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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

Jury Nullification – Educating Prospective Jury Members in Ritchie County, West Virginia


Laws are either written by the rulers or the representatives of the people. Those laws written by the rulers are designed to protect ruling class while keeping the people in their place. When the rulers make the laws the people are governed by men and not by the rule of legitimate laws. Under ruler’s law the rulers reserve special privileges for themselves and their allies and people are forced to comply under the threat of violence.

Our America the founders wanted to create a classless society where everyone would be treated equally under the law. They wrote a Constitution to govern the government in order to limit the potential abuse of power by government officials.

With the ratification of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, the states granted all authority not delegated to the United States in the Constitution to be retained by the states and the people. The powers granted by the people to the government of the United States were limited and defined, while the powers granted to the states were virtually unlimited and were no defined.

The people through their representatives were to be the rulers and the government was created to be their servant. The ultimate arbiter of the Constitution is the people, not the Supreme Court. In order to provide the people with the power to prevent unjust laws from being enforced the people retained the power to determine which laws are just and which ones are not.

This power is known as Jury Nullification. Members of the jury have a right to judge not only the guilt or innocence of the accused, but they also have the right to judge the law.

The purpose of the jury is to see to it that in every case justice prevails. If a law would deprive the defendant of justice, it is the right and responsibility of the jury members to acquit that individual of the charges against him.

The real judge in all cases is not the man or woman wearing the black robe, it is the members of the jury.



WV State Police Crime Lab Excepting & Producing Bogus Reports – Prosecuting Attorney Billowing Out Smoke Screen

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by Anonymous

The “ Website” is now under the control and direction of New Editor(s) who are focusing its resources and information of facts received from known and unknown allies to educate Property Owners and good folks in Ritchie County, West Virginia of transgression by Public Officials in Ritchie County.

A private analysis of alleged State Police Evidence must be reviewed which may just blow the lid off the Prosecutor’s and the State Police Corruption Ring.

This Draft Report is about who is involved with corruption within the walls of the Ritchie County Prosecutor’s Office THEN and NOW. “Then” being ex-Ritchie County Prosecutor, Judith A. McCullough who knowingly and willingly worked with the lower ranks of the West Virginia State Police, Harrisville Detachment where ex-prosecutor Judith McCullough is suspected of assisting Harrisville State Police, Troopers C. E. Boring, J. L. Brewer and C.S. Jackson with falsifying and manufacturing evidence which was at some point allegedly sent to the West Virginia State Police Crime Lab to falsely but Forensically declare a match in the October 30, 2012 State Police Burglary Case. We agree a match has been reported by the State Police Crime Lab. However, this match has been reported to us as a fabricated match. The West Virginia State Police Crime Lab is also suspected of doctoring the Date and Time of the assumed Case Submission Form (4230-10809) which again, was allegedly submitted to the WV State Police’s very own Crime Lab.

The RitchieRailRoad and the Ritchie County Investigation Team would like to provide some proven and documented facts of corruption committed by the West Virginia State Police Crime Lab, not just one instance of WV State Police Crime Lab misconduct but numerous counts of corruption, bad faith and malicious intent dealing with false and falsified reports, bogus testing and other criminal behavior committed by the WV State Police Crime Lab. Here it is:

The West Virginia State Police Crime Lab has a long record for intentionally falsifying and fabricating evidence against defendants. In recent years, a special commission convened by order of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals investigated the West Virginia State Police Crime Laboratory. As a result of this investigation, the WV State Supreme Court ruled that more than 130 cases which involved information and evidence tested by the West Virginia State Police Crime Lab was NOT credible.

The quantity and quality of documentation required by laboratory quality assurance/quality control protocols should preclude the wholesale falsification of test results. However, this is clearly the WV State Police working for the WV State Police, the Good Ole Boy System if you want to call it that.

The West Virginia State Police are alleging that their very own State Police Crime Laboratory has made a DNA Profile Match with the DNA of David Carl Wine and William Willis Estep II. State Police claim that shortly after a B&E at the Ritchie County State Police Detachment, they collected swab swipe samples from an Evidence Room Door and other items at the Harrisville State Police Detachment that was breached by the perpetrator or perpetrator(s). In the same breath, the WV State Police Crime Lab seems to be claiming that there may not be any sample left for further testing. At this point it is not clear if the entire sample has been used up or not. This effectively means Mr. Wine and Mr. Estep will be denied the opportunity to have samples tested by an independent laboratory. The only clear conclusion that can be drawn from this information is that the West Virginia State Police are using their very own forensic lab to falsify DNA evidence against Wine and Estep.

Now, at this point we must tell our readers that Mr. William Willis Estep II, nearly two weeks after the alleged crime and shortly after being questioned by State Police where Mr. Estep was allegedly coerced with a bogus DNA match by State Police and further being promised a plea where the Judge could only sentence him to probation (binding plea) Mr. Estep did sign the probation plea with the same prosecutor who denied Mr. Estep full discovery which would have provided Mr. Estep with crucial evidence which proved Mr. Estep’s statement and plea was wrongfully coerced when the State Police and the Prosecutor withheld Video Evidence that show State Police approaching Mr. Estep in a threatening manner while in custody which was shortly before Mr. Estep gave what was reported by State Police as a full non-coerced confession. Now, either the West Virginia State Police did not tell the Prosecutor, Steven A. Jones about the Video evidence or the Prosecutor, Steven A. Jones has denied full discovery to Mr. Estep. That’s right; we are all wondering what else is the State Police and the Prosecutor’s Office concealing? …Misconduct at the West Virginia State Police Crime Lab?

The Ritchie County Investigation Team believes there is new technology that will not only prove that WV State Police DNA evidence against Wine and Estep was falsified, but also, independent investigating and testing will show how the falsified evidence was created and the procedures used by State Police to fraudulently submit the bogus samples on a bogus Date to the State Police Crime Lab. Further investigation will also give evidence of whom and how many individuals conspired to falsify and fabricate evidence against at least two of the Defendant’s in State Police Burglary case.

DNA Science of the current date only requires minuscule quantities of a DNA specimen for testing. However, the West Virginia State Police Crime Lab would want one to think all specimens were used up during their in-house testing. The testing procedures used by the WV State Police Crime Lab to test the samples, most certainly should have allow the preservation of sufficient DNA for independent Laboratory testing. Yes, this is very suspect… With that said, the timing of the alleged DNA testing is also suspect, as Mr. Wine and Mr. Estep are both convicted Felons and their DNA Profile was in the State’s DNA Data Base pursuant to their previous Felony convictions. Therefore, if State Police would have discovered and collected alleged samples from the crime scene they could have simply entered the DNA collected at the supposed crime scene into the Data Base and a match would have been discovered. However, State Police only submitted samples to their very own Crime Lab only after Mr. Wine and Mr. Estep were arrested and only after both men’s home and personal belonging were searched on two separate occasions. Yes, now you can draw your own conclusion from this information on how the West Virginia State Police and their Crime Lab came up with their samples and the so-called MATCH.

During the 1980s, and 90s and even today Prosecutors across West Virginia lined up to use the WV State Police Crime Lab to wrongfully convict innocent defendants based on false testimony and fabricated test results cooked up by State Police and their State Police Crime Lab. In nearly all cases, which involved false and fabricated test results, defense attorney’s failed to consult competent scientific experts to examine alleged evidence. Mr. Wine’s attorney, Mr. Wells Dillon is set to employ scientific experts to disprove the fabricated evidence of the WV State Police and their made to order Crime Lab results.

One has to reflect on the likelihood that numerous innocent persons are presently incarcerated because of Rogue State Police and the inadequacy of some defense attorneys.

In the case at hand, technology can be used within the existing legal framework to stop the injustice being committed by the NOW Prosecuting Attorney, Mr. Steven A. Jones and the West Virginia State Police.

The Corruption Flag is flying high in Ritchie County, West Virginia as Steven A. Jones and the West Virginia State Police have already got caught in wrongdoing not to mention denying full discovery and hiding exculpatory video evidence from the Defendants.


The West Virginia State Police Arrest of Two Men In The October, 2012 Burglary Of The Harrisville State Police Detachment – A Green Shirt Sham – State Police Witness a Clever One Man Crime Spree.

The Ritchie County Prosecuting Attorney Mr. Steve A. Jones is believed to be working to Cover-up West Virginia State Police corruption. Prosecutor Jones is also believed to be assisting the West Virginia State Police, Trooper Jason L. Brewer and Criminal Defendant, Mr. William Willis Estep II to polish their fabricated story where they are claiming that two other people were involved with assisting and/or committing crimes with Mr. Estep to help support Mr. Estep’s drug habit.

Mr. Estep in one crime is reported to have broken into the State Police Detachment in Harrisville, Ritchie County, West Virginia to obtain drugs from the evidence locker. According to the Prosecutor’s Office, Mr. William Willis Estep II gave police details of crime that only the perpetrator would know.

Well Prosecutor that is right and Mr. Estep is the perpetrator that has the details of the crimes he committed, as he is the only person that committed the numerous crimes in what will prove to be Mr. Estep’s very own one man crime spree.

Felon Billy

William Willis Estep II pictured above is a One Man Crime Spree, Convicted Felon, Career Thief, Liar & Drug Addict…

The following information is another crime Mr. William Estep was arrested, charged and convicted of in the recent past. Due to the circumstances of that crime, Mr. Estep was facing 4 to 35 years in prison. However, Mr. Estep took a plea deal in which he was placed on probation. During Mr. Estep’s probation period, he violated the terms and conditions of his probation on numerous occasions with very little ramifications regarding his misconduct and law violations.

It appears that Mr. Estep was caught Red-Handed regarding the October 30th and 31st 2012 break-in at the Harrisville State Police Detachment. Although, State Police performed an illegal search and seizure on Mr. Estep’s apartment (warrantless or worthless search warrant) where State Police according to their own reports, found crow bars under Mr. Estep’s couch, drugs and drug paraphernalia throughout his apartment as well as evidence of other crimes. However, Mr. Estep when first questioned said he knew nothing about the State Police Break-in and even requested an attorney.

State Police removed Mr. Estep from his apartment placed him in custody in the Rental Facilities private Laundry Room where Surveillance Video clearly shows Mr. Estep in custody and being questioned for nearly Three (3) hours before Trooper’s C. S. Jackson and J. L. Brewer  went over D.P.S. Form 79 (Interview and Miranda Rights Form) with Mr. Estep.

Mr. Estep in Black Hoodie after State Police removed him from his apartment and placed him in custody in Private Laundry Room.

Mr. Estep in Black Hoodie after State Police removed him from his apartment and placed him in custody in Private Laundry Room.

D.P.S. Form #79 has been secured from the State by means of the Discovery process by all Defendants. This Form DPS#79 provides information that Mr. William Willis Estep II was allegedly provided a Miranda Rights Form at 12:38 a.m. on November 15, 2012 and at that time Mr. Estep allegedly gave a full confession.

Troopers Jackson and Brewer are claiming that Mr. Estep did willingly, knowingly, and intelligently waive his right to be represented by counsel during the questioning which lead to the alleged full confession.

At this point the Ritchie Rail Road and their investigation team are concerned that police reports are not adding up with known video/audio surveillance evidence.

Again, the Miranda warning and statement of confession, whether willful, under coercion or threat, according to the Troopers commenced at 12:38 a.m. on November 15, 2012. However video footage paints a much different picture, showing State Police escorting Mr. Estep into the Laundry Room before 10:00 p.m. on November 14, 2012. Thereafter, two to three Troopers stayed in the Laundry Room with Mr. Estep who was sitting on a wooden Stool in the corner. Mr. Estep was not allowed to leave to get a drink, use the restroom nor did he leave the Stool at anytime during nearly 2 and ½ hours of questioning about the State Police Break-in and other evidence of crime allegedly found in Mr. Estep’s rental unit at 820 Apt. # 1.

At the time the Troopers prepared their Reports in the case, they were indeed aware that the Laundry Room had a security camera mounted on the wall, but Mr. Estep conveniently informed the Troopers that the Camera was not connected to a recording device. However, the security system cameras around the property (three in all) one being in the Laundry Room, were motion activated. Furthermore, the cameras were part of a digital security system that recorded any audio/video activity that was detectable within a 50 foot range.

Cpl. C.A. Blevins working as an agent with PNTF and other Agents from the West Virginia State Police participated in the search of the Richards property and also participated in the search and seizure of Mr. Estep’s apartment.

On November 15, 2012, Cpl. Blevins completed an investigation report dated 11/15/2012 regarding the Breaking and Entering of the West Virginia State Police detachment and provided information on the date and time he and other agents served a search warrant on Mr. William W. Estep’s apartment.

Cpl. Blevins report listed as Detachment File Number 12R-158, corresponds with security system recordings that show the agents arrived and placed Mr. Estep in custody in the Laundry Room at 9:45 p.m. on November 14, 2012. Now, let’s remember that Troopers Jackson and Brewer provided Mr. Estep with Miranda Warning and starting attaining a statement from Mr. Estep at 12:38 a.m. on November 15, 2012.

For now, we are not going to mention anything further regarding the lengthy video recordings, or a separate audio recording which may or will dispute police testimony at some point in the case. We are waiting for Troopers to take the witness stand where they will be testifying under oath during Suppression Hearing(s) in the case. Court Rules require each side of a case to turn over (disclose) any and all evidence that is intended for use at trial in the case. However, we believe the West Virginia State Police by virtue of them being Law Enforcement Officers they are expected to tell the truth on the Witness Stand. Therefore, due to their truthfulness and being such an outstanding police organization; we will not need to disclose evidence. State Police will simply tell the truth regarding their investigation of the case. However, at any point during a Suppression Hearing or at Trial, where it has been discovered that false testimony or false facts have been presented to the Court through testimony and Defense Counsel by virtue of the false testimony has become aware of evidence that can impeach the testimony of the State Police or State Witness, Mr. William Willis Estep II, such evidence is called “Newly Discovered Evidence” and upon making Motion to the Court the newly discovered evidence can be admitted into evidence.

SP Office Harrisville WV

Proven Drug Addict/Convicted Burglar William Willis Estep II used the West Virginia State Police Detachment at 32 Ford Street, Harrisville, West Virginia 26362 (pictured above) as his very own personal Crack Shack. According to police reports obtained through discovered, State Police indicate various types of prescription and non prescription medications as well as other numerous sorts of illegal drugs are kept in the building.

Therefore, back to information concerning Mr. William Willis Estep II and his amazing story which will clearly be discredited with witness testimony and hard evidence. You see, Mr. Estep did not come up with his amazing story on his own. Mr. Estep had help from West Virginia State Police either directly or indirectly, not just with their leading questions of facts or misleading facts, but with information from State Police where they told Mr. Estep that Ms. Kim Jacobs had contacted police claiming that Mr. Estep told Kim Jacobs and her daughter Brandy Jacobs on the night of October 30, 2012 that he was “going to work” with John and Dave. Although according to Statements obtained from both women by State Police, neither Kim Jacobs nor Brandy Jacobs even after being specifically asked by the Police if they saw who Mr. Estep departed with or came back home with, both women reported during their statement not seeing Mr. Estep leave or come back with anyone on the night in question.

Both women had clearly assumed Mr. Estep was going to work with John and/or Dave as John and Dave have a shop within walking distance of Mr. Estep’s apartment where the two were working on a Tractor Transmission in their shop, where said work continued until about 1:30 a.m. on the morning of October 31, 2012. Over 5 hours of video footages was caught on the security surveillance system installed in three locations around the Rental Property, and has been secure by case attorneys.

With-out-a-doubt, Kimberly Lynn Jacobs got the ball rolling for the wrongful arrest of John Richards and David Wine. Kim Jacobs was under the false impression when she believed Mr. Estep was “going to work” with John and Dave on the evening of October 30, 2012.

According to a statement made by Kim Jacobs which was taken by F/Sgt. M. L. Oglesby of the West Virginia State Police, Mr. Estep came home early the next morning with “a bag full of drugs. He had marijuana, Meth, pills and I’m not sure what else in the bag”… According to Kim Jacobs’s daughter Brandy Louise Jacobs of which is Mr. William Willis Estep’s girlfriend, Brandy Jacobs gave a Statement which was taken by CPL. C. J. Weekley of the West Virginia State Police where Brandy Jacobs says that when Mr. Estep came home he handed her $50 and handed her “like a little bit of Pot”.

During the next week or so, the Jacobs women and Mr. Estep got strung-out on the drugs Mr. Estep was providing. The trio began fighting amongst themselves and when another apartment Tenant complained to John Richards that Kim Jacobs had threaten her, John Richards went to Mr. Estep’s apartment and verbally informed Mr. Estep that Kim Jacobs would have to leave as she was not on any contract as living there.

Mr. Estep had been working for John Richards and his Father for around 6 or 7 months bartering for a reduction in his rent. John Richards and Dave Wine were working on a garage door in front of John’s home when Mr. Estep drove in the Driveway alone and parked. John told Mr. Estep to wait a minute, and went inside his home and retrieved an Eviction Notice that he had prepared early that day for Mr. Estep. The Eviction Notice was dated November 11, 2012 and gave Mr. Estep 30 days to move out. Mr. Estep became angry and starting cussing and threw the Notice on the ground and yelled you just want Dave to have my apartment and Job. Well, that was somewhat true as John and his Father were going to hire David Wine to perform work and maintenance around the rental property and give him a cut on his rent if Dave chooses to move into an apartment. Knowing these facts Mr. Estep was eager to place false blame on John and Dave when police showed up a few days later where police basically caught Mr. Estep red-handed with evidence of his crime spree spread about in his apartment.

Notice 11-11-2012

John Richards had no choice but terminate Mr. Estep’s Rental Contract as Mr. Estep was slacking on his work responsibility and allowing three adults as well as two children to live in his One (1) bedroom apartment and Mr. Estep nor his guests were getting along with other tenants.

Mr. Estep was strung-out when he kicks his girlfriend’s mother (Kim Jacobs) out of his apartment giving her 5 minutes to get out. A few days later when Kim Jacobs came down from being high on Pills, Meth and possibly Bath Salts that Mr. Estep had been sharing with both the Jacobs women, Kim Jacobs did what any law abiding citizen would do after the drugs ran-out and after being kicked-out… On November 14, 2012, Ms. Kimberly Lynn Jacobs reported what she had known for over two weeks to the State Police, and that was the fact that Mr. William Willis Estep II burglarized the WV State Police Office in Harrisville, WV.

Mrs. Kim Jacobs informed State Police that her Daughter and her Boyfriend (William “Billy” Estep) did the crime, possibly with two other guys who she only knew by their first names of John and Dave. This simple statement by Kim Jacobs sent the bewildered soiled panties State Police on a mission to break-in-to John Richards’ home without proper “knock and announce notice”, without search warrant, and ordered Mr. Richards to the floor and further conducted a search and seizer of items without providing any property receipts for the items they seized. Matter of FACT State Police did not seize any items involving any crime or items that were associated with any crime at either Richards or the Wine property.

The Ritchie Investigation Team who are involved with this website, feel the warrantless search of the Richards’ property was unreasonable and unconstitutional, but rather was executed by Rogue Cops that were angry and wanted to “get someone” for breaking into and robbing their candy/crack shack.

So, YES the Ritchie County Prosecuting Attorney Mr. Steven A. Jones and the Ritchie County Circuit Court Judge, Timothy L. Sweeney is conspiring to cover-up West Virginia State Police Corruption in the case.

Mr. Estep while being detained by State Police in the Laundry Room had some very important time to think of his amazing story. With State Police asking Mr. Estep leading questions and leaking bits of information about what they potentially knew about the crime and Mr. Estep further learning that the State Police wanted to cheerfully and wrongfully pin the crime on John Richards and Dave Wine, Mr. Estep’s creative mind sprang into action putting together a story to get himself out of the trouble he solely caused himself.

With police actively searching Mr. Estep’s apartment and seizing numerous items involving crime, Mr. Estep must have felt the walls closing in on him which would end his personal crime spree. At that point Mr. Estep found himself moving slow but thinking fast. Mr. Estep used his quick thinking ability to vault himself in a zone several steps ahead of Troopers Brewer and Jackson. With the Troopers pressuring Mr. Estep for nearly 3 hours to wrongfully implicate Richards and Wine, Mr. Estep easily decided to provide the Troopers with a story that they indicated would reflect a very favorable light on him being released on a low bond and the way the Troopers were drooling at the mouth, and wringing their hands, a most spectacular plea deal would certainly follow.

Therefore, fifteen days after the Harrisville Detachment was burglarized, Mr. William Willis Estep II at 12:38 a.m. on November 15, 2012 provided a thoroughly-thought-out and well rehearsed False Statement. Mr. Estep provided a full confession, which made Troopers J.L. Brewer and C.S. Jackson smile like two coons in a corn

With the false statement in-hand, Trooper Brewer caused the arrest of Mr. Estep, Mr. Richards and Mr. Wine on Five (5) felony Counts each. The Troopers held up to their end of the False Statement  Scheme/promise, as Troopers arranged for Mr. Estep to be released on a $15,000 Bond shortly after his arrest. Richards and Wine had their Bond set at $100, 000 each and thereafter both posted bond in the matter. Neither Wine nor Richards gave a Statement to police.

On November 18, 2013 both Wine and Richards were subjected to misconduct (ethics violations) by the Ritchie County Prosecutors Office. Prosecutor Steven A. Jones, during a Status Hearing for Mr. David Wine made argument to Judge Sweeney to revoked Mr. Wine’s bond claiming Mr. Wine had been arrested and charged with a firearms violation since his release on bond in the case. Judge Sweeney without documentation or proof revoked Mr. Wine’s bond and jailed him in the Regional Jail. (The information about Mr. Wine being arrested on a Firearms violations was a total fabrication, yes a lie presented to Judge Sweeney by Prosecutor Jones). A few hours later on the same day, Mr. Richards showed up for a scheduled hearing and Prosecutor Jones once again made statements to Judge Sweeney claiming that he may motion the Court to have Mr. Richards’s bond revoked, further providing false statements to Judge Sweeney that Mr. Richards has been charged with additional crimes since his release on bond in the case. Again, Prosecutor Jones was making erroneous statements to Judge Sweeney.

Mr. Estep is somewhat intelligent, as he scored reasonable high on his GED test a short while back. Mr. Estep knew he was up the creek without a paddle and he also knew he needed to provide more false but believable information to police about other alleged crime to make himself worth more to Rogue Cop Jason L. Brewer.

Cpl. Brewer is believed to have been using his corrupt tactics in working toward department promotions which has secured his current position as Corporal within the ranks of the West Virginia State Police. Cpl. Brewer is believed to have coerced and encouraged Mr. Estep to continue his fabricated and false statements against John and Dave.

Information and evidence will prove Mr. Estep’s motive in providing false information to Trooper Brewer and the Ritchie Co. Prosecutor’s Office is for the purpose of gaining a favorable plea in the crimes he solely and personally committed himself while strung-out on drugs.

Current talk throughout Ritchie County places Mr. Steven Jones in the same arena as ex-Mingo County Prosecutor Michael Sparks. You can find nearly all the facts about that corruption case by performing a web search with the key words; Mingo County WV Corruption. About every article that comes up on the search will closely resemble a case right here in Ritchie County, WV and or describe similar law violations or unjust acts being committed by Ritchie County Officials. Here is part of the Michael Sparks story:

MINGO COUNTY, W.Va. — Former Mingo County Prosecutor Michael Sparks was disbarred by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. This came just days after he was charged in a corruption case and resigned from office.

Federal Prosecutors say he took part in a scheme to protect the late Mingo Sheriff Eugene Crum’s reputation by giving a drug supplier a more favorable plea deal.

The Supreme Court ruled that Sparks cannot even try to get his law license back for at least five years.

It is believed that Ritchie County Prosecutor, Steven A. Jones is involved in a corruption scheme to protect the reputation of the West Virginia State Police, specifically, Cpl. Jason L. Brewer by giving a convicted felon, William Willis Estep II a very favorable plea deal of Probation to encourage Mr. Estep to continue his false statement against Wine and Richards.

(The Plea Agreement) offered to Mr. William Willis Estep II by Prosecutor, Steven A. Jones will be provided right here on the RitchieRailRoad website in a PDF File. You can view PDFs on virtually any platform, including Windows®, Mac OS, and mobile platforms including Android™ and iOS for iPhone and iPad. Once we Post the Plea Agreement we will provide a clickable link to the Plea Document in its entirety.

Since we are, and have been speaking about Mr. Estep, here is some information about other crimes Mr. Estep committed in the recent past. Published in The Times West Virginia:

The William Willis Estep II burglary case. – – Trail of extension cords cracks case of stolen television by Ashley B. Craig; The Times West Virginian – CHARLESTON — Deputies who were investigating a woman’s stolen television followed a trail of extension cords to solve the crime. The cords led to an adjacent apartment, where the investigators recovered not just the TV but also a washing machine that had been taken several days earlier. It happened Tuesday morning when Kanawha Deputy A.R. Gordon and Cpl. B.E. Borchers were dispatched to a Lewis Street home in Chelyan to investigate a burglary complaint. Gordon arrived and spoke with Laura Stanley and her daughter Barbra Chapman. Chapman told the deputy that someone got into her mother’s home and took the television and other possessions, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha Magistrate Court. Chapman told Gordon that there were several extension cords plugged into the wall leading out of the window to an apartment behind Stanley’s home, the complaint stated. Gordon and Borchers followed the cords to the apartment and noted that they went under the front door of the home, deputies say. The deputies knocked on the door several times and were finally greeted by William Willis Estep II, of Lewis Street. Deputies say when Estep opened the door they saw the television sitting on a stand inside the home. Estep admitted that he had taken the television. The complaint stated. Estep also told the deputies that he had taken Stanley’s washing machine and had been hiding it in his basement since he entered her home through the basement side door several days earlier, according to the complaint. Estep said he’d been in the home on three separate occasions. Estep was arrested and charged with burglary.

Mr. Estep gave police details of the crime that only the perpetrator would know.

Mr. Estep was caught Red-Handed in the aforementioned crime where he burglarized an elderly women’s home on three (3) separate occasions. In that case Mr. Estep also tried reporting other individuals for committing crimes even going as far as reporting someone for false crimes. That case is very similar to the current two cases in Ritchie County where Mr. William Willis Estep has been arrested and indicted on 5 felony charges in Ritchie County, West Virginia.

This article to be continued as we are waiting for attorneys to file Motions and get dates set for a suppression hearing where very skilled case attorneys will have the opportunity to question State Police regarding case reports and other issues. Then the State Police impeachment process will begin. Also, we are obtaining Mr. Estep’s Probation Officer reports concerning Mr. Estep’s misconduct while on probation for additional crimes and evidence of Mr. Esteps serious drug addictions will be evident from numerous failed drug screen reports etc. These reports will be requested from both Wood and Kanawha County Probation Departments.

Until then, you can find other trustworthy news articles by looking on the left of this page and clicking on websites under Blog Roll.

Respectfully submitted,

Ritchie Investigation Team – along with Core Members of the RitchieRailRoad website.


Ritchie Rail Road

The “Ritchie Rail Road” will soon be bringing you FACTS and TRUTH of Judicial Corruption in Ritchie County, West Virginia.

I am a Core Member of the Ritchie County Corruption Investigation Team, a Citizens Group who investigates and reports judicial misconduct committed by Public Officials in Ritchie County, West Virginia.

The Team has already uncovered serious Ethics Violations within the wall of the Ritchie County Court House. Stay turned we will be updating the Ritchie Rail Road very soon.