First note – Kirk Uhler’s re-election has been very interesting. A small group of supporters of his opponent have been quite nasty using social media. In contrast, we (Team Uhler) have not attacked nor even mentioned the name of his opponent in any official campaign material. The only mentions have been on this blog before the campaign started. I have screenshots and email forwards that are going to paint the full picture.
This campaign has featured Uhler-Haters attacking the man’s family, making it a center-piece of their opposition. It has also featured the First Vice-Chair of the Placer GOP talking like a democrat to certain groups of people. The Placer GOP endorsed Kirk despite her position within the party. I will be following up soon as I am focused on completing the re-election of Kirk and at a time of my choosing I will be laying out the sordid details for all to see.
I am re-posting this photo so you can see Kirk’s family who have been dragged in to the middle of this campaign. Jaden, Tami, Kirk and Jacy.
As I had written about a few weeks in the past, the DA of Placer County Resigned. There will be an appointment to replace him.
I filed a public records request with the County of Placer related to several known instances of Jeff Wilson being the volatile, temperamental bully I have been told he is. It is always interesting dealing with attorneys in politics as the truth gets shredded, manipulated and fabricated with inpugnity.
Jeff Wilson’s abusive behavior is known to have cost Placer County at least $3 Million. If you know of more cases than those below, please email me at email@example.com, you can remain anonymous.
I have learned through a public records act request that the actual amount paid to settle Karin Bjork’s lawsuit against Placer County for the actions of current acting D.A. Jeff Wilson was $2,000,000.00, not $528,000.00. Do not leave out the fact that it cost Placer County $896,053.00 to defend the civil service case and the lawsuits. That is $2.9 Million on just one case.
Remember, this is the woman that Wilson referred to as a b—h and a c–t among other things.
Additionally, the cost to Placer County regarding former D.A. employee Carl Mayhew was $45,000.00 to settle his case against the County, plus $28,332.75 in defense costs.
I am told that Mayhew took a severance and decided not to pursue his case further despite the records showing clearly that Jeff Wilson violated county policy.
The cost to Placer County regarding the investigation into Jeff Wilson’s violation of the county policy against sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation was $40,500.00. The former employee in that case was Todd Kuhnen.
Jeff Wilson is reputed to be an image conscious bully with a hair-trigger temper. It sure looks like Public Records Prove it.
NOTE: Anyone that wants to tell their story please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can remain anonymous. Also, I will be happy to send the 120 pages of public records I obtained to anyone that requests them. The records prove the above amounts that Jeff Wilson’s behavior cost the County of Placer.
In our next installment we are going to follow up on Jeff Wilson going full Eric Holder / Barack Hussein Obama. Wilson tried to lynch a cop in Rocklin. For anyone that is not a rabid social justice warrior or a soft-on-crime anti-police activist, this case is disturbing. It illustrates that a Jeff Wilson DA office will hang a target on law enforcement whenever there is an opportunity for self-promotion available.
In addition, according to PORAC (A police officer’s union type group, that actually endorses a lot of Republicans too), Jeff Wilson may well have attempted to lynch a Rocklin Police Officer.
Usually overzealous prosecutions of Cops are typically done by leftist social justice warriors or people looking to make a name for themselves. Quoting an article from PORAC:
Any police officer who wants to know how the power of video evidence in a use-of-force case can potentially derail a career and throw a police family into despair should talk to Rocklin Police Officer Brad Alford. Due in large part to his thoughtful, forthright and powerful testimony at his own trial, a Placer County jury recently acquitted Alford of felony criminal charges of assault with a deadly weapon and assault under color of authority, as well as a lesser misdemeanor charge of battery. The jury deliberated for slightly more than two hours.
This is not a pretty story on a lot of levels, but it’s one that should be told.
If there was a video, why did Jeff Wilson prosecute this case? An acquittal in around two hours is rare and the Jury apparently asked no additional questions.
It gets better, the PORAC attorney goes in to this diatribe before laying out the actions of Jeff Wilson:
Although I have represented cops in criminal cases in many counties in this state, this was my first police criminal case in Placer County, and I do not intend to downplay my criticism of the way the Placer County District Attorney’s Office initially charged this case, the way it prosecuted the case and the way it conducted itself in the immediate aftermath of the not guilty verdicts against Brad Alford.
Please see our first post about Jeff Wilson here.
Please note that I am following up on several rumors. I’ve been told as many as 6 current complaints may or may not exist against Jeff Wilson. I have no proof other than heresay – HOWEVER, the other documented actions of Wilson indicate that it is 100% plausible there are investigations going on. It took the county 4 weeks to respond to my PRA and I was told by several that the County Counsel’s Office is not very happy right now.
The Placer County Board of Supervisors could dispense with this by encouraging Jeff Wilson to retire and/or withdraw his candidacy for DA.
On the subject of pending investigations – I asked for records surrounding time cards and vacation time related to the 1-14-2020 dog and pony show it appears Jeff Wilson and some of his sycophants staged at the 1-14-2020 Placer County Board of Supervisors meeting. The County cut the request to shreds citing several codes. If anyone reading this has any information or proof of coercion related to the 1-14-2020 Board of Supervisors meeting where 20+ employees of the Placer County DA’s office (appear to have been coerced in to) attended/ing, singing Jeff Wilson’s praises – I’d be grateful. Again, you can remain anonymous.
As long as Jeff Wilson is continuing to seek the DA’s position, your intrepid blogger will continue.
P.S. Please note that the Placer County GOP Central Committee has endorsed Morgan Gire. I am an appointed member of that Committee and thus and pointing this out to honor the endorsement rendered and to make clear where I stand on the issue at hand. I was not present at the meeting where the endorsement was made.