April Fools Day

FBI announces next round of indictments in Dayton

Special Agent in Charge Joe Deters, along with Acting AUSA Vipal J. Patel and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced that the third round of indictments in the continuing “Culture of Corruption” investigation will be released today, April 1, 2021. The details were released to Esrati.com early this morning, acknowledging that much of the work Read More

FBI arrests FBI in Dayton says “Corruption isn’t limited to people of color”

Rumors ended today, April 1, 2020, when the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Department of Justice stepped in and arrested the local office FBI agents, the Special Prosecutor, Southern District of Ohio, the State Attorney General David Yost, as part of a sweep called “Demonstrated Racism.” Associate Deputy Director, Paul M. Abbate, said in Read More

Statehouse changes Open Meetings Act

State Legislators in Ohio have changed the Open Meetings Act to the Information Sessions Act, the ISA. This happened after it was determined that the old OMA actually stood for Only My Attorney wins. The new Information Sessions Act totally guts the Sunshine laws, allowing any public body to meet in private under the guise Read More

New plans for the Dayton Arcade leaked

The sudden abandonment of the Fairgrounds project by Miller Valentine left many scratching their heads, especially when their new project, the Dayton Arcade is a project that’s been floundering for almost 30 years. An anonymous source says Miller Valentine and the city are busy lobbying to grant a limited gambling license to the Arcade for, Read More

Dayton to get WNBA team, BREAKING NEWS

In a strange series of events, I learned last night that the University of Dayton is going to be a minority owner in a the Indiana Fever, which will be leaving Indianapolis and will play at UD Arena. UD’s investment will be the addition of air conditioning and a new parking garage, with first-floor retail Read More

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