Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

Turns out I was not privy to the fact, Mr. Outzen had a love of the Honorable Sir David.

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Well, here we are at the end 2014. It’s been a year. Conjuring Justice is out. The biggest part of the story is out for masses. It is incredibly quiet, although I know that I have ruffled a feather or two. I know that by the signals I get from the periphery. The subtle rippling …

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In looking at the elements of this “well-planned” home invasion from Patrick’s perspective would any of us do the the following things: 1. Use a mentally unstable, chemically dependent father as any part of the crime. A man that will crack under pressure and who has been willingly absent the majority of his son’s life. …

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As I’ve said before, this blog is about getting “Justice” for those that didn’t get it. In Pensacola, Florida, it appears that this is an impossibility for some. If you are not well liked in Pensacola, and you are not in the political clique, then you get accused, convicted and sentenced without a shred of …

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I have recently been tipped off to look for information in the surveillance tape. Ashley & Blue had the release of the full surveillance tape suppressed because of the “graphic nature” they do not want to relive. As understandable as that is, I am thinking there are other reasons the tape was never released. CBS …

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On Saturday, February 22, 2014, Joaquim “El Chapo” Guzman was captured in Mexico City without incident. This was a coordinated effort by the US and Mexico. Extradition to the US is expected but mapped out yet. This is part of the surreality of the Billings murders. Far fetched as it may seem, it is inclusive. …

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