This just in: We’ve just confirmed the report from a reader that the Ravena News Herald just might be getting things right, even seeing the light. See the front-page report on lawsuits against the Village of Ravena, Town of Coeymans, and the Coeymans Police Department in the September 26, 2013 issue of the Ravena News Herald. Thank you, News Herald!
If You’re Working For the Village of Ravena, the Town of Coeymans, the Town of New Baltimore, or Particularly If You are Employed by the Coeymans Police Department
After Notices of Claims Have Been Served for Obstruction of Justice, Official Misconduct, Negligent Hiring and Retention, Civil Rights Violations, this is Just What the Coeymans Police Department and the Village of Ravena Needed!
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Federal Prosecutors Are Showing a Special Interest in the Federal Law called 18 USC §4, Misprision of Felony. And Recent Prosecutions Show Just How Interested, Especially When It Comes to Public Officials and Law Enforcement Personnel.Misprision of felony is defined by the federal law as:
18 USC § 4 – Misprision of Felony. Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.
In plain language misprision of felony says that anyone can be responsible for a crime committed by another person by making a contribution by his own free will. But even by not making a physical contribution or assisting in the commission of a crime, a person can commit a crime of his or her own with respect to another person’s crime. How? By standing by and not preventing the crime using the means available to him or her. Even if the crime has already been committed in someone’s absence and he/she becomes aware of the crime and does not report it to the authorities, the law holds him or her to be guilty of a breach of duty to the community and to the government, and law punishes that breach.
In other words, if you know a crime has been committed and you do not report the crime to the authorities to bring the criminal to justice, you are guilty of misprision and can be punished yourself.
Launch that investigation and examine police chief Darlington and every police officer and employee of the Coeymans Police department.
It’s essential that the town of Coeymans supervisor and town board launch an immediate internal investigation to ensure that no one in the Coeymans police department knows of criminality in the department or that no on is involved in criminality. It’s the job of the Coeymans town board members to launch that investigation and examine police chief Darlington and every police officer and employee of the department. It’s the duty of town supervisor Flach ensure that no member of the town board is an accessory or involved in an cover-up or criminality and the town board must take a careful look at the supervisor, too. The judges on the town court should be especially scrutinized for compliance with all aspects of the Judicial Law and the Code of Judicial Ethics of the New York State Unified Court System. If you don’t clean your own house, the FBI will do it for you, it seems.
This goes for the Ravena-Coeymans Central School District officers, employees, administrators, teachers. Even if there’s no felony activity, which we don’t rule out without appropriate investigation, you’re still liable if you see, hear, or know of misconduct or criminal activity and don’t report it or prevent it! We’re on to something here and we’ll use it to the max. Dr Allen McCartney needs to lauch his own internal investigations before someone else does—and you know who will.
The village of Ravena is a completely other story. The Ravena village government is so corrupt and far gone they might as well all surrender to the Sheriff. There’s absolutely no one in the Ravena village government who has the intelligence, the integrity, the ethics to point a finger at anyone else there. They’re all in the same stew. Any investigation of the village of Ravena has to come from the outside, and we don’t mean toothless audits and reports that come out of the New York State Comptroller’s office and take a year to write! We mean a SERIOUS investigation that will include audits of every aspect of Ravena mis-government.
The FBI actively pursues this law in a wide variety of cases involving private citizens, public servants and law enforcement personnel. How do you feel Coeymans or Albany would fare if the FBI were to audit their cases and disposition of cases.
Do you think that Gerald “Dirty-Hands Jerry” Deluca or DoDo cop Coeymans police chief Gregory Darlington would or could avoid a fine and/or jail time? We don’t think so. At least Dirty-Hands Jerry Deluca would probably stand a 110% of doing time. But what about the other law enforcement officers on the Coeymans Police Department or the other employees like the dispatchers or Darlington’s “confidential” secretary, Dawn LaMountain. They see and hear, don’t they? Yes, we know, their hearing and seeing tends to be a bit selective but the FBI has ways of sorting out the selectivity. Don’t you think it’s time for some digging around in the Coeymans Police Department, on the Coeymans town board? And let’s not forget our dear little gremlins in Ravena village hall, those little crooked fixtures who have been playing their dirty little games for more than 30 years at least. And the town of New Baltimore Elites Club who hold their regular meetings in the New Baltimore Town Hall, stay tuned for the revelations about that tribe.
Custody of evidence seems to be pretty shoddy there, too. What happens during all these so-called “drug raids,” even the botched up ones (almost all of them)? With the slipshod chain of custody procedures in the Coeymans Police Department it’s pretty easy for some of the whacky-weed or other stuff to avoid inventory or simply disappear. From where we’re observing it seems the fox watching the chickens!
We get regular updates from the FBI on investigations, prosecutions, and sentencing. Here’s a recent blurb on a police officer who got nabbed:
DALLAS—Brent Dickey, 42, a former officer with the Alvarado, Texas Police Department, appeared in federal court today and pleaded guilty to an Information charging one count of misprision of a felony. He faces a maximum statutory penalty of three years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine. Dickey, a resident of Burleson, Texas, will remain on bond pending sentencing, which is set for January 8, 2014, before U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade. Today’s announcement was made by U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña of the Northern District of Texas.
According to documents filed in the case, in February 2010, Dickey was assigned to the Stop The Offender Program-Special Crimes Unit (STOP-SCU), a Johnson County law enforcement task force that investigated drug crimes occurring in the county. Dickey knew that a particular individual, Person A, was unlawfully distributing anabolic steroids, and he failed to make this felony known to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, such as a federal grand jury or an FBI agent.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg. Searching the FBI site brings up dozens of cases where persons are prosecuted for having knowledge of a crime but doing nothing about it. It far more serious when it happens in public office, especially in law enforcement, and it’s apparently happening Guess where? Yup! Right under your noses.
If you want to read more about the FBI’s investigations and prosecutions of the federal misprision law click on the links below:
- For 50 Recent Investigations and Prosecutions: FBI misprision of felony 50 cases
- For Recent FBI Investigations and Prosecutions of Police and Law Enforcement Officers: FBI misprision of felony-police officers charged
We’ve got just about every crime in the book going on right here, right under your noses: Violation of protected rights, violations of civil rights, obstruction of justice, misuse of public office.
You name it, we’ll find it.
Do you think that’s why the village of Ravena and the Coeymans Police Department are so uncooperative when you ask for information? Think twice when they tell you your request is ready and check it twice because it’s likely to be a ton of paper but no information, especially if it’s coming out of the Ravena village offices or from the Coeymans Police Department.
And do you think it’s going to get any better if Ravena mayor John Bruno’s lackeys like Marty Case (sitting member of the Ravena village board) or any more relatives of Coeymans police department employees get hired to work in the Coeymans PD, or if Coeymans police chief’s good girlie friend, Michelle Maddige, gets into the Coeymans Clerk’s office? By the way, Ms Maddige hasn’t got a lick of experience or education that would qualify her for the position of town Clerk, how is it she’s even on the ballot? Most candidates for the elected office of Town Clerk have at least worked in the Clerk’s office for 5-10 years before they even think about being qualified to run! Think there’s something fishy going on? Especially after they rushed to get Maddige on the Coeymans planning board almost overnight so they could say in her candidate’s propaganda that she is on a Coeymans board, at least. That’s a pretty dirty trick, don’t you think so?
Kerry Thompson, too, would never have gotten away with what he does in Coeymans if he tried it on Craig Apple’s watch. Say, Kerry, isn’t your son one of the new Coeymans police trainees? But we’re going to do a special issue on Incest is Best in Coeymans, especially in the Coeymans PD.
Good news is that the good news is getting out there and the proof is that the incumbents and their lackeys got their arses kicked in the primaries. Thank you voters! Thank you for waking up and smelling the burnt coffee!
If these cases are brought in federal court there will be no saving them. Albany County DA has pissed off at least 3 federal judges and wouldn’t be able to save his own Black ass let alone be able to get special favors or deals for his white-trash honky tools in Coeymans.
So Coeymans police officers and employees, how long are you going to keep your mouths shut about what you see and hear in the Coeymanazi Pork Dive called the Coeymans Police Department? Are you willing to take the risk and the rap for Deluca and Darlington and their cronies?
That sort of criminal activity would be highly unlikely on Craig Apple’s, Albany County Sheriff, or Greg Sealy’s, Greene County Sheriff, nor on Terry Wilhelm’s, Greene County DA, watch. Why, because they’re pro’s who run professional teams. Unlike the Caver-in-Chief, Barak “Oreo” Obama, who was expressed to the White House by the democrats flashing the race ticket on the soul-train, or Albany County DA P. David Soares, who took the same soul-train using the same race ticket, Apple, Sealy, and Wilhelm ran and won on their merits without the backroom deals brewed in Albany by the Dem Machine.
And speaking of sheriffs. This one’s for Joan and Robert Ross of New Baltimore, NY: We hear you’ve been naughty again and the Greene County Sheriff has been trying to contact you. We know you were in town because we saw you but the sheriff’s deputy says you’re not answering your door when he came by three different times. Why is that, Joan, Robbie? Fess up and answer your door when the deputy knocks, he’s not going to give up, you know. We’re going to dedicate a special issue to Joan Ross’ addiction to this blog and her cut-and-paste emails. Seem’s Joanie is our best promoter but as usual for the wrong reasons. So, Joan and Robbie, you can run but you can’t hide. Just answer the door and take your medicine.
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