Stanislaus sheriff’s deputies speak to Ramon Alvarez in 2008, while he was parked across from The Modesto Bee, about the handmade signs covering his vehicle. The signs claimed an unnamed judge had raped his daughter and that a detective had given his son drugs – neither of which, a family member said, ever happened.
Stanislaus sheriff’s deputies speak to Ramon Alvarez in 2008, while he was parked across from The Modesto Bee, about the handmade signs covering his vehicle. The signs claimed an unnamed judge had raped his daughter and that a detective had given his son drugs – neither of which, a family member said, ever happened. Bart Ah You Modesto Bee file
Stanislaus sheriff’s deputies speak to Ramon Alvarez in 2008, while he was parked across from The Modesto Bee, about the handmade signs covering his vehicle. The signs claimed an unnamed judge had raped his daughter and that a detective had given his son drugs – neither of which, a family member said, ever happened. Bart Ah You Modesto Bee file

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