May 032018

Steve Grasha, registered as a Democrat in 2000 to run for congress and in 2012 ran for Congress again as a Republican. Lost his tail bad, both times.

I blocked this troll several months ago on social media when he was lecturing me about his political acumen. He came across as extremely arrogant, condescending and frankly, crazy.

In 2013, Grasha was arrested and charged with a felony for harassment and stalking. It made sense given his conduct on facebook. The Charges from this felony case were dropped.

However, perennial candidate and political gadfly Steve Grasha did indeed get a felony conviction for falsifying his nomination papers to run for office. Grasha was charged with Five Felonies and pled guilty to one felony in 1987.

After throwing a temper tantrum and getting held in contempt of court, inexplicably at a later appearance in 1988, the judge reduced the charge he pled guilty to to a misdemeanor and Grasha got 200 hours of community service.

Ever the gadfly, Grasha ran for Buena Park City Council in 1982 and 1985. In an article about his 2002 run for Palm Springs City Council, it referenced that being Grasha’s 5th run for office in Palm Springs.

Right before I blocked Grasha, he was lecturing me about how every campaign he ever worked on he won and that I did not know what I was talking about regarding helping John Cox for Governor. (Grasha supports Travis Allen) I did not know at the time that Grasha has had at least 6 failed runs for office of his own. I kind of figured he was a bombastic gasbag, at least that is what I think of him and I am sure you do to after reading about him.

Apparently, Grasha’s incredible political acumen was on display once again as he attempted to entrap Chad Bianco, similar to Mohammad Ali Mazarei, Assistant Sheriff Kevin Vest and others who got their teeth kicked in regarding the attempt to frame up a false charge of campaign sign destruction.

Grasha, by his own admission endorsed Stan Sniff on 11/26/2017. See the embedded photo from his facebook.

Grasha, under false pretenses (as made clear by his own post) met with Chad Bianco in an attempt to entrap him (see his post embedded here), under the guise of potentially supporting him. Grasha, who we know is a proven liar (both to the voters and to this blogger) is now attempting to entrap Chad Bianco in a false charge of corruption related to Oscar Rodriguez.

Dwight Christiansen and other Stan Sniff supporters are sharing this allegation from Grasha as if it is fact.

Allow me to point a few things out

  1. Accusing someone of a felony absent evidence is itself a crime
  2. This is essentially Chad’s word against Grasha’s word. Good Luck on that.

Once again Stan Sniff is associating himself with convicted felons similar to one of his donors of $7,000. Mohammad Ali Mazarei has all kinds of legal issues and still others on Team Sniff have things like prostitution, lawsuit judgements, tax liens and other convictions on their resumes.

Confident candidates do not rely on crackpots like Steve Grasha (who since he has run for office so many times is considered a limited service public figure) in order to try and gain political advantage.

#EPICFAIL Stan, time to get more anonymous profiles to attack people with since the real people carrying your water seem to have convictions (or should have convictions).

May 032018

Stan Sniff didn’t plan to fail. He Failed to Plan.

Witness a story from a media outlet usually in the Bag for him. Note – KSEQ refused to air the real story about the Kevin Duffy Serial Child Molestor Cover-Up, instead choosing to air a lie-infested response from the Sheriff. This makes this piece even more remarkable.

3,108 lower-risk individuals have been released from Riverside County jails so far this year [2015].  That’s compared with 10,895 in all of 2014.

Riverside County has a jail bed capacity of 3,914, which includes five locations: Blythe, Banning, Indio, Riverside and Murrieta.

When deciding who to release early as part of the federal mandate to prevent overcrowding, Riverside County Assistant Sheriff Jerry Gutierrez says “We take a look at who’s the best of the worst.  Obviously we don’t want to release anyone early, but we’re under a federal court order to do so, and we have no choice.”

Although those numbers appear to show a significantly fewer number of Riverside County inmates are being released early compared with last year, Gutierrez says the implementation of Proposition 47 brought a change across the state. He California jails have seen an average of 15 percent reduction in bookings.  This could be attributed to several things, including the classification of crimes as misdemeanors that were previously felonies, which allows for in-the-field citations written.

“We released fewer, but the population has still remained at max population because of realignment,” says Gutierrez  “A good percentage of our beds are occupied by the realignment population… The jail population also reduced to mirror that population,” says Gutierrez.  “Except in Riverside County, because we have fewer jail beds, so we’re still at maximum capacity.”

#Serialburglar Ernie Couto was “fed-kicked” at least three times since his first arrest in November 2014.  He bailed out at least three times, and was “cite-released” at the jail twice.  He was also issued additional citations that did not involve any time spent in jail.

Yesterday, we told you about the folowing:

According to the CEO’s office, in 2013, the sheriff released 9,286 inmates because of space limitations. That compares to what Sheriff Stan Sniff described as an unprecedented number in 2012 — 6,990.

And remember, the Sniffmeister is threatening to leave the new jail empty as leverage in negotiations. He has also left jail space empty in the past. Meantime, there are ghastly county maintenance contracts and mass abuses of overtime that could be reigned in freeing up millions to fix some of the budget problems. Sniff could not be bothered.

While KSEQ was focused on one case of a serial Car Thief, but dropped all kinds of statistics that they may not have realized set fire to Stan Sniff:

How much money gets spent to “put away” a career criminal?  What’s the cost to victims and taxpayers?

  • Riverside County’s daily jail rate is $142.42

  • Ernie Couto spent 60 days in jail between November 2014 and August 21, 2015 and prior to sentencing on October 8.

  • In one case which was adjudicated on June 29, 2015, Couto was ordered to pay $13,360 in restitution to his victims.

  • Palm Springs Police Department detectives make an average of roughly $40/hour, with variables including qualifications, experience and education.  Lt. Mike Kovaleff estimates at least 100 hours were spent by detectives investigating crimes involving Couto.  Palm Springs patrol officers were called to handle issues with Couto at least eight times between March and August, including two times in May.  Each time they spent at least 40 minutes, and sometimes upwards of two hours handling the calls.

  • Couto was also contacted by officers from the Cathedral City, Indio and Palm Desert police departments.

  • Public defenders in Riverside County make between $4,430.76 and $7,354.08 per month.

  • Deputy District Attorneys in Riverside County make a minimum of $5,428.70 and a maximum of $16,062.06 per month depending on their level of experience and position.

  • In one case involving a car theft from March, which was adjudicated on June 29, 2015, prosecutors and public defenders made at least 18 appearances in court related to Couto, including petitions to revoke his probation, and allegations of  violations of his mandatory supervision.

  • Riverside County Probation costs are billed to the offender at ranges from $16.42-$104.00 per month.  In addition, they’re billed for required urine tests.

  • A deputy probation officer 2 with a four-year degree and one year of probation experience starts out at $25.59 per hour in Riverside County.  After three or four years of experience, that individual will top out at $35.27 per hour.

  • Beth Stevens, Probation Division Director for Riverside County says “defendants do make payments.  However victims and restitution fines are paid first, and receive the greatest allocation.  The cost of probation is one of the last things paid off.”  Probation officers encourage probationers to get jobs so they can pay fines and victims restitution, however, it’s challenging to find employers willing to take risks on individuals with criminal backgrounds.

  • In another case, Couto was also ordered to pay for mandatory supervision at a cost of between $591.12 and $3,744.

This is stuff you never hear Sniff talking about. His script are dog whistle soundbytes related to AB109. However, Sniff never demonstrates any interest or knowledge of dealing with the underlying issues. Meantime damn near 30,000 criminals got Fed-Kicked from 2012-mid 2015.

As you continue reading this series, you will learn about several things Sniff did to make the problem even worse.

May 022018

… with another man’s wife (or just another woman). If you are female, let us know how you’d feel if you saw your husband in a picture like this… which is appropriate? Which is not?.

We’ve received several stories at the Right on Daily Blog that include someone alleging they saw the two on the left leaving a day spa together. There are no photos, just a story. I’ve heard others as well. It is likely that a detective or to could be following people round and we may get a neat leak of a photo.

Leave some comments, let me know what you think about the appropriateness of these photos.





May 022018

Whoops! Looks like Stan Sniff needs to trade Kevin Vest in for a pet monkey and His benefactor of $52,000+ has more issues than an episode of the Maury Povich Show.

I had made an allegation in my earlier post about this caper that it was pre-orchestrated. Take a look at when the report was made by a Roland Munoz and when the officer responded.

You will see that at 20:42 ( 8:42 PM ) the case was closed NORA – Unfounded. Note that at 21:48 it was re-opened. (That is 9:48 PM) then closed again for the final time at 9:49 PM specifically to convert it from a NORA to an actual police report. It is obvious that the responding deputy was ordered to do this.

Note that the badge number of this deputy is 1674 – this is clearly someone with 30 years of experience that responded to the case. This means that the Sheriff / his minions overrode a deputy with 30 years of experience and made him file a report. This is called playing politics with police work.

You will note that Mohammad Ali Mazarei, who is a Muslim was talking about this being like Christmas at 9:31 PM last night. (Look below for a screenshot of his comments).

Did the order come down as people like Mohammad were being told about this incident by the Sheriff or his minions that may or may not have included Kevin Vest?

This means then that his assertions that the Sheriff’s were taking fingerprints were also another lie. It seems that Mohammad lies a lot about a lot of things. It also seems that Mohammad’s big-timing and throwing token amounts of his personal wealth around have attracted a following.

As you can see from the embedded screenshot and from the screenshots in my previous post, a deputy was sent out to the scene. The deputy determined no crime was committed and there was no indication that anything alleged had occurred.

It turns out that Roland Munoz, Mohammad Ali Mazarei, Dan Cupido (a retired coroner’s employee who reputedly was retired due to poor job performance) and Assistant Sheriff Kevin Vest may well have libeled Chad Bianco’s volunteer.

Heidi Chebahtah is herself a former RSO employee who was the subject of the complaint may well have been libeled (or slandered as the case may be) along with her husband. If I was Heidi, I’d lawyer up and march down to the second floor with a summons for Mr. Kevin Vest.

Please also note that once the Second Floor figured out that this screenshot had leaked out (my speculation as to the cause) the word went out and people started pulling down their posts accusing Chad Bianco of malfeasance. Please note – I have screenshots. Stan Sniff and crew lied and they are all caught on the rightondaily blog.

This needs to be sent to the Public Integrity Unit and/or the Attorney General of California. This is corruption. 

Speaking of Mohammad Ali Mazarei, an informant indicated to me that she called the California Attorney General’s office and confirmed that both Walter Cole and Mohammad Ali Mazarei are being prosecuted related to the Smog Check Fraud by the AG’s office. It is unclear if Mohammad is facing prison time or if it is an administrative prosecution that will lead to a permanent or several year revocation of his personal auto repair and business auto repair license.

This, when verified by public records requests, will be the latest in a string of lies in Mohammad’s legal demand letter that he used in a vain attempt to bully your intrepid blogger. I have a list of everyone that shared the now debunked lie-infested legal demand letter and I will be settling scores at a time of my choosing when it suits me to do so. This is how you deal with bullies.


This sign caper is an excellent subset of the corruption of Stan Sniff and a clear indicator that the department is indeed using its’ taxpayer funded resources to assist Stan Sniff in his failing and flailing re-election bid. What’s next?


May 022018

Ladies and gentlemen, we are off and running!

The sign war has been engaged for a while, I’ve been made aware that 500+ Chad Bianco Signs have disappeared. Not sure how many of Sniff’s have…

This said, Sniff’s people have been obsessed with my experience in campaigns. So allow me to share some of said experience

  1. Destroying Signs is not even a misdemeanor. It is an infraction at best. This makes calling out a deputy to the scene of this “alleged” incident absurd and likely another abuse of power by Stan Sniff
  2. Stealing Signs valued at under $950 is not a misdemeanor from common areas. It becomes petty theft if stolen from private property and then only if the property owner wanted the sign there.
  3. You would actually get in more trouble for spray-painting signs (see also vandalism) than you would for destruction or theft of them. (The Sheriff knows this, and if he does not, this is the latest evidence of his incompetence).

Mohammad Ali Mazarei did not waste any time whining and threatening people. Mohammad who was slow to respond to police asking for surveillance footage of an idiot that shot himself on his property, was fast to respond to a video that shows a retired investigator fixing Chad’s signs but shows nothing related to any destruction / theft of Sniff’s. The hysterical Sniff supporters are even claiming there was something nefarious related to Calvert’s signs.

Stan Sniff bought Paper Signs and wonders why they rip in 60MPH winds and Rain. #FACEPALM. Perhaps this is why he is unable to comprehend rusted out cars, busted antique computers and malfunctioning body cameras.

Take a deep breath people. This happens in every campaign to everyone. The real issue is Stan Sniff’s corruption and the 30,000 slimebags that have been fed-kicked on his watch. This of course is why Stan Sniff and crew went on a coordinated attack to attempt to create a distraction.

It is a lot easier to create a distraction when you have several employees doing campaign work on government time. (something widely known and alleged for months now)

Kevin Vest is an Assistant Sheriff that I have written about a lot. Suffice to say, Vest has a long storied history that appears to include a lot of corruption of his own.

Dan Stupido, whose coordinated post is pictured on the right. He is a retired Coroner Supervisor who is reputed to have been told to retire related to poor job performance. Similar to Huizinga and Pelato, he was anti-Sniff until a year ago, now he is in the bag for the Sheriff. It makes your intrepid blogger wonder what went on behind the scenes there.

And of course no thread would be complete without Mohammad Ali Mazarei threatening people. Mohammad has issues that may be far deeper than we will get to on this blog. But, suffice to say, we have gotten his goat pretty good.

Lastly and most importantly – see the comment from a Whitney Shephard – “You Can’t get an officer to respond to a car break in, but they are all over Stan’s signs?”

That comment encapsulates Stan Sniff’s tenure as Sheriff in one sentence. Stan Sniff is devoid of a core, which is why people like Mohammad are attracted to him and why you see things like a sudden interest in processing CCW applictions despite waits of 2 years for at least the last 5 years.

At this rate, maybe the Jails will get staffed and something will get done about the horrendous record of Fed-Kicks? Maybe Sniff will start cooperating with ICE Again? Maybe equipment will get replaced? Maybe competent free-thinking people will get promoted?

Sorry, I was getting ahead of my skis. Back to reality. Fire Stan Sniff, now.

Lastly, if the local media picks up this non-story after ignoring all of the Corruption, instead of reporting on say the Kevin Duffy scandal, you will know that they are part of the corruption.