Thursday, February 26, 2009

Chandra Levy

One Question:
Why did it take 8 years?

Now here's the catch:
Any way you answer that will generate more questions.

Friday, February 06, 2009

Thank You, God!

I promised someone that I would open my next post with the above 3 words. As to who it is I made that promise to, I'll let you guess.

Sometimes it is very hard to believe in God.
Like when someone near and dear to you is taken from you, in a senseless act.
It doesn't help when those who claim to be His followers are such idiots that you try to avoid them.

But sometimes it is very easy to believe in God.
Like when you're sitting at home watching TV and, suddenly and unexpectedly, there's something in the news you were waiting for so long, you forgot you were waiting for it.

Add to it that it was the very next day after the Yarmolenko trial, and my mind begins to wonder if some mysterious forces may be at work.

Andrew Dalzell has been arrested.

We were all waiting for the time he would get in trouble again. It was bound to happen, we all said. (I know I did!) He has always gotten in trouble before, and he will certainly get in trouble again. Getting in trouble is one thing he does well. The day will surely come,
lets hope and pray that when the day comes, the slippery fish doesn't slip through the cracks again.

So I get online, and look at all these messages.

John Allore picked up the story before I did. It certainly wasn't the first time, and likely won't be the last.

A message from Carolyn Hutchison, Carrboro Police Chief.

A reporter named Kevin Ellis with the Gaston Gazette wants me to call him.

Several messages from Joy and other friends, one of them telling me how Joy was "captured" by WRAL News.

My heart is beating fast as I take this all in.
Moisture forms in the corners of my eyes.
Do I dare believe...?

Would Dalzell more likely get a fair trial in Buncombe County than in Orange?
It's hard to argue with that, especially considering that he didn't really get a trial at all in Orange County.

Now that right there is the thing that's messed up the most about it.
Dalzell was the one who should have been on trial, but the Carrboro Police were the ones on trial.
Hey, what's wrong with this picture, Folks?
I mean, weren't the CPD the ones doing everything they could to solve the case?

I have it on good authority that the CPD has made the sincerest efforts. I have always and will always stand by them on their efforts. It was the DA who opposed them in a double-cross that is to blame.

So what was that question again?
Oh yeah,
Will they make it stick next time?

Throw enough of it at the wall, and just maybe...?

One thing I know for sure.
If they slap his wrist and let him go, the public outcry would be downright frightening!

Special thanks also to the Buncombe County Sherrif's Office.
Now here's a new link.

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Dalzell Arrested

Andrew Dalzell was arrested yesterday in Asheville, NC for soliciting a minor online.

Read all about it here:

and here:

Special thanks to NC Wanted and WRAL News for being the first to call this to our attention.

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Yarmolenko Murder Hearing

It appears, my dear readers, that we now have another suspect.
A Mecklenburg County inmate has sent his confession to a Charlotte newscaster.
The two people on jet skis who found the body said they did not see anyone fishing nearby.
Nothing more for me to say here.