Mike Trivisonno told us government will not investigate themselves


Even with the help of East Cleveland native and top radio personality The Mike Trivisonno Show – WTAM.com Ohio Attorney General sends back the response that there is nothing he can do to help citizens in East Cleveland Ohio.  triv01


 

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Constituent Services <ConstituentServices@ohioattorneygeneral.gov>
2:09 PM (17 hours ago)
to me
Dear Gerald,

Thank you for contacting the Ohio Attorney General’s office regarding actions by the East Cleveland Mayor and Police Chief.

It is important to recognize that Ohio is a home rule state; meaning no state elected official has the authority to oversee the day-to-day operations of a local elected official. Consequently, our office has no authority to intervene in this matter. Constituents will need to contact the municipal government to express their concerns.

Again, thank you for contacting our office. If we can ever be of assistance to you in the future, feel free to contact us.

Very respectfully yours,

S. Morgen
Constituent Liaison
Constituent Services
Ohio Attorney General’s Office

—–Original Message—–

http://44112news.com/?p=2966

East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton and Police Chief Michael Cardilli may have put drivers and pedestrians lives in jeopardy by stopping traffic lights just to give out citations.

There are going to be a lot of East Cleveland People reaching out for help and with thousands of taxpayers effected this matter deserves some attention from our AG.


 

Despite having the ability to investigate public corruption DeWine tell East Cleveland citizens to contact the Mayor of East Cleveland to investigate himself.  From the Attorney General website:

The Special Investigations Unit conducts probes that fall outside the scope of BCI’s other investigative units. Typical cases include serial crimes, unsolved homicides, fugitive apprehension, police-involved shootings, public corruption investigations, and dignitary protection.

So East Cleveland residents according to the Mike Dewine correspondence must rely upon Detective Sergeant Scott Gardner who himself is on parole from Medina and Cuyahoga County to investigate his boss Chief of Police Michael Cardilli and Mayor Gary Norton.

Gardner-Scott  Some people will remember that Scott Gardner was the first detective who looked into the incident where Cleveland Police came to East Cleveland on a high speed chase and shot two unarmed citizens one hundred and thirty seven time.  Gardner found that there was absolutely no wrong doing leading the United States Justice Department to ferret the truth.

At this point we are giving Mike Trivisonno a public apology as he stated on his show that government officials are less than honorable.  Here DeWine does not even consider that public corruption is going on and will only act if someone from the government asks for his help.  Constituent requests mean nothing to the newly elected Ohio Attorney General.kiska01 - 00hr 00min 38sec

We still urge people to keep calling Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and sending out emails when calls fail  to ConstituentServices@ohioattorneygeneral.gov   Perhaps this department is not the right place for this inquiry and it should gone to Special Prosecutions Division Matthew J. Donahue Section Chief and  Angela R. Canepa Assistant Section Chief and staff who have all the tools needed to at least check out whether or not Mayor Gary Norton intentionally placed the traffic light at Euclid Ave, Forest Park Blvd and Wheeler Ave on blink mode just to collect traffic tickets. Phone: 614-644-7233 or Toll-free: 800-282-0515 Local: 614-466-4986

 Shame on Mike DeWine for thinking that the very people being complained about can do a fair investigation into their alleged crimes and corruption in office.  Perhaps you should at least allow Special Prosecutions to conduct a fair investigation into what is happening daily in East Cleveland.

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One Comment to Mike Trivisonno told us government will not investigate themselves

  1. jerrydj says:

    Constituent Services
    2:09 PM (19 hours ago)

    to me
    Dear Gerald,

    Thank you for contacting the Ohio Attorney General’s office regarding actions by the East Cleveland Mayor and Police Chief.

    It is important to recognize that Ohio is a home rule state; meaning no state elected official has the authority to oversee the day-to-day operations of a local elected official. Consequently, our office has no authority to intervene in this matter. Constituents will need to contact the municipal government to express their concerns.

    Again, thank you for contacting our office. If we can ever be of assistance to you in the future, feel free to contact us.

    Very respectfully yours,

    S. Morgen
    Constituent Liaison
    Constituent Services
    Ohio Attorney General’s Office

    —–Original Message—–

    http://44112news.com/?p=2966

    East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton and Police Chief Michael Cardilli may have put drivers and pedestrians lives in jeopardy by stopping traffic lights just to give out citations.

    There are going to be a lot of East Cleveland People reaching out for help and with thousands of taxpayers effected this matter deserves some attention from our AG.

    East Cleveland
    9:24 AM (0 minutes ago)

    to Constituent
    Dear S. Morgan – Sometimes when we type out letters such as the one you sent to us it can’t make any sense to you but you still manage to do it. In your letter you are telling us to get the people we allege are doing wrong to investigate themselves and that the State of Ohio does not handle public corruption.

    That all seems a bit strange since Mike DeWine got into office stating that he would investigate public corruption and now his office changes directions after the election is over. This according to WTAM 1100 personality Mike Trivisonno is exactly what would happen as we ask government to investigate government.

    Perhaps this should be taken to the weekly staff conference and at lease considered rather than tell us to get the same people being asked to be investigated to investigate themselves. Either way should Mike Trivisonno be correct your office will do it’s best best to not help the people of East Cleveland or at least find out if the traffic box has been set to blink red and police officers instructed to pull over citizens on US 20 the longest road in the United States running through the middle of East Cleveland Ohio.

    PLEASE no more Form Letters and I am asking Mike DeWine to join us on the radio live to talk about East Cleveland and what is going on right now.

    Thank you very much

    Gerald Strothers – 44112News.com

    http://44112news.com/?p=3104

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