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Jim Dey

Silence of the hams

Post On :2 May, 2014

Two well-known Illinois columnists — one liberal and one not — have followed the Paris murder case closely over the years. Eric Zorn of the Chicago Tribune and Jim Dey …
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sellsMug

Phony Paris murders suspect executed in Texas

Post On :24 Apr, 2014

With the news that murderer Tommy Lynn Sells has been executed in Texas, will imaginative investigator Bill Clutter persist in blaming him for the unsolved 1986 Paris murders of Dyke …
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AmThinker

Will Northwestern, Protess problems spill ove...

Post On :10 Apr, 2014

We mentioned the Paris murders and this blog’s coverage of them in today’s featured article on the nationally prominent website, American Thinker. The article centers on the Anthony Porter exoneration, …
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Michale Callahan, left, and Herb Whitlock shake hands after Whitlock was released from prison.

Five questions for media darling Callahan

Post On :4 Apr, 2014

Former Illinois State Police detective Michale Callahan was portrayed on CBS’ 48 Hours and various other media outlets as a “whistleblower” who uncovered corruption in the investigation of the unsolved …
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Excerpt from former ISP detective Callahan's notes taken 1-17-01 when meeting with news reporter telling him about important potential witness (name obscured)

Callahan ignored bombshell witness

Post On :28 Mar, 2014

Former Illinois State Police detective Michale Callahan was celebrated by the national and local news media covering the Paris murders as a crusading whistleblower. Like many narratives in the case, …
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Michale Callahan, left, and Herb Whitlock shake hands after Whitlock was released from prison.

Media darling detective locked down on wrong ...

Post On :25 Mar, 2014

The news media likes to use people to push the narratives it favors. In the Paris murders, former Illinois State Police detective Michale (correct spelling) Callahan got frequent favorable media …
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Northwestern

Northwestern, CBS decline to comment

Post On :24 Mar, 2014

Both Northwestern University and CBS are declining to comment on the new evidence we have uncovered regarding their substantial involvement in false reporting on the unsolved 1986 Paris, IL murders. …
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Chicago Tribune columnist Eric Zorn

What Eric Zorn missed….

Post On :7 Mar, 2014

Liberal Chicago Tribune columnist Eric Zorn declared six years ago that as far as he is concerned, there is nothing else to say about the unsolved murders of Karen and …
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Herb Whitlock

Whitlock denies being covered with blood afte...

Post On :3 Mar, 2014

Herb Whitlock is denying the entire story of the mystery witness who implicated him in the 1986 unsolved murders. Whitlock was released from prison in 2008 after an Illinois Appellate …
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