D.A. Public Records’ Request: The Expendable Seven

The ‘Investigation’ is Over. Time to Show the Public that there was No Investigation by the D.A. and No Complaints Filed by Beaumont.

Riverside County District Attorney’s Office

3960 Orange Street

Riverside, CA 92501

PRR: Beaumont’s Expendable Seven

$400 Million has been misused/embezzled out of the City of Beaumont, $300 Million from federal municipal bonds. For 15 years Citizens of Beaumont filed complaints with the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office and the Grand Jury regarding the open Conflicts of Interest, Violations of Building & Environmental Laws, Fraud, and Embezzlement.

For 15 years the response from the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office and the Grand Jury was ‘we see nothing’. Even after Judge Chaffee ruled “fraud by clear and convincing evidence” the County proclaimed ‘we see nothing’.

And then, for some magical reason, in 2015 the Riverside County D.A. raided the City of Beaumont and Indicted the Expendable Seven. But the D.A. only charged the Expendable Seven for the $42 Million in TUMF embezzled from the Western Riverside Council of Governments.

The D.A. never charged the crooks for the other $360 million embezzled from the Citizens of Beaumont. The D.A. never Indicted the Beaumont City Councilmen that hired the crooks, directed the crooks, and approved every penny the crooks embezzled.

And now, 3 1/2 years after the raids, the last of the Expendable Seven has slithered away with a slap on the wrist and the D.A.’s ‘investigation’ is complete. Time to release the records to show the Citizens of Beaumont just how hard the Riverside County D.A.’s Office worked to bring justice to their town.

Pubic Records Request:

All documentation obtained or produced by the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office regarding the investigation of the City of Beaumont and the Expendable Seven:

Expendable Seven Case Number RIF1602262


Joseph Aklufi

Alan Kapanicas

Dave Dillon

Ernest Egger

William Aylward

Francis Coe

Deepak Moorjani

Documentation should include, but not limited to, Investigators’ reports, notes and memos; list of Witnesses interviewed; State Laws reviewed; Attorney’s reports, notes, and memos; documents presented to the D.A. by the Defense; Interviews; Expense Reports; and Schedules.

List of all documents removed from the City of Beaumont and the homes of the Expendable Seven.

Verification that documents seized in the raids were returned to the City of Beaumont.

And rumor has it that the Mike Hestrin is claiming a three-year statute of limitations as his excuse for refusing to Indict Beaumont’s Staff and Council for the other $360 Million that’s been embezzled from the Citizens even though the $42 million embezzled from the WRCOG occurred a decade ago. I would like to see a list of the laws Hestrin is referencing.

AND the D.A.’s Office was sent a Public Records’ Request regarding the collusion between the D.A.’s Office, the Sheriff’s Department, and Judge Fisher that the D.A.’s Office failed to fulfill, so make sure the records for to fill this request is also included. All means all.

“All communications to/from the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office to/from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department regarding the production of a policy to deny Citizens their First Amendment Rights to view Public Criminal Trials.”

Please submit all requested documentation electronically to libiure@gmail.com.

Libi Uremovic