Category Archives: Police Corruption

AoJ Weekly #12 – Stephon Clark Shooting



Now that the smoke has somewhat cleared, and we have more information about the Stephon Clark shooting, the Archangels talk about the incident. We begin by playing the actual 911 that lead Sacramento Police to Stephon’s location, Sal talks about what happened according to reports. After listening to the police audio from the shooting, Sal … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #12 – Stephon Clark Shooting


AoJ Weekly #11 – Jennifer Heard Interview Pt. 2



In this week’s episode, the Archangels finish their interview with ex-Detective of the Martin County Sheriffs, Jennifer Heard. We pick up the interview, talking about the treatment she received at the hands of Judge Richard B. Burk, in the Martin County courts, which calls into question his ability to protect the public. Then Archangel Investigator, … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #11 – Jennifer Heard Interview Pt. 2


AoJ Weekly #10 – Jennifer Heard Pt. 1



After missing last week, Archangels of Justice Weekly is back with a truly troubling episode about a child being abused by his father and a mother desperately fighting for her son’s safety. In part 1 of 2, we speak with Jennifer Heard, ex-Detective of the Martin County Sheriffs, about the case involving her son and … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #10 – Jennifer Heard Pt. 1


AoJ Weekly #9 – Government and Your Children, School Shootings, School Failures with Special Needs Children, and Preview of Leonard Peltier Case



Does the Government really know what’s best for your children and who do go to for help if they make a wrong decision? School Shootings seem to be on the rise but so is the training for officers, so how did the police perform so inadequately at the recent shooting in Parkland, Florida? How do … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #9 – Government and Your Children, School Shootings, School Failures with Special Needs Children, and Preview of Leonard Peltier Case


AoJ Weekly #8 – Solving an Law Enforcement Injustice (How to File an Affidavit)



In this week’s episode the Archangels talk about the Pravin Varughese case, who was a 19-year-old Southern Illinois student murdered after receiving a ride home from a party. The police originally declared his death hypothermia but after the Archangels investigated they found his case to be a clear-cut murder. Even after providing evidence to the … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #8 – Solving an Law Enforcement Injustice (How to File an Affidavit)


AoJ Weekly #7 – Police Kill Two Innocent Victims in Wisconsin



This week the Archangels talk about the two police shootings in Wisconsin of Michael Funk and Michael Bell. Both case ended with the victims dead at the scene and no charges were ever filed in either case. Our two Archangels worked on the cases, they explain what happened and how the police officers tried to … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #7 – Police Kill Two Innocent Victims in Wisconsin


AoJ Weekly #5 – WWII Vet Exploited by Guardian pt. 1



In part one of a two-part series, we speak with Becky Schultz about her father, Guadalupe Olvera, and the experience she had with a guardianship in Nevada. Her father was a WW2 vet and 89 years old at the time. Becky has been fighting against this abusive guardian, Jared Shafer in Nevada courts for over … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #5 – WWII Vet Exploited by Guardian pt. 1


AoJ Weekly #4 – How to Speak with a Law Enforcement Official



This week the Archangels speak with Walter Stern, a defense attorney out of Wisconsin and someone who was wrongfully charged with money laundering. The charges were eventually overturned but after a 3-year battle he got his license back, he now fights for others who find themselves in similar circumstances. We begin by talking about his … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #4 – How to Speak with a Law Enforcement Official


AoJ Weekly #3 – Treatment of Civilian vs. Police After Shootings



Are civilians treated differently than Law Enforcement officers in the wake of a deadly force situation? Sal, Ira and Joe speak with nationally recognized expert in police practices and witness for the defense of George Zimmerman, Dennis Root, about this question. Also, we look at other cases where police officers are given preferential treatment after … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #3 – Treatment of Civilian vs. Police After Shootings