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Welcome to Palatine
Did Alvarez do this?
Did Madigan do this?
Did Burke do this?
All I want is truth and honesty. Every one is trying to destroy me, because I want to save this country, this society, from certain death. Killing me, wiping me off the face of the earth, wont change a thing.
This is not going to change a thing. I will continue to help (if possible) however/whoever I can. I will continue to give, love, share, be neighborly and maybe, just maybe, I will win. People may follow suite, wars might stop, killing might stop, people might start to love and respect each other.
The path of self destruction is not a good thing.
If you don't know what honor or moral values are..... look it up in the dictionary. It's a good thing.
Nevertheless, based on Spizzirri's word, the offices of Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and the Cook County Prosecutor have indicted her. Facts indicate they have done so in order to cover-up SALF's longstanding relationships with powerful political cronies and funders. These include Attorney General Madigan and her father Mike Madigan, longtime IL House of Representatives Speaker of the House and Chairman of the Democratic Party of Illinois.
After more than three years of such legal harassment, this site was launched in an attempt to bring public attention to this abuse of the legal system. Illinois taxpayers may wonder why the state's top law enforcement officer and Cook County Prosecutor Anita Alvarez are expending so much time and public money to prosecute this trumped-up case against her rather than investigate what happened to the millions of tax dollars that went to the Save-A-Life Foundation.
To me, Jezierski seems to be a, war criminal, to participate, pay, employ, cover up, to have knowledge, of police extracting false confessions from innocent people
Chief Bratcher, his kid, all who aided, then partook in the cover up of torture, used by by the Palatine Police department
U.S. Law Prohibits Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment
Any practice of torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment by United States officials violates international human rights standards to which the United States is a party. These include the Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (the Torture Convention), and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.1
The use of torture also violates U.S. law. In 1994, Congress passed a new federal law which specifically provides for penalties including fines and up to 20 years' imprisonment for acts of torture committed by American or other officials outside the United States. In cases where torture results in death of the victim, the sentence is life imprisonment or execution.2
"Renderings" to countries known to engage in routine torture violate article 3 of the Torture Convention, which prohibits sending an individual to another state where there are "substantial grounds for believing that he would be in danger of being subjected to torture."3 Such transfers, and even credible threats of such transfers, made to combatants detained in an armed conflict also violate article 17 of the Third Geneva Convention, which provides that "[n]o physical or mentaltorture, nor any other form of coercion, may be inflicted on prisoners of war to secure from them information of any kind whatever. Prisoners of war who refuse to answer may not be threatened, insulted, or exposed to unpleasant or disadvantageous treatment of any kind" (emphasis added). Indeed, if committed against persons protected by the Geneva Conventions, "torture or inhuman treatment.[or] willfully causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health," would all constitute "grave breaches" under the Geneva Conventions.4
. .“Patent Malarkey”: Public Dishonesty and Deception:
It seemed like Jerry Bratcher had it made. As chief of Police, his salary was $80,000 a year, and he oversaw an 80-man department ranked as one of the best in the country. He had set up lucrative outside consulting businesses analyzing other suburban police departments. And the taxpayers were paying for his drinks, lunches and dinners. No one would question any of it since he had also become a consultant to Micro Aseptic—run by the three village trustees who also ran the police and fire committee. That, together with his strong personal relationship with Mayor Rita Mullins, compromised any real oversight of the Palatine Police Department by the village government. It was all carefully hidden from the taxpayers in a maze of governmental paper buttressed by a village government who fought any citizen attempt to access these financial records.
Jerry Bratcher had created his own Feudal kingdom in Palatine.
Sure, there were a few underlying problems. His consulting and Micro Aseptic sales both depended heavily on the the goodwill of other suburban chiefs. So he had to constantlystroke them while at the same time hiding from them the true nature and extent of his business dealings and how they might affect the other chiefs. While bragging about the academic achievements of his men, he failed to mention he hired five or six chief’s kids — including his own. He also failed to mention he lost $125,000 in an Ponzi scheme which traded commodities.
Bratcher’s kingdom rested on a fragile foundation. He became a prisoner of his own propaganda. He had to constantly exaggerate and puff his own accomplishments and those of his police force to keep his outside business interests rolling. Thus, Bratcher pushed membership in the Northwest Police Academy (NWPA), argued for CALEA accreditation, and promoted the use of the Northern Illinois Police Crime Lab (NIPCL). He couldn’t stop making his sales pitch.
Bratcher also became a prisoner of his own sales pitch.
Bratcher ingratiated himself with his fellow chiefs and promoted his business interests at the same time. The chiefs provided a potential market of more than 100 suburban police forces to which he could offer his consulting services or sell his line of Micro Aseptic products, which could provide everything for a police department from soap to special shoes. Bratcher founded the NWPA, a forum which enhanced the international reputation of the Palatine Force and himself. He later used the academy to branch out into politics endorsing his friend Jack O’Malley. Indeed, Bratcher had employed a full-time PR person for his small-time Police Department. Additionally, the sons of various police chiefs were employed by the Palatine Police Department.
It was working. Eventually, Good Housekeeping magazine would cite the Palatine Police Department as one of the 10 best in the nation. On paper, Bratcher had a superior department. Palatine was not just the normal, under-equipped suburban police force. Many chiefs told us the crime at Brown’s Chicken and Pasta on January 8, 1993 was a terrible tragedy. But “thank God it happened in Palatine.” They knew Bratcher worked with CALEA, which certified suburban police departments, but were unaware that his CALEA connection was at the heart of the Good Housekeeping ranking.
Jerry Bratcher had carefully constructed a house of cards. It was held together by the spiderweb of personal relationships he had built with other chiefs and with the village government. An unsuspecting media and citizenry stood by, never noticing the personal stakes Bratcher had invested with the mayor, village board, and state’s attorney’s office. No one ever questioned any of them about their objectivity or the inevitable conflicts which grew out of these relationships. No one questioned any of them about their non-governmental business. Bratcher was employed as a consultant by three of the village trustees who ran Micro Aseptic.Because of his business relationships with the trustees and his long personal relationship with the mayor, he had effectively neutralized anyone who would be in a position to question his conduct. That connection which James Madison and Thomas Jefferson thought crucial—between the citizens and their elected representatives and “employees”—was crushed. .
Bratcher also receives payments for services from Micro Aseptic, making at least $5,000 in consulting fees in 1995 alone. Bratcher used his considerable reputation and economic clout to help Micro Aseptic sell products to other police chiefs. In one instance, Bratcher used the NWPA as a platform to introduce Micro Aseptic’s products and services. As he had at other occasions, Bratcher introduced Jack Wagner of Micro Aseptic as an expert in combating blood-borne pathogens. He vouched for Micro Aseptic’s integrity and effectiveness. However, he did not reveal his continuing economic relationship with the company.
At the time, Micro Aseptic was owned and operated by two of Palatine’s trustees: Jack Wagner and Gregory Solberg.Wagner also chairs the public safety committee of the village board, which oversees the Palatine Police Department.The public safety committee sets salaries, approves budgets and monitors the department’s performance. Chief Bratcher’s department—along with the Lincolnwood PD—appeared in a 17-minute “police training” tape, which was essentially an infomercial for Micro Aseptic products. The tape credits the NWPA for help in production. (Note: In 1994, Bratcher served as a paid consultant for Lincolnwood as they searched for a new chief.) This is an apparent violation of Palatine’s ethics ordinance which prohibits, “use of village equipment, material or property for personal ... profit.”
Interestingly, Micro Aseptic was chosen to clean up the crime scene at Brown’s. Wager maintains that the products were provided at no charge as a public service. Skeptics have suggested that it was done for publicity. http://www.ipsn.org/bga1.htm
. December 2006
Jack Wagner, B.Sc., BPH
Director, Scientific, Technical & Regulatory Affairs
Micro-Scientific Industries Inc
1225 Carnegie St - #101
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 USA
Telephone: - 1-888-253-2536
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
. http://palatine-jack-wagner.blogspot.com/ .
.This is, just one example, of why Palatine will not allow out side investigations.
This town's corruption has the approval of;
Illinois gov Quinn
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan
Cook County State's Attorney Alvarez
All the Federal judges at the Northern District building
All the chief judges in Cook County
1 or more supreme court justice
about 500 other judges I contacted
the legislative branch in Springfield
every law professor, faculty member of every law school in Illinois
and about 4500 others
.With all of this approval, backing, it's still, up to a person's own integrity, moral belief and convictions to decide, free will to choose. Nobody is twisting any one's arm to be good or bad.
. catch a cop, in a, rape, murder, bribe, dealing drugs, any thing, like I did, report it, only to have a cover up of biblical proportion.
I am sorry to say, no matter how you look at it, .My emails prove USA is a ethically corrupt Village and much larger a whole society. A large element in our society is, above the law. Little hope for a change.
.An entire society can become ethically corrupt. Nazi Germany is a good example of a morally corrupt society.
Mayor Schwantz, a use to be NFL player. I wounder if the NFL support or teach this crap?
The newly elected Schwantz, has shown nothing, I wasn't expecting. To me, he looks like, just another elected thug. I always wanted to know what life after foot ball was like. Maybe and likely, his fan club is all for this also, but I ain't. . .
Palatine cops on drugs with Schwantz and council approval, what else do you expect when they're up to thier neck with RiCO
Is Schwantz a crimial with the rest of the council, accessory, obstruction of justice, criminal conspericy, wire fraud, are the dirty cops, worth it?
I would like action taken on the following;
Not limited to; corruption, obstruction, perjury, aiding and abetting, accessory, conspiracy.
That involves Jim Tatooles and possibly his brother (John Tatooles) and the Inverness village board.
That involves, but not limited to; Judge Scotillo, defense lawyers 1 - 4, assistant states attorney Chandra, Andre. Palatine police officer Wenrich, Hunter, rookie on duty at the time of case number 04-c3-30337, and Baker, lets not forget Baker, shift commander, police chief, Palatine Mayor, and Village Board, 1 retired supreme court justice, and appellate judges jj, o'malley, tully, pj, mcnulty.
Just about every other person I came across is protecting Wenrich, the list is longer than you can shake a fist at, I know who they are. I Can go much further. See blogs.
The only thing I wanted was the truth told especially, in a court of law, No body I contacted seems interested or seems to care. I care about the truth.
I would suggest some one let scotillo know about this blog with his name on it (if he has not seen it already). He might be a little up set, at me....the only guy that did not lie to his face, in his court or the only guy that has balls to stand up for what his court room is suppose to represent and lacking there of.
Now you all can come and hunt me down.
The residents of Palatine were complaining that Mullins and her village council lied to them.
Mullins and her goon squad said this discussion is not on this evenings agenda, so we are not going to talk about. Sit down, be quiet or leave, or you will be arrested.
I was shocked.
From that point on as far as I am concerned, none of them are worth 2 cents, to be nicer, I along with many other were very disappointed.
Can you imagine that, Mullins and the village council, for starters should have been arrested for malfeasance. It is on video tape, I only saw it a few times, I'm sure this has happened for than a few times.
and they threatened to arrest the innocent voters.
Where is the transparency? Good government?
If you got a better name for this let me know?
I'm sure, I could find these residents maybe they have a better name?