Local Longmont, CO Businessman/Longmont Times-Call Advertiser Quietly Dies Of Complications Related to Cocaine Overdose, While Victim of Government Corruption Is Unrelentingly Harassed by Longmont Times-Call & Boulder Daily Camera Editor John Vahlenkamp.
Longmont, CO – Paul D. Ferris, 54, of Longmont, CO died of complications related to a massive cocaine overdose March 3, 2014 at Longmont United Hospital, according to wife Karen.
Update: February 28, 2018 – Longmont Times-Call Editor John Vahlenkamp has removed previously linked articles about former Perfection Painting Co. owner Paul Ferris, Boulder,CO Attorney David Wymore, and The Triangle Club in Longmont, CO from their website to prevent THIS article from appearing in related search queries!
Members of Narcotics Anonymous at Triangle Club in Longmont, CO stated that Paul Ferris, owner of Longmont, CO based Perfection Painting Co., was in possession of 2 lbs. of cocaine, with an estimated value of $25,000.00, and 32 hypodermic syringes when he was found in his hotel room by family members. Ferris’ cocaine use was widely known throughout the Boulder county construction industry. Perfection Painting also budgeted a significant amount money for advertising with the Longmont Times-Call, according to one former TC staffer. The Longmont Times-Call made no mention of the circumstances of Ferris’ death, certainly a newsworthy event, and to this day a Google search reveals nothing, except clear evidence that advertising revenue will buy the biased Longmont Times-Call’s silence.
Neither respectful silence, nor accurate reporting by The Longmont Times-Call, or the Boulder Daily Camera was to be the fate of Longmont, CO homeowner Craig Buckley, whose home was illegally raided multiple times by Longmont Police during this same time period.
Buckley had sued his former employers, (now defunct) Dream Stone Marble & Granite for wages due at the time of his termination. According to Colorado House Representative Jonathan Singer, Buckley’s Due Process Right to seek an award of damages before the Court was violated when Weld County District Court Chief Judge James Hartmann fraudulently ruled, in violation of C.R.S. 8-4-110(2) of the Colorado Wage Act, that the Court had no jurisdiction, because the matter was before the Colorado Division of Labor. Interestingly, the employers were simultaneously swearing before the Colorado Division of Labor that it had no jurisdiction, because the matter was before the Court: constituting Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant and Fraud Upon the Court, which corrupt Weld County Court Chief Judge James Hartmann then spent 4 years concealing, aiding, abetting and compounding.
Singer was the House Representative responsible for the 2014 revisions to the Colorado Wage Act, and spoke definitively on the topic, December 23, 2015, stating, “Before the 2014 revisions, the DOL had no more authority than to write a nasty letter to the employers. and that worked maybe 50% of the time”. Buckley’s case was unlawfully dismissed and the employers were awarded attorneys’ fees.
Buckley’s home was illegally raided, and he was incarcerated by the Longmont PD for refusing to give the deed to his home to his former employers.
Ten days later, Buckley’s home was illegally raided by the Longmont PD again and he was incarcerated for alleged Felony Retaliation Against a Judge for supposed threatening statements he was purported to have made during the first illegal raid. “I was sitting in my garage, minding my own business, listening to Johnny Cash, working on my ’57 Chevy, and these Stormtroopers came charging into my house,” laments Buckley. They had no right in Hell to be their either time.” These are significant facts which have been concealed by the Longmont Times-Call.
Judge James Hartmann would later commit First Degree Perjury, in sworn testimony April 21, 2014, before the Boulder County District Court to conceal his involvement in the Class 4 Felony, and Fraud Upon the Court.
In a case that Tim Masters’ attorney David Wymore called, “Bullshit”, Boulder DA Stan Garnett proceeded to trial, allegedly as a personal favor to Congressman (then Weld County DA) Ken Buck, and the Longmont Times-Call began a malicious campaign of libelous and inflammatory reporting spearheaded by (now fired) Longmont Times-Call staff writer P.J. Shields. “This is a personal vendetta AGAINST Judge James Hartmann!”, Pierrette J Shields, fraudulently reported that Buckley had threatened. No such evidence exists, according to analysis of the Longmont PD audio recordings, however that did not stop Longmont Times-Call Editor John Vahlenkamp from threatening Buckley for “illegally” using the press photo of Pierrette J Shields in a critique of the Longmont Times-Call’s fraudulent article. That libelous article remains on the Longmont Times-Call website to this date. Buckley’s actual statement was,“This is a personal vendetta BY Judge James Hartmann!”. It is doubtful this inflammatory and malicious “mistake” could have been accidental, as their are NO phonetic similarities between “AGAINST”, and “BY”.
“I had begged the Longmont Times-Call for help, evidence in hand, many months before Hartmann’s illegal raids on my home,” stated Buckley. “They could have used the ‘power of the press’ to help, but instead, I was treated like garbage.”
Boulder county residents are to be advised to expect that, should they ever become the victims of attack by corrupt government officials, the Longmont Times-Call, and the Boulder Daily Camera WILL take the side of government, despite evidence of criminal wrongdoing by public officials.
The Government of Colorado, with full knowledge of crime by Judge James Hartmann, Congressman Ken Buck, and Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett should, rightfully, publicly release all
transcripts related to the ongoing crimes of the aforementioned. The Government of Colorado WILL, however, continue to use our socioeconomic status to conceal evidence. We need (very
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