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John Koncilja

Chief Investigator

District Attorney Tenth Judicial District Pueblo, Co

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Accepting Chief Investigator John Koncilja's resignation was a good first step.


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Plame Affair, Dismissal Of United States Attorneys Controversy, Memoranda, Law_crime, John Koncilja, Bill Thiebaut, Stephen Jones, Steve Cornetta Comments (23)
One week after a court hearing in which it was alleged that John Koncilja, chief investigator for the 10th Judicial District Attorney's office, had conducted clandestine investigations behind the backs of prosecutors, Koncilja's retirement was announced.


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Plame Affair, Dismissal Of United States Attorneys Controversy, Memoranda, Law_crime, John Koncilja, Bill Thiebaut, Stephen Jones, Steve Cornetta Comments (23)
One week after a court hearing in which it was alleged that John Koncilja, chief investigator for the 10th Judicial District Attorney's office, had conducted clandestine investigations behind the backs of prosecutors, Koncilja's retirement was announced.


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John Koncilja
One week after a court hearing in which it was alleged that John Koncilja, chief investigator for the 10th Judicial District Attorney's office, had conducted clandestine investigations behind the backs of prosecutors, Koncilja's retirement was announced. In a letter to District Attorney Bill Thiebaut, Koncilja said he decided to retire because of his age and health problems resulting from a recent traffic accident. "I have come to the conclusion that my age and health are making it difficult for me to perform my job to the level that I demand of myself and my staff," Koncilja, 73, wrote. Koncilja declined to comment further on the announcement or its timing. In his letter, Koncilja thanked Thiebaut for the chance to work in the office. "From Central High graduate to FBI Academy graduate, John has spent more than 50 years in law enforcement and made contributions to the Pueblo Police Department, the Colorado Organized Crime Strike Force, the Colorado State Fair and, most recently, the district attorney's office," Thiebaut said. "John is intense and fiercely loyal - he is a classic Pueblo cop." Thiebaut said Friday that the departure of Koncilja comes at a time of change in the office since the death of Assistant District Attorney Cecil Turner in February. Both Deputy District Attorney Steve Jones and former lead prosecutor Steve Cornetta said the memo represented a pattern of behavior in which Koncilja would do investigations into cases without attorneys' knowledge, kept files on his investigations and would, at times, refuse to allow lawyers in the office to access those files.


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Koncilja is the grandson of John Koncilja, chief investigator for the Pueblo District Attorney.
Koncilja testified Wednesday that he remembered starting the night by hanging out in an alley near Ferrier's home at 13th and West streets. He said he was asked to drive Ferrier and the others to the East Side near Fourth Street and Glendale Avenue where Ferrier stole a cellular phone in a strong-armed robbery. Koncilja told prosecutors he didn't have a problem being the wheel man for a robbery. Koncilja claimed the group returned to the home on 13th and West before heading to a party somewhere near St. Mary's Catholic Church on Mesa Avenue and the Do Drop Inn on Santa Fe. From there, the group went to a party at the Oasis Apartments on O'Neal Avenue. Throughout his testimony Wednesday, Koncilja said he drank no alcohol, did no other drugs and paid no attention to the actions of his four companions through the evening. Koncilja testified Wednesday that he and his four companions went to a party on Bohmen Street, near the Do Drop Inn, but under cross-examination he also said they stopped at the park near St. Mary's Church. While Koncilja was consistent in mentioning that Ramos was among the group, Ramos was barely mentioned in his original interview with Pueblo police detectives. "I guess that's what I said. . . . I don't remember it," Koncilja said. He continued to say that he couldn't remember the girls' names or even their descriptions. Koncilja also testified that he was familiar with Ferrier's shotgun and had watched someone fire the gun days earlier in the West Side alley.


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