John Michael "Scully" O'Sullivan, Taken from us way too soon...
This case shows how they do it! the Estate of Macias v. Ihde, 219 F.3d
1018, 1028-29 (9th Cir. 2000):
The Appellants contend that the district
court "fundamentally misconstrued" the constitutional deprivation at
issue in this case. They maintain that the alleged constitutional deprivation
occurred when the defendants failed to provide Mrs. Macias with equal police
protection in the months leading up to her death. Their brief states: 35
The district court erred in determining
that there was insufficient evidence of actual causation in part, by
misconstruing [the Appellants']
constitutional injury as `murder' rather than `lack of equal
protection.' By so doing, the court ignored the evidence that [the Appellees']
arbitrary failure to enforce the law caused [Mrs. Macias] to suffer not only
her murder on April 15, 1996, but the three months of harassment, stalking, and
death threats that proceeded it.
So during your civil proceeding Case No.: 2:08-cv-02269-kjm-EFB with Magistrate Edmund F. Brennan, within days of John's murder, we sought a protection order from Magistrate Brennan because pierson refused to enforce, not just our restraining order, but 4 others. Magistrate Brennan refused to protect us even win John's neighbor murdered him. Vern Pierson can use the elements in the above case in "crap shoot" that will result in the murder of those who are suing him. Sounds crazy, but crazy people do crazy things, and crazy peopel can get elected to office.