Is Steven A. Jones going to Cover-Up or Clean-Up Official Corruption in Ritchie Co.

by Anonymousanonymous1

The West Virginia State Police Organization has a lot of outstanding Police Officers who are loaded with professionalism and integrity. However, when an organization as large as the WVSP is forced to allow unfit officers to slither through the screening process due to a low turnout of applicants the Organization suffers as well as the Public. State Government need to greatly improve the salary and benefits of the Men and Women who are the backbone of Law Enforcement (The West Virginia State Trooper.)

In late 2012 a few Rogue State Police Officers undermined the criminal justice system while supposedly cooperating with ex- Ritchie County Prosecutor, Judith A. McCullough. It seems those State Troopers along with Judith McCullough have no integrity and no evident shred of public contrition for their purported criminal conduct in the 2012 Harrisville State Police Burglary Case.

Although, self-reported criminal and State witness, William Willis Estep II was caught on State Police Security Video physically driving up and stopping within feet of the front entrance of the Harrisville State Police Headquarters over an hour before power was cut at the Headquarters. It is reported that a few Rogue State Police have altered the Security Video which now only allegedly shows the vehicle Mr. Estep was operating at an earlier time in the security video driving by the Headquarters at a distance just shortly before the power was cut and the security camera went blank.

The alleged Harrisville State Police Security Video in question is reported as being altered and intentionally distorted, but State Police are now claiming they can’t even save the video to disk for review by the defendant’s attorney. This is effectively denying Defense Counsel the opportunity to have Footage of the State Police Security Video in question examined for alteration, missing segments, and to use for impeachment purposes.

It is understood that Judith A. McCullough who was acting prosecutor in 2012 during the time of the burglary of the Harrisville State Police Headquarters requested cooperation from the State Police to alter or destroy the security video as she had already released statements to State Media Outlets regarding their witness, Mr. Estep who confessed to committing the burglary of the Headquarters and who had made other irreparable or non-retractable statements.

Even though evidence clearly show Mr. Estep single-handedly committed the Burglary of the State Police Headquarters in Harrisville, Mr. Estep provided a statement with different details than was captured by the Harrisville Security Video System at the Headquarters on the night of the burglary.

Ex-prosecutor McCullough boasted that witness, William Willis Estep II gave information about the burglary “that only the perpetrator would know.” Now, since the State Police Security Video would clearly dispute Witness Estep’s Statement and possible Testimony, State Police have denied even a glimpse of any part of the Video in question, and current Prosecutor, Steven A. Jones may be stonewalling or refusing the release of the Security Video that will prove a crime ring between Rogue Officers at the Harrisville State Police Headquarters and ex-prosecutor Judith McCullough.

This case is clearly a sham which has risen to the level of Federally Protected Civil, and Constitutional Rights Violations committed by a few Rogue West Virginia State Troopers and the Ritchie County Prosecutor’s Office.

There have been several occurrences of intentionally and willfully withholding or hiding exculpatory evidence from the Defendants in the case by not only the WV State Police but ex-prosecutor Judith McCullough who is believed to have committed misconduct when trying to use the case to gain public election to the Prosecutor’s Office which she failed miserably.

Now, the current Prosecuting Attorney Mr. Steven A. Jones has been trying to catchup with evidence Trooper Jason Brewer withheld from him throughout the case. Now, it is on Prosecutor Jones to either clean-up or cover-up the alleged criminal acts committed by not only State Police involved with the case and the pervious Prosecuting Attorney, who is also believed to have assistance State Police with falsifying DNA evidence which was also falsely and wrongfully obtain from personal belongings of at least two of the Defendants in the case in order for the State Police’s own Forensic Lab to claim a DNA match with the alleged crime scene.

So yes, members of the Harrisville State Police and ex-prosecuting attorney, Judith McCullough are being look at and may face Indictment for fabricating DNA evidence as well as hiding and or destroying exculpatory case evidence.

The interesting question floating around the State is: Does the Ritchie County State Police and Judith McCullough consider their Corruption Ring Untouchable, and out of reach of Federal Indictment.

Present by: by Anonymous & The Ritchie County Investigation Team