Coroner Fraud

"I wanted to know why my county government had intervened in the free market for what amounts to a janitorial service. They had monopolized crime scene cleanup." Eddie Evans

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Three Experiences

 

Demonstrations beginning at 7:30 a.m. in front of the Orange County Central Court start Monday, April 8.

700 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana,CA

Call 888-431-7233 any time, day or night for more information. Free bumper stickers.

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1. In 1983 and 1984 Orange County allowed a private company to use its courts for Saturday traffic school. At the Central Court security desk officers advised members of the public how they might sign-up for traffic school. They also, for a short time, directed the public to the private traffic school's flyers, which were left upon the security for the public.

This helps to create an analogy between the use of Orange County resources for the benefit of a private company. So one traffic school company held a monopoly over county resources, including its personnel in the Central Court in Santa Ana.

Unlike the traffic school and personnel in the court buildings, the coroner's personnel enjoy a monopoly over one and more cleaning companies, from which they receive payment for directing the public. At times these employees may own these companies, as is the case in one fire department conflict of interest.

2. On holidays until about 2009, I received telephone calls from families in need of after death cleaning services. These calls were for homicides, suicides, and unattended deaths in Orange County, all of which my wife will verify.

She and I cleaned these scenes while deducing the following:

On holidays or near holidays, the coroner employees controlling their death cleanup monopoly were off duty I learned; hence, their replacement staff did not refer the public, but allowed the public to use private resources for finding cleaning companies like ours. We sometimes wondered if these innocent employees had any idea that their peers perpetrated fraud against the public.

 

 

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