http://www.hartfordcommunitycourt.com/index.php/2015/09/07/connecticut-senior-assistant-states-attorney-thomas-j-obrien-caught-tampering-with-official-court-documents-class-d-felony/

Tom O'Brien

Senior Assistant State’s Attorney Thomas J. O’Brien was recently found to have tampered with court documents, a Class D felony.  Apparently, new documents have surfaced in their original format before the tampering took place.  The HartfordCommunityCourt.com staff have always suspected that felonious activities were taking place in the State’s Attorneys Office, however now that the original documents have surfaced we have conclusive proof and the evidence of tampering is undeniable.  We are eagerly awaiting news of his resignation letter, or news of his firing, since he’s proven time and time again he doesn’t deserve his position.  We expect Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen to prosecute Mr. O’Brien to the fullest extent of the law.  Members of the public should consider contacting Attorney General George Jepsen at (860) 808-5318 to express your concerns regarding Mr. O’Brien’s criminal activity.

The below letter sent to the Hartford State’s Attorney Gail Hardy & Governor Dannel P. Malloy, obtained by HartfordCommunityCourt.com, outlines the tampering of court documents related to Jonathan Reich’s case:

Dear Mr. O’Brien,

Is tampering with signed and date stamped court documents standard procedure for you?

Other Court Action

2005 Connecticut Code – Sec. 53a-155. Tampering with or fabricating physical evidence: Class D felony.

Sec. 53a-155. Tampering with or fabricating physical evidence: Class D felony. (a) A person is guilty of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence if, believing that an official proceeding is pending, or about to be instituted, he: (1) Alters, destroys, conceals or removes any record, document or thing with purpose to impair its verity or availability in such proceeding; or (2) makes, presents or uses any record, document or thing knowing it to be false and with purpose to mislead a public servant who is or may be engaged in such official proceeding.

(b) Tampering with or fabricating physical evidence is a class D felony.

(1969, P.A. 828, S. 157.)

Cited. 1 CA 540, 542, 543. Cited. 6 CA 394. Cited. 25 CA 624, 625.

Subsec. (a):

Subdiv. (1) cited. 214 C. 540, 541, 547, 549, 551. Cited. Id., 540, 547-549, 551. Subdiv. (1) cited. 236 C. 514, 516. Cited. 237 C. 339, 341.

Subdiv. (1) cited. 1 CA 540, 541, 548.

Sincerely,

Jonathan Reich