Monday, August 24, 2015

How Far Will They Go? (Snitch Part Two)

On Friday, October 17, 2014, the largest weapons arrest in Jefferson County, NY history was made. (Click to read the full article.)

The only reason these weapons did NOT end up in the hands of drug dealers or other criminals was because of the efforts of a long-term "snitch" for the local police agencies. (This was actually the same CRI mentioned in the blog entry Snitch.)

The two "gentlemen" attempting to broker the weapons had contacted him to find them a buyer.

The snitch promptly began contacting anyone and everyone he knew in law enforcement in an attempt to set up a sting to get these "fine upstanding citizens" and the weapons off the streets.

He texted a Sheriff's deputy, but she was on the way out of the country on vacation and unable to do anything.

He called his probation officer, who initially ignored the report/request. (Interestingly enough, one of the young men arrested on the weapons charges is the nephew of that probation officer.)

He continued to contact any and every law enforcement contact he could, until finally he received a response.

But in the meantime, the two young men were getting suspicious and anxious. They told the snitch that they wanted him to prove that he was capable of doing the buy, and that he only had a few hours or they would go elsewhere.

So he borrowed $200 from a family member, bought an unloaded gun for "Mr. Big" to inspect, and put it in the locked gun safe at his house.

Before he had a chance to blink, the local task force produced the $5K for the rest of the buy and had him set up a deal. The snitch was the third man in the car, sitting in the front seat with a loaded hand gun pointed at him from the rear by one of the two arrested.

When the arrest went down, as part of his statement he informed the officers about the gun in his locked safe and he took them to retrieve it.

However, the "snitch" had unfortunately testified on behalf of his mother three and a half months earlier in the Family Court aspect of the Jon Massey Case.

As retaliation for his efforts in exposing the fraud, false allegations, and wrongful prosecution that resulted in the death of Jon Massey, the district attorney and the judge decided to "throw the book" at the snitch. In fact, they "fast-tracked" his case.

Meanwhile, the two weapons thieves are still in jail awaiting trial. And the primary witness against them? The "snitch" who is well within his rights to plead the Fifth Amendment and refuse to testify for the people responsible for ongoing harassment of his family and friends.

That could result in two high level criminals going free.

Or maybe this was the plan all along - after all, it wouldn't look good for the nephew of a probation officer to be convicted of the "largest weapons bust" in Jefferson County history. Far better to continue to harass a family to cover up a wrongful action that resulted in the death of an innocent man, as well as irreparable harm to multiple children.

It is time to stand up, speak out, and expose corruption!

1 comment:

Debbie said...

I know exactly what you are talking about. You see I just lay my beautiful 29 year old daughter to rest. She couldn't take the pain of not having her three beautiful children with her anymore, as they were fighting her for an 18 year order for them to keep her babies.
They were never abused or neglected in anyway shape or form, she had a benzo addiction and once in the blue moon my son and I would take the children if we felt she needed a break. They were taken for an accident, one accident ....and that means you loose your babies, your reason for living. What they have put her through and my whple family, which only consisted of my beautiful daughter, and amazing mother, my loving s and caring son and myself. They say they are there to inite familie, they did not try once, to do this with my daughter and lied in their affidavit by saying they tried twice but realised it just wasn't going to work.
So my beautiful, gentle soul and spirit took her own life two days after her 29th birthday 6/8/2015. My heart and soul is so broken, I don't think I can make it through the pain, the grief, the deepest sorrow I have ever felt in my life. I have applied for custody of my daughters and our little loved ones but they said they are going to fight me all the way. I know I can't win, who can win against such a corrupt department ?
NO ONE.....and what they did to me just after my daughter past is so disgusting but that is another story and believe me I will let others know what they do to their loved ones, if they pay for it. All of those out there that are not rich and cannot efford to pay for a funeral.