Public Defender Molly O’Neal ignored credible reports of dangerous sheriff deputies

Michael Tyree Murder

Santa Clara County Public Defender Molly O’Neal ignored credible reports of dangerous sheriff deputies. Suppressed evidence and endangered the people of Santa Clara County. Please email the clerk of the Santa Clara County board of Supervisors at: BoardOperations@cob.sccgov.org

Santa Clara County Public Defender Molly O'Neal ignored credible reports of police misconduct by Santa Clara County Sheriff detective: David Carroll and other officers who engaged in reckless and dangerous criminal activity. - Jeopardized public safety Santa Clara County Public Defender Molly O’Neal ignored credible reports of police misconduct by Santa Clara County Sheriff detective: David Carroll and other officers who engaged in reckless and dangerous criminal activity. – Jeopardized public safety.

Copy your email as letter to editor of several San Francisco Bay Area & National News Papers   ( Please Be sure to mention Santa Clara County Public Defender Molly O’Neal by name )

Santa Clara County Sheriff detective David Carroll -Corrupt, reckless and dangerous. Santa Clara County Sheriff detective David Carroll -Corrupt, reckless and dangerous.

Three Santa Clara County Sheriff Deputies charged with murder

Two more Santa Clara County Sheriff Deputies arrested

http://abc7news.com/video/embed/?pid=1012655

Letter to US Attorney Brian Stretch

Santa Clara County Public Defender Molly O'Neal covered up dangerous police misconduct / crimes by sheriff deputies Santa Clara County Public Defender Molly…

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