The site initially contained Sutcliffe's personal story about police
corruption and numerous other claims of official corruption, misconduct or otherwise illegal activity by judges. The site became notorious of
its citation of an early U.S. Supreme Court Case, U.S. -vs- John Bad Elk, which stated the acceptability of killing an officer during an
attempted arrest when the arresting officer had no legal authority to
make the arrest. In conjunction with this legal citation, the website
offered a parody reward for individuals who "legally" had to kill a
police officer in the course of an attempted 'illegal' or false arrest. The site then offered additional legal reference materials to help
readers determine what constitutes an 'illegal' arrest. The
site also named two California municipal court judges, and one superior
court judge, and claimed all three were violating California laws. The
municipal court judges named were Debra Wong Yang and Lisa Hart[less] Cole.
Lisa Hart Cole.
Lisa Hart Cole was exposed in 1998 by Sutcliffe on killercop.com of sitting as a judge with no Oath of Office, for over four years. She later swore and filed the Oath of Office after the exclusive investigation and exposure on killercop.com.
Lisa Hart Cole, Oath Of The Office.
FILED AFTER MY INVESTIGATION AND REPORT ON THIS SITE.
The L.A.P.D. Training Bulletin here, published two years before the censorship, states: In
a society where the right of free speech and assembly is guaranteed by
the Federal and State Constitutions, it is the responsibility of police
officers to ensure the protection of Constitutional Rights of all
members of the public. That's all, not some. but all.
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) has raised questions about Yang's departure as U.S. attorney in light of the subsequent firing of seven US
Attorneys. Yang's office had opened an investigation into the
relationship between Rep. Jerry Lewis (R-CA) and a lobbyist five months before she left to join the law firm that represented Rep. Lewis. Yang has denied that any pressure was put on her to resign. Dianne Goldman Berman Feinstein (born June 22, 1933) is currently the
senior U.S. Senator from California, having held office as a senator
since 1992. ... Charles Jeremy Jerry Lewis (born
October 21, 1934), an American politician, has been a Republican member
of the United States House of Representatives since 1979, representing
the 41st District of California. ...Sutcliffe accused Debra Wong Yang from within killercop.com as being corrupt. Debra Wong Yang later prosecuted Sutcliffe after being appointed as a U.S. Attorney in
the Central District of California. Sutcliffe subpoenaed her at his
trial, but the judge, Alvin Howard Matz, denied this right by saying: "[i]t
would be a huge sea change in the administration of [criminal] justice to have the
personal backgrounds of whoever happens to be U.S. Attorney at a given
time become a basis to issue subpoenas."
resident Michael Ian Campbell was arrested under the same charges of 18
U.S.C. 875(c), as Sutcliffe, however Campbell ultimately pled guilty to
the charges of transmitting a threat in interstate commerce. On Friday,
April 28, 2000, Campbell was sentenced to four months in prison followed by three years of supervised release. "Both the prosecution and the defense were surprised by the severity of the sentence."
While Sutcliffe was serving this illegal sentence he filed a Writ of Coram Nobis. In reply Judge Matz arrogantly admitted the sentence imposed on Sutcliffe is, and continues to be, illegal.
The government took no steps to correct it, and because Sutcliffe was
denied assistance of counsel he was unable to appeal it and was forced
to serve out the entire illegal sentence in maximum-security prison, in
Special Agent Kenneth McGuire created a Power Point presentation and digitized Sutcliffe's personal identifying information (his signature)
and allowed it to be transmitted on the Internet. Sutcliffe claims this
is a violation of the same law he was charged under by the F.B.I., as
well as a violation of California Penal Code 530.5(d)(2). Sutcliffe has called for the arrest of the agent in his book, Myth America: A Global Double Crossing.
The Federal Appeal Sutcliffe's appeal was being heard by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit is a federal court with
appellate jurisdiction over the district courts in the following
districts: District of Alaska District of Arizona Central District of
California Eastern District of California Northern District of
California Southern District of California District of Hawaii... Sutcliffe appealed his conviction by Debra Wong Yang in case number: CA 04-50189 One
of numerous issues raised was judge Matz's ruling that Sutcliffe had to
proceed through the federal trial without the assistance of counsel guaranteed by the Six Amendment, a part of the Bill of Rights.
Another issue raised was judge Matz's decision to deny Sutcliffe the right to subpoena Debra Wong Yang in his trial to establish the connection to killercop.com. A subpoena is a command to appear at a certain time and place to give testimony upon a certain matter issue...
Debra Wong Yang's Reply Brief to Sutcliffe's Brief can be read here.
Sutcliffe's Reply Brief to Debra Wong Yang's Reply can be read here.
Ninth Circuit allowed Sutcliffe's appeal counsel, appointed through the
Federal Public Defenders office, to "quit." Sutcliffe objected here. Sutcliffe stated the conflict with the Federal Public Defender's office and asked that the next counsel appointed NOT be appointed through the Federal Public Defender's office.
SUTCLIFFE: " I'm just letting the court know that I'm standing, and that is my way of not interrupting, not having an outburst, but I want the court to recognize that when I stand, I have an objection which I wish to make on the record. First off, I object that his motion is going in front of my motion. My motion to recuse him for ineffective assistance of counsel predates his. I'd like to be heard first. First in line, first served."
THE COURT LATER IGNORED THIS THEN RELEASED THE OTHER ATTORNEY WITHOUT DEALING WITH THE ISSUE, JUST TO KEEP THE FACTS AND TRUTH OFF THE RECORD.
A copy of the oral argument can be heard here. Pretrial briefs and transcripts and other case files located here.
has taken one gang related site seriously enough to conduct a full
investigation: The owners of KillerCop.com, which suggested rewards for
people who kill police officers in creative ways, were eventually convinced to take the site down before any potential charges were pressed."
"The only intervention to date was with the creators of KillerCop.com, which offered a reward for the
most creative way to kill a policeman. It soon disappeared after the
LAPD began to talk about charges to incite murder." "One
part of the life that has not been seen much online is the crime.
Zeglin recalls one Web site, www.killercop.com, that offered rewards
for murdering Los Angeles police officers a few years ago. But since the LAPD had that site removed, Zeglin has not seen street gangs doing anything illegal online."
disgruntled ex-employees dream of revenge against their former bosses,
but Steven Sutcliffe, who lost his job at Global Crossing in September
2001, didn't just dream about revenge -- he actually did something
about it. And now he's been convicted of identity theft and making
threats to harm Global Crossing executives, for which he faces a long
stretch up river. Sutcliffe set up a Website dedicated to making
threats against his former employers, such as former chairman and fat
cat Gary Winnick (see Winnick Walks). But the FBI recently put the
kibosh on Sutcliffe's site, where he allegedly posted messages
threatening to injure his former colleagues -- threats that included
such plangent cris du coeur as 'I will personally send you back to the
hell from where you came.' The FBI is accusing Sutcliffe of being
instrumental in one Global Crossing employee's identity theft as he
allegedly posted social security numbers, dates of birth, and other
personal details, about Global Crossing brass. The FBI also says
Sutcliffe had another site dedicated to threatening Los Angeles Police
Officers. News reports say the site offered rewards for the killing of
law enforcement officers. Sutcliffe faces up to 30 years behind bars --
probably just long enough to see the investment community get excited
about global networks again." — Ray Le Maistre, International Editor, Boardwatch
In 1989, when he was much younger, Sutcliffe appeared on The Dating Game and won. (Apparently the female contestant, Tracy Ray, could not resist Sutcliffe's "deep voice.") The Dating Game was an ABC television show that first aired on December
20, 1965 and was the first of many shows created and packaged by Chuck
Barris from the 1960s through the 1980s. ... Sutcliffe appeared in the movie OCEAN'S 13, playing a High Roller. Oceans Thirteen will be the sequel to the 2004 film Oceans 12. ... He got his break into show business playing an F.B.I. agent on the hit T.V. show NUMB3RS. In 2009 he appeared on CSI: Vegas, as a prison guard.
Misc. Facts. None
of the emails from police officers threatening to shoot and beat up
Sutcliffe and calling him a nigger, was ever to date investigated by
the F.B.I., or any other police agency, in what the author calls a 'tri
selecta non-investiga' of the police, for the police, and by the
police. Authorities have no comment. Seriously. No comment.And they are making sure you have none either.
Contemptible police tactics - Cops raid the home of a licensed medical marijuana provider in Washington, handcuff the fourteen year old son and put a gun to his head, and search the nineteen year old daughter and take the contents of her mickey-mouse wallet.
How To Survive Traffic Stops in America, Submit, Instantly! - What the cops want is immediate obedience and submission. Many cops are ex-military and view the civilian motorists of America about like they viewed the hapless peasants of Iraq and Afghanistan, that is, with contempt, not as fellow citizens deserving of civility and respect. It is a possibly lethal mistake to do anything other than submit, instantly and obey! Or be ready to shoot first. But aim high.