MUSTAFAH RAZAVI'S "REPEATED AND EGREGIOUS MISCONDUCT" IN THE LABRIOLA CASE WAS NOT AN ANOMOLY AND SIMPLY DEMONSTRATES THE ONGOING COURSE OF PROSECUTORIAL MISCONDUCT IN THE MEDINA COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE, CONDONED AND PROMOTED BY CORRUPT MEDINA COUNTY PROSECUTOR DINO HOEMAN.
COMPARE MUSTAFAH RAZAVI'S "REPEATED AND EGREGIOUS MISCONDUCT" IN THE LABRIOLA CASE WITH MUSTAFAH'S "REPEATED AND EGREGIOUS MISCONDUCT" IN THE CASE BEING PROFILED AT THIS BLOG, ALONG WITH THE "REPEATED AND EGREGIOUS MISCONDUCT" OF ASS. PROSECUTOR SCOTT SLEAZEBURY.
Shown below are excerpts from the transcript of the case being profiled at this blog, along with appropriate commentary.
There's an old saying, fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me. Something along those lines. I think that's how it goes. And the general idea is you are not going to keep accepting garbage and just say, hey, give me another try. (Tr. at 1116.)
as much as they [the defense] want to put on ridiculous testimony and lies --I'm [SLEAZEBURY] not as polite as Mr.[Mustafah] Razavi and [Defense counsel] -- and lies to say that door was wide open every time I entered their premises, absolutely, definitely. (Tr. at 1190).
And I'll submit to you that the defense presented to you a lot of irrelevant, frankly useless evidence, and I submit to you on behalf of the State of Ohio that what they presented, a lot of it was, frankly, useless to your determination today. (Tr. at 1106). [These remarks also include use of the prosecutor’s position for improper vouching.]
Despite all the attempts they have made to have this preposterous notion that there's some like one-way privilege . . . (Tr. at 1098).
Their argument is that for 30 minutes she was there sitting in the living room while he watered the flowers. Impossible. Not true. Made up. (Tr. at 1112).
And I suggest to you that most of these [defense exhibits] are frankly worthless. (Tr. at 1115).
Why did they put on this all? To try to distract your attention from the evidence in this case. (Tr. at 1115).
their [defense] theory, it got so preposterous, ladies and gentlemen (Tr. at 1124).
but the really preposterous things . . . (Tr. at 1125).
That's ridiculous. (Tr. at 1191).
That's something they made up later to try to say that this time elapsed, which it didn't. (Tr. at 1193)
The best story he could come up with is he's going there, this night, to Deputy Clinage, this is what Clinage told you, "I'm going there to cool off and to go groundhog hunting." Well, curiously, Al Leighton never told you that. Because it's not true. (Tr. at 1202).
The Ninth District Court of Appeals has seen it all before, and will most certainly see it all again . . . and again . . . and again.