Justice

Wright State Board needs to resign

There are 8 people on the Wright State Board of Trustees who admittedly fiddled while they burned through $130M. There have been investigations, federal fines, audits, restructuring, massive cuts, yet, all of these incompetent “leaders” are not only not taking the blame, they are continuing to destroy the school. They’ve failed to negotiate fairly or Read More

If Wright State falls, the blame is 100% on Mike DeWine

While Mike DeWine was the State Attorney General, he failed to thoroughly investigate the criminal behavior of the Trustees and leadership of Wright State as over $130M disappeared, and another $150M that was supposedly raised in the “Rise.Shine” campaign has never been accounted for. Insider deals to make sure that trustees and donors businesses benefited Read More

You’re invited! The Sunshine Laws Smackdown event. FREE! Tuesday Jan 15, 2019

The Dayton Public Schools had a committee hold an illegal secret meeting to decide what schools to close. I filed a lawsuit to hold them accountable to the Sunshine laws. It got dismissed by Judge Richard Skelton on really stupid grounds: He said I failed to prove they deliberated in a meeting I wasn’t allowed Read More

Have you been trashed by the Dayton Daily news?

I’ve been trashed in the paper. I’ve been disrespected by their “journalists” and going back, by their “editorial board” when they used to have one. But, the worst trashing I get from them is the garbage they indiscriminately throw in my yard, on my sidewalk, in the gutter of the street- of their “advertising circulars.” Read More

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

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