Report crimes to police, risk arrest and prison
Peter Coukos of Stafford Springs, Connecticut, born on or around 1955 took a sexual interest in my then 14 year old daughter and her friend.
The clip above is the audio from a threat Coukos left on my voicemail, one of about 40 I provided Stafford Resident Trooper Mulcahey of the Connecticut State Police, Troop C, along with Constable Frank Prochaska. Coukos threatened me with death, he threatened my daughter with death, and he demanded that I pay him $30,000 cash for him not to make a false complaint that I had threatened him with a gun.
I gave information to Trooper Mulcahey including the 40 or so threats on tape.
Mulcahey told me that I was kicked out of Connecticut and that if I lodged a complaint against Coukos, that I would be arrested.
Soon after the tape was made, Coukos caught me outside my dwelling going to my vehicle, he started punching me in the back, and slapping me in the back of the head, saying that he wanted to have my 14 year old daughter on her knees giving him oral sex. I never turned around fearing I would be arrested by police waiting nearby, like the last time a police informant attacked me on my property, and only I was arrested, for which I was railroaded to prison based on Trooper perjury.
Coukos then broke into my dwelling stole some of my belongings, changed the locks, and denied me access to my home. Police, again, did nothing, and Coukos admission of guilt was to settle with me when I sued him in small claims court over the breaking in and entering, malicious destruction of property, illegally locking me out of my home, terrorizing, threatening, and stalking me, and theft of my property, claims.
He kept physically assaulting me, calling me a "pussy" trying to get me to fight back.
Trooper Mulcahey and Stafford Officer Prochaska allegedly offered Coukos help in getting a pistol permit if he would assault me, terrorize me and my daughter out of Connecticut, and to continue to make my daughter's and my life a living hell.
Should police be able to kick citizens out of a state if they lodge police misconduct complaints or for writing things in newspapers that police don't like, how about proposing laws to elected officials that police don't like?
[click here] for a more detailed post on how the Connecticut State Police and Connecticut Court System made my life a living hell.
[click here] for my complaint to the FBI
[click here] for a video on how police use informants to beat citizens, set them up for false arrest, and to terrorize police targets out of town.
[click here] should police be able to offer Registered Confidential Informants $10,000 to set up citizens for false arrest and imprisonment? Pictures of Barbara Sattal, Connecticut State Police Col. Davoren, and more.