You be the Judge!
Due to continued negligence and “case fixing” against my family in Colorado’s First Judicial District (Jefferson County), I will be posting my facts and evidence ‘on the public record.’ Could you please help my family obtain proper investigations and other crime victim services to which we are entitled?
If so, here is a one-page overview of my family’s story.
Then, just read the ‘Founder’s Facts‘ below and view the evidence, judge for yourself whether probable cause exists, and if you agree that it does please help us by signing the email petition at the bottom, which will automatically send emails in support of my family to the authorities.
The first crime alleged is aggravated motor vehicle theft. In the future, there will be petitions for investigations into “parental alienation,” which is child abuse and domestic violence under certain circumstances according to Colorado law, and into fraud, conspiracy and other crimes.
Your help is greatly appreciated,
John Q. Public, Sr.
Founder of Pro Se Alliance and THE PEOPLE’S BRANCH
Founder’s Facts – Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft:
[To be alleged in the civil case:] As my ex-wife “Jane” had secretly planned, in writing, years before, shortly after she filed for divorce in January 2005, she called 911 to have me falsely arrested, removed from our home and charged with domestic violence. (In February 2006, I was found “not guilty” of domestic violence by a jury.) Despite at least 26 written requests during and after her divorce, Jane kept most of “my things,” see Exhibit CO-901, including my automobiles and recreational vehicles.
1. Jane knowingly exercised control over my eight motor vehicles during and after her divorce.
2. Jane exercised control over my vehicles without my authorization.
3. Jane retained my vehicles for more than twenty-four hours.
4. At the time, my eight motor vehicles had a fair market value of approximately $33,250.00.
[To be alleged in the civil case:] In addition to my loss of $33,250.00, my 5 children and I suffered greatly from loss of the use and benefit of all 8 vehicles and from the loss of the enjoyment of life that would have been experienced during snowmobiling and boating trips.
According to Colorado Revised Statute § 18-4-409:
(2) A person commits aggravated motor vehicle theft in the first degree if he or she knowingly obtains or exercises control over the motor vehicle of another without authorization or by threat or deception and:
(a) Retains possession or control of the motor vehicle for more than twenty-four hours;
(3) Aggravated motor vehicle theft in the first degree is a:
(a.5) Class 4 felony if the value of the motor vehicle or motor vehicles involved is twenty thousand dollars or more but less than one hundred thousand dollars; …
WHEREFORE, according to C.R.S. § 18-4-409, Jane committed aggravated motor vehicle theft in the first degree, a class 4 felony in Colorado.
If you agree that probable cause exists to believe that I am a victim of aggravated motor vehicle theft, please “sign” the Petition* below to Jefferson County Sheriff Jeff Shrader and District Attorney Peter Weir urging them to investigate and prosecute this crime. Thank you for your time.
*Your petition on behalf of my family will be automatically emailed to both offices and to Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman.