The erroneous charges catalogued on the felony arrest warrant were intense and lengthy.
Conspiracy, kidnapping, grand theft, extortion as well as crimes that constitute perjury.
This is the felony arrest warrant of Aleo John Pontillo II (AJ) - setting his bail far beyond the bail schedule or even the bail for murderers of children - two million dollars
|AJ. Nefarious Pontillo II|
When the economic boom of the housing market collapsed in 2007, a new rush ebbed into local Government. Federal Grants were used to prop up the dying economy of the County of Stanislaus and it’s hub, the city of Modesto as well as its surrounding communities.
These grants ran into the millions of dollars and funded what had been established to justify receiving the grants - the Central Valley Gang Impact Task Force. Originally led by Raul DeLeon of the Stanislaus County Sheriff Department, it was soon apparent that exorbitant salaries and “boy toy” equipment was all the County could show for millions upon millions of tax payer dollars squandered. But with a County as corrupt as Stanislaus, it was only a natural course of action that they were to pursue more grants by creating investigative “projects” to cover up for their wastefulness, which in truthfulness amounted to the actual embezzlement of millions of Federal taxpayer dollars.
Their targets were also immediately obvious - those that spoke out against them. Their first target being Innocent Sheriff Captain Raul DeLeon.
This the Trial and Eventual Acquital of Innocent Sheriff Deputy Raul DeLeon. 1. Second Superceding Indictment. 2. DeLeons Motion to Dismiss. 3. US Opposition to Motion to Dismiss. 4. Governments Trial Brief. 5. DeLeons Trial Brief. 6. Verdicts of Trial Jury, afterwhich one jury member literally embraced DeLeon while another said to him, Looks like they were trying to railroad you!
And their second - Aleo Pontillo II the owner of AJ’s Bail Bonds. The largest bail agent in Stanislaus County, capturing at times, up to ninety percent of the county’s bail market by his unique customer service and community outreach as well as his intensely prudent business skills. His reasons for success being indicative of his office location, which is nowhere near the jail, but rather at the foot of one of the nation’s most disparate and impoverished neighborhoods, The Modesto Airport District.
Hence my first interest in his legal case, as well as my experience of advocacy concerning the Road Dog Federal Grant cover up project, in which Raul DeLeon was targeted due to his allegiance to the current Sheriff‘s opponent as well as his own race, in addition to that of the Hispanic and Black community, and elsewhere.
Court documents showing the Stanislaus County DA's illegal and fascist tactics consisting of sending their personal enemies to prison for upwards of 30 to 40 years.
It comes as no surprise that the Bail Bond industry is certainly on the fringe of ethical business practice by most. AJ Pontillo used this fact to his advantage and built his business by keeping his practices firm and never bending the rules, having always held a zero tolerance for any unethical behavior by his agents and/or employees. The other bondsmen in the area could not claim the same however, and quickly grew envious of the success AJ derived from his business - AJ’s Bail Bonds.
This is the policy manual for AJ's Bail Bonds - written and distributed previous to any investigation conduct by the FBI, STATE, or Local agency.
“Badmouth you?”, I asked in reply.
“That’s right. Their gonna’ talk nothing’ but shit man. And that’s bad business. I didn’t build this business by people talkin’ shit about me. I built this business by putting every single customer first!”
The Federal Bureau of Investigation holds court in the Double Tree Hotel in beautiful downtown Modesto. One of their agents, I first met as he was a member of the Central Valley Gang Impact Task Force, while I served on former Modesto Police Chief Roy Wasden’s advisory board.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation specifically announces on it’s website that it’s intention is to assist in combating violent gangs - here listed, is the Central Valley Gang Impact Task Force. But of course, the funds and resources were not used to combat gangs at all, but rather, used for political vendettas against the enemies of the local state.
|NO STANISLAUS LE CONTACT!!!|
This the initial complaint by an individual calling herself a “community activist” - filled with rumor this complaint was originally taken as “Corruption of State and Local Public Officials” and was soon thereafter used to target a local bail bondsman in an effort to cover up the squandering of millions of dollars provided to the County of Stanislaus to combat gang violence at a price tag of millions of dollars more.
At about this same time, Linda Taylor posted a blog on the local newspaper’s open forum, The Hive website, which was subsequently taken down at around the same time as AJ’s Arrest. A copy of this blog can still be seen in the Stanford Document Vault.
Taken down around the time of Aleo Pontillo II (AJ)s arrest in 2011 - believed by most by direct order of the Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office, recreated in full here - is the diatribe of the spinster - right wing anti-drug activist, Linda Taylor.
At this point, I did not give any credence to the idea that Linda Taylor could be anything but grandiose, much less an FBI asset, even if she was, as was eventually discovered, to have put herself in that position in order to gain prominence and recognition in the community as a “true activist”.
A review of the FBIs Handling and Oversight of FBI Asset Katrina Leung.
Yet Linda Taylor was invaluable to the Central Valley Gang Impact Task Force and their mission to cover up the fact they had inadvertently and quite literally squandered millions of dollars in Federal Grant Funding - tax payer money. So much so, that they continued to seek her out, taking her statements as factual, including that the then current Chief of the Modesto Police Department, Roy Wasden’s son was in possession of a fully operational “meth lab”.
FBI Interview - 05-07-2008 - of Right Wing Anti-Drug Activist Linda Taylor - by Stanislaus Sheriff Bejaran (Not Real FBI).
In yet another interview, this time by FBI Special Agent Kenneth Tam, she revealed in no uncertain terms, that the majority of her information was coming from AJ’s Bail Bonds failing competitor - Dennis Morgan.
FBI Interview - 12-30-2008 - with right wing anti-drug activist Linda Taylor - Special Agent Kennth Tam (Real FBI). Linda Taylor, in this interview reveals that she is being pimped out by AJ's Bail Bonds failing competitor - Dennis Morgan.
His first reaction was not one of panic, because he was fully self-assured at this point in his life and consciousness that he would be completely exonerated, never thinking, for as much of a mere moment, that several Governmental agencies would attempt to frame him in any way they could to bring an indictment against him.
No, his first reaction was to make t-shirts that bore the words, “Under Investigation” across the chest, even though he was the only one that would dare wear them.
Along with the business cards customers were bringing in, there also came the complaints of what the agencies were asking his clients to do and what they were offering them in exchange for doing it. Special gifts and favors for providing FBI Special Agent Tam and the Central Valley Gang Impact Task Force with the testimony they were needing, whether factual and honest or not.
In response, AJ’s Attorney, Frank Carson drafted and sent a letter to the Sheriff’s Department, demanding that they immediately cease and desist libeling and slandering him.
Attorney for Aleo Pontillo II - Requesting Stanislaus County Sheriff Department to cease libel and slander against AJs Bail Bonds.
On December 23rd 2008, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department Central Valley Gang Impact Task Force, the California Department of Insurance, the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms as well as several other local law enforcement departments took great pride and glee in raiding both AJ’s place of business, as well as his residence. They also raided his fridge, and helped themselves to several items that never ended up on the search warrant’s receipts.
“Hey, how many gallons is that pool over there?” AJ was asked by one of the attending Sheriffs.
“What? How many gallons is my pool?”
“Yeah, that’s a pretty big pool.”
“Dude, really?”They went on to trash the house, more than search it, excited by the anticipation of gaining access to AJ’s gun safe. They confiscated several firearms, claiming that they were illegal to possess and that he would eventually be charged for possessing them, though they left several, taking only the most expensive pieces. Yet later, the ATF returned reports that items that were confiscated were, in actuality, perfectly legal.
ATF Results Declaring Gun Parts Confiscated from Aleo Pontillo Perfectly Legal.
In the course of this raid, AJ answered all questions asked, however those that were interviewing him, FBI Special Agent Kenneth Tam and Jon Reineccius of the Califonia Department of Insurance, had no clear concept of Bail law, on a Federal or even a State level, in particular, the case law of Taylor VS. Taintor which leaves AJ uncensorable of his presumed guilt regarding charges of kidnapping and extortion.
Bondsmans Right To Arrest Reprinted from the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, December, 1972, and January, 1973. The giving of security is not the full measure of the bails obligation. It is not the sum of the bail bond that society asks for, but rather the presence of the defendant....If the court lacks confidence in the suretys purpose or ability to secure the appearance of a bailed defendant, it may refuse its approval of a bond even though the financial standing of the bail is beyond questions.
Taylor VS. Taintor Case Law - 83 U.S. 366, 1872 WL 15393 (U.S.Conn.) Supreme Court of the United States TAYLOR vs. TAINTOR, TREASURER December Term, 1872 Complete Case Law with historic references.
The testimony that is still being used directly against him in court as though he is admitting to committing the crimes of kidnapping and extortion, when in fact, according to the law, he has committed neither of these crimes.
Interview Conducted By FBI and DOI of California During 12/23/2008 Raid of Aleo Pontillos Business and Residence
This being the first introduction to AJ of Jon Reineccius, little did AJ know that this was the man responsible for the botched SWAT raid, which he led by gunning down an unarmed Mexican Father - a simple farm worker, unarmed and in his own bedroom, before he even had a chance to rise, during a raid that the family successfully scored the largest ever settlement in California of 6 million dollars for having to watch their father and loved one brutally murdered, after which, Reineccius had the family held in a jail cell at the local Dinuba Police Department for hours after the incident under intimidation that they testify to the falsehood that Reineccius' murder victim was standing and lunging at him with a knife.
California Department of Insurance Investigator Jon Reineccius Murders Mexican Farm Worker In Cold Blood
But later, AJ was to learn that Jon Reineccius was just as empowered as a real law enforcement officer, in that he went on to influence the same “home invasion” type of raid on the second of three (so far) raids against AJ on February 10th 2010 for a single file, coming in just short of guns a blazing.
AJ Bailbonds Raid - An example of the out of control corruption of the Stanislaus County DA, local law enforcement facilitated to God-complex egoic manifestations as they conjure up preposterous cause to wreak terrorizing havoc on a local business owner.
After the second raid, the United States Attorney’s Office offered AJ a plea deal, which he refused with his attorney providing an exhaustive explanation of why the threatened charges were ridiculous to begin with.
Vincent and Cullers of the U.S. Attorney's Office for thye Eastern District of California:
"I provide you with this letter pursuant to Federal rules of Evidence, Rule 410, and any other applicable privileges. As you know from our earlier correspondence, I represent Mr. Aleo J. Pontillo who is under investigation for alleged illegal business practices and may soon face indictment. This letter sets forth the reasons why Mr. Pontillo should not be indicted, and furthermore, why the investigation against him and his business should be dropped."
On September 9th 2010, FBI Special Agent Kenneth Tam manipulated, through his fraudulent testimony, The United States Government to utilize bastardized maritime law loopholes which are primarily used against large scale organized crime syndicates and drug runners. All together seized was $256,533.57 in US Dollars from AJ’s banking account.
Basterdized maritime laws that now give the United States Government the right to seize your assets and property without any due process whatsoever.
The local law enforcement agencies, district attorney’s office and judges were star struck by the mystique presented to them by FBI Special Agent, Kenneth Tam. So much so, in fact, that they felt there was no need to respect the Bill of Rights as far as AJ was concerned, since he was “presumed guilty“.
The first of these incidents appeared as the Deputy County Council, Alice Mimms, used particular individuals such as, FBI Special Agent Kenneth Tam and a local district attorney investigator that fancied presenting himself as an FBI agent, Steve Jacobson. She used them to provide testimony regarding allegations as though they were fact in open court against AJ and his business, AJ’s Bail Bonds without any recourse to defend himself at any time - no due process.
AJ would not stand for anymore and his reaction was succinctly stated in a concise complaint to the California State Bar against Alice Mimms.
STATEMENT OF FACT REGARDING COMPLAINT TO THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA IN REGARDS TO STANISLAUS COUNTY COUNCIL - ALICE MIMMS
State Bar of California Reply to Complaint Number 1 by Aleo Pontillo in regards to Alice Mimms - Stanislaus County Council
Stanislaus County Deputy Council Alice Mimms continued to strip AJ of his constitutional rights in yet, another action. And in return, AJ fired off another complaint to the California State Bar.
Second Complaint by Aleo Pontillo to California State Bar in regards to a separate incident with Alice Mimms - Stanislaus County Council
And the California State Bar protected Stanislaus County Deputy Council Alice Mimms from losing her malpractice insurance through multiple complaints by mis-characterizing AJ’s complaint against her as not a complaint at all, but rather as a request to re-open the first complaint, that was previously filed.
California State Bar Bows To The FBI and supports Civil Rights Violations Against Aleo Pontillo of AJ's Bail Bonds
Complaint on Judicial Performance - Filed by Aleo Pontillo II - DBA AJ's Bail Bonds VS. Stanislaus County Superior Court Judge Linda McFadden
And most ironic of all, the very judge presiding over AJ’s case today, the Honorable Judge Scott Steffen showed his ignorance of bail law by refusing to accept the surrender of a defendant in open court. AJ filed a judicial complaint against him as well, but hence, since Judge Steffen has refused to recuse himself, it becomes obvious that State Bar complaints, Judicial Complaints, as well as Civil Grand Jury complaints (which are controlled in this area by Stanislaus County Deputy District Attorney, Dave Harris, AJ’s primary prosecutor) are a waste of time.
Judicial Complaint of Aleo Pontillo About The Honorable Judge Scott T. Steffen
On February 11th 2011, Aleo Pontillo received in the mail, his first battle won. A letter informing him that the funds seized from his bank account, under the auspices of archaically bastardized maritime law, were to be returned with any interest that may had accrued. In the brief was stated clearly, “5. This Stipulation and Agreement is a compromise settlement, entered into by all the parties for the purpose of compromising disputed claims and avoiding the expenses and risks of further litigation.”
States VS. Approximateldy $256,533.57 In US Currency Concession to Avoid Litigation from Aleo Pontillo II
Rita Elias to pose a mock demonstration of kidnapping and extortion, even though neither of these crimes would apply anyway, they were able to generate a real world example. And with the help of another individual that was also later discovered to be a criminal informant, David Nelson, it brings some speculation on whether any part of the event in the following 3 falsified police reports even transpired at all.
Falsified police reports were inserted in AJ’s multi-thousand page discovery, more than likely under the false supposition that no one would bother to read every single word, such as I have.
These are two separate police reports with contradictive information and dates that were inserted into Aleo Pontillo's discovery - with the same subject - Rita Elias - first used to demonstrate the crime of kidnapping and extortion against AJ, then used to demonstrate a charge of murder against innocent Sheriff Detective Kari Abbey two years later.
This is the complete transcript of the preliminary murder trial - People VS. Kari Abbey. Due to California Government Code Section 69954(d) These documents are not allowed to be printed, copied, or downloaded, but may be viewed as they are not intellectual property, but rather public Government documents.
On May, 5th 2011, a third raid was conducted by the request of California Department of Insurance Investigator, Jon Reineccius. This time he asked for night time service, citing primarily that AJ and his “associate” Robert Stanford were threats to any officers involved, particularly FBI Special Agent Tam, because of writing posts on the Modesto Bee’s Hive blogsite against Governmental and law enforcement corruption. In effect saying that we were anti-law enforcement and anti Government (domestic terrorist threats).
Investigator Jon Reineccius, the Daddy Murderer, that held his victim’s family in detention for hours in one attempt of many to cover up for his non-criminal crime of decriminalized murder, states the following in his request for night service:
“I have knowledge that PONTILLO was the target of a federal search warrant in December 2008, at both his business and personal residence. PONTILLO was also the target of a state search warrant in February 2010, at his business. In both search warrants PONTILLO was found to be in possession of firearms, including high power rifles. In addition to firearms, steroid and human growth hormones were located in PONTILLO’s residence during the December 2008, search warrant. During that search warrant PONTILLO told SA TAM he had used steroids since he was 24 years of age. According to the Department of Insurance license records PONTILLO was born in 1971, which would have made him 24 years of age in 1995.
I also have knowledge that PONTILLO has made several statements in “The Hive”, a blog connected to the Modesto Bee newspaper. PONTILLO uses the screen name “Freedomtofacism” and has posted anti government and anti police statements in his postings. PONTILLO has referred to police as “Nazi’s”, “Gestapo” and has made reference to government as the “Fourth Reich”. PONTILLO was wearing a “Resist the New World Order” tee shirt with the outline of a rifle on it during the service of the February 2010, search warrant.
During the February 2010, search warrant PONTILLO was smoking marijuana with Llorens at the time of the service of the search warrant. PONTILLO later made a statement to Stanislaus County District Attorney Investigator Steve Jacobson that he did not need permission from the government to possess marijuana.
I have knowledge that PONTILLO had a working video surveillance system at the business during the search warrant in December 2008. PONTILLO also had a working video surveillance system at the business during the February 2010, search warrant. Robert Stanford has posted video on behalf of PONTILLO and AJ’s Bail Bonds on youtube of the service of the February 2010, search warrant.
STANFORD is believed to be a non-licensed employee of AJ’s Bail Bonds and an associate of PONTILLO based on posts he has made on The Hive. STANFORD is a frequent user of The Hive, posting under the screen name “Robert_Stanford”. On December 16, 2010 a posting for STANFORD’s account mentioned having a “date lined up with special agent TAM” and continued by asking another Hive user if she had a rope. (ATTACHMENT L) Stanford has also posted several anti-government and anti-police statements as well.
Due to the above stated facts I would request that I be allowed to conduct a search during night hours to minimize any potential conflicts with PONTILLO or other employees and associates.”
Search Warrant Requested by the Mexican Farm Worker Murderer Jon Reineccius - for AJs Bail Bonds 05-05-2011
September 14th 2011, it finally happened. AJ, Mark Davis and Janelle Llorens were arrested and appeared before the Honorable Judge Valli Isrealis later that day, with Stanislaus County Deputy District Attorney Dave Harris arguing that their bail not be lowered from two million dollars because AJ was “Anti - Government” and had access to “guns” and “steroids”.
It all started for me, by trying to manage answering a ringing cell phone, while holding a cigarette in one hand and an over-filled Styrofoam coffee cup in the other staggering through a donut shop parking lot not more than two blocks away from the AJ’s Bail Bonds office building.
“Hey, are you at the office?”
“No, I’m at Scotty’s. Are you at the office?”
“Yeah, hey, stay away from the office for like 30 minutes.”
“Sure, no problem. Is everything all right?”
“Tam just called me and said he had my house surrounded. I told him, ‘ hey, that’s great bud, but I’m not at my house. I’m working out at the office. So he said, ‘Ok, well, let’s get this over with, we’ll be right there. So bro, I’m going to be arrested here in a minute.”
“That’s right. Oh shit. And they are arresting Janelle and Davis too. Look, you need to be strong right now. Everything will be fine. I‘ll call you as soon as I can.”
The very next day, AJ, Janelle Llorens and Mark Davis appeared before the Honorable Judge Scott Steffen. This was the same judge AJ had lodged a judicial complaint against, and by a reading of the transcript, one can see that this Judge, who was deemed as incompetent in regards to bail bond law and that in itself being the very nature of AJ’s judicial complaint, contemplates the bail of all three defendants even going so far as to admit that in setting the bail of an accused murderer, at an eighth of what AJ’s bail was set at, he took full responsibility for having previously “misread” the bail schedule. Though one would have to admit that there is quite a difference between 250,000 and 2 million dollars.
Mark David Davis, Janeele Llorens, and Aleo John Pontillo, II defendants before the Honorable Scott Steffen, Deparmtent 7 - Thursday, September 15, 2011
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“THE COURT: Mr. Carson, just so everyone knows, and this is probably not general knowledge, the bail was originally set in Deputy Abbey’s case because I misread the bail schedule when -- we had just revised the bail schedule. It was brought to me, and I used the wrong criteria for setting bail. I’m the one that set the bail originally at 300,000 or whatever that amount was. So to the extent it got set at a surprisingly low level, I take responsibility for that because I misread the bail schedule.”
Frank Carson argued vigorously for Judge Steffen to lower the bail of all three defendants, citing the obvious unconstitutional butchering of the constitution behind the ever closed doors of a Stanislaus County Superior Court Room.
Deputy District Attorney Harris, naturally, took full advantage of Attorney Frank Carson’s admitted disrespect of the court, and was able to keep the bails of all three defendants extremely high as well as re-enforce his assertion that all three defendants - particularly Janelle Llorens and AJ were dangerous to the community.
Stanislaus County Deputy District Attorney Harris, led Judge Steffen by the nose effortlessly and said, “First, we start, since we’re just dealing with the issue of bail, it’s presumed that the defendants are guilty of the charges. In Count I for Defendant Pontillo and Llorens, there’s a life sentence. So that’s not an OR-type of case.”
On the heels of this appearance, there was soon another to continue the issue of bail reduction, on September 23rd 2011.
From the previous appearance, Mark Davis, who kept spouting off pathetic pleas to the Judge in open court, only to be constantly reprimanded to speak through his council, of the moment, Frank Carson had been suddenly appointed in the same proceeding a public defender, by the name of Greg Spiering.
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“MR. SPIERING: I’ve got a couple things to add on behalf of my client that I think are very important. And it goes to Mr. Harris’s credibility, if the Court is intending to accept anything out of his mouth as truthful. I’ve got in my hand here a immunity agreement as to my client that’s -- that involves this affiant in the back of the courtroom here, that sows that my client was given transactional immunity by the Government last summer in exchange for his cooperation.
I’ve also got a police report that shows that my client’s prior counsel, U.S. attorney, this officer, were all present after he -- after an executed immunity agreement was filled out and testimony was taken or questioning was done. And if you look at this -- I’ve got a copy for the Court here.
THE COURT: Do you have a copy for Mr. Harris?
MR. SPIERING: I do. I talked to Mr. Harris briefly about that yesterday.
The fourth paragraph,
“In exchange for your completing truthful cooperation and statement -- “
THE COURT: Slow down.
“-- the Government will not prosecute you for any crimes, offenses, or matters described, discussed or disclosed by you at this meeting.”
And you go on -- and it goes on to,
“It doesn’t include if you lie to us at the meeting.”
Toward the end of this appearance, Frank Carson entered into evidence a newspaper clipping that headlined the crimes of the Department of Insurance Police Officer - The Dinubian Daddy Slaughterer, Jon Reineccius. Judge Steffen quickly tucked the clipping away as sealed states evidence, never to see the light of the court room again.