Local South Carolina police and sheriff’s office worked with FBI and state AG to unravel 35-year-old cold case abduction and murder of a young girl

Yesterday police in South Carolina arrested a 61-year-old man and charged him with murder, kidnapping and burglary in connection with the June 1986 disappearance of four-year-old Jessica Gutierrez.


The arrest in this 35-year-old cold case was based on “newly discovered information,” not yet revealed to the public. Guess who helped the local police and sheriff’s office in this South Carolina case?

Investigators interviewed more than 125 people and reviewed more than 3,500 pages of documents with the help of FBI personnel from 10 field offices. The South Carolina Attorney General’s Office has had the case since February 2015 and will prosecute the matter. 


That’s right–the FBI (10 field offices, no less) and the state AG’s office.

You want to know what happens when you contact the Michigan AG about the OCCK case? Nothing. Not a thing; not even “can’t help, sorry.”

The FBI? They will deny every FOIA request using either the “dog ate my homework”/flooded facility excuse, or they will release 12 or so meaningless pages of 167 in the case of the interview and hypnosis of a witness from the Tim King abduction site and tell you it is still an open investigation. They will also tell you that the lead agencies in this case are the MSP and the Oakland County Sheriff’s office. All hail the MSP and the OCP, they are surely on the job!

In whatever rules the FBI makes up as they go along about when they will get involved and when they will look the other way, there is no denying that the “lead” agencies in the OCCK case are the foxes guarding the hen house. The Michigan State Police?! And, are you serious–the Oakland County Sheriff’s office, who responded to a FOIA request this past July that they have not one file or document in their possession–“try the Michigan State Police!” The same office that hid the Oakland County prosecutor files in this case–literally kept them on the premises at the request of the office of former prosecutor Jessica Cooper–so her office could “protect” them from any further FOIA requests? You mean that lead agency??

Ten field offices and a state AG. Wow. Do you think that in South Carolina they don’t have a ton of other pressing, current day cases or school shootings? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Townville_Elementary_School_shooting, https://www.npr.org/2021/09/01/1033442181/winston-salem-north-carolina-school-shooting. Somebody put that little girl’s case under a microscope and figured it out. Enough buck-passing and excuses, Michigan.

If you work or worked for the MSP, the Oakland County Prosecutor’s office or the Oakland County Sheriff’s office and know of the public corruption involved in the investigation into the Oakland County child murders, take the FBI up on their request to contact them at at MichiganCorruption@fbi.gov. If you prefer to do so anonymously, you can call the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or submit tips online at tips.fbi.gov. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/56938161/posts/3634287072. I bet if you’re not a member of the King family, you won’t even have to put together a treatise as part of your tip.

Three down, one to go.

Three white men convicted of hunting down and murdering Ahmaud Arbery (who was murdered for jogging while black in a Georgia suburb) were sentenced this afternoon to life in prison, two of them without the possibility of parole. https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2022/01/07/ahmaud-arbery-murder-sentencing/. The focus should now turn to former Georgia district attorney Jackie Johnson, who has been charged with violating her oath of office by showing overt favoritism to the defendants in this case, who were not charged for over 70 days–and may well never have been until video surfaced of the murder. https://www.cnn.com/2021/12/05/us/jackie-johnson-brunswick-da-charges-arbery/index.html.

L. Brooks Patterson and Jessica Cooper are so lucky they served in Oakland County, where there is no such thing as violating your oath of office, let alone public corruption, as long as the tax base stays strong and commercial opportunities abound. Oh, they and Robert Robertson of the MSP knew better than anyone how to make the OCCK “problem” go away. Everybody’s a winner. Except those four dead kids. Life goes on, nobody’s the wiser; the county doesn’t get sued. Get over it.

Would you trust any of those people or their compliant underlings to make any decision for you, in any aspect of your life? They make Jackie Johnson look like a candidate for an ethics award.