally fails or refuses to perform a known mandatory, nondiscretionary, ministerial duty of the office or employment within the time or in the manner required by law; or

John is doing this by submitting another lawful data request that "Good Ol' Boy #2" Williams will willfully refuse to process, isn't he?

John told me that he has not heard a single word back on this long overdue data request for Tim Salisbury's data, hasn't he?

What ya' got to hide Vic? The truth?

John Lom Checks To See If Evidence Is Being Withheld In Itasca Co. VS. Tim Salisbury?

"Good Ol' Boy #2" Williams has a long history of refusing to process lawful data requests, hasn't he?

Itasca Co. Sheriff Vic Williams Doesn't Want To Engage In Perjury In Salisbury's Case So He Gets Chief Deputy Gregg Deutsch To Lie For Him?

"Why?" you ask? Because the data incriminates "Good Ol' Boy #2" Williams and his partners in slime & crime, doesn't it?

Itasca Co. Jail Administrator Hirt “Lawyers Up” On Deputy Jamie Gilbert's Death Threat?

A spoliator of evidence in a legal action is an individual who neglects to produce evidence that is in her possession or control. In such a situation, any inferences that might be drawn against the party are permitted, and the withholding of the evidence is attributed to the person's presumed knowledge that it would have served to operate against her. West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2

Continued to: Klein Asked About Pejury & Terroristic Threats