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Ritchie County Grand Jury

Ritchie County West Virginia Grand Jury, West Virginia State Police, Judge Timothy L. Sweeney, Steven A. Jones, Trooper Jason L. Brewer, Trooper Clinton Edward Boring, M. Paul Marteney, Carl P. Bryant, Judicial Corruption, Attorney Misconduct, WV State Police Misconduct.

Recently two Green Shirts have gotten away with lying to the Ritchie County grand jury… Criminal Perjury. It is time to take a stand against the Rogue cops. Let the stand start now. Write the US Attorney’s Office and file a complaint. Here is the address:

Correspondence to the Office may be sent to:

United States Attorney’s Office
555 4th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20530

Also, phone numbers are listed here:

U.S. Attorney’s Office – Main Line: 202-252-7566

U.S. Attorney’s Office – TTD Line: 202-514-7558

Victim Witness Assistance: 202-252-7130



Community Prosecution

1D Community Prosecution: 202-729-3718
2D Community Prosecution: 202-715-7374
3D Community Prosecution: 202-671-1892
4D Community Prosecution: 202-715-7415
5D Community Prosecution: 202-698-0145
6D Community Prosecution: 202-698-0825
7D Community Prosecution: 202-698-1452

– – – Harrisville State Police Headquarters – Den of Corruption – – –

Three years ago today, the Harrisville State Police Headquarters in Ritchie County, West Virginia was found to have been burglarized when the detachment’s secretary reported to work at 8:00 a.m. on the morning of October 31, 2012 and discovered a back office window had been removed and the building’s Evidence Room had been breached.
Two weeks after the break-in three individuals were arrested for the crime. However, there was only one man that State Police were honestly able to collect evidence on that tied the man to the crime.

That one man was a convicted felon who was a previously convicted burglar, thief, known drug addict and con-man by the name of William Willis Estep II. What helped authorities partially solve the case was Mr. Estep’s mother-in-law, Kim Jacobs who is reported as being Mr. Estep accomplice in numerous crimes, were sharing the drugs that were reported as missing from the Harrisville State Police Evidence Room. However, the large amount of hard drugs including Meth, Bath Salts, etc. soon put the duo at each other’s throat and Mr. Estep being tweaked-out kicked Ms. Jacobs out of his Wood County apartment where they were held up since the burglary took place. Well, Ms. Jacobs did what every law abiding citizen would do after the drugs ran out and she was kicked out, and that was call the state police and report what she had knew for over two weeks, that being, Mr. Estep broke into the State Police Evidence Room.

Well, I must report that Mr. Estep gave a full confession and Mr. Estep impressed authorities by giving them information that only the perpetrator would have known. Mr. Estep did indeed give a confession, however the confession was self-serving and one that he had been contemplating since the burglary two weeks prior, he just did not know who to blame the crime on until Trooper Jason L. Brewer started questioning him and leaking bits of information that showed him that Trooper Brewer wanted John Richards and his friend David Wine charged with the crime as well.

Trooper Jason L. Brewer is the same Harrisville State Trooper that has been recently reported for committing perjury and other forms of criminal misconduct in the Ritchie County Circuit Court Case of David Peter Weekley where the original indictment in the Weekley case was dismissed pursuant to Trooper Brewer’s perjury to the grand jury. Later a Ritchie County Jury found Mr. Weekley not guilty of all charges that Trooper Brewer lodged against him.

Well, back to the he said she said BS… Mr. Estep knew Kim Jacobs could sink his butt in a jail cell for a long time, therefore, Mr. Estep did not want to place equal blame back on Ms. Jacobs and report her as his accomplice in the Harrisville State Police burglary as he knew she would give further information on other crime the two were involved with that truly had a solid paper trail of their criminal behavior, yes hard evidence not the he said, she said BS!

Trooper Jason L. Brewer was not happy with the story that one man burglarized his candy crack shack and coerced Mr. Estep to name two other individuals he wanted arrested and falsely blamed for participating in the crime. Well, I will admit Trooper Jason L. Brewer did concoct a great conspiracy in claiming that it took more than a smash and grab guy that Mr. Estep was known for in a multi county area to make the quick hit on the State Police Office.
Folks are scratching their head and are asking; how in the world did Mr. Estep and Ms. Jacobs pull the story off? It is quite simple folks, it took two Rogue Troopers to pull it off, along with one seriously twisted Prosecuting Attorney that being, Ritchie County Prosecutor, Steven A. Jones who has been removed from the case.
Of course a Magistrate was lied to which secured arrest warrants, a Ritchie County grand jury was flooded with prosecutorial misconduct and boat loads of perjury and misleading evidence was presented by a Sargent with the West Virginia State Police that prejudiced the grand jury’s decision to indict two of the innocent defendants.
More information will be released soon, of the Official Corruption in Ritchie County, West Virginia that involves bias and prejudicial actions or inactions by Judge Timothy L. Sweeney in the case…

New Prosecutor appointed in Ritchie County Circuit Court Case – “WVSP B&E Case”

The Staff would like to thank John M. Richards for allowing us to copy the following information from his Facebook page: Johnny Richards

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I tried to formulate a short Rant… I said – I tried! 😦

Although we hear and read about criminal trials, the reality is that only about 5 percent actually go to trial and the balance are resolved by plea agreements.

When pleading guilty a defendant is required to ‘allocate’ before the judge — admit the crime and furnish sufficient details to satisfy the court that he is indeed guilty of the crime he is pleading guilty to.

I see in Circuit Court cases where attorneys of defendants stipulate to information which gave a basis for the charged crime based either on the accusations put forward by the Prosecuting Attorney or information presented by police officers to a grand jury during the indictment process. Generally speaking, in most cases a defendant is acknowledging either their guilt or that there seems to be sufficient evidence to potentially prove guilt in a trial. But most of the time what is actually being elucidated is actually only probable cause, not facts. However, the defendant pleads guilty and bam he is guilty of a crime he never committed to keep from going to trial and possibly avoid facing a stiffer penalty.

That would seem to be the easy way out for some folks who are easy to coerce and lack the back bone to stand against a corrupt system that could make positive change for other good folks who are also ensnared in the unjust system. Some defendants even feel they are a hero to the corrupt system and the rogue cops who are unjustly repressing their lives when they cop to such a wrongful plea.

In some cases defendants are given what is called a ‘no contest’ plea. In a no contest plea the defendant does not admit to crime or testify to the details of a crime. But, a no contest plea is still putting the defendant in the guilty bucket.

With all I have talked about so far, I will admit that what happens most of the time is all too typical of what happens in the criminal justice system across the State Of West Virginia and elsewhere in the US. Intimidation by the prosecution and incompetence by the Defense Attorneys. The defendant, frightened, most often poor, uneducated, is advised that a trial is likely to end with a conviction and a long sentence, whereas a plea will guarantee a much shorter sentence.

Oh yes, I know that one must remember that sometimes a Defendant is indeed guilty and although he pleaded not guilty from the start, he will start to look for ways to save his butt for the crimes he committed and start to make statements and formulate his own version of how the crime took place based on evidence received from the State during the discovery process.

However, if a defendant is truly not guilty he will fight to weed the system of rogue officials who have caused the wrongful charges to progress through the system. And most of the time rogue officials will violate the Professional Code of Conduct established by all Judicial Systems in the United States as well as flat-out violate Federal and State law.

Once an innocent defendant investigates and finds where the rogue official violated the Professional Code of Conduct and files a complaint with the proper authorities the rogue official soon thereafter starts to crumble and thereafter is either unwillingly recused from the case by a Judge or motions a Judge to be recused himself. Nonetheless, the violations of the code of conduct and violations of law will continue to follow the case to the end.

Once the rogue official, (let’s say in this case was prosecutor, Steven A. Jones) and he is recused from the case. The circuit court Judge, (Timothy L. Sweeney) must request the WV Prosecutor’s Institute to appoint another prosecutor to handle the case. Once the Prosecutor’s Institute appoints another prosecutor and the case has the luck of getting a prosecutor assigned to the case with integrity and strives to scrutinize all evidence and testimony against the defendant and is only interested in accepting and presenting evidence and testimony to a jury that has creditability with solid evidence to back it up, justice will prevail in the case and the wrongfully charged will be exonerated.

Simply put, a defendant who is guilty of committing crime can and will put the blame on someone else when all evidence shows he is guilty. Therefore, the guilty defendant wants to satisfy the rogue cops and will say anything to save his butt. Back to the HERO feeling, the lying defendant –  State Witness feels he is a hero as he has rogue cops smiling and patting him on the back.

The ex-Rogue prosecutor when dishing out an extraordinary binding plea of only probation to already convicted felons charged and indicted on 5 felony charges had convinced himself and truly believed that no one understood he was buying false testimony with such extraordinary binding plea offers.

Maybe the Judge did not want to acknowledge this fact either, but the heavy penalties faced by such a felon likely weighed heavily on the decision to avoid that kind of exposure with placing false blame as desired by the Rogue few.

Is it too much to believe that once the new Prosecutor, (M. Paul Marteney) with a high ethical demeanor, integrity and backbone steps in, he will weed out BS and false assertions not only from police officers but call into question where the ex-prosecutor and police knowingly and willingly misinterpreted evidence and statements of alleged State Witnesses, not to mention the countless bouts of perjury presented to the grand jury where indictments were handed out.

An unbiased Prosecutor could prove the system of justice is real by causing several rogue officials to be arrested and charged with knowingly and willingly providing perjured testimony to the grand jury which is a felony and other crimes involved with the case.

I recognize that there is no avenue to absolute certainty because the knowledge of guilt or innocence lies with the defendant, but all involved must strive not to imprison the innocent.

A Rant to believe in… Peace Folks!