Sunday, January 31, 2016

Cop for Cops Job Looking Shady

Cop for Cop’s Job Looking Shady


Roosevelt Allen – R.I.P. Lake County Commissioner

“Caucus Elections” to replace an elected county official have always been held on Saturday at 10am at the Lake County Government Center. But now Chairman John Buncich of the Lake County Precinct organization wants to change that. Chairman Buncich wants to held on Wednesday at 6pm on 2.3.16. This is instead of Saturday at 10am 2.5.16 on Crown Point Government Center.

Word Out In The Street

A lot of Gary Democratic Precinct Committeeman have to work and catch the train to and from home at 6pm.Moving the Caucus Election to 2.3.16 Wednesday at 6pm. Make it real tough to make that day and time. Maybe, that is what JB wants. Chairman of the Gary Democratic Precinct Organization ain’t say boo!

Starting  to act like King Kong

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Cover-up Cousin

Cover-up Cousin

There was a crash involving two Lake County Sheriff Deputies, and it was rea early like 5am in the morning. The crash had one sheriff deputy to die in the crash while the other one survive. What jumped out at me was why Lake County Sheriff Department didn’t call the Indiana State Police to investigate the crash involving two Lake County Sheriff Duties? Street go on “his horse”, drove all the way to Crown Point and attended a Lake County Sheriff Merit Board Meeting. Chief Marco Kuyacich was “running the show” as Street looked up and heard members. There was John Buncich sitting up there along with Oscar Sanchez from Hammond and Al Salinas also from Hammond.
Once the public comment opened up, Street let Marco Kuyacich, Chief of Lake County Sheriff Police Department, have it. “Why wasn’t the Indiana State Police called in to investigate the crash?” Street probed.
“I’ll tell you why… it’s because the Lake County Sheriff Department has the best accident reconstructionist in the area,” Marco Kuyacich tells me.
And Streetwise had his answer, got back on his horse and drove back to East Chicago.

Guy in My Path

Met a guy who was real close to the case involving the two sheriff deputies. Street told him what Chief Marco Kuyacich said. That Lake County Sheriff Department has the best accident reconstructionist to investigate the crash.
Source tells me, “come on, bro!”
“Don’t jack me off,” Street tells him.
Source laughs as he engages Street. “I’ve seen the paperwork,” the guy went on.
“Ain’t this a bitch!” Street talks out loud. “Yeah, but, maybe, he was on sick leave or gone fishing.”
“He was on call, Street,” guy tells me.
“Wow!” This is all that Street could muster up.

Back Story

It was discovered that the surviving sheriff deputy had lied on the police report as to who was driving that car that morning.

Bet You One Thing

Had the Indiana State Police been called into investigate that total crash. The surviving sheriff deputy would have been given a “blood alcohol test”. He might have faced vehicular manslaughter charges.

Monday, January 25, 2016

140th & Iyv Street

Mr. Angel Bonilla with a photo of Gilbert Bonilla
140th and Ivy Street where scenario unfolded

149th & Ivy Street

Page 1

#85-18660 Offense Report from Gilbert Bonilla homicide case on 10.31.85 has a page missing. You follow the narrative, it reads: I reached the intersection of Ivy Street and 140th … then it ends abruptly.

Page 2

“Medic 102 with EMT personnel, Capt. C. Gonzalez and etc.; etc.; etc.… No continuity and obvious a page is missing when my mind went directly to what Bill Nangle in his editorial. The question then likely will be? Can the record be found, or have they in traditional East Chicago fashion disappeared? The box where the question of condition of gun is has been whited out.