Nina Innsted has a new long-form podcast called “Don’t Talk to Strangers,” addressing the child murders in metro Detroit in 1976 and 1977, including the OCCK cases.
I took down the letter written by the man who thought he saw Tim while he was missing. I learned this morning that police did speak with him back in 2015 and determined the man was trying to help but was not entirely believable. The letter was sent to my Dad’s address. He opened the letter and gave a copy to police before forwarding it to me. It was, I guess, just an example of what happens in a case like this.
This is how much my Dad paid to obtain the documents he requested from the Michigan State Police, via the Freedom of Information Act. Keep in mind that the FOIA request was only for documents pertaining to Christopher Busch and Gregory Green. Also keep in mind that this amount did not include attorney fees incurred for this request. Finally, ask yourself how much any media outlet or anyone else has paid for FOIA documents in comparison. Realize that my Dad shared these documents with anyone willing to pay to copy them. And some he gave away freely. I wonder what the final tab was for Mardi Link’s FOIA requests in the the Robison case and whether the documents she obtained had all kinds of shit redacted.