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Pud

Sardinia, OH

#22 Mar 26, 2014
This prompts 3 questions: What happened to her alleged money? Why was her estate never probated? Why is there still real property "on the books" in her name?
Missy O

Cincinnati, OH

#23 Mar 26, 2014
No one cares wrote:
Hey missy o get your welfarian a$$ off the couch and go do something about it. No one cares!!
Don't worry. Something is being done. As someone else said, thank you for your support.
car007

Florence, KY

#24 Mar 26, 2014
No one cares wrote:
Hey missy o get your welfarian a$$ off the couch and go do something about it. No one cares!!
I don't have any body parts on the couch and I am not on welfare, nor have I ever been.

" No One Cares " would you please let us know why the Coroner towed the vehicle and victim out of the icy field ? Perhaps it will help us do something about it ...

Thanks for your concern and help !
Pud

Sardinia, OH

#25 Mar 26, 2014
car007 wrote:
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I don't have any body parts on the couch and I am not on welfare, nor have I ever been.
" No One Cares " would you please let us know why the Coroner towed the vehicle and victim out of the icy field ? Perhaps it will help us do something about it ...
Thanks for your concern and help !
I can't speak for "No One Cares" but she did what she did because she could do what she did. "Deconstruction" of a crime scene is at the discretion (or lack of discretion of the Coroner).
Missy O

Cincinnati, OH

#26 Mar 26, 2014
Pud wrote:
<quoted text>I can't speak for "No One Cares" but she did what she did because she could do what she did. "Deconstruction" of a crime scene is at the discretion (or lack of discretion of the Coroner).
She did what she did because she had to.
car007

Florence, KY

#27 Mar 26, 2014
Pud wrote:
<quoted text>I can't speak for "No One Cares" but she did what she did because she could do what she did. "Deconstruction" of a crime scene is at the discretion (or lack of discretion of the Coroner).
PUD, not sure I understand your position on this. Was there an alternative to the method she used ? I am not any more familiar with this than what I have read on here. Did the SO cooperate and or assist ? and.......... Is there ANY Protocol for this situation in Brown County ? Do they operate from a Brown County Procedures / Policies Manual ? or, just wing it as they wish ?
Pud

Sardinia, OH

#28 Mar 26, 2014
car007 wrote:
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PUD, not sure I understand your position on this. Was there an alternative to the method she used ? I am not any more familiar with this than what I have read on here. Did the SO cooperate and or assist ? and.......... Is there ANY Protocol for this situation in Brown County ? Do they operate from a Brown County Procedures / Policies Manual ? or, just wing it as they wish ?
Thanks for asking. The method she used was legally at her discretion, i. e. she was within her rights as coroner to do what she did. She did not ask the SO for assistance. She had a myriad of options but no established protocol, so it was her choice. The statement "The Coroner is desecrating the body.' is what you could call an oxymoron in this case. If I really went off on this and stated my take on this situation as a practicing attorney, I could be in deep ethical doo-doo.
Missy O

Cincinnati, OH

#29 Mar 26, 2014
If you listen to the comm center audio files, the SO left the coroner out there alone. In fact, they even refused to take the car. She had to call a tow truck and make arrangements with Mt. Orab police to keep the car.

The same with the lawsuit to be filed. The SO left her there. The weather was terrible. The life squads won't run in bad weather. She had to remove the body however she could.
car007

Florence, KY

#30 Mar 26, 2014
Pud wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks for asking. The method she used was legally at her discretion, i. e. she was within her rights as coroner to do what she did. She did not ask the SO for assistance. She had a myriad of options but no established protocol, so it was her choice. The statement "The Coroner is desecrating the body.' is what you could call an oxymoron in this case. If I really went off on this and stated my take on this situation as a practicing attorney, I could be in deep ethical doo-doo.

PUD, you sound like a reasonable person and I will try to not pick your brain in any fashion that might compromise you. Thanks for the feedback. This is all so confusing and I hope any and all persons who have culpability in any wrongdoing are dealt with appropriately. Its beyond old and its beyond politics. All else points in a negative direction for those involved I would think.
mber

Sardinia, OH

#31 Mar 26, 2014
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Gene

Sardinia, OH

#32 Mar 26, 2014
car007 wrote:
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PUD, you sound like a reasonable person and I will try to not pick your brain in any fashion that might compromise you. Thanks for the feedback. This is all so confusing and I hope any and all persons who have culpability in any wrongdoing are dealt with appropriately. Its beyond old and its beyond politics. All else points in a negative direction for those involved I would think.
car007, Rush Limbaugh said it best, "follow the money." It got Ollie North "busted" for example. Dewayne et al have a poop load of money tied up in real estate under various shells. I still haven't figured what axes the Varnaus are trying to grind, but every once in a while Dennis makes a good point. I'm dying to know who "the insider" is. In all seriousness, I used to practice law with good intent in Brown County, but "the system" beat me down. If you think the coroner and the sheriff make jack sh!t, you would not believe the lack of incentive for a public defender.
The Insider

Cincinnati, OH

#33 Mar 27, 2014
Pud wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks for asking. The method she used was legally at her discretion, i. e. she was within her rights as coroner to do what she did. She did not ask the SO for assistance. She had a myriad of options but no established protocol, so it was her choice. The statement "The Coroner is desecrating the body.' is what you could call an oxymoron in this case. If I really went off on this and stated my take on this situation as a practicing attorney, I could be in deep ethical doo-doo.
Pud,
If you listen to the recordings at (varnau.us) 911 Recordings (Cheesman Case)- Wednesday, January 30, 2013 you can tell for yourself that the corner asked for the sheriff's office to return to the scene because it was a specious death. Apparently the sheriffs deputies have a special vision that they can look inside of a locked car and tell it was a suicide so they left the scene.

Every scene is to be treated as a homicide until otherwise noted.

When sheriff Wenninger was called he passed the buck to Schadle. It seems the sheriff's department does not know how to take care of a crime scene and they need more schooling. I believe it has been the sheriff's departments problem when the new coroner took over her new job the sheriff's department could not do the things the way they were able to do previously because there was no coroner or coroner assistant on many of the crime scenes.

If you listen to all the recordings it becomes obvious Schadle does not want to do anything to help the coroner. Why? Can't Sheriff Wenninger control his men and have them do their job properly?
car007

Florence, KY

#34 Mar 27, 2014
The Insider wrote:
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Pud,
If you listen to the recordings at (varnau.us) 911 Recordings (Cheesman Case)- Wednesday, January 30, 2013 you can tell for yourself that the corner asked for the sheriff's office to return to the scene because it was a specious death. Apparently the sheriffs deputies have a special vision that they can look inside of a locked car and tell it was a suicide so they left the scene.
Every scene is to be treated as a homicide until otherwise noted.
When sheriff Wenninger was called he passed the buck to Schadle. It seems the sheriff's department does not know how to take care of a crime scene and they need more schooling. I believe it has been the sheriff's departments problem when the new coroner took over her new job the sheriff's department could not do the things the way they were able to do previously because there was no coroner or coroner assistant on many of the crime scenes.
If you listen to all the recordings it becomes obvious Schadle does not want to do anything to help the coroner. Why? Can't Sheriff Wenninger control his men and have them do their job properly?
Unfortunately, they simply do not care. They have NO conscience, They have NO Integrity and they have NO Right nor should they have any privilege to represent the Law Enforcement Community if they cannot serve the people without playing politics or without having a personal agenda.

I am sure there are some who are sitting back and laughing their glutes off at all of this bantering. Several of those involved or should be involved are going to walk away soon with their pensions and continue to NOT care .

Once they retire, will all of their legal expenses be covered by the county ? I would think this legal stuff could continue for several years ?

Such a shame, they do not have and NEVER will have the sense of duty, Zach Adamson had for all of our benefits !

Is it too late for the SO to do their job and investigate further ? Will they ever do the " Right Thing " ? Will they, if they are successful at removing the Coroner, or will they just write it off and hope it just dies , as they left Zach A ?

I cannot imagine how the Deputy who abandoned Zach A. feels today. I hope he knows or will some day know that leaving Zach A. was the WRONG thing to do ! I want to believe he has more of a conscience than those he works for. I hope he always remembers what he saw that day and asks himself, could I have done more ? Should I have done more ? If he does and says no to any of those questions, I might suggest he go back to OPOTA and get some training or visit a Pastor and seek some spiritual guidance. I cannot imagine him not feeling some sense of duty to help the family, friends and community he took a sworn oath to serve. Its never too late to redeem yourself in life. NEVER let evil take control over you or you will never amount to anything worthy in life for anyone else. That's NOT what a Law Enforcement does. Zach A didn't forget anyone when he served his country, nor did his sister , brother in law, nor his father ! WHY are soo many in BCSO ignoring him and his families needs ? Why did you Abandon him ? Did you handle this investigation the best you could ?

Brown County needs to Rally around this injustice regarding Zach A's death investigation / crime scene investigation. If 2000 signatures will make the difference in the Coroner, who will step up for Zach A and get 2000 signatures to get the Ohio Attorney Generals Office more involved or BCSO ? The grease you apply soon will help that squeaky wheel in Brown County. If they wont do their job, force the issue, you as residents and citizens of Brown County Ohio can do that for yourself and Zach A..... Please don't forget, Zach Adamson did NOT forget you when he served his country, why would you just forget him ?
The Insider

Cincinnati, OH

#35 Mar 27, 2014
Signing the petition and removing the coroner is not going to change the way the sheriffs office does what they do or do not do.

All removing the coroner is going to do is let the sheriffs department
go back to their same old ways and routine, that way the public will never know what happens at an crime scene.

The people of Brown County are dumb and will get what they ask for.
When you son, daughter, mother, father, grandmother, grandfather or next door neighbor get murdered don't complain because you are the people who have caused Brown County to be run the way it is.
car007

Florence, KY

#36 Mar 27, 2014
The Insider wrote:
Signing the petition and removing the coroner is not going to change the way the sheriffs office does what they do or do not do.
All removing the coroner is going to do is let the sheriffs department
go back to their same old ways and routine, that way the public will never know what happens at an crime scene.
The people of Brown County are dumb and will get what they ask for.
When you son, daughter, mother, father, grandmother, grandfather or next door neighbor get murdered don't complain because you are the people who have caused Brown County to be run the way it is.
Sadly what you say has some truth. The people who voted and repeatedly voted the same are the ones who facilitated it all directly. For the many thousands who did not vote, you indirectly helped this issue get worse through the years. I wont go so far as to call them stupid or ignorant, just UNAWARE of what changes need to be made and why.

I am sure some fear ramifications, we know that after seeing 2000 signatures. What percentage of the total eligible voting population in Brown County did that make up ? I will bet there is a greater percentage of people out there who could make the difference if they were better informed. PERHAPS the attorney who spear headed the petition would like to continue her efforts and help the " Good People " of Brown County get what they deserve for Law Enforcement ( all inclusive ). Now that would be a TRUE feather in her hat. Imagine that, an Attorney presenting the facts to the Ohio Attorney Generals Office on behalf of the voters in Brown County. Certainly, the attorney could shift gears and handle two cases at once ? I think I know where she could get compensated from.

Isnt it time to " Do Something " as was " well put " by a few on here ? I couldn't agree with them more, what say you all ?
Pud

Sardinia, OH

#37 Mar 27, 2014
The Insider wrote:
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Pud,
If you listen to the recordings at (varnau.us) 911 Recordings (Cheesman Case)- Wednesday, January 30, 2013 you can tell for yourself that the corner asked for the sheriff's office to return to the scene because it was a specious death. Apparently the sheriffs deputies have a special vision that they can look inside of a locked car and tell it was a suicide so they left the scene.
Every scene is to be treated as a homicide until otherwise noted.
When sheriff Wenninger was called he passed the buck to Schadle. It seems the sheriff's department does not know how to take care of a crime scene and they need more schooling. I believe it has been the sheriff's departments problem when the new coroner took over her new job the sheriff's department could not do the things the way they were able to do previously because there was no coroner or coroner assistant on many of the crime scenes.
If you listen to all the recordings it becomes obvious Schadle does not want to do anything to help the coroner. Why? Can't Sheriff Wenninger control his men and have them do their job properly?
I have listened to the recordings. Any attorney worth a sh!t would have no problem getting them suppressed in court.
The Insider

Cincinnati, OH

#38 Mar 27, 2014
Pud wrote:
<quoted text>I have listened to the recordings. Any attorney worth a
sh!t would have no problem getting them suppressed in court.
I don't know where you get your information about having recordings suppressed, but you are wrong. Do you have a case law for that?

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