Month: December 2020

  • Rich black sheep.

    In going through documents my Dad had sent me, I found the 2014 “John Doe” papers I posted on December 18, 2020. I knew John Doe’s real name and that he had named a Fisher–a “GM Fisher,” not an “it’s a common name Fisher”–but I did not know the full name of the person […]

  • Episode 4 of The Clown and the Candyman. Boy Scout Troop #137

    Listen very carefully to Episode 4 of The Clown and the Candyman. There is so much there that I had to listen twice. Consider the work done by New Orleans Police Department detectives Frank Wicks and Gus Stansbury. Now might be a good time to contrast the work done on Michigan’s own Frank Shelden […]

  • Public Corruption/Public Integrity Violations

    I think it is safe to say at this point that no one will ever be charged in the OCCK crimes.  I think this has less to do with poor policing than with public corruption.  The bigger crime here is public corruption and I believe it continues today, four decades after four young suburban kids […]