June 27, 2017 
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10/30/2014
CDAA Misconduct, Again - The Mountain Messenger

 SACRAMENTO–Our favorite villains of the prosecution, the California District Attorneys Association (CDAA), once again figures into evidence of slimy behavior, this in the current SPI case.

 

SACRAMENTO?Our favorite villains of the prosecution, the California District Attorneys Association (CDAA), once again figures into evidence of slimy behavior, this in the current SPI case. CDAA prosecutors locally pursued a murder charge against Sixteen to One Mine personnel in 2003. That case was thrown out of court by the late Judge Stanley Young.That CDAA case is regularly listed as an example of prosecutorial misconduct. The case had all the earmarks of political theater. An attempt was being made to recall Governor Gray Davis, who desperately needed the support of labor. Certainly coincidentally, CDAA began prosecuting a series of industrial accidents as criminal. They failed in every attempt.In the mine case, CDAA was found to have withheld exculpatory evidence from the Grand Jury.Early last year, CDAA was found to be holding millions of dollars in an illegal CalFire slush fund. That money should have been in the State treasury.Aware of the slush fund as it was during the prosecution of SPI for the Moonlight Fire, and knowing the CalFire slush fund would benefit from successful prosecution of the timber company, CDAA kept quiet.It?s what they do with our law.


 

  
 
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