Culture of Corruption

The charade of the “Culture of Corruption” trial- the Higgins matter

At 1:30pm today on the ninth floor of the Federal building in Judge Thomas Rose’s court room, a gallery of Higgins supporters sat and watched a Federal Prosecutor flail around for almost an hour- trying to corner an insurance expert into saying that Brian Higgins had committed mail fraud. There is only one problem, this Read More

Nan Whaley warrants and what they may mean

We know Nan Whaley has no problem running for Governor right after being elected Mayor. She did it 4 years ago. This time, she’d taken out petitions- and planned to run again. Considering her fat campaign fund, most people were scared to challenge her. It’s why she ran un-opposed last time. So when she pulled Read More

Whaley was suspected of bribery by the Feds. Esrati.com told you first

The Dayton Daily news now officially has egg on their face. But, so does Politico, The Huffington Post, The NY Times, the Washington Post, all the major newspapers in Ohio, the local TV stations. While I didn’t have the unsealed warrants, I did know that the tapes were played to the Grand Jury and sought Read More

Do the right thing: Get threatened with a lawsuit

I’ve been publishing Esrati.com since 2005. So far, the only things that have generated legal issues- have all been centered around a single lawyer, the deposed Montgomery County Democratic Party Chief Dennis Lieberman (or his firm). The first run in was where he represented the “esteemed local business man” who was sending out what I Read More

Esrati files in Federal Court to expose Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley’s part in the “Culture of Corruption” investigation

At 4pm today, citizen journalist David Esrati filed a lawsuit in The United States District Court, Southern Ohio, Western district, requesting FBI tapes of Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley that were played to a grand jury in the sessions that lead to the indictment and convictions of Commissioner Joey Williams, Roshawn Winburn and Clayton Luckie. Through Read More

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