Man's decomposed body found inside po...

Man's decomposed body found inside portable toilet

There are 48 comments on the Detroit Free Press story from Apr 20, 2014, titled Man's decomposed body found inside portable toilet. In it, Detroit Free Press reports that:

Police in a northeastern Detroit suburb say they have found a man's decomposed body inside a portable toilet at a Lake St. Clair boat launching site.

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Say Please

Ann Arbor, MI

#43 Apr 24, 2014
Roland wrote:
<quoted text> Attention: Dumb as a Door Knob-
Manners cost you nothing but your ignorance will cost you everything.
And...
I know I am intelligent, because I know you are a fool.
Perhaps we should call him "Ms. Manners" instead of Roland?
Brian Adam

Hyattsville, MD

#44 Apr 24, 2014
Brrrrrrrrrrt...just kidding. RIP Piss Willie or whatever your name was.
LaQastralralla Clitoris

Roseville, MI

#45 Apr 24, 2014
Why didn't the john have A heater in it ? I hope someone calls 1-800 Sam about this injustice. Did the Neighborhood Patrol find him ? Or was it A cop looking for leftover doughnuts ?
Justice for John

Howell, MI

#46 Apr 25, 2014
Unsolved Mystery wrote:
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By next council meeting Erin Stahl should have her own investigation underway. Lots of graphs showing the number of port-a-johns versus how many people die in them. Plus pictures of the location and maybe even the inside of the one in question. She'll get all emotional about it but will ultimately blame Curt Dumas for the death. That if he hadn't mis-used the DPW scrap metal money there would have been money to put a new padlock on the door. She'll ask for the Michigan State Police to come in to prove her conspiracy theory. Possibly demand DNA testing to determine who else used this port-a-john. Stay tuned and see how Erin tries to make it hit the fan.
It will be interesting to see how many residents protest at the next council meeting about this. Dozens including Erin showed up and spoke their minds and demanded "justice for Lexi" who was a dog. Something tells me that the same people won't say anything about how a John Doe can die like this in SCS and go undetected for months by the city or the police.
Greg

Roseville, MI

#47 Apr 25, 2014
Justice for John wrote:
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It will be interesting to see how many residents protest at the next council meeting about this. Dozens including Erin showed up and spoke their minds and demanded "justice for Lexi" who was a dog. Something tells me that the same people won't say anything about how a John Doe can die like this in SCS and go undetected for months by the city or the police.
Its a big difference between the two incidences, one the police did something, and the other one they didn't do anything until the body was discovered.

When the lady went to China township and dumped the body parts of her son and she was a SCS residence, why not look in a port-a-jon on city property for any evidence? The police get their pay weather they sit in the car and do nothing, or actually get off their lazy a**'s and work for their money.
LaQastralralla Clitoris

Roseville, MI

#48 Apr 25, 2014
Greg wrote:
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Its a big difference between the two incidences, one the police did something, and the other one they didn't do anything until the body was discovered.
When the lady went to China township and dumped the body parts of her son and she was a SCS residence, why not look in a port-a-jon on city property for any evidence? The police get their pay weather they sit in the car and do nothing, or actually get off their lazy a**'s and work for their money.
Maybe if the body was at A Tim Horton's drive thru they'd have A better chance at finding it. As for body parts there's a few restaurants in the area she should have brought them to. They would have snuck them onto the menu and the drunks would've never noticed. A little catsup, some Tobasco sauce maybe..........
Two for Fifty

Howell, MI

#49 Apr 25, 2014
LaQastralralla Clitoris wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe if the body was at A Tim Horton's drive thru they'd have A better chance at finding it. As for body parts there's a few restaurants in the area she should have brought them to. They would have snuck them onto the menu and the drunks would've never noticed. A little catsup, some Tobasco sauce maybe..........
Had he been found at Mr. Alan's there would have been a two for fifty sale.
hmmm

Royal Oak, MI

#50 Apr 29, 2014
The man was probably slow. He lived with his parents in one of the GP's until they died and the city took the home for unpaid taxes. There were two bathrooms, one he had insulated with garbage to help keep warm but for some reason he was in the other one. They left the bathrooms unchecked that long, it had to take a while to collect all that garbage to do that.

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