Assistant Attorney XXX
Office of the Attorney General
Albany, NY 12224-0341
Dear Assistant Attorney General XXXX
I bring to you an issue of criminal police and prosecutorial abuse of power to the attention of the New York State’s Attorney General that is in need of an inquiry. This involves the highly publicized case involving Mr. John M. Rinaldi, who has recently been convicted of stalking/harassing Ms. Brooke Shields after Ms. Shields procured a restraining order under false pretenses and their filing four fabricated charges. In addition to the perjured charges, we also provide evidence of perjury and subornation of perjury in the courtroom by ADA Angelica Gregory to win their conviction. In our defense, there was no defense.
After a review of available information by a host of professionals, it appears that a number of violations of criminal law occurred in the procurement of her original restraining order, and in court itself. It also suggests that the restraining order system has been exploited and manipulated in a most egregious manner. Preliminary information suggests that other private and governmental entities may have some complicity, which may or may not include the NYPD 6th Precinct detective and inspector, a prominent entertainment publicity firm and various personnel from the New York County District Attorney, the New York City Attorney’s Office, and the New York County Superior Court.
This case is one example of exploitation, manipulation, and constitutional and due process violations in the procurement of restraining orders, and the crimes of perjury and subornation of perjury occurring daily in the family, civil, and criminal courts in New York County. Virtually none receive the same type of media attention as this case. The wake of destruction and devastation as well as the untold damage that this abuse causes to children and families is truly shocking and heartbreaking.
We respectfully ask that the New York State Attorney General’s office initiate a formal inquiry regarding these egregious acts and appreciate any kindness you may offer. We also need to initiate action within the New York State Bar, the New York Commission on Judicial Performance, the NYPD Office of Inspector General, the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Civil Rights and Office of Inspector General, and the New York Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, (P.O.S.T.).
We are confident that if a fair, impartial and unbiased inquiry can be made, the resultant effects will be the discovery of numerous violations of criminal law and serious professional ethical violations as well, that will result in criminal convictions and necessitate legislative change of the current restraining order system, and hold those accountable who have demonstrated such disregard for our judicial system that commit actual crimes in order to wrongfully convict.
The following documents are what the prosecution based their case on. If you are to compare what had been sent to what had been said in court, perjury and the subornation of perjury are easily proved.
We appreciate and thank you for your attention to this most serious matter.
John M. Rinaldi.
court transcripts are available.
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