April 6, 2015 - Comments Off on $10,000 Reward for information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of Polly Zebrowski
In honor of having survived one year since being violently assaulted by her friends I am offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the the arrest and successful felony prosecution of Pauline "Polly" Zebrowski.
Read about what she did to intentionally try to destroy my life one year ago and cause hundreds of thousands of dollars of financial damage as a result of her lies.
I am 100% serious about this. $10,000 is the same amount of reward the NYPD offers for the arrest and conviction of anyone shooting a police officer. Link. Which is ridiculous. What makes cops more important than any other human? Nothing. So, I'll shut up about that and put my money where my mouth is. $10,000 for the arrest and conviction of Polly Zebrowski.
I don't care what crime the arrest and conviction is for. But drugs and lying are probably good starting points. As a matter of having personally witnessed it, she sells (or gives away) her prescription adderall, she uses copious amounts marijuana, mdma, 2c-i, lsd, and other controlled substances, and she is a criminal liar.
Oh, don't come to me with any of this information. Go directly to the police or the district attorney. When Zebrowski has been convicted, simply bring me proof of the conviction and police statement you gave that caused the arrest and prosecution to get paid.
This reward is also valid for information leading to the the arrest and successful felony prosecution of these people who assaulted me, lied, or were in some way involved in the situation.
- David Allen
- Donald Rizzo
- David B.
- SFPD officer Cuadro #1253
- SFPD officer Cota #357
- SFPD officer Poespowidjojo
- ADA Courtney Burris
These people are criminals and should be in a federal penitentiary and stopped from harming other people. If this is your job anyway (as in you work for some government agency like the police/fbi/district attorney/etc. ) you are not eligible for this reward, just do your job, it's really not that hard.
Published by: Jeff in Blog