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The latest police officers, prosecutors, judges, and snitches put on blast using Cop Blaster.
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    Inmates at the Multnomah County Detention Center began waking up to watery peanut butter on their trays last year. Obviously Aramark (the company that provides the food) felt that they could improve their margins watering it down so much that it ran off the bread. Even if that bread were on a level surface a mudflow would drip off the bread onto the plate. You couldn't even think about putting two pieces of bread together because that would just squeeze the peanut butter right out. If it were not as thick as a milkshake I'd call it "peanut water." Having to eat jail food is bad enough without Aramark cutting corners. Aramark has an obligation to make sure inmates get the nutrients they need every day. That is the whole point in putting peanut butter on the menu in the first place. #aramark #multnomahcountyjail #jailfood #peanutbutter

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    This is just a partial Multnomah County Sheriff's Office staff roster containing over 160 full first and last names of MCSO deputies and other individuals that have worked for MCSO in recent years. Most of them are taken directly from the uploaded TeleStaff roster from swing shift at the Multnomah County Detention Center (MCDC) on June 28, 2017. The rest are from various documents I have. They are mostly MCDC correctional officers, but also include medical staff and administrators. The names so far are as follows: aimee conner alija sacirovic albert luong amanda sjulle ana colon andrew bandstra andrew grundmann andrew labuhn angela lee angelina platas annie hood anthony smith antonio lopezpalacios ashley russell bobbi luna bobby caston brad mullens brandon fray brandon pedro brett russell brian beardsley brian epifano bruce bledsoe carol scalpone chad sweider charles norton chip panaitescu chris hon christina barnes christopher baker christopher cole crystal gainer curt bull daniel ehrich daniel szarowski daryl hochderffer david kovachevich david shaut denise diamond douglas bloomster douglas davidson dwayne hood edward scheitlin elias fernley elizabeth kienie eric skipper erika barker erika murray evan brosseau fabiano johaun gary glaze gerald bales gretchen rosa gustavo valdorinos halcyon dodd harrison ross heather reisner ian love-jones jacob zachariasen janet bowdle james calcagno james harrington james howard james kame james powers jason lowe jeff magnuson jeffrey mcduffee jennifer paul john hall john plock john pomazi jon burnett jonelle olszewski jordan bailiff jordan bryant joy czmowski juan perada juan roldan kailey grundmann karen brooks kari kolberg keiko eguchi keith bybee kelci woodbury kelly wallace kenneth shipley kevin barlow kevin fuller kevin odil kraig anspach krista bartell kristen moore kristina ristvedt kristyn smith kurtiss morrison kyle tyson latu moala laura ballard lauren baker lequatoa padmore lia kanable lori woods lorri woods lucas mondragon luis fornos lynette gilliam lynn foss marcine stevens marco reyes marisa bell mark frazier martin jackson matthew dilger matthew ingram matthew kemp matthew lundquist matthew mitchell matthew roberts matthew tiffany melissa fedorko michael reese michael seale miriam holland molly mcdade-hood nathan bechtold nicholas carter nicholas evangeline nichole bryant nick hellman nick jarmer norma gaines paul simpson phillip hubert phillip nguyen rachel shneider raymond sullivan richard connelly richard day robert robinson rodnay schafer roger wallace ross krafve sarah benson sarah mccallum sean neely shannon spahan sharon huffstutter shawn skeels sidney watson stephen pina steve billesbach steven hartshorn steven nicholson stfan streight timothy barker timothy moore timothy strohmeyer todd shanks tom schroeder travis edner tressa kovachevich uwe pemberton wendy muth wynton cox yvonne arroyo These people really do not like it when people know their full names. They typically walk around in uniforms that display just their last name and on most documents only their first initial, last name, and dpsst number are listed. There are at times opportunities to get their full names, but those usually require legal proceedings. For instance if an inmate were to get his arm broken, falsely accused of injuring deputies, and prosecuted in federal court. In such a case, the defendant would have a legal right to know not just which deputies were accusing him, but also to know which deputies were working during that shift at that facility at that time. The inmate would also have a right to his medical records and notes written about him by deputies the entire time he was in custody.#multnomahcountyjail #staffroster #multcoso #publicinformation

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    USP Victorville secretary Sandra Carpenter was featured in the New York Times as being "among the women who work in federal prisons that try to conceal every trace of their femininity." As a former inmate at that prison I can say that she does a really good job. I mean that with every bone in my pants. Really, I am proud to say that I was absolutely 100% not attracted to her at all 100% of the time that I was there. Funny thing is, she sued the BOP for all the drama surrounding the gunner situation at Victorville and settled for some unknown amount. Gunners are inmates that jack off at their cell windows while female staff members are in view. A bunch of weirdos. As a white guy I can say with pride that my car did not tolerate that. If a white guy does that he gets beat up and can't walk the yard anymore. Gunners are usually black. I could see one of those guys now saying, "girl, I made you a star, I got you dat paper, you wouldn't be where you at now if it weren't for me."#sandracarpenter #uspvictorville #gunners #shu

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    Diana Elliott, Sandra Carpenter, and Scott Reynolds protesting immigrants outside USP Victorville last year. A lot of people were upset that ICE sent a bunch of illegal aliens to Victorville, but I was surprised to see paid babysitters protest more business. Especially when that business gives them even more excuses for not doing their jobs. As someone that was there long before all the new aliens arrived I can tell you that people did not care about doing their jobs then and I doubt that they have changed. Obviously these three ridiculous sign waving cry babies are just seizing the day hoping for more pay. If they really don't feel safe there then they should just quit or go on strike. Just make sure to leave the doors unlocked when you walk out. I just wish they cared that much about the safety of the inmates there. Reynolds' sign is the only one that might be true, "BUDGET CUTS WILL RESULT IN DEATH!!!" sounds like an excuse from PA-C Bridgitte Wolverton the next time somebody needs a band-aid.#uspvictorville #dianaelliott #sandracarpenter #scottreynolds

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    Former Exeter police officer Dan D'Amato got a man arrested in 2018 for criticizing him online after the man posted a comment on a local news website saying amont other things "This is the dirtiest most corrupt cop I have ever had the displeasure of knowing." He then began criticizng the police chief, William Shupe, for covering up for D'Amato. Thankfully the ACLU got involved and the state refused to pursue the charges. This was a good example of police abusing their power to arrest people that they know could never be proven beyond a reasonable to have violate the law. All they need to do is claim to have probably cause that a specific law was broken. In the case of a law criminalizing false statements they need only claim to have probable cause that the statement is false. The problem with this is that a cop can abuse it simply by saying that he believes a statement of opinion to be false. The result is a chilling effect on speech that prevents people from speaking out against them because they know that even if they do not break the law that they can be punished by having to fight the charge. Fighting the charge requires that they be arrested, possibly detained pre-trial, pay for a lawyer, take time off work to go to court, etc. The irony here is that I was unable to respond to the link to this story that a guy sent me on Facebook at the time because I was in jail for criticizing law enforcement in my area. In my case I was charged with a supervised release violation and then brutalized by jail guards that broke my arm. The guards accused me of assaulting them and I was prosecuted for assault resulting in bodily injury. I eventually pled to assault without bodily injury, but it was a selective prosecution. In my area similarly situated people are generally not charged federally for the same allegations. Those allegations being assault on a correctional officer by a federal inmate in a county jail resulting in minor injury in the form of fleeting pain. Of every similar case of such allegations my legal team found I was the only one prosecuted federally. The only difference was that I was speaking out against them. #dand'amato #williamshupe #selectiveprosecution #freespeech #aclu

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    On April 20, 2017 I personally observed Deputy Daniel Hilts degrade a developmentally disabled woman in the cell next to me at the Multnomah County Detention Center (MCDC). She had asked for clean clothes when Hilts responded by making fun of her speech impediment by telling her to "open your mouth when you talk" and mocking her by going "blah blah blahhhhh" repeatedly. His victim spent all day in her cell talking to herself or running around, but sometimes she sang popular music, read outloud, or screamed at imaginary people. Whatever she was doing one thing was clear, she spoke slower than most and had a severe lisp. I think she might have some dual diagnosis of schizophrenia and down syndrome or some other type of retardation. I was surprised to hear a woman in a cell in the same unit, but it was a special segregation unit. Part of the 4th floor at MCDC known as "the hole" or "the dungeon." People are put there for disciplinary reasons or for just being crazy. I was in there for refusing to get off the attorney phone before being assaulted by a different deputy. I was in cell 4E12 and she was in 4E11. I find it despicable that Deputy Hilts would treat someone like her like that in a place like that. She could not aid or assist in her own defense let alone stand up to a guard for herself.#multnomahcountyjail #mentalillness #bullies #danielhilts

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    Salem Police Officer Seth Thomas Thayres is in the Multnomah County Inverness Jail right now for a meth related crime spree a few months ago. He was first arrested in February for burglaries, thefts, and methamphetamine. He then fled the state and was tracked down by the feds in Florida where he was once a security guard at the University of South Florida. He was returned to Oregon and is now being held on a federal hold. His inmate profile can be found at http://www.mcso.us/PAID/Home/Booking/1472005. His SWIS number is 815302. Thayres is probably in a protective custody unit because despite his law enforcement training he would not stand a chance in general population. There are few things worse than being a cop in jail. People are going to want to get back at him for putting people in there. #seththomasthayres #multnomahcountyjail #junkies #theft

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    This staff roster from comes from the 2011 agreement between Multnomah County and the Multnomah County Corrections Deputy Association. Addendum C. of that agreement includes a "Seniority List" containing the first name, last name, and in many cases middle initial of 371 individuals employed by the Corrections Division at that time. Cop Blaster located it while researching a deputy that had verbally abused a developmentally disabled woman. We also found the 2018 contract, but the seniority list was replaced with a notice that one will be produced. Cop Blaster has sent the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office a public records request for that document. The following list was copied manually from the uploaded .pdf, so it may contain errors. It also contains the names of an unknown number of individuals that no longer work for MCSO. It also has the names of many individuals that still work for MCSO. The Seniority List:' Stephen D. Long Wendall B. Jackson Steven R. Eastvedt Todd E. Cross Robert L. McNabb Jobie L. Marshall Donald A. Bryant Philip J. Carson Robart A. Faulkner James G. Buckmier John B. Ezell Preston C. Dutson Michael Deluca Jerald C. Schmelling Gary M. Gamble Philip L. Lawrence Dirk E. Harris Dorthy L. Hayes Sidney E. Watson Janet E. Bowdle Kim R. Blosser-Jenkins Michael G. Richardson Clyde Bagley James A. Sawyer Douglas B. Hewitt Gerald Bales Sharon V. Huffstutter Richard M. Carleton Joy R. Czmowski Roger W. Gelvick Charles W. Morgan Kirk N. Freiermuth Kent M. Roberts Clifford D. Martin Crayton Jackson Uwe J. Pemberton Donald P. Harper Timothy J. Foster Gilson R. McIlvan David F. Kovachevich Charles R. Jensen Rick W. Wallace Troy C. Ness Shawn M. Kelley Daniel W. Hilts Darryl E. Stoffer Kent Christopher Gabriela Ylonen Jeffrey D. Smith Bruce K. Giggers Timothy M. Ingle Mark E. Pitassi Cheryl L. Ruffner Kenneth Spencer Howard D. Beeson Jeffrey S. McMahon Charles B. Lombardi Leo G. Irvan Ana M. Colon Robin T. Anderson Anthony R. Fowler James M. Hoffert Jerrold A. Bradford David G. Shields Daniel C. King Graig A. Gardner Richard J. Dewolfe Steven Al. DeJongh Kevin J. Kernan Keffer D. Jensen Matthew Dilger Jack W. Dunlap Dorene L. Willis Blaise Harkins Jerome M. Stanchfield Eva M. Fellner Rachael L. Wheeler David D. Flowers Jon Conway Bric H. Martin Guadalupe L. Delagarza Gregory D. Mansoff Nicholas T. Jarmer Douglas N. Anderson Anthony L. Watson William E. King Terence Packham Kelly L. Wallace Kris E. Spencer Eddie J. Miller Scott A. Skipper Heather L. Barton Steven R. Gilliam Leonard R. Hawkins Rodnay L. Shafer Donald W. Bailey Karen M. Canifax David D. Iverson Richard D. Anderson Robert W. Warnock Norma M. Gaines Ruth R. Miller Roderick Lightner Sr. Robert D. Holbrook Tamara Reigle Jerome S. Silver Sean L. Croft Matthew W. Mitchell Jeff D. Nystrom Linda S. Andrews Shahram Afzal Robert V. Ward Lewis J. Farrington Mark A. Bunnell Matthew C. Lundquist Brian J. Hammack Chris R. Hon James A. Howard Sherryl M. Gallagher Brian D. Anderson Dustin A. Nelson Gretchen L. Rosa James P. Brauckmiller Gary C. Bell Heather A. Harrison Jana L. McCallum Timothy R. Jones Timothy J. Stoutt Luis A. Zebede Heidi M. Nelson Eric W. Grevstad Tony A. Bryant John G. Lecarno Jr. Diana L. Bull John F. Tillinghast Joan Hess Larry D. Simpson Edward E. Scheitlin Duane E. Patton Bruce S. Bledsoe Matthew D. Roberts Sean P. Neely Luis Fornos Scott L. Fuller Brent S. Napierkowski Leon M. Hart Dwight D. Richey Blake P. Lemons Charles D. Norton Chad M. Gaidos Wayne A. Gramlich Oscar Ybarra David A. Brambora Geoffrey E. Williams Dennis J. Pedersen Dennis R. Williams Daniel R. Duam Brett A. Hampton Geoffrey E. Williams II Barbara A. Pomazi Nicole E. Morrisey O'Donnell Deborah Caton Larry L. Edmonson David P. Minato Kevin W, Fuller Marcine R. Stevens Michael V. Wroten Lynn A. Foss Laverne Lewis Ovidiu Sferle Timothy D. Strohmeyer Don D. Smith Jr. Robert P. Ghitea Kelly P. Kammerer Todd H. Taylor Richard F. Connelly Wanda L. Harrison Raun P. Forrest Martin G. Romey Jacqueline M. Stoutt Stefan A. Streight Paul E. Simpson Jr. Christopher M. Hudson Mihai Bascuti James T. Kessinger Larry D. Wenzel David W. LeBlanc Monya Escarcega Leblanc Jennifer A. Keating RandallJ. Johnson Steven R. Hartshorn Tamara S. Towers-Picton Roger P. Wallace Andrew F. Labuhn David J. Feist Jeffrey K. Chun Michael C. Fung Anthony M. Matic Mark L. Wiesner StevenD. Huisman Jason E. Vetter Mark B. Rose Gordon G. Glasser Kristin M. Moore John E. Plock Tamara L. Levi Sieveke Chad D. Sweider William M. Maxwell Brian M. Flanagan Richard J. Day Joseph D. Sullivan Anthony E. Smith Darin F. Degnath Eric T. Logue Lisett K. Gleason Phillip A. Hubert III Robert J. Haney Erron J. Viuhkola Bobby J. Caston Timothy J. Milashouskas Miriam M. Holland Noel S. Pol Mark D. Frazier Brian M. Branch John J. Cockerham Travis J. Wilson Daryl C. Hochderffer Timothy L. Bunker Cory M. Gillas Todd M. Byron James B. Lake James F. Harrington Tim Barker Gregory M. Seleen Tong Cha Brian J. Hawkins Steven A. Marcarelli John A. Lenzi William A. Taylor Kerri L. Watts Melissa B. Regerhr Doug W. McGraw David B. Thompson Daniel C. Brown Scott J. Aljets John W. Hall Steven C. Nicholson James R. Kame John W. Pomazi Michael A. Williams Daniel J. Record Deborah L. Caston Timothy L. Waggoner Edward R. Peake Wynton W. Cox Richard A. Hathaway III Judith E. Hoffman Shawn J. Seals Gary I. Hicks Eric S. Fernandes Robert E. Griffith Joseph M. Wacker Jan M. Young Jr. Heidi M. Balmaceda Brad L. Mullens Tim E. Robinson Jon M. Alfano Michael A. Teed Nathan G. Bechtold Keith J. Fisher Michael E. Paden Dennis O. Quist Lorene Ann Fallon Christopher A. Cole David W. Patchett Daniel A. Pate Kraig S. Anspach John M. Vanhoute Curt B. Bull Brian E. Easton Lydia R. Simpson Thomas A. Hollenbeck Matthew P. Ingram Phillip D. Carella Jeffrey A. Magnuson Denise R. Diamond Steven P. Billesbach Steven Meyer Joshua J. Jepson Dean D. Large Devin D. Hardy Gregory R. Lewis Gary D. Glaze Jackie L. Johnson Annette R. Adams Michael W. Veley Raymond J. Sevilla Timothy B. Harrell Martin R. McElhaney Jr. Israel Chinn James P. Powers Kari R. Kolberg Amie C. Banta Brandon S. White Jason T. McClure Josh P. Pomeroy Steve C. Harris (Cole) Brett S. Russell Bret Michael King Andrew Al. Schneider Chistopher G. Monahan Danniel P. McEuen Erich Perking Stephen W. Blackburn Jeffrey W. McDuffee Michael A. Wood Jason A. Lowe William S. Hong Dawna Metcalf Philip B. Farrell Harland D. McWatters Wendy D. Muth Brian F. Parks Ross A. MAcDonald Scott F. Hoffman Joseph F. Phillips Jeffrey C. Haner Timothy A. Turney Curtis Sanders Charles Brasesco Matthew Berray Randall Metscher Sarah McCallum Collin Babcock Thomas Laverne Nelu Taut Brandon Pedre Diana Jackson Angela McCafferty Richard Dukes Robert Crumpton Stephen Reardon John Mullens Tom Schroeder Douglas Davidson Frank Newsome IV Christopher Brosseau Phillip Nguyen Mindy De Armond Robert King Jr. Ronald Miller Andrew Bandstra LaRae Ross Nicholas Carter Alice Blair Ryan Garrick Jordan Bryant Sterling Mullins Michael D. Allen Jonelle M. Olszewski Brian W. Epifano Jennifer A. Valenti Juan M. Roland Wesley I. Villagomez Joshua D. Azevedo Ryan J. Fitch Kristopher H. Mickelsen Ashley A. Edblad Dmitriy Y. Lisichenko Kailey A. Perini Jacob J. Zachariasen#multnomahcountyjail #staffroster #publicinformation #multcoso

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    As Deputy Lopez-Mendoza assisted with medication rounds in 4E at the Multnomah County Detention Center (MCDC) on April 23, 2017 at around 8:30 PM he looked at me and asked "what is that written on your jumpsuit?" to which I answered "COPBlaster.com" and he said "COCK Blaster!" I froze and took my medication wondering if he really just said what I thought he said. Then as he went out the door, the medical technician turned to him and said "that is a whole different website" to which I responded "very funny." I did some searches for deputies in Portland, Oregon, or Multnomah County named Lopez-Mendoza and found next to nothing. I did however find a testimonial on a Portland State University website by an Ivan Lopez-Mendoza that graduated from PSU and is now a MCSO deputy. The paragraph about him reads as follows: "Portland State University, Mendoza is now a deputy with the Multnomah County Sherriff’s Office. He credits part of his success to I Have a Dream. 'Life would have been much harder without Dreamers because I come from a Spanish-only-speaking family,' he says. 'My parents did not graduate from high school, so could only provide me with moral support.'" He is also listed on a PSU alumni page as now working in law enforcement. I believe after reading this information that the full name of the "COCKBlaster" deputy is in fact Ivan Lopez-Mendoza. This Ivan Lopez-Mendoza is about the same age and is the only online reference I could find to any deputies with that last name at MCSO. In closing, I actually laughed my butt off and I'm just posting this because I thought his joke was really funny.#cockblaster #ivanlopezmendoza #multnomahcountyjail

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    Richard P. Donogue, the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York refuses to charge NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo for the murder of Eric Gardner. Gardner became famous in death five years ago when his murder was caught on tape by a member of New York CopWatch (Ramsey Orta). Some of Gardner's last words were "I can't breathe." The video footage sparked the anti-police brutality "I can't breathe" movement. It is always shocking to see cops caught on film using excessive force and still not being held accountable. Personally, it is a blow to my hopes that my police brutality lawsuit will be successful. I have to rely on medical experts because I have no tape. While incarcerated I noticed that correctional officers became to view "I can't breathe as a joke." Whenever they make it hard for an inmate to breathe and he says, "I can't breathe" they just say "yea right" or "if you could not breathe you could not talk."#richarddonoghue #danielpantaleo #ericgardner #murder