Jennifer Selhorst

New Chief, same as the old Chief?

What crimes do we prosecute- and why? It seems that law enforcement sets it’s own priorities, but the question is to ask the people at the top to explain their decisions. This was sent on Tuesday- so far, no response from the chief. I copied Frank LaRose at the Secretary of State office, where I Read More

Who’s the criminal this week?

A week ago Sunday, Tom Archdeacon of the Dayton Daily News wrote a story about the veteran I’ve been taking care of since Feb of 2016. It was very brave of John to share his story. The headline was “John ‘Sully’ Sullivan can see his future again” and I think it got more traction on Read More

The charade of the “Culture of Corruption” trial- the Higgins matter

At 1:30pm today on the ninth floor of the Federal building in Judge Thomas Rose’s court room, a gallery of Higgins supporters sat and watched a Federal Prosecutor flail around for almost an hour- trying to corner an insurance expert into saying that Brian Higgins had committed mail fraud. There is only one problem, this Read More

Mat Heck and his mobster mentality

It’s not just poor people and minorities who suffer under the vulgar actions of Mat Heck, its everyone in Montgomery County. Because of the way the system works, he’s basically king of the fiefdom, deciding what cases go to court and which ones don’t. Which ones they’ll fight hard and which ones they won’t. We Read More

Reconstructing Dayton unearths county corruption in the prosecutors office

Following an anonymous tip to this site, Reconstructing Dayton, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit, has revealed that the Montgomery County’s Prosecutor’s Office diverted “surplus funds” into extremely large employee bonuses, which cost the office/taxpayers over $1 million. This comes at a time when the county has enacted austerity measures because of the pandemic and property values are Read More