ROMERO VS. CITY OF OXNARD AND OXNARD POLICE DEPARTMENT– COURT HEARING

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Senior Officer John Brisslinger, the highest-ranking officer implicated in the killing of Alfonso Limon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MONDAY MAY 12, 2014 t, 8:30am,

Dept. 27 at the Ventura County Superior Court,
located at 800 South Victoria Avenue in Ventura CA.

Francisco Romero, represented by the Law Offices of James P. Segall-Gutierrez, has a court hearing for the five citations  that resulted from participating in the March for Justice-Protest Against Police  Brutality last October. The hearing is regarding our request to obtain specific personnel records of several Oxnard Police Officers, including the Chief of Police.
Recently, the Law Offices of James P. Segall-Gutierrez won the motion to compel discovery, namely the video footage taken by undercover Oxnard Police Officers doing surveillance during the protest in case-in-matter. Some of the footage and police reports were written by Senior Officer John Brisslinger, one of the nine police officers implicated in the killing of Alfonso Limon, Jr.

These citations are an attempt by the police and city to contain our communities’ growing movement to denounce misconduct, brutality and extra-judicial killings by the Oxnard Police Department. Trial is tentatively set to take place on June 17th.

For more information, please contact:
Law Offices of James P. Segall-Gutierrez
James P. Segall-Gutierrez
Office: (562) 321-5950
6709 Greenleaf Ave., Ste. 202 Whittier, CA 90601
jpsglaw@gmail.com

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One thought on “ROMERO VS. CITY OF OXNARD AND OXNARD POLICE DEPARTMENT– COURT HEARING

  1. I appreciate you’re providing this information. It is very valuable to concerned patriots like myself. Moreover, I’d like lend you my support and my willingness to assist you in any way if the opportunity presents itself. I would support any demonstrations that are planned, marches, protests, planting signs throughout the city, etc., etc. and writing letters or making presentations before the city council that meet your approval. In my opinion, more public demonstrations would be helpful, more attention gathering and more solicitation of community involvement. If there is anything I can do to promote this please call on me.
    I would suggest supermarket entrances, bank entrances, even pedestrian signs along our main arteries, announcing the hearing and trial date and time all would benefit the cause. My health would be the only excuse I would have for not participating in these suggestions. Thank you.

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