Justice

Go to jail, get raped by a corrections officer, only in Phil Plummer’s house of horrors

Corrections officers can’t have consensual relations with inmates. It’s kind of the bedrock of the job. Apparently, Montgomery County Corrections officer Franco Rodio Villella, 23 (about to be 24 in a week) must have missed that training, because yesterday he took a female inmate to a section of the jail (W21) and had sex with her. Read More

Universities are people too? WSU gets a fine and a gag order on H1B visa scandal

Right hand sues left hand, in senseless exchange of public tax dollars in the name of Justice. Sounds like a headline from The Onion, but unfortunately, it’s the latest volley in the folly that’s known as the Wright State University self-enrichment program for trustees and their friends- or H1B visa scandal. If you’ve been hiding Read More

Why I’m voting Yes on Issue 1

There hasn’t been a good constitutional amendment on the ballot in Ohio as long as I’ve been voting. Mostly because it’s hard to do- and when the politicians do it, they screw things up. (See Medical Marijuana and the Casino amendments). What we really need to do to solve the drug problem is have health Read More

Why the Montgomery Democratic Party is a joke

Mark Owens, Montgomery County Party Chairman and Dayton Clerk of Courts came up to me after the meeting to ask me if I gave someone the finger. I said yes, and that the little old lady has been disrespecting me for years, mostly by hissing when I spoke, but tonight, as I started to speak Read More

Another unreported hanging at the Montgomery County Jail

With 1 guard per 100 inmates, it’s hard to keep an eye on things. When you don’t care, things get out of hand. We reported Tuesday that an inmate had hung himself. It’s still not made the Dayton Day-Old news. Now, it turns out that a dozen days earlier, Nathan Griffith hanged himself- cut down Read More

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