Website dedicated to the vindication of JOHN GARRETT SMITH and others who have been victim to corruption, violations of civil rights, false arrest, malicious prosecution, and wrongful conviction in Clark County, Vancouver, WA
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Clark County's Legacy of Wrongful Conviction Still in Full Operation
Does the City of Vancouver have specific attorneys on the payroll just to handle litigation resulting from violations of civil rights committed by Detective Sandra Aldridge? VPD Officer Sandra Aldridge continues to compound liability for the City of Vancouver, Vancouver Police Department and the citizens of our community. Her misconduct remains UNCHECKED, while City leaders pour taxpayer dollars into full time legal defense to cover liability associated with the pattern and practice of violation of civil rights that Aldridge leaves in her path. In addition to the 20+ internal affairs complaints filed against Aldridge with the Vancouver Police Department, complaints of misconduct under "Color of Law" SPECIFICALLY NAMING DETECTIVE SANDRA ALDRIDGE have been brought forth in each of the civil and criminal cases listed below over the past four years:
List of alleged violations include: Tampering with a witness, witness intimidation to include false arrest, tampering with evidenc…
January 23, 2018 Guy Bini www.voicesnetwork.org Vancouver, WA ~ A Portland man was stabbed in the abdomen with a kitchen knife by his girlfriend and is currently being held in the Clark County Jail on $100,000 bail. According to court records, Zonnisha Meyer, 26, of Vancouver admitted to police to stabbing Calvin Luarca, 30, during an alleged altercation at Meyer’s residence. The recorded 911 phone call made by Meyer also confirms her admission to stabbing Luarca. On the morning of Saturday, November 18, 2017 at approximately 10:25 AM, Luarca, who was invited by Meyer to visit her, traveled to Vancouver. Luarca’s mother, Brenda Carney, had purchased round trip airline tickets for Meyer to fly out to Dallas, TX on November 21st with plans to return on the 25th so she could be with her family during the Thanksgiving holiday. According to Carney, Meyer greeted Luarca at the door and stayed behind him as he began to walk up the stairs. Without warning, Luarca was attacked from behind by an unkno…
Representing himself Pro Se before the Washington Supreme Court in 2017 after Clark County Prosecutors were granted discretionary review of his overturned 2014 conviction, John Garrett Smith submitted multiple briefs in which he exposed fraud upon the court and police misconduct that led to his conviction.
Washington Supreme Court Justices ruled only on the narrow Privacy Act issue upon which Smith's overturned conviction was based, but failed to directly address evidence before them of a larger issue revealing a Clark County manufactured case, evidence tampering and malicious prosecution. While WSC re-instated Smith's conviction based on the Privacy Act issue, they included in their decision a recommendation for Smith to request remedy for the fraud by filing a Personal Restraint Petition (PRP) with the Court of Appeals Division II.
Since the Washington Supreme Court ruling, Smith has filed a PRP with COA II, along with multiple civil actions against local police, attorneys,…