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Sheriff’s Resignation: the Real Reason? #VB126

January 8, 201412 Comments

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LASD Lt. Patrick Gomez (ret.) Gomez questions where the large amounts of money seized from drug dealers have gone, stating that account balances in the Narcotics Asset Forfeiture Fund show it’s not there. He charges Baca with encouraging unethical and alleged criminal behavior for Baca’s strict policy specifying seized money can’t be counted at time of seizure. Gomez notes that Sheriff Sherman Block instituted a policy of having seizure money counted immediately to establish a chain of command, after 10 deputies were indicted for taking money for personal use. Baca changed that policy in 2009, and Gomez wants to know why. He asks where the money is, who took it, and believes it’s been diverted higher up the food chain, perhaps even to Sheriff Baca.

 

 

12 comments to “Sheriff’s Resignation: the Real Reason? #VB126”

  1. […] According to LA Sheriff Deputy, Lt. Patrick Gomez (retired), alleges that the large amounts of money seized from drug dealers have gone missing. Gomez  states that the account balances in the […]

  2. […] According to LA Sheriff Deputy, Lt. Patrick Gomez (retired), he alleges that the large amounts of money seized from drug dealers have gone missing. Gomez states that the account balances in the […]

  3. Bonnie | January 9, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    Gee as if I am shocked! NOT!
    This is happening all over the country maybe not with drugs but the U.S. is filled with corruption!
    The United States as we knew it is over due to all the corruption.
    I have never been so ashamed of our leaders. They are embarrassing.

  4. […] According to LA Sheriff Deputy, Lt. Patrick Gomez (retired), he alleges that the large amounts of money seized from drug dealers have gone missing. Gomez states that the account balances in the […]

  5. Victoria Warrior | January 10, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    You can bet if it were you or me stealing the funds, we would be prosecuted to the fullest extent and put in jail so yes! Its called equal protection under the law. However these government entities should get double the punishment simply because they hold a position in the public trust and should be held to a higher standard.

  6. […] Sheriff’s Resignation: the Real Reason? […]

  7. Gordon Martines | January 12, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    To my fellow bloggers,
    I am glad that L.A. is cleaning out the corruption and causing corrupted officials to step down. My only wish is if this would just happen in Las Vegas, Nevada, too. We are all just so tired of of the greed, avarice, political corruption and lately the resurfacing of several Murders associated with our police department, that a complete purge is necessary. We have a Federal Complaint in the works as of January 2011 that addresses these concerns (Gordon Martines vs LVMPD, Sheriff Douglas Gillespie, et al). Let us all hope that the same Federal legal process proceeds forward and cleans out this infectious trash that has brought us all down. Just an old cop reflecting,

    Gordon Martines………..clarkcountysheriff2014.com

  8. [email protected] | January 12, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    Corruption….. too bad a “sting” could not have been put in place by the FBI in order to obtain first hand evidence of any theft. Any forensic accounting at this point may be limited by what, if any records actually exist. Without an independent count in the field, there may not be anything for forensic accountants too look at that would give rise to a discrepancy should money be taken before it has been “inventoried” for banking and bookkeeping….

  9. dan cooper | January 15, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    Cops steal, Cops kill and judges take bribes.

  10. […] account balances in the Narcotics Asset Forfeiture Fund show it's not there. Watch the 1-minute preview video here  in a Full Disclosure Network ® Exclusive Investigative Report. Gomez charges L. A. County […]

  11. Nicole | April 8, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts about LASD. Regards

  12. [email protected] | April 23, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    they should be REQUIRED to take a statement from the person whom they are unconstitutionally seizing the money from and enter it into record as a statement (but not necessarily a record of fact) making it easier to spot obvious discrepancies… and it would be EASY to install a bill counter in every squad car…

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