Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Breaking: Child Molester william ayres Dead.

BREAKING: CHILD MOLESTER AYRES DEAD

william hamilton ayres, convicted child molester and alleged child psychiatrist, died in prison on April 20, 2016, and began his earnest service to Lucifer. (I hear Lucifer doesn't give the courtesy of Vaseline.)



May 12, 2016 UPDATE:
According to the San Mateo Daily Journal,(pdf) ayres died in prison on April 20, 2016.


In posts below, there is a document from the child molester's defense attorney in one of the civil cases against him indicating that he croaked, and we have email confirmation from Karen Guidotti (provided to us by Michael Stogner) that he appears to have died in that timeframe. Guidotti seems to be waiting for some further "official" report from California Department of Corrections.




william hamilton ayres was arrested on April 5, 2007 on charges relating to his molestation of many young boys while he was alleging to provide psychiatric care to private patients as well as referrals for evaluation from the juvenile court system in San Mateo County. After years of  playing demented for the courts, ayres plead "No Contest" and was found guilty of all charges against him on May 16, 2013. ayres was sentenced to 8 years in prison on August 26, 2013. ayres is no longer under the conservatorship of his daughter Barbara Ayres of Sacramento, CA

ayres has had significant interaction over the years with local politicians on boards like the "Children and Families First Commission,"  including the DA who was serving when prosecution began Jim Fox and Assemblyman Rich Gordon. In fact, Gordon nominated ayres for a lifetime achievement award for his "Tireless effort to improve the lives of children." ayres has also been vocally supported during his criminal trial by local head-shrinkers like Bart BlinderEtta BryantMel BlausteinHarry CorenTom CieslaRobert KimmichLarry LurieMaria LymberisRichard ShadoanCaptane Thomson, and Harold Wallach.

9 comments:

  1. Reports are coming out that DA's office has clammed up and is not telling the press anything. Phone calls from victims and families are not being returned.

    Do we know for sure that Ayres' medical parole was denied as DA Wagstaffe told the Atherton Almanac on March 14, 2016 that it was? No, we don't. Efforts are being made to uncover the truth. It's quite possible that Ayres got a compassionate medical release and died at home. We just don't know yet.

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  2. In the Daily Journal article Wagstaffe says" Wagstaffe said. “Now this chapter is closed, this entire book is closed, and now we can let this slip into history and let the victims move on.”

    No, the book has not closed, pal. There's the sorry history of Ayres' forty years of working for San Mateo County including for the San Mateo DA's office. There are hundreds and hundreds of juvenile victims who were sent to Ayres by judges, probation, private defenders and the DA's office who are now suffering in prison and who are just now beginning to speak out about being raped by Ayres. Wagstaffe kept this case under wraps from victims and press because he knows the county- including his office- sent these boys to Ayres and are culpable, and he doesn't want parole boards feeling any sympathy for them. Tough. The book has NOT closed. Many, many more chapters to be written about the disgraceful behavior by so many in San Mateo County whose job it was to protect children and instead ignored all complaints by juveniles dating back to the 60s. DA, judges and others continued to send juveniles to Ayres like lambs to the slaughter, right up until 2003 AFTER Ayres was being investigated for child molestation

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  3. Atherton Almanac is deleting comments blasting the San Mateo DA's office. Here is one comment that hasn't been deleted yet.

    resident of Menlo Park: Menlo Oaks
    0 hours ago
    I did not see the Chapter is Closed thread that was deleted. alas. I can tell you that the chapter is NOT closed for the hundreds and hundreds of juvenile boys that San Mateo County sent to Ayres from 1963-2003, including from the San Mateo DA's office, who were raped and forced to perform sexual acts on Ayres and threatened that if they did not comply Ayres would make their evaluations so bad that he would make sure they were locked up for the rest of their lives. Most of these juveniles, 11, 12 , 13 years old ,from broken families, became so damaged by what Ayres did to them that most of them as adults are serving sentences that are are three times longer than what Ayres ever got.
    But fortunately little by little, the former juvenile victims that San Mateo County- including the DA's office has tried to silence, are coming forward to parole boards to talk about the abuse.

    We have received stories that juveniles who complained that Ayres molested them at Hillcrest juvenile hall in the 60s, 70s and 80s were thrown into the "hole"- isolation unit, as punishment. At Ayres' sentencing, I read a letter from one of these juveniles from the 1970s, who said Ayres called in the goons when the boy fought him off. Court observers noticed that the reading of this letter by the juvenile victim of Ayres made prosecutors in the courtroom angry. Why is that?

    Well, we received credible reports that the San Mateo DA's office received a complaint from an attorney for a juvenile back in 1990 that Ayres had molested his client, and the prosecutor- who became a juvenile judge- denied that Ayres could have molested the boy as she was referring boys to him through the DA's office. Ayres even talks about the DA's office sending him boys.And the judges, the DA's office, Childrens' Services, Hillcrest ALL ignored the victims' complaints about Ayres.

    We would ask that reporters in San Mateo County stand up for the juveniles who have been silenced and attacked by San Mateo County, and encourage them to speak up. No, the chapter is NOT closed but boy would the District of San Mateo County sure wishes it was. He's probably quaking in his boots as to what is about to come out.

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  4. Hmm. Wagstaffe said he had yet to receive an "official report from the prison."Well, his office was officially notified by the prison that Ayres died, so isn't that notification official enough?

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  5. Has anyone moved to get an injunction to freeze his assets? I don't know if that is the correct legal way to phrase it. Seems like a good idea since his family will probably try to move them out of reach of the victims.

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  6. Interview with former San Mateo Deputy Police Chief Mike Callagy, who was in charge of the Ayres case. Interview is done by his son. He talks about the Ayres case halfway through the interview. He does seem to care about the victims: https://storycorps.me/interviews/ryan-callagy-interviews-dad-about-career-as-a-police-officer-4/

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  7. Any updates on Ayres' family?

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  8. Palo Alto Daily Post
    Thursday, April 20, 2017
    Page 8

    Deputy DA faces trial

    She's accused of false statements

    [ No author attribution ]

    A San Mateo County Deputy District Attorney is facing a trial before the State Bar of California in July for making false statements in emails, according to state bar documents.

    Deputy DA Melissa McKowan sent emails in 2013 to a potential witness in the second trial against former child San Mateo psychiatrist William Ayres, who was sentenced to eight years in prison in 2013 for molesting children, according to the bar.

    About the emails

    In the emails, McKowan said all accusations made about her by child abuse victims advocate Victoria Balfour were "entirely false and have no basis whatsoever," according to the bar association. Balfour allegedly said crown was a liar and was trying to get her kicked off the trial.

    But the bar had already reprimanded McKowan, and the DA also disciplined her, after a complaint from Balfour. Thus her statement to the potential juror was false, according to the bar's notice about the hearing.

    McKowan's rebuttal

    In her rebuttal to the charges, McKowan said she was put on three days' unpaid suspension in the Ayres case but not because of Balfour's complaint. The rebuttal was filed by attorney Paul DeMeester.

    Balfour had previously filed a complaint against McKowan in 2010 with the state bar in regards to the same case. Balfour alleged McKowan botched the first Ayres trial because she did not call a witness to court who Balfour and other witnesses had suggested to McKowan.

    In regards to the 2010 investigation, the bar reprimanded McKowan but McKowan's reprimand was "private," DA Steve Wagstaff said.

    Possible punishment

    According to the state bar's website, if a lawyer is found to have "only boarded on a violation," the discipline can be private.

    The most severe punishment a lawyer can get from the state bar is to have their lawyer's license revoked.

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