As a practiced consultant, I can say unequivocaly, that the number of complaints the PCC receives against the volume of cases assisted is neglidgible. And, after revewing a few complaint's, two or three? Bouncing around a self-serving echo chamber, I can concude that Kamau helps a lot of people in need.
Most attorneys will not take any police abuse case unless it involves the drawing of weapons, deployment of tools of incapacitation, physical incapacittation, and/or death. Why, because most cases will only bring smaller, settlements and by far will be more expensive than it's worth for a law firm to litigate. This has created a settlement gap where it is difficult to garner legal representation even though your case has merit. This is not Mr. Kamau's fault but it is the unfair nature of the system.
Perhaps the minimal number of his critics misunderstood what they signed up for. Mr. Kamau is an experienced investgator and expert wittness. He has fullfilled that role and more with me. In fact he has been working with me for six months on an at least bi-weekly basis. Per hour I'm paying a low professional rate as compared to an attorney at this point.
I am represented by different attorneys at key points in the process. But I find it's better to have your act together before you really start piling up the legal bills. Some police departments legal strategy is to overwhelm you with shear resources.
Of course the big factors are the those of your individual case.
I'm sorry the few copmlaintants feel like they we're ripped off. That's not how I feel, nor the majority of Kamau's client's. And, if Kamau doesn't have a lot of clients then how is he making the hundreds of thousands that he is? That argument is internally consistent and not logical.
For the Critical Thinker: Don't you suppose that there are people who don't like what Kamau is doing? Like taking on a system the incarcerates more people than any place on the planet? There is a political element when going against the grain the way Kamau is, no?