Reader discretion advised

So here’s a copy of the court filing in the Ashley Freeman/Lauria Bible case. It is horrific. I haven’t even read it yet myself and I know it’s going to be horrific.

I did glance at the first few pages and it looks like the sole living suspect, Ronnie Busick, was the lookout and two men who are beyond earthly justice actually killed Danny and Kathy Freeman. And of course, if Busick and his lawyer have any brains at all they’re going to dump as much blame as possible on the dead guys and paint him as an innocent bystander or something.

I had bad dreams last night about the girls being held captive by those men. Some real Silence of the Lambs type stuff.

Not gonna update today. I’ve been out all day and now I’ve got some things to do. I’ve got to deal with an email sent in with about a zillion corrections on one of my cases. And possibly take Michael to the hospital when he gets home, depending on how awful he feels. He’s been sick for awhile.

14 thoughts on “Reader discretion advised

  1. Ivana April 24, 2018 / 7:01 pm

    I hope Michael will get better. Take care!

    • Meaghan April 24, 2018 / 10:24 pm

      He’s got a tooth problem. He’s pretty miserable but OTC painkillers seem to be doing the trick. He will see a dentist on Thursday.

  2. Justin April 24, 2018 / 10:26 pm

    Standard procedure when busted for a horrible crime. You were there, but you didn’t do anything.
    You were just the lookout. Oh, he did everything that the other two did and everyone knows it. I hope he gets executed.

    • Meaghan April 24, 2018 / 10:29 pm

      That might very well happen. Oklahoma is a death penalty state and I can’t think of a crime more deserving of the DP than this.

    • Melanie March 16, 2019 / 3:52 pm

      AMEN! I am very angry about California’s Stay on Executions!!! 737 Inmates!!! So at least 737 Murders! Rapes! Ruined Lives! And that isn’t counting the Family and Friends impacted by these EVIL SCUMBAGS!!!! With that the Victims are in the THOUSANDS!! This isn’t justice! I cant imagine what the Family and Friends are going through. I agree with the “Death Penalty” if you want to abolish. That’s one thing. Go forward. NOT BACK!!! IT’S MAKING VICTIMS, VICTIMS AGAIN! WHAT A SLAP IN THE FACE!!! I think “The Death Penalty” Should be NATIONWIDE!! AND NO MORE 10 PLUS YEARS OF APPEALS!

  3. Patrick Kerrigan April 25, 2018 / 11:55 am

    Very good news, a Joseph James DeAngelo, 72 was arrested in California. It is possible that he is the long sought Golden State Killer. I hope that Michelle McNamara, is in heaven smiling at the news. She spent time, money and her life trying to identify him. She left us at a young age to carry on her quest to identify the people who committ these serious crimes.

    Also we must continue to find all these missing persons. We need to use the tools available to augment what law enforcement can and can’t do to limited resources and other crimes.

  4. Catherine April 25, 2018 / 6:34 pm

    An amazing week for investigators. I never thought they’d get the GSK. The news truly floored me. Thoughts to all family and friends of each and every victim.

  5. Patrick Kerrigan April 25, 2018 / 6:55 pm

    As I commented earlier Michelle McNamara should be alive to see the authorities take him on the perp walk.

    I remember when my partner Lisa and I investigated thefts from two patients at are VA hospital. We identified a employee as a suspect and then determined where he used a stolen ATM card at. We found that there was a camera on the machine. That plus using a map of Chicago, I plotted the locations where he also used the ATM and a credit card. This turned out to be real close to where he lived.

    Are boss was pestering us about annual training issues and we kept digging. The ATM pictures were icing on the cake. Our boss ran to the hospital director to show off what his detectives did.
    Then we turned him over to detectives from the Chicago Police. However, they gave credit on their paperwork as the arresting officers.
    Maybe Michelle’s husband will get some satisfaction along with increased sales of the book she was writing, which he has been speaking about recently.

    • Meaghan April 25, 2018 / 7:00 pm

      My grandpa who died last year spent the last years of his life in a nursing home. One of his few joys was his Kindle. His eyes were too bad to read regular print anymore and he no longer had the manual dexterity to turn the pages of books, but he could read the magnified print on the Kindle and push the buttons to move to the next page. His body had just about disintegrated but, horrifyingly, his mind worked fine, and the Kindle was some entertainment and intellectual stimulation for him.

      Then someone, presumably an employee at the home, stole it. I was furious. This was literally one of the only things my grandpa could do. Like taking candy from a baby.

      They never even tried to figure out who it was.

  6. Patrick Kerrigan April 25, 2018 / 9:02 pm

    There was an individual who main business was stealing from patients in many hospitals in the Chicago area. When ever he was arrested the security ditector’s at the hospitals would appear in court to try get the judges in Cook County to send him away for awhile. It never worked. Well, he went to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to visit family and took some time to do his routine. He got caught and the judge sent him away for 7 years. It was great news in our neck of the woods. We called him”The Bingo Bandit”, because he appear when we had patients down on the 4th floor for bingo.

  7. Patrick Kerrigan April 27, 2018 / 8:00 pm

    I read a good part of the stuff submitted. One thing that bugged me is that Joe Dugan supposedly worked for Mr. Pryor. Yet, when Joe dies the local sheriff’s office turns it down. They should have given it to Mr. Pryor. All the material and investigative leads were lost.

    I don’t understand why the sheriff’s office did not want the insurance card. It’s a possible investgative lead. It is found in the vicinity of a murder, possible kidnapping, and a arson fire. It’s evidence whether it provides a useful lead or not.

    Then the sheriff’s office refused to search the vehicle at the salvage yard. So you search it and process the vehicle. If the girls were stuffed in the vehicle, they would have hair and other fibers. Also, who was the vehicle registered to. Also, unless they used gloves, they would have left finger prints and DNA. This took place in 1999, not in 1965.

    It appears on the surface that the sheriff’s office, wanted this case to go away. The Bible’s had to find the father’s remains. At least the new sheriff turned the the files over to the State of Oklahoma investigators.

  8. former_victim_speaks April 29, 2018 / 12:08 pm

    Getting back on topic, the advances in DNA have been truly exciting. I believe that this is the year that many old cases will be solved. I’m a former victim of sexual assault who is training to be a private investigator.

  9. Patrick Kerrigan April 29, 2018 / 9:33 pm

    I find it interesting that supposedly the blame for the Golden State Killers rampage was a woman identified by the first name of Bonnie. The media have published her full name. Supposedly he screamed about his hatred of her at a crime scene. This was something that law enforcement most likely held back from the media.

    I wonder if she ever knew of his hatred of her. The thing that bugs me is if she had an inkling he was the guy commiting those crimes. Also supposeldy she was a blogger, so I wonder what she blogged about.

    I sometimes have questions about the holdbacks, especially if the case has been cold for 10 years or more.

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