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Monday, December 8, 2014

Blog Talk Radio With Marti Oakley


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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

My previous interviews

 Here is the interview about Gerard Beloin


Here is my two discussions on Chicago Clout about my book.

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Here's my interview with Paul Elam about Chris Mackney Finally, here's my discussion with Bev Cooper about guardianship abuse.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Interview of Bev Cooper's Corner

I sat down with Bev Cooper of Cooper's Corner to discuss my recent articles on guardianship abuse in Chicago and Memphis.


Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Case Dismissed

The case against me has been dismissed. Here are the details from Mass Lawyers Weekly.Please note the article incorrectly states Frederick Burkle wrote this article in Crime Magazine when in fact I did. 


Judge issues split decision on web-based jurisdiction

By: Tom Egan August 5, 2014
A Navy doctor claiming to have defamed by comments about him on the Internet could not sue three out-of-state defendants in the commonwealth, a Superior Court judge has ruled.
Two of those defendants, H.E. Butler III of Virginia and Warren Goff of California, claimed that they did not know that plaintiff Donald C. Arthur lived in Massachusetts.
“Considering that from 2009-2011, Arthur’s place of employment was in Pennsylvania and he only spent three or four days a week in Massachusetts, and the rest in Pennsylvania, it is not unreasonable that Butler and Goff did not know that Arthur lived in Massachusetts,” Judge Shannon Frison wrote.
“It follows that if Butler and Goff did not know that Arthur lived in Massachusetts, they could not have intended to cause injury to Arthur in Massachusetts.”
The judge found a lack of personal jurisdiction over a third defendant, Michael Volpe of Illinois, who knew that the plaintiff lived in Massachusetts and tried to contact him there.
“[T]he court determines that there is no indication that Volpe deliberately directed his message at an audience in Massachusetts or meant to harm Arthur specifically in Massachusetts as opposed to anywhere else,” Frison stated. “The facts of this case do not rise to the level of the cases where courts have held that the defendants intended the brunt of the injury to be felt in the forum state.”
A fourth defendant, Frederick M. “Skip” Burkle Jr. of Hawaii, was sued over an article he wrote in CrimeMagazine.com.
The plaintiff argued that Burkle’s status as a Visiting Scientist at Harvard University’s School of Public Health provided a basis for exercising personal jurisdiction over him.
“The court determines that Arthur had proffered evidence at this stage showing that Burkle has engaged in ‘continuous and systematic general business contacts’ between himself and Massachusetts through his ongoing relationship with Harvard University,” Frison concluded.
“… The court concludes that, at this stage of the litigation, the factual allegations in Arthur’s complaint are sufficient to state a claim for defamation. …”
Arthur v. John Does 1-12, et al. (Lawyers Weekly No. 12-074-14) (19 pages) (Frison, J.) (Suffolk Superior Court) (Civil Action No. 2013-00995-E) (July 30, 2014).
The 19-page decision is Arthur v. John Does 1-12, et al., Lawyers Weekly No. 12-074-14.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Friday, July 18, 2014

Monday, July 7, 2014

Saturday, May 10, 2014

The Murder of Sam Degelia

UPDATE: Folks please check out the new book, Bullied to Death: Chris Mackney's Kafaesque Divorce about this saga.

The particularly depraved murder of Sam Degalia (ordered and funded by Pete Scamardo, father of Dina Mackney) is the key to understanding Chris Mackney's divorce. A preview of the chapter detailing this murder has been released here.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Sandra Sue Attaway Describes Her Life of Crime With Charles Harrelson

UPDATE: Folks please check out the new book, Bullied to Death: Chris Mackney's Kafaesque Divorce about this saga.

Sandra Sue Attaway met Charles Harrelson in the summer of 1967. A year later, she'd become an accessory to several crimes, including murder. What follows is her typewritten statement about her life of crime written in prison. It includes her involvement in the murder of Sam Degelia Jr., which was ordered by Pete Scamardo. Scamardo is the father of Dina Mackney, and a central figure in the suicide of Chris Mackney.

Don't forget to check out the facebook page for the new book, Bullied to Death: The Chris Mackney Story.


Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Suicide Note of Chris Mackney

UPDATE: Folks please check out the new book, Bullied to Death: Chris Mackney's Kafaesque Divorce about this saga. 

Folks, thanks for visiting. I was communicating with Mr. Mackney prior to his suicide. The note only scratches the surface. Please stay tuned. The whole unbelievable story will be revealed soon. As you've noticed, the original suicide note was removed by the website Scribd.com after Dina Mackney, the ex-wife of the deceased, copyrighted it after his death and then sent out notices through her lawyer to have it removed from sites like Scribd. Below is a youtube video of the note being read. Enjoy and feel free to comment. Please no swearing, threats (especially against Ms. Mackney), or other derogatory statements.

This story is long and complicated but it starts with a murder in 1968. Below is the police report into the murder of Sam Degelia Jr. Sam Degelia Jr. was killed by hitman Charles Harrelson at the behest of Pete Scamardo. Pete Scamardo is the father of Dina Mackney and the ex-father-in-law of Chris Mackney, who committed suicide on December 29, 2013.
His note, read on You Tube, is below.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Prosecutors Gone Wild Now Available in Paperback

Go to the link and it should be available in several formats within two weeks.