|Who's The Crook? No, Dirty Joe. It's You!|
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Monday, April 13, 2015
|Merlyn D. Shiverdecker|
We aren't surprised he was handpicked by Joseph Theodore Deters (known on this blog as Dirty Deadbeat Dad Deters) to persecute Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Marie Hunter. Judge Tracie Hunter is a Christian minister. She used her elected position to defend and protect children ... All Children but especially BLACK CHILDREN ... from harm.
We want to remind you, our faithful readers, of the time when Shiverdecker defended a cop who was CAUGHT ON CAMERA beating up a kid!!!
According to this Cincinnati Enquirer story, city prosecutors charged Forest Park police officer Todd Halusek with transporting a teenager to the 2020 Auburn Juvenile Jail and once there "putting his arms around him, lifting him up, slamming him to the ground and pinning him down." The BEAT DOWN was captured on the jail's video security cameras.
Merlyn defended the cop. He admitted Halusek used force. But he urged a jury to engage in JURY NULLIFICATION -- find the cop not guilty even though excessive force was used.
President Bill Clinton signed The Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 into law. That law authorizes the U.S. Department of Justice to review the practices of law enforcement agencies that may be violating people's federal rights. (source) It is no secret that Cincinnati leaders are collecting stories of children abused by law enforcement officers working for Hamilton County and the Juvenile Court. They are petitioning President Barack Obama's DOJ to enforce the law and conduct a pattern and practice investigation of the Juvenile Jail, the Juvenile Court that runs it, and the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office. This case of abuse is one of many that have been provided to DOJ.
The lazy, local, mainstream, brain dead, white, racist media has people like Kimball Perry (known on this blog as KimNOballs) to tell their version of the story. The Cincinnati Black Blog is here to present a balanced alternative to them.
We urge those of you who believe in GOD and The DEVIL to think about what has been presented here and choose sides. Whose Side Are You On? The Christian Minister who PROTECTS KIDS or the Demonic Persecutor Who DEFENDS CHILD BEATERS?
Published by Nathaniel Livingston firstname.lastname@example.org at 6:23 PM
Thursday, March 19, 2015
In the email posted above, Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black denied a report published on our founder and editor's personal Facebook page stating the Cincinnati Police Department responded to a call for help received early this morning from someone inside the home of Councilmember Christopher Smitherman (known on this blog as The Sillyman). Or did he?
Multiple sources have told The Cincinnati Black Blog that police responded to The Sillyman's residence early this morning. They have given us an approximate response time: between midnight and 2 a.m. They tell us this morning's call was domestic violence-related. They tell us there have been several previous incidents of family violence. In all instances, our sources tell us the cops avoid writing any official report, they destroy records, and they shield The Sillyman.
Why Mr. Black or CPD do this? Well, The Sillyman is not just any ordinary Councilmember (already a position of power). He heads Council's powerful Law & Public Safety Committee. In a real sense, The Sillyman IS THE CHIEF OF POLICE'S BOSS. In the last few years, the city has fired the city manager, the city's top lawyer, and the city prosecutor. The Sillyman is a vindictive twerp. Think about what he'd do if this story had come out as soon as it happened. Think of the retribution that would've occurred if he had been arrested and plastered on TV screens this morning during a court arraignment.
We trust our confidential news sources and have agreed to protect their identities. We do this because we want them to speak freely and because they only agreed to speak if we agreed to shield them. Our sources are, understandably, afraid of retaliation from The Sillyman, Mr. Black, Mayor John Cranley, and Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell.
We believe Mr. Black AND our sources may all be telling the truth.
Let's examine Mr. Black's statement:
Contrary to the statements expressed in your March 19th e-mail (below), the Cincinnati Police Department has confirmed that it has not received any domestic violence-related calls for service to the Lenox Place home of Councilmember Smitherman at any time during the Smitherman family's residence at that location, including no calls from early this morning. Your allegations of a domestic violence report at the Smitherman residence, this morning or in the past, are simply incorrect.
Upon close consultation with the Cincinnati Police Department, it is my understanding that the only responsive police records of any kind during the last five years regarding that address relate to the following: a 2011 police run for a reported burglary at the home, two police calls related to suspicious vehicles near the residence, and one police call related to a home alarm malfunction at the Lenox Place residence. Those are the only times that CPD have been called to the home for any purpose. Per the City's legal obligations under the Public Records Act, we will initiate a search for any records responsive to police runs at the specified address and will provide any such records to you within a reasonable period of time. We will let you know if there are any costs associated with a response to your request.Mr. Black is good. What if the call for service early this morning was domestic-violence related but the cops, working with The Sillyman, decided to classify it as something else? What if they received a call and heard someone with an afro hollering and screaming in the background but when they arrived decided to classify the threats and yelling as loud noise that didn't warrant an official report?
Who says there was an official "call for service"? Over the years we have reported on the shaky relationship between The Sillyman and his humble, lovely (inside and out), devoted wife Pamela Smitherman. Poor Pam has endured more grieve, abuse, and disrespect from The Sillyman than any woman should have to bear. She's an Angel who hooked up with a Devil. So, we have been told The Sillyman has cautioned her over the years to NEVER CALL 911 for help or else she'll pay a price. We understand that the children have also been trained to keep abuse secret. We admit that our sources were not able to tell us how CPD was alerted to trouble at The Sillyman's residence, but we do believe they are correct when they report that CPD personnel responded to the home.
There may be no official reports but there are records (at least until they are destroyed). There's a record of radio traffic. There's a record of telephone calls, text messages, electronic communications. But slick cops and crooked politicians who want to protect their image/brand are devilish enough to leave the address blank, or put a neighbor's address in the record to throw anyone off who is looking for records from The Sillyman's home. This is a little trick cops use all the time. When a call comes in, you'll hear the dispatch cop talk in code to the cop in the field (or the other way around). They'll say something like "this is a sensitive situation, would you please call me on my private number." They do this to avoid having whatever they are trying to keep secret from being revealed at a later date.
Knowing this, a public records request was sent to the city this morning. In it, the city was cautioned to preserve all records and asked to turn over not just CPD records but also telephone records. Who would The Sillyman call to help him cover up a run to his home? Maybe Mayor Cranley. Maybe Mr. Black. Maybe Chief Blackwell. We want all of their records so we can see who was awake and who was talking/texting/communicating.
There's a chance that CPD is misleading Mr. Black. We like to keep it 100% truthful here at The Cincinnati Black Blog. Mr. Black is still relatively new to his job. He doesn't know all the CPD "fixers". Assuming Mr. Black didn't receive a call from The Sillyman or someone on his behalf, the cops may very well have told him they've had that limited number of interactions with the Smithermans. Unless or until he receives evidence that CPD is lying to him, why shouldn't he trust them?
We want Mr. Black to do what he promised in his responsive email: search the records for ANY police runs. Are supervisor responses classified as "runs"? If not, we want him to find out where all supervisors were during the period of time in question. If he asks the right questions, he may find that he has been misled and lied to. (We hope Chief Blackwell isn't lying to him. There's already an effort to get him fired. This would be all the ammunition they need.) If Mr. Black gets the records, we are confident that the truth will vindicate our sources.
The city shouldn't be helping Smitherman cover up his explosive episodes of family abuse. You, our faithful readers, depend on us to report these stories and follow our leads. We will keep doing the work. We won't let you down. We are praying for Pamela and the kids.
Published by Nathaniel Livingston email@example.com at 6:36 PM
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Saturday, March 14, 2015
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Sunday, March 08, 2015
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Thursday, January 22, 2015
|Was Dinkelacker Drunk When He Killed A Woman?|
Below is a story from the pro-Dinkelacker Cincinnati Enquirer. As you read the story ask yourself how does a guy who attends prostitute parties, allegedly drives while drunk (uses his position to avoid criminal charges), and fixes cases for his buddies, have the character necessary to sit on the bench?
The judge deciding the fate of a Sharonville exotic dancer charged with promoting prostitution refused to remove himself from the case Monday.
Melissa Kelly's attorneys filed a motion Friday asking Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Patrick Dinkelacker to recuse himself because he attended a 1995 bachelor's party in which Ms. Kelly's dancers performed.
Judge Dinkelacker left the party before the dancers appeared. Both sides were to argue the case this morning, but the judge announced his decision late Monday.
Ms. Kelly's next court appearance is Dec. 4, when Judge Dinkelacker is expected to dismiss the case or decide her guilt.
In the four-page decision released Monday, the judge argued that he made no prejudiced decisions or orders during the case.
''All courts must abide by their oath to serve justice even when untrue and fundamentally unfair innuendoes are cast toward a judge. Courts, to show the citizens of their jurisdictions that justice will prevail even when such accusations are rendered, must not take the easy way out and step aside,'' Judge Dinkelacker wrote. '' . . . There is not one scintilla of evidence or proof that this court made any ruling as 'an effort to protect his friends.' ''
Ms. Kelly said the ruling ''makes me sick.''
''This is probably the biggest case of cover-up that I could ever imagine,'' she said, saying the judge's friendship with her past and present customers demands he step down.
''They're railroading me. They all stick together.''Ms. Kelly, 28, who owns Brittany's Playmates in Sharonville, was indicted in June on three counts of promoting prostitution after police say two dancers engaged in oral sex at a party arranged by undercover officers.
Ms. Kelly's attorneys asked that her case be dismissed after the two dancers were found not guilty.
Published by Nathaniel Livingston email@example.com at 8:31 AM
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
|Dinkelacker The No Good Cracka!? No.|
If a judge of the court of common pleas allegedly is interested in a proceeding pending before the court, allegedly is related to or has a bias or prejudice for or against a party to a proceeding pending before the court or a party's counsel, or allegedly otherwise is disqualified to preside in a proceeding pending before the court, any party to the proceeding or the party's counsel may file an affidavit of disqualification with the clerk of the supreme court in accordance with division (B) of this section.
Published by Nathaniel Livingston firstname.lastname@example.org at 5:33 AM