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THE NEWS MEDIA PUBLIC CORRUPTION "LIE"

 

 

SEPTEMBER 2012

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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PUBLIC CORRUPTION COVER UP CONSPIRACY WITH UNIONS, FOR MONEY ?

 

ALL REQUEST FOR INTERVIEWS TO AP REPORTERS, TO NEWS DIRECTORS, TO CEO MARY JUNCK WERE REFUSED OR IGNORED FOR $12 MILLION GOLDEN REASONS !!!

The Associated Press and its reporters actively conspired to avoided investigating and reporting on extensive San Diego County First Responder Union public corruption, and conspiracy with major news media groups. The motive was age old greed to protect news revenue, news access, and the fraud of other news organizations. A lot of money. Major local and national news organizations were directly conspiring with the Oceanside, CA. first responder unions in election fraud, and evidence tampering cover up, to protect large direct cash payments from the same unions to the news groups.

THE REPORTERS_____WHAT THEY KNEW_____SENIOR AP OFFICIALS

The Associated Press and its reporters, covered up the news media - public unions corruption, because the news groups that were involved, were active news story buying clients of the AP, and the AP reporters being told about the on going public corruption. More importantly, the news group most directly involved in the first responder conspiracy, was owned by Lee Enterprises, which is the Associated Press, and negotiations were underway during the cover up, to sell the newspaper to the San Diego Union Tribune.

The senior AP supervisors and staff clearly understood, that any reporting on the local and network news groups, and their involvement in public corruption conspiracies, or its cover up, would have immediate, and dramatic impacts, on the sale of AP news stories to those news groups, and others. The AP and its reporters, also clearly knew that reporting on large scale first responder union election fraud, and evidence tampering, would adversely impact the AP reporters access to news sources from Police, Firefighters, and District Attorneys, far beyond the limits of San Diego County. Senior AP officials, like Mary Junck and Paul Colford also knew that exposure of the North County Times election fraud conspiracy could tank the $12 million dollar sale of the NCT, to the San Diego Union Tribune News Group, and it's new anti-union owner Douglas Manchester.

Co-Conspirator (Accessory)

In common law, an accessory could not be found guilty unless the actual perpetrator was convicted. In most U.S. jurisdictions today, however, an accessory can be convicted even if the principal actor is not arrested or is acquitted. The prosecution must establish that the accessory in some way instigated, furthered, or concealed the crime. Typically, punishment for a convicted accessory is not as severe as that for the perpetrator
An accessory after the fact is someone who knows that a crime has occurred but nonetheless helps to conceal it. Today, this action is often termed obstructing justice.
In Criminal Law, contributing to or aiding in the commission of a crime. One who, without being present at the commission of an offense, becomes guilty of such offense, not as a chief actor, but as a participant, as by command, advice, instigation, or concealment; either before or after the fact or commission.

 

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COVER UP

BRIAN MELLEYEliott Spagat - Associated PressThe Associated Press California offices, and its reporters in Los Angeles, and San Diego were first contacted by GTI News in September of 2011. Those direct phone and e-mail contacts, with full access to GTI's News public record documentation would continue, and expand over the following twelve months. Reporter Elliott Spagat, and news director Brian Melley were consistently evasive, when contacted about the first responder public corruption involving the North County Times, and other news organizations. Melley and Spagat regularly requested documentation, and regularly lied about reviewing that documentation, and getting back to this reporter. All contacts were initiated by this reporter, and not one phone conversation, phone message, or e-mail with public record documentation to the AP, Brian Melley, or Elliott Spagat was ever returned.

When Melley and Spagat were questioned during several conversation, about public record documentation sent for their review, neither reporter had any idea of what was being discussed. The conversations made is clear that neither reporter had reviewed the documentation, or had any plan to do so.

In June of 2012, Reporter Elliott Spagat, News Director Melley, and the AP Bureaus were questioned about the parallel, and repetitive sell of news stores, to the same news groups that were directly involved in supporting and covering up the Oceanside first responder unions election fraud conspiracy, and evidence tampering. Repetitive news story sales, while both AP reporters gave multiple assurances that the AP would investigate the public corruption. There was no evidence that the AP ever investigated, or reported on the public corruption, and the news media's direct criminal involvement. Following those questions, all phone messages and e-mail attempts to communicate with the AP, and its reporters, were blocked and ignored.

Follow up E-mail, and phone call request for interviews, were made to every AP news bureau chief in the United States, with no response. AP reporters obviously love to take interviews, but they hate to give interviews, when they are the subject of the corruption cover up investigation.

ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLIC CORRUPTION COVER UP
ELLIOTT SPAGAT - REPORTER SAN DIEGO AP BUREAU espagat@ap.org
BRIAN MELLEY - NEWS DIRECTOR LOS ANGELES AP BUREAU bmelley@ap.org
51 AP BUREAU CHIEFS NATION WIDE http://www.ap.org/Images/COB_Contact_List_tcm28-4967.pdf
MARY JUNCK - CHAIRMAN & CEO AP LEE ENTERPRISES, INC. information@lee.net
PAUL COLFORD MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR pcolford@ap.org

The AP has a lot more to cover up, and protect, than just the sale of news stories to corrupt news groups, or news access to first responders. The news group directly conspiring with the first responder unions was "The North County Times" and it was owned by Lee Enterprises. Lee Enterprises is the Associated Press, and headed up by AP CHAIRMAN & CEO Mary Junck. Through out the time period of the cover up, Lee Enterprises was in the process of marketing, and negotiating the sell of the North County Times, to the San Diego Union Tribune group. Any news reporting on a criminal conspiracy between the NCT, eleven of its reporters and editors, and the Oceanside First Responder Unions election fraud, and evidence tampering, could have tanked the entire $12 million dollar sale. The last person Lee Enterprises would want to know about the NCT - union corruption would be the the new owner of the Union Tribune, Douglas Manchester. Manchester has a well known reputation for hating union corruption. At the very least that information could have adversely impacted the selling price to the tune of millions of dollars.

As Reported by GTI News Photo:

SAN DIEGO NORTH COUNTY TIMES $85,000.00+ FIRST RESPONDER PUBLIC UNION PAYOFFS - PART I
THE SAN DIEGO NORTH COUNTY TIMES 1st RESPONDER CORRUPTION PAYOFF CONTINUES IN 2010 - PART II
ABC, CBS, & NBC NETWORK NEWS PUBLIC CORRUPTION "INCEST" & REPORTING BIAS PROTECTING FIRST RESPONDER UNIONS FRAUD OF MILLIONS, AND FALSE PROSECUTION OF HUNDREDS, THOUSANDS, ???

Eliott Spagat - Associated PressOn August 30, 2012 this reporter showed up unannounced, at the AP offices, located in the Union Tribune building, in San Diego, and confronted AP Reporter Elliott Spagat. Spagat was questioned, on why the AP and its reporters had avoided investigating, and reporting, on the first responder corruption, and the direct involvement of AP's news media clients. Mr. Spagat refused to answer questions regarding the sale of his news stories to the North County Times, and other news groups, at the same time the AP protected the news organizations from investigation and reporting on criminal conduct. Mr. Spagat also, did not mention that the North County Times was owned by Lee Enterprises, headed by AP CEO Mary Junck. Mr. Spagat did confirm the decision to avoid reporting, was mutually agreed on, by himself, news director Brian Melley, and senior AP personnel. Mr. Spagat would not discuss who the senior AP personnel were, or why the decision had been made to avoid reporting, on the more than ten years of first responder, and district attorney evidence tampering, election fraud, and public corruption cover up. Ten years of public corruption that directly involved the Associated Press and other news media organizations. Mr. Spagat's news reporting history, also makes it clear he knew the North County Times was owned by AP Lee Enterprises, and that it was being sold to the Union Tribune group, before, during, and after, the AP notifications on the public corruption involving the North County Times.

The news media corruption cover up process, was made easy, by the full protection of the public corruption, by the "Blue Wall" of law enforcement. Not one law enforcement agency was willing to investigate large scale criminal corruption, by other badge carrying union members. Written, signed, criminal complaints were simply buried by all law enforcement agencies while the Associated Press protected it's revenue stream and the sale of the North County Times. Most of the criminals were wearing badges, their unions owned, or intimidated, most of the elected officials, and the news media was getting rich on the cover up.

PUBLIC CORRUPTION DOCUMENT LIST

WHAT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS KNEW & COVERED UP FOR MONEY

 

OCEANSIDE POLICE & FIREFIGHTER $6,000,000.00 ELECTION FRAUD CONSPIRACY

The Associated Press (AP) and its reporter were told, with public record documentation, that the City Of Oceanside Police and Firefighters, and their public unions, had criminally conspired to manipulate, and falsify elections, to expand union pay and benefits. The AP was also provided documentation that all criminal complaints to local and state agencies were being suppressed and buried, and crimes and money that connected the corruption.

As Reported by GTI News Photo:

OCEANSIDE POLICE & FIREFIGHTER ELECTION FRAUD CONSPIRACY & COVER UP
POLICE & FIREFIGHTER ELECTION FRAUD CONSPIRACY A GOLDEN SUCCESS
POLICE AND FIREFIGHTERS PAY $10,000 PLUS FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS VOTES WITH COUNCIL COVER UP
CALIFORNIA FPPC VERIFIES FRAUD IN POLICE & FIRE ELECTION CONSPIRACY & DA DUMANIS BLOCKS INVESTIGATIONS AGAIN

The City of Oceanside was in crisis, with mounting debt, and more than 172,000 Oceanside citizens had been criminally defrauded of million of dollars, by their police officers and firefighters, and their unions, with the criminal participation of local news groups, elected officials, and local, state, and federal law enforcement. Cities like Stockton and San Bernardino were filing for bankruptcy. Citizens were being falsely arrested and falsely prosecuted for crimes they did not commit, to cover up and protect the election fraud and evidence tampering. The Associated Press did not want to hear about it, because reporting it, could adversely impact AP news sales, and the $12 million dollar sale of the North County Times.

POLICE & DA EVIDENCE TAMPERING CONSPIRACY

The Associated Press (AP) and its reporter were told, with public record documentation, that large scale, long term, evidence tampering, obstruction of justice, and its cover up by Oceanside Police Officers, San Diego District Attorneys, and other law enforcement agencies had been underway for at least ten years. The AP was told that all citizen complaints were being buried, and citizens & police officers were being coerced and ordered, by other police, DA's, and elected officials, to keep their mouths shut.

As Reported by GTI News Photo:

OCEANSIDE OFFICER DAMON SMITH 8 YEARS OF AUDIO TAPE EVIDENCE TAMPERING
OFFICER DOMONIQUE & DDA RODRIGUEZ EVIDENCE TAMPERING COVER UP
OCEANSIDE'S CHIEF COP FRANK McCOY, CONSPIRES WITH SENIOR COPS, TO DESTROY EVIDENCE IN DIRTY COP INVESTIGTIONS, AGAIN !

Innocent people were being arrested and prosecuted for crimes they did not commit, while police officers and district attorneys conspired to hide, destroy, and manipulate the evidence that would clear the victim, and convict the cop and DA, and the Associated Press did not want to hear about it, because reporting it, could adversely impact AP news sales, and the $12 million dollar sale of the North County Times.

SAN DIEGO DA'S OBSTRUCTION OF JUSICE COORDINATING COVER UP

The Associated Press (AP) and its reporter were told, with public record documentation, that the San Diego District Attorneys Office was coordinating, and supporting, the Oceanside first responder criminal cover up. A felony conspiracy to protect large numbers of Police Officers, DDA's, and DA Dumanis herself, from criminal prosecutions, and $20 Million dollars in civil liability. Criminal and civil liability for more evidence tampering, and obstruction of justice in the corrupted Cynthia Sommer murder prosecution. Three Deputy District Attorney quietly resigned, when their corruption was exposed, and were quickly protected from arrest and prosecution by the DA's office, in exchange for their resignations, and their silence.

As Reported by GTI News Photo:

DA DUMANIS $20 MILLION DOLLAR EVIDENCE TAMPERING CONSPIRACY & OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE IN SOMMER MURDER PROSECUTION
DDA LAURA GUNN OCEANSIDE POLICE EVIDENCE TAMPERING COVER UP
DDA RODRIGUEZ OCEANSIDE OFFICER DOMONIQUE EVIDENCE TAMPERING CONSPIRACY AND COVER UP
DDA ERNEST (ERNIE) L. MARUGG TERMINATION CONFIRMS A LONG TERM PATTERN OF CORRUPTION COVER UP & CONSPIRACY TO OBSTRUCT JUSTICE IN THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

More innocent people sent to prison for crimes they did not commit, while DA's and Police hid, manipulated, and destroy the evidence that would clear the victims, and convict the cops and DAs, while DA Dumanis ran for Mayor. When the courts ordered a new trial for Sommer, the DA's office criminally conspired, to obstruct justice through the manipulation of criminal and civil court procedures, to protect themselves from criminal prosecutions, and millions in personal and DA office civil liability. Civil liability in these cases, and others, that would also have dramatic financial impacts on union money resources, in those same public agencies. The Associated Press did not want to hear about it, because reporting it, could adversely impact AP news sales, and the $12 million dollar sale of the North County Times.

ATTORNEY GENERAL COVER UP PROTECTING $40+MILLION IN UNION CAMPAIGN FINANCE MONEY FLOW

The Associated Press (AP) and its reporter were told, with public record documentation, that the California Attorney Generals Office in San Diego, under Senior Assistant AG Gary Schons had obstructed all complaints and investigations of the public corruption. The AG's offices under Jerry Brown, and Kamala Harris, also actively supported the cover up, and protected the first responder election fraud, and evidence tampering. The motive for the protection was simple, the protection of the flow of tens of millions in union campaign finance money to the on going election campaigns of Jerry Brown and Kamala Hiarris.

As Reported by GTI News Photo:

SENIOR ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL GARY W. SCHONS PUBLIC CORRUPTION COVER UP IN SAN DIEGO
SENIOR ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL GARY SCHONS RESIGNS UNDER SAN DIEGO PUBLIC CORRUPTION COVER UP COMPLAINTS
ATTORNEY GENERAL JERRY BROWN ELECTION FRUAD AND EVIDENCE TAMPERING CORRUPTION COVER UP PROTECTING UNION CAMPAIGN FINANCING

The same public and private unions that were financing the Oceanside Police and Firefighter election fraud conspiracy, were also financing the ongoing election campaigns of Democrat AG Jerry Brown for Governor, and Democrat Kamala Harris for Attorney General. Brown and Harris knew that any large scale criminal investigation of the Oceanside Police and Firefighter unions election fraud would immediately, and adversely, impact more than 90 percent of the 45 million dollar plus union cash flow, into their election campaigns.

When GTI interview request went out to offices of newly elected Governor Brown, and newly elected Kamala Harris, with documentation on the public corruption, and the direct involvement of SAAG Gary Schons, Schons quickly and quietly resigned. Just like the corrupt DDA's in the San Diego DA's office, when their corruption became to public, and a liability to higher ups. Three days after leaving the AG's office, SAAG Schons was hired as a DDA, by the San Diego DA's office. The same DA's office that Schons had protected from evidence tampering criminal investigations, obstruction of justice, and conspiracy, and the Associated Press did not want to hear about it, because reporting it, could adversely impact AP news sales, and the $12 million dollar sale of the North County Times.

STATE FINANCED CRIMINAL INSURANCE FRAUD CONSPIRACY EXPANDING UNION MONEY RESOURCES

The Associated Press (AP) and its reporter were told, with public record documentation, that the State of California was financing the criminal insurance fraud of its citizens through Special Funding Grant cash bribes to District Attorneys state wide. To get the money, all the DA's had to do was protect insurance companies from insurance fraud of citizen investigations, and concentrate all insurance fraud prosecutions on citizens, based on insurance company complaints, with recovery funds going to the insurance companies. Clear violations of a half a dozen Penal Code sections.

As Reported by GTI News Photo:

SAN DIEGO DA INSURANCE FRAUD CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD CALIFORNIA CITIZENS FOR EXTRA MONEY EXPANDING UNION JOBS AND PAY
CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY GENERAL JERRY BROWN PUBLIC CORRUPTION CRIMINAL INSURANCE FRAUD SCHEME

Hundreds of millions of citizen insurance premium dollars, is being diverted to DA's state wide, to aid and abet the criminal insurance fraud of California citizens, stealing insurance benefits, of millions of California citizens. The public unions, and the news media organizations, are getting rich on the corruption payoffs, the election fraud, and its cover up, and the Associated Press did not want to hear about it, because reporting it, could adversely impact AP news sales, and the $12 million dollar sale of the North County Times.

 

THE AP CORRUPT ILLUSION OF PROFESSIONAL NEWS REPORTING

Paul Colford - Associated PressBy mid July of 2012 this reporter had made numerous attempts to contact senior AP personnel, in the belief that this type of public corruption cover up, was not standard in the Associated Press. This reporter contacted the AP News Media Director Paul Colford. Colford was given extensive information on the public corruption, a web address to the documentation, and advised on the criminal involvement of news organizations that were news clients of the AP. Colford was advised that all attempts to get the Los Angeles and San Diego Offices involved in the investigation and reporting had failed, and all evidence indicated the failure was to protect AP sales of news stories. News story sales to the same news organizations, that were involved in the election fraud conspiracy, and to avoid investigating police and firefighter unions public corruption. Colford refused to provide any channels of communication to senior AP officials, or to even provide names of AP supervisors, that could be contacted. Colford made it clear he did not want to hear about AP reporters covering up public corruption, or the involvement of news organizations like the North County Times. Colford stated that all future communication should go through News Director Brian Melley in the Los Angeles Bureau. Colford was advised that Melley was one of the reporters, obstructing the reporting and investigation. Colford was told that Melley had made himself unavailable to take calls, and never returned calls. Colford stated, "if Brian Melley is not interested, the AP considers this matter closed", and ended the telephone conversation.

CEO Mary JunckBy late July of 2012, multiple calls had been made to the office of AP Chairman, and CEO Mary Junck, leaving messages requesting an interview on the involvement of Associated Press Reporters, in covering up public corruption. A cover up directly connected to protecting news story sales, to criminally corrupt news organizations like the North County Times. After five calls to Junck's office, this reporter was contacted by Heidi Pan of the AP Corporate Communications department.

Ms Pan stated that CEO Mary Junck was not the right person to contact regarding these types of issues, and she would not consent to an interview. It seems CEO Junck was too busy protecting a recent company 500,000 share stock bonus, and she obviously did not want to hear anything that could adversely impact the value of that stock, or more importantly, the ongoing sale negotiations of Lee Enterprises North County Times newspaper. Especially the direct involvement of the AP and Lee Enterprises's reporters in public union election fraud conspiracy, and Police and DA evidence tampering cover up.

Most importantly, Lee Enterprises was in the final stages of selling the corrupt North County Times Newspaper, to Douglas Manchester, owner of the San Diego Union Tribune. The NCT was the news organization most directly involved in the Oceanside Police and Firefighter election fraud conspiracy, in exchange for approximately $100,000.00 cold cash. AP reporting on that public corruption conspiracy would have had dramatic financial impacts on the sell of the newspaper, quiet probably the value of Junck's 500,000 shares of new stock, and her career in the Associated Press.

Heidi Pan stated that the interview request should be given to Brian Melley of the Los Angeles office. Pan was advised that neither Melley, or Spagat, would respond to phone or e-mail request for interviews, after being questioned about the AP cover up. Ms Pan did not like the idea that CEO Junck's name would be linked, in any way, to the refusal of interview request by AP reporters and supervisors. Especially interview request regarding AP involvement in public corruption, or its cover up. Pan then stated that she would contact News Director Brian Melley in Los Angeles, and that either she, or Mr. Melley would contact this reporter in the near future. There was never any follow up from Ms. Pan or Mr. Melley.

The Associated Press and it reporters Spagat and Melley were given full access to all of the above information, the GTI News investigation, and all of the public record documentation evidence, during the twelve month period of contacts. Research and review of Spagat's and Melly's backgrounds, and reporting, makes it clear that they are not incompetent reporters, or lazy investigators. Spagat's statements also make it clear that the corruption cover up decision, came in conference, with News Director Melley and higher AP officials.

This type of protected, and out of control first responder and District Attorney public corruption, is devastating on the average citizen victim. However, the word devastating does not even began to describe the effects, first responder public corruption has, on the most vulnerable victims in America. Victims that have the least protections, for this type of public corruption. Those victims are our active military, our elderly, and our disabled. In large part, they do not have the freedom of time, movement, or financial resources, to fight out of control first responder public corruption. It is extremely difficult for the average citizen to fight city hall. It is almost impossible for our military people, the elderly, or our disabled. Especially public corruption from the very same people we pay to protect us, and that swear to protect and serve.

As Reported By GTI News Photo:

PUBLIC CORRUPTION COVER UP THRU CIVIL LITIGTION

The Associated Press Web Site is very quick to talk about the AP's high standards of integrity, and ethical behavior, which do not match the observed conduct of their reporters, and senior AP supervisors.

AP NEWS VALUES & PRINCIPLES (AP WEB SITE)

"For more than a century and a half, journalists at The Associated Press have had the privilege of bringing truth to the world. They have gone to great lengths, overcome great obstacles and, too often, made great and horrific sacrifices to ensure that the news has been reported quickly, accurately and honestly.....we insist on the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior when we gather and deliver the news, and it is the responsibility of every one of us at the AP to ensure that these standards are upheld".

It appears the Associated Press's integrity, and ethical behavior has a price. Just like their newspaper the North County Times, and other news organizations, and the price was paid by the San Diego District Attorneys, the Oceanside Police Officers and Firefighter, and their unions. Unfortunately, that price is always paid for by the victims of the corruption, and the conspiracy is financed with stolen tax dollars.