Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Formal Complaint Against Anarchist Renville Co. Investigators Tom Hendrichs, Jason Mathwig, and Jeff Morris? Reid Technique Trained Cops Don't Want To Admit That They Are Reid Technique Trained Cops? Why Is Renville Co. Attorney David Torgelson Still Withholding City Of Hector's City Administrator Hoyhtya's Video Statement? Case Rigged From Beginning To End?

You'd think if Renville Co. had licensed peace officers, like they claim, then you'd think that they would actually follow the law, wouldn't you? Anarchy reigns in Renville County, huh?

Sara Folsted, County Administrator 05-28-14
Renville County Office Building Emailed to:
105 South 5th Street, Room 315
Olivia MN 56277
Phone: 320-523-3710 Re: Personnel Complaint vs. Renville Co. Investigators
Email: Tom Hendrichs, Jason Mathwig, and Jeff Morris

This is my formal complaint against Renville Co. Investigators Tom Hendrichs, Jason Mathwig, and Jeff Morris. Tom Hendrichs, Jason Mathwig, and Jeff Morris willfully refused to fulfill my data request. Tom Hendrichs, Jason Mathwig, and Jeff Morris willfully refused to send my data request through the established chain of command to have the data request fulfilled. Chapter 13.09 – Criminal Misconduct, 609.43(1).

from: Lion News
date: Fri, May 9, 2014 at 8:49 AM
subject: Qualifications to engage in interviews & interrogation for Renville county

Investigators Tom Hendrichs, Jason Mathwig, Jeff Morris:
What specific methods of interviewing have you been trained in for your job as Investigator for Renville county?
Terry Dean, Nemmers

Terry Dean, Nemmers
20170 County Road 28
Glenwood, MN 56334

In Minnesota we're sort of in this transition because we've been recording interrogations now for about 15 years. We're sort of in a transition from the Reid approach to this investigative interviewing approach. Real Interrogation: What actually happens when cops question kids. By Barry C. Feld, Centennial Professor of Law, University of Minnesota. Lecture delivered February 14, 2013 at Arizona State University – School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

American detectives keep their practices hidden to avoid exposure or criticism, particularly in high-profile or morally charged cases. They worry that opening up the interrogation process to outside scrutiny could lead reporters to write articles criticizing the fairness of their techniques, prosecutors to report criticism to their superiors or to decline to file charges, judges to suppress confession evidence, or juries to fail to convict. Detectives understand that police interrogation in the American adversary system is inherently morally problematic (and therefore always potentially controversial), because it involves behavior – psychological manipulation, trickery, deceit – that is regarded as unethical in virtually all social contexts. Richard A. Leo, Police Interrogation and American Justice, (Cambridge: 2008), Page 187.

Video which proves that the video – not the audio – is the official record of a Minnesota police statement:
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