Federal lawsuit filed against Pleasanton police officer, Alameda deputy and San Ramon attorney Comments on Stories, posted by Editor, Pleasanton Weekly Online, on Oct 17, 2012 at 9:32 am
A Pleasanton man has filed a $3 million federal lawsuit against a local police officer, an Alameda County Sheriff's deputy and a San Ramon Attorney. Brian Lancaster is asking for a jury trial, claiming, among other things, of false arrest and false imprisonment.
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Posted by Shame On Brian, a resident of the Birdland neighborhood, on Oct 19, 2012 at 9:44 am
Wow, what a loser. This guy tried to file a lawsuit against them already and had it all thrown out and dismissed cause, just like Brian Lancaster, it was all bull crap. Now this loser is trying to file a FEDERAL lawsuit for the same thing. He must have a lot of money to waste on Lawyers. [removed because it was inappropriate] Expect to see this one thrown [removed] out of court and this piece of work to try and do it again.
Will the justice system just lock up this [removed] and throw away the key already? He is not a productive member of ANY society or community. [removed]
Posted by Jeffreyharlan@gmail.com, a resident of the California Reflections neighborhood, on Oct 29, 2012 at 11:18 am
What's going to happen to your kids when K9 partner Officer Tim Martens who is all over the Internet, in Pleasanton weekly, on channel 2 news, on integrityconcerns.com, etc. with all these cases of dropped charges "in the interest of justice" per judge Jacob Blea arrests your kid in school with his drug sniffing dog, and your kid says its not true? Do you trust this cop? what's going to happen to you and your family's position in the community??? Do you this cop in our schools, around our kids?