OCP-26 through 30 (end of this series of documents)

Highlights/color and pen notations are mine on this one:
OCP-26

OCP-27

OCP-28

OCP-29

OCP-30

This concludes the documents we received that were from the Oakland County prosecutor files. Keep in mind that members of the media and authors saw these particular documents, some with far fewer redactions.


9 Comments on “OCP-26 through 30 (end of this series of documents)”

  1. Array says:

    Just to be clear about polygraphs.

    They are very often used to deceive clients and even deceive the public.

    They could potentially be used to get useful information, in a straightforward way, but that would be an unusual use case.

    The Brittanee Drexel case comes to mind as an extreme example.

    The FBI coaxed an inmate to give a statement that would make it look like the FBI had solved a major crime. But a news station did some research and showed that the FBI was pretty obviously promoting false information for their own purposes.

    A polygraph examiner was brought in, not to get real fact, not to further the investigation, but simply to cover up the corrupt way the FBI had investigated the case.

    Be suspicious about this polygraph story you have, even though it comes from a friend of a friend, a reliable source.

  2. crimebuffy says:

    What happened to where they didn’t charge Gunnell’s
    at minimum with accessory to murder? They’ve got his DNA on victim # 3 KM?
    It’s apparent by the more recent interrogations regarding this case that Det Williams was way more focused and sincerely trying to get the truth than Sgt Gray.

    • Judi Coltman says:

      At the very least, his notes and summation are coherent and in an understandable order. Will also say that when I compare any correspondence I had with him to what I received from Gray and Robertson, Williams was more receptive and respectful.

    • Deepdive says:

      Based on the ‘lengthy’ record, association with known suspects, continued offenses post arrests, composite similarities, history of LE interviews, I would make a request for DNA and/or polygraph. These repeat offenders know the answers to the questions before they’re asked. I would like to see if any network analysis or modern investigative tools were used to map the suspects, where each suspect is measured against consistent common criteria. My experience and this case has shown the police have interviewed those responsible. Thanks for your prompt response and my prayers are with you and your loved ones.

  3. Deepdive says:

    Could Wasser pass his own polygraph? Not to state the obvious but he forgot how deceptive his responses are, thank God they were recorded. I support your label of POS.

  4. Deepdive says:

    OCP – 26 Douglas Eugene Bennett in Alabama Sex Offender Registry with photo:
    https://www.icrimewatch.net/offenderdetails.php?OfndrID=732250&AgencyID=54247

    • Deepdive says:

      He runs with Busch & Greene, was arrested in Flint, according to William’s notes mugshot resembles suspect composite photo, was he interviewed, NDA, or polygraph taken?

      • cathybroad says:

        Interview only. They believed him when he said he didn’t run with these guys but just got swept up with them and tossed in the Flint jail.

        • Deepdive says:

          Based on the ‘lengthy’ record, association with known suspects, continued offenses post arrests, composite similarities, history of LE interviews, I would make a request for DNA and/or polygraph. These repeat offenders know the answers to the questions before they’re asked. I would like to see if any network analysis or modern investigative tools were used to map the suspects, where each suspect is measured against consistent common criteria. My experience and this case has shown the police have interviewed those responsible. Thanks for your prompt response and my prayers are with you and your loved ones.


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