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Convictions Upheld Against Corrections Officer, Wife for Lying About Sex Club Shooting

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 | 632 | 0 | 28 min read

A California appellate court upheld the convictions of a corrections officer and his wife for submitting false claims about a shooting outside a San Francisco sex club. Case: People v. Smiley, Nos. C081566 and C081737, 06/26/2020, unpublished. Facts: John Alfonzo Smiley worked for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, driving and escorting inmates between facilities. In April 2008, Smiley and his wife went to San Francisco for the weekend. The couple went to Twist, a swingers club in North Beach. Smiley and his wife agreed to switch sexual partners with another couple. Aft...

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