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"What The Sheriffs Did To My Daughter Is Wrong, And Could Happen To You Or 
Someone You Know And Love"
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HOMEMITRICE'S STORYFATHER'S CORNERTHE COVER-UPCONTACTSEVENTSTIMELINEMEDIAPHOTOSBLOG



Michael L. Richardson
2851 West 120th Street
Suite "E" #325
Hawthorne, CA 90250
Phone (641) 715-3900 Ext, 74090#
mvrichardson@bringmitricehome.org
"Welcome To Father's Corner"
On this page you will find out first hand from 
Michael L. Richardson, his latest thoughts and views on various topics as he speaks candid regarding his daughter 
Mitrice Richardson and the next steps to seeking "JUSTICE"
Mitrice Richardson's father vows to hunt down her 'killer'
“I promise each and every one of you that this energy has given me the strength to fight and not accept what anyone is telling me about what happened to my daughter,” said Michael Richardson. 
Monday night’s community vigil, where Mr. Richardson was literally embraced by hundreds of family, friends, supporters and well-wishers, came in the wake of Mitrice’s skeletal remains being recovered in Malibu.. [read article]
Father of Mitrice Richardson lobbies for greater protection for vulnerable people
Michael Richardson (center) surrounded by supporters and press. Mr. Richardson is the father of Mitrice Richardson, whose remains were found in a remote area in Malibu after she went missing for 11 months.
“What began as our fight to bring Mitrice home is now a struggle to bring Mitrice justice,” said Michael Richardson, who doesn't want others to... [read here]
Mitrice Will Never Be Forgotten and You Should Never Forget What Happened To Mitrice!
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. 
Michael Richardson Talks About Family Lawsuit on the Front Page      LISTEN HERE