Author: David Esrati

Sheriff Streck’s house of horror

June 18, 2020, I published :Covid19 spreading in the Montgomery County Jail June 19, 2020 I published Sheriff Streck hits the panic button Some people started paying attention. June 20, 2020 the Dayton Daily news publishes “Citizens demand action as jail’s virus cases mount” The sheriff writes a letter from the Montgomery County Jail to Read More

Rats abandoning Wright State’s sinking ship

Last week Craig Woolley was the hatchet man, going around giving people walking papers. He was the “Chief Information Officer” at Wright State, but didn’t know the difference between hiring an ad agency and hiring a media buyer. His head of marketing is more a web developer than an ad pro. If you need proof Read More

The problem with the Dayton Police Department

Before you even begin with the problems of police, you have to start with the problem police are asked to solve- and what is it? Most would say “crime.” And that would be the end of the discussion, however “crime” comes in many different costumes, and generally, police come in one. It’s the old adage- Read More

Sheriff Streck hits the panic button

Unfortunately, the actual message that went out hasn’t been delivered to me, despite a clear public records request. (received Jun 22, 2020 at 15:27) Sheriff Streck who is running for his first election, unopposed, is worried that he may harm his image by letting the public know that the Montgomery County Jail is no longer Read More

Covid19 spreading in the Montgomery County Jail

On June 10, at 8:06 AM this site broke the news that Covid-19 had hit the Montgomery County Jail. Other news agencies picked up the story later in the day, without crediting this site. The Sheriff and his head jailer, Major Jeremy Roy, are a lot like Donald Trump- they refuse to listen to science. Read More

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