Sean Patrick Mitchell has been denied his civil and Human right to petition in the U.S. courts for redress for the violation of his rights under the law.
Sean Mitchell was a one of many victims of the racist and criminal conduct of the LAPD, otherwise known as the Ramparts Scandal
Sean's case clearly exposes that the scandal extended way beyond a "few bad" and Black cops, beyond a single division, beyond the police to Gil Garcetti himself and the California judiciary. And now has been extended to expose the federal judiciary and the whole of the federal government to be just as racist, corrupt, criminal, and unworkable.
In 1997, Sean was charged, prosecuted, and convicted in an outrageous circus of a trial in a an even more outrageously case painting him as a serial rapist. According to the LAPD and Gil Garcetti, Sean was the "Melrose Rapist" and was accused of kidnapping and raping 17 White women over a five year period. In addition to a plethera of evidentairy problems with the case, ITJ was able to determine that there was "Melrose Rapist" prior to the arrest of Sean, the LAPD made it up in order to put three unsolved rapes and 14 fabricated ones on Sean. Aside from the fact that White officers in the Hollywood, Westwood, and Wilschire divisions had vowed to ruin Sean, there was growing scandal against the LAPD.
It appears that in order to divide public attention, Gil Garcetti and the LAPD were hell bent on fabricating some kind of sensational distraction, so initially set out to make Sean that distraction. However, the LAPD discovered the bodies of Nicole Brown-Simpson and Ron Goldman on the same day Sean was arrested. That week the LAPD then shifted its focus to making O.J. Simpson the suspect and thus, a bigger drama and distraction, which was actually unfortunate for Sean. There were only a few reports on "the Melrose Rapist" case, with none of the papers asking way the alleged case was not made known tothe public or press prior to the arrest of Sean. Within a week, Sean was looking at O.J. Simpson in the cell across from the one he was in. And even though Sean and O.J. were deliberately tried atthe same time in courtrooms side by side of each other, the press paid no attention to the trial of "the Melrose Rapist." O.J. Simpson hired "the Dream Team," while Sean was strapped with a court-appointed attorney who was a former court clerk and just graduated law school.
Even though the state destroyed the record of the case it was supposed to protect, ITJ was ablle to obtain copies of police and medical repports given to the Sean during the trial and held by his family. The reports revealed that the LAPD knowingly fabricated 14 of the cases, and that in spite of the fact that the medical reports found no "evidence of rape or trauma" in the 14 cases, Gil Garcetti sought and somehow obtained an indictment on all. ITJ has now been provided by a lawyer that used to work in the Public Defenders office, complete copies of both the trial transcript and appeal record. The record reflects that indeed Sean had a growing armed security, which was the major cause for the animosity of the White LAPD in the Wilshire, Holloywood, and Westwood divisions. Sean provided security for a number of vibrant locations and celebrities in Hollywood, Westwood, and Baldwin Hills. White LAPD had ona few occassions attempted to force Sean and his emplyees to disarm, which they refused to do.
However, there is more, ITJ investigated and found that:
- in 14 of the cases, the ones where the women were allegedly kidnapped and raped in pairs, doctors reported finding "no evidence of rape or trauma;"
- in the 3 cases where evidence of rape was found, the DNA results not only excluded Sean, but also the theory of a single culprit, but which Gil Garcetti was allowed to "exclude" from the prosecution, even though it was exculpatory evidence;
- nearly all of the women who were allegedly kidnapped and raped in pairs were prostitutes that worked Los Angeles and Las Vegas, and were known to the LAPD Hollywood Division;
- only after arresting Sean did the LAPD claim to the public that there was a "the Melrose Rapist," there had been no prior reports of such a serial rapist;
- in spite of having 17 alleged victims, none of the police reports gave anything more than a general and very broad description of the alleged suspect;
- Sean was subjected to a single 110-page indictment and a single trial on all 17 cases, even though there was nothing other than the race of the alleged victims and their claims to have been raped to connect them;
- the trial judge removed experience counsel from Sean when she began to challenge the total lack of evidence and raised the issue regarding the exculpatory nature of the DNA results;
- the trial judge replaced that experienced counsel with a young woman who not only had just finished law school, but was a former clerk of the same court;
- the trial judge refused to allow the jury to see that Sean was disabled, having him brought into the courtroom before the jury would be brought in, removing and hiding his walker behind the bench, then not allowing him to leave until after the jury;
- not one of the alleged victims positively identified Sean as the assailant from photo arrays or at a line-up, it was not until the trial that a number of them then stated positively that he was the assailant;
- no forensic evidence of rape was presented at the "trial," the only "evidence" was the uncorroborated and unsupported testimonies of the 17 women;
- the LAPD, Gil Garcetti, and judges of the Los Angeles crimial courts knew that the "Ramparts Scandal" was about to break to the public and sought a diversion.
- Nerves that stimulate movement (called the motor nerves) are most severely affected. The nerves in the legs are affected first and most severely.
- Symptoms usually begin between mid-childhood and early adulthood. They may include:
- Foot deformity (very high arch to feet
- Foot drop (inability to hold foot horizontal)
- Loss of lower leg muscle, which leads to skinny calves
- Numbness in the foot or leg
- "Slapping" gait (feet hit the floor hard when walking)
- Weakness of the hips, legs, or feet and later, similar symptoms may appear in the arms and hands, which may include a claw-like hand.
This video was produced by a woman who suffers from CMT, she includes her ten-year old son in the video, he also has the disease. Both Sean and his brother Kyle have the disease. By time Sean was in his mid-30s, his condition had progressed to the point where he struggled with "slap-foot." So, he could not have just appeared and disappear on foot as alleged by the so-called "victims" and LAPD.
MASSIVE FABRICATIONS BY LAPD
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