From the FBI FOIA response re: documents relating to witness Doug Wilson’s statements in the OCCK investigation.

From the FBI FOIA response re:  documents relating to witness Doug Wilson's statements in the OCCK investigation.

Page one of five. Appeared in Reader’s Digest in March 1977. The fine print is hard to read, but this was an article first appearing in Good Housekeeping in 1972 or 1973. Does this mean anything to anybody? The only haunting vision I’m getting is of the FBI working on this case back in the day.

9 Comments on “From the FBI FOIA response re: documents relating to witness Doug Wilson’s statements in the OCCK investigation.”

  1. cathybroad says:

    And let me point out that this FOIA response by the FBI, simply consisting of 12 pages of news articles relating to Tim’s abduction and this weird article, was the subject of a few back and forth letters between the person filing the FOIA request and the bullshitters at the FBI; no, we don’t know when the documents will be ready, no we don’t expedite these things, your appeal is moot, blah, blah, blah. If this agency had to document billable hours, the ledger would be laughable. Rest of the article to follow.

  2. Mike says:

    So whos phone number is at the top?

    • cathybroad says:

      Apparently Detective Doan’s from Southfield PD. Not positive.

      • Andrew Wellman says:

        Southfield’s area code was 313 up until the 90’s.

      • Mike says:

        586 area code is over near sterling heights i think. Anyways it is definatly not a number from the 70’s. the whole area was 313 until mid to late 80’s or early 90’s where 810 became oakland county. 586 came in the late 90’s to early 2000 for sterling heights and such.

  3. Andrew Wellman says:

    What pops into my mind is how law enforcement is required to turn over everything they have relating to the case to a defendant. Some agencies will go out of their way to bury the defense team with paperwork.

  4. Mike says:

    You need to make sure you know whos number that is. It could be why that article is in the files. It is a number from 2000 or newer and is macomb county.

  5. The ability to see into the future would be useful for the FBI and military interests. So far all they have are scammers that take up air time on TV to help hawk their “expertise” while they run their mouth on TV about crime scenes and such. As it stands, all they have that works to benefit them is boring redundancy and hoping the dumbed out reality audience will go along and think them much smarter. They have their stalking “teams” and experts out there just as they did back in the day these children lives ended and the tragedy that affected the entire community.

    How do you know it’s not a social security number?

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