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Mr. Joel J. Todd

Wrong Joel J. Todd?
 
Background

Employment History

  • Member, Attorneys' Office Accusing Longo
    Worcester County State
  • State's Attorney
    Worcester County State
  • State's Attorney
    Worcester County
  • District Attorney
    Worcester County

Education

  • Washington College
  • law degree
    Nova University
200 Total References
Web References
Rico2
www.marylandcorruption.com, 30 Jan 2007 [cached]
Joel Todd, individually c/o Worcester County States Attorney Office 1 West Market St., Room 208 Snow Hill, MD 21863 DEFENDANT
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c/o Joel Todd 1 West Market St. RM 208 Snow Hill, MD 21842 DEFENDANT
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Further, the Maryland State Police investigative procedures provide protection for the Defendants because all investigations are conducted through the Worcester County States Attorneys Office under the direction of Defendant Joel Todd ("Todd").Todd quashes and conceals or diminishes any investigations being conducted into the activities of the personal acquaintances, political cronies, and family members of Judge Eschenburg, Judge Groton, and the "Good Old Boys."
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14. When the Worcester County law enforcement agencies or Maryland State Police accidentally investigate or arrest persons "protected" by Judge Eschenburg, Judge Groton, or the "Good Old Boys," Todd (the person who decides what cases to prosecute) simply drops the case and sweeps it under the carpet or diminishes the charges.
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In doing this, Todd can rely on the political connections of Judge Eschenburg; Judge Groton; Mitchell; Curran, Jr.; and Defendant Stephen Moyer ("Moyer") of the Maryland State Police Internal Affairs Division to quash, cover up, and conceal any unlawful or criminal activity Judge Eschenburg, Judge Groton, and the "Good Old Boys" want to perpetrate.
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75. In November 1995, Plaintiff filed a complaint with Todd of the Worcester County State's Attorneys' office accusing Longo of embezzling money from DSII during the time Longo was president of DSII. a) Todd referred the complaint to the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation.
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k) Todd and officers McDermott, Kinhart, and James Bowden ("Bowden") knew that a legitimate investigation would implicate Judge Eschenburg and Judge Groton because the court-ordered settlement from the trial of DSII and Longo v Donald D. Stone had not yet been enacted.
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79. In November 1996, Plaintiff made a written request for information under the Maryland Public Information Act to Todd to obtain the evidence that had been given to McDermott by Longo during the November 1995 investigation conducted by the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation.
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a) Plaintiff made his request to Todd even though Plaintiff knew Todd employed Smith as a part-time States Attorney and that Smith was also an attorney for the law firm Longo used (WHSM&H).
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b) Todd claimed he had no record of Plaintiff's complaint. c) Todd further claimed he had no information about who would have custody of the evidence collected during the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation's investigation or of the final report of the investigation. d) Todd referred Plaintiff to the city of Berlin (Maryland) Police Chief, Prentice M. Lyons ("Lyons").
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e) Todd tried to block Plaintiff's access to the investigation report and documents because Todd knew they would provide Plaintiff with clear and convincing evidence that Longo, Procter, Sapperstein, G. Sapperstein, Moore, Warfield, Glick, Harrison, and WHSM&H had given McDermott fraudulent DSII ledger sheets.
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f) Todd tried to block Plaintiff's access to the investigation report and documents because Todd knew that McDermott and Kinhart had falsified the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation report.
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COUNT 11 Martin, McDermott, Bowden, Martin Koerner ("Koerner"), Jones, Franklin, Petty, Moyer, Mitchel, Todd, and Prentice, by conspiring to defraud Plaintiff "under color of law," falsifying Worcester County Bureau of Investigation police report (contents and whereabouts), failing to locate missing documents, and frustrating Plaintiff's efforts to obtain verified copies of documents, simultaneously furthered the conspiracy scheme and artifice of Moore, Warfield, Glick, Longo, Procter, Burgee, Sapperstein, G. Sapperstein, Miles & Stockbridge, and WHSM&H in their conspiracy to commit federal bankruptcy fraud on the legitimate creditors of SCI.
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As the outcome of the sham investigation, McDermott and Bowden then knowingly, willfully, and with malicious intent falsified the police report despite the presence of clear and convincing evidence of fraud to protect the personal and political cronies of Judge Eschenburg and Judge Groton; Worcester County State's Attorney, Joel Todd; Worcester County Attorney, Ed Hammond; Hammond's law firm of WHSM&H; and the law firm's clients Moore, Warfield, Glick, Longo, Procter, Sapperstein, and G. Sapperstein from criminal investigation and criminal liability.
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COUNT 61 From on or about September 4, 1996, through on or about December 26, 1996, Todd did willfully, knowingly, and with malicious intent frustrate Plaintiff's access to information and repeatedly try to conceal the whereabouts of information and evidence from Plaintiff.Plaintiff tried to locate the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation report and the evidence collected in the investigation of Plaintiff's complaint (filed in or about November 1995 alleging Longo was embezzling money from DSII) by sending letters to Worcester County State's Attorney Joel Todd.
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Todd repeatedly tried to conceal the location of this information from Plaintiff.
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COUNT 116 On or about September 4, 1996, Worcester County State's Attorney Todd did use the United States Postal Service to send a letter from Snow Hill, Maryland to Plaintiff's residence in Jensen Beach, Florida containing false statements and concealment of documents by Todd. COUNT 117 On or about November 6, 1996, Worcester County State's Attorney Todd did use the United States Postal Service to send a letter from Snow Hill, Maryland to Plaintiff's residence in Jensen Beach, Florida containing false statements and concealment of documents by Todd. COUNT 118 On or about December 26, 1996, Worcester County State's Attorney Todd did use the United States Postal Service to send a letter from Snow Hill, Maryland to Plaintiff's residence in Jensen Beach, Florida containing false statements and concealment of documents by Todd.
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a) Todd, Assistant State's Attorney Smith, and investigator Mumford advanced these deficient policies and procedures by using Worcester County law enforcement agencies and officers to protect prominent and politically well-connected Worcester County residents Smith, Warfield, Glick, Moore, and WHSM&H from criminal investigation and criminal liabilities during the time these citizens and their law firm were involved in violating the federal R.I.C.O. Act and Maryland State criminal laws.
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b) Todd, Assistant State's Attorney Smith, and investigator Mumford advanced these deficient policies and procedures by using Worcester County law enforcement agencies and officers to protect the prominent and politically well-connected Worcester County law firm of WHSM&H from criminal investigation and criminal liabilities during the time this law firm was involved in violating the federal R.I.C.O. Act and Maryland State criminal laws.
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All actions by the Defendants were done knowingly, willfully, fraudulently, and maliciously with a callous and deliberate indifference and disregard for Plaintiff's civil rights in furtherance and pursuit of the unlawful polices and procedures to protect the personal and political agendas of Battaglia; Judge Groton; Judge Eschenburg; Curran, Jr.; Mitchell; Todd; Martin; McDermott; Bowden; Lyons; Koerner; Worcester County; the Worcester County Commissioners; the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation; the Police Chief of Berlin, Maryland; the Mayor and City Council of Berlin, Maryland; the Town of Berlin, Maryland; and the Worcester County State Attorney's Office.
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Plaintiff additionally prays for a court order to permanently disbar from the Maryland Bar, Defendants Burgee, Todd, Judge Groton, Judge Eschenburg, Eyler, Judge Bloxom, Frisch, Miraglia, D. O'Conner, Bartigis, Tewey, A. McDonald, Grochal, Ebersol, Harrison, Collins, Hammond, Smith, Sellinger, McCormick, Sher, Gaul, Curran, Jr., Battaglia, Kelberman, Smith, and Russell.
Berlin gives good citizen award to ...
www.delmarvanow.com [cached]
Berlin gives good citizen award to Joel Todd
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Joel Todd speaks after being presented with the Berlin Award for 2011 at the Berlin Lions Club. Berlin Mayor Gee Williams is pictured at right.
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Joel Todd speaks after being presented with the Berlin Award for 2011 at the Berlin Lions Club. Berlin Mayor Gee Williams is pictured at right. / LAURA EMMONS/THE DAILY TIMES
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BERLIN -- His hometown honored respected prosecutor Joel Todd for his countless contributions to the community with the 2011 Berlin Award.
The Berlin Lions Club presented Todd with the honor at a recent dinner. To ensure his presence, they used a ruse: He thought he was there to see his wife get the honor.
"I had been told I was supposed to get her there so she could get the award," Todd said.
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Todd, born and raised in Berlin, is a past master of the Evergreen Masonic Lodge and has been involved with the Kiwanis Club, Diakonia, the Berlin Chamber of Commerce and DeMolay. He has coached Little League teams and taught Sunday school, and often dons a kilt and bagpipes for local parades and festivals.
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Lang said Todd was instrumental in planning town events such as the Fiddlers Convention and Jazz and Blues Bash in recent years and in his former role as Worcester County state's attorney had done even more for the town with the Take Pride in Berlin initiative.
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During his time as state's attorney, Todd also helped get Worcester County's Child Advocacy Center, the Cricket Center, off the ground. The center, which opened in 2009, provides a central location for social workers, police and attorneys working to investigate child sex abuse and help children who have been abused.
Todd said the center is his greatest accomplishment.
"They told us it would take us four years or longer," he said. "We were able to get ours up in two years."
Berlin Mayor Gee Williams said in spite of Todd's accomplishments during his time as state's attorney, it was clear he was being honored solely for his volunteer service to the community.
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"It's obvious that it had nothing to do with his profession, but what he did purely to serve the public," Williams said.
Todd said while he never did what he did with the thought of getting any recognition, he was happy to receive the Berlin Award.
"I have always felt that you need to give back," he said, adding he'd inherited his love for the town from his father. "He was very proud to be a citizen of Berlin and he taught my brothers and sisters and I to be proud of the town. I pitch in and do the things I do so as many people as possible can enjoy the town."
Todd noted it was neat to receive the same award his aunt, Audrey Pennington -- who just died this year -- received in 1969.
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Berlin gives good citizen award to Joel Todd
BERLIN -- His hometown honored respected prosecutor Joel Todd for his countless contributions to the community with the 2011 Berlin Award.
Compassion Over Killing > Prosecutors Halt Complaint, Dismiss Perdue Animal Cruelty Charge
www.cok.net, 3 Feb 2005 [cached]
But before Perdue's summons could be issued, Worcester County District Attorney Joel Todd requested the case be dismissed.
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"In my opinion, the charges never should have been issued," said Todd, who oversees all prosecutions in the county. "I wanted this case over, because this defendant is not guilty."
Because the state's attorney's office moved to acquit Perdue -- rather than merely declining to prosecute -- the charge can't be brought later.
"I didn't think it was fair that a defendant, who we know is not guilty, should have to go through the trouble of hiring a criminal attorney" to defend itself, Todd said.
Rico2
www.marylandcorruption.com, 30 Oct 1998 [cached]
Joel Todd, individually c/o Worcester County States Attorney Office 1 West Market St., Room 208 Snow Hill, MD 21863 DEFENDANT
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c/o Joel Todd 1 West Market St. RM 208 Snow Hill, MD 21842 DEFENDANT
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Further, the Maryland State Police investigative procedures provide protection for the Defendants because all investigations are conducted through the Worcester County States Attorneys Office under the direction of Defendant Joel Todd ("Todd"). Todd quashes and conceals or diminishes any investigations being conducted into the activities of the personal acquaintances, political cronies, and family members of Judge Eschenburg, Judge Groton, and the "Good Old Boys.
...
14. When the Worcester County law enforcement agencies or Maryland State Police accidentally investigate or arrest persons "protected" by Judge Eschenburg, Judge Groton, or the "Good Old Boys," Todd (the person who decides what cases to prosecute) simply drops the case and sweeps it under the carpet or diminishes the charges.
...
In doing this, Todd can rely on the political connections of Judge Eschenburg; Judge Groton; Mitchell; Curran, Jr.; and Defendant Stephen Moyer ("Moyer") of the Maryland State Police Internal Affairs Division to quash, cover up, and conceal any unlawful or criminal activity Judge Eschenburg, Judge Groton, and the "Good Old Boys" want to perpetrate.
...
75. In November 1995, Plaintiff filed a complaint with Todd of the Worcester County State's Attorneys' office accusing Longo of embezzling money from DSII during the time Longo was president of DSII. a) Todd referred the complaint to the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation.
...
k) Todd and officers McDermott, Kinhart, and James Bowden ("Bowden") knew that a legitimate investigation would implicate Judge Eschenburg and Judge Groton because the court-ordered settlement from the trial of DSII and Longo v Donald D. Stone had not yet been enacted.
...
79. In November 1996, Plaintiff made a written request for information under the Maryland Public Information Act to Todd to obtain the evidence that had been given to McDermott by Longo during the November 1995 investigation conducted by the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation.
...
a) Plaintiff made his request to Todd even though Plaintiff knew Todd employed Smith as a part-time States Attorney and that Smith was also an attorney for the law firm Longo used (WHSM&H).
...
b) Todd claimed he had no record of Plaintiff's complaint. c) Todd further claimed he had no information about who would have custody of the evidence collected during the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation's investigation or of the final report of the investigation. d) Todd referred Plaintiff to the city of Berlin (Maryland) Police Chief, Prentice M. Lyons ("Lyons").
...
e) Todd tried to block Plaintiff's access to the investigation report and documents because Todd knew they would provide Plaintiff with clear and convincing evidence that Longo, Procter, Sapperstein, G. Sapperstein, Moore, Warfield, Glick, Harrison, and WHSM&H had given McDermott fraudulent DSII ledger sheets.
...
f) Todd tried to block Plaintiff's access to the investigation report and documents because Todd knew that McDermott and Kinhart had falsified the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation report.
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COUNT 11 Martin, McDermott, Bowden, Martin Koerner ("Koerner"), Jones, Franklin, Petty, Moyer, Mitchel, Todd, and Prentice, by conspiring to defraud Plaintiff "under color of law," falsifying Worcester County Bureau of Investigation police report (contents and whereabouts), failing to locate missing documents, and frustrating Plaintiff's efforts to obtain verified copies of documents, simultaneously furthered the conspiracy scheme and artifice of Moore, Warfield, Glick, Longo, Procter, Burgee, Sapperstein, G. Sapperstein, Miles & Stockbridge, and WHSM&H in their conspiracy to commit federal bankruptcy fraud on the legitimate creditors of SCI.
...
As the outcome of the sham investigation, McDermott and Bowden then knowingly, willfully, and with malicious intent falsified the police report despite the presence of clear and convincing evidence of fraud to protect the personal and political cronies of Judge Eschenburg and Judge Groton; Worcester County State's Attorney, Joel Todd; Worcester County Attorney, Ed Hammond; Hammond's law firm of WHSM&H; and the law firm's clients Moore, Warfield, Glick, Longo, Procter, Sapperstein, and G. Sapperstein from criminal investigation and criminal liability.
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COUNT 61 From on or about September 4, 1996, through on or about December 26, 1996, Todd did willfully, knowingly, and with malicious intent frustrate Plaintiff's access to information and repeatedly try to conceal the whereabouts of information and evidence from Plaintiff. Plaintiff tried to locate the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation report and the evidence collected in the investigation of Plaintiff's complaint (filed in or about November 1995 alleging Longo was embezzling money from DSII) by sending letters to Worcester County State's Attorney Joel Todd.
...
Todd repeatedly tried to conceal the location of this information from Plaintiff.
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COUNT 116 On or about September 4, 1996, Worcester County State's Attorney Todd did use the United States Postal Service to send a letter from Snow Hill, Maryland to Plaintiff's residence in Jensen Beach, Florida containing false statements and concealment of documents by Todd. COUNT 117 On or about November 6, 1996, Worcester County State's Attorney Todd did use the United States Postal Service to send a letter from Snow Hill, Maryland to Plaintiff's residence in Jensen Beach, Florida containing false statements and concealment of documents by Todd. COUNT 118 On or about December 26, 1996, Worcester County State's Attorney Todd did use the United States Postal Service to send a letter from Snow Hill, Maryland to Plaintiff's residence in Jensen Beach, Florida containing false statements and concealment of documents by Todd.
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a) Todd, Assistant State's Attorney Smith, and investigator Mumford advanced these deficient policies and procedures by using Worcester County law enforcement agencies and officers to protect prominent and politically well-connected Worcester County residents Smith, Warfield, Glick, Moore, and WHSM&H from criminal investigation and criminal liabilities during the time these citizens and their law firm were involved in violating the federal R.I.C.O. Act and Maryland State criminal laws.
...
b) Todd, Assistant State's Attorney Smith, and investigator Mumford advanced these deficient policies and procedures by using Worcester County law enforcement agencies and officers to protect the prominent and politically well-connected Worcester County law firm of WHSM&H from criminal investigation and criminal liabilities during the time this law firm was involved in violating the federal R.I.C.O. Act and Maryland State criminal laws.
...
All actions by the Defendants were done knowingly, willfully, fraudulently, and maliciously with a callous and deliberate indifference and disregard for Plaintiff's civil rights in furtherance and pursuit of the unlawful polices and procedures to protect the personal and political agendas of Battaglia; Judge Groton; Judge Eschenburg; Curran, Jr.; Mitchell; Todd; Martin; McDermott; Bowden; Lyons; Koerner; Worcester County; the Worcester County Commissioners; the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation; the Police Chief of Berlin, Maryland; the Mayor and City Council of Berlin, Maryland; the Town of Berlin, Maryland; and the Worcester County State Attorney's Office.
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Plaintiff additionally prays for a court order to permanently disbar from the Maryland Bar, Defendants Burgee, Todd, Judge Groton, Judge Eschenburg, Eyler, Judge Bloxom, Frisch, Miraglia, D. O'Conner, Bartigis, Tewey, A. McDonald, Grochal, Ebersol, Harrison, Collins, Hammond, Smith, Sellinger, McCormick, Sher, Gaul, Curran, Jr., Battaglia, Kelberman, Smith, and Russell.
Rico1
www.marylandcorruption.com, 17 Feb 1998 [cached]
individually; JOEL TODD, individually; GARY MUMFORD, individually; REGAN JAMES
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73. In November 1995, Plaintiff filed a complaint with Joel Todd ("Todd") of the Worcester County State's Attorneys' office accusing Longo of embezzling money from DSII during the time Longo was president of DSII.
a) Todd referred the complaint to the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation.
...
k) Todd and officers McDermott, Kinhart, and James Bowden ("Bowden") knew that a legitimate investigation would implicate Judge Eschenburg and Judge Groton because the court-ordered settlement from the trial of DSII and Longo v Donald D. Stone had not yet been enacted.
...
77. In November 1996, Plaintiff made a written request for information under the Maryland Public Information Act to Todd to obtain the evidence that had been given to McDermott by Longo during the November 1995 investigation conducted by the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation.
...
a) Plaintiff made his request to Todd even though Plaintiff knew Todd employed Smith as a part-time States Attorney and that Smith was also an attorney for the law firm Longo used (WHSM&H).
...
b) Todd claimed he had no record of Plaintiff's complaint.
c) Todd further claimed he had no information about who would have custody of the evidence collected during the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation's investigation or of the final report of the investigation.
d) Todd referred Plaintiff to the city of Berlin (Maryland) Police Chief, Prentice M. Lyons ("Lyons").
...
e) Todd tried to block Plaintiff's access to the investigation report and documents because Todd knew they would provide Plaintiff with clear and convincing evidence that Longo, Procter, Sapperstein, G. Sapperstein, Moore, Warfield, Glick, Harrison, and WHSM&H had given McDermott fraudulent DSII ledger sheets.
...
f) Todd tried to block Plaintiff's access to the investigation report and documents because Todd knew that McDermott and Kinhart had falsified the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation report.
...
COUNT 11 Martin, McDermott, Bowden,Martin Koerner ("Koerner"), Jones, Franklin, Petty, Moyer, Mitchel, Todd, and Prentice, by conspiring to defraud Plaintiff "under color of law," falsifying Worcester County Bureau of Investigation police report (contents and whereabouts), failing to locate missing documents, and frustrating Plaintiff's efforts to obtain verified copies of documents, simultaneously furthered the conspiracy scheme and artifice of Moore, Warfield, Glick, Longo, Procter, Burgee, Sapperstein, G. Sapperstein, Miles & Stockbridge, and WHSM&H in their conspiracy to commit federal bankruptcy fraud on the legitimate creditors of SCI.
...
As the outcome of the sham investigation, McDermott and Bowden then knowingly, willfully, and with malicious intent falsified the police report despite the presence of clear and convincing evidence of fraud to protect the personal and political cronies of Judge Eschenburg and Judge Groton; Worcester County State's Attorney, Joel Todd; Worcester County Attorney, Ed Hammond; Hammond's law firm of WHSM&H; and the law firm's clients Moore, Warfield, Glick, Longo, Procter, Sapperstein, and G. Sapperstein from criminal investigation and criminal liability.
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COUNT 58 From on or about September 4, 1996, through on or about December 26, 1996, Todd did willfully, knowingly, and with malicious intent frustrate Plaintiff's access to information and repeatedly try to conceal the whereabouts of information and evidence from Plaintiff. Plaintiff tried to locate the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation report and the evidence collected in the investigation of Plaintiff's complaint (filed in or about November 1995 alleging Longo was embezzling money from DSII) by sending letters to Worcester County State's Attorney Joel Todd.
...
Todd repeatedly tried to conceal the location of this information from Plaintiff.
...
COUNT 107 On or about September 4, 1996, Worcester County State's Attorney Todd did use the United States Postal Service to send a letter from Snow Hill, Maryland to Plaintiff's residence in Jensen Beach, Florida containing false statements and concealment of documents by Todd.
COUNT 108 On or about November 6, 1996, Worcester County State's Attorney Todd did use the United States Postal Service to send a letter from Snow Hill, Maryland to Plaintiff's residence in Jensen Beach, Florida containing false statements and concealment of documents by Todd.
COUNT 109 On or about December 26, 1996, Worcester County State's Attorney Todd did use the United States Postal Service to send a letter from Snow Hill, Maryland to Plaintiff's residence in Jensen Beach, Florida containing false statements and concealment of documents by Todd.
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a) Todd, Assistant State's Attorney Smith, and investigator Mumford advanced these deficient policies and procedures by using Worcester County law enforcement agencies and officers to protect prominent and politically well-connected Worcester County residents Smith, Warfield, Glick, Moore, and WHSM&H from criminal investigation and criminal liabilities during the time these citizens and their law firm were involved in violating the federal R.I.C.O. Act and Maryland State criminal laws.
...
b) Todd, Assistant State's Attorney Smith, and investigator Mumford advanced these deficient policies and procedures by using Worcester County law enforcement agencies and officers to protect the prominent and politically well-connected Worcester County law firm of WHSM&H from criminal investigation and criminal liabilities during the time this law firm was involved in violating the federal R.I.C.O. Act and Maryland State criminal laws.
...
All actions by the Defendants were done knowingly, willfully, fraudulently, and maliciously with a callous and deliberate indifference and disregard for Plaintiff's civil rights in furtherance and pursuit of the unlawful polices and procedures to protect the personal and political agendas of Battaglia; Judge Groton; Judge Eschenburg; Curran; Mitchell; Todd; Martin; McDermott; Bowden; Lyons; Koerner; Worcester County; the Worcester County Commissioners; the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation; the Police Chief of Berlin, Maryland; the Mayor and City Council of Berlin, Maryland; the Town of Berlin, Maryland; and the Worcester County State Attorney's Office.
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Plaintiff additionally prays for a court order to permanently disbar from the Maryland Bar, Defendants Burgee, Todd, Judge Groton, Judge Eschenburg, Eyler, Judge Bloxom, Frisch, Miraglia, O'Conner, Bartigis, Tewey, A. McDonald, Grochal, Ebersol, Harrison, Collins, Hammond, Smith, Sellinger, McCormick, Sher, Gaul, Curran, Battaglia, Kelberman, Smith, and Russell.
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