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Sunday, November 9, 2014
Chukchansi Police Chief Charges CORRUPTION Against Madera Sheriff
The Chukchansi tribal police chief who is a fugitive (ARMED & DANGEROUS?) for his involvement in last month’s raid at the Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino says he is confident he is on firm legal ground — but that Madera County Sheriff John Anderson might not be.
John Oliveira said his security force retrieved a document that implicates Anderson in what he describes as public corruption.
Anderson said he was “really surprised” by Oliveira’s charge and has attempted to remain neutral throughout the factional fighting.
Oliveira, who also said he got the blessing of Madera County District Attorney Michael Keitz before the Oct. 9 raid, said he will turn himself in to authorities in the coming days on the outstanding arrest warrant — which was authored by Keitz’s office. Oliveira said he is collecting evidence for his case and ensuring that his family is secure while he is away.
The father of seven said he expects to be slapped with a higher bail than the $800,000 amount now in place, so he doesn’t expect a quick release when he goes to jail.