There has been a lot of contact lately by people looking to fill out a recall petition for Stanislaus County district attorney Birgit Fladager. I personally am not sure of the proper way for the form to be filled out. But I have several people that are wanting to start this petition online, and otherwise and if there’s somebody that knows the proper way to get this worded please let me know and we can get people connected together that want to get this accomplished.

There is some very energetic people out there wanting to do this immediately so if we have somebody out there wanting to give a little expertise on the proper language that needs to be used please let me know and we can maybe get this started.

I can be contacted in the comment section of this article, or email me at dawgonnitdawgsblog@gmail.com.

Looking forward to hearing from people soon

Thank you,


Wazzup Dawg……..


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DOJ investigating Orange county law enforcement agencies

by Marty Carlson


Last month the Department of Justice opened an investigation into the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, that focuses on allegations that both offices systematically used jailhouse informants and enlisted incriminating statements from specific inmates who had been charged and were represented by counsel, in violation of the sixth amendment.

The investigation will also seek to determine whether the District Attorney’s Office committed violations of the 14th amendment that refers to due process rights under Brady v. Maryland. That case with the 1963 Supreme Court case, where the District Attorney’s Office had failed to disclose promises of leniency that would have substantially undermined the credibility of the informant’s trial testimony. The investigation is pursuant to the violent crime control and Law enforcement act of 1994.

Orange County district attorney Tony Rackauckas had requested that the Justice Department review his office’s informant policies and practices and has offered unfettered access to documents and personnel.

The head of the civil rights division was quoted as saying “a systematic failure to protect the right to counsel and to a fair trial makes criminal proceedings fundamentally unfair and diminishes the public’s faith in the integrity of the justice system.” They also stated the investigation will examine the facts and evidence to determine whether the District Attorney’s Office and the sheriff department engaged in a pattern or practice of violating those rights.

They also stated that they are appreciative that the District Attorney’s invitation to review office policies and practices, and the unfettered access to documents and personnel in the office.

Attorneys for the civil rights division’s special litigation section of the US attorney’s office of the Central District of California are jointly conducting this investigation.

For those of you reading the daily reports of the Frank Carson et al preliminary hearing, and for all those in court every day, you’ll see a lot of similarities and some of these Brady issues and the use of these inmates and discovery.

See Justice Department website here

For more information about the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Central District of California, please Click here 


Recently I ran an online poll to see who would be interested in getting involved in the recall effort against Stanislaus County Dist. Atty. Birgit Fladager.

The results of that poll were 19 votes were cast 18 were in favor of working on the recall effort so at this point we want to start gathering a list of people that are willing to be boots on the ground in this endeavor.

Anyone that wants to get involved in the actual workings of the recall effort mostly gathering signatures please send me an email with your contact information in it.

That email can be sent to dawgonnitdawgsblog@gmail.com.

Anyone that does not want to help in doing the grunt work understand we do need some financial backing for some expenses that will be involved in this, there will be more to come.

Please send it as soon as possible so this information can be dispersed and get the signatures gathered as needed thank you.

Any questions suggestions or comments are welcome you can send them to the above email address listed.


Florida mother arrested for alcohol and sex party with minors

by Marty Carlson

Jaimie Ayers


Five victims have come forward in a case where a 40-year-old mother was arrested for giving alcohol to minors and having sex with two teens in front of her daughter. This occurred at a party that was thrown by the mother for her daughter.

Jaimie Ayer, 40 years old, is accused of having sex with five minors at her daughter’s party in Bradenton Florida. The mother is also accused providing alcohol to the minors at the party.

The two boys she is accused of engaging in sexual activity with our 16 and 17 years old.

She faces a total of seven counts related to the incident. Apparently, partygoers that included her daughter, witness the illicit sex acts, as it occurred in the front room of the house

Ayer had returned home to her daughter’s party on December 23 and started socializing with the teenagers and that’s when she provided the alcohol. At some point, she told a boy that she needed to shower that he should come help her one of the reports said.

She was later allegedly caught by partygoers having sex with two teenage boys, and now three more boys have since come forward.

Three of the five alleged victims are age 16.

She was arrested on three counts of unlawful sexual activity and now faces an additional four charges according to the local newspapers.

The affidavit also states that her daughter witnessed the illicit activity.

Ayer appeared to be extremely drunk when she was arrested the affidavit said and her bond remained at $22,500 and she still remains in the county jail.

Where in the world were these women when I was at age, I always miss out!