Justice

Do not go to jail, it’s dangerous

Reports are slowly coming in about an incident that happened 2 weeks ago in the Montgomery County Jail. An inmate, was beat for almost 15 minutes in his cell, by 8 other inmates while being held in a “rollover cell.” Two or three other inmates in the 12 person cell didn’t participate, but also didn’t Read More

Department of Injustice? WSU vs Clayton Luckie

In news, you have hardball, softball and now, apparently we have wiffle ball reporting. In today’s article about the WSU shenanigans. No where in the article are any actual people named as guilty in this obvious scheme to break the law in terms of federal contracting and employment law. The Department of Justice didn’t have Read More

Racism: By the DOJ, the FBI and the State

Let’s compare. The state of Ohio is revoking two disadvantaged business certifications of a Trotwood trucking company owned by Joyce Sutton Cameron, one of three people indicted on federal charges related to defrauding the city of Dayton’s program for minority and disadvantaged businesses. The Ohio Department of Administrative Services opened a review of Green Star Read More

Montgomery County: Still racist as ever

This isn’t the first time I’ve questioned mug shots. When a certain son of Oakwood was indicted for rape in California, the photo the news published wasn’t his mugshot. It was a long time before we actually saw the mug shot. When a friend was arrested at work, for beating the shit out of an Read More

Esrati wins action on library internal video

After almost 4 months of delays caused by the library supplying faulty video to Judge Gerald Parker, and pressure from me to find them in contempt, the judge was finally supplied watchable video and ruled against the libraries argument that the internal security video wasn’t public record. The Court has reviewed the surveillance video at Read More

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