NY State Bar
Assistant District Attorney
City of New York,
kirkland & Ellis Associate
ABUSE of POWER.
The information contained in this document and it's attachments shall be considered an official Complaint to the State Bar of New York, and provides unequivocal proof of gross prosecutorial misconduct and criminal acts committed by Anjelica Gregory, New York State Bar.
These violations include, but are not limited to the following:
Rule 5-110 Performing the duty of a Member in Government Service
Rule 5-200 Trial Conduct
Rule 5-220 Suppression of Evidence
The State Bar is advised that this document is also provided to the New York State Grand Jury as supplemental information to the formal Public Corruption Complaint filed independently by a collaboration of Human Rights organizations, specifically naming Anjelica Gregory, NY State Bar #
The State Bar is distinctly advised that the prosecutorial misconducts and criminal acts of Ms. Anjelica Gregory detailed herein are not isolated incidents. They are part of a sustained pattern and course of misconduct, warrants criminal conviction, and necessitate permanent disbarment to protect the people of New York.
A substantial amount of supplemental documentation of this will further be provided to the State Bar, the New York State Grand Jury, the Center for Prosecutorial Integrity, and other Human Rights Organizations investigating Ms. Anjelica Gregory, New York State Bar.
BACKGROUND AND SYNOPSIS
In 2005, Mr. Chris Henchy and I met after a Broadway play. After introducing myself to him, he grabbed me and said that I had to meet his wife, Brooke Shields personally. There had been a gift sent that she was so in love with that she had told me point blank, 1. It was too nice to share, and 2. It would remain on her bed-room bureau... I was very pleased because throughout my life I had developed a sense of gratitude to the Shields' after their stepping in and having my abuser prosecuted. Through Mrs. Shields' kindness, I was no longer a victim of abuse, but a survivor..
After many kind words were exchanged, I gave a friendly man to man friendly punch-to-the- shoulder and said my good-byes making Mr. Henchy promise to take good care of Brooke, and that she was then very important to us.
There was no further communication from 2005 aside from my attending 2 or 3 Broadway shows.. There are equally that many that I had not seen, nor had any wish to given the subject matter of one, and the sole ‘singing’ of another. Incidentally, it was at a close friend’s club which I couldn’t frequented at no cost..
My father had died in November of 2012, and things that were once his became more valuable/sentimental to me. Roughly some time in 2014, I stumbled upon a gift Mrs. Teri Shields gave me personally out of the goodness of her heart. The loss of a parent is tough enough, but the loss of a grandparent is especially tragic because this relationship ends when the child is often quite too young and all they have are their young memories to hold on to. Since I was given such a kind gift of a heart shaped silver framed young Brooke, I felt obliged to return it to its rightful owner, Brooke with a comment that I thought her eldest daughter would appreciate it more that I. At the time it seemed to be the right thing to do- a 'paying it forward.' Brooke would later state in court that my gesture was a 'target-' which both the Ms. Shields and her attorney Assistant District Attorney Anjelica Gregory knew to be false. When all is said and done, I'd still repay the kindness- I'd still give it to her again. Brooke knows her children were never a target- she simply told the court what was needed to achieve the results wanted- me away no matter the cost. In this case, even if it was her committing perjury to do so.
And why not? Perjury is rarely enforceable.
In 2014, I received a mailing from Ms. Shields inviting me to several events to which she was to speak on behalf of a book she had published. During one event the mc was kind enough to ask if there were any questions in the audience, so I put my hand up. We spoke of my 'paying it forward' and attributed my philanthropic work to her mother who had been kind to a child a long time ago. Brooke then asked if there was a question, and I just said no. I had only wanted to say thank you. She moved on and before I knew it I had said, yeah I do have a question after-all.. but someone had already begun to speak, and Brooke smiled at me, and I smiled back.
The next event was several hours later at a book signing at Barnes and Noble- also personally invited through her social media. (If I was as they say, you'd think I would have been removed from her lists- I wasn't because I wasn't a threat.). While I joined the line to have my book signed, I didn't solicit a conversation, but when Brooke saw me, she quickly apologized for not getting to me to ask my question at the previous event.. She took it upon herself to engage me, I might add, and I did ask my question.
In just a few months later, I would run into Ms. Shields in my neighborhood. For the record, Ms. Shields moved within 2blocks of me.. and despite her living so close, I had only run into her a total of maybe 3 or 4 times over the course of many years. Again, if I was as they would you to think, I would have known about her living so close to me. But, I hadn't until they had publicized it. Also, Ms. Shields had stated that after the AOLBuild event in which I was invited to speak, it was only after that she seemed to see me with any regularity. This again proved that the only reason I was even on her radar was because I had just re-intorduced myself to her just a few months ago. Which proves my argument all along. I was a fan at age 14-16 when going through adolescents and having to hide my abuse sustained- I thought everyone who looked at me could see what my 38year old neighbor had done to me.. so, I had to front my fascination of Ms. Shields to be one-of-the-guys.
Again, if Ms. Shields is just a few doors down from my pharmacy that I've been loyally patronizing for over 20years, and a local Thrift store that I would visit several times a week... I'd think I would become somewhat a familiar staple. Yet, I wasn't- Ms. Shields wasn't a priority- in fact she was rarely thought of. Ms. Shields in her initial complaint had told the court that from 2003- 2012, I had sat in the front row of her shows some 10 times. This is another fabrication both known to Ms. Shields and Assistant District Attorney Anjelica Gregory. Through discovery, Ms. Shields listed events in which I had attended. She did not have any specifics from any shows- which again means it was compiled after the fact. Incidentally, you have to present a credit card with ID to pick up tickets. Ms. Shields willingly and with full knowledge filed a false police report.
The quantity and severity of the many criminal acts committed against me has been so expansive that it has drawn the attention of a number of Human Rights organizations, who for nearly 7 months have collaborated on a pro bono comprehensive investigation and have helped me file a formal public corruption complaint with the New York City County Grand Jury. Ms. Anjelica Gregory, State Bar # is one of the primary public officials identified in this corruption.
The evidence provided herein proves unequivocally that ADA Anjelica Gregory of the Manhattan DA's office violated her oath of office, abused public trust, and made a mockery of our judicial system in her relentless pursuit of a criminal conviction. Ms. Gregory is also on record for stating she would soon thereafter leave the District Attorney's office for her participation of putting 'away' innocent people.
Ms. Gregory is with no moral compass. She did in fact upgrade from her criminal activities to secure a position with a high profile law firm where the average take home bonus is upwards to $4,600,000 (according to company records.) I'd like to then add that I can understand her greed but the oath of a civil servant should be more respected as the honor and privilege is well established. I'd like to think that I too would sell out, but if I may be honest, no amount of money could buy 'my' integrity.
I'd like to also add that for close to two years, I was constantly asked/ begged to accept a disorderly conduct. With advise from Assemblyman O'Donnell, I was told to not accept any plea if I was innocent- which I was. He also warned me that as long as I was fighting a celebrity I would not win. But, at that point the only thing important to me was the lesson I would ultimately be instilling upon my little boy. and 'perjury wasn't one of them even if it meant my freedom.
Specifically, the facts and evidence herein establish:
The assumption of criminal behavior was based on the discovery from an extortion/ consumer site called Rip Off Report. This site defamed me in its accusations of being a child predator and running an illegal non profit. In 2010, thanks to Detective Paul Arroyo, these reviews were proven false. Yet, they remained because reports can not be removed. The only option was to then pay a $5,000- $100,000 service fee to have the reports 'buried.'
I could go on and on, but trust me when I say everything out of Ms Shields and Mr. Henche's mouths were lies. To further prove (my claims) any and all my actions and activities were/ are transparent on-line connected with evidentiary proof of no wrong-doing throughout multiple on-line sources referenced in court by prosecution.
FACTS AND EVIDENCE.
Dear Public Integrity.
To assist you in your discovery, I have published www.JohnMRinaldi.com
you can also review SandyHookCenTer.org.
Within the site, you will find more than enough to prove my position that Srgnt Kevin Blake viol. s. 175.3/4 to make quota/climb rank.
With all due respect, such gross abuse of power seems odd. Especially given Mr. Blake’s ranking within the NYPD. Now, we know how and why he rose to CO/Lieutenant.
This is also not unique to Mr. Blake- the cutting corner, the committing a misdemeanor crime. Disgraced NYPD Detective #JosephFranco, has been indicted the same thing.
In fact, if you google NYPD abuse of power, committing perjury you will find countless offenses.
Please look back soon.
Ms. Shields perjured a statement regarding her children and toys sent. The toy in question, did include a stuffed bear, but it wasn’t a toy. The bear was clearly identified as a Sandy Hook rescue, and he was actually given a name.
In fact, it was sent along with a Sandy Hook invite that was sponsored by Hallmark, and was captured by Getty Images.
The invite- the same exact invite sans a different recipient and their prospective addresses were also sent to:
actor Hugh Jackman
actress Sarah Jessica Parker
actress Liv Tyler and
actress Julianne Moore.
You will also have affidavits from them within the next few weeks.
John M. Rinaldi.
When the Police Become ProsecutorsOfficers quietly wield a lot of unchecked /abusive prosecutorial power.
By Alexandra Natapoff
Ms. Natapoff is a visiting law professor at Harvard Law School.
American voters have realized that prosecutors hold the keys to a fairer criminal justice system. In November’s elections, they replaced numerous incumbents with reformers who promised to reduce mass incarceration, its exorbitant costs and its racial disparities. Prosecutors are central to solving these problems because they control two of the most important decisions in the criminal process: who will be charged with a crime and what that criminal charge will be.
But in practice they do not decide alone. In the enormous world of misdemeanor processing, the police quietly wield a lot of prosecutorial authority. So for voters seeking change, switching prosecutors is only a partial solution.
In hundreds of misdemeanor courts in at least 14 states, police officers can file criminal charges and handle court cases, acting as prosecutor as well as witness and negotiator. People must defend themselves against, or work out plea deals with, the same police officers who arrested them for low-level offenses like shoplifting or trespassing.
Consider South Carolina, where most of the 400 magistrate and municipal courts had no prosecuting attorneys, according to a 2017 study by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. The police prosecuted their own misdemeanor arrests, while 90 percent of defendants had no lawyers and so faced the arresting officer-prosecutor on their own. South Carolina also does not require its lower-court judges to be lawyers, so thousands of convictions occur without input from a single attorney.
The police in other states can end up as de facto prosecutors, even without formal charging authority. Prosecutors typically lack the time and resources to screen hundreds of minor arrests, and so most arrests are routinely prosecuted. This lack of initial screening manifests in low declination rates — the rate at which prosecutors “decline” arrests and decide not to bring formal criminal charges.
In Mecklenburg, N.C., for example, the prosecutorial declination rate for drug offenses was only 4 percent, according to a study by the Vera Institute of Justice. For drug offenses brought against African-American women at the time, it was zero; every single arrest became a formal criminal charge. In Texas, the non-traffic misdemeanor declination rate in municipal court was around 8 percent in 2015. In Alaska, it was less than 4 percent. In jurisdictions with such low declination rates, over 90 percent of arrests convert to criminal charges without much scrutiny; getting arrested is tantamount to being charged with a crime.
In contrast, federal prosecutors decline about one-third of felony cases, and some jurisdictions screen misdemeanors more rigorously too. In Baltimore, prosecutors decline over 20 percent of disorderly conduct and disturbing-the-peace arrests at the jail, sending people home before anyone has to go to court. The Bronx district attorney decided to stop prosecuting trespass arrests in 2012 based on police reports alone. Two years later, the Brooklyn district attorney began declining many marijuana possession arrests. In November, Rachael Rollins became Boston’s first female African-American district attorney based partly on her campaign promise to automatically decline 15 types of minor crimes such as disorderly conduct and drug possession.
In places like those, prosecutors are performing the vital gatekeeping role that has earned them such broad discretion. But when prosecutors do not screen thoroughly, the police become accidental prosecutors, deciding, in effect, not only who will be arrested but also who will be charged with a crime.
A minor criminal charge can have ruinous consequences. People accused of misdemeanors are under heavy pressure to plead guilty, especially if they are incarcerated and cannot afford bail. Misdemeanor defendants often do not get lawyers and must make crucial decisions without legal advice.
While charges are pending, they may lose their jobs, disrupt their child care or risk their immigration status. Even when cases are dismissed, as about one-third of misdemeanor charges eventually are, defendants must still resist pressures to plead guilty, for weeks or even months.
If cases are not dismissed, well over 90 percent of defendants will plead guilty. They will then struggle with fines, probation, perhaps jail, and permanent criminal records that can derail their future employment, housing and education. It turns out that simply being arrested and charged with a minor offense is a long and painful step toward being convicted of one.
Those initial police decisions are crucial in another way: Arrests determine who will end up in the misdemeanor pipeline. African-Americans make up nearly 30 percent of national misdemeanor arrests although they represent some 12 percent of the population. Marijuana arrests are especially skewed by race; blacks are four times more likely than whites to be arrested for possession, even though the two groups use marijuana at the same rates. In many cities, people of color are disproportionately arrested for jaywalking, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. These racially skewed policing decisions begin an official process that formally criminalizes millions of people of color every year.
That enormous misdemeanor process constitutes the bulk of the American criminal system. Thirteen million misdemeanor cases are filed annually — that’s 80 percent of all state criminal dockets. This is how our criminal system works most of the time, for the most people.
There are many ways that the police and prosecutors can improve the misdemeanor system, mostly by shrinking it. The police can deploy low-level arrests less often and in more targeted and strategic ways, as many community policing programs already do. And they can focus on reducing racial disparities.
Prosecutors should devote more time and resources to screening misdemeanors so that minor arrests do not become criminal charges so easily and so often. The ultimate aim — and the thing voters should demand in the next election — is to ease the flood of misdemeanor arrests and convictions that quietly derails millions of people’s lives every year and that exacerbates some of the worst injustices of our criminal system.
Alexandra Natapoff is a visiting law professor at Harvard Law School and a law professor at the University of California, Irvine School of Law. She is the author of the forthcoming book “Punishment Without Crime: How Our Massive Misdemeanor System Traps the Innocent and Makes America More Unequal.”
THIS is the sexy shirtless pic sent to titilate Ms. Shields?
I'm gay you idiot.
Gavin deBecker places Stalkers based upon level of Romantic interest.
Gavin deBecker, you are a hack.
Hugh Jackman, Sarah Jessica Parker, Liv Tyler, + Brooke all were sent the same letter.
If you didn't want to support Gun Reform, you didn't have to go through so much trouble.
Hugh Jackman, Sarah Jessica Parker, Liv Tyler, + Brooke all were sent the same letter.
If you didn't want to support Gun Reform, you didn't have to go through so much trouble.
“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche