David Allyn Dokich - Serial Child Rapist / High Risk Sex Offender

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Jessica's Law signature drive today in San Jacinto

Assemblyman Russ BoghAssemblyman Russ Bogh continues his Jessica's Law signature drive today.

Assemblyman Bogh will be collecting signatures to qualify Jessica’s Law (the Sexual Predator Punishment and Control Act of 2006) for the November 2006 ballot.

Free fingerprinting services will be provided for all parents who wish to have their children fingerprinted.

WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2006
9am – 1pm

WHERE: Youth Basketball Day
Valley Wide Recreation Center
901 W. Esplanade
San Jacinto, CA

Assemblyman Bogh represents the 65th Assembly District, which includes portions of Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

For all of our readers in the San Jacinto area, get over there and help get Jessica's Law on the ballot.


Friday, January 20, 2006

Day 262 - Recap, the Barbara Stanton Show

Barbara StantonBarbara Stanton showJoe from Phelan, Julie from Corona, 'Molly' and your very own fearless blogger were guests on the Barbara Stanton show.

We had so much to share that the 2 hours felt more like 20 minutes.
Barbara Stanton show
We all had a chance to speak live on the air about what we have been going through. Barb was really shocked to hear about our ordeal and all the lies people in parole like Lisa Abma tell. She got a real kick out of the videos, especially the 'Lisa Abma Gone Wild' video. She thought I did a great job reporting. Thanks Barb!

You know, people in parole may try to lie but the camera doesn't. They are used to getting away with these things, but those days are over.

Joe had a bunch of Jessica's Law / Barbara Stanton Show t-shirts made. They are incredible, Joe went way above and beyond this time, thanks Joe!

Barb is fantastic and truly cares about helping make our communities safer. We thank her for the opportunity to tell our story and look forword to working with her in the future.


We will be on local talk radio today

Barbara StantonToday we will be on the Barbara Stanton Show.

Barbara is a strong child safety advocate and is pushing hard for Jessica's Law.

We will be speaking about, amonst other things, David Allyn Dokich and my court case with parole.

It should be interesting, give it a listen.

960 on your am dial.

We should be on between 1 pm and 4 pm.

All you losers in parole may want to take an extended lunch break, we will be talking about you. Your days of operating in the shadows are over.


Thursday, January 19, 2006

The Rent a Fence is gone

The Rent a Fence placed around the clown house has been removed.

This was paid for by either parole or CDCR. Check that, it was paid for by you and your tax dollars.

Why it was ever put up is anyones guess. A fence is not much use when they leave the gates open all the time.

Since the fence has been removed it would appear parole does not expect David Dokich to return.


Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Opinion: Predator Politics

The Legislature's reluctance to toughen laws governing California's worst sexual offenders is a shame. But when elected representatives refuse to act, voters can always resort to the initiative process.

Senate Democrats announced legislation last week aimed at curtailing violent sexual predators. Senate Bill 1128 by Elaine Alquist, D-Santa Clara, is intended as an alternative to "Jessica's Law," a Republican-backed bill that would boost sentences for certain sex crimes and require lifetime satellite monitoring of paroled sexual predators.

At the moment, Alquist's bill contains only a list of findings and declarations, so it's impossible to judge the legislation on its merits. In general, the bill calls for longer sentences for child rapists and increased penalties for child pornography, more monitoring of parolees and mandatory treatment of sex offenders in prison.

But it's worth noting that those same Senate Democrats, Alquist included, wasted no time on Jan. 10 killing half a dozen bills designed to do all that and more. Among the casualties was SB 588 -- Jessica's Law. And every one of those bills went down on straight party-line votes.

Californians should question why the majority party in Sacramento stubbornly refuses to pass stronger laws against sex offenders. Fact is, the Democrat-controlled Legislature has blocked or voted down more than 30 Republican-sponsored bills aimed at predators in the last year.

Some crimes are so heinous that the perpetrators should never again be allowed to walk free. Child rape is one such crime. The best prevention is to ensure predators are kept from hunting their prey. Where better than behind bars?

Click here to read the complete article


V I C T O R Y

Today I won the temporary restraining order case brought against me by parole supervisor Lisa Abma.

Here is a recap of everything to do with this court case.

Thursday, November 3rd - While we were protesting parole supervisor Lisa Abma showed up in a parole vehicle driven by parole agent Kammert. She said she was there to serve Cease and Desist orders on protesters. I thought this was odd at the time because it's my understanding you cannot be your own process server.

While Lisa Abma was at the protest I was video taping her and asking her questions. Look for the video called "Lisa Abma Gone Wild" to see for yourself.

A few days after this incident we learned that the Cease and Desist orders Lisa Abma brought to the protest were phoney. They were made to look like Cease and Desist orders to the layman, but were indeed fakes.

We believe this was an attempt by parole to shut down the protesting. We had been protesting for 6 months at that point. Parole had said early on they were going to "hunker down" and wait us out. Well obviously that did not work.

November 17th - We were at the halfway house protesting. A parole agent vehicle driven by parole agent Kammert approached me and dropped a Temporary Restraining Order at my feet. I looked to us that since the fake Cease and Desist orders did not work, parole was trying something else to shut down the protest.

I was the only one to get a TRO. Why? Probably because I started this blog and they see it as a threat. Parole feels, based on comments made by parole agent Kammert, that all of the protesters are my "minions". Everyone is protesting because I tell them to. If I had that kind of influence I would have them making me dinner every night.

They may have also felt that if they could paint me in a bad way, tarnish my reputation, it would end the protesting.

I started working with a local paralegal, Tom Hayden. He came highly recommended and I could see why. This man knows the law inside an out. I worked on the internet law, Tom worked on the Anti-SLAPP law. Tom prepared all of the court paperwork. Tom also lined me up with an attorney who offered to take the case pro bono because she felt it was a good cause. More on her later.

November 30th - First court hearing for TRO. I had about a dozen protesters with me, some even came from Norco and Phelan. Lisa Abma had about six people with her, all seemed to be from parole. One was Doris Mahlum, a district administrator.

Now this was an important observation. Some of the protesters have gone through the TRO process due to abusive relationships. They tell me they brought support in the form of family and friends, not people from their work like Lisa Abma did.

We were seated before the honorable Pamela Thatcher, Commissioner.

The basis of Lisa Abma's claim was that the blog was causing her grief, poor thing. People were calling her names, mommy make them stop, sniff sniff.

Lisa Abma was of the belief that I was responsible for others when they expressed their opinions and that it was my responsibilty to moderate others comments. Fortunately we do not live under the rule of the Taliban in this country.

Lisa Abma has a penchant for taking things out of context. For example, she said to the court that I threatened to come to her house. What I said, and it's on video, is "maybe we will come to your house and protest". That is a far cry from "threatening" to come to her house to do her harm.

Lisa Abma also claimed, on the record, that I was calling her a child molester. Wrong again Lisa. I was asking her questions when she came to the protest, such as "are you taking money from the house" and "are you a child molester". Questions are quite different from statements. Again, this is on video.

Lisa Abma brought with her as evidence a stack of paper about 3 inches thick. Actually someone else from parole carried it in. What was this stack? Every comment posted here. At the time that would have been about 1,600 comments.

My defense was simple. We are lawfully protesting the placement of a High Risk Sex Offender near children. We are exercising our First Amendment rights to speak out about this subject. We are using the methods provided to us by the founding fathers and the Constitution to redress grievances we have with our government.

Further, Title 47, section 230 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 clearly states I am not responsible for the comments of others, and said comments are hyperbole, in other words, opinions, not statements in fact. All the folks from parole were squirming in their seats when I read that. They thought they had me, ha!

I also had a video on CD showing that Lisa Abma's claims of what happened when she tried to server the phoney Cease and Desist orders were false.

Commissioner Thatcher orders us to return December 12th at 9 am to exchange evidence. She sets January 4th as a date to discuss the evidence. She also sets January 18th as the day she will make her ruling.

December 12th - I met Lisa Abma in the hallway of the Hemet court. I gave her a copy of the video from November 3rd. She gave me a copy of all the blog comments she had printed out.

I waited behind and started reading the papers she had given me while she left. I did not want her to be able to claim I followed her. Little did she know someone was in the parking lot video taping her coming and leaving the court.

January 4th - This was our hearing to discuss the evidence. During court and on the record Lisa Abma claimed I followed her outside the court on December 12th and intimidated her by standing right by her. Again, we have video showing this is a lie. Watch the "Lisa Abma is a Liar" video to see for yourself.

I also objected to the blog comments being submitted into evidence. The commisioner denied my request.

I then made an oral argument for a special motion to strike as provided for by 425.16 of California code. The commissioner asked that I submit it in writing and serve Lisa Abma via mail.

425.16 is California's Anti-SLAPP statute. SLAPP means Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation. The Legislature finds and declares that there has been a disturbing increase in lawsuits brought primarily to chill the valid exercise of the constitutional rights of freedom of speech and petition for the redress of grievances. The Legislature finds and declares that it is in the public interest to encourage continued participation in matters of public significance, and that this participation should not be chilled through abuse of the judicial process. To this end, this section shall be construed broadly.

January 18th - Again, I had protesters with me from as far away as Norco and Phelan. They are fantastic people and dedicated to our cause.

Lisa Abma only had one person with her, her lackey agent Kammert. What happened to all her support from parole? Where was parole district administrator Doris Maylum this time?

It looks like they bailed on her and left her flailing about on her own. They probaly saw the "Lisa Abma is a Liar" video and decided to distance themselves from the situation. There has always been speculation that parole made Lisa Abma do this on her own. That way if they lost it was on her, not them.

I also brought my secret weapon, local attorney Diana Renteria. If things did not go my way, she was ready to deal with it.

Commissioner Pamela Thatcher was ready with her ruling. A hush fell over the court room.

The commissioner started by addressing my special motion to strike. She cited 425.16, section (e) As used in this section, "act in furtherance of a person's right of petition or free speech under the United States or California Constitution in connection with a public issue" includes: sub section (3) - any written or oral statement or writing made in a place open to the public or a public forum in connection with an issue of public interest.

Commisioner Thatcher agreed with the special motion to strike. Case over, victory!

This was a huge relief for me personally. If I had lost, I would have been under a restraining order for 3 years. That would have prevented me from being within a certain distance of parole supervisor Lisa Abma. I would also have prevented me from going to her work or home. That was not an issue for me as I have never gone to her place of work or home, nor do I have any reason to. What bothered me was having this tarnish my character. That was very distressing. I have dedicated over 9 months of my life to protecting children and women from predators. The other problem was that if we were protesting and Lisa Abma showed up, I would have to leave.

Fortunately it did not come to that. No more restless nights. No more waking up with leg cramps. That was a first for me and it was not pleasant.

As a matter of fact, when I got home today I laid down dead tired. The phone rang a couple hours later. It was the first time in months where I was truly asleep. You know the type of sleep where when you wake up it takes you a minute to get your bearings. The type of sleep when you wake up you are not sure what day or time it is. That is the type of sleep I have been missing. Oh I can't tell you how great it was. Joy for me.

Beyond myself, this was a huge victory for all the protesters, good honest folk trying to protect children from predators. Had parole prevailed, they could have used the same tactics to shut down protests in other communities. The reverse has happened.

Update: I originally thought this was now case law, it is not because it did not go through the appellate court. However, we know how to beat parole, and should they try this again, we are ready.

So where do we go from here? Well I can tell you we are not done. We are in this fight until the state stops dumping dangerous predators and felons into our communities. I think the days of communities silently taking it are over. We have risen up together and we have prevailed.

I want to thank everyone for your support.

All the protesters from Mead Valley, Norco and Phelan, you were great and you do not know how much it meant to me to have you at my side in this battle.

To my attorney Diana Renteria, I thank you for your time and willingness to fight for a just cause.

To my paralegal Tom Hayden, I could not have done it without you buddy, you are the best.

And finally to my good friend "Molly" I thank you for your strength and perseverance. You are remarkable.

Never give up, never surrender!


Child molester / former priest being released from prison

Edward Anthony Rodrigue, child molester, ex-priestEdward Anthony Rodrigue, a former priest from the Inland Empire, accused in lawsuits of molesting at least 19 altar boys, is due to be released from prison next week to a downtown San Bernardino halfway house, according to the Press Enterprise.

Rodrigue, a twice-convicted child molester who once told police he abused dozens of boys during his 20 years as a Catholic priest. He is scheduled to live in a group home in a decaying residential neighborhood along Interstate 215.

The former priest has no plans but is excited about his scheduled Jan. 25 release from a state prison near Corcoran, said his brother, Tom Rodrigue.

"I still have a lot of concerns about his release because he is a pedophile, and he'll be a pedophile until he dies," said Tom Rodrigue, who visits his brother monthly in prison. "There is no cure for it, and I just hope that he basically stays in a halfway house with other adults and he is never around kids."

The former priest has been told that upon his release, he will be fitted with an ankle bracelet equipped with a GPS monitoring device so parole officials can track his movements, his brother said.

"He told me he thinks it's going to be tough," Tom Rodrigue said. "I agree with him, but it's like if you're an alcoholic, you take it one day at a time and you cope as best as possible. I keep emphasizing to him that his coping is staying away from kids."

Click here to read the Press Enterprise story.


Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Meet the perverts caught in the sting operation

The following men were arrested for various felony charges of attempted child molestation.

They have not been found guilty of these charges, yet.

Since they allegedly used the Internet to try to have sex with children, it seems appropriate to use the Internet to expose them.

Corey Abraham Ahia
09/14/1980
Fontana

Corey Abraham Ahia
Rafiullah Sayed Ahmadi
04/27/1984
San Diego

Rafiullah Sayed Ahmadi

Daniel Allen
03/15/1957
Los Angeles


Daniel Allen
Walter Edward Babst
05/06/1962
Corona
Teacher -Bonita High School

Walter Edward Babst

Thomas Bodnar
06/12/1963
Ontario
Registered Sex Offender

Thomas Bodnar
Richer Daniel Breault
07/13/1986
Bellflower


Richer Daniel Breault


Michael James Burks
06/02/1975
Bellflower
Department of Homeland Security

Michael James Burks
Eddie Chan
unknown
Norwalk


Eddie Chan

Spencer Cho
09/11/1978
Los Angeles

Spencer Cho
Stephen Walter Coates
04/04/1949
Santa Monica

Stephen Walter Coates


Nicholas Cocos
09/13/1980
Whittier

Nicholas Cocos
Paul Constantinescu
10/07/1965
Hollywood

Paul Constantinescu

Jorge S. Correa
05/03/1979
Los Angeles

Jorge S. Correa
Gregg Paul Diederich
02/26/1963
San Dimas

Gregg Paul Diederich

Joseph Federico
12/10/1969
Anaheim

Joseph Federico
Roberto Forte
01/28/1951
Tustin

Roberto Forte

Eric Hernan Gamonal
04/19/1978
Woodland Hills

Eric Hernan Gamonal
Eduardo Ernesto Guillen
01/05/1971
Riverside

Eduardo Ernesto Guillen

Alvin Joseph Hall
08/05/1981
Riverside

Alvin Joseph Hall
Charles Carlton Harding
07/26/1940
Anaheim

Charles Carlton Harding

William Lawrence Havey
12/27/1982
29 Palms

William Lawrence Havey
Mitchell Rhodes Heylek
04/10/1982
Arcadia

Mitchell Rhodes Heylek

Andre Jackson
04/11/1980
Compton

Andre Jackson
Philip Thomas Jaruhungsin
12/27/1977
Ontario

Philip Thomas Jaruhungsin

Gregory John Karnos
05/18/1956
Duarte
Registered Sex Offender

Gregory John Karnos
Abraham Anthony Koujababian
09/05/1971
Granada Hills

Abraham Anthony Koujababian

Kurt Horst Lemke
07/18/1968
San Bernardino


Kurt Horst Lemke
Robert Emmet Lyons
08/25/1957
Montclair
Registered Sex Offender

Robert Emmet Lyons

John Gardner Mahon
05/22/1950
Oak View

John Gardner Mahon
Jerry Wayne Martin-Kosis
05/02/1975
Tarzana

Jerry Wayne Martin-Kosis

Daryl Medley
12/28/1972
Laverne

Daryl Medley
Christopher Peter Moore
12/13/1971
Hermosa Beach

Christopher Peter Moore

Karampal Singh Nakai
07/27/1985
Fontana

Karampal Singh Nakai
Hyung K. Paek
07/11/1973
Los Angeles

Hyung K. Paek

Erik Kristian Pallesen
04/29/1986
Anaheim

Erik Kristian Pallesen
Daniel Pulido
08/08/1965
Corona

Daniel Pulido

Sebastian Rodriguez Jr.
08/11/1985
North Hollywood

Sebastian Rodriguez Jr.
Maurice Ruiz
03/18/1960
San Dimas

Maurice Ruiz

Michael Jason Seibert
04/04/1980
Anaheim

Michael Jason Seibert
Inderjeet Singh
01/07/1983
Fontana

Inderjeet Singh

Scott Allen Smith
02/15/1966
San Diego

Scott Allen Smith
Gilbert Tito Sutherland
03/29/1979
Garden Grove

Gilbert Tito Sutherland


Danny Lee Swinney
05/05/1965
Simi Valley

Danny Lee Swinney
John Christopher Weaver
05/30/1978
Van Nuys

John Christopher Weaver

Jean Pierre Michael Wehry
12/06/1957
Huntington Beach
Registered Sex Offender

Jean Pierre Michael Wehry
Victor Ray Wells
09/27/1956
Highland


Victor Ray Wells

Keith Allen Williams
04/27/1973
Hawthorne

Keith Allen Williams
Christopher Urban
07/11/1979
Rancho Cucamonga

Christopher Urban


Source: Riverside County Sheriff's Department

Thanks to Redneck for the tip.



 
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