2011
11.19

If anyone out there can contact Gabrielle Drexler or her attorney and put them in touch with me and my story, I think it will expose the extreme level of action that the District Attorney and her Drug Task Force will take to discredit a person.

http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news%2Fcrime&id=8437357&status=ok&status=ok

QUESTIONS?
WHY WOULD THIS GIRL GO TO ALL OF THIS TROUBLE?
WHY DOES IT SEEM THAT ALL OF THE EVIDENCE RELATING TO HER LACK OF CREDIBILITY IS DETERMINED BY COMPUTERS?
DID ANYONE TELL THE GRAND JURY OF THE CAPABILITIES OF THE COUNTY IN COMPUTER SURVEILLANCE AND EVIDENCE?

I did some looking around and noticed the officer in question was part of the K9 unit. Does the K9 unit handle drug investigations?

The charges that the girl is accused of all seem to be things which can be arranged through the use of this remote control / surveillance software.

She can’t have perjured herself if she believed it to be true.

If the evidence was tampered with who is to say she is the one who did it.

This girl is being harrased in an attempt to conceal the charge against the officers.

This is the same county who advised Lower Merion School District to spy on children using surveillance technology. They know how to use the software…

Did the Grand Jury discuss the use of the software to tamper with evidence, before they took her laptop? That would explain the duplicate sets of documents, and her not knowing where the items magically appeared from.

Advice to Garbielle’s lawyers, read up on Awareness Technologies and WebWatcher. And ask why Risa Ferman has not prosecuted or investigated a confirmed case of these programs being installed on my computers in 2007.

And it is worth keeping in mind, that the officer’s knowledge of these types of programs existing and their use (or misuse) by the drug task force would enable him to negotiate the County into discrediting the woman who stood up before Lower Merion and called him out, and then went further and filed a Federal suit on the matter, and then participated with a Grand Jury investigation.

I think a woman scorned would have stopped after the public announcement which alerted the officer’s wife and family. The truth would have gotten her the $100,000 she was after… I wonder what she will seek after being further victimized and villified.


The Brief from the DA’s office is as follows:
Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman announces the arrest of Gabrielle Drexler of Lower Merion Township on charges of Perjury, Tampering with Evidence, False Reports to Law Enforcement Authorities and related offenses, which were committed during an inquiry conducted by the Montgomery County Investigating Grand Jury.

The Grand Jury investigation was launched shortly after Ms. Drexler appeared at a public meeting of the Lower Merion Township Commissioners on May 18, 2011, and accused officers of the Lower Merion Township Police Department of criminal wrongdoing. At that meeting, Ms. Drexler accused one officer of stalking and indecent assault and a second officer of illegal detention.

The Grand Jury carefully investigated these serious allegations. During the nearly six month investigation, the Grand Jury heard testimony from nine witnesses including Ms. Drexler. Grand Jurors reviewed hundreds of pages of documents including but not limited to police reports, witness statements and email communications.

The Grand Jury found that on May 20, 2011 members of the Montgomery County Detective Bureau contacted Ms. Drexler at her residence. Ms. Drexler claimed to the Detectives that she had proof of the officer’s guilt of stalking and indecent assault charges in the form of email communications that she received from the officer and retained. On that date she hand-delivered some of those printed emails to the Detectives. On May 23, 2011, Ms. Drexler forwarded additional emails to Detectives via her computer. The Detectives noticed that Ms. Drexler had provided them with a duplicate copy of an email that she had previously hand-delivered to them on May 20th captioned “you never reached 100 emails.”

A close inspection of the duplicative emails revealed that they were, in fact, different. The email Ms. Drexler sent to Detectives via her computer contained language that was not in the copy she hand-delivered to them. The additional language of the second copy of the email purportedly sent by the officer to Ms. Drexler contained information that, if believed, would have amounted to the officer’s confession to her accusations of indecent assault and stalking.

When Detectives asked Ms. Drexler if they could inspect her laptop computer, she refused to cooperate any further with the investigation. Consequently, Detectives obtained a search warrant and confiscated the laptop computer for a forensic investigation. Montgomery County Detectives subsequently conducted a forensic examination of Ms. Drexler’s laptop computer. The forensic examination revealed that the additional and incriminating language in the second email was put there by someone, who physically typed it on Ms. Drexler’s laptop keyboard. The examination revealed that the additional language could not have been made from any remote location. During the forensic examination of Ms. Drexler’s laptop, Detectives also found a second set of emails where additional and incriminating information was added, which if believed, would have incriminated the officer of a stalking charge.

During her testimony before the Grand Jury, Ms. Drexler authenticated the altered emails as being true copies of the emails sent her by the officer. She testified that her email account is password protected and that no one else has the password. She testified that no one else ever used her laptop except her. When questioned on the stand about the differences in the two sets of emails, Ms. Drexler stated the additional and incriminating language just “magically appeared”.

The Grand Jury also extensively investigated Ms. Drexler’s allegation of illegal detention against a second Lower Merion Township Police officer. On October 13, 2010, an officer on routine patrol observed a car pull behind a row of businesses on Lancaster Avenue at about 4 o’clock in the morning. About a minute later, the officer pulled behind the businesses and activated his overhead lights. This in turn activated an on-board video camera within the police car. The Grand Jury studied the video and heard from several witnesses concerning the October 13 stop. The entire incident lasted just over 8 minutes. The officer verified the identities of the occupants of the vehicle and then resumed his patrol. The Grand Jury found that the officer acted professionally and courteously and that no illegal detention had occurred.

The Grand Jury found no merit to any of Ms. Drexler’s criminal allegations and instead found that she was simply a woman scorned and sought retaliation against members of the police department. She did this by lying at a public meeting and then to a grand jury. The grand jury felt that this could not be tolerated and found probable cause that she had committed the crimes of perjury, false swearing, tampering with evidence and false reports.

The defendant was arraigned this morning by Magisterial District Judge Margaret Hunsicker. Bail was set at $50,000 unsecured.

The case will be prosecuted by the Captain of the Grand Jury and Public Corruption Unit, John Gradel.

Approved for release:

Risa Vetri Ferman

CRIMINAL CHARGES, AND ANY DISCUSSION THEREOF, ARE MERELY ALLEGATIONS AND ALL DEFENDANTS ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL AND UNLESS PROVEN GUILTY.

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