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Rapist Suspect in Missing Teen Case in Custody

Update: Suspect in case of missing Poway girl accused of murder, rape

A suspect was arrested Sunday on preliminary charges of suspicion of murder and rape in the disappearance of Poway teen Chelsea King.

The suspect, identified as registered sex offender John Albert Gardner III, was arrested at a landmark restaurant and bar on the west side of Lake Hodges, Hernedez Hide-A-Way, on Lake Drive near Del Dios Highway at 4:30 p.m., according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

The 30-year-old resident of Lake Elsinore in Riverside County is described as being 6′2″ and 230 pounds. He has a previous conviction for lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14 years of age.

Gardner is scheduled to be arraigned at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 3, in Department 12 at San Diego Superior Court downtown.

Gardner’s mother lives in the Westwood development of San Diego near Rancho Bernardo Community Park and Lake Hodges. It’s believed he had been staying there for several days.


March 1, 2010 Posted by | Action Alert | , , , , | Leave a comment

When Cops Lie!

The cop lied to get a doctors note, and pretended to be a patient!  How typical is that!  First, the doctor isn’t suppose to give you authorization, you have to have your regular doctor, and get a doctor that will prescribe under your secondary doctors medical records.

This is a waste of tax dollars, and it almost sounds like a vendetta with the cops going after alleged “drug” users!  Marijuana is less harmful to you than pain killers or any other western type of drug doctors prescribe.  Do these cops feel impotent because they can’t do anything about Marijuana.  Maybe they need to go after all the other illegal drugs that will kill you and are addictive to use.

This is why I don’t trust San Diego cops because they lie!  They lie to get their way, they lie when they did something wrong, and know they did something wrong, so they have a pow wow with their fellow cops before doing a police report, so they can all get their story straight.

If they can’t get you on anything they will get for allegedly “disturbing the peace,” and that is a basic rule it seems.

If anyone ever had any problems, they should check their police report and see the stories transparent or if they are leaving out parts of the story that might help you in a court of law.

California – Undercover operation nets medical marijuana patients

One local veteran plans to fight the county’s murky medical marijuana laws

Wednesday, June 3, 2009 – After a four-year stint in the U.S. Navy, Eugene Davidovich started to feel anxious, restless, and suffered migraine headaches.

In 2002, at the end of the third class petty officer’s service — which garnered him 10 medals — Davidovich’s doctor prescribed him various drugs and anti-depressants.

Though the drugs treated his initial symptoms, they caused him to experience worse side effects.

Finally, the hesitant patient accepted a prescription for medical marijuana.

Now, years later, after his arrest in a sting operation conducted by the San Diego Police Department, Davidovich is navigating a complicated maze of murky medical marijuana laws that have plagued the state and San Diego County for years.

“[State medical marijuana laws] are complex,” said Jim Lange, director of San Diego State University’s Drug and Alcohol program. “There certainly is vagueness to the law, probably because it is difficult to legislate medical decisions, and [state laws are] in conflict with federal law.”

Operation Endless Summer


Conlan, an undercover agent who lied about symptoms and used a fake
I.D. to obtain a doctor’s recommendation for medical marijuana, claimed
in court documents the marijuana he bought was sold by Davidovich
for-profit, not as a part of the collective.

Picture 12Davidovich
thought he was within the scope of the law, because he asked to see
Conlan’s doctor’s recommendation before he sold him the pot. Advocates
for medical marijuana are claiming entrapment, since the undercover
agent lied to get the recommendation, but Lindberg said, “Legally, it
doesn’t qualify for entrapment. Entrapment is an inducement that will
get anyone to do the crime. The police officer was buying it for the
going rate. Medical marijuana recommendations are very easy to obtain.
There are certain doctors in town who basically if you walk through the
door will give it to you for $150.”

 [read more about the manipulation]

June 4, 2009 Posted by | Rant | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment