The Piercing Truth

This is right from the dictionary and seems to describe Albuquerque, Berry and Schultz. Fascism (f ash ,izem) noun An authoritarian right wing system of government and/or social organization. (in general use) extreme right wing, authoritarian, chauvinistic and/or intolerant views or practices. Fascism tends to include a belief in the supremacy of one group over another, national, ethnic, especially social strata or monetarily; a contempt for democracy, an insistence on obedience to a powerful leader, and a strong demagogic approach. Compliments of one of our Eyes

Jul 15, 2014

APOA Meltdown

On Monday a lawsuit was filed against the Albuquerque Police Officer's Association by former officers Rob Woollever and John Doyle. Our Eyes have been telling us this has been a longtime coming. In the press release by their lawyer, and former APD officer Thomas Grover, it said:



"With no acknowledgment or thanks to self-serving purposeful actions and omissions by the APOA, Mr. Schultz generated near hysteria as he paraded the video (and misrepresented) Mr. Doyle and Mr. Woolever’s efforts as they subdued an armed fleeing felon without using deadly force February 2011. He terminated them later that year in November. This, not by coincidence, occurred during a time when the United States Department of Justice was conducting a preliminary investigation into Mr. Schultz and his police department for patterns and practices of unconstitutional use of force.

“I thought the APOA and their lawyer Fred Mowrer were there to defend us and all the other officers. Finding out, and realizing, they were just using Rob and I to help Schultz keep his job and to keep feathering their own nest with union money was one of the most cowardly, disgusting, and dishonorable acts I’ve seen in my twenty plus years as a street cop” remarked former APD officer John Doyle. “I truly feel that this lawsuit is only the beginning of what needs to be done to clean up the APOA. This incident needs a full-blown criminal investigation.”

Despite all of Mr. Schultz’s efforts to use Mr. Doyle and Mr. Woolever as scapegoats to avoid a formal Department of Justice investigation, the DOJ still came in upon APD because of the broad and deep failures of Mr. Schultz himself. Noticeably absent from the April 10, 2014, Department of Justice findings letter was the incident involving Mr. Doyle and Mr. Woolver."
 
The APOA has long had a history of granting preferential treatment to some members while openly discriminating against others in the issuance of member benefits. These internal problems are in addition to all of the financial improprieties which were revealed in 2012. With this lawsuit, Mr. Doyle and Mr. Woolever not only seek recovery of damages caused upon them by Defendants Filiberto “Joey” Sigala, Ronald Olivas, Stephanie Lopez, Shaun Willoughby, and their counsel Frederick Mowrer, but relief for all the regular patrol officers and detectives who also have been victimized by the failures of their union.


As we've reported here at the Eye for many years things  in the APOA have been a little too loose with officers money and too cozy with administration. In response to the lawsuit, APOA president Lopez said in today's Albuquerque Journal that she didn't know if the Doyle or Woolever ever asked the APOA for assistance in their case.

Look folks, this is a slam dunk for Doyle and Woollever and we wish them the best possible outcome in their case against the APOA. Since when does a sitting police chief go around promoting the criminal prosecution of his officers and a police union sit quiet about it? And given that virtually every APOA president since Lawrence Torres has had their hand in the union's bank account while Schultz has had them on a leash...we'd say this is a long time coming.
 

107 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wah,wah,wah, don't get your way, so let's bring a lawsuit. Let's not take responsibility for OUR actions whether they be illegally beating a subject or voting for a bad contract that we did not really want, or participate in meetings to present our views on that contract. For the upteenth time the APOA is you!!!! Don't like the way it's being run? Then attend meetings and participate! Or just maybe run for office in YOUR APOA. But probably you'll shoot yourself in the foot with this lawsuit. Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater, knuckleheads! Eye, you are also being irresponsible for supporting this bullshit tantrum being thrown by these two crybabies! Suggest some solutions, just don't whine. In the long run you will negate anyone from wanting a leadership role in the APOA, there by falling into what Berry wants in the first place.

Anonymous said...

Solution for 8:46

Fire Fred Mower. Ask the Department of Justice to investigate and indict Joey Sigala and others for misappropriations of APOA money. Disband the current APOA and start over with better safeguards in place.

There, you want solutions, you have them.

Anonymous said...

Hahahahahaha. You are a fucking idiot.
It will be funny when soneone breaks it off in your ass.
But we know they already did, knowing where you came from.

Anonymous said...

@8:46
You are obviously one of APOA's officers. You are so dim-witted you cannot realize that your motives and identity are easily discerned. You are probably fat-f**k Willoughby! Yes, the APOA screwed those two cops because you are all in bed with the corrupt APD administration! You fool, those officers RECORDED admissions of wrong doing by Mowrer and Lopez. Peck was recorded! Wah! Wah! That's what you will cry when you're indicted and sent to federal prison to be someone's bitch! So shut up and figure out how the APOA bitches are going to pay for all of this!

Anonymous said...

@8:46

Crawl out from behind your keyboard you wussie and call those guys cry babies to their face! You don't have the sack for it! They got screwed by Schultz and their so-called union! So f**k you! If you're a 34, you're a p**sy!

Anonymous said...

APOA needs to find a way to settle this before the union is embarrassed any more. The plaintiffs do have recordings and unless the district court is corrupt, a large pay out is headed their way. However, by viewing the comment by 8:46, it is clear that individual is an officer of the union and is displaying the type of small-minded individuals running what apparently is a corrupt union. Let's see, your recent past president took a plea of fraud because of "missing funds", the union turned over their basic operations to Fred Mowrer, a friend of Schultz, Eden, and Berry, and there are individuals who think these cops shot themselves in the foot? What fools you all are. You are corrupt and you're about to be "outed".

Anonymous said...

I was at the LEA hearing today, saw Ken Ellis' inspired presentation regarding the integrity of John Doyle and Robert Woolever. His strong presentation obviously frightened Nathaniel Kornfield and his minions on the board so much, they would not let John Doyle or his attorney address the board, which is their RIGHT! Instead, Kornfield stated they would rule on agenda numbers by the record! Doyle's just happened to be in that package of agenda numbers! You see the cockroaches can't stand the light. Kornfield will do anything to protect his and Jason Peck's phony businesses and no-bid contracts! The corruption runs deep!

Anonymous said...

Bend over and take it President Lopez. You showed your ignorance in the newspaper when you stated that you had not read the lawsuit. You then commented on the lawsuit with a LIE!
You're RECORDED statement, as mentioned in the lawsuit, you "forgot" to read, is opposite of what you told the paper!
You're an idiot!

Anonymous said...

Stephanie Lopez's diarrhea of the mouth is going to burn APOA to the ground. Screw you 8:46.

Anonymous said...

"For the upteenth time the APOA is you!!!!"
Doesn't say much for 'you' or the department.

"Disband the current APOA and start over with better safeguards in place."
And then do the same for the department, disband it and retire the badge. Start over with the Albuquerque Department of Public Safety that requires nothing but 'Peace Officers' with the safeguards being a full civilian oversight and disciplinary powers

Anonymous said...

weren't these the two cops that kicked the hello out of that guy in the garage while he was on the floor handcuffed? just asking.

Anonymous said...

The corruption in this state runs so deep, we are doomed. People don't vote, they don't get involved, the mayor of our largest city succumbs to graft! People who sit in judgment (Nathaniel Kornfeld), kiss Berry's butt to keep making $$ off of the tax payers. But, then, it appears the tax paying sheeple of Albuquerque are so intoxicated by their own self-righteous indignation, they can't see the deep corruption around them. To the good cops of APD, if there are any, you work for a s**t department, ran by foul, corrupt, greedy leaches, who depend upon you NOT stepping up. Oh, by the way, enjoy the crumbs the city gave you in the form of that big "raise"...they stabbed you in the back when Berry took office, remember? What makes you think it won't happen again? Oh, wait, the concept of doing right, brotherhood, and integrity is lost on the fine men and women in black of the Albuquerque Police Department. How can you look at yourselves in the mirror? I guess strutting around with a badge and gun is more important to you that DOING THE RIGHT THING!

Anonymous said...

I just got out of a volunteer training meeting with apdforward.org.

The time has come for communities across the city to join together in pressing for crucial reforms so APD officers can safely and responsibly protect the people of Albuquerque. Look at their representation!

APDforward.org is very organized in their approach. You can even volunteer or be kept abreast of what they are doing via email or text, you can sign up at
http://www.apdforward.org/get_involved

It's time to take back our city.
Together we can make Albuquerque all that it has potential to be.

Anonymous said...

at 3:27, yeah and they stuffed his face full of burr-eat-ohs too you fat fuck. please respond, let me know you can read but I doubt it....

Anonymous said...

3:27:
You should open your eyes and watch that video because that guy wasn't handcuffed until way after the force being used on him was ended. You can clearly see the the cuffs coming out after the one officer kneels on him.
So no he was not on the floor handcuffed getting kicked.

Anonymous said...

The amount of people that are digging themselves into one of the deepest holes ever over what was done to these two officers is apparently growing every day.
It is very foolish that someone prudent hasn't put the brakes on this and probably more foolish that there are still some people around that are still pulling strings for Schultz and the mayor and recklessly exposing themselves to civil liability.

Anonymous said...

Fact, the IA sergeant who fucked over Doyle and Woolever is now the Intel sergeant in the middle of this mess if spying and videoing protestors: Jason Peck.

Anonymous said...

@ 07/16 1729,

>doing right/integrity
>Albuquerque Police Department

Pick one.

Anonymous said...

@10:27

The NMLEA board, by denying Doyle his due process rights, just jumped, with both feet, into the corruption...

I truly fear for you 34's out there, as these sociopaths will stoop to nothing in an attempt to discredit the civilians that are holding them accountable.

As the record shows this year, the heat on them is being turned one notch at a time as each month passes. And just like a cornered snake, they will lash out...

Anonymous said...

How to I Get a hold of Atty Grover??? I will be needing his services soon!!
Thanks

Anonymous said...

The sky is falling, the sky is falling, something terrible is about to happen to bring all these horrible people down, ad naseum on the Eye and all the postings. Nothing ever happens and Grover's lawsuit will not be successful. APD rank and file just need to vote to decertify the union and start from scratch with a new union affiliate organization. Berry and Perry will survive for 3 more years and we are all screwed!!!!

Anonymous said...

@2:41
You hope the lawsuit won't be successful because you probably have a vested monetary interest in it failing. Guess what, the only way it fails is if the District Court is corrupt. Recordings of admitted wrong doings cannot be swept under the rug. Ask Mowrer what he said..ask Lopez what she said..yes, the only way the suit fails is if the entire state is corrupt and full of graft...which it may be. But, wait, then the Federal Court can be appealed to!
The APOA is in trouble, they know it, and I think you, 2:41, know it!

Anonymous said...

9:37


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Anonymous said...

Hey Steph, as you get ready for that emergency executive board meeting explain to us why you didn't tell us about Doyle and Woolever's request to meet and discuss things?! Explain this please.

Anonymous said...

These two crybabies as you call them were solid 82 for me. More than I can say for you FAT ASS!!

Anonymous said...

2:41 aka Ray the little Rio Grande avenue dweller....

Go fuck yourself. Your sky will be falling soon you three foot tall little prick. Stick to suing your clients for non payment you cocky cowardly bigmouthed bitch.

Anonymous said...

Go find Doyle and Woolever and let them know how you feel. Please do. I would pay to see that. You chickenshit. Those two still walk into your house and punk you.

Anonymous said...

You know, I just read a story pumped out over facebook by several 34's in APD about a cop that resigned and in his story, lauded Chief Eden. He is a good man, he is concerned about the state of the department, and bewails he has limited power. This officer said that during his exit interview he was impressed by Eden and hoped Eden would be given a second term. If he was so impressed, why did that officer not rescind his resignation? Also, let's use an investigative technique, let's look at Eden's associates, the city administration. First, Berry, a corrupt, lying, POS; Second, Perry, a fat, drunk, lying, POS; Huntsman was brought in, a rather heavy handed enforcer for Berry; at Eden's first opportunity he made a fool of himself by declaring the Boyd shooting was justified! Eden left a good, cabinet job in Santa Fe to join APD (for a large salary). He knew he was coming into a den of snakes but I guess cash disguises a lot of "character flaws". I guess you do need to pump up for your PERA. If you associate with low-lifes, you are probably the same, huh, Eden? For the officers that pump this bilge-water out on facebook, you are all part of the problem. You're not proactive, you milk radio calls as long as you can, drag your feet to urgent calls, in general, you do as little as possible, hide as much as possible, but wear a badge and gun and draw your salary (while milking as much OT as you can get away with). I bet you folks didn't even vote in the recent APOA contract situation. If you aren't part of the solution, you're part of the problem. We know who you are.

Anonymous said...

2:41

I suggest that if you a willing to let Steph strap on a snap-on-tool and ass fuck you, then you should look like the fat little girl you are and get a sex change operation. I'd be willing to bet you could get a group discount and take quite a few of your bros in blue cross-dressers with you in on the deal.
After all, it's just "nature at play"...

Anonymous said...

To July 26 @ 2:41: No vested monetary interest, not a cop, not even a city employee but a retired attorney and citizen disgusted with Berry. Now you say only way lawsuit will fail is if District Court is corrupt. A first year law student would characterize the lawsuit as weak as best and frivolous. Any one with a filing fee of can file a civil complaint. The Courts do not suffer fools lightly.

Anonymous said...

Fools shmools, we think you had a few too many in Placitas and cooked the last remaining brain cells you had you old git.

Anonymous said...

10:08,
Nice. Idiot. You just gave yourself away. Go back to your playpen. You will never get the attention you beg for and your pleadings look like ass. This is why you lose. You will always lose. You fucking asshat.

Anonymous said...

10:08,
Oh, and I can see what a great attorney you must have been because a 1st year grade school student can put sentences together better than you.

Anonymous said...

Haha haha Steph Lopez bends over backwards for a female office and gets a letter from the LEA Board. When it comes to Doyle and Woolever she said "I'll call you back ". Nice way to go Steph.

Anonymous said...

10:08,
How's the liquor treating you? Your drunken rant is funny. I notice that there are a few people like you who dislike the way things are, but see fit to attack those who are doing something about it. Are you being counter productive because it is not you who has the guts to take action?
I do not think you are retired. I think you are washed out. If the information and evidence possessed that sparked this lawsuit is as lethal as it sounds, then even more information will be garnered through the depositions and incoming subpoenas that will trigger indictments if they are not already on the way.
Good luck to you sir in your search for validation and belonging, and good luck to those targeted in this in keeping their assets and freedom. I think this lawsuit is going to spread out like a virus dragging all guilty parties into the abyss.

Anonymous said...

Uh Oh!
APD union president suspended several times
http://krqe.com/2014/07/17/apd-union-president-suspended-several-times/

Anonymous said...

Is Stephanie Lopez married to a male?

Anonymous said...

To the July 17 @ 10:43 pm, 11:25 pm and 11:30 postings. I enjoyed baiting you and getting a rise out of you. You must be the three stooges. How's that for putting a sentence together for the first grade idiots that you are. The lawsuit makes good Journal news copy but is weak at best. Watch it get dismissed for failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted. You may want to look up the term "failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted" in a Black's Law Dictionary and give it to the attorney who filed the complaint.

Anonymous said...

@10:08

"Frivolous"? You know not what you speak, retired attorney. You don't know the evidence the plaintiffs have in hand. When you have RECORDINGS of APOA officers stating that the union should be sued because what was done was wrong. When you have RECORDINGS of conspiracy and wrong doing..it is not frivolous...maybe you need to go back to law school...good thing you retired because you don't know what you're talking about and have proven yourself to be an uninformed, RETIRED ATTORNEY.

Anonymous said...

Is this a coincidence?
Lopez pushes for the contract approval then gets a slap on the wrist after the umteenth disciplinary action on her record. More proof that these people are doing the will of the corrupt, in order to get what they want.

Anonymous said...

This particular LEA filling just happened but why are we just now hearing about the other times Lopez was disciplined. I am not a fan of her at all but it's time to step back and stop asking why we are hearing about the other incidents and say why now?
Why was a Chief allowed to oversee the discipline of a Union President during years of contract negotiations? (I'm confident BCSO would gladly do these in partnership since he's had APD brass render second opinions in the past on his people's discipline during contract talks.)
Why was the media NOW informed of past discipline that has nothing to do with what went to the LEA Board?
How very interesting that right after a contract finally passes this all comes out.

The Berry camp is setting up one repeating pattern "those thug protesters that wont work with me" "I had to give in to pressure from someone who protected a thug domestic abuser in the name of the out of control blue wall". Tanoan will be opening their checkbooks again.

Anonymous said...

11:33,
Oh, and you think you are clever by suggesting the first action that a rookie lawyer would answer to any lawsuit with. It is obvious that the load you tied on yesterday wore off, but that mop hat wig of your's is still blocking your eye sight. So why don't you drag a comb through that ragged ass thing and draw yourself out some toothe paste and brush that grill of yours because that us about the only thing you can draw out. Oh yea, your clients say they are glad you are gone because you were nothing but a self serving airhead who attacks everything around himself, even those on his side, when he doesn't get his way. Nutball. Stay up in Latitude Zero you asshat!

Anonymous said...

Response to 11:41 AM "you don't know what you speak ... you don't know what your talking about" and your "uniformed". Really? I suggest you actually read the Civil Complaint, which you can do online at the District Court website. If you have read the complaint, then you are a bigger moron than you come across who does not know what your talking about.

The complaint is filed against the APOA Union seeking compensation for lost wages with APD, job benefits paid by APD, and promotional, training and employment opportunities with APD, none of which have ever been paid by the Union to these cops. The City and Schultz are were NOT named Defendants and would be necessary parties to get such damages awarded. Failure to name the City and Schultz could be considered legal mal practice. At best these two cops have a breach of contract action against the Union, which is still a stretch when it comes to the awarding and determining damages.

Even if you get the recordings of APOA officers you refer to admitted into evidence, which is a big if, you still have a very weak case. What will overshadow the entire litigation will be the video of these cops beating the hell out of a citizen and kicking him in the head and used by the City to fire them. The ultimate question will be were the firings justified, in which case no matter what the Union did or its officers said, or for that matter, did not do to defend these two, would not have mattered and would have no consequence. The cops still would have been fired. It was the City's and Ray Schultz actions that caused the actual damages.

PS: As a trial attorney with over 25 years experience who never lost a trial, I will now go back and read the Eye and its comments for my morning entertainment, being ever so thankful that I never have to represent people like those who post on the Eye ever again! Have a nice day!!



Anonymous said...

@ 10:08

So I suppose an attorney becoming a plaintiff in a case, no matter even if you think it is BS, is a good idea.

I'd be willing to bet you where such a great professional lier, that your retired to a cardboard box under the overpass...like Greg is about to be doing...

Anonymous said...

The civil action that Doyle and Woolever should have taken was one for de-certification of the Union, removal of all APOA elected officers, reimbursement of Union dues with an injunction to stop withdrawal of Union dues by the City, and seeking a vote to select a new Union bargaining unit association like AFSME. But no, these guys are only interested in themselves.

Anonymous said...

Hahaha. These comments are funny and obviously coming from some tight ass. I read that complaint and it lists conspiracy. Everyone named in that suit is id a very bad way and this was a long time coming. Mister 25 year never lose a case litigator you are starting to stink up the room with horse shit. Please do move on, or in this case call the APOA ans save them since you are the legal god. All hail the legal genius here.

Anonymous said...

I hope those guys release those recordings to the media.
Either way, it is a disaster for the APOA.

Anonymous said...

These comments are funny. No wonder this state is such a disaster. Doyle and Woolever have taken it up the ass with extra special thanks to the APOA and somebody actually accuses them of thinking of themselves? That. Is. Priceless. Best of luck APD and APOA, the APOA got the last bit of my pay check and I'm outta here!

FSB SGT

Anonymous said...

To July 18, 1:30 pm post: What attorney has become a plaintiff in the case? Thought you would like to know that a millionaires portfolio sure does buy a lot of cardboard boxes, and by the way, the overpass as well. Go fuck yourself.

Anonymous said...

Hey mr i'm the best that ever was, not only should you have been a blowjob but your pass to the reindeer games has been revoked!

Anonymous said...

Mr. Retired Attorney can't take the heat so he is taking his toys and going home...I am so sad. From what I have read, Mr. Attorney, you blithely skim over the "Conspiracy" article of the lawsuit. Yes, you claim to have never lost a case...after 25 years, I find that very difficult to believe. It is easy to hide behind an anonymous posting and make grandiose claims. You must be friends with that fellow, Mowrer, another "attorney" who may be disbarred because of his conspiratorial actions and failure to represent in good faith his clients, the dues paying members of the Union, Doyle & Woolever. Also, Mr. Attorney, if the "citizen" was kicked in the head as you claim the video shows, why was he not hospitalized after such a "brutal" kicking upon arrest. The hospital released him after a cursory examination to go to jail. So, Mr. Retired Attorney, I agree with the poster that states, you are ill-informed, or you lack the intelligence to logically evaluate the situation. I support these officers..they brought in a highly dangerous felon, no one else in APD could, and guess what....they didn't KILL HIM! They are without jobs and have lost certification thanks to the underhanded dealing of Nate Korn, yet people like Sandy, Dear, and others who the DOJ has put on lists for further scrutiny still have their jobs and certifications. Where is your righteous indignation about that?

Anonymous said...

For the amount of grief Doyle has gotten one would think he shot a dude and cost the city $8million. Or shot a girl in the back. Or shot a dude holding an ashtray. Or shot a dude holding a butter knife. Or shot a dude holding a spoon...

Anonymous said...

Holy crap an officer gets suspended three times and is still on the department. Doyle and Woolever do a great job taking a shit bag turd into custody, and all he sustains is a contusion on his forehead. And for that they get fired, goes to show you that they were totally targeted.and hung out to dry by their very large balls. Everyone that was involved in the so called investigation needs to be brought up on charges. I would love to hear the recordings they have. Does anyone know where and when they will be released so the public can take a listen?

Anonymous said...

Ray Twohig, an attorney that will take any case for $$, has the guts to come on this site and talk crap, trying to build his case up? An attorney that will represent a crud like Nicholas Blume? Blume who has a rap sheet "a mile long." Blume who vowed to kill the next cop that tried to arrest him. Blume, the Brotherhood member, who vowed war against the cops? Blume who pistol whipped an innocent woman? Blume who just a few days after his release from county, was busted again on "felon in possession of firearms"? I have heard of ambulance chasers, but you take the cake. Yes, you can't hide behind "anonymous".

Anonymous said...

Ray Twohig and all the former cops he has hired over the years to do his dirty work are scum bags. They sucked as cops so they figure they can get back at the department by working for him. Disgusting...

Anonymous said...

having an ear to the rail in and out of many circles, it is very interesting to see the hysteria this suit is bringing. The APOA knows that shit is going to hit the fan on this one, and with proof in the form of taped conversations admitting what is stated on that civil complaint, it just might turn into a criminal complaint and multiple indictments on all levels. It looks like a lot of people who thought they pulled the rip cord are going to be dragged back into this kicking and screaming. The genius and lethality of that complaint went right over the heads of those running their mouth's here and everywhere else. And as far as this lawyer on here with an agenda, it is obvious who he is.

Anonymous said...

What is a TWOHIG?

Anonymous said...

Lopez and Willoughby are two rat fucks...

Maria Bautista said...

You all are in fighting instead of building a stronger front
Now is the time to make the union strong, to strengthen a voice for.a new chief. Officers can vote no confidence on chief. They are spending so much on DOJ/Stretcher/ Attorneys,Greenwood, and in the meantime screw all of you. Time for APD to take a stand!! Get rid of the corruption, build "your" ranks and when you do u will have earned the reputation u lost.

Anonymous said...

Stockton Police Chief:

The police chief said 20 officers who fired their weapons were put on administrative leave pending an investigation — standard procedure after a shooting. He said he believes the officers acted appropriately.

"Our officers were in constant danger but continued to pursue because they had a duty to not allow the suspects to get away due to the risks to the hostages but also the fear that additional hostages could be taken or killed or additional businesses or homes to be taken over by these very violent assailants," he said.

A REAL Chief who backs his Officers.

Anonymous said...

Does Cordova still work for APD or did Lopez eat him??

Anonymous said...

Bernalillo Co. discrimination lawsuit could grow to nearly 230 female plaintiffs

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/s3503529.shtml

The only ones moving INTO NM are lawyers, and not just Greenwood!

Anonymous said...

2:49,
Damn strait.
Ray Schultz is a cunt who did ALL of this to everyone to protect his own worthless ass, fill his pockets and continue to greedily make more money while everyone is left behind with this. That punk bitch belongs behind bars with his pension divided between everyone he has fucked over. When these rats start squealing, that's just what is going to happen.

Anonymous said...

A little Apoa history on their presidents:

Lawrence Torres, Marty Chavez hack.
Pete Dwyer, racist and fired.
Ron Olivas, snitch and retires in disgrace.
Joey Sigala, thief and fired.
Greg Webber, tries to do right, voted out.
Steph Lopez, snitch and NOT fired.

Any questions? Where's Alex Marentes or Paul Pacheco? Two APOA presidents that did their jobs with honor.

http://krqe.com/2014/07/18/victim-says-officer-interfered-in-domestic-violence-case/. That's Steph Lopez's latest fiasco.

Anonymous said...

Now is the time to let your voices be heard and give input to solve the APD crisis in Albuquerque. Participate and then we can monitor the progress to ensure we are heard and move forward.

Community Outreach Meetings Registration

http://www.cabq.gov/mayor/community-outreach-meetings-application

Anonymous said...

It looks like the Journal Editorial Board just bought themselves a several count Libel lawsuit. After years and a pattern of printing libel against these two, I am glad they are suing this rag. It is obvious that every time these guys fight this corruption, someone picks up the phone to the journal and the Journal prints lies and Libel to cover for Schultz.
Adios Kent Waltz. Collusion with a government entity to promote your business has put a few newspapers out of business. It looks like the journal and Kent Waltz will be answering some heavy questions about why they print an accusation as fact, when the video they are discussing shows nothing of what they said, and Schultz in a previous article stated the opposite. The editorial board of the journal is in a pickle on this one. Looks like everyone who needs to is going to learn a hard lesson.

Anonymous said...

Very well said and so true. A similar issue is the Union representing lower level Management at Library the union completely dropped the ball (Lee Whistle) and the Library was able to fire a librarian who was classified as permanently disabled due to aknee injury exaserbated by her boss making her shovel the parking lot during asnow storm. This boss did not ask any other employees to shovel, just the librarian with the bad knee. The union did nothing, altho he was asked to come to the disciplinary meetings they kept having on this poor woman! Lee Whistle did NOTHING and now an excellent librarian that admin. hated although this woman had 15 years with the city, Library Administration was able to fire her for her disability!!

Anonymous said...

8:46,
That is a city website. I am all for collectively effecting change but the fact that the people in charge of running APD are corrupt and they refuse to remove those with major issues on the fifth floor, is a major concern. They are still up to their same old games of manipulating the media and hiding when the hard questions are answered. This program has the name "Mayor's outreach" attached to it. This is nothing but a pacification tool for everyone fed up about the lies and corruption. As long as this mayor is in office, there will be no transparency or outreach. It is all on his terms and only in a way that he and his people can control.
You will only monitor the shit that they let you see. Realize that. You really need to comprehend the level of corruption here and what is going on behind the scenes. That outreach program is total bullshit. The only way things will get done is with them being forced to do it and then having their feet held over the fire until it is done. This, of course after indictments for their crimes.

Anonymous said...

7/17 @2:41. EXACTLY DECERTIFICATION! But wouldn't Berry and his Pack Of Jackels have to approve a new Union coming on board. I guess my question or statement is we should do our homework on the issue before we decide to oust "the devil we know ".

Anonymous said...

Maybe someone could explain the "strained" relationship between the Aryan Nation crew and APD. And the other gangs, too.

Anonymous said...

I wonder why the Journal did not write that biased inflammatory article about Doyle and Woolever after the KRQE story months ago. Why wouldn't they have written that then? It is obvious that KRQE had their story backed up with facts that these officers gave them, proving that Schultz and the city lied in the investigation and got caught. Yet The Albuquerque Journal prints a story like that now after everyone knows those accusations were proven to be lies? It is now obvious with that timing that the Journal has an agenda for certain individuals. The Journal and waltz ARE dirty and are doing dirt for the corrupt.

Anonymous said...

As the saying goes "Never get into a pissing match with people who buy ink by the barrel." Also, "never sue people who hire lawyers by the gross."

Anonymous said...

4:46,
As the older saying goes, don't fuck with someone who has nothing to lose. Never heard about the one you just made, but here is some advice. Take all of that ink, and pack it in your asses. It will work nicely as a defense mechanism when you motherfuckers are drowning in the shit you started, and anyone who needs that many lawyers to fight what one lawyer will prove, is guilty. You all resemble spineless squids anyway. Right at the bottom of the food chain where you belong.

Anonymous said...

What is this Journal you speak of? That Tabloid run by that deformed Waldo looking editor? They should call it the Albuquerque Star. In the Smiths down the street, those papers sit in the rack and old folks are always asking to have them to line their bird cages with give their dogs something to shit on, and put in their kitty litter boxes. Very few read that yellow crap, and when they do, it is for amusement purposes only. Comparing it to a real newspaper from a real city one can understand why they are constantly patting themselves on the back. Their own writers admit that their stories are hacked and edited to pieces in favor of the political environment they are supporting at the time. I have heard their staff say that stories have been sent into editing, only to be gutted of anything that is detrimental to their cronies.

Anonymous said...

11:40

I would agree with you but the Movement fully intends to move forward with THE PLAN that Berry has now locked himself into. Tune in for what's to come. He was such a wuss that they had him on the schedule to do the welcoming speech at 8am but he was a "no show."

Guess he's starting to figure out that there's no turning back for him. It's like the Sting song, Every move you make, we'll be watching you.

Every breath you take
Every move you make
Every bond you break
Every step you take
We'll be watching you

Every single day
Every word you say
Every game you play
Every night you stay
We'll be watching you

Every move you make
Every vow you break
Every smile you fake
Every claim you stake
We'll be watching you

Anonymous said...

@ July 20 4:46PM

As they say, never say never.
And why are you talking troll? Aren't you suppose to be keeping your tongue busy sucking on small fruit 24/7/365.

Anonymous said...

The Journal board's opinion is as good as Stephanie's credibility...zero, zip, nada...

Anonymous said...

Hopefully no one learns of how Steph Lopez tried to interfere with ex-cop Chris Carabajal's DWI when he wrecked his truck at 2/mountain. I think there was a formal complaint against Stepanie by Ret. Ofc. Marissa Martinez (now with Isleta Police Dept). Dont mean to bring crap up but just tired of getting screwed by APOA and losing all the money I put in.

Anonymous said...

8:28,
Who was the complaint filed with?
Tampering with cases is an integrity issue.
That union won't have an ounce of credibility when it comes to defending themselves.
It is funny how Raymond D Schultz is hiding. The more that comes out about this stuff, the more he is going to bury himself. The guy is the epitome of a coward.
Well.... He must be wrong because someone righteous doesn't run and hide. That guy destroyed the place then cut and run as soon as the DOJ came in.
The man for the job..... Yea right!
The journal's credibility has always been nonexistent, but it really went down the turd hole with that comment.

Anonymous said...

Indeed. a real man does not start a fight then run away.
That is exactly what Ray did.

Anonymous said...

Funny, I can remember when Chavez initially appointed Schultz as Chief and everyone was so happy. Then Chavez lost mayor's race and Schultz said to give him a chance cuz Marty had shut him down. Everyone was backing Schultz, saying he was a man, Marty this and Marty that. Fuc( Mary and fuc( Schultz and all his supporters. You are absolutely right, where is Schultz.

Anonymous said...

Schultz is going to be drug back here licking a screaming all the way. The dust up is going to be very interesting to read about... No doubt the folks on FB that have several pages such as Police Complaints are going to have a field day just as the Eye will. The wall of silence, just like the Berlin wall, will come tumbling down.

Anonymous said...

Cordova retired a couple years ago....with UNM PD now I think

Anonymous said...

I find it amusing that that little tiny minuscule irrelevant Midget twohig is on a blog shilling his bullshit lawsuit that will go nowhere and lead to his embarrassment. The only claim this turd has is getting a drunken murder off. Even a broken clock is right twice a day. Whit that said, I would love to see his client take the stand and get ripped apart on credibility issues, then incriminate himself on pending issues. This is one the city will win on. Considering all the facts that are now present, in that matter, twohig and his little nazi should ask the city for 50 bucks to put on The commissary and walk away before another 50 years is tacked onto his sentence for homicide and gun charges.
Just my $.02

Anonymous said...

Anyone confirm that JR Romero resigned from Crime Lab instead of facing discipline in a female EEOC Hostile Work Environment. The DPS did investigation. Was he hired at Los lunas as an SRO. Females beware.

Anonymous said...

The Journal Editor owes Ray Schultz dearly for the favor that Schultz did for him. Schultz is a criminal and has a history of tampering with cases. When Waltz's kid was charged with Minor in Possession, of course Waltz arranged contact with Schultz. Schultz put som influence into things by the ways he usually does, and the officer never showed up for court. Because of this the case was dumped. This would have wrecked Waltz's little mijo's schooling, had he been found guilty, so when you are scratching your head and really trying to understand why the journal prints lies to cover for Schultz, this is one reason.

The journal also makes large sums of money from the city and Jerry Waltz is a lawyer who gets big money from contracts with the city. Jerry is Kent's brother.

These people are also so pathetic that they do these things to get the perks of rubbing elbows with these sleazy criminals running the city and to have access to things that are normally not accessible.

It is about time the real dirt comes out.

Anonymous said...

“I think Ray Schultz took this case as a golden opportunity to f eed John Doyle to the f eds to try and get outf rom under the possibility of an investigation into all these shootings and other excessive f orce cases,” Doyle’s attorney, John D’Amato, said Wednesday. “But I really believe Doyle did the right thing out there.”

Anonymous said...

Alex Marentes is too busy chasing young girls, having a midlife crisis, flying his drone and hiding behind the EYE to post his crap about people he could never confront, Paul is doing the good work of his office, representing his constituents.

Anonymous said...

Many courts have ruled a employer must be forced to recognize a union if the membership votes to join an established commonly recognized entity. If you want to recreate the APOA with no outside oversight the city can reject it.
I say cops go join the real fraternal order of police or follow bcso lead and form an afscme chapter. Then dispatchers leave afscme and join communication workers of america. The one union who is all about what you do. The rest of the civilians, enough of this bull shit c series battling m battling E battling I. One local for all apd non supervisors. I was sick of my needs being overlooked by union concerns at transit and libraries. Plus the leadership didnt have a clue what I dealt with. Many of my coworkers wouldnt join because the union didnt see apd and afd civilians as a priority.... hell I hear back east pd and fd are joining teamsters. One chapter for sworn. One for civilians. Both working together for issues that affect them both.
Youve heard of happy wife happy life. Try happy dispatcher, happy records clerk, equals happy Officer.

Anonymous said...

Doyle and Woolever totally did the right thing. They took a career criminal off the street with not much more than a scratch. And even obtained the video footage for the report. Their Sergeant signed off on the report and the entire chain of command commended them on a job well done.

Anonymous said...

Ha! Paul pachecko is a lap dog turncoat. Sold his very soul, IRS records are public info Paul. Just go take your position at the Mcclesky front porch little boy.

Anonymous said...

Ref, July 23 1:31PM

Get your facts straight. BCSOA did not join AFSCME they are a stand alone. If you are talking about the court security then you are correct because they did not do their homework and see how others felt about the union. No one wants to hear you pitch your union talk about worthless unions who just want to take your money and spend it on their own management style salaries and a lifestyle most real american workers will never have. All the unions you mention send part of your dues to their national union that does nothing for the local workers issues. The dues you pay go to support political agendas that have nothing to do with workers rights...like voter ID, Illegal imigration, democratic party. You think people like being part of AFSCME or CWA? I say no they do not, they have no choice but to be forced to be part of that collective bargaining unit.
Ask employees who are represented by AFSCME in Santa Fe County how they feel. A few years back, the same union that backed illegal imigration and fought voter IDs was facing having to deal with county layoffs directly due to illegal aliens causing a huge budget deficit because of the hospital having to provide medical care for them at the tax payers expense because they had no insurance and did not have the ability to pay. Get real about most unions they push to take anyone and everyone just for the money train. Ask yourself why and how can this be in the best interest of those they are supposed to represent.

Anonymous said...

All of this "librarian" crap is getting pretty stale. If you are so unhappy in your "critical" position in the library, why don't you just dump the library thing altogether, go get some heels and microskirts, and go stomp up and down SE Central, and Zuni, and Gibson? You could free yourself from the abusive environment of the library, + make some bucks and help relieve the tension in the area, + add some much needed variety for the loser APD knuckle-draggers in the SE Command.

Anonymous said...

@ 3:31 Can I get an AMEN on that my brother.

Anonymous said...

For whom the bell tolls. I would not want to be the one.
Do you know who it will be? Well... Do you?

Anonymous said...

One thing for sure, we won't have to listen to the BS flowing out of Slopez or Willowboy. But then again any lawyer willing to represent them is just as stupid as they are... I'm just trying to figure out where they are going to find one fat enough for them to hide behind.
I also hear TJ has been given his marching orders by Perry, his numero uno priority now is to keep the bur-eat-toes flowing to Slo and Wboy while their widebody doubles fill in and they hide out in the bunker under the Manzanos.
All very hush hush...keep it to yourself.

Anonymous said...

I am hearing our favorite fat boy is going to be in some very serious legal trouble. Someone at the union just dragged his fat ass into some nasty shit. This is going to be awesome. Finally these assholes get the shit they have always deserved. This is what happens when you put assholes in places they should never be. This asshole should never have been given access to what he has access to. Let the finger pointing begin in the land of absolutely no loyalties. Enjoy sleeping in the beds you all made. This place smells like piss. You all might want to get some Depends. Fucking cancerass.

Anonymous said...

I smell something burning.

Anonymous said...

There are so many fat boys out there, which one are you talking about?

Anonymous said...

Our burreatooh eater.

Anonymous said...

Oh okay TJ ( Francis from Pee Wee Herman) gotcha fat boy...

Anonymous said...

Fat boy Willoughby had a slip up last night.....oopisies Shaun. what comes around goes around don't it bro?

Anonymous said...

What did Shaun do and why is TJ in legal trouble?

Anonymous said...

A slip up, or slip on? Do tell.

Anonymous said...

When the right people are done leveling justice on you assholes, your little paradise is going to look like the barren landing zone of a fucking asteroid. Enjoy things now, because it sure looks like your money belongings, and what is left of your pathetic selfish being and possibly freedom will be taken.

Anonymous said...

The silence is deafening.

Anonymous said...

Is Joey finally going to prison?