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2000 Oct_1 Harry Moore memo to Judge Anderson

2000 Oct_1 Harry Moore memo to Judge Anderson

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COiJ"1rI SERVICES
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Ccunty
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Re: Dombrowski
V5
Richardson
Dtd 12October 2000
It has been an event filled couple of weeks for tl'Js couple. First, I have been out to t>.1r
Richardson':; home Both
Mr.
~e-hardson
alIa i-.is
daughter,
Tiffany, were present, along v.'i.th
Rikki and Tiffanv' s in~ child This is a rather nice modular home located uf! Shawliee HeiQhts
J -- -
Road. [was there
i~
the
middle of 
the
morttinl
and
Rikki
was watching TV with
Tiffany a.ndevery1:hing
appeared
to
be perfectiy nonnal
m
Uit
house.
I spoke
with
Tiffany
about
the day
care
arrangements
of v.fhich
she is
a.'1
integral part and
.>he
informed me that she had
no difficulties
\vith
the
daY"
cafe
arra.n~ements at
aU.
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inee
late last week, I have also been the recipient of 
several
tax's
from the maternal
grandmother, E.G.
Stumpf 
1am not
sure
ifl can
~tiil
the content of these faxes into a fewsentences Consequently,
Mtave
attached copies of'them for your reading. These letters do seemto have a
te~
common
thrtllds First, they
are raUler
hostile a!1d
IPi!dlv
thseateninll.
The word or
~!/'
phrase ;'helli.ll£c9!!'!!.able" appears frequeclly
,n••
eh~Ol'them-'Sec-ond~he c';;;wn~ of these faxes
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seems to~covel territ6rrw~ was covered in previous
hearings,
however, she does raise a few
new ones. For example, she
claims
"thafme~'was'acElid;scoffiil
in J'"Ir Richardson's living room
J..
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a.'1d
that
a firearm
IS
ai~d
to
the wail.
.,m
tiiat
thEse
items
are
"very effective in controlling
$";'"",<£;
child" She ultimately faxed ~ o'h~otograph of this coffin ,';hich she ciaimed she w~s
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(,-~'(bV>,..
going to release to
Cha.nnel
49. W'hen I was at
the house,
1 did
not reco~nize
anythimr
which
ir?o ~~:~~
',"'" N~Y
e;perie~~ re~r.>bled • chilli'
a
co
ffi~
After looking
.t
the pi';;;~ spe'ikin. ;;th Mr -
5 lUll .•
f.' 
~ ~.,..... ~ 1have come to find out that
it
is
indeed a coffin and that
it
was an
antIque
which he
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ffi
d" ~,..
'1.7
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purchasea m
Mex.lco
several
years ago
and
uses as a co ee or en
table
ot sorts
vvere
you not
:P'- .~ .,,"
looking for
it,
J
believe that very few people would recognize
it
as a child's
coffin.
Mr
 ,.: J .s " ." ~ s .- .# ~ 'i\l.-
Richardson has
offered
to remove the
coffin
if it
is
offep<:i
ve There is also a secured hunting
.._'-:,<'~
, .\ " weapon hanging on l\1r Richardson's
wall
The thing which is striking
about
tills specific
Issue
is
c t-> ;G L . \
h
.li
that
it
contains a remarkable leap of logic. For instance, I am the ovvner of a 7.9
rom
Mauser nile
i5
LOtH'
which was the standard issue firearm
for
the German seidier in
Woild
War
n
This weapon was'; procured by my father who served in Europe during the war This weapon also hangs on the wall
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in my rec r~o~ Does my ownership and display of this firearm lead one to
tIle
conclusion that Iam a Nazi? Probably not;
yet
this same
type
oflogic seems to co...me into fuii
pi?-X
surrounding the
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issue of the coffin in Mr Richardson's living room.Another issue has arisen concerrling a letter which the Court received from a Ms. Quail who isRikki's kindergarten teacher in Tecumseh North Elementary Ms. Quail was the author ofa letterwhich
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beiieve is in the court file which indicates that Rikki had not eaten lunch prior to comingto schooL Ms. Quail verified that she was indeed the author of this letter and that she had written
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it
at Ms. Dombrowski's .$.Qlicita.tion. Ms. QuaIl also informed me that there was another piece to
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this issue which was not raised in the letter and that there was a f'Jllow up question to Rikki by
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school staff. that is, if you have not eaten lunch, are you hungry'" The child resporide<f"no" Itwas Ms Quall' s impression rhat Rikki had been eating later in the morning prior to COrPing to~school and ~~ame t~e tojery;lUficrf'a~~ she simply was not hungry Ms. Qual!l.:feports
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Rikki is doing well in class, has friends or a social cirde of other children. She furtherreports that she has had no difficulties with
N I T .
Richardson or his daughter, Tiffany Ms. QualJassured me that if she felt that Rikki were not getting adequate food and that it was effecting herschool performa11ce, she and the school would have been in contact with
Mr.
Richardson a longtime ago As o
tb .1 s
writing,
it
is still too early for 9 weeks grade reports which will probablycome out later in
October
I spoke to Ms. Quall again on October
ii
th and she again hasreported that Rikki is doing very well in school, that she is learning and has made iriends in theclass room. Ms Quail stated that she has made it clear to Ms. Dombrowski that she does notwish to be
"fi~d
!!i'
on Rikki' s past history or the history ?f 
;he
case. '\ ',' -
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This past Friday, I received a phone cali from Mr Richardson in which he explained to me that he
).!!.d received a phone call from~~,!::Jl'lDl,:~qt!ili'l!~ofhisJ!lgge~iJill that he go out an
" c~fuJ1y
i~ect
flls-tmclcllUs
acquaintance claimed to have heard Ms. Dombrowski's sistef\~ '.'
brag i.~a local bar that Mr. Richardson was going to have legal problems of a drug nature this\ ~
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past week end, After inspecting his vehicle, Mr. Richardson tound a small package taped to the'
l-l':.1
under side of the rear bumper of his truck He summoned the Sheriff's department who removed '{.,",.;
the p~ckagc According to!Vfr Richardson, the Sheriff s Office indicated thatthi~ pac~age .
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contaIned approXImately
1/4
oz of what appeared to be metn.. although It ~,!:~not oeen tormaJ.ly ~
tested ".!E'~ke to De~ive JJ'ck1'1e~f the Sheriff s department Det(M~e;k\1r~
Richardson s sto~~corre~t. He claImed that they nught dust
m e
package for pnnts ~~and'th~tthe~content~- of rhe package have not been t~sted. Det Metz did not anticipate any
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criminal~haI:g~s~sing from this incident
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have received a couple of phone calls from Ms. fJombrowski concerrjng the vis:' 1tion schedule
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__..am correct" s. om rowSl<l present y ~ every orner weeK enu anu
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evemngs a \veek During the week day visitation, she picks up Rikki from the schooL FurthemlOre, theparents have divided the holidays pursuant to the Shawnee family Law Guidelines We have notdiscussed sununer visi~~tion, how~ver,. [ am c.ertain that .at so~~ p~int, we wi~lg~t that worked,
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out ?vls. DombrowskI !Snow askmg tor a third we.ek rught v:~~~~2.!1and ~ly phone contacU.-~~
~"NL.,\J
Ms.
Dombrowski
was
~~_u1?set
at what she perceiVeSwasthe .Qerfunct()_ry
1~oU
y..,~C\l.S!"l
gave her motion at the last court appeararlce. She likewise wishes to revisit several issues which
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long predate your invoivement in the
case:\~'tk>u.~.
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In an even more novel twist, today
(101
i
2/00)
I received a phone call from a very perplexed
 
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~v~he~~~h?I(:t:!}~rta, According
t?
Sheriff Barta ..late ye~terday after
! l e
received a phone from awoman ldentrfymg herself as Claudme Dombrowski. Shenff Barta advIsed me that Claudine
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complained to him at length about your rulings, both in the change of custody hearing and in the
'last
heanng. She complained to him of being forced to move from Pawnee Rock and of beingJrorced to lose her job. She complained at length about prevIous domestic violence between
herself and Mr. Richardson and finally she allegedly informed Sheriff Ba..rtathat Mr. Richardsonwas involved drug dealing and use Sheriff Barta claimed to have checked with his narcotics staff and that they had no idea who Ital Richar~son is. Th~~11~..:'I5Q!nehQwle'h']1edofmyinvolvement in-this case afil ca,l1ecCJ;e-He'has-~bsoTutelyno idea why ,t.his\\IO~~' iscll11inQhimCha~:elnfom1ecCihe' Shenffot Detective Mefi'lrivo'ive~e~t
i;;t~ca.;e
upto"ih1spolnt.-l)..;
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Conclusio~S:YTcan ~nd abso~utel . ns>thi~
~t..0is
e~!~l.!!ase ~fter.a cba?ge of 
custO?)
to in~icate
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th~t ~1r. Rlchar son s home ISan,JnapP~JJr~e-pleceJ11ept. Rikki s te~cher rep~rts tn~t she
IS
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I
domg fine I have personally seen .the child m ~er fathers home ~nd.sne looks ~ne ana seems toh
(1\ ,
(if/ 
act normally I have seen her on Videotapes WIthher mother dunng her
mother
s parentmg
tlme
~~\~ f ()
and .she seems to b~ fine; yet.it is as
if
you .had never made a ruling. Ms. ~ombrowski and ~er
( ,V >
'0'
''fTI0ttler seem
t?
be mv~lved m a ra~her:,:~:ve.~~pal~Il~f eVldenc~Jpt~~~~g, regardless of ..
IvJi~ 
m
w~ether
U le L .e
Js..gpys~eu£;~Jo ~ gatherei:l It
IS
pretty transparently ObVIOUSto me that this is \\~\ 
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i
what was beginninglo happei'i'"'atTecumseh North School until Ms. Quail diplomatically ~,~~
d,,-c,...i\;".'l'/ 
7f',y')~\\
suggested that she did not need to be "filled in" Ms. Stumpfs references to the casket are, in my
.~,O~~J..(
opinion, ludicrous A quick glance at Ms. Stumpf s letter will also show you that numerous
I,'~ 
("'quotes appear to have been solicited from this child. Considering that Ms. Stumpf resides in~..,~'\ ,) Texas one cannot help but wonder fromJX~s.e t~e~e~etiame. I have some concern that Ms
, 1
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Stu11]l'r.~Jet!~r...n~~lrjgg~r~~L~1l~e,4!~ssop~ncas..ewith~~~prote~tive~ Services. ~1r Richardson
r~\-;~~\I 
ha"5t.informed~e th~t he alr~e(l~yhaSJe.f.eiv~d~aph~ne~c~U.frorn,aM~.Zeysing at SRS and will be
~., '"(l~~
haYI,l}ga,!TI~~Jm.gwlt.phe: 1ha,:"eleft messages WIththis person and sh~ has not cal1e~back ~~(.~ ' Perhaps most dlsturbmg
IS
the dIscovery of what may be contraband which may have oeen planted
Y:~\\
on.iv1r
t
Ric~ardson' s vehicle and a ,subseq,.ventphone to Spep~ Barta alleging that Mr. Richardson
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ISmvolved m drug use and trafficking.
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This case seems to
d e r y 
the laws of gravit~. It is not taking any rational form or shape, but rather
, .
.("isfree wheeling out there: bouncing here, there and everywhere. J;lersonallyI find Ms. ,.~
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R2-1l1b-L0~~k~
s_b."~~:"~.cotUempu~usgfyour ruling, however,
!
illilarso .w.relha! you maynOKS::"::::
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particularly see It that way m a legal sense I do know that Ms. Dombrowski's attorney has little~",'7~
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knowledge of these events and certainly cannot be held responsible for them. I have fa:.xedher a~~~
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number of the documents which I have received from Claudine and her mother, but she seemed
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quite unaware of them. 1doubt that she is aware of the phon~SgUtC?~h~~ffBarta or the"r~fc.ITal
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re,c?mm~<:E.d_that~aiehfingtime ~etween ~s. DO~,br~wski and Rikki be con:raet~4
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Ric~ards~n has asked that the transfer pomt ofvlsltatlOn be changed from his reSIdence andJ-
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Ms. Dombrowski believes it necessary to bring an pntQltl~'l:2ewith her and .
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Richardson findsines eo Iemenacing He is tired of the videotaping of t~~:ii>ilation .
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exchanges and smc~\r1s. Dombrowksi has alrea fadmltteat1lartrtlap ened Ggnn...Q1
blame
him
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