Dennis Justin of the Justin Brothers Bail Bonds admits he was at the crime scene and makes the wild accusation Ty Robben is being investigated by SLTPD for “threatening” Governor Jerry Brown! This keeps getting crazy folks. Sit back and listen to this.
UPDATE: As of June 04, 2013 SLTPD confirms there was never an “investigation” into Ty Robben threatening California Jerry Brown, Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval or anyone else. Just more perjury by Dennis Justin.
Okay, so now Vern Pierson’s statement “we have no proof,” that the guy was there. So now, the US Supreme Court demands that a “rational basis” for continued favoritism where certain favored individuals are not prosecuted, even when they admit “being responsible. Enquist v. Oregon was originated from the our circuit courts in Olech v. Willowbrook. The supreme court demands that officials no longer arbitrary enforced the law, especially when it violates the California constitution, Marcy’s Law, Article 28.
In the Placerville news story below, DA Vern Pierson and Bill Clark allege Dennis Justin was not at the scene-of-the-crime.
…Well, it looks like the truth has come out!
After Robben’s attorney spoke with the District Attorney’s Office, Robben revealed that the reason they are not prosecuted is that they “can’t prove Dennis Justin was here.” He said that Justin never denied it, however, and again pointed out that Justin allegedly admitted to slashing Robben’s tires. If there is no prosecution, Robben said, he will call for the resignations of Pierson and deputy district attorney Bill Clark, who is handling the case.
Richard Justin, brother of Dennis Justin, said that they would be unable to comment on the matter due to pending lawsuits. But, “the truth will come out,” he said.
Man protests corruption outside courthouse, DA’s Office
Todd “Ty” Robben, a former IT worker for the Nevada Department of Taxation, was arrested after he supposedly harassed a member of the Nevada Department of Transportation. He said, however, that he was simply trying to serve her a subpoena.
“She was complaining she had not been personally served,” he said, so he went in person to do it. As a result, a district attorney in Carson City, Nev. charged him with assault and disturbing the peace.
The roles were seemingly reversed when bounty hunters showed up at Robben’s door, kicking it in, tasing him three times and slashing his tires, he claimed. (more…)