by Daniel Kaminksy Attorney at Law
COMES NOW DANIEL KAMINSKY, an attorney practicing and owning property in the City of Fond du Lac, and OFFICER CURT BECK, a police officer with the City of Fond du Lac, pursuant to section 62.13 subsections (3) and (5), with authority under subsection (5)(j), of the Wisconsin Statutes, filing these charges against the Chief of Police, William Lamb, for perjury and misconduct as set forth below.
Nearly two years after he was purportedly fired, on January 5, 2016, Judge Karen Siefert, sitting on assignment in Fond du Lac case 15CV127, issued a Writ of Mandamus ordering Fond du Lac Police Chief William Lamb to reinstate Officer Curt Beck.
COURT OF APPEALS DECISION DATED AND FILED
October 28, 2015
Diane M. Fremgen
Clerk of Court of Appeals
Appeal No. 2014AP2844 STATE OF WISCONSIN
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF: REBECCA LYNN STERNAT,
JOINT PETITIONER-RESPONDENT, V.
SHAWN WILLIAM STERNAT,
In an article titled: "Murder conspiracy implodes in court MURDER-FOR-HIRE THEORY CRUMBLES THANKS TO MINNESOTA INFORMANT, CELL TOWER LOGS", John Ferak, an investigative reporter for Gannett Wisconsin Media, wrote:
Dan Kaminsky, the Fond du Lac lawyer defending Dianna Siveny, told the judge, "They admitted they talked to Joe Primeau. We only learned about it from our own investigation, not from any reports. Their answer to where's the interview notes, recording or police report for Joe Primeau? We talked to him. We didn't make a report."
Additionally, a woman in St. Paul, Michele Irmen, told investigators she moved into Kandi Siveny's house in St. Paul three days before the murder.