How to defend yourself in court against defamation
In the last three months, a slew of recent lawsuits have been filed by disgruntled ex-employees alleging that Jon Slager, the Los Angeles County sheriff, sexually assaulted them, threatened them, and then tried to cover it up.
Slager has denied all allegations, but a handful of former employees have now filed a series of lawsuits against him alleging that he sexually assaulted, harassed, and threatened them.
The suits have been brought in the state of California, New York, and several states across the U.S. The lawsuits are a part of a broader campaign against the sheriff that began in December 2016 and has reached its apogee in the wake of the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown.
But a new lawsuit filed in California on Friday alleges that the county’s police department is complicit in the harassment of women who have filed claims of sexual assault.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of a former employee named Jessica Dejesus says that the sheriff’s department failed to protect her and other women when she filed a sexual harassment complaint against Slager in 2015.
The lawsuit claims that the department failed “to take immediate action” against the man who allegedly raped her, instead “waging an aggressive campaign against Dejésus to silence her.”
According to the lawsuit, the Sheriff’s Department told Dejéesus that the man “was going to be removed from the department and that he would not be permitted to work there anymore.”
According the lawsuit: After Dejèsus reported the alleged sexual assault, the department sent a written apology to Dejeseu to the effect that the incident “was an unfortunate misunderstanding.”
The apology stated that the “Deputy Chief of Police has since apologized to Dejièsu for her experience and that the deputy was removed from his position at the Sheriff Department.”
In other words, the apology implied that Dejeanesus did nothing wrong and that she should expect nothing from the Department of Justice in the future.
The department also denied that the officer had harassed her, stating that he had merely violated her rights.
The women’s lawyer, Michael A. Meehan, told the Los Feliz Sentinel that the Sheriff had sent the apology because he wanted to “send a clear message” that “the department is taking the allegations seriously and taking them very seriously.”
The complaint, however, suggests that Dejoesus was targeted because she is black and Dejouxus was black and that her experience with Slager “has nothing to do with race.”
The statement was sent to Dejoess in a letter sent to her on March 17, 2017, and says that she is “currently being investigated by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for a rape that occurred on January 20, 2017 in her home.”
“There are a lot of other cases out there that have been exposed and there is an important conversation to have about the treatment of black people by law enforcement officers.” “
The sheriff also has repeatedly made racist and insensitive comments about the community,” Meehaus told the newspaper.
“There are a lot of other cases out there that have been exposed and there is an important conversation to have about the treatment of black people by law enforcement officers.”
The Los Angeles Police Department did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Dejezsus is the second woman to file a lawsuit against Slagers department in the last month.
On January 19, a black woman named Anastasia Robinson filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against the county of Los Angeles and the Los Alamitos Police Department alleging that the deputies used racial epithets to harass her.
According to Robinson, she was assaulted by the deputies during a “situation” in the Los Ramones section of the county in February 2017.
According the suit, the deputy, identified in court documents as “Mr. K.,” said to Robinson: “I’m gonna fuck you right in the mouth.
You’ll be like a fucking ball of meat.
I’ll get your fucking ass and I’ll pull your fucking shirt off and I will eat you alive.”
Robinson also alleged that the officers told her that “your [sic] ass looks like a pussy.”
Robinson filed the lawsuit on February 20, but was forced to withdraw the lawsuit in May after it was revealed that she had a prior arrest record and had served time for domestic violence.
In a statement, the police department said that the complaint was “unfounded and unsubstantiated.”
The L.A. County Sheriff’s Office did not respond to the request for comments on the case.
The case against the L.O.P.D. in this case is a particularly bizarre one.
According a March 2016 Los Angeles Times article, the LASD was facing a massive budget deficit and was facing “dramatic reductions in overtime.”
The Times article said that a LASDF officer was recorded on video saying, “You’re a piece of shit,”
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