Our Eyes tell us that a "citizen's search warrant" is about to be served at APD's Main Station downtown. As seen from the picture below, it seems APD brass was tipped off and now has tampering with evidence among other chargeable offense.
|Thanks to our local biker for the pic!|
In the midst of DOJ's investigation and the unfolding mess of TaserGate, the Eye began thinking about what exactly was it that Schultz, Berry, Perry, and White were so afraid of with DOJ coming in to do an investigation of APD.
Surely it's not the shooting of a few dozen citizens. For if it were, the brakes would've immediately been applied and special orders issued all but prohibiting the use of deadly force except but under the most extreme circumstances.
Well, it's quite obvious that Schultz, Berry, Perry, and White didn't want DOJ to investigate for things other than the shootings. They went so far as to defame and inflict horrendous violations upon their own personnel in their effort to "show" DOJ their presence wasn't needed when they fired former officers John Doyle and Rob Woolever. Now it seems that TaserGate is but the one of those concerns that Schultz really would've preferred not be exposed about. Makes us think about ARAPA and the placement of certain women in the days following Schultz's departure.
Over the last few days, your loveable Eye has been reviewing some of the more dramatic cases of APD misconduct to see what other issues there are besides the obvious matter. Clearly there is/was a serial killer on the loose in Albuquerque murdering prostitutes and burying them on the west mesa but nobody seemed to care. Obviously Tera Chavez was murdered and there is/was a giant stolen vehicle theft ring involving Levi Chavez and other APD officers. Then there is the matter of the suspicious death of prominent civil rights lawyer and APD foe, Mary Han.
You see, we've spent quite a bit of time reviewing the civil complaint, and we notice something that hasn't been brought up. While we all know there was a disgraceful and atrocious flooding of the death scene by APD and City brass, the communications amongst those persons seems to be overlooked. And where the lawsuit is in the courts is very interesting. The city's response has been to confirm that all the allegations in the complaint are true and move for dismissal because even with all the allegations true, there are no claims that any damages can be provided for. In other words they are saying, they don't dispute anything in the complaint.
Below is a chart showing as best as we can tell from the lawsuit the path by which phone calls occurred on that fateful day in November, 2010:
The boxes in red indicate personnel that were at the scene and went into the house. And the lines indicate phone calls between persons with the call direction show by the arrows. Notice how Ray Schultz and Darren White appear to the be the focus of so many communications? They are what one would call "hubs." It seems they were quite busy, and all this for a reported "accidental suicide?"
Notice how Banks appears to have been involved with personal property at the scene? And notice how Perry does not follow his chain of command and bypasses Schultz? And speaking of Schultz, where was he when this incident happened? News reports tell us he was out of state and in Michigan at his bereaving mother's side. But other Eyes tell us he was not in Michigan at all. Notice how White was contacting everybody under the sun, and bypassing the chain of command by calling Banks directly? We know we have many readers at Sandia National Labs, perhaps some of their communications specialist would care to weigh in. Because if when it comes to conspiracies, this speaks for itself, police calls come in and work their way up not their way down through the chains of city power. And all this for an alleged suicide?
We think not. We think this speaks for itself.
*****UPDATE***** It seems a tipping point has finally been reached. The drama which unfolded at city council last night falls on the following individuals. Much like the hubs and spokes of the players in the above incident, the following have directly and personally contributed to the mess that is known as Albuquerque. Hmmmm, who's missing?
|What's so funny Mr. Wheeler?|