Brandon King

Politicians making “robocalls” to cell phones without a voter’s written permission are violating federal restrictions on using telephone equipment

CLEVELAND, OH – It’s the election season in Ohio and you’ve received a “robocall” from a candidate for elected office you’ve never met or given your cellular telephone number.  The call violates Title 47 of the United States Code, Section 227 under the heading “Restrictions on use of telephone equipment.”  The specific language prohibiting the political robocalls is found at 47 U.S.C. 227(b)(1)(A).  There’s a section in the law that authorizes victims of robo calls to sue for $500 per call. “b)Restrictions on use of automated telephone equipment.  (1)Prohibitions.  It shall be unlawful for any person within the United States, or any person outside the United

Beaten attorney Heather McCollough “retires” 4 weeks after Judge Dawson confirms arrests like Basheer Jones’ disappeared between police and prosecutor’s office without a court hearing

CLEVELAND, OH – In a letter dated July 2, 2021 troubled attorney Heather McCollough advised attorney Willa Hemmons that she was “retiring” effective July 2, 2021.  McCullough wrote that she’d like to wait and return to the administration within two months; and hoped the city of East Cleveland had benefitted from her presence in her request to work as a “double dipper.” At the bottom of McCollough’s letter below her signature were the words “Attorney for Defendant City of East Cleveland.”  McCollough hadn’t bothered to remove the words that gave her correspondence the appearance of being the signatory page on

Gowdy encourages Americans stopped, arrested and pursued by uncertified East Cleveland cops to use council’s “impersonation” ordinance to file criminal charges against them with Judge Dawson

CLEVELAND, OH – People who are detained, pursued, ticketed or arrested by individuals discharging police duties in East Cleveland should be using Ordinance Number 525.03 Council Vice President Juanita Gowdy, Councilman Nathaniel Martin and Council President Korean Stevenson enacted to validate their credentials.   State laws instruct police that if their appointing authority hasn’t ensured they’ve received state approved retraining, annually, by December 15th; they are to “cease discharging the duties of a law enforcement officer and wearing a weapon” on December 31st. The ordinance is captioned the Tamia Chapmann Act and amends the city’s “impersonation of a law enforcement officer”

Election fraud complaint says Ward doesn’t meet East Cleveland’s 2-year residency and voter requirements for mayoral candidates

CLEVELAND, OH – Sean Ward may have had good intentions when he decided to campaign to serve in the office of mayor of East Cleveland as the municipal corporation’s chief law enforcement officer.  But there are laws that instruct political hopefuls on when they’re qualified to seek an elected office he was warned not to ignore. For circulating petitions knowing he did not meet the qualifications for mayoral candidates, Ward now has a hearing scheduled before the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections on Monday, June 28, 2021 at 9:30 a.m.   He’s accused of violating Section 112(A) of East Cleveland’s charter. 

Read Ohio Criminal Rule 11 and the “pleas, rights upon plea” rights that come with every arrest to understand why Basheer Jones’ disappearing arrest records made Judge Dawson curious

CLEVELAND, OHIO – I have published Ohio Criminal Rule 11 in its entirety at the bottom of this story so readers will fully-understand the relevancy behind the question I asked East Cleveland Municipal Court Judge William Dawson about the status of Ward 7 Councilman Basheer Sudan Jones’ case.  Jones was arrested by two East Cleveland police officers on April 19, 2019. Jones was charged with “improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.”  The offense was a 4th degree felony violation of Section 2923. 16 of the Ohio Revised Code.   The incident report East Cleveland’s cops generated doesn’t identify the

Basheer Jones’ 2019 gun arrest appears to have been “fixed” by Brandon King’s administration as Judge William Dawson confirms Ward 7’s councilman was not arraigned in his court

CLEVELAND, OH – When East Cleveland police arrested Ward 7 councilman Basheer Jones on April 19, 2019 they sought to charge him with “improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.”  The offense was a 4th degree felony violation of Section 2923. 16 of the Ohio Revised Code.   The incident report East Cleveland’s cops generated doesn’t identify the reason for the arrest or the basis for the search of the Cleveland politician’s vehicle.  Jones was a suspect of something and they found the improperly handled gun. Had Jones investigated the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy credentials of the cops who

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