Frank Carson et al side issue…….


Having attended every court date in the Carson case since November you notice some dynamics in and out of the courtroom that seemed to take on a life of its own. One of those things is a personality that has been in the courtroom apparently from day one and he is affectionately known as Mr. microphone. Mr. microphone got that name when it was revealed that he was recording conversations outside the courtrooms and reporting them to the DA.

I also believe I know exactly how he was doing it with a Bluetooth device that he wears around his neck that has ear plugs on it. I have an identical device and began playing around with it by downloading an application on my phone and seeing that it works very well.

It was also revealed in court one daythat somebody had been supplying the DA with some information in the goings-on in the gallery. Namely the DA had been told that the former mayor Carmen Sabatino had told an attorney to be present in court, when the DA was discussing this with the judge the judge had asked how she knew about this and she advised she was advised by someone in the courtroom. The only person who has been in the courtroom and talking to the DA is Mr. microphone.

Now Mr. microphone has two felony cases pending that are in excess of two years old and being continued over and over, and at my last count there was six consecutive months of continuances to simply obtain counsel, in addition there is been at least eight pretrial hearings with no trial date set. The complaint was filed on January 14 in arraignment was on March 11, 2014. One charge is felony vandalism that be in over $400, and the other was some type of theft charge from a building also a felony.

Mr. microphone spends all the breaks in the court talking to DA’s, and witnesses and investigators. In fact, he is also gotten friendly with the victim’s father. Just curious why someone is under pending charges that are serious charges like this why things are so friendly between him and the DA office.

In recent testimony by Patrick Hampton, this lowlife Hampton had mentioned someone’s name during his testimony apparently trying to make it look like he was in the know when he talked shit. The name continually threw around was Micah Disney, a man that has seen his share of inside a cell but by all appearances has turned his life around. But was in prison during the time Hampton was talking. I spent some time on the phone talking to Micah Disney and he appears to be a man living on the right side of the law mainly because the love of a good woman.

Micah sent me a screenshot today of a friend request by Mr. microphone. Now I was not the only one privy to the screenshot and have talked to a couple other people that have received it too and I believe it’s on Facebook. He thought it was kind of strange that Mr. microphone would be sending him a friend request and there’s only one reason why that would be done, so Mr. microphone could try to gain his confidence or information that could be used since he is obviously trying to keep in good graces with the DA’s office. It has become extremely obvious the DA’s office is willing to cut just about any deal available to try to get the big fish no matter what kind of case it is. In this particular case, the Frank Carson at all case, they have been making deals repeatedly with people with pending charges, pending sentences, or looking to get located or favors in prison.

I have been showing everybody how I think the recordings are being done, in fact Mr. microphone and walked around me in a circular fashion twice one day while I was on the phone which started raising my suspicions even more.

Reading and hearing about some of the other murder trials going on in Stanislaus County and you start to notice a pattern developing that there are many people getting away with a lot of crimes in the name of justice and keep going after these big fish that they keep getting beat on.

In this particular case there has been a large number of people called to testify that apparently have been getting either immunity or promises of no prosecution, as they have continually to testify about their criminal behaviors that included drug use, drug sales, home invasions, and admitting to the thefts and sales of items that were stolen from Frank Carson’s property. This all has been admitted to, and they apparently have no fear of being prosecuted. And apparently the DA’s office got a little defensive even called one of their deputy DAs to the stand to confirm that no deals have been put in place for their testimony, but then a public defender who represented most of these people took the stand and stated there was deals made that the DAs office is now not admitting to.

So this brings me back to the motives of Mr. microphone and obviously he is working hard trying to work his case off. Mr. microphone is in court every day wearing his Bluetooth around his neck and apparently has no 8 to 5 job to go to. I have no idea what his source of income is nor do I even care

Just a few observations of some of the dynamics of the strange things going on Stanislaus county these days.

I’m sure there will be more reports like this to follow

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passes away

March 11, 1936- February 13, 2016


Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead of apparent natural causes Saturday on a luxury resort in West Texas, federal officials said.

Scalia, 79, was a guest at the Cibolo Creek Ranch, a resort in the Big Bend region south of Marfa.

According to a report, Scalia arrived at the ranch on Friday and attended a private party with about 40 people. When he did not appear for breakfast, a person associated with the ranch went to his room and found a body.

Scalia for favoring religion

Chief U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia, of the Western Judicial District of Texas, was notified about the death from the U.S. Marshals Service.   

U.S. District Judge Fred Biery said he was among those notified about Scalia’s death.

“I was told it was this morning,” Biery said of Scalia’s death. “It happened on a ranch out near Marfa. As far as the details, I think it’s pretty vague right now as to how,” he said. “My reaction is it’s very unfortunate. It’s unfortunate with any death, and politically in the presidential cycle we’re in, my educated guess is nothing will happen before the next president is elected.”

The U.S. Marshal Service, the Presidio County sheriff and the FBI were involved in the investigation.

Officials with the law enforcement agencies declined to comment.

A federal official who asked not to be named said there was no evidence of foul play and it appeared that Scalia died of natural causes.

A gray Cadillac hearse pulled into the ranch Saturday afternoon and left about 5 p.m. The hearse came from Alpine Memorial Funeral Home.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott released a statement Saturday afternoon, calling Scalia a man of God, a patriot and an “unwavering defender of the written Constitution.”

“He was the solid rock who turned away so many attempts to depart from and distort the Constitution,” Abbott said. “We mourn his passing, and we pray that his successor on the Supreme Court will take his place as a champion for the written Constitution and the Rule of Law. Cecilia and I extend our deepest condolences to his family, and we will keep them in our thoughts and prayers.”

Scalia’s death has far-reaching implications for the Supreme Court and a round of major cases the justices are set to decide this summer, including Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, which challenges the university’s affirmative action policy, plus a case that contests Obama’s immigration policy and another that reexamines the meaning of “one person, one vote,” said former U.S. Rep. Charlie Gonzalez.

President Barack Obama is unlikely to successfully name a new justice to replace Scalia before his second presidential term ends, Gonzalez said, because Congress will block any appointment he tries to make.

“I don’t see that the Republican-led Senate would confirm anybody chosen by President Obama,” Gonzalez said.

Gonzalez only met Scalia once, when he spotted the justice walking in the U.S. Capital to view a Supreme Court exhibit. Gonzalez asked him how Scalia was doing; Scalia said, “Fine.”

“I prevailed in my only exchange with the Supreme Court,” Gonzalez said.

Scalia was nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan.