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U.S.Department of Justice: Red Lake Felon Indicted For Possessing Two Firearms — So Why Does Frederick County Maryland Law Enforcement Refuse to Charge Domestic Violence Felon with Nine Counts of Illegal Possession on Mandatory Gun Law? Victim Cries, “Conspiracy!”

May 12, 2011

Author’s Note:

My ex-husband is a 50-something-year-old domestic violence felon in constructive possession of a nine-millimeter pistol, two  .22 caliper rifles and at least three boxes ammunition for the period of at least October 14, 2010 through April 22, 2011. The Sheriff’s Office, in cooperation with a Maryland State Police’s “ATF Liason”, removed the weapons but did not file criminal charges on what is a mandatory sentence of five years per count.  In fact, no arrests were made and they “do not plan to prosecute because the case is not big enough”. Additionally, this convicted felon is allegedly in possession of a shotgun and a homemade silencer, adding another two mandatory five-year counts each. Additionally, the .45 caliper that our son used at his father’s residence to commit suicide on October 14, 2010 should be included in the indictment, don’t you think?

This felon’s prior criminal record includes: (1) Possession of 2-lbs of marijuana with intent to distribute; (2) Assault & Battery with serious injury; (3) Indictment for statutory rape of a 14-year-old, he was additionally extradicted for kidnapping a minor across state lines and contributing to the delinquency of a minor (he plead to a lesser conviction of contributing to the delinquency of a minor) — and on a side note, he totaled our family car in the process; (4) Felony Domestic Violence Assault which carried a three-year sentence; and (5) various contempt charges and protection orders for kidnapping his children and not paying Court-ordered child support and alimony, amongst other things.

As other aggravating criminal factors of March 2009, this Deadbeat Dad owed me approximately $130,000 (that’s one-hundred thirty-thousand dollars) and I could not get the State to prosecute or even take administrative support enforcement. It is reported that this man is still not a U.S. Citizen after coming to America more than 45 years ago. Today he owes me over $50,000 in unpaid support and he still has his passport…and I’m going for a criminal indictment on criminal nonsupport…

I have received no cooperation from the Sheriff’s Office, the Maryland State Police, or even the ATF in filing an information or indictment on the mandatory gun law. In fact, they now ignore my phone calls and refuse to release any of the public information to which I am entitled, like “which of the guns did they retrieve?” and “what happened to the shotgun I saw in the home that is still unaccounted for” and “did you get the homemade silencer?” and “why are you releasing the guns to a domestic violence felon?” — especially since now “the case is closed” before it was even opened!

Let us explore WHY I am so outraged, why the “local law enforcement” that the State’s Prosecutor sent me to file a criminal complaint refuses to file a complaint, and why the State’s Attorney or any other law enforcement agent disregarded and continues to disregard public safety.

The Mayor, Governor, U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland, the Senator, and all of America is about to learn about this case in detail. I am crying “CONSPIRACY” loud and clear. If you are having trouble getting an information filed by your State’s Prosecutor, I want to hear your story.

Meanwhile, here’s a case where some felon was indicted for possessing only two firearms. What is wrong with this picture?

Comments anybody? Please?

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U.S.Department of Justice, United States Attorney District of Minnesota

B.Todd Jones, United  States Attorney

For Immediate Release: Red Lake Felon Indicted For Possessing Two Firearms

December 8, 2010

Contact:          Jeanne F. Cooney, Director of Community Relations, (612) 664-5611,

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A 24-year-old felon from Red Lake was indicted today in federal court in St. Paul for allegedly possessing a .24 caliber rifle and a nine-millimeter pistol in July of 2010. The indictment charges Fabian Wayne English with two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

The indictment alleges that on July 21, 2010, English possessed a .24 caliber rifle, and that on July 22, 2010, he possessed a nine-millimeter pistol. Because he is a felon, English is prohibited under federal law from possessing a firearm or ammunition at any time. English’s prior felonies include a 2006 conviction in the District of Minnesota for assault resulting in serious bodily injury and a 2010 conviction in Becker County for fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle.

If convicted, English faces a potential maximum penalty of ten years in prison on each count. All sentences will be determined by a federal district court judge.

This case is the result of an investigation by the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and the Red Lake Tribal Police Department. It is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael A. Dees.

Note, this case is part of Project Safe Neighborhoods, an initiative launched by the U.S. Justice Department in 2001 to promote a multi-jurisdictional, comprehensive approach to reducing gun crime in America. PSN provides resources to strengthen law enforcement and crime prevention partnerships that are working to make our streets and communities safer.


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