Friday, November 22, 2013


John Copic waits patiently in his quest to jail Lane Jensen
He appears to be the DA that gets all the Trimet cases.
Here is a list of his cases

I'm sure he has been involved with plenty other cases than this.

He thinks this is a cut and dry case. "she told him not to text and he did".
Well I suppose technically that's true. But what did he text her and why?
We will all have to wait for jury trial to find out.


Anonymous said...

Trimet has attorneys on contingency all over town.

Anonymous said...

So let’s see, four of Tri Mets over paid Barney Fifes, usually seen on the max hustling people for their fares were sent by the head dick head to bully, arrest, handcuff, and seize (steal) Blogger Lane Jensen’s computer and cell phone.

The four Tri Met Barney Fifes bogusly charged Blogger Lane Jensen with telephonic harassment. Blogger Lane Jensen was only asking a question concerning safety issues on the busses that he was not getting an answer too.

Since 2004 John Copic, a deputy district attorney for Multnomah County has been assigned to prosecute transit crimes. And now Blogger Lane Jensen is being prosecuted with Tri Mets very own specially assigned diminutive district attorney.

But wait! TriMet chief media relations officer Mary Fetsch says, "TriMet declines to comment, that it would be inappropriate to comment since this is a personal case and TriMet has no involvement in the legal proceedings."


Tri Met cops, Tri Met DA but Tri Met has no personal involvement?


Yes it is personal; it’s a very personal and calculated attack by Tri Met against Blogger Lane Jensen.

Instead of going after the thugs who stabbed two drivers John Corvic goes after bloggers. It’s easier and less dangerous to go after bloggers. Lane Jensen is the third blogger in Corvics ten year with Tri Met. You know Tri Mets new motto “sticks and stones might break my bones but bloggers factual words just might hurt more”.

It’s a $1000 fine if you hit an operator but if a blogger dares to exercise his First Amendment Rights by asking a question of the government agencies Media Public Relations officer poor Miss that’s my job to answer your questions boo hoo hoo Roberta Alstead then its 15 years in jail and $78,000 in fines to make Blogger Lane Jensen go away finally.