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Courts Civil

NCFM Jerry Cox case update, Cox case taking new twist, money at issue

October 4, 2018
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NCFM NOTE: NCFM Vice President Marc Angelucci is now representing Mr. Cox. Basically, Jerry upset some powerful people in very provincial Mariposa County. We strongly believe there is a concerted effort to use legal means to steal his property and run him out of the county. Also, that the false sexual assault allegations brought...
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Posted in Corruption, Courts, Courts Civil, False Allegations, False Arrest, Female Abusers, Female Perpetrators, Other, Politicians County/Borough/Local, Sexual Assault | 5 Comments »

NCFM and the disappearing 20/20 Mariposa County corruption YouTube episode

July 26, 2018
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NCFM Sends Public Records Act Request to Mariposa County Counsel Steve Dahlem as ABC 20/20 News Video Exposing Mariposa County Corruption Suddenly Disappears from YouTube. by NCFM “The fight for justice against corruption is never easy. It never has been and never will be. It exacts a toll on our self, our families, our...
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Posted in Corruption, Courts, Courts Civil, Due Process, False Allegations, NCFM, NCFM | 2 Comments »

NCFM update, Mariposa County Moves to Sell Jerry Cox’s Ranch After Fake Rape Case Is Exposed – Receiver and County Want Cox to Pay Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars; No Work Performed – Refuse to Provide Transparency

January 21, 2018
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By NCFM NCFM has reported extensively on the false rape case of Mariposa rancher Jerry Cox which precipitated the bizarre “receivership” action (government land grab) in which Mr. Cox’s 430-plus acre ranch was forcibly taken presumably because of over 100 highly questionable, if not trumped-up and false, Health & Safety Code violations to ease...
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Posted in Corruption, Courts, Courts Civil, False Allegations, False Arrest, NCFM, Rape Allegations, Sexual Assault | 14 Comments »