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Some people know who abducted and killed kids in Oakland County, Michigan in 1976 and 1977.  More energy has been expended in keeping a lid on these “cold cases” over the past 36 years than has been spent trying to solve these crimes.  It is only one shocking facet of this case that when the truth finally bubbles to the surface, I believe it will be shown that a remarkable number of people knew at the time and know now who was involved in the abduction and killing of these kids.  Law enforcement agencies in Oakland County are not above re-victimizing family members who dare to ask questions about the investigation and have been quick to dismiss people who have come forward with information.  It has been obvious to me since early 2006 that this thing reeks.  I regret not speaking publicly about these cases after it became obvious what was going on (or not going on) here.  I can’t believe I spent three decades thinking the police would never stop being the voice for the kids, including my brother, who were murdered in Oakland County.  These kids never had a chance–then or now.  See if you agree.

 


93 Comments on “About”

  1. tummytwouble says:

    Hi Cathrine,
    My name is Emily Nanney. I am a 19 year old psychology major at Oakland University. I have always been interested in true crime & the OCCK has been something that I have honestly thought about for years. I stumbled across your blog last night and fell into a rabbit hole of fucked up child rapists, conspiracy theories, cover ups and families still struggling for a straight answer. I was struck by your passion for justice and an unrelenting urge to have all the facts, your honest feelings towards the system and an established timeline to tie this whole story together. you give me motivation to do what I love & screw the S.O.B’s that commit crimes of this violent nature. Thank you for unapologeticly searching for the truth for your family & many others.
    Emily


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