Aaron Hartley

Justice delayed is a legal strategy that needs to end: The saga of Aaron Hartley

How long does it take the system to prosecute a crime? And who benefits? Is this a system for the lawyers, by the lawyers instead of for the people, by the people? Since I published the story about Kettering divorce attorney Aaron Hartley being found guilty of assault, 3 other women have come forward to Read More

When no news isn’t good news

Things you haven’t read in the Dayton Daily news, include of course, any news story that’s first reported here. So, here’s some updates. The Montgomery County Jail is once again becoming a hotbed of Covid19. 20+ cases and climbing a whole bunch of people quarantined. While you’d think you’d test the worker inmates who deliver Read More

Is it news? Or is it Esrati?

There’s an old ad, is it butter or is it Parkay? In Dayton, there’s the official news outlets- and then there’s me with Esrati.com On Tuesday night, I posted what may be a pivotal news story- one that talks about the Federal Government’s ability to allow criminals to run for office, while under indictment. It Read More