COPSUCKER (LINDA TAYLOR) UPDATE PART DEUX…….

This person has tried in a very mean spirited way to discredit me and tell outright lies about me, saying things like I am part of a drug coalition out of Denver, Co. and have an interest in legalizing marijuana. There is nothing farther from the truth and in fact I am a very outspoken opponent of legalizing this drug.

She and one of her alter egos Lewis Davis were on an extreme verbal barrage around December of last year and were taking turns blocking and unblocking me to make ignorant attacks. Yes Linda and Lewis have the same address. Funny thing huh?

Recently I did an update on the person I have named the copsucker and her self-interview CLICK HERE.

Also notice the post I put up on May 19, 2015 where she is identified in a FBI report as the informant on all kinds of strange accusations made some bail bond companies and other strange goofball accusations click here.

In the first report dated 6-11-2007, 2 pages worth, she was in contact with a “friend” at the DA’s office in regards to bail bond companies who are bailing out illegal immigrants and was advised by the DA’s office to check out AJ Bail bonds for these issues. The report goes on to say she discovered that AJ’s Bail Bonds is closely connected to the DA’s office with relatives of employees. And also said there were some “whistleblowers” that were former employees.

She also said there were drug parties and one statement said that there were sexual favors and there was a room upstairs that was used as a “drug party room” and a safe that contained illegal weapons.

NOTE: No names or corroborating information was provided by her in the report.

Now remember this person claimed to not be involved in the case but it is obvious she had done an active investigation in talking to people and was receiving assistance from the DA’s office in this investigation.

Looking at page 3 of the FBI reports, it is a second interview dated 1-29-2008, it states she has spent about 3 ½ months on this and had some information about several bail bond companies, But again at the bottom of the page she again starts to go into more detail concerning AJ bail Bonds. I do not mean to gloss over the information she reported about the other Bail bonds companies but none were ever charged, to my knowledge, in regards to her statements.

According to the report she stated that she was advised by other bail agents that AJ was kidnapping and handcuffing delinquent clients to the gym equipment and forcing family members to provide cash to secure their release. If the family did not come through he would “throw the clients in jail.”

I am not an expert in the bail industry but I think that is the norm for all is to get people to pay as per their agreements they signed or they could be booked in jail if they do not.

She then named several former employees who had made some other claim of illegal activities,

David Nelson claimed they made home invasions and either sex or drugs were given as compensation for not going to jail

Miles, no last name, said there was a party room upstairs and he had illegal guns and explosives in a safe and that Modesto police would constantly party there and there was a long string of connections to the courthouse and police dept through relatives.

Sylvia Perez, another former employee stated there was information he accepted drugs as payment and would not pay employees properly and lied to the IRS.

There is an ongoing list of people who she talked to, or somehow got information from and you can read them for yourself at the above link.

On 5-7-2008 she was again interviewed by the FBI, according to the report page 6 on the above link, and had in her possession a search warrant affidavit for a drug lab that was discovered at a storage unit at a house in Riverbank.

Where would a lay person get an affidavit for a search warrant? Well the rest of the report may explain that.

Some more outrageous claims were make about leaks in law enforcement but refused to provide information on the source of the information.

The report goes on to say, on page 7, that she was working with a DA investigator by the name of Jacobson, which later became to be known as Steve Jacobson. She also said she had contact with several other FBI agents, in addition the report writer stated he felt she other Law Enforcement contacts but was not willing to reveal who they were.

The report goes on to say she wanted to “be active” in searching witness’s or victims and she was advised not to.

As a reminder these reports that she filed started an investigation which ended in charges being filed against AJ Pontillo and started a long ordeal in which almost destroyed him financially but the strain of the situation aggravated a severe condition his wife had and she had passed away one month before AJ’s prelim.

It must be also noted Steve Jacobson, the DA investigator, and Deputy DA Harris, were charged with jury tampering in the AJ trial when they were in deliberations.

My questions about this case:

Why was she given so much credibility with all the outrageous claims made?

Who was aiding her investigation in law enforcement? She admitted she was getting information from the DA’s office.

How much information was she fed and by who?

Where did she get the search warrant that she showed the agents?

Was she using tactics and means that Law Enforcement could not use to supply them with information?

Why wouldn’t she reveal her sources if there was nothing to hide?

Despite all the wild claims that were made by her, re: guns, drugs, illegal weapons, etc no charges of that type were ever filed. So obviously there was no evidence to substantiate those claims.

Just for information AJ’s attorney in the case was Frank Carson who ran a nasty campaign for DA in 2014 but lost.

Frank Carson has been arrested and currently in a preliminary hearing on a homicide trial.

I personally believe at this point there is a very overly aggressive DA’s office here in Stanislaus county, and personal vendettas tend to rate high in priority.

More to come……..

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