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SMC Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez vs. San Mateo County

Filed this week.

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATION, 42USC1983.

JUAN PABLO LOPEZ,

Plaintiff

vs.

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, JORDAN BOYD, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY, and as an individual; ANDY ARMANDO, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY, and as an individual; WILLIAM MASSEY, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY, and as an individual, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES, CITY OF TORRANCE, and DOES 1 to 50 inclusive.

First Cause of Action: Conspiracy to Violate Plaintiff's Civil Rights, As to all defendants.

Second Cause of Action: Violation Right of Privacy,

Violation of the security and privacy of plaintiff's personal property and home under the fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution [42 U.S.C. 1983], and the State of California, Article 1 Sec 13. As to all Defendants

Third Cause of Action: Violation of Plaintiff's Due Process and Rights of Equal Access to Justice, As to all defendants.

Fourth Cause of Action: DEFAMATION/SLANDER AS TO Defendant Massey


Comments

complete filing,

Web Link


Thanks for keeping us posted.


Does anybody think a San Mateo County Sworn Sheriff Deputy suing the County for

$30,350,000.00 is Newsworthy? The Half Moon Bay Review doesn't.


Making San Mateo County Safer,

Transparency and Information sharing is very Important.

It has been 7 days since I published SMC Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez's $30,350,000.00 lawsuit. Of the seven english media publications in our county only one reporter has contacted me. Not one of the seven has mentioned one word of this lawsuit to the public.

Not Newsworthy? You be the Judge


Almanac first paper to publish the story.

Web Link


Palo Alto Daily Post is the second paper out of seven to publish a story about Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez filing a $30,350,000.00 which the Taxpayers of San Mateo County will pay for thanks to the Supervisors.

Reporter Angela Ruggiero who has known about this suit for about 2 weeks decided to write something today.

She is misleading her readers when she has a tile of Mistaken Identity, regarding Sheriff Deputy Juan Lopez drivers license number being placed on another persons ticket in the State of California's DMV Computer. She knows I personally have filed a criminal complaint about the Hacking of the State Computer with Kamala Harris the A.G., SMC District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe, SMC Sheriff Greg Munks and DMV.

This was a Criminal Act, there is NO Mistaken Identity here.

I thank the PADP for at least letting the Taxpayers know where some of their money is going to go.


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