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 30, 2018

“Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water my friend.” - Bruce Lee

The above quote was taken from Bruce Lee many years ago. It involves adaptation. This saying is very powerful, when used as a means to push through difficulties, or to overcome obstacles, but it can be just as bad when used in the opposite direction and someone chooses to apply the “if you can’t beat them join them mentality to it.” Albuquerque NM is the result of this.

Since the Chavez administration, people have been calling for investigations into and prosecution of public corruption, along with true reform. Berry was elected, because he said what people wanted to hear, then he fell in line with those who knew the ropes within the city, to symbiotically further their agendas. In doing so, he destroyed the city through deception, evasiveness, dishonesty, vindictiveness, retaliation, fabrication, and fraud. 

The Berry administration used a corrupted city attorney’s office to assist him in the articulation of his actions, and the actions of those below him, who completed his orders. We have all seen the cases that the city was involved in to retaliate against those who spoke up fall to pieces after they were exposed. In all of those cases, those responsible unprofessionally ran their mouths collectively, right up until they got caught in lie after lie, and then it was no comment. Ten years ago, IPRA was not very popular, as many didn’t know their way around the law as laymen. That has changed drastically, as those being kept in the dark of the lies going on on the 14th and 11th floors of City Hall, and the 5th floor of the Albuquerque Police Department Main Building became tired of the run around, and began holding the liars responsible for evading open government by suing them. 

As citizens exercised their rights to public information, public servants actively violated the law by destroying evidence in administrative cases, and  wrongfully quoting case law in order to bluff their way out of providing requested materials that would cast certain police brass, and public officials in a bad light. Upon petitioners winning many of these cases, or someone leaking the info out, it has been found out that those within the police department and city administration were just trying to keep people from getting to the truth. That is a fact. Those serving the public did, and do not want the public, and the victims of their actions to know the truth. Many crimes were concealed. 

The last administration was famous for throwing up smoke screens, playing the shell game, and using smoke and mirrors along with timing positive publicity within the media with the word getting out about things they were trying to keep a lid on. 

Con man /ˈkän man/   noun informal
  1. a man who cheats or tricks someone by gaining their trust and persuading them to believe something that is not true.

So many people spoke of owning the mistakes, and exposing the wrongdoing as a means to fix the problematic issues at hand. It was discussed almost daily about bringing in genuine individuals to address the corruption. If there were no corruption, these discussions would have never come up, so it is self-evident through this process that there was and still is corruption. Total transparency was spoken about as if there were no other way. No other way that is until political careers and those pledged to help those become threatened that he get decided to not carry the water, but put forth the illusion of change as they became the water. 

When you do not change the whole environment when it is rotten to the core, what you fill it with what has no option but to rot. It’s like putting on someone else’s shitted in pair of pants, or wrapping your lunch in the tin foil from last weeks lunch. 

In politics, politicians will be friendly with anyone who will get them votes. Here, politicians are even more unusual as they will change parties, and sometimes do a 180 degree turn from what they once stood for, because of a political agenda, greed and power, that causes them to lose sight of what is right. When this happens, it is because they never really were truthful about themselves. 

Things are so bad in the leadership pool in our city and state, that alliances that were in their infancy we were told about before the election were made. We disapproved of, and voiced the facts about them. Decisions were made, because better candidates turned down appointed positions because they knew how bad it was within APD. The poison runs deep and the desperation is evident. There is nobody. 

Plenty of con men found their way onto APD, and promoted up the ranks. Plenty more frauds are still here, and they do not know the first thing about what it is to be a police officer. 

Last week the Mayor hired the chief of Police of Bosque Farms as the commander of the APD police academy and she showed up for a press interview with the media dressed like a waitress in a police costume. 

There have been studies over the last few years concerning the decline of law enforcement as a profession. Many concluded how the wrong people were chosen, and how they rose up through the ranks to destroy policing as we knew it. This is a very sound conclusion, when you look at the Albuquerque Police Department. Here you have individuals being hired and or retained out of desperation, or because they had an in politically. 

Decades ago, there was a uniform standard for men and women, and that standard was used to show discipline and a command presence. Command presence is the first step in diffusing a situation before it begins, if you know anything about being a cop in the streets. The first thing a violent criminal sees is the first officer responding arriving to deal with him when they arrive. When you look like a pushover, or soup sandwich, you are more likely to be tested, or outright killed. Many career criminals have been interviewed about what they did during the commission of a violent crime against an officer, and they admitted the first thing they saw was someone they knew they could take. 

Back to the new APD police academy commander...
This new hire stated she has a plan. She showed up wearing dangling earrings with a bouffant hairdo, and bright red lipstick, talking about getting away from chasing bad guys. She wants to change the culture. 

This administration hired Angela Byrd to head up the police academy. If statements are correct this new hire only worked on the streets as a uniformed patrol officer responsible for addressing issues practically as those she is responsible for training, for only four years. In APD, that is not even the 5 years experience needed to become a sergeant. This commander went to a UC unit after 4 years for the last two years of her career. If that is all true and does not include academy time or rounded up to the next year time, she was only an officer for 6 years. After that, it was schools and teaching from there, then appointed positions. That is not twenty plus years in law enforcement. 

We have been hearing that there has been claiming of a long career in law enforcement. To us, a long career in law enforcement means wearing a uniform, out from behind a desk, risking your life, and yes, chasing bad guys around. Hell... even attempting to chase a bad guy around. 

Mrs. Byrd came into law enforcement at a time during the above discussed uniform standards, which were put in place in order to protect officers, and not as in today’s philosophy, to suppress their self expression. Women wore post earrings, so as not to have them ripped out. They wore their hair up in a bun, so as not to get dragged around by it, and they wore modest make up, so as to look professional, and have a viable command presence. 

APD and those leading the police department have no clue about what they are doing, because those who have no clue are making the choices, and telling people they have a plan, when they do not have the mentality of a police officer, and they do not know what community policing is. They are also too busy being concerned with image instead of being genuine. 

Back at a time when this all started to go down hill was the time for officers to genuinely get out of their cars, and talk to people, gain their trust, and do things for them. Those actions combined with reciprocal treatment from the public, regardless of the appearance of an incident, until all the facts come forth is true community policing. Pretentiously taking photo ops, or these coffee sessions are not community policing. It is placating, and pacifying the community. The truth is that those whom you want to reach, are not going to show up at pop with a cop, or to some other pretentious event that is only a response, or reaction meant to put a band aid on the real issue. If you want real mistrust keep patronizing people and avoiding the undesirable topics that are plaguing people’s lives. 

While atrocious events were covered up, that lead to the divide in trust we now have, there should have been outreach, but as usual, inexperience has lead to another improper remedy of softening our approach to an out of control, violent crime epidemic, by acting like talking to purely evil, violent, repeat offenders is the only answer, along with teaching officers to be less aggressive. Think about hiring competent, able bodied officers, who are mentally stable, and can harness that aggression appropriately, in order to proportionally, legally, fairly, and efficiently bring the fight to the bad guys. How about properly sending the message to criminals, through the proper, controlled amount of aggression, teaching our officers how to go hands on, and backing them when they do, no matter how it looks until proven otherwise instead of lying to make it look so?  How about teaching them when to use deadly force, and giving them the confidence and trust in their own administration, before saying you are going to change the culture of an administration forged in pay to play, nature at play, patron system of government, dishonesty, and known for destroying lives? 

Community policing is having the trust of the community, in a way that officers and the public have a trust between them that conclusions no longer need to be drawn, and the community is comfortable enough to wait for the conclusion of an investigation that they have faith in is fair. You will never please everyone and acting like you can is another big lie. Community policing is the community having the trust in officers enough to go to them with their problems, knowing the officer will try to help them. Community policing is meeting impromptu with the public, anytime anywhere. Community policing is genuine. It just flows. Community policing takes a while to take root, but once it does, it enables officers to do their jobs with community support. The problem here with community policing is that the administration, and their antics are the flies in the ointment. 

This administration seems it would rather have malleable court jesters in uniform who are harmless and  un-imposing, rather than a professional in shape officer, who knows when to turn it on and when to turn it off. 

The words “change the culture” continue to come out of the mouths of every one in this administration, as they continued to become the polluted water of the filthy vessel it is contained in, and words continue to dictate the exact opposite of the actions going on. 

Mrs. Byrd is friends with Jack Jones who runs the APD range. Jones was the director of the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy during the allegations of fraud concerning master instructor certifications. We think an audit of those certifications and sign offs need to be completed, because the city recently settled a whistleblower lawsuit to make all of that go away too.

We can see the path the water is moving in, and it is as usual to the lowest point and it is the path of least resistance.

Just as much as the last administration has used the city attorneys to contrive and deflect from what is going on, by making up excuses, delaying, or refusing to be transparent, this administration is just as bad. They are using the same tricks, and they are doing it just as badly as the last. The sad thing is that it is selfishly being done, in order to promote self serving agendas, despite the atrocious and dangerous level of violent crime going on. Buy hey stolen autos are down. Meanwhile we are almost at 46 homicide for the year and it is only just over half over. 

It is a slap in the face to have to listen to, and see pretentious jiberish lobbed at the public, as if they are stupid. The only thing different here is that this administration is talking their heads off about kissing babies, while the city is burning, thinking everyone is stupid. 

Our advice is to just get up off of the information concerning the IA cases involving Garcia the other officers involved and any possible city counselors before the cover up becomes worse than the crime like we al, know it does. 

It always looks worse when an inbound IPRA lawsuit has to pull the truth out. 

It looks even worse when other cases come to light and a collapse happens when all of this could have been avoided by honesty and sticking to plan A. 

For a little more on this issue, we recommend you read Dennis Domrzalski over at the Abq Report. 


Thank You,
The Eye

Jul 21, 2018

A quietly suffered loss

While our city was in turmoil last week, over many negative issues, we suffered a loss. Many people went about their business, concerned about their little world, while a man who made the world much better for so many quietly passed away.

Over the years, in Albuquerque, many of the homeless have been given a chance to eat, bathe, get a change of clothes, and gain shelter from the elements in New Mexico’s largest homeless shelter; Joy Junction. It is located on 2nd street, south of Rio Bravo. The help didn’t stop there, because the staff of this shelter also provided services to get these folks back onto their feet, and a means of staying on their feet.

Every year during the holidays, Joy Junction brings some cheer to the homeless community, by providing holiday dinners.

It was never odd to hear officers ask if Joy Junction was open over the air, when weather was inclement or someone less fortunate needed help.

Over the years, Joy Junction has given those who just needed a hand or a break, the place they needed to take a breather, and catch up. Many of those addicted to narcotics, or alcohol were able to get the help they needed. This shelter has even helped law enforcement by providing a place for officers to take the needy for assistance. Joy Junction has provided an invaluable service to our community since 1986, when it was founded by Jeremy Reynolds.

Mr. Reynolds overcame homelessness in order to obtain a PhD., and give back to our community, after he himself emigrated here from England, and for that, we are thankful.

As many know, Wednesday, July 11th Dr. Jeremy Reynolds passed away at a young 60 years old. You wouldn’t have even known he was suffering, as he never mentioned it.

We here at the Eye would like to ask that everyone remember a truly selfless person who gave his all, without asking for, or expecting anything in return; an unpretentious, and genuine human being who truly cared about his fellow man, just because it was the right thing to do.

We would like to extend our condolences to those of Joy Junction. We are truly very sorry for your loss.

Many should take example from this mans life.

Truly our loss.

Jul 18, 2018

APD; Another Poor Decision...

Poor decisions, and a culture of cloned mentalities have cemented the Albuquerque Police Department into its downward slide down the slippery slope it is going down.

The current I.A. on I.A. scandal that broke last week has apparently caused a ripple effect through the city administration, and the talk around the water cooler is how this is going to cause some very very serious problems, not only for the City’s compliance with the DOJ consent decree, but for the mayor in the fact that it could make him a one term mayor.

Our Eyes are telling us that there are some very nervous APD 5th floor inhabitants. What are they nervous about? We will tell you.

The brass is very nervous that there have been a host of I.A. cases, where certain people were protected, while others were framed, and that there may be dozens of cases tampered with in the same way that were alleged in the recent case that now has everyone’s ass up in the air. Talk is that they fear an audit. Fear may not be the right word. Terrified may be a better word.

We all know that Bernalillo County District Attorney Raul Torrez can’t prosecute a ham sandwich. We also believe in our opinion, he is full of shit, and compromised, after having to listen to his lie about how the DUI case of the Governor’s buddy wasn’t compromised by a guy in his office who had a conflict of interest having a say in things when it was. It wasn’t a coincidence that he got his millions of state funding from the Governor after taking care of her boy. We all know Torrez won’t prosecute anything even close to being a political hot potato. That being said, there probably will be no criminal procedures. Hell... the James Geha APD timesheet fraud case that the state police put together is still sitting on the DA’s desk. In New Mexico, it’s not unbelievable that a case would be thrown so a politician can get six million dollars in funding so he can look good. This whole city paid the price so a bunch of corrupt criminals could look good for the last 8 years. For sure, Torres will be a one term District Attorney if the more experienced, competent and ballsey Ahmad Assed runs for DA.

Since politicians have no problem throwing people under the bus when they need to, the only conclusion is that they are sitting on this fiasco, because all of them are going to get a portion of shit on their faces when it all comes out. You see, nobody wants to look bad, but nobody wants to be connected to actions in direct contravention to what they have said they have been doing for almost a year. Hypocrisy is acceptable.

If it comes out that APD Internal Affairs has been tampering with cases for the last decade, like we here at the Eye know they have, the problems for this administration will be insurmountable, and you just might as well tack on another few more years of Federal monitoring. That is going to cost millions. That’s just the tip of the iceberg when you look at some of the treacherous things that were done to people by Internal Affairs, and what a massive class action would do to the city’s bank account.

As if all of this wasn’t enough, Mike Miller was promoted to commander, and sent to Internal Affairs to replace the Commander now under investigation. Miller was the Lieutenant of I.A. the whole time Ray Schultz framed every cop he could to deflect the DOJ, and no doubt knows where the bodies are buried. Miller reported right to Schultz, and was aware of the tampering with of cases by the City Attorney’s office, but he is right back in Internal Affairs. After this administration has been brow beaten about retaining people who were connected to the last administration, and knew about the wrongdoings, but didn’t speak out, they put this dirt doer right back into the driver’s seat. They might as well get him and Ray on the cell phone family plan.

Poor Decisions to keep crud in place has positioned this city for more decline. We told you so.

If the mayor does not remove the 5th floor and a bunch of others, when the other shoe drops, it will be one term for him. The city will lose millions more in tax payers money and the City Attorney’s office will need to be tripled. No, the last two will happen anyway.

Hiding the truth, and allowing crimes to occur, then be swept under the rug in this environment in order to avoid a publicity hit is reprehensible. It is not what we here at the Eye endorse.

Looking back at this article, it is more of the same that we have been saying since just before the DOJ came here. That is sad because nothing has changed and nobody has been punished.
That means nobody is listening and nobody is doing their job. Sad vile and enraging.

The Eye

Jul 16, 2018


It has been kind of quiet for a few months, until we found out about the recent investigatory fiascos involving misconduct, incompetence, stupidity, and malfeasance in some very high profile cases involving our children here in this city. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to APD and investigations. These circumstances are unacceptable. They are more unacceptable when they are intentional, or they are intentionally covered up.
It is worse when police department public information officers and civilian employees lie about it to the media and public. 

You do not get to make the kind of mistakes, and get protected, while you sacrifice those actually doing their jobs, and trying to make a difference. 

During our break, we have been developing intel, and verifying information provided to us. 
It is disturbing to say the least. 

There have been investigations into very high profile cases involving child abuse, and murder, MAINLY because those connected within this administration got shit on their faces, There have also been ongoing Internal investigations into misconduct concerning Albuquerque Police personnel, and Command staff. Some of these “sensitive” ones are being handled like a top secret investigation with “eyes only” people getting to know what is going on. This is because certain people are trying to protect the possibly guilty and CONNECTED. What’s more sad is that  more attention is given to events that shed a poor light on certain people, than for the right reason that those actions were just bad, and need to be righted, regardless of the fallout. This place is suffering from extreme ethics accountability issues. We are about to discuss them. 

We have brought to the attention of the past and previous administrations the jibberish told to the media by APD PIOs who try to downplay and spin shit in order to avoid scrutiny, yet it continues. A prime example is when Simon Drobik tells people that detectives don’t think they can get warrants approved for residences, when crimes happen outdoors. That is total horse shit. The more good suggestions come in the way of change, the more they are ignored. We know this, because we are CC’d on many of these. Why?!?

This is why we do what we do, and this why the guilty leave town instead of facing the music like a recent respected news correspondent. Isn’t that right you little coward PIO? The selfish bastards who think for themselves and ruin lives get to constantly avoid getting egg on their faces because everyone is afraid to hurt some feelings. Well... some feelings are really going to get hurt.

Recently Mayor Tim Keller and Chief Geier came out, and admitted that the old culture of the Albuquerque Police Department is still very much alive. We will second that, because we have evidence that it is. Nothing much has changed other than the administration wants to “appear” more transparent and honest, where as the last administration just didn’t give a fuck what you thought. This administration seems to want to act the part, and not do the part. We can tell you now that nothing much has changed and. Politics is continuing to run things and certain people can do what they want while the innocent are used to protect the guilty. 

Below is the article...


The time for politics and diplomacy is coming to an end. Some time, somewhere, someone is going to have to be forced to either eat some shit, or stand up like a man, and start doing the right thing, regardless of the effects on their little personal political parade. It is sad when the political agenda or reputation of a politician or elected official supersedes what is right. It is negligent when attempts are
made to delay the truth in order to come out of your mess smelling like a rose, or looking like the hero. A real human being owns their mistakes, addresses it, and moves forward.

Those within APD who have acted criminally like Ray Schultz, Bob Huntsman, Gorden Eden, many within the city attorney’s office, and those in political high ground offices, in places where they could aid these actors have all maintained that they never tampered with evidence, destroyed documents, tampered with witnesses, or manipulated investigations, but that is all we have seen for the last decade. All lies. Plotting a preconceived outcome then directing an investigation to their desired result is all that has been done in most high profile cases or cases where the targets are politically connected.

Every high profile case... The Martens case... the Omaree case... the serious, and deadly auto accidents involving children, APD vehicles blatantly disregarding traffic laws, and emergency vehicle regulations... the cases paid off to make them disappear, when criminal actions of those who are protected rise to attention... the high profile framing of employees to protect the brass, and throw off the DOJ like the Blume case, the Hindi case, the Grant case, and the Vigil cases... ALL OF THEM SUFFERED EGREGIOUS EXAMPLES OF DISHONESTY ON THE PARTS OF THE ASSIGNED INVESTIGATORS, DESTROYED EVIDENCE, “MISSING” EVIDENCE, LIES, MISSED DEADLINES, INTIMIDATED WITNESSES, AND PERJURY. Many of these cases have proof of conspiracy within the administration to obstruct justice. What every one of these cases suffered was the willful act to come to a preconceived conclusion, without letting the facts get in the way. In a nutshell, if those behind things want you, they will get you. If those behind things want to protect you, they will protect you. They control what facts are admitted and they continue to try to control all variables. Just one of the cases that exemplified this was the James Boyd case. Why? Because the administration didn’t want that case to go bad for those officers, and it fit exactly in line with why the DOJ claimed. Certain people can do what they want whenever they want. Perez was handed back his job with back pay without even a hearing because his attorney Luis Robles had to get his money. We all know Robles’s connection to the city of Albuquerque and state of NM... Schultz too.

The proof is in the patterns and details. APD has been consistent with disparity and logic defying reason with which they handle things. We know this. Certain individuals get away with anything, while the innocent are framed, and used to deflect from the real actions of the guilty for far less allegations or trumped up ones. Think about that every time you see someone getting in trouble. For every one getting crucified... as you try to figure out why, there are ten getting away with criminal acts on a such a disparaging level, that you can see exactly why nobody would risk their life and reputation coming here.

APD recently promoted an individual that the 10th circuit court ruled contributed to the murder of an individual, wanted for nothing other than being a mental patient on a bicycle. This mental patient was kicked off of his bike, and shocked with a Taser ten times in two minutes, at the height of when Schultz was on his crusade to cover his corruption with the bodies of cops doing their jobs. Schultz covered for his cronies or cronie’s sons, or sons in laws, whom the courts confirmed murdered individuals, he covered for people who could do for him, whom he was tight with, or who could protect him. Nothing much was mentioned about this case, because it was politically swept under the rug by Schultz, because of politics. The deceased posed no threat as per court order, but the story was spun to look like the guy attacked officers with a giant crucifix. All of it was a lie. Years later, this officer is promoted to Sargent as a political favor to the guy running for NM Inspector General. This
candidate worked for the firm who represented Schultz; the same firm partnered by Luis Robles, who gets millions in state contracts. Ironically, the state will divulge what they paid Robles, but NOT what he did for the state. They fight IPRA requests to find out. How’s that for transparency? We suggest you vote for someone else. We have been over this time and time again, but people seem to need to be reminded.


Why are we talking about all of this? It is because all of it is interconnected. None of this started last week. It has deep roots in politics and who knows who.

There are the people doing the crimes, there are the ones covering it up, and there are the politicians acting like they do not know about all of it, because they are benefitting from it. Then... there are the politicians trying to cover it up.

Now on to the gist of what we were trying to get to.

With all of the malfeasance going on, what you are seeing can be compared to the skimming of a rock across the pond. There is a lot of scum down there, and we have been in our
dogshit-proof submarine surveilling it.

Commander Garcia was transferred out of IA weeks and weeks ago for what she allegedly did. And what she did... we know. The command staff does not want it to get out. They do not want anyone knowing that it may be investigated for a fourth degree felony. They do not want anyone knowing that it goes all the way to the top. They do not want anyone knowing that it was known by top brass. They do not want anyone knowing, because it will embarrass them. This is because others they have promoted are involved. They do not want anyone to know, because it proves the DOJ verdict, that some within APD tactical can do whatever they want whenever they want and be given a free fucking pass.

So you see, APD is not a team, and the only people on their own team that are happy are those insulated from the corruption in one sort of way or another. Growing up back in the day, the filth was cut from the team. What makes APD different is that the filth are in control of things on the team. This is not pitting the good against the good. It is outing the filth in an effort to protect the good.

When you are one of the chosen ones, who can do no wrong, or you can do what you want, and know nothing will happen to you, it is easy to have an outlook like the one in the below letter, posted years ago on the Eye. It is the every day field officer, or cop who has an uphill battle every day getting shit on because their uncle is not a city counselor or their Daddy in Law is not an APD police academy classmate of the Chief that is terrified of being wrecked for doing their job, while some get protected for doing shit not even close to job related.

We were going to give Mayor Keller and Chief Geier the opportunity to produce the records in question, and the reasons for the investigation, the 5 week suspension, and possible demotion of former APD Internal Affairs Commander Jennifer Garcia, along with the reason for Commander Sullivan’s demotion, along with McDonald’s, and the possible others on the chopping block, because they said they were going to change the culture of APD.

We were, but we are tired of the same old shit, with nothing being done about the wrongful retroactive shit, so here goes.

The detective on the Marten’s case is no longer in homicide, and we are hearing others are going too. There is no more time for evasiveness. We suggest that everything be owned, and the recent tactic or culture of trying to fix things before getting caught, by delaying, omitting, lying, or being pretentious, be ended in favor of just being a man, standing up and owning it.

If they do not do it, we will continue to do it for them, and it will be embarrassing. This was a valuable opportunity to get ahead of the eight ball. We suggest it is taken advantage of. We understand that there is nobody left, and it is slim pickings as far as competent command staff, but we would rather see a skeleton crew, rather than a gang of criminals.

The public needs to be able to trust it’s public servants, and that includes elected officials. Right now, the cops don’t even trust their command staff, and most of it is because of stuff like this. They feel that the mentality is that it’s brass over troops at any cost, and it will be cops and their families lives that are destroyed, rather than an APD administrator suffering scrutiny for a mistake. God forbid someone’s ego take a hit, when we can kill a cop’s life to prevent it. What is good for the goose is good for the gander. If some expendable, low level employee, or citizen who is innocent can exploited, and smeared in the media for the benefit of politics, surely the truth can be told transparently about what is going on, concerning someone who was the commander of APD Internal Affairs. This is important, because total transparency was promised, and this will affect DOJ compliance. There is no doubt about that.

This affects DOJ compliance because our Eyes have told us that there was an alleged incident months back where a former SWAT officer was alleged to have pulled his firearm on someone in the metro court officer gun locker room. There was video of this and it was pulled by now Commander Art Sanchez who is now coincidentally in SWAT.

Our Eyes have told us that Jennifer Garcia was involved in the investigation, while at APD Internal Affairs and that there were actions taken to intentionally derail the investigatory timeline by delaying the investigation, essentially making any action against the officer unable to take place. There were allegations of back dating documents, among other changes in evidence, to make everything copacetic. We are trying to confirm even more devious details. This is very important, because it will prove along with all of the other cases that the willful directing of investigations crosses all boundaries, from criminal investigations to administrative ones. What else is there, but nothing. It will be pretty safe to say soon that most high profile, or politically motivated investigations conducted by APD have been directed to a preconceived outcome and many of those who are responsible are still around.

One example of someone who was running APD IA who was put back there after Garcia was removed is now Commander Mike Miller. Miller was Schultz’s pick as I.A. lieutenant while he was Chief and now he is back there. This tells us the administration has no viable options.

What is very troubling about the above investigation is that the officer the allegations were made against is allegedly officer Steve Arias. Our Eyes tell us Arias is a relative of city councilor Ken Sanchez. The above events are troubling on two fronts, because an investigation could prove that evidence or case material was destroyed as a political favor, or to protect someone. There is a third issue that is troubling. Garcia was recently promoted, and she is married to Eric Garcia, who is a deputy chief. He was also recently retained by this administration. Is this the reason for the tight lipped horse shit surrounding this? How far will the administration go to keep from getting egg on their faces over this, because the same one shit is getting old? It is utterly unthinkable that this administration would try to pull the same old antics to save face, because they promoted those they were warned about by all. What’s more... how far are Commander Art Sanchez’s hands into this, because we were told he and Jennifer Garcia are very very close friends.

There is one more variable that is extremely troubling and it is the possibility of a politician influencing or tampering with an investigation. There is chatter from our Eyes about this, and maybe another time. The investigation either proves or disproves and exonerates. Time will tell. If someone else is investigating this all they have to do is say that and everyone would understand. This administration either needs to learn how to handle incidents like this or they are guilty of willfully hiding it.

The amount of cases that have been affected on both sides of the fence, concerning APD in regards to falsifications and defrauding the courts is beyond belief. The last decade of actions taken criminally and administratively need to be audited now. Like we have been saying, nothing is going to improve, until you can build on solid ground. As much as you want to call it a desert, it is a swamp. A swamp of selfish filth, who see fit to comprise every thread of everyone else’s life for their own gains. Thankfully, our Eyes are good spear fishermen.

We strongly suggest the administration address this before entering the next week. All we asked for was to make things right and it’s being made worse.

There will be fairness and the wrongs will be righted. This is all we have demanded.

Gloves off.

That’s all we have to say about that.





Jul 10, 2018


Once again, in true New Mexico Patrone government fashion, we here at the Eye have been told about a scheme in the works, to land a former Albuquerque Police Department employee another employment position, by way of handing it to him.

Over a year ago, we read about how mayor Berry attempted to lock in the civilian in charge of the real time crime center with a permanent, untouchable position before he left. Well... that didn’t work.

The former employee we are talking about was Ray Schultz’s head of the APD Real Time Crime Center.
That employee, Todd Wilham, was let go by the Keller administration.

Anyone who knows this guy’s history with APD, knows his hands have been in every controversy, where employees have been railroaded over the last 15 years, among many other things. He was Schultz’s “in“ in the media, and he was in the inner circle of scum who lied, and spinned facts, like it was their hobby. He was tight with the likes of former assistant city attorney Kathryn Levy, DCOP Paul Feist, DCOP Allen Banks, and the rest of the filth who were responsible for ruining this place, and he did their dirt for them.

He caused problems in high profile cases, like the Mary Han crime scene, where he trampled the scene, among other things... to the Dear case, where he was heard talking about how officers have to be scapegoated. You can read all about him here, by just searching.

What is really disturbing, is that TJ Wilham is in the running for a position as the Director of the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government. Folks, that is like putting OJ Simpson in charge of a women’s domestic violence support group.

The problem here is that TJ Wilham used to work for the Albuquerque Journal, and the managing editor of the Journal, Karen Moses is the president of the board of the NM Foundation of Open Government.

We all know the Journal, or as we call it... the Urinal has been the propaganda arm of the corrupt within this city for years, and has carried their water religiously and devotedly.

We all know how these vile vultures of a feather flock together, and take care of each other. We know how more qualified candidates, who actually represent justice, fairness, and transparency get passed over, walked on, or sabotaged here, in order to reward the malfeasant who are politically connected, so let’s keep an eye on this, and see how it goes. We know the Journal’s twisted connection to the command staff of the previous administration, and the lies they told for them.

We here at the Eye believe we already know where this is going, but we advise all candidates for this position to keep their eyes peeled for any and all chicanery.

Some parasites just keep on parasiting.

Not on our watch!