Author: David Esrati

Bye-bye to Aaron Hartley’s law license

The Dayton Daily news didn’t think this was a story. The TV stations didn’t cover it. And, now, the Ohio Supreme Court is being asked to immediately suspend Aaron P Hartley’s law license. That he isn’t on house arrest right now, is because the judges in Montgomery County all have their seats for life, and Read More

Put your money where you get food for my mouth

Mission of Mary Cooperative is an urban agriculture pioneer in the Twin Towers neighborhood just East of my neighborhood, Historic South Park. Twin Towers is not only a food desert- it’s a neighborhood filled with food insecurity. Mission of Mary makes sure that at least in the summer- healthy, organic vegetables are readily available. They Read More

Is Judge Long Aaron Hartley’s best friend?

What follows makes no sense, unless Aaron Hartley has some incriminating evidence against Judge Long in Kettering, or they are best friends. Yesterday, Aaron Hartley, the now disgraced Kettering Divorce Attorney, had a court appearance and instead of being sentenced for his assault case that was decided in July, he walked out of Judge Longs Read More

Dayton needs better police officers than the ones who pulled Clifford Owensby out of his car

Note: the day after I published this, Commissioner Darryl Fairchild reached out to me to discuss a point I made about the police ordering you out of a car as a 4th Amendment breach- is, unfortunately, untrue. Police, can do that, thanks to a bad decision, made in Pennsylvania v. Mimms in 1977. It was Read More

Who to vote for: Dayton Public School Board- and why

This post is late. Mostly because I’ve been trying to get a crazy dangerous lawyer locked up before he shoots someone- and because I have to respond to a Federal Court motion trying to pretend that the FBI and the DOJ aren’t two parts of the same doughnut. More on those- and the outrageous miscarriage Read More

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