In 2012, I wrote a series of posts on police corruption in New Mexico. Recently, a woman named Myra Redman commented on one of those posts saying the 1988 murder of her husband, James F. Gossen, remains unsolved and there are questionable matters regarding his case as well. I reached out to Myra and told her I would be happy to write a post on her husband's case and she agreed. … [Read more...] about James F Gossen: New Mexico Businessman’s 1988 Murder Still Unsolved
Gail Miles, 61, was a retired Watertown, Massachusetts police officer, having worked for the department from 1984 until her retirement in 2004. When she was hired, Gail was the first black police officer and only the second female officer at Watertown Police Department (WPD). Throughout her 20 years of service, Gail endured severe sexual harassment and racism by … [Read more...] about Gail Miles: Who killed the 61-year-old retired police officer?
My loyal readers know how I feel about police/government cover-ups. I hate them. And when those said cover-ups involve the disappearance or murder of INNOCENT people, my blood boils. Because if you can't "serve and protect", then GTFO! When I get the chance to write about these type of cases, I jump at it. Why? Because they are absolutely ridiculous. This next case is a … [Read more...] about Robin Abrams: Missing since 1990
WARNING: FOUL LANGUAGE. I'm pissed so there is going to be cussing involved. Just thought I'd warn ya ahead of time. ;) I normally don't write posts about current events or cases. But this one has gotten me all riled up! I am so angry for the OBVIOUS murder of a promising young, BEAUTIFUL woman. I hate cover-ups. I really fucking do. And this is one of the worst ones … [Read more...] about Covered-Up Murder: Justice For Sandra Bland
Warning! Super long post! When I hear the town name Jasper, and it just happens to be in Texas, I immediately think of James Byrd, Jr. I'm sure you do, too. On June 7, 1998, one of the worst cases of racial crimes occurred here. James Byrd, Jr. age 48, was dragged for three miles behind a pick-up truck on an asphalt road. He remained conscious throughout most of the … [Read more...] about The Suspicious Death of Alfred Wright