Culture of Corruption

Too many stories, too little time

FBI special agent in charge of the region should resign, or be fired. He’s Mr. “Culture of Corruption” law and order, and yet, his prize catch, former Dayton City Commissioner Joey D. Williams, spent only 3 months and 21 days in prison of a one year term. Nevermind the fact that Deters seems to be Read More

Apparently it’s rude to ask the FBI to do their job

It was April 30, 2019 when the FBI, the State Attorney General and the Department of Justice told Dayton we had a culture of corruption. Since then, they’ve indicted 7 African Americans and 1 corrupt hillbilly demolition contractor. Their main source, their “confidential informant” was a 2 bit crook named Mike Marshall, who used to Read More

When the wrong answer and no response spells corruption and coverup

“Please, this can’t get out before the primary. Let me look into it.” ~long time elected official when told of the improprieties that this story exposes. This will qualify for TL/DR (too long, didn’t read) but, I assure you, it’s worth your time. Since the FBI and the DOJ are incapable of arresting anyone but Read More

and the rest of the Williams corruption story

Today, the Dayton Daily News has a very long story which is claiming to reveal new evidence in the Joey D. Williams investigation. They state: The Dayton Daily News obtained a federal search warrant and supporting documents from the 2015 search of Williams’ Sunnyview Avenue home. Using those and other public records and interviews, our Read More

The big roundup? Corruption in every corner?

Same disclosure as before: Full disclosure: Joey Williams and I first met on the campaign trail when I was running for Mayor to unseat Richard Clay Dixon and he was running for school board. I consider Joey a friend. I’ve watched him get married, his kids grow up, and his career do exactly what he Read More

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