Michael L. Richardson
Victoria L. Richardson
2851 West 120th Street
Suite "E" #325
Hawthorne, CA 90250
Phone (641) 715-3900 Ext. 74090#
It is with great sadness that my daughter Mitrice was laid to rest on August 21, 2010.
Many of you have expressed your thoughts and concerns on how this matter was handled. Please know that I know that Mitrice touched so many of you who supported the efforts of "Bring Mitrice Justice." To help make sure that everyone has some type of closure, I am providing an electronic version of the obituary for you to download and cherish. Rest assured that the fight is not over and there will be justice for Mitrice.
Michael Richardson Talks About Family Lawsuit on the Front Page
that they would not listen here) without her purse, cellphone, money and her car that they impounded for no reason after arresting her for a citable offense, Mitrice would have made 26 years of age on April 30, 2011.
Despite my wishes of not wanting to have anything to large publically to remember Mitrice's 26th Birthday, due to the County of Los Angeles trying to suggest that previous "Justice For Mitrice Events" were an attempt to excite a riot because they have nothing to explain the Sheriff's stupidity, some family and friends still came by the house on Mother's Day and showed some love. Once again showing that my baby may be gone but she will never ever and I do mean never ever be forgotten.
So, to the MoFoes who cause this to happen to Mitrice:
My Success in finding you will wait patiently because I have the determination and the strength to keep this up untill I do!
It took the United States ten (10) years to find Osama Bin Laden but we did it!
If the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Department had not acted careless, hateful, and irresponsible on September 17, 2009 by releasing Mitrice in the middle of the night (12:38 a.m. after stating four (4) different times
Judge issues rulings in Mitrice Richardson's parents' suit
Central claims regarding actions of sheriff's deputies will be decided at trial.
Michael Richardson, the father of Mitrice Richardson, shown in a November 2009 photo, won a favorable ruling from a Superior Court judge Tuesday in his wrongful death suit against the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. (Photo by Gary McCarthy)
Lawsuits brought by the parents of a woman whose body was found nearly a year after her release from custody were pared Tuesday by a judge, but the central claims regarding whether sheriff’s deputies should have gotten her medical help beforehand remain part of both cases.
Michael Richardson and his daughter's mother, Latice Sutton, last year filed separate lawsuits against the county concerning the death of their 24-year-old daughter. Both complaints were later consolidated.
Defense attorneys moved to have portions of the lawsuits dismissed, including the claim that deputies knew that Mitrice Richardson, who was acting in a bizarre manner, was in need of immediate assistance from a doctor.
However, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge William Fahey ruled that the parents have provided sufficient details in the complaint to keep that part of the case alive for now. [Read More Here]
"Staying Focus People Is What It's All About, Everything Else Right Now Is A Distraction.
This Is The Main Event!"
Michael L. Richardson, Mitrice Father