Saturday, May 31, 2014

Library Board Commits Felonies and Misdemeanors

A felony is not a game.
Did a library commit a Class D Felony by calling the police needlessly during a library board meeting and by other means?  A complaint was made via a 911 call about a "disruption" by library patrons who have investigated the library and found it repeatedly defies the law, covers up the crime of child pornography, and thwarts police efforts to stop registered sex offenders from violating the law.  Even the state's Attorney General has found the library repeatedly violates the law and commits Class C misdemeanors.

Remarkably, this is all captured in YouTube videos.  Watch the videos, then make your own conclusions.  A felony is not a game, especially when committed by elected officials seeking to silence whistleblowers.

As a background, a public library board quorum meets illegally and in secret before the official library board meeting.  The quorum apparently firmed up plans already in place for how to entrap patrons who complain about the library board repeatedly breaking the law:

Then the meeting begins.  Here is the library board meeting in progress.  It contains a "disruption," the resultant 911 call to the police, and the arrival of the police:



Here is the recording of the 911 call to police that occurred at the meeting shown above:



Here is the library personnel, the library lawyer, and the police colluding to entrap the patrons (though the police have been provided with false information by the library designed to mislead them, such as the false claim on the 911 call that the call was intentionally disrupted by one of the patrons):



If "disruption" is a crime, look at all the actual disruption by the library board itself and the library attorney himself:



Here is a very good overview of the crimes, including the fake 911 call felony, from another source:

Now here is the state law on disorderly conduct, emphasis mine:

    (720 ILCS 5/26-1) (from Ch. 38, par. 26-1)

    Sec. 26-1. Disorderly conduct.

    (a) A person commits disorderly conduct when he or she knowingly:
        (1) Does any act in such unreasonable manner as to alarm or disturb another and to provoke a breach of the peace;
        (2) Transmits or causes to be transmitted in any manner to the fire department of any city, town, village or fire protection district a false alarm of fire, knowing at the time of the transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that the fire exists;
        (3) Transmits or causes to be transmitted in any manner to another a false alarm to the effect that a bomb or other explosive of any nature or a container holding poison gas, a deadly biological or chemical contaminant, or radioactive substance is concealed in a place where its explosion or release would endanger human life, knowing at the time of the transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that the bomb, explosive or a container holding poison gas, a deadly biological or chemical contaminant, or radioactive substance is concealed in the place;
        (3.5) Transmits or causes to be transmitted a threat of destruction of a school building or school property, or a threat of violence, death, or bodily harm directed against persons at a school, school function, or school event, whether or not school is in session;
        (4) Transmits or causes to be transmitted in any manner to any peace officer, public officer or public employee a report to the effect that an offense will be committed, is being committed, or has been committed, knowing at the time of the transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that the offense will be committed, is being committed, or has been committed;
        (5) Transmits or causes to be transmitted a false report to any public safety agency without the reasonable grounds necessary to believe that transmitting the report is necessary for the safety and welfare of the public; or
        (6) Calls the number "911" for the purpose of making or transmitting a false alarm or complaint and reporting information when, at the time the call or transmission is made, the person knows there is no reasonable ground for making the call or transmission and further knows that the call or transmission could result in the emergency response of any public safety agency;
        (7) Transmits or causes to be transmitted a false report to the Department of Children and Family Services under Section 4 of the "Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act";
        (8) Transmits or causes to be transmitted a false report to the Department of Public Health under the Nursing Home Care Act, the Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Act of 2013, or the ID/DD Community Care Act;
        (9) Transmits or causes to be transmitted in any manner to the police department or fire department of any municipality or fire protection district, or any privately owned and operated ambulance service, a false request for an ambulance, emergency medical technician-ambulance or emergency medical technician-paramedic knowing at the time there is no reasonable ground for believing that the assistance is required;
        (10) Transmits or causes to be transmitted a false report under Article II of "An Act in relation to victims of violence and abuse", approved September 16, 1984, as amended;
        (11) Enters upon the property of another and for a lewd or unlawful purpose deliberately looks into a dwelling on the property through any window or other opening in it; or
        (12) While acting as a collection agency as defined in the Collection Agency Act or as an employee of the collection agency, and while attempting to collect an alleged debt, makes a telephone call to the alleged debtor which is designed to harass, annoy or intimidate the alleged debtor.

    (b) Sentence. A violation of subsection (a)(1) of this Section is a Class C misdemeanor. A violation of subsection (a)(5) or (a)(11) of this Section is a Class A misdemeanor. A violation of subsection (a)(8) or (a)(10) of this Section is a Class B misdemeanor. A violation of subsection (a)(2), (a)(3.5), (a)(4), (a)(6), (a)(7), or (a)(9) of this Section is a Class 4 felony. A violation of subsection (a)(3) of this Section is a Class 3 felony, for which a fine of not less than $3,000 and no more than $10,000 shall be assessed in addition to any other penalty imposed.
    A violation of subsection (a)(12) of this Section is a Business Offense and shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $3,000. A second or subsequent violation of subsection (a)(7) or (a)(5) of this Section is a Class 4 felony. A third or subsequent violation of subsection (a)(11) of this Section is a Class 4 felony.

    (c) In addition to any other sentence that may be imposed, a court shall order any person convicted of disorderly conduct to perform community service for not less than 30 and not more than 120 hours, if community service is available in the jurisdiction and is funded and approved by the county board of the county where the offense was committed. In addition, whenever any person is placed on supervision for an alleged offense under this Section, the supervision shall be conditioned upon the performance of the community service.
    This subsection does not apply when the court imposes a sentence of incarceration.

    (d) In addition to any other sentence that may be imposed, the court shall order any person convicted of disorderly conduct under paragraph (3) of subsection (a) involving a false alarm of a threat that a bomb or explosive device has been placed in a school to reimburse the unit of government that employs the emergency response officer or officers that were dispatched to the school for the cost of the search for a bomb or explosive device. For the purposes of this Section, "emergency response" means any incident requiring a response by a police officer, a firefighter, a State Fire Marshal employee, or an ambulance.

(Source: P.A. 97-38, eff. 6-28-11; 97-227, eff. 1-1-12; 97-813, eff. 7-13-12; 97-1108, eff. 1-1-13; 98-104, eff. 7-22-13.)


You saw the evidence.  You saw the law.  You saw the whistleblowers speaking up to stop the criminality in the public library.  Now you make up your own minds.  Has the library or has it not committed at least one felony requiring a minimum prison term of one year? 

Orland Park Public Library's many false police reports to stifle whistleblowers.

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4 comments:

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    1. I agree. And in my opinion, more than one. And all this to allow the flow of child pornography to continue unabated. There is a minimum sentence of a year in jail. I'm sorry library trustees, library employees, and library attorney might end up going to jail, but it's not like they don't know they are breaking the law and choose to keep doing so. Those YouTube videos were really telling. Great evidence for a criminal trail.

      And the library's social media pages have blocked comments from me and the whistleblowers.

      And the library media like Library Journal and ALA's own American Libraries don't not report on this kind of bad news.

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