Duluth attorney and special prosecutor Shawn Reed has no comment on the "sweetheart treatment" that has been dished out in the rigged prosecution for thug Duluth police officer Richard Thomas Jouppi? No surprise there, huh?
(My present for Pine County, right? Feel free to copy and distribute.)
Case No. 69DU-CR-12-3443
(Judicial Officer DeSanto, John E.)
11/18/2013, 11/19/2013, 11/20/2013, 11/21/2013, 11/22/2013
Before we look at the conversation between myself and so-called special prosecutor Reed (Special since his special mission is to rig the case for Jouppi, right?) let's look at the treatment that you would never get if the roles were reversed and you were caught in the act of felony third degree assault, okay?
So-Called Cop Jouppi Gets To Have His Duluth Cop Buddies Do A Rush Job Investigation? His Duluth Cop Buddies Get To Make The Recommendation For Charges And Chose The Special Prosecutor After The So-Called Investigation? It's Hard To Miss The "Sweetheart Treatment" Here, Isn't It?
Shawn Reed, a Duluth attorney who serves as the Hermantown city prosecutor, was appointed as special prosecutor in the Jouppi case. Reed opposed having the trial moved, but limited his comment Thursday to: “We’ll be prepared to try the case in Pine County.” Duluth police officer's assault trial moved to Pine County - The trial of a Duluth police officer accused of assaulting a man in a wheelchair after taking him to the Duluth Detoxification Center has been moved to Pine City because of potentially prejudicial pretrial news coverage here. By: Mark Stodghill, Duluth News Tribune, Published May 24, 2013, 12:00 AM
Evidence in the case was presented to a St. Louis County grand jury in October, resulting in the indictment charging Scannell with two felonies. While the age of consent in Minnesota is typically 16 years old, special prosecutor Thomas Heffelfinger has said the case is being pursued because Scannell was more than four years older than the girl and in a position of authority. Details emerge in Cook County prosecutor's sexual misconduct case, By Tom Olsen, Duluth News Tribune, Posted: 11/14/2013 12:01:00 AM CST.
So-Called Cop Jouppi Gets To Have His Duluth Cop Buddies Do A Rush Job Investigation? His Duluth Cop Buddies Get To Make The Recommendation For Charges And Chose The Special Prosecutor After The So-Called Investigation? It's Hard To Miss The "Sweetheart Treatment" Here, Isn't It??
The Duluth Police Department says its conducting and expedited investigation. "Tomorrow we will be referring this case to an independent prosecutor and requesting that the independent prosecutor charge of assault in the fifth degree, a misdemeanor offense on officer Jouppi," said Mike Tusken, the deputy chief of the Duluth Patrol Division. Duluth Police Officer Investigated for use of Force by Justin Reis, Northland's NewsCenter, September 27, 2012 Updated Sep 27, 2012 at 10:07 PM CST.
Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell made his first appearance in Cook County Court Thursday morning. The charges are related to an alleged inappropriate relationship with a 17-year-old girl in Grand Marais in the Summer of 20-12. After a ten month investigation. "Two counts of criminal sexual conduct in the 4th degree," said Prosecuting Attorney Thomas Heffelfinger. Finally some answers for Cook County in the investigation related to County Attorney Tim Scannell's behavior. A grand jury returned an indictment against charging Scannell with sexual misconduct with a girl under the age of 18.Cook County Reacts to Charges Against Attorney Tim Scannell , October 31, 2013 Updated Oct 31, 2013 at 5:14 PM CST.
So-Called Cop Jouppi Gets Better Special "Sweetheat Treatment" Than Corrupt County Attorneys - No Name, No Address, No Date Nf Birth, No Booking, No Mugshots? One Thing In Common - Not A Single One Have To Post Bail, Right? It's Hard To Miss The "Sweetheart Treatment" Here, Isn't It?
Defendant: Duluth Police Office Richard Thomas Jouppi ** Confidential Address **; DOB: None Given; Case No. 69DU-CR-12-3443, Location: - St. Louis-Duluth, Mugshots: None ordered.
11/05/2012 Waiver of Appearance
11/08/2012 CANCELED Arraignment (8:15 AM) (Judicial Officer Sweetland,Heather L,) Waived
Defendant: Carlton Co. Attorney Thomas Henry Pertler Cloquet, MN 55720; DOB: 06/08/1964; Case No. 69DU-CR-12-2386, Location: - St. Louis-Duluth; Judicial Officer: Sweetland,Heather L.. Mugshots:
Defendant: Cook Co. Attorney Timothy Christopher Scannell Grand Marais, MN 55604; DOB: 01/01/1966;
Case No. 16-CR-13-279; Mugshots: 11/12/2013 Order for Booking (Judicial Officer: Floerke, Shaun R. )
Scannell, dressed in a button-up shirt and khaki slacks, made his first public appearance since being formally charged with the crimes Oct. 31. Afterward, Scannell was taken to the sheriff’s headquarters for booking. Cook County attorney's sex case moved to Duluth, GRAND MARAIS, Minn. — It appears that the fate of Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell again will be in the hands of a St. Louis County jury. By: Tom Olsen, Forum News Service, INFORUM, Published November 12, 2013, 09:08 PM.
Case No. 16-CR-13-279
Interim Condition for Scannell, Timothy Christopher|
- Conditions, other
- No contact with victim(s)
- No contact with witness(es)
- Released on own recognizance
Use Of Term "Trained Observer" And Video Of Attorney Describing Third Degree Felony Assault Force Duluth Attorney & Special Prosecutor Shawn Reed To Invoke His Right To Remain Silent? Is It Because Any Further Comment Could And Would Be Used Against Him In A Court Of Law?
“If you hit 'em and you cut 'em and they get stitches, that's substantial bodily harm.” THIRD DEGREE ASSAULT 609.223 MN - Uploaded on Feb 1, 2012, Criminal Defense Attorney Ryan Pacyga explains what a 3rd Degree Assault is in Minnesota. He also explains what "substantial bodily harm" means, and what defenses are available to help you get a NOT GUILTY verdict. by Ryan Pacyga, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upfHCad7DCM. Website: http://arrestedmn.com/
In JOUPPI's report he claims that he obtained a video recording of the camera in the deotx facility and added it to evidence. We show no record of this piece of evidence being added to the system. ICR#: 12187930, page 15 of 15.
Inside, I was told by hospital staff the laceration on his forehead was indeed an old injury which they has patched up last week, gluing it to stop the bleeding. It appeared to them this time that it had opened back up again and due to the that fact, they would be stitching this time. ICR#: 12185014, page 3 of 3.
... knowingly acting in excess of the law; intentionally injuring and unlawfully injuring another; making an official report knowing it is false; shall be subject to criminal penalties (Minn. Stat. § 609.43). A. Employees shall not knowingly make false accusations of any person. Employees shall truthfully, completely and impartially report, testify and present evidence, including exculpatory evidence, in all matters of an official nature. Subject: Code Of Conduct, Number 102.20, Date February 15, 2011, By Authority Of: Gordon Ramsay, Chief of Police, Page 3 Of 5.
If a crime has been committed; if the defendant has committed it; if you can prove it; you should not decline it because the proof is less than ideal or because there is a prospect of acquittal due to jury apathy. Nobody likes to lose, but fear of losing should not deter you from filing charges or going to trial. George R. Dekle, Sr, Prosecution Principles: A Clinical Handbook, (Thompson/West:2007), Page 50.
Did you know that cops, doctors and prosecutors are all trained observers? Shawn Reed, Duluth attorney & special prosecutor realized that he can't play dumb about the felony assault if he is a trained observer, can he?
If the trained observers (So-called Duluth cops) took Anthony Jackson to the hospital emergency room for stitches, then it gets harder for trained observer Reed (So-called prosecutor) to claim that felony substantial harm doesn't exist, right? The only way a trained observer would miss that would be intentional, right?
However, the police department said Officer Richard Jouppi remains on unpaid administrative leave, and the police union said that no final discipline has been dispensed and it remains involved in the officer’s case. Jouppi is charged with fifth-degree assault and disorderly conduct in the Sept. 21 incident at the Duluth Detoxification Center. Jouppi is accused of striking Anthony Jackson, 50, multiple times after Jackson first struck him. Both crimes are misdemeanors, each punishable by a maximum penalty of 90 days in jail and a $1,000 fine. Attorney wants to move Jouppi trial – The attorney for a Duluth police officer accused of assaulting an intoxicated man in a wheelchair said Thursday that his client has been terminated by his department and he has filed a motion to move the officer’s trial to another part of Minnesota. By: Mark Stodghill, Duluth News Tribune, Published January 11, 2013, 12:00 AM.
Scannell's attorney on Thursday released a statement saying Scannell and his family have been under "extreme stress" since the shooting and that Scannell is still dealing with post traumatic stress disorder and anxiety caused by the shooting. The statement also asserted Scannell did not act criminally. "All of the alleged events in this case occurred while he was suffering in the darkest hours of his severe depression," attorney Richard Swanson said. Scannell remains Cook County attorney but is on indefinite medical leave. Two assistant county attorneys are handling duties. Cook County attorney charged with criminal sexual conduct by Dan Kraker, Minnesota Public Radio, October 31, 2013.
More to come . . .
Cook Co. Attorney Tim Scannell's Mugshots Given To Lap Dog Media WDIO-TV But Not To Nemmers? Venue Changed To St. Louis County Where Thug Duluth Police Office Richard Jouppi Given Special Treatment - Another Case Of No Mugshots? Sheriff Falk Common Criminal?
Duluth Courts Panic After Nemmers Calls On Officer Richard Jouppi's Change Of Venue?
Lion News: Duluth Police Dept Violates Data Practice Laws For Cover-Up In Anthony Jackson Beating?
Lion News: Duluth Police Department Covers Up Crimes Of Officer Richard Jouppi?
Lion News: Duluth Police Department Covers Up Crimes Of Officer Richard Jouppi? Part 2
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Duluth's Chief Administrative Officer David Montgomery Illegally Withholding City's Misconduct Policy - Fears Data Will Be Used To Expose Officer Richard Jouppi's Rigged Prosecution?
Duluth's Chief Administrative Officer David Montgomery Feeling Bad About Getting Caught Illegally Withholding City's Misconduct Policy - Fears Data Will Be Used To Expose Officer Richard Jouppi's Rigged Prosecution?