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Petition For Firing State Police Detective Mudduser Malik For Illegal Raid Search Warrant On Retired NYPD Sergeant Home!

Press Release: December 20, 2020

Garden State Detective Interfered and Disturbed Federal Lawsuit against Corrupt Judge Alberto Rivas! 

Jackson, NJ - by John F. Marchisotto

(732) 526-7732


A retired NYPD police sergeant is calling for the arrest of a New Jersey judge, the resignation of the Chief Justice, and the firing of three law enforcement officers in the Garden State.

John F. Marchisotto said the court and law enforcement system in Jersey railroaded him, denied him justice, and even began systemic harassment in hopes of making the former policeman drop his claims.

"I worked in law enforcement. I went to court to testify as a witness. I know what detectives are supposed to do. I know what judges are supposed to do," Mr. Marchisotto said. "What happened, and continues to happen to me, is not how our judicial system is supposed to work."

Mr. Marchisotto has filed papers in Third Circuit US Court of Appeals, Case No. 20-1870, and the Superior Court of New Jersey seeking relief from the injustice inflicted on him. He also asks for formal punishment for those he accuses of harassing himself and his family.  The State Chief Assistant Ocean County Prosecutor Hillary Bryce should be fired. 

He has also asked the US Department of Justice to launch a criminal investigation into the actions of Chief Justice Stuart Rabner and all those who work with and for the Chief Justice on the bench.

In addition, he immediately wants:

  • The immediate arrest of Defendant Judge Alberto Rivas with Middlesex County Courts.
  • The resignation of the Chief Justice Stuart J.  Rabner.
  • The firing of State Police Detective Mudduser Malik, badge # 7408,  Lieutenant Ronald   Micucci, badge #5382,  and MCO  Detective Kelly with the Middlesex County Sheriff's Office.
  • The firing of The State Chief Assistant Ocean County Prosecutor Hillary Bryce.

"These people have gone out of their way to harangue and harass me. I've done nothing to them, other than asking for justice. They have denied my simple and plain requests every step of the way," Mr. Marchisotto said. 

He has a video of one instance. One of the judges in the filings accused the retired officer of threatening the judge in chambers with a gun.

"In the first place, getting a gun into a courthouse is very difficult, unless you are an officer of the court. As a retired police officer, I have more sense than to take a gun into a courthouse. I'd certainly never threaten anyone!" he said. "The judge filed a complaint and 100's of police officers swarmed my home, terrifying my wife and minor children."

For more information or to interview Mr. Marchisotto, call him at the number at the top of this press release. Mr. Marchisotto will also give any accredited media access to his court filings and two videos that clearly demonstrate the harassment.


Notes to editors

For more information, please contact:

John F. Marchisotto

Tel: (732) 526-7732

Email: mr300cclass@yahoo.com

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