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#1 Craven

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 02:25 PM

PERJURY?

Following Jansson's dishonesty under oath in Federal Court, Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard Promoted Lt. Clay R. Jansson to Commander of the Commerce Twp Sub-station. A reward for his behavior?

Citizen Affadavit: https://docs.google....wYTNkNGQ3&hl=en

Testimony Under Oath: https://docs.google....xYmNkMGE2&hl=en

Citizen Complaint: https://docs.google....2NzBkMTk0&hl=en

Edited by Craven, 01 February 2013 - 08:07 PM.


#2 Crane

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:53 PM

According to my calculations, the Statute Of Limitations for Federal Perjury runs out on June 29th 2011, which would be five years from his testimony.
He's a cop, nothing can be done anyways- Who would care.

Can any attorneys shed light on this. What could potentially happen?


According to the Oakland Press, Clay Jansson is the Marijuana Facility Checker of Commerce Township. http://www.theoaklan....txt?viewmode=3

#3 Sublime

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Posted 10 May 2011 - 03:23 PM

I think I am starting to see a pattern with how Sheriff Bouchard deals of Police Officers committing Crime.

WOLFGANG MUELLER: Thomas Mance received a demotion because to-wit, he had been stopped by
22 the West Bloomfield Township Police in June 25, '08?

23 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes.

24 WOLFGANG MUELLER: He was traveling 60 in a 45, right?

25 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

1 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Swerved into the left lane multiple times?

2 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes.

3 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Turns out he was .21%, correct?

4 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

5 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Two and a half times the legal limit?

6 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Correct.

7 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Asked the officer for a favor. Does he give courtesy to County employees
8 because he was a deputy?

9 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

10 WOLFGANG MUELLER: That would be a violation of abusing your position for like personal gain, right?

11 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

12 WOLFGANG MUELLER: That's one of the rules that you have in your rule book?

13 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes.

14 WOLFGANG MUELLER: You take that seriously, do you?

15 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

16 WOLFGANG MUELLER: The officer drove him to the residence, right?

17 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: The West Bloomfield Township Police Officer did, yes sir.

18 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Then he reported a few hours later and was met by your Lieutenant. That
19 would be Clay Jansson. Do you remember that?

20 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

21 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Who noticed -- and Clay Jansson saw him driving into the parking lot, correct?

22 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: I'm not sure about that.

23 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Captain Molinar had been advised already from West Bloomfield of what had
24 happened?

25 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: I don't have an independent recollection of that, but if you say so.

1 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Then he reported to work and he smelled of intoxicants and at work he was
2 .14%?

3 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes.

4 WOLFGANG MUELLER: He was still -- his work hours, you remember he's a day shift guy?

5 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

6 WOLFGANG MUELLER: So it was like seven in the morning?

7 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

8 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Seven in the morning he's still almost twice the legal limit, correct?

9 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

10 WOLFGANG MUELLER: And he's gotten in trouble two other times he said, right?

11 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

12 WOLFGANG MUELLER: And you took his work history into account, did you?

13 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: I'm sure I did. Yes, sir.

14 WOLFGANG MUELLER: And he wasn't a Sergeant. He was a Deputy?

15 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: That's correct.

16 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Now sir, are sworn officers and command officers, if you notice a crime being
17 committed in your presence, are you supposed to do something about it?


18 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir

19 WOLFGANG MUELLER: You expect that to happen, right?

20 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

21 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Are you aware, sir, that Sergeant Clay Jansson from Special Investigations
22 Unit, the Internal Affairs drove him home, got him driven home?

23 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: I'm aware of that.

24 WOLFGANG MUELLER: And it wasn't until a half hour later until Captain Molinar told Clay Jansson, you
25 get him over back in here and get him arrested, right?

1 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, but at that time he had made a mistake. That's correct.

2 WOLFGANG MUELLER: And he was arrested?

3 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: He was.

4 WOLFGANG MUELLER: And it took Captain Molinar telling the Lieutenant at the time, Clay Jansson, to
5 get him back here and get him arrested?

6 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: That is correct.

7 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Because you're not supposed to cut him a break like you did, right?

8 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: I don't know what he said to Jansson.

9 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Because driving a person home when he's drunk almost twice the legal limit,
10 that person could have another car and get out on the road and kill somebody, right?

11 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: That's correct.

12 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Be a menace to society?

13 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

14 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Something Lieutenants should know, correct?

15 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes.

16 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Something he's expected to know?

17 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

18 WOLFGANG MUELLER: Something he's trained to know?

19 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: Yes, sir.

20 WOLFGANG MUELLER: And what discipline did Clay Jansson get?

21 UNDERSHERIFF MCCABE: He didn't receive any, sir.

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Posted 25 November 2011 - 10:14 PM

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Edited by WS FF, 01 February 2013 - 08:10 PM.


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Posted 25 November 2011 - 10:16 PM

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Edited by WS FF, 01 February 2013 - 08:10 PM.


#6 solabeirtan

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Posted 26 November 2011 - 05:27 AM

While none of us would condone what goes on with OC Law enforcement activities, especially anything close to what is described here.

This final detail is out of place here as Corpus Cristi is not an OC suburb, as far as I know.

"It would not look good for the OCSD deputies to have gunned down a minor, in his own home, on a sunny Corpus Christi Sunday morning while he was carrying a Bible... " -WS FF _Posted Today, 03:16 AM

"At just before noon on June 22, 2003 (Corpus Christi Sunday), ..." -WS FF _Posted Today, 03:14 AM

... otherwise I would conclude also that it was cold blooded murder.



ps. My bad and I stand corrected. Corpus Cristi is a Religous celebration commemorating the last supper. It was celebrated on Thursday June 19 in 2003. However this article stated Corpus Cristi Sunday which would have been the following Sunday June 22, 2003 .
Also Corpus Cristi, Texas, was named after this Holy Day. In 1519, on the day of Corpus Christi, Spanish explorer Alonzo Alvarez de Pineda discovered a lush semi-tropical bay on what is now the southern coast of Texas. The bay, and the city that later grew in that area, took the name of the feast day.

Edited by solabeirtan, 26 November 2011 - 10:44 AM.


#7 lawyercaregiver

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Posted 24 December 2011 - 10:30 PM

Can any attorneys shed light on this. What could potentially happen?

According to the Oakland Press, Clay Jansson is the Marijuana Facility Checker of Commerce Township. http://www.theoaklan....txt?viewmode=3



I can surely shed some light and the answer is simple. It is the job of the police to protect, serve, plant evidence, and lie to protect the State's case whenever they wish.

I have said it or years- we live in a Fascist police state.....

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Posted 25 December 2011 - 09:37 AM

The Breakdown: Sgt Clay Jansson reportedly had a realtionship with a Julie Krohta, who went through a bitter divorce with her husband Richard Whitemore. Richard Whitmore received legal custody of the kids. The Knight in Shining armor, Sgt. Clay R Jansson, to the rescue. Richards ex wife reports that he husband was drinking alcohol. Sgt. Clay R. Jansson conducts and emergency hearing and has the children removed from the home. Surpise, Sgt Clay R Jansson lost evidence which could have exonerated Richard Whitmore.

Clay Jansson, knowing his dirtiness would be exposed, later dismisses the case at court.

Keep this in mind. Sgt Clay R Jansson, UNDER OATH IN FEDERAL COURT, denied that he knew Julie Krohta? The Citizen affadavit below, indicates Julie Knew Sgt Clay R Jansson, Dated Him and wanted to marry him. How did Sgt. Clay R Jansson get away with this?

Citizen Affadavit: https://docs.google....wYTNkNGQ3&hl=en

Testimony Under Oath: https://docs.google....xYmNkMGE2&hl=en

Citizen Complaint: https://docs.google....2NzBkMTk0&hl=en


Well .. Craven .. nice first post ..

See you a lot in the comments in the papers.

#9 stlhdr

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Posted 24 January 2012 - 10:44 PM

Oakland county has a very scary sheriff's department.




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