Not to be outdone by any of her mentally deranged minions, Cattaraugus County New York “District Attorney” Lori “Don’t You Stare at Me” Rieman outdoes herself again. But this time with a more serious note. In a desperate bid to maintain her dwindling influence due to the criminal corruption that permeates the Cattaraugus County New York State District Attorney’s Office, Lori “I never took a oath of office” Rieman commits perjury at the Appellant Court level and in doing so commits an act of fraud upon the court. Continue reading
The fake profile Krissy Senger (KS) is complaining on another local FB page Olean Politics. It claims that we are against the 1st Amendment. DWI queen Dana Roth, who traveling the wrong direction would run headlong into a semi on 86 would join right in. We also discovered a group of local want-to-be terrorists…. Continue reading
Soon to be filed Appeal with determine just how bad the corruption is and if it extends into the judicial branch in Western New York and how far. Below is an editorial that appeared in the Buffalo News concerning the Metcalf murder cover up by Cattaraugus County District Attorney Lori Rieman. See the links to the Buffalo News articles below the image for more proof that Cattaraugus County New York’s District Attorney is the real criminal… Continue reading
Discover how local politicians are hiding huge amounts of your surplus tax dollars while claiming they are broke just to raise your taxes. This article has been shadow banned on FB threads and its IM. Olean, the county and all other cities, towns and villages are required by law to create and file a report that details where all the money they receive from you, the taxpayers go. In the usual timely fashion, the local politicians are crying about running short on their budgets again, your hard earned money. Are they really running out? All governmental bodies are required to execute an annual CAFR. You all need to…
Cattaraugus County DA Lori Rieman lets the time run out on manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide against Matthew Cross, a cop who murdered an inmate by strangling him. Cross was hired after this murder by the Ellicottville Police Department. Further there were three suicides within a six month time frame in the Cattaraugus County Jail that do not appear to have been investigated in any manner what-so-ever;
“Richard A. Metcalf Jr. died five years ago Thursday after Holding Center deputies knotted a spit mask around his neck and pulled a pillow case over his head. Though a state agency urged prosecutors to consider charging key jail deputies in the inmate’s death, two potential counts are now off the table: manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide. A five-year statute of limitations applies to those charges, which some court observers said were a prosecutor’s most likely options if a criminal case were to begin. The prosecutor in the matter, Lori Pettit Rieman of Cattaraugus County, has given no sign she will charge anyone, even though Metcalf’s death has twice been determined a homicide — a death at the hands of others.
Rieman, who took on the case because the Erie County District Attorney’s Office had a conflict of interest, has said only that she will announce her decision when ready. She did not respond to a telephone message or an email seeking comment for this article.” To read the full Buffalo News article click here.
Further proof she is not fit to hold the office of District Attorney.
On August 31, 2017, a victim of the overwhelming corruption that has been uncovered in Cattaraugus County New York, home of the most corrupt court system in the State of New York and possibly the United States was told by Cattaraugus County Court Clerk Jane St John he was not allowed to review his court record anymore because it was in appeal. First of all it was not in appeal and second the public has the right to review any court record they please. There are some exceptions to this right such as family court and sealed records where the general public is not allowed access to, however the parties involved are. Click here for the Commission on Public Access to Court Records, Report to the Chief Judge of the State of New York and corresponding exhibit 3. Continue reading
Cattaraugus County Chief Court Clerk Verna Dry Rigs Jury case. ONE JUROR DEAD SINCE 2010. 50% of the jury were local government employees, and another 16% were related to them, or had a predisposed bias. The ‘judge’ even appointed a county employee the jury foreperson who lives in the small town of Portville New York, the same location of the Assistant District Attorney is from to ensure guilty verdict. You haven’t seen a rigged jury until you sit in on a trial in Cattaraugus County New York…. Judge Claims it’s a Conspiracy and he doesn’t swear in the jury! This is all on the certified public record folks, and then some….
We have a fellow citizen, Stephen Schindlbeck, who lost his life at the hands of our public servants. He was going to be charged with a two felonies yet he had harmed no one, unlike Catherine Ensell who is a very violent individual and her daddy John always covers up for her. This alleged suicide occurred in the Olean Jail. Do we remember the three suicides in the Cattaraugus County Jail that took place in a period of six months in 2014 and not a word about what became of it? And what about the Metcalf murder investigation that ‘DA’ Lori Rieman is in ‘charge’ of? There are some very concerning twists in the recent ‘suicide’ in the Olean Jail… Continue reading
Kochan Trial Update – Special Prosecutors and Recusal Motions. In the early stages of the action that was illegally moved to the Cattaraugus County Court, Mr. Kochan, acting pro-se, motioned for a special prosecutor to replace District Attorney Lori Rieman and her cohorts. If a Motion for a Special Prosecutor is granted, that person replacing her has all the rights and authorities as the District Attorney, which includes moving forward with the case, dropping the charges or reducing them; “it is the duty of the district attorney to refrain from over-zealous advocacy” ( People v. Slover, 232 N.Y. 264, 267)… Continue reading