Archives for April 2014

Turning comments off

Turning comments off  means change and it is coming to Defrosting Cold Cases. As you can see on my blog, I have disabled comments. All comments that were made before today are not deleted. They are just not visible anymore but would pop back up if I enabled commenting again. There are many reasons for […]

Powers Not Delegated by Rodney Page

Powers Not Delegated by Rodney Page is a book that will leave you with a headache of the good kind. This book describes every feeling of helplessness a citizen gets when big government tries to take over. It voices the frustration of Governors whose hands are more tied than ever. It shows you what happens when […]

Book Alert: the Skeleton Crew

Book Alert: the Skeleton Crew by author Deborah Halber will be released in June 2014 and it is a must read if you love solving crimes and mysteries. The book tells the stories of ordinary citizens who take on the grim task largely abandoned by law enforcement: helping identify the estimated 40,000 unidentified human remains languishing […]

Help the Cedar Rapids Police

Help the Cedar Rapids Police to get in touch with an anonymous person who contacted the Linn County Crime Stoppers about Michelle Martinko‘s cold case. The Public Safety Communications Coordinator Greg M. Buelow contacted me with the following message: “The Cedar Rapids Police Department is requesting additional assistance from a Linn County Crime Stoppers tipster who provided investigators […]

Jacobs not guilty of Blakelock murder

Nicholas Jacobs was found not guilty of the Blakelock murder during the 1985 Broadwater Farm Riots. From the Huffington Post: “Nicky Jacobs, who was 16 at the time, went on trial at the Old Bailey accused of being one of the rioters who together stabbed the officer more than 40 times and tried to decapitate him. There […]

Petition for Cert filed for Zeigler

Petition for Cert filed for Zeigler with the United States Supreme Court by the New York defense team! The State of Florida has to respond this month. Dennis H. Tracey, III and John Houston Pope have filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the United States Supreme Court. In plain English: the New York defense team […]