Prosecuting Attorney Joe Gagnon And Attorneys Holbrook And O’Connell Guilty of Covering Up Police Brutality

Updated 9/27/2017 – 8am with corrections of “sentence structure, spelling, additions and deletions. AND…
I make NO apologies for sharing the truth about those who I have documented as being GUILTY of the below crimes. As a Marine…my favourite quote is “I fear God and no others” and combined with my oath to the Constitution to protect this country from enemies foreign and domestic…I continue to obey that promise to fight against and expose those who I consider “domestic enemies” with this case being one example.
Contrary to the latest smear/slandering of me with lies campaign by rogue and domestic terrorist enemy of the United States… attorney Mary C. O’Connell, I do what I do not with “bullets” but with the TRUTH! It matters not who they are or what they do…whether they wear “black or blue”, a skirt or a suit, or what they title is in the sight of man, I will with God’s help and inspiration expose their works of darkness knowing I am “God inspired” to do so. This is not to say there are not others (Oath Keepers ?) who might revenge the death of Michael S. Stewart if he ends up murdered at the hands of others because of the injustice of this case but that will not be my doing.
Whether in the case of Michael S. Stewart below or Toni Anderson, the Shoar’s family or any and all things related to “Indian Country”, exposing/naming FBI agents working with drug cartels, pedophiles in the government etc etc etc, my Blog is dedicated to exposing the workers of Satan and their works of evil including those who have attacked me personally being sent by Satan himself to try to destroy me in the process.  
This scripture defines my work… “We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” It is those below who I identify and expose in this blog and most all others.   Richard Boyden

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The information about this case and all involved is going to be in the NATIONAL MEDIA… !!!!! You are going to become FAMOUS! 🙂

Clinton County Prosecutor and Kansas City Attorney Mary C. O’Connell representing NKCPD Officer Bill Ficken (and others named below) are DOCUMENTED to have committed felony crimes in this case of the cover-up of the brutal beating by named police officers of Former Police Chief and Police Officer Michael S. Stewart!

In fact…if they have their way with the “Court”…Michael S. Stewart will be murdered if sent back to jail for crimes he did not commit and being he is a “Former Cop” they all know that and that IS exactly what they want including the Judge that ruled against him in his original case!

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Clinton County Prosecutor Joe Gagnon along with Attorney Mary C. O’Connell (and other named attorneys below) conspired together with their “clients” North Kansas City Police Department Officers Bill Ficken, Patrick Romaine and Christopher Kimmel and Kevin Freeman to first deny and hide and/or ALTER (say DISCOVERY) a video of the the assault that took place at North Kansas City Hospital by named police officers (and those additionally named below) of Michael S Stewart.
They are also DOCUMENTED TO HAVE ALTERED THAT VIDEO TO HIDE THE ASSAULT. This then makes them guilty judicial misconduct. The the below information which I am presenting is the exact same evidential  template from other cases which is what I call a visual prototype and template documenting their GUILT and which is being reported to the American Bar and Missouri Bar!

The below information, links, and stories are EXACTLY what was done by Gagnon, the LE officers named from NKCPD and with full knowledge of Attorney Mary C. O’Connell

Reynaldo Chaves, a former Albuquerque, N.M., cop who was designated the department’s “custodian of public records,” testified that the Police Department routinely altered and deleted lapel-camera footage, including two police shootings. In the nine-page document, Chaves revealed an organized effort by the city to destroy evidence of the police shooting of Mary Hawkes that extended all the way up the ladder to the city attorney and police leadership:

21. Specifically, I know that from 2013 to the spring of 2014, the primary person in the Criminal Forensic Unit of the City of Albuquerque Police Department, Frank Pezzano, knew how to encrypt and/or erase Taser lapel camera video with a possible result being lapel camera video would either appear blank, encrypted, altered or corrupted when produced to media and/or attorneys …

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NKCPD Officer Patrick Romine

Major Kevin Freeman NKCPD FBI trained expert in “altering videos” who worked with NKCPD officers Bill Ficken, Patrick Romine and Christopher Kimmel who assisted in the altering of the video.

Tampering with evidence, or evidence tampering, is an act in which a person alters, conceals, falsifies, or destroys evidence with the intent to interfere with an investigation (usually) by a law-enforcement, governmental, or regulatory authority.[1] It is a criminal offense in many jurisdictions.
Tampering with evidence is closely related to the legal issue of spoliation of evidence, which is usually the civil law or due process version of the same concept (but may itself be a crime). Tampering with evidence is also closely related to obstruction of justice and perverting the course of justice, and these two kinds of crimes are often charged together. The goal of tampering with evidence is usually to cover up a crime.

By law enforcement…say North Kansas City Police…DOCUMENTED!

When police confiscate and destroy a citizen’s photographs or recordings of officers’ misconduct, the police’s act of destroying the evidence may be prosecuted as an act of evidence tampering, if the recordings being destroyed are potential evidence in a criminal or regulatory investigation of the officers themselves.[2] In a notable case in Nebraska, officers were charged with the felony charge of evidence tampering, as well as misdemeanor obstruction and theft, when they committed brutality and forcibly stole and destroyed the recordings, which was exposed due to a third party’s recording.[3] On the other hand, when police departments lose exonerating evidence that would create reasonable doubt for defendants in the cases they prosecute, such as dashboard-camera footage from patrol cars, it may be regarded as spoliation of evidence, potentially justifying motions to dismiss and/or mistrials. Police’s loss of evidence such as footage may be considered as both spoliation and tampering, if it both exonerates the defendant and proves police misconduct. Spoliation of exonerating evidence in criminal cases may also constitute prosecutorial misconduct if the prosecutor is complicit in doing so.

Spoliation of Evidence

A manual for published online last month by Taser supports many of Chavez’s claims about the process for editing or deleting videos.

Anyone with administrator privileges at an agency can delete videos, the manual shows. Those clips remain in a queue for seven days. And administrators can “mask” entire videos or portions of them using four different “blur levels.” Audio also can be removed.

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18 U.S. Code § 1519 – Destruction, alteration, or falsification of records in Federal investigation

Whoever knowingly alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence the investigation or proper administration of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or any case filed under title 11, or in relation to or contemplation of any such matter or case, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.
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“As long as the defendant is not given access to substantial discovery devices, discovery is a one-way street
running in favor of the prosecution with the defendant relegated for the accumulation of the information
necessary to his defence to a haphazard investigation, which in most cases he is unable properly to finance
and which is without formal sanction or judicial assistance. The realistic effect of the denial of discovery
is to permit the prosecution “to monopolize the sources of evidence applicable to the case to use or not

Former St. Louis Assistant Prosecutor Pleads Guilty to Concealing Police Officers’ Assault of Arrestee

Gagnon will be charged according to some FBI birdies! Along with O’Connell as the evidence is now confirmed to show they are GUILTY of !Spoliation of Evidence!

Spoliation of evidence is a term often used during the process of discovery.  Spoliation of evidence happens when a document or information that is required for discovery is destroyed or altered significantly.  If a person negligently or intentionally withholds or destroys relevant information that will be required in an action is liable for spoliation of evidence.
When a crucial document is lost by spoliation, the courts may try to infer the original information by applying spoliation inference rule.  Spoliation inference rule is a negative evidential inference.  When applying the rule, courts will review the altered document with inference against the spoliator and in favor of the opposing party.  The theory behind spoliation inference is that when a party has destroyed evidence, it shows that the party had consciousness of guilt or other reasons to avoid evidence.  Hence, the court will conclude that the evidence was not in spoliation’s favour.
Spoliation of evidence is an act that is prohibited by American Bar Association’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 37 of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and Title 18 United States Code.  Sanctions for spoliation are preventative, punitive and remedial in nature.  Separate tort actions are also permitted.
American Bar Association Rule 3.4 prohibits a lawyer from destroying or assisting another in destroying evidence pertaining to a case.  Likewise Title 18 of United States Code Sections 1503, 1510, 1512 and 1519 prohibits a party from destroying or assisting another in destroying evidence, and provides for criminal prosecution against the wrongdoer.  Under Title 18 United States Code Section 1519, a wrongdoer can be fined in huge amounts and imprisoned up to 20 years.
Under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 37 possible sanctions are as follows:

  • dismissal of the wrongdoer’s claim;
  • entering judgement against the wrongdoer;
  • excluding expert testimony; and
  • application of adverse inference rule.

Additionally, Rule 37 imposes fines on the wrongdoer.

Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney Joe Gagnon is guilty of conspiring with Clinton County and Clay County Law Enforcement Officers and in collusion with the Attorney’s named below to deliberately withhold a video from North Kansas City Hospital and then altering that same video exposing those named officers below who assaulted an arrestee Michael S. Stewart who was in their custody. Gagnon and the named attorney’s below collectively took an affirmative step to conceal the felony assault by the officers named from the presiding Judges in this case including the APPELLATE COURT JUDGES named below.
Gagon has been working with the NKCPD officers guilty of altering the video along with NKCPD officer Bill Ficken’s attorney Mary C. O’Connell. They are collectively guilty of allowing for fabrication charges against Stewart and allowing them to stand in order to cover up the facts while accusing Stewart of of attempted resistance and assault committed by Stewart on the officers which the VIDEO does not show…after being ALTERED. This proves that the charges were in fact were fabricated to cover for injuries the arrestee sustained during the assault which why in the beginning of this case that the release of the video was denied during the discovery phase of his trial.

“Prosecutors are trusted to exercise discretion in enforcing the law and are charged above all with doing justice in a fair and impartial manner,” Gagnon and Mary O’Connell attorney for NKCPD officer Bill Ficken intentionally failed to uphold the Constitution, and must therefore be held to answer for their actions.

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What Gagnon, O’Connell and other named attorneys are GUILTY OF along with their “criminal clients”!
In a notable case in Nebraska, officers were charged with the felony charge of evidence tampering, as well as misdemeanor obstruction and theft, when they committed brutality.
From the Clinton County Leader

“Michael S. Stewart of Parkville, Mo., filed a personal injury suit against individuals from the three departments on Monday, August 8. In the suit, Stewart and his wife, Jennifer Stewart, seek damages in excess of $2.7 million stemming from alleged incidents in August of 2014.


Attorney For NKCPD Officer Bill Ficken Mary C. O’Connell

O’Connell has full knowledge that 45 seconds of the video were removed that showed her client Ficken choked Stewart out when Stewart was handcuffed to the wheel chair and which Ficken bragged to Stewarts wife that he did just that by holding his hands in a chocking manner to Stewart’s wife which was REMOVED from the original video by either Ficken who O’Connell said had possession of the video and /or/the “other officer” being either NKCPD cops Patrick Romine or Christopher Kimmel or possibly Maj. Kevin Freeman. 

The named Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District Judges below were not allowed to have presented to them the existence of the North Kansas City Hospital Video showing the brutal treatment of Stewart but to also have presented to them the fact that video had been tampered with by having time segments removed and frames missing. It has been admitted by O’Connell that her client NKCPD officer Bill Ficken was responsible for this video and that it was in his possession during the time these changes were made which is why she does not want this evidence released in court. Clinton County Prosecutor Gagnon was in full knowledge of this information when he appeared before the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District Judges!
Just a side note for the eyes of Mary C. O’Connell who is a pathological liar on her way to hell. She has stated to the “Court” that I “threatened” the named attorneys defending the officers who brutally beat Stewart and almost killed him. Guess what? I DID and in voice mails I left but not in the form of “bodily harm” as she is implying but rather me promising to EXPOSE THEM INCLUDING HERE AS I AM DOING NOW AND REPORTING THEM TO THE MISSOURI BAR AND THE OFFICE OF MISSOURI ATTORNEY DISCIPLINE SYSTEM WITH THE GOAL TO DESTROY THEIR CAREERS FOR DOING WHAT THEY HAVE DONE TO A INNOCENT MAN!
This is why O’Connell is lying / “SLANDERING ME” (say law suit) to the Court in the hopes that the ALTERED WITH HER KNOWLEDGE VIDEO will not be allowed in a motion for “discovery” by Stewart’s attorney which would expose her and Gagnon and the officers named who are guilty of police brutality which this ALTERED VIDEO PROVES!

You gave up some important information Ms. Dumb as a ROCK and I sincerely thank you! 🙂 So read my lips…”You fell for the trap”! 🙂 Have me charged ok? I want to bring the “EVIDENCE” into court PLEASE! 
Tell me O’Connell and Gagnon…how does your future look now? PSSSSST… Every JUDGE not involved in this case will know who you are 🙂 Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas and Semper Fi! 
Named officers in the video…minus their “actions of brutality” thanks to the ALTERATIONS BY FICKEN, ROMINE, KIMMEL AND MAJ. KEVIN FREEMAN WITH FULL KNOWLEDGE OF O’CONNEL AND GAGNON!
David Speiser and John Wilson, then of the Lathrop Police Department, Deputies John Patterson and Jeffery Parton of the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department, and William Neil and Sheriff Porter Hensen of the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department. Speiser also worked at the time for the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department. Two defendants from the North Kansas City Police Department – Christopher Kimmel and shift sergeant Patrick Romine and Gary Ficken, Jr., from the North Kansas City Police Department who worked as a security officer at North Kansas City Hospital.

The Missouri Appellate Court Judges below and Judge Beth Phillips in the Stewart Case were lied to by Clinton County Prosecutor Joe Gagnon and by the collective attorney’s representing the officers involved with Mary O’Connell taking the lead, in the brutal beating of Michael S. Stewart as well as and including the initial fabrication of charges against Stewart with only “hearsay” being used in court because other available videos were also withheld by Gagnon leaving only hearsay evidence of the very officers who beat him. No breathalizer test or any documentation that Stewart had over a .08 alcohol level or ANY alcohol level other then the “lies” of the cops. ALL are collectively guilty of obstruction of justice by the withholding evidence during “discovery” during Stewart’s trial and appeal…namely the video and and altering of with is now documented!

The LIED to Missouri Appellate Court Judges and who I left messages to about this case!

Cynthia L. Martin  Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District

Judge Thomas H. Newton

Judge Alok Ahuja

Attorney’s for NKCPD Officers Bill Ficken, Christopher Kimmel and Patrick Romine being reported to the American Bar and the Missouri Bar for being a part of this conspiracy!

Karen J. Halbrook 
Lindsay Poehling Windham
Lindsay Poehling Windham
John W. Witten

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Bruises on Michael S. Stewarts wrist from being assaulted while handcuffed to a wheelchair by NKCPD officer Bill Ficken. Medical Reports were ALTERED and CHANGED from the ORIGINAL ONE by NKC Hospital staff working with Law Enforcement and their attorney’s from 8 pages to over 20!

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North Kansas City Hospital hired a known sexual predator named Price who drugged a woman and stuck his fingers in her vagina while maintaining an “erect penis”. North Kansas City Hospital is owned by North Kansas City who’s employee is defended by attorney’s and Ceasar’s gets tagged which is not their fault.

North Kansas City Hospital Leaders Who Are Paying The Above Named Attorneys…the same attorneys who defend Ficken and others and allowed for the video to be “altered” which documented the assault of Michael S. Stewart by LE at their hospital.

Here are the executives who represent North Kansas City Hospital. Notice how many women who evidently have to no problem what takes place in their facility.

Peggy SchmittPeggy Schmitt, President & CEO Jody AbbottJody Abbott, Senior Vice President
Chief Operating Officer
Jim McNeyJim McNey, Senior Vice President
Chief Financial Officer
Gary Carter, MDGary Carter, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Sarah OakleySarah Oakley, Vice President
Chief Nursing Officer
Doug AbelDoug Abel, Vice President
Chief Information Officer
Linda CoventonLinda Coventon, Meritas Health
Network Executive
Dawn BryantDawn Bryant, Vice President
Human Resources
Becky FiskBecky Fisk, Vice President
Revenue & Business Development
Matt ForesmanMatt Foresman, Vice President Professional Services
Randee GannonRandee Gannon, Vice President Marketing Tom GouldingTom Goulding, Vice President
Strategic Financial Services
& Supply Chain Management
Jerry HusmanJerry Husman, Vice President
Facilities & Support Services
Jen KozinnJennifer Kozinn, J.D.,
Vice President & General Counsel
Judy SpringerJudy Springer, Vice President Quality/Case Management

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