• LFOldTimer

    I read Moxley’s story at the Weekly. I learned something new. Sheriff Sandra was Lee Baca’s executive assistant during her stint at LASO. ha. Why doesn’t that surprise me? You know, the same former Sheriff Lee Baca being prosecuted by the Feds in LA for conspiracy, obstruction of justice and making false statements to the feebies in a ….wait for it (drum roll)…. scandalous jail informant case! Now Baca is flirting w/ 20 years in the big house and his attorney is using the “Alzheimer’s defense”. I guess Baca expects a jury of 12 to believe that he was running LASO w/ a $2.5 BILLION dollar budget while he had Alzheimers. ha. Good luck with that, Chief! I wonder if Baca was able to remember which bank his direct deposit landed in every 2 weeks and his debit card pin#?

    And now we learn that Baca was Sheriff’s Sandra’s former mentor. More tangled webs. So much for higher standards.

  • Debby Bodkin

    There is only one way to describe Orange County, California’s criminal AND civil justice system when it relates to certain politically-connected parties: RICO. Where is the US Department of Justice?

    • OCservant_Leader

      You have outlined the various tactics of what Cults refer to as- “Fair Game” – their term to describe their coordinated defense against any “enemies” of the organization.

      Transparency is a threat to this organization which is funded by tax dollars.

      Any enemy of the Cult – may be “tricked, lied to, sued or destroyed”…to protect the organization/Cult.

      • Debby Bodkin

        Thank you for clarifying exactly what I was attempting to communicate. Great job!

      • Jacki Livingston

        You are on the money. It is exactly what happened to me. Bottom line, for me, is that when they resort to those tactics, they untie our hands, so we can retaliate in kind and in full…and I intend to do just that.

  • Paul Lucas

    Why haven’t any of these people been charged and put in jail?

    • LFOldTimer

      This ain’t not the same America as you remember, Paul. We’ve joined the 3rd world. The ones who enforce the law willfully violate the law with impunity. Go read the Register’s Watchdog article. There’s no accountability at the top. Oversight has vanished. America’s best days are in the rear-view mirror. Civilization is on life support. The fish rots from the head down.

    • verifiedsane

      Government officials being held accountable! It just does not happen in OC or California for that matter…What people don’t understand; is that the very ruling class that makes the rules/laws, also makes sure that those same laws don’t apply to them.

      As an example: did you know that judges in California courts have complete immunity for their conduct on the bench no matter how illegal or egregious it may be. Instead, by legislative decree the people of California receive the “Commission on Judicial Performance” (a board of political appointees) that investigates less than one percent of the complaints it receives; all the while operating in complete secrecy with virtually no over site. Not even the press can obtain information about these judicial complaints, investigations, or findings under freedom of information act request.

      Our governmental leaders have created impenetrable fire walls the shield them from disclosure and accountability to the very people they represent (citizens). So it comes as no surprise that no indictments or convictions against government servant illegal actions and the blatant corruption have not taken place.

      It is truly a very rare anomaly that any public official is held accountable by their own throughout California today. Just like with much ballyhooed banking & mortgage crisis that was held out as one corporate example of to big to be held accountable or fail; it’s works the same way with the the governmental ruling class, they are deemed to powerful to be held accountable. That is just the cold hard sad reality of our government institutions and so called leaders today in California. It unfortunately will stay that way until the governed (the people) and a free & unbiased press demand otherwise.

  • LFOldTimer

    This looks like a replay of OCSD under the leadership of Mike Carona.

    Isn’t it special that the supervisors are mute on this on-going scandal that gets worse by the day as the reputation of county government is tainted and soiled?

    Not a single derogatory word from the BoS about the incompetent OCSD management that got us into this mess. Just like with the jail escape. Friends don’t make friends assume responsibility.

    Yet they wanted to hang Judge M. Marc Kelly out to dry! Remember?

    Sandra Hutchens is teflon-coated just like Hillary Clinton. She can do no wrong in the eyes of those who are supposed to run the county and protect the county’s name.

    And what happened to all those AOCDS (Sheriff Union) spokesholes who once told us that OCSD did nothing wrong and the informant fiasco was no scandal? I don’t see them quoted in the news any more. Did they all catch chronic laryngitis?

    Is Sandra going to send them to remedial training too?

    • David Zenger

      I think it’s telling that and rather unsavory that County Counsel has anything to do with this. Hutchens should have gotten own lawyer and paid for it out oh her own budget.