Clayton Luckie

Two years of indictable impotence

Full disclosure: Brian Higgins was a client and became a good friend. I still try to be as fair and impartial as possible. It was April 30, 2019, when Brian Higgins walked into the FBI office with binders full of documentation of how a registered sex offender got a contract to pick up the deceased Read More

FBI and DOJ embarrassing themselves in the “Culture of Corruption” case

Brent Tabacchi is the kind of guy that makes government employees look bad. He thinks he’s important and doing a lot, but when you get right down to it, he’s a poster child for hiring the intellectually challenged. He’s done nothing resembling justice in the “culture of corruption” case, seeing as Mayor Nan Whaley and 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

FBI and DOJ fail us again: “Operation Demolished Integrity” indictments

Today, in what will probably be his last press conference as the US District Attorney, Ben Glassman laid an egg. Six months after telling the people of Dayton that we had a “Culture of Corruption” he once again failed to name any major players or fully spell out the extent of the corruption. Taking yet Read More

“Esrati is a racist” and 1001 other reasons not to vote for me

According to a few vocal Facebook provocateurs, I’m now a racist. Of course I am. I’ve always said I was. You can quote me on this, “I’m a racist. I hate stupid people. But, I hate them all equally.” The funny thing is they come in all body types, skin colors, religious persuasions. Stupidity is Read More

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