Monday, April 23, 2012

ALERT: Upcoming Hearing

REMINDER: Upcoming ayres Hearing:
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Hall of Justice and Records, 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA
case number PRO122027

william hamilton ayres, a child molester accused of molesting many young boys while alleging to provide psychiatric care will play out his final, and likely successful gambit to secure his freedom this week.

On Wednesday, ayres will be the subject of a hearing in which his daughter Barbara Ayres will seek to become his medical conservator, so that she will be able to make medical, but not financial decisions for ayres. The molester himself agrees with this arrangement, as does his wife, the vapid Solveig Ayres.

This will lay the groundwork for the criminal case hearing on this Friday, in which ayres' scumbag legal representative will seek the release of ayres from Napa State Hospital, after 6 months of lockup there.

On various occasions, the DA has offered different positions about ayres' lockup: Karen Guidotti, the DA's second in command has suggested to parents of ayres victims that ayres would likely NEVER be released from a state lockup facility. DA Wagstaffe, however has not made statements about permanent lockup at Napa. Further, according to some of the parents of victims, Wagstaffe has indicated that he would protect the taxpayers by NOT re-trying the child molester. (He would protect their MONEY, not their children.)

Personally, I feel that ayres will be walking out of the courtroom on Friday a free man, especially since the defense will have established a medical decision maker for ayres on the prior Wednesday.

The hearing is open to the public, any anyone wanting to attend can do so at the address above.

To read more about the hearings read these:

Opinion: ayres' Imminent Release
Ayres' Daughter Has Petitioned to be His Conservator (For links to court documents)

For more extensive background on the case please read the "About william ayres" tab on top of the blog.

1 comment:

  1. Karen Guidotti told the San Mateo Daily Journal that if Ayres gets out, they will retry him.

    This is in direct opposition to what Steve Wagstaffe told the mother of an Ayres victim in August, 2011: that he couldn't justify to taxpayers the expense of retrying Ayres, and that it " wouldn't be helpful to a jury that Ayres is using a walker."