Bluegrass Conspiracy/Melanie Flynn
Real Truth-T

Cincinnati, OH

#331 Apr 29, 2013
yep wrote:
Earl Powell of Earl`s Suzuki was never mention any where he was a key player RIP Earl
Are you saying "EP" was a key player? Do share your thoughts/theory...
Mariea Vox

Winchester, KY

#332 May 1, 2013
Mariea Vox wrote:
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Sorry to hear that with all that going on now...people could have been warned enough to be kept in the Light. I guess you do not see that is going on this time...sorry to try to involve you.
Judged and nuts...yet now the stuff I knew about is in the open...part of it in the news...ahh well. Better nuts than a dollar short AND a day late.

I could give a care anymore...
Bane

Pikeville, KY

#333 May 7, 2013
Hoping this thread remains active till more can be revealed. This is all very interesting. Not sure how many players are still alive, but I think there will be more info to come available as they pass on. Too many people are still afraid to talk.
The Badge Collector

United States

#334 May 10, 2013
What went on in the Blue Grass Conpiracy story is almost the same thing that was going on in Oregon County Missouri area for years wherein that counties Sheriff was a member of the Missouri Highway Patrol Troop G Drug Task Force which also meant that he and officers of this county were tied in with the DEA. Seems like every time someone came close to exposing this Sheriff and his fellow officers for corruption the person suspected of being a whistle blower turned up dead from unknown causes. Or framed for a crime they never committed by the ex Sheriff of Oregon County and members of the Drug Task Force he was a member of. Two county Sheriff's have turned up dead in the area plus numerous people such as Willeen Joy Barrett and her son Brent Dee Frisbee. When law officers become entangled with drug dealers in the illegal drug business this is how things turn out. They are able to cover up their own murders by being the ones to make their decisions and tell the public what those found dead died from. In the Oregon County area there is no way that the corrupted police can ever be investigated by the FBI because these police worked through the same Federal Prosecutors Office as the local FBI Office works through and the local Federal Prosecutors Office took part in covering up Oregon County Missouri's Police corruption. Dead witnesses can never testify in court seems to be par for cross in this police corruption invested area. Even the most honest cop in this area is scared of the bad eggs in the departments so even the honest cops hereabouts knows to keep their mouths shut and look the other way when they learn of police corruption. The former Oregon County Sheriff was busted for trying to sell Methamphetamine in 2008 and he was allowed to walk away from that crime because he knew to many things on his fellow drug task force members. And nothing will ever be done. This Sheriff could frame anyone he wanted to for any crime he wanted to because he controlled the county court and could make deals with criminals to testify against anyone he wanted to convict. Kentucky is not the only state with dangerous cops involved in the dirty business of dealing drugs and getting rid of anyone who might expose them.
Real Truth-T

Cincinnati, OH

#335 May 12, 2013
Real Truth-T wrote:
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Are you saying "EP" was a key player? Do share your thoughts/theory...
So I guess he wasn't a key player.... My Topix mumbo-jumbo....

Since: Nov 12

Lexington, KY

#336 May 26, 2013
Interested wrote:
I find this extremely interesting. I would love to hear more from you folks who know more. You just can't find anything on the internet about these people.
I know!!! Impossible to find the video for Freefall that was aired on Unsolved Mysteries. Also aired on Power, Priveledge and Justice. All about the Bluegrass Conspiracy
Plazma

Lawrenceburg, KY

#337 Jul 9, 2013
The Library Lounge used to be in what is now Cosmic Charlie's.
curious

Somerset, KY

#339 Jul 17, 2013
Where have they 'searched' for Melanie? I know her brother has been to the speculated cave sites in Jessamine Co and says there is a cylinder (I assume concrete) with a metal lid that he can't get off. Was it ever searched? Another rumored spot (and one I think is more likely) would be the cave/quarry down the road from Hall's. Have they ever drug the bottom of the quarry (I used to go in that cave and even in the worst drought, the water level stayed the same). I would think they would find a 55 gallon drum with her body encased in some liquid that would destroy the evidence over time. They had access to jets and fuels....I don't know much about chemistry but couldn't help think about this.
clakinkat

Richmond, KY

#340 Jul 24, 2013
lawdog wrote:
I'd be glad to mail you photos of the newspaper articles I have if you want. Just let me know. Or I can provide you with the Herald Leader dates and you can go to the library and look it up yourself. If you're truly interested in it let me know. Its no problem.
Would you care to provide me the dates from the Herald Leader articles you stated? I have read the book several times now & am interested in reading as much as I can regarding this case...it's very interesting to learn about true life crime, especially when you've grown up in this area. Thanks!
mat

Henderson, KY

#348 Oct 11, 2013
The Lexington police department of the 70s and 80s know. They aren't telling. It's not in Their best interest. Kentucky has too much money and influence to ever let a movie be made. God will get the offenders. Rest assured.
Innocent

Louisville, KY

#349 Jan 11, 2015
_WiseGal_ wrote:
and with all the 'chuting and para-military training and plane flying and entering into scary areas to pick up loads.. it'd be a heck of a movie just in that!
Gosh, imgagine Drew Thornton's last thoughts as he was plummeting to earth with a jacked-up chute and was it 79 lbs. of coke strapped to him? ow..
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From what i heard if it was true he may have been deAd when he parachuted. Who would jump in loafers?
Innocent

Louisville, KY

#350 Jan 11, 2015
NYltiakbm wrote:
Can anyone give any information on any Jessamine Co ties? I had heard rumors that the Corman's were involved...RJ, Sam etc.
I also believe that I have been to one of the houses out off of Bethel Rd in Nicholasville. The family that lives there currently tore down the old house and built a new one...they said they didn't find anything interesting out there.
Just curious for any other information that people have found...I find this all fascinating.
May have been a Taylor who was killed in connection with a drug deal but thats just hearsay
Retired KSP

Georgetown, KY

#351 Mar 24, 2015
Heather Teague case wrote:
Mike Farmer Ag Comm is he a player.
Mike Herron Sen Paul Herrons son
Eddie Jones a lawyer
Paul Llyod strip club owner
What about trooper osbourne
Or trooper carter
Trooper rascoe?
Anybody know
Ralph Ross
Retired KSP

Georgetown, KY

#352 Mar 24, 2015
Reverend Common Sense wrote:
Anybody familiar with Melanie Flynn and the Bluegrass Conspiracy?
I was in the KSP then and assigned to the federal task force after a judge was murdered with a .357 the serial number was traced back to the Fayette County Sheriffs office and sold to the FCSO by Phillip Galls that was in the Lexington Mall.

Power, prestige and privilege kept a lot of criminal from going to prison.
In the Know

Richmond, KY

#353 May 16, 2015
Retired KSP trooper wrote:
I Investigated Melanie's disappearance, I also have to wonder if another homicide that happened in Lexington has ties to the same organization that disappeared Melanie.
Tracy Proctor was murdered while being held in protective custody by Lex PD. She was found behind a dumpster at Congress Inn cause of her death was a shotgun blast to the face. First responding officer was Sgt Bill Canan.
Mostly correct. Sgt Barney Kinman was second on scene. Det. Maria Neal was guarding her. As far as I know Bill Canan wasn't on the force in 1990. He was in prison.

Tracy Lynn Procter was found dead behind a Dumpster yesterday,(08/22/1990) at the back of a motel parking lot,(Congress Inn) near an overturned trash can and discarded tires.

Record 546295

&#9679;08/23/1990
&#9679; Herald-Leader
In the Know

Richmond, KY

#354 May 16, 2015
mat wrote:
The Lexington police department of the 70s and 80s know. They aren't telling. It's not in Their best interest. Kentucky has too money and influence to ever let a movie be made. God will get the offenders. Rest assured.
Not good enough. The whole ugly truth should come out and those who spit on their badges should get 99 years in prison. I would like to know who killed Tracy Procter behind the Congress Inn. There is NO statute of limitations on homicide. I would love to nail thier a$$es to the wall!
Terry P

Washington, DC

#355 May 30, 2015
Is anyone on here the person, or knows the person, who put up a copy of Cowboys Caravan on eBay recently, and got the book from the author? It is a $125 auction but it's tempting.
Jake Mellwood

United States

#356 May 31, 2015
Mention a book or movie in a credible way and you'll be surprised who all comes out of the woodwork.
suzanne

West Palm Beach, FL

#357 Jul 15, 2015
Where people living at elemendorf farm involved w/ the cocaine distribution?
suzanne

West Palm Beach, FL

#358 Jul 15, 2015
Where there people who lived at Elmendorth Farm involved in the cocaine trade

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