Saturday, May 31, 2014

City of Minneapolis Attorney Susan Segal Wanted To Maliciously Prosecute Raw Milk's Alvin Schlangen In Case No. 27-CR-11-27881, Didn't She? Yet, Segal Willfully Refuses To Produce Cost Of Malicious Prosecution? Lawyer's Guild Even Opposed Segal's Reappointment To Job Because Of History Of Illegally Withholding Public Data?

How much did it cost to maliciously prosecute Raw Milk's Alvin Schlangen, huh? Both Alvin and I wanted to find out, didn't we? We did, didn't we?

A soft-spoken Minnesota farmer was cleared of violating state laws for distributing raw milk Thursday, a verdict advocates for such foods called their first major legal victory. After a three-day trial and more than four hours of deliberation, a Hennepin County jury found Alvin Schlangen not guilty of three misdemeanor counts of selling unpasteurized milk, operating without a food license and handling adulterated or misbranded food. Minnesota farmer cleared in milk case - A jury clears a farmer who distributed the product. Article by: ABBY SIMONS , Star Tribune. Updated: September 20, 2012 - 11:27 PM.

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However, for some strange reason Minneapolis City Attorney Susan Segal didn't want us to know, did she? She didn't, did she?

Effective September 16, 2013, all e-filed documents, whether in mandatory or voluntary case types, must be submitted in “searchable” PDF format. Visit the eFile Support Center for more details and other important notices.

Did you know that Susan Segal has a history of illegally withholding public data? It is such a bad reputation that even the Minnesota Lawyer's Guild opposed Segal's reappointment as City Attorney, isn't it? It is, isn't it?

Additionally, the guild said Segal had used her office to restrict access to public data about abuses by the police department, and pursued prosecutions that were “unreasonably harsh” on political activists, including Occupy protesters. Lawyers Guild urges council to reject City Attorney's reappointment. Posted by: Maya Rao under Politics and government Updated: February 5, 2014 - 2:12 PM.

When you have the lawyer's guild oppose another lawyer then you know they must be at the bottom of the barrel of rotten apples, don't you? You do, don't you?

2013 Minnesota Statutes 13.09 PENALTIES. Any person who willfully violates the provisions of this chapter or any rules adopted under this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor. Willful violation of this chapter by any public employee constitutes just cause for suspension without pay or dismissal of the public employee.

And since this case was a politically motivated prosecution then you know that the City of Minneapolis spent a huge amount of money on the case, don't you? You do, don't you?

If City Attorney Segal can't be trusted to give Alvin the cost of his malicious prosecution, then how can you trust that Segal gave Alvin all his data during his politically motivated prosecution, huh? You can't, can you?

“We are convinced that a search process can identify eminently qualified candidates who will represent the city’s interests, while ensuring that politics do not shape legal advice, that the public has robust access to data … and that the prosecution policies of the City Attorney are not used to curb dissent,” the attorneys concluded. Lawyers Guild urges council to reject City Attorney's reappointment. Posted by: Maya Rao under Politics and government Updated: February 5, 2014 - 2:12 PM.

In fact, Alvin informed me that he did not receive a single piece of electronic data in his malicious prosecution from the City of Minneapolis police nor the St. Paul police, didn't he? He did, didn't he? Where is the squad audio and video, huh?

MacDonald ruled that that initial stop of the truck was constitutional but that (trooper) Heyman did not have reasonable suspicion to do anything more than stop the vehicle and note that it was a farm vehicle. "The problem is Heyman's expansion of the scope and duration of the stop, including three separate, warrant-less and constitutionally unjustified searches of Hartmann's truck. Judge rules illegal search, seizure of raw dairy goods – Case continues Dec. 17 in Sibley County. By Fritz Busch - Staff Writer (, The Journal. November 10, 2013

We live in the age of technology, don't we? We do, don't we? And we live in the age where law enforcement is demanding every new electronic gadget to fight crime (real or imaginary, right?), don't we? We do, don't we?

Well then, where is all of Alvin's electronic criminal investigative data, huh? Hidden away in a similar place where all my electronic criminal investigative data is illegally withheld, right? That's right, isn't it?

More to come . . .

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