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The Wire: Dayton Edition

It’s been ten years since I binge watched “The Wire” television series. And like most things in Dayton, we’re about ten years behind the rest of the world as we get our own real world version unfolding in front of us. What made “The Wire” great was that it didn’t end each episode with a Read More

FBI does nothing about ‘illegal’ campaign donations

Using the same rationale that the Toledo Blade used last August identifying a company CEO handing out money to his employees, or forcing employees to donate as a requirement for employment, I identified and reported a similar instance at Qbase in Beavercreek back in February of 2008. The spate of 17 donations of $1,000 each Read More

“Not me” is still not in trouble with Urban League failure

The circling of the wagons is mighty fast in Dayton. The moment one of the protected “League of extraordinary gentle women” looks to be in trouble, it’s quickly swept under the rug. The FBI isn’t allowed to raid homes and make great reputation destroying photos for the front page. The story is quickly killed off. Read More

I really feel terrible about it too.

No oversight on $46 Million? And, the FBI and the county are going after Raleigh Trammell for his little scrape?  Sounds like JFS director Christy Novell and County Administrator Deborah Feldman should be under investigation and on leave without pay until they understand that this is a major violation of the public trust and their Read More

Who’s the criminal? SCLC, Montgomery County, Caresource?

Raleigh Trammell is an ex-con. A man convicted of welfare fraud. Been to prison. Comes back and somehow ends up administering welfare programs again? Uh, does this sound like a good idea? So when the FBI is called in to investigate the possibility that he, as Britney Spears says, “Oops, I did it again” should Read More

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