NCFM Sends Public Records Act Request to Mariposa County Counsel Steve Dahlem as ABC 20/20 News Video Exposing Mariposa County Corruption Suddenly Disappears from YouTube.
“The fight for justice against corruption is never easy. It never has been and never will be. It exacts a toll on our self, our families, our friends, and especially our children. In the end, I believe, as in my case, the price we pay is well worth holding on to our dignity.
It has recently come to the attention of NCFM that an ABC News 20/20 video expose on the corruption in Mariposa County has suddenly and mysteriously disappeared from YouTube.
Just as the heat is ramping up in the case of Mariposa Rancher Jerry Cox, who has had his property seized by county officials and those working at their behest based on very suspicious circumstances, the timing of the disappearance of this video also seems highly suspicious.
As such, NCFM has sent Mariposa County Counsel Steve Dahlem a public records act request specifically asking for information of any contact with any county employee or anyone acting on their behalf and any contact with any person employed or associated with YouTube.
Well, it looks like the scrubbing of records continues in the case of Jerry Cox. First, it was the hiding and spoliation of exculpatory cell phone evidence on the cell phone of fake rape accuser Ashley Harris, the numerous failures to disclose exculpatory evidence in the manufactured criminal case, the failure to disclose information pursuant to lawful public records, the failure to disclose to Mr. Cox’s legal team the search warrant affidavit which was used to conduct a search of his ranch for alleged building and safety code violations in violation of provisions of the California Evidence Code, and now the sudden and suspicious disappearance of the ABC News 20/20 Special that went deep into the systemic corruption in Mariposa County.
We’ll see if Mr. Dahlem produces any records pursuant to our public records request, or will it be another obfuscation and double speak as to why the records can’t be released.
So, the glaring and obvious question is; what are they trying to hide?
NCFM Corruption and the disappearing 20/20 Mariposa County episode
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