posted on Oct, 10 2013 @ 04:41 PM
...I find the reason Krikorian gives in his final paragraph, for being done with this story rather lame.
Well, unprofessional to say the least.
First - thanks for continuing to care.
Second - I don't think Michael Krikorian has any alterior motives at play. I think he's just like the rest of us. He has a job (which is not as an
investigator - but as a writer/journalist) that he does quite well, in my opinion. But when it comes to "this expert says" vs "that expert says
otherwise"...he chooses to go with the experts he's familiar with - which, in this case, is the LAPD (minimally).
In truth - I understand the sentiment for the reason given in that last paragraph...and would agree with it, if I believed Michael Hastings was
barreling with a wreath of Hell's Bell's around his neck through those intersections...of his own volition
...As for Mz White saying that no one will get to view the final LAPD report... the mind boggles.
You'd think they would be keen to dispel the rampant conspiracy rumours not throw oil on the flames..
The only reason I can think of is that the statement (whether accident was real or not) is to serve as a warning to other journalists with the
guts to take on the big guys.. my head hurts to try and think of another reason to keep it from the public ( unless gigantic errors during
investigation are contained in said report... but if that were the case surely FOIA inquiries could be made by family at least, and a proper
"independent" investigation should take place? )
Again - I agree.
As it stands - and for as long as the case is not "closed" - they can refuse to divulge what they did and found.
Maybe they're just like us...hoping for some new tidbit of information....that proves they were "right" after all.
They certainly can't prove it with what has been made public so far.
What really frustrates me is that neither Doug Hagmann (the Private Investigator) or his unnamed cohorts in L.A. have given any further updates since
broadcasting that his 40 hours of research had convinced him - this was murder
If they found info that proved that conclusion to be a little premature - it would still do them good "to ADMIT it", rather than simply hoping it
would fade unnoticed into history.
I'm still working on this... Sifting through everything we've talked about on this site, and looking for anything relevant elsewhere.
Thanks for the conversation!!!!!! Glad to know you're still here and well (hopefully).
edit on 10/10/2013 by WanDash because: to be or not