Culture of Corruption

Esrati files against the Board of Elections: Your agenda items aren’t Oscar nominations

Dayton: Community activist David Esrati, filed pro se in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court today asking for the courts to stop the Montgomery County Board of Elections from meeting today to certify candidate petitions because they failed to present an adequate agenda for the meeting. Esrati claims they are running the meeting like the Oscars- Read More

Time to remove the directors of the Montgomery County Board of Elections

It’s a simple public records request: Give us an agenda that actually informs the public of what you are going to discuss at your meetings. Can you imagine if the School Board or the City or County Commission sent out a clone of their agenda every week that looked like this? We’re going to meet Read More

Why Dayton is demolition central

A posting on Facebook showed photos of the old Roosevelt High School. The reactions were strong, wondering why this gem had been torn down- and why Stivers was still standing. Roosevelt was an amazing building, that brought dignity to West Dayton on a scale like no other: Marble Entrances 400+ Class Rooms Two swimming pools Read More

Brian Higgins guilty on 5 of 7 charges

After a 7 day trial in US Federal Court on 3 charges of mail fraud, 2 charges of witness intimidation and 2 charges of witness retaliation a jury of 8 women and 4 men found Brian Higgins guilty of all the charges except witness retaliation. The last four charges stemmed from a lawsuit Higgins filed Read More

How the Feds waste your tax dollars bilking you of more tax dollars

Note: This includes information gleaned from testimony in the trial, USA vs Higgins. It is not about the case. This story is about how the government spent a few million, to bilk tax payers with a scheme centered around a dishonorably discharged Army veteran and a fake business they set up. Michael E. Marshall said Read More

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