Friday, May 4, 2012

GANG-STALKING | Two thieves discuss cops refusal to address constant burglaries

Daniel Anthony Napolitan ("D-Nap") and Daniel Cortez ("Spyder"), two thieves who repeatedly burglarized my home, discuss my attempt to report their activities to demon-possessed police officers of the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety.

In this May 21st, 2006, phone call, D-Nap is calling Spyder from my home—using my own phone—to report what he witnessed in the exchange between me and the aforementioned police officers, as I attempted to report the burglary that happened the Friday prior.

Listen to this surreptitiously made recording of their phone conversation on MediaFire at:

http://www.mediafire.com/file/h1nhhddceh2uddu/Danny_calls_Spyder_5-23-06_(police_report).mp3

Following is transcript of this phone conversation:

D-Nap
[coughs] Yeah, it’s D-Nap.
Spyder
What’s up, D?
D-Nap
Hey, uh, you know what? If you got some time later...
Spyder
Huh?
D-Nap
If you can make some time later, it’d be cool if I could get...get up, uh...get together with you, and let’s talk about something real quick.
Spyder
Oh, yeah?
D-Nap
Yeah, [it’s] something to do with, like, you know, over here, there, everywhere.
Spyder
Like, [stutters] give me a general idea.
D-Nap
Um, just, like, just something that...
Spyder
[inaudible]
D-Nap
Hey, hey, hey, well, hey...an officer came over to, uh, take the, uh...what do you call it? The, uh, report on the last of the, um, goods being stolen last Friday or whatever, alright?
Spyder
Uh-huh.
D-Nap
But, then, it didn’t even happen. He said he didn’t want to come here...this and that, and...and, then, he said something about me, like, a...a remark that just like Ja[mes]...I’m not, like, in danger or nothing, but, it’s like, weird...weird shit, man—small-town.
Spyder
What the fuck?
D-Nap
He was like this, he’s all, “Danny’s out already?!” Like, you...like, fuck! Like, dude, who am I?!
Spyder
Who? Who said that?
D-Nap
The cop!
Spyder
The cop said who’s “out already?”
D-Nap
He asked about me! Uh, I could tell you. That’s why I want to sit down and tell you all about it ‘cuz it’s kinda fuckin’ wack. Like...like, they don’t even give a shit about this place, and...
Spyder
Okay, okay. Who’s telling you all of this?
D-Nap
Dude, this is...this happened… Okay, check it out: I...I listen to their phone conversations; I listen to everything. I seen it go down (about James). James is trying to give a report, as far as, like, you know, his iPod, his, uh, car keys...
Spyder
Right, right, right; but, what does that have to do with the iPod, though?
D-Nap
They...well, they came to fill out a report...to take a report.
Spyder
He called them to come fill out a report.
D-Nap
But, they weren’t... Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!
Spyder
Okay, so, go ahead; finish the story.
D-Nap
So, yeah, but the thing, like, one of the things he said was, “Danny’s out already?” ‘Cuz he...and, the cop wouldn’t come here...
Spyder
That doesn’t have anything to do with the iPod, bro, or anything...
D-Nap
No. Well, that was... The cop was supposed to come here to do a...take a report.
Spyder
Yeah, for a report...stolen...
D-Nap
Yeah, for his...for his...just for the things missing.
Spyder
Yeah, well, it all comes up how...how I told you, right?
D-Nap
Well...well, here’s how it happened: the cop wouldn’t come to the house; he stopped, like, 10 houses down, and, then, the cop—Sunnyvale Police—calls James’ phone. They said, “Hey, can you, uh, go out and, uh, talk to my officer out front.” Okay?
Spyder
No fucking way!
D-Nap
The cop wasn’t here out front. He was, like, 10 houses down. He wouldn’t...
Spyder
[laughs] I know; I heard... I heard you.
D-Nap
Weird shit. He walks down there, I’m looking down there; they’re talking forever, you know?
Spyder
With James?
D-Nap
James and...and the cop, and, it was like, the cop—first off—came out here, because he didn’t want to take a description of any...anyone he thought might have been a suspect over the phone; but, once he’s here, he, like, like, notices where he’s going or something...
Spyder
Yeah, for an investigation.
D-Nap
He don’t give a fuck of it. He’s like, “I ain’t takin’ no report.” He didn’t even take a report. He was, like, like, laughing in his face, in a way. And, he said...and then something about Danny, and, then, he says, “Danny’s out already?” Like...
Spyder
Uh-huh...
D-Nap
...dude! Like the fucker knew me and...
Spyder 
I...I...I understand...I understand totally, bro.
D-Nap
So, do you know anything about it? That’s all I’m...
Spyder
What do you...what do you... So, what do you want to talk to me about?
D-Nap
Well, I was just, like, actually, I...uh...you know...
Spyder
That’s some funny [inaudible] shit, for real.
D-Nap
Yeah, yeah, but, uh, I was looking to get, uh, maybe, you know, uh, these metal boxes off and get lit or something.
Spyder
Bring the metal boxes up, and I’ll have that for you.
D-Nap
Is there a better time for you? Later? Now?
Spyder
Let me take care of one errand, and then...
D-Nap
Good shit.
Spyder
Yeah, I’m not going over there, though, bro.
D-Nap
It’s cool. No, it’s like super-cool here, but...but, I want to get out of here.
Spyder
I’ll meet you at Carl’s. How ‘bout there?
D-Nap
Right on.

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