Remember the “Sign Caper”, when a Chad Bianco volunteer (who happens to be a retired investigator) was framed by a couple of Stan Sniff’s donors for allegedly defacing Sniff’s litter?
A police department that does not usually even respond to a car theft had a corporal on scene with the forensics team.
Well it turns out that Team Sniff involves yet another felon.
Sally’s Beauty Shop is the Sniffmeister’s preferred place to get what hair he has left cut.
As you can see Sally’s is a frequent offender on the sniffmeister’s donor list.
I have always wondered how some people are able to manage so well on their apparent salaries.
Carmen Mariscal owns the beauty shop and she was front and center trying to pump up the Sign-Caper non-event. Mariscal is an outspoken supporter of the Sheriff and owns her house and the building the Beauty Shop is in outright.
I applaud her money management skills and I’d like to take some advice from her as I am 6 years older than her and still owe quite a bit on my house. Perhaps she got an inheritance?
Perhaps her brother Hector J Mariscal knows a few things about finances as well?
Linked here is a press release from the Obama Admin about Hector Mariscal. Note the flat out lie about an AR-15 being a machine gun, this was indicative of the semantics used by the admin to try and advance gun control. If Obama was smart, he’d have just advocated for more sheriff’s like Stan Sniff who are deign to hand out CCW Permits.
Back to Mariscal:
LOS ANGELES – A Riverside man and self-proclaimed “Doomsday Prepper” who possessed an arsenal of weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition has pleaded guilty in federal court to being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition.
Hector Mariscal, 41, pleaded guilty Monday in United States District Court and admitted that he unlawfully possessed semi-automatic firearms, shotguns, rifles, a receiver for an AR-15 machine gun, and various types of ammunition. Mariscal also admitted in court that he was not legally allowed to possess these items because he previously sustained felony convictions for burglary – and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
According to court documents, law enforcement officers executed a federal search warrant at Mariscal’s residence near Riverside City College in June. During the search, law enforcement seized firearms, thousands of rounds of ammunition, tasers, silencers, body armor and a flare launcher.
According to an affidavit filed in the case, on the date of the search, Mariscal admitted that he was a convicted felon who illegally possessed multiple firearms and thousands of rounds of ammunition. Mariscal repeatedly described himself as a “Doomsday Prepper,” who in connection with his preparation also collected knives and other dangerous items, including a flare launcher. According to the affidavit, Mariscal told investigators that he regularly goes to the swap meet to obtain firearms and other dangerous weapons, stating, “You’d be surprised what you can find at a swap meet.”
“This defendant’s continued affinity for guns has earned him a second felony conviction, this time for illegally possessing firearms,” said United States Attorney Eileen M. Decker. “The defendant flagrantly violated laws designed to protect the public by keeping firearms away from convicted felons, and now he faces a substantial period of time in a federal prison.”
The case against Mariscal is the result of an investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
“Mr. Mariscal previously admitted to a felony conviction for the same conduct,” said ATF Special Agent in Charge Eric D. Harden. “ATF works with our partner agencies to identify and prosecute those that choose to repeatedly circumvent regulations designed to protect our communities from gun violence.”
Mariscal pleaded guilty before United States District Judge Manuel Real, who is scheduled to sentence the defendant on November 21. At the time of sentencing, Mariscal faces a statutory maximum sentence of 10 years in federal prison.
The Riverside Police Department and the Los Angeles Police Department provided substantial assistance in the investigation.
This case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Reema El-Amamy.
Now this is a lot of fun, huh? The Riverside Press Enterprise covered this story, but I am certain they would not have had they known the felon’s connection to Stan Sniff. Of all the places to get a haircut in Riverside County, Sniff picks this one and the Three-Time Felon associated with it.
I am wondering if either Mariscal is thinking the sign caper was worth it right about now? I’d have never thought to look in to this had they not tried to set up Chad Bianco.