Source: Karla Lawrence, HartfordCommunityCourt.com
For our viewers, it is our intent to serve and protect the freedoms of any and all individuals with case evidence exonerating and explaining a situation based on it’s timing and perception. As many well know, the acts of December 14th, 2012 play a role in history that has affected all of the U.S. population and abroad. Through careful consideration of the sensitive topic and information that will be provided, we extend the invitation of all viewers to listen to the following phone calls in which the State’s Attorney of Connecticut CANNOT AND WILL NOT reveal the facts of their investigative file to the public.
Jonathan Reich, in the case of State of Connecticut vs. Jonathan Reich, has not had any conclusive evidence brought against him. The State’s Attorney’s Office, as of September 24th, 2014 has absolutely no pertinent multimedia evidence in their case file. In the below referenced phone call, the State’s Attorney’s Office of the State of Connecticut in their own report cannot verify the actual caller. According to anonymous sources, the Avon Police Department Detective Jason Reid, obtained the information for the State’s Attorney via improper legal procedures and did not proceed in obtaining the facts in a legal manner. According to documents obtained exclusively by HartfordCommunityCourt.com, the information from TelTech Systems was related over the phone without an ex-parte order or subpoena prior to the disclosure of information by a TelTech Systems representative. Through the audio, we cannot tell here if the voice calls are masked or if they are an actual person at this time. ***Disclaimer: These phone calls were obtained through a third party not affiliated with TelTech Systems.***
In the Arrest Warrant Application, Detective Jason Reid, stated and I quote, “That, other harassing phone calls were made to phone numbers of individuals who are setting up charitable organization for victims of the Newton incident. I contacted a family from Durham, CT who received daily phone calls from the suspect that were harassing in nature. This incident was reported to the Connecticut State Police Resident Troopers Office.” (Arrest Warrant Application – Avon Police Department Case #1300000765)
According to actual phone records, these are the only two “alleged” calls which fit the parameters of a Durham, CT call. Still, their content prompted a major investigation including six different towns and across state lines. Detective Jason Reid of Avon Police Department intentionally misled the Judge in exaggeration to execute a warrant for $50,000 bond with patently false information.
These calls seem to be to a specific fundraising organization, however the news stories have changed the narrative entirely.
These calls were “allegedly” placed to “alleged” “Sandy Hook Families” & “Sandy Hook Victims” as quoted by multiple media outlets:
(As covered previously by HartfordCommunityCourt.com – http://www.hartfordcommunitycourt.com/index.php/2015/09/19/fox-ct-covertly-alters-sandy-hook-news-report/)