My angel, Officer Montalvo, came to Clara Foltze's( very fucked up,) courthouse, and told Alissa Sterling that she would "testify to the truth. No crime was committed and that is why she took no report and no incident report was even prepared."That is all Alissa Sterling Nee Malzman would tell me, cause she's rotten - there must have been much more. This tragic hero, Montalvo, came on February 23rd 2010 and before that day the prosecutors had put her on their prosecution witness list. You see, they were so sure she'd fold for them. Especially, since Nick Kroll was the star witness for that same "incident." He had attested that various crimes were committed and he added ugly little touches such as " I saw beer bottles all over their car." Well, not only was there never a beer bottle in that sweet little Subaru, but it would turn out that Nick Kroll was never at the Improv comedy club on Melrose on that evening.....Not only that but Tig Notaro had used Nick Kroll before in an effort to get a restraining order(she had no right to ask for much get...)and so she would get what Nick Kroll had made possible, by putting in a few "phone calls." In short, he had submitted false statements to police and prosecutors and he had set up this Tig thing with John Gregozek and Jeffrey Dunn. They in turn could anticipate a fancy job with Kroll, ASAP.
Three days after Montalvo made that heroic choice, she died in a way that provoked suspicion in many others and myself, of course. But, only till today am 100 percent sure that this had nothing to do with coincidence. I do hope that Jerry Rodelo and Janell Badar, and the many others who have been doubting the official story-- do something big to redeem her excellent name. Her murder cries out for Justice. It sure has made me sob on too many occasions to admit.
I only learned who Nick Kroll was, and how crucial(and deadly) was his involvement, four or so months ago. Oooh, what a pernicious sack of murderous crap is that unfunny little fellow! Thank god he's so damned unfunny. I'd hate to DESPISE a funny person.
I am keenly aware that accusing Nick Kroll of playing a major part in murdering a witness, who is also a cop, sounds outlandish, but my gut and brain, and the ever growing circumstantial evidence points to that scary scary conclusion.
And, what about the fact that Heid Feigin was getting phone calls where the voice said, " Why are you testifying for the other side." Sterling was tol this by Ms. Feigin(another great lady) and Sterling was duty bound to bring that forward . Obstruction of justice. Witness Intimidation in a criminal trial??? Hellllloooooooooooo.
She either was terribly spooked, or she is a louse of the lousiest variety. Judging by her attitude, and many statements, I'll go with the latter. It was assumed by Feigin that it was Hunter Seidman, Notaro's strange little manager, who was making these ominous calls. But, considering the Ian Puddick Case, and the call I would get, after getting out of jail( where I was kept with no charges and no legal basis whatsoever) and now the "ominous call' mentioned by this JR commenter person.... I smell a big fat Kroll in this very special yet scary Rabbit Hole.
We see it all of the time. CHP that routinely cross the double yellow lines of the diamond lanes. Cops racing with their emergency lights on only to me seen pulling into In n Out for a burger.
Off duty cops wandering out of a bar drunk as hell, getting in their car and driving away. It happens every day here in Los Angeles.
A Los Angeles Police Department officer was legally drunk when she crashed her car in Diamond Bar earlier this year, according to a county coroner’s report.
Jacqueline Montalvo, 37, was killed in the Feb. 25 crash. Three other people were injured.
Montalvo, of Rowland Heights, was off-duty and heading north on Grand Avenue in Diamond Bar when she veered across a median into opposing traffic and collided with two pick-up trucks, sheriffs investigators said.
Her blood alcohol level was 0.18 percent, more than twice the legal limit of 0.08 percent, according to the coroner.
Relatives said Montalvo ate lunch with friends and likely went shopping in the hours before the crash.
Deputy John Rodriguez, the traffic investigator assigned to the case, said on Tuesday he didn’t know where Montalvo was coming from or going.
ion.He said he had not yet seen the coroner’s report, and he hadn’t found any other evidence to suggest Montalvo was drunk at the time of the collis
Montalvo, an 11-year veteran of the police department, got engaged to her boyfriend — also an LAPD officer — about two weeks before her death.
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