Sunday, August 2, 2015

Our Pedigree

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Our Pedigree”

     You read the “headline” in the newspaper, and the line in the sand has been drawn. Gilbert Bonilla was the antagonist, and Police Sergeant George Pabey was the protagonist in this case. Immediately, the narrative has been cast for Team Pabey… Yet, later on, the newspaper printed a retraction about Gilbert Bonilla being a gang member. But the damage was already done if you feel me. That was 10.31.85.


Right Now, My Brother 8.1.15

     We’ve come to find that there are pages missing from #85-18660 (police report on Gilbert Bonilla homicide 10.31.85 on Halloween night)





     Now come the case of Jasmine Esquivel in 2004. Shot in the head and found dead in a burning car in “Markstown”. Gilbert Bonilla was 17 years old when he was shot and killed by Sergeant George Pabey. Jasmine Esquivel was 18 years old when she met her gruesome death.


Both Cases Had One Thing in Common

      According to source, the “paperwork” on Jasmine Esquivel case 2004 homicide had page or pages missing. Yep, just like Gilbert Bonilla case on 10.31.15.




Our Pedigree

     The hanging of a woman in a Texas jail (R.I.P.) is causing a lot of debate and discussion… East Chicago had its own suicide inside their jail. Gave somebody “widow” $400,000 in 2002. It’s now 2015, so that would be like_______________. “Hush money” to “Street”, but  it is “nuisance lawsuit” by East Chicago Police Department at the time.


 


   East Chicago is trying to appeal the verdict in the death of a prisoner.