This is the first of a multi-part series delving into the investigation of alleged misconduct by District Attorney Michael Ramos.

Tomorrow, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors will consider the release of the Ramos investigation report. The report, all memos, findings, conclusions, and most importantly the interview notes are subject to public disclosure. It will be interesting to see what county supervisors do.

As expected, inside sources say that only Supervisor Derry is for full disclosure.

Here is two exhibits in the Ramos investigation provided to county investigators. However, County Counsel Ruth Stringer neglected to mention it in the memo clearing Ramos of a “Purported” relationship, hostile work environment, and retaliation.

This is what notes written by the DA giving then mistress Cheryl Barnes his cell phone number look like. The use of the desk stationary was a bright move.

But of course, Ramos says this never happened.

The top is a desk stationary memo sheet. The second is written on a post-it note.

Much more to follow. Including excerpts from Barnes journal.