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Motion to Dismiss Indictment, FILED in State Police Burglary Case – Known biased Judge Timothy L. Sweeney currently slated to hear Motion

Defendant John Manis Richards who has filed two (2) Judicial Investigation Complaints against Judge Timothy L. Sweeney will ask the Judge to recuse himself from the Ritchie County Circuit Court Case which has been pending for over Three (3) years due to Official Misconduct in denying discovery in the Case (Discovery still not provided by the State). Richards will also file before November 19th, 2015 a Motion to Compel the State to produce full discovery.

Judge Timothy L. Sweeney has previously denied the Defendant, John M. Richards the right to be heard on timely filed Motion(s) in the Circuit Court of Ritchie County, West Virginia. The previous malicious intent denials of Due Process by Judge Sweeney have occurred in case 13-F-7, where the Defendant was charged with assisting two other individuals with allegedly burglarizing the West Virginia State Police Headquarters in Harrisville.

The Defendant was incarcerated for Six (6) months pursuant to ramifications of the false charges lodged against him by Rogue Officials in Ritchie County.

During the Defendant’s six months of incarceration he had the luck of having the Honorable Judge/Justice Larry V. Starcher who was acting as Judge with Senior Status held a full and complete evidentiary hearing on the false charges lodged against the Defendant by the Rogue State Police Officers working out of the Corruption Den at the Harrisville State Police Office.

Judge Starcher with well over 30 years acting as a Judge in West Virginia vigilantly examined evidence and thoroughly questioned the WV State Trooper, Jason L. Brewer, who investigated and obtained the alleged confession/statement from State Witness Mr. William Willis Estep II. After listening to Trooper Jason L. Brewer, Judge Starcher was not convinced the defendant committed the alleged offenses and denied any further incarceration of the Defendant by stating:

“This Judge has not been convinced by a clear and convincing preponderance of the evidence that the defendant committed the alleged offenses.”  – – Judge Larry V. Starcher

There has been criminal misconduct/evidence uncovered in Ritchie County grand jury transcripts that two West Virginia State Troopers from the Harrisville State Police Headquarter, Corporal Jason L. Brewer and Sargent Clinton Edward Boring have committed criminal perjury (lied) while presenting testimony and fabricated evidence to gain wrongful indictments in the Court of Judge Timothy L. Sweeney in the Circuit Court of Ritchie County, West Virginia. Judge Sweeney is a new Judge who was appointed as Judge by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to fill the vacancy in the 3rd Judicial Circuit after Judge Robert Holland passed away.

The Defendant argues that the record will reflect that Judge Sweeney is partial to allowing Mr. Steven A. Jones (Ritchie County Prosecuting Attorney) to knowingly and willingly submit false statements to the Court with no reprisals. Transcripts of the proceeding conducted in the Ritchie County Circuit Court on November 18, 2013 will reveal the Prosecutor presented false information to the Court where Prosecutor Jones stated that Mr. David Carl Wine had been charged with a Firearms violation after being released on Bond in his Ritchie County Court Case. However, this was simply not true but Judge Sweeney without further information or records of fact Ruled to Revoke Mr. David Carl Wines Bond and further Ordered Mr. Wine remanded to the Regional Jail. Prosecutor Jones is a veteran Prosecutor and is well rehearsed in pulling the wool over the eyes of Judge Sweeney who lacks experience as Judge and also lacks personal responsibility of upholding the integrity of the judiciary.

Furthermore, Judge Sweeney showed [His] Court was again PARTIAL to allowing Prosecutor Jones to knowingly and willingly submit false statements to the Court without consequences. At the November 18, 2013 hearing, the Prosecutor as little as Four (4) hours later after presenting the False information about Mr. Wine allegedly being charged with a Firearms violation, Prosecutor Jones verbally declared to Judge Sweeney that he may Motion the Court to revoke the Defendant’s Bond in the case, stating the Defendant John M. Richards had committed additional crimes since his release on Bond in the case. The Court at that time in the proceedings, did state something to the fact, that the information Prosecutor Jones presented regarding the Defendant having committed additional crimes since his release on Bond in the case was believed by the Court to be incorrect. Even with Judge Sweeney stating on record that the information was incorrect, still failed to abolish Prosecutor Jones for the false or misleading statements to the Court.

Transcripts of the proceeding conducted in the Ritchie County Circuit Court grand jury proceeding in State vs. David Peter Weekley and State vs. John Manis Richards gives evidence of Criminal Misconduct on the part of both Troopers Brewer and Boring.

Judge Timothy L. Sweeney although being accused of continually covering up the criminal misconduct of Prosecutor, Steven A. Jones and WV Troopers, J. L. Brewer and C. E. Boring, currently has before him for his personal consideration and Ruling a Motion to Dismiss Indictment of John M. Richards where the indictment was procured by prosecutorial misconduct along with the deliberate perjury and or other misleading testimony to the grand jury by Trooper, Clinton Edward Boring that prejudiced the grand jury’s decision to indict the Defendant. Will Richards receiving an unbiased ruling on the Motion to Dismiss Indictment? Of Course, Richards is whispered to be filing a Motion with the Supreme Court of Appeals, of West Virginia to Recuse Judge Sweeney from the case, or even perhaps filing a Writ of Prohibition, and have whichever heard prior to trial, during conference dates with the WV Supreme Court in November which said conferences are respectfully scheduled on Nov. 10th, 17th, 18th and 19th. Motions are prepared and will soon be submitted to the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Rory L. Perry II, Clerk of Court, State Capitol Rm E-317, 1900 Kanawha Blvd. East, Charleston WV 25305

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– – – 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…
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The Investigation regarding the 2012 Burglary of the Harrisville State Police Evidence Room is complete

by Ritchie County Investigation Team

The Investigation regarding the 2012 Burglary of the Harrisville State Police Evidence Room is complete: The Ritchie County Investigation Team has found beyond a shadow of a doubt that William Willis Estep II, “Billy” played Ritchie County Officials like a Fiddle and received a binding plea of probation on crimes he solely committed himself. Of course, Mr. Estep had help from Trooper Jason L. Brewer and Current Harrisville State Police Detachment Commander, C. E. Boring as both these Troopers wanted to try and include and prosecute two innocence men claiming a grand conspiracy was employed that was more then just a quick smash and grab job that Estep was known for in a multi county area.

According to information that was received from the State in the discovery process, Billy admitted to Ritchie County Authorities that he committed more than a dozen serious felony crimes throughout a multi county area.

Kim Jacobs, Billy’s mother-in-law was mad at Billy for kicking her out of his Wood County Apartment. Kim, in return rated on Billy for breaking into the Harrisville State Police Evidence Room and stealing drugs which went to support not only himself, but Brandy and Kim Jacobs drug addictions as well.

The Investigation also turned up hard evidence that Billy and the two Jacobs women had a little felony crime ring going on adjacent from Billy’s personal one man crime spree and their illegal activity left a paper trail to prove it. But, don’t worry… Billy already negotiated his plea deal which was approved by panic stricken Ritchie Officials as they were hurried with trying to cover up the wrongful arrest of Wine and Richards in the case.

But, hang on folks Billy’s plea agreement has no language stating that Billy cannot be prosecuted for criminal acts either currently known or unknown to the State of West Virginia.

Mr. Estep after being placed on Probation in this case was once again arrested for Domestic Assault, but of course Billy’s probation cannot be revoked as Billy could be sent to prison and the corrupt officials plan to cover up the wrongful arrest and misconduct is over. Of course their scheme backfired over three years ago when arresting the innocent. Ritchie County Officials have found out that William “Billy” Estep is a professional Fiddle Player not a dumb Hill-Billy as he portrayed.

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West Virginia State Police Fiddle Player Back in Jail

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The Investigation regarding the 2012 Burglary of the Harrisville State Police Evidence Room is complete: The Ritchie County Investigation Team has found beyond a shadow of a doubt that William Willis Estep II, “Billy” played Ritchie County Officials like a Fiddle and received a binding plea of probation on crimes he solely committed himself.

According to information that was received from the State in the discovery process, Billy admitted to Ritchie County Authorities that he committed more than a dozen serious felony crimes throughout a multi county area.

Kim Jacobs, Billy’s mother-in-law was mad at Billy for kicking her out of his Wood County Apartment. Kim, in return ratted on Billy for breaking into the Harrisville State Police Evidence Room and stealing drugs which went to support not only himself, but Brandy and Kim Jacobs drug addictions as well.

The Investigation also turned up hard evidence that Billy and the two Jacobs women had a little felony crime ring going on adjacent from Billy’s personal one man crime spree and their illegal activity left a paper trail to prove it. But, don’t worry… Billy already negotiated his plea deal which was approved by panic stricken Ritchie Officials as they were hurried with trying to cover up their own corruption for allegedly stealing evidence from their own evidence room.

But, hang on folks as Billy’s plea agreement has no language stating that Billy cannot be prosecuted for criminal acts either currently known or unknown to the State of West Virginia.

Billy is currently incarcerated in the Protective Custody Unit at North Central Regional Jail in Doddridge County. Billy’s Ritchie County Probation Officer filed a Motion with the Court to revoke Billy’s Ritchie County probation due to the new Domestic Battery charge and failed drug screens he recently received while on probation.

This present incarceration has caused Billy’s eyebrows to move together and he is focused. Folks who know Billy know as they are reading this article that Billy has jumped up on his Jail Bunk and is playing his Fiddle hard as Billy plans to beat the new domestic battery charge in Fayette County and has confidence that his plea agreement to provided false testimony to cover-up wrongful arrest and Official Corruption in Ritchie County Circuit Court will continued to keep him out of prison.

Steven A. Jones, Ritchie County Prosecutor cannot ask the Court to revoke Billy’s probation as Billy could be sent to prison and the corrupt officials plan to cover up the wrongful arrest and misconduct is over. Of course their scheme backfired over two years ago when arresting the innocent. Ritchie County Officials have found out that William “Billy” Estep is a professional Fiddle Player not a dumb Hill-Billy as he portrayed.

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RitchieRailRoad.com Page Views 2,728 for Sunday May 18, 2014 – – Also, Comments are now always private.

RitchieRailRoad is now in its fourth month of publication reached its highest day for page views yesterday – Sunday the 18th day of May.

RitchieRailRoad.com highest day of Page Views 2,728 recorded on Sunday, May 18, 2014 

It appears that more and more people are interested in the corruption allegedly taking place in Central WV – in Ritchie County WV and within the lower ranks of the WV State Police.

Also, for those of you who have submitted information, we thank you!

All of the Commenter’s who have submitted comments in the recent past, please note that we after a 10-7 vote have suspended the ability to comment on this site. The sole reason for the suspension being to protect commenter’s from retaliation from the powers that be. However, please keep the information rolling in by way of our comment boxes which are now always private.

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Proven Self Reported Criminal, William Willis Estep II Gets Spectacular Plea Bargain in exchange to Test-Ta-Lie in the Harrisville State Police Burglary Case.

As promised in an earlier article on the RitchieRailRoad Website we are providing the Spectacular Plea Bargain between the State of West Virginia and William Willis Estep II.

 The Ritchie County Prosecutor’s Office has released the terms of a plea agreement between the State and Mr. William Willis Estep II regarding the Harrisville State Police Detachment being allegedly burglarized back in October 2012.

Rather than us giving you folk’s written statements about the Spectacular Plea Bargain or just our thoughts on the Plea Bargain, the Ritchie County Investigation Team that has been working to uncover Judicial Corruption in Ritchie County has unanimously requested that the RitchieRailRoad Post a Digital Copy of the Plea Agreement in its entirety. Therefore, the Digital Copy of the Plea Agreement is as follows:

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Members of both the RitchieRailRoad Staff and the Ritchie County Investigation Team (17 individuals’ total) all feel the Plea Agreement signed on September 25, 2013 by Prosecutor Steven A. Jones, Attorney Jay Gerber and Defendant William Willis Estep II was executed with Malicious Intent and Bad Faith.

Mr. Estep seemed to have been caught red handed. However, upon evidence of crime being found and seized in Mr. Estep’s apartment during a police search shortly after the Harrisville State Police burglary, Mr. Estep made incriminating statements of not only the State Police Burglary but numerous other alleged self reported crimes during Two and 1/2 hours of questioning after police placed Mr. Estep in custody but prior to any Miranda warning being issued by State Police to Mr. Estep.

Video Evidence show Mr. Estep being placed in custody shortly before 10:00 p.m. and being questioned before the police documented Miranda Rights Form was signed by Mr. Estep at 12:38 a.m.

Information in the above two paragraphs is additional evidence that the Ritchie County Prosecuting Attorney has been acting with Malicious Intent and Bad Faith from the day he took over the case from ex-Ritchie County Prosecutor Judi McCullough.

Documents provided through discovery give clear evidence that Prosecutor Jones and the West Virginia State Police are acting in Bad Faith for refusing to arrest William Willis Estep for all the self reported felony crime he claims to have committed. Mr. Estep is clearly a “Blamer” who is trying to avoid facing serious ramifications for his lone criminal actions by pointing the finger at other persons who State Police want convicted.

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It is calculated from Court Documents that Mr. Estep has allegedly committed at least 15 Felony Crimes. Anyone who would possibly be facing so much time in prison even if innocent would gladly accept the Bad Faith Plea Agreement which is indeed a spectacular agreement only allowing Ritchie County Judge, Timothy L. Sweeney to sentence Mr. Estep to Probation in exchange for Test-ta-lying in the case.

Here are Six (6) Special Investigation Notes from The Ritchie County Investigation Team.

1. When Mr. Estep was first questioned by State Police during the beginning of the Search of Mr. Estep’s apartment, Mr. Estep denied knowing anything about the Break-in at the Harrisville State Police Detachment or any other crime.

2. When State Police turned up evidence of crime during the search of Mr. Estep’s apartment Mr. Estep knew his lone crime spree was over. Mr. Estep must have been feeling that he was going to jail for a long time if he did not think of something fast. At that time, State Trooper Jason L. Brewer allegedly informed Mr. Estep that he would make sure he gets out of jail on a very low bond if he would implicate Richards and Wine in the Break-In. Mr. Estep was subsequently released on a very low Bond of $15,000 considering he had previously been convicted of the Felony Offense of Burglarizing an elderly lady’s home on three separate occasions in the recent past.

3. Through investigations and review of Court Documents along with word of mouth Trooper Brewer allegedly wanted Mr. Estep to wrongfully implicate John Richards as Mr. Richards had previously worked with a Prosecutor in shedding light on misconduct committed by members of the West Virginia State Police. Two of the WV State Troopers that Mr. Richards gave information on was Trooper Doug P. Starcher and Trooper C. J. Ellyson. Both Troopers appeared to have been idolized by Trooper Jason Brewer. Trooper Ellyson while acting as Detachment commander at the Calhoun Barracks claimed he thought evidence in a criminal case was trash and threw it away. However, Richards produced evidence to the contrary to State Investigators. Richards has since been wrongfully arrested by the West Virginia State Police on numerous bogus charges all of which resulted in Richards being found not guilty by a Chief Circuit Court Judge, a Magistrate also found Mr. Richards not guilty of bogus State Police charges. Other charges were dismissed by Magistrates and even an honest Prosecutor weight in on a wrongful arrest by dismissing charges against Richards on yet further trumped up charges filed against Richards by the West Virginia State Police agency.

4. Word of mouth also seems to reveal that Trooper Jason Brewer wanted Estep to falsely implicate David Wine, just to show Richards he had the power to arrest any of his friends. It is reported that Trooper Jason Brewer caused the arrest of Mr. Wine due to suffering from the mentality of, “Because I Can”.

5. Upon Trooper Jason Brewer securing the coerced false statement from Mr. Estep, Trooper Brewer obtained arrest warrants on all three individuals. Even though there was no corroborating evidence to tie Richards or Wine to any crime and the fact that it was clear that Mr. Estep was misrepresenting the facts of his very own one man crime spree. Richards and Wine was incarcerated on a $100,000 dollar bond each. Both Richards and Wine have pleaded not guilty to all charges and have requested the false charges be dismissed or be provided with a Jury Trial at the earliest possible date.

6. The Plea Agreement posted in this article is actually the second Plea Agreement Mr. William Willis Estep II entered into. The first plea agreement which included releasing Mr. Estep on a low bond and providing him with a plea to serve very little time. However, Mr. Estep backed out on that plea to provide false testimony on Mr. Richards and Mr. Wine. Shortly thereafter the Ritchie County Prosecuting Attorney had Mr. Estep incarcerated in order to coerce and force Mr. Estep to once again be on hand to Test-Ta-Lie in the case. After, sitting in Jail for a couple of weeks, Mr. Estep once again agreed to falsely blame John and Dave if he was released from Jail.

So here you have it folks. You have Mr. William Willis Estep II who said he knew nothing about any crimes… Then claiming maybe he did know something about numerous crimes… Then being released from Jail… Then again maybe he knew nothing about any crime… Then again being placed in Jail… Then after sitting in Jail Mr. Estep’s memory came back to him and he once again knew about crime… The only thing Mr. Estep truly knows is he is a one man crime spree who is willing to provide false testimony as directed by Rogue Ritchie County Officials in order to try and save his neck.

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Ritchie County Prosecutor willfully and maliciously exercised Bad Faith in the Harrisville State Police Burglary Sham.

Core Members of the Ritchie County Corruption Investigation Team reserved a section of the Outback® Steak House in Bridgeport, WV to conduct their bi-weekly meeting on April 25, 2014.

A somewhat heated topic of discussion lead to a motion by several members to have a Staff Writer for the RitchieRailRoad website to prepared an article on Ritchie County Prosecutor misconduct regarding the West Virginia State Police Burglary Case.

Just today a draft of the article was electronically distributed to all core members for their review and input. The article will be published right here on the RitchieRailRoad and other area Truth Blogs which will further inform the public of the wrongful arrest brought about by a Prosecutor who was willfully and maliciously exercising Bad Faith the Case.

Also, our allies have secured additional evidence concerning Malicious Intent by the Prosecutor’s Office in the form of a Plea Agreement between the State and Mr. William Willis Estep II for his agreement to test-ta-lie in the State Police Burglary Case. Mr. Estep is not a RAT nor a Truthful Informant, but rather Mr. William Willis Estep II is a “Blamer” that’s right, Mr. Estep relieved himself of over a dozen Felony Charges by Blaming/Claiming and Agreeing to test-ta-lie in the State Police Burglary Case. Read the spectacular plea agreement which will be posted this Sunday evening, April 27, 2014.

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