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Sunday, August 14, 2016

Paul's Response to the Podcast - Part 4

Reply All never set out to produce a serious murder mystery story because there was no mystery. No one was looking for the one armed man. Bob Faraci admitted to being at the crime scene and the evidence overwhelmingly demonstrated he killed Dean Fawcett. Therefore, Reply All had to create the suspense and theater. There was the Palatine Massacre and a bizarre murder trial where the killer was acquitted while a teenager with autism was held accountable for his actions. What exactly was his involvement, if any? Sruthi Pinnamaneni ostensibly sets out to find.

An investigator from the "Crook" County States Attorneys Office testified to the grand jury that a mark was placed on a map book in my possession. That mark was very near where the body was found. Anyone who looked at that map would have known this was not an "X marks the spot" or that it was placed there with a pen.  It was simply a small line put on all maps of that area by the publisher. Before the trial, my attorney discovered the "mark" was on all the map books and the S.A.'s office claimed they just made an honest mistake.  However, John Robertson went on to testify falsely at my trial. He claimed I admitted knowing Bob Faraci intended to kill the victim and knowing this, I lent him my car.  Conspicuously absent was any audio, stenographed, or signed statements to support his contention.

John Robertson refused to speak with Sruthi Pinnamaneni, but his interrogation partner from the Palatine Police Department obliged. John Koziol said maybe I didn't want to sign a statement and if they were going to make up a lie, they would have made up a better one than loaning a car. Possibly, Mr. Koziol forgot that Robertson testified it was not that I ever refused but that he never sought any verification. As for why Robertson just didn't claim I confessed to the murder, Bob and Rose Faraci were hardly believable. They made numerous inconsistent, nonsensical, and patently false statements including implicating Brian Palasz who had an alibi.  Had I also had one, Robertson probably thought he would be in a pickle. It was not foolproof, but much safer for him to lie around the edges.

Sruthi Pinnamaneni grilled me about those alleged statements. It made me angry because the cop was lying, not about everything but the details.  Sruthi asked why Koziol would vouch for Robertson.  He was a part of the blue shield, I told her. His loyalty to fellow police officers was far greater than to me. As a staunch liberal, she retorted that cops would never fabricate evidence against a white person.  I thought that was absurd. The police didn't care what race I was. They are not pervasively racist as the "Black Lives Matter" movement claims and the political left embraces. Some police just arrogantly believe they are above the law and can act as judge, jury, and in rare instances executioner.

Assistant States' Attorneys Paul Tsukuno and James McKay prosecuted me under a theory of accountability, however, they flirted with the idea that I was the actual killer. There was no evidence of this and even trial judge Sam Amirante mocked their empty suggestions and rhetoric. At my sentencing hearing, he said being there in spirit was not actually being there and what they believed was irrelevant. The prosecution had not shown that Paul Modrowski was at the crime scene.  This did not deter James McKay from continuing to argue the matter and I assumed it was because my conviction was untenable. Although the killer was acquitted, I was condemned to an eternity in prison for lending my car which I can prove never occurred.

My trial attorney, William Von Hoene, didn't believe I could be held culpable for my co-defendant and therefore conceded the testimony of John Robertson. Mr. Von Hoene also refused to call alibi witnesses who placed my car approximately 50 miles from the crime scene. Rose Faraci's testimony at a prior proceeding was that I left alone in my car in the early afternoon that day but the jurors never heard that.  Likewise, they never learned that a blood stain was found in Faraci's car and nothing was found in mine.

When Sruthi interviewed James McKay he conceded that I did not loan my car. In fact, neither he nor the police believed I did. His theory of accountability was only a means to an end.  He said he believes I actually killed Dean Fawcett. His proof was the same dubious contention he made over 20 years ago and was rejected. In episode 3, McKay can be heard saying  that Faraci is a "nervous, lying weasel" and Paul was "one cool customer." My favorite was his statement that "the absence of evidence is compelling evidence."  It reminds me of Orwellian double-speak. However, despite how empty James McKay's rhetoric is, I know he says it with the conviction of a zealous prosecutor. It also gave Reply All an excuse to entertain the suggestion that I was at the crime scene.

On April Fools Day, Sruthi Pinnamaneni met with Bob Faraci. After his arrest, Bob accused me of the Palatine Massacre, the Barrington murder, and nearly every unsolved crime he had heard of. In his interview he said what he told police was indeed lies, but his trial testimony was true. His trial testimony was just as preposterous but she pressed him to talk about the murder. Faraci said it was too traumatic for him to speak of. I realized he was not going to give a confession, especially to a reporter. He vividly recalled the media frenzy in 1993 and today a story like this could go viral ruining his reputation and much more. However, until he does, the prosecutor will always have an excuse to question my innocence. As will Pinnamaneni.

Months previously, Reply All had been sent several affidavits that demonstrate Bob Faraci's testimony was false. Two were from men who went to and from the court house with him. They stated Faraci admitted to killing Fawcett alone. Neither of those men knew each other but gave details only Bob Faraci could have provided. A very close former friend of Bob Faraci also provided another affidavit. They discussed the murder as well as the dismemberment of the victim. Faraci may not like talking to a news reporter about the murder, but seemingly he doesn't mind telling a number of other people. At the time, Sruthi thought these statements were highly significant, however, she no longer does. She told me "they are not evidence."  I replied they are sworn and notarized affidavits which can be submitted in court. She didn't care. She also claimed Faraci's own affidavit was no longer relevant. "No one thinks you loaned your car," she told me.

Not only were those dismissed by Sruthi but also my alibi witnesses' affidavits. She told me they were not credible because they were given by family members. She asked me if I had any other evidence to prove I was not at the crime scene. I asked how many witnesses did I need? Numerous times the police accept the word of a single person, including a girlfriend. The police also accepted Brian Palasz's alibi which was supported only with phone calls. Sruthi then became obsessed with getting the telephone records from my sister's house. They were not available, however. The phone company could not even provide them a year later when the prosecutor and my defense attorneys subpoenaed them.  For Sruthi, no phone records, GPS, or dated digital photos meant no alibi.

It is increasingly obvious to me the news reporter is prejudiced and believes I am guilty. After the first podcast, I simply asked her. She gave me a muddled indecisive response. I said I already knew and there was no purpose playing games. I will still continue to call and give her the in-person interview. Sruthi said she thought my trial was terribly unfair. She also could never come close to convicting me, but it was her opinion that I was involved in some way. The violence I exhibited as a teenager, my criminal associates, and my friendship with Bob was too suggestive to think otherwise.  I respected her honesty but what does her opinion matter anyway? Opinions are like assholes... everyone has one. However, I never suspected she would be so unprofessional to broadcast her opinion or buttress it falsely with a fraudulent source.

Since Sruthi Pinnamaneni had already discussed with me every facet of my case, there must have been a motive for her to meet me in person. What could she glean that she couldn't by phone? She wanted to assess my autism and if I came across as evil. She also wanted the theater of meeting me for the last episode. Furthermore, although I did not believe she would profess to know what happened, the angle was to attack my innocence. I prepared for the assault.

In the weeks leading up to the interview, I sharpened my social skills with a prison psychologist and a workbook she provided. On the morning of June 1st, I also drank a lot of instant coffee, possibly, too much. The caffeine would have the effect of not only making me more social and adroit, but aggressive. I was like a stick of dynamite just waiting to explode at the slightest provocation. When Sruthi Pinnamaneni mentioned King Diamond, I knew she was trying to insinuate I was evil. The band members were thought to be Devil worshipers and their music had eerie themes. I had a fairly good idea of who told her I was once a fan and wanted her to admit it. Her imaginative story of what occurred Monday night was also goofy but made me angry. She was accusing me of participating in Fawcett's murder.

A few days after the interview, I called her. I was baffled she could think I was guilty. There were alibi witnesses, affidavits, and other damning evidence that Bob Faraci committed the crime. His own wife testified at trial that she had seen him come home wearing blood soaked clothing and they conspired to frame me of the murder. He lived at one time blocks away from the crime scene and walked to Barrington High School on those same railroad tracks. He brought police back to the crime scene and pointed out exactly where the body was found and other evidence only the killer could have known. Not only were his statements to police preposterous and picked apart, his testimony was. All Sruthi had to say was when taken with Nadine Lenarczak's testimony there was plausibility. What?! That was like dumping two bags of garbage together and claiming to have discovered a treasure trove.

Nadine Lenarczak's testimony was the most ludicrous testimony the prosecutor proffered to the jury and I was not embellishing when I said that laughter broke out in the courtroom. The woman was a drug addict and a prostitute who was living out of a motel room with her pet raccoon. She was in and out of psychiatric wards for a myriad of mental problems. She testified to hearing and seeing things that didn't exist. She also had severe blackouts, once finding herself in a tree not knowing how she got there. When she was arrested for the murder, she began smashing her face and head into the metal grill dividing the front and back seat of the squad car. After being released from the hospital, she said she didn't know anything, but when pressed by police, she blabbered about the criminal thugs she associated with in many car insurance scams. Eventually, the police were able to get her to remember Dean Fawcett.

Sruthi had heard all this before and she even covered part of it in episode 3. However, she bafflingly says Nadine was as credible as me! After she told me this, I hung up the phone and quickly highlighted Nadine's statements that instantaneously agreed with the case police were trying to build. I knew the letter would never reach her before the final episode was released, but I did it anyway. Lenarczak abruptly changed her story from Brian Palasz bullied the victim at the mall to Paul bullied the victim. And then Brian no longer arrived with Bob Faraci the day after but Paul did. It was very conspicuous because Bob Faraci just the day before Nadine's last statement had admitted to falsely implicating Brian Palasz, and the police confirmed his alibi. I assume Lenarczak remembers very little of the events past and was coached and coerced by police. A month before my trial, Nadine was rewarded with criminal charges being dropped against her in a massive insurance scam, although I have no doubt they would be reinstated if she didn't cooperate in my trial.

On the day episode 4 was to be broadcast, I called Sruthi. She told me she had been digging around in my past and talked to various people who once knew me. I told her I was sure she did. "You are just one busy bee: buzz...buzz...buzz."  For some reason she wanted to ask me again why I thought Bob Faraci killed Dean Fawcett.  I told her the same as I did before:  I was uncertain. It could be mafia related, or the check scam, and possibly paranoia from cocaine use. Then she wanted to do a little fact checking including a fight I had years ago with Scott Anderson.  Sruthi had spoken with him not long ago and what a story he had to tell.  She asked me if it was true that just before I stabbed him I said, "You have an appointment with death and all you need to do is meet it."  I responded sarcastically, "What do you think?"  She said it sounded like something I would say.  "No," I told her. I was tired of all her accusatory questions and my time on the phone was up. She asked if I could call back later that night. I said, "No" and that was the last time I spoke to her

I do not have Internet access, but over the weekend I called my parents. My mother was terribly upset. I inquired why she was so troubled. She said the podcast: Sruthi had stabbed me in the back. She stabbed all of us in the back. All this time we spent helping her put together the 4 part series and in the last episode she is horrible to me. My mother can be a bit overemotional and I asked, "How?" She was too upset to articulate herself well. My mother said she would just play the podcast for me to hear for myself. She placed her phone near her computer speakers.

I was not as upset as my mother. Possibly, I am just "one cool customer." Possibly, it was because I already knew how Pinnamaneni and her colleagues at Reply All felt about me. I also knew the podcast was going to take a negative turn. What has made me angry enough to write this 4 part reply, however, was the nerve of Sruthi to give her personal opinion and base it on deception. She has no source that places me at the crime scene.

The only person who could claim to put me at the murder site is Bob Faraci. And the only people who could claim to know what occurred later in the Faraci's apartment were the Faracis. Rose Faraci testified they framed me and it was her husband who came home with blood soaked clothing. Regardless, Rose would not know the difference between soccer and football. No one could remember a game from 24 years ago even a sport's fanatic and bookie like Bob. Neither of the Faraci's would know who King Diamond was, nor recognize his music. However, someone Sruthi spoke to recently would.

During my first year of high school, I occasionally wore a King Diamond T-shirt. Early in the year, I had a fight with Scott Anderson and just happened to be wearing that t-shirt.  A stoner friend of his came to his defense and jokingly said that I needed to cut down on my listening of the band's music. However, Anderson took him seriously and when I fought him again, he told police I tried to kill him. The police asked what my motivation could possibly be. Anderson claimed I was a devil worshipper and King Diamond fanatic. This is the same asinine story he told Sruthi and he conjectured was my reason to kill Fawcett. This is why I demanded she tell me where she got her information during our interview, but she wouldn't reveal her source.

Sruthi Pinnamaneni is biased and had an axe to grind. At every turn, she dismissed or ignored proof of my innocence. While she rejected solid evidence, she embraced the most incredulous sources. Yet, after episode 3, she was still stymied to present a satisfying case against me. For the grand finale, she needed a melodramatic concluding act. She fabricated a secret source and confronted me in-person with a silly scenario. I am both amused and angry. Proof positive I am guilty or guilty of something Sruthi narrated. However, it only proved her to be unprofessional and showed the lowly depths of tabloid journalism she had sunk to.

79 comments:

  1. Satanic Panic. Paul you are officially the West Frankfort One. King Diamond does have some great albums. All publicity is good publicity for your case.

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    1. What is the "West Frankfort One"?

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    2. I think the comment is referring to the "Memphis Three" case. However, I think Paul was from Westmount, not Frankfort.

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  2. Blog Fan & SupporterAugust 15, 2016 at 11:33 AM

    Paul, I was glad to read your posts that clarify many things from those podcasts. Hopefully your case will be heard on appeal and you will be exonerated. Stay strong. "Justice delayed is justice denied" is an old saying but in your case is very applicable. You may not be a believer, but I assure you that God does exist and is always available. Simply acknowledge Him and ask for help.

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  3. Y U NO EVER SMILE?

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  4. You'll be out by the time your about 50 if not before. Plenty of time yet to do lots of things in life like get married and maybe have a couple of little Pauls. Hang in there!

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  5. Yeah one thing, I think it might be because you're probably pretty badly depressed (understandably), but it often seems like you go way too hard on yourself as far as age-related stuff. Yes 40 is not 20 or 22 or whatever. You did lose a lot of time, of course. But, 40-something is also not 75 or 80-something. You often wrote, or in the podcast you kind of talked as if you are about at the end of life or so. In reality you're more like just around a mid-point. It would be kind of like saying summer is over on the 4th of July. If by some chance you were to land that new trial, and get either exonerated or determined to have served enough time or something like that, and you were still in your mid- or even later- 40's, well frankly there are men today who are that age who meet a woman who is 10 yrs younger and start a new family. It's definitely not unheard of or impossible. For men, basically almost as long as the equipment still works and they're with a woman who can get pregnant then they can father a child. Look at your buddy Donald Trump -- I believe he had his last son at around the age of 60 or 61. That's a lot older than you! My uncle is 64 and is right now expecting his third child (albeit with his second wife, who is 39 or 40). Stranger things have happened, is all I'm saying, and all kinds of things may occur once you were out and in the 'dating scene' and all that.

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  6. Paul we hope you will do some more writing! You are a genius!!!!!!!!!

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  7. The logistics of Paul's "crime" are stupid. He was in Mokena the night of the murder. If Bob wanted the car, he'd have to drive from Barrington to Mokena which before the Veteran's tollway and modern roads would have been almost two hours. Then they drive back to Barrington which is two more hours, pick up Dean for Nadine to see, find a place to kill him and cut up the body. Then dump pieces of the body in several different places, Clean themselves up and the car so no traces of blood or hair would be found in Paul's car in a place where no one would see them doing it. This is taking more than 8 hours now and Paul's family still says he was with them and are convinced he was with them all night. So it doesn't make any sense. Much more likely is that Feraci killed Dean at his house (probably not shot as there would be evidence of it) and cut up body outside somewhere.

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    1. I'm surprised your comment (Cassie Aug.20) was published because of all your errors! Paul was in Thornton, IL the night of the murder. Regardless, the drive would have been about 2 hours and he didn't leave until some time after midnight.
      I agree that many things don't make sense. Only the grand jury heard Rose Faraci's testimony about Bob coming home that night with his clothes soaked in blood--alone--and asked her to burn them while he showered. S/A McKay asked her if she did. She said "No. I threw them out in the garage can in the alley."
      Yet at the trial, the states attorney wanted to win at any cost and cared nothing about facts. He didn't ask Rose the same questions so those jurors never heard this testimony.
      And to this day, McKay brags about being truthful and not wanting to convict an innocent person?!

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    2. I apologize, all the news articles from that time listing Paul being from Mokena and just assumed his parents were living there at the time and he was at their house. But he was two hours away and it would just be too convoluted to work. There was also never any explanation why Bob would want to use Paul's car. Definitely don't think Bob was alone in it because of what happened to Dean's body. It just seems too difficult for Bob to do by himself especially assuming this was his first time doing it.
      They can ask things at grand jury that would not be allowed in trial, so I don't know if that's why different questions were asked or she gave different testimony. I'm shocked McKay is still an SA, they to rotate a lot

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    3. Since a blood stain was found in Bob's car, it is very odd that McKay pushed the theory of accountability on Paul for allegedly lending Bob his car on the night in question. Very strange indeed.
      Anyone can shoot a gun--even a little punk like Bob!

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  8. Hi Paul

    I didn't need to read your side of the Reply All story to know that Sruthie pulled a pathetic stunt on you at the end. Whatever her opinion of guilt/innocence, it was ridiculous to end that show on the basis of some imagined prosaic scene of you showering listening to a favourite band. It implied that as this unnamed source knew one private thing about you, therefore they must be credible. It was such a weak point I was gobsmacked that Sruthie would stoop so low to think that she could spring it on you for dramatic effect, like "gotcha!" and then sit there thinking that this evidence had provoked you to anger. My anger was at her thinking she had set up a clever trap just to have an ending for the show. It was lacking respect, to you and to the journey you had taken together for he Reply All piece. She should have been straight with you, particularly as she had spent a lot of time in the earlier shows talking about your communication issues.

    However, she did a good job of capturing how Bob Faraci is one of those talkers who says he doesn't want to talk to the police, but then he can't stop talking and comes up with a myriad of imagined stories combined with aspects of real life (to set the scene and make them feel plausible) until the police hear something they can use. Bob is definitely one of those people who has mastered surviving on raw but effective communication skills. He is engaging and it gives him time to work out how to give people what they want.

    I hope some good comes out of the Reply All show. At the very least your excellent writing and unjust case have been brought to a new audience of supporters, that includes me.

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    1. Which is exactly why he should keep on blogging. How about it, Paul?!

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  9. How difficult it must be to be locked in a cage like an animal for over 20 YEARS for a crime you DID NOT commit. If it were me my level of anger would be uncontainable. I would simply go berserk.

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  10. "No one was looking for the one armed man." Paul, you may be behind bars but you have a wicked sense of humor!

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    1. I don't get it.

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    2. The reference the above comment makes is to the murder victim having had an arm removed. I'm not sure that is where Paul was going with that, it's a common reference to "The Fugitive".

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    3. The one armed man in The Fugitive is the one who really killed Harrison Ford's wife. He's convicted of the crime and no one believes this one arm man exists so he escapes and goes on a man hunt. (Yes I'm aware of the TV show version too) One armed man is an unknown mysterious person. It looks like Paul is saying that there is no mysterious unknown murderer out there in this case. It's very obvious Bob killed him.

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  11. Will there be an other post?

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  12. Paul how do you deal with all the noise in prison? Are you just used to it?

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  13. Cmon Paul! We need you out here! Please start writing again! Lots of us desperately miss your incisive social commentary. We want to hear your opinion about the presidential election.

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    1. Will there be another installment?

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  14. Yeah Paul you really do. Just face it you're an author.

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  15. Very good question. Surely theirs a part V to this saga by Paul.

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  16. Paul my wife and I are wondering why that Faraci guy tried to blame it all on you. Is it because he is actually the guilty one?

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  17. What's next Paul? We are all waiting on you!!!

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  18. Can prisoners vote in the election

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    1. Not Illinois prisoners.

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  19. I hate to ask this but if you hit the lottery (I hope you do) and are freed could you adjust to normal society?? You have been imprisoned for decades and have to realize that this is a different world.

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  20. You'll be out soon!!!!

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  21. Any new on the medium prison transfer?

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  22. Corrections Insider here. They are going to move him within three months now paperwork has been signed!

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    1. Where to? He does not belong with the group labeled with mental problems, and he would not be happy if sent to southern IL where his family would most likely be unable to visit him. IMO, Dixon is the only medium security facility that would be appropriate and not considered a punishment.

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    2. Looks like you were proved wrong.

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  23. That's what I've heard too. I work at the prison they are going to be moving him too. Imagine it'll be difficult for him to adjust to all the extra freedom being stepped down to medium security.

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    1. Difficult? How so?

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    2. I heard some mediums are just as bad as the maximums! Actually, I think Paul wrote a post about that. Sure seems that only inmates with political connections get to go to the medium in Dixon. Why can't Paul?

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    3. I'm not certain but I think those convicted of violent offenses, such as murder, etc, may not be transferable to minimum security ever. As for Dixon, with IL who knows; possibly as much a housing issue (no room, etc) as anything else. I think anything outside of Stateville or Menard or any of the other max-security state pens would tend towards being a step-up, so to speak, personally.

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    4. There are some lifers that have been at minimum.

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    5. Simon Nelson is in a medium prison.

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  24. Will there be another post?

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  25. I never took Sruthi's voice as being objective, it was all a matter of her belief/opinion as she stated. I listened to the podcasts all at once, which most likely did not impose this melodramatic build up as a week-by-week series. I did not sense any bias by the reporter. I feel that the case needs to be re-examined, as the evidence or lack of, should not result in conviction. Innocent until proven guilty, right?

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    1. Juries can, and do, make mistakes! They are only people, not lawyers who know and understand the law. I think many jurors don't want to be there anyway so they quickly vote just so they can go home! I think this trial went on for weeks.

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  26. Wills we hear from Paul again?

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  27. Is Anthony Mertz still Paul's cell mate ?

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  28. Well darn I just read they are closing down the Roundhouse at Stateville. Think of all those fuckers who will no longer be suffering confined in that hell hole. This really bums my week out man.

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  29. He's being moved to medium security the 3rd week of December! I work at Stateville and have seen the paperwork. Congratulations Paul! It could be the first step towards actual freedom!

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    1. Which facility?

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    2. Which facility?

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    3. I don't believe that Paul is being transferred out of Stateville, or that someone who works there has this information! Whoever wrote that is just giving false hope to Paul and his family. Very mean.

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    4. Anonymous Nov. 1 - I hope you are wrong. That would be awful mean after all Paul has suffered through, to toy with his mind like that. Time will tell. I really hope that this poster was legit and not one of Paul's enemies (Bob Faraci, Scott Anderson, Sruthi, etc.) being hurtful.

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  30. Mr. Modrowski's case is being reviewed for a presidential pardon. The word is that a pardon is in fact going to be issued. He will be moved to a step down facility ahead of the announcement. He could be home for Christsmas is how it's looking.

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    1. yet Another AnonymousNovember 2, 2016 at 9:54 PM

      Shut up. Just stop it. The president doesn't pardon state convicts. Only federal convicts. This comment of yours just shows you are a troll.

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    2. No YOUarethe idiot. The President is coordinating through the Illinois governor for this to take place. So shut the fuck up. You know nothing. I work on the inside and have seen the entire goddamn file including all the correspondence.

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    3. I hope you're right. But the above comment is correct; the president has no authority to pardon state felons.

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    4. As much as I wish it were true, he ain't gonna be home for Christmas.

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    5. I guess you were wrong. Neener Neener. The President Obama didn't release Paul. Or any other state inmates.

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    1. BMR is a newer prison. Less dilapidated than the Ville.

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  32. Hey Paul, sorry, supposed to check with you in jan, damn time flies, I'm only 10 months late :P

    So...why are you not in Norway by now? Didn't we agree your job is to stop hoping and start dreaming ?Oh....only me agreed on that hahahhaha

    Listen dude, I know, you over 40, omg life's over...so I am not going to tell you about this guy, Julian Assange, you know, crazy like you if not crazier, did 6 months in Saudi Arabia and voala he survived...Australians or any western-looking guys don't survive Saudi prisons...anyway he did survive and ended up in London...outspoken sob like you found himself chased by the Americans this time :) Sweden enters the game, cooks a nice rape story on him, dude runs to socialist Ecuador's embassy there in London and that's where he is for the last let me see...6 years now? Locked up just like you, British police waiting to pick his ass up as soon as he steps off Ecuadorian property...but he keeps barking and basically is taking Democrat Party apart. See, his WikiLeaks thing publishes whatever real documents get sent to them...Assange is the guy that broke the story on Bush's Iraq corruption and how it was more about Haliburton rather than democracy in Iraq...anyway Kerry, our dearest Secretary of State since Clinton Hillary puts pressure on the socliasts punks there and they cut Assange's internet access hahahha talk about stress...but no sweat, his boys all over the world are still publishing...hell, even Iceland kicked 8-9 FBI agents out of country because they were there not for sightseeing but rather for hunting down WikiLeaks guys there or so is rumored, anyway disclosure of Podesta (Hillary's campaign top dog) emails continues and tomorrow is supposed to be the big one...that is the disclosures that will put Hillary away...so what I am trying to tell you in extremely hard to follow way of writing is Assange is basically changing the world...are you kidding me...he's taking on whole Democrat Machine and White House too come to think of it...he took on Republicans now on Democrats...and her majesty Hillary might end up in a federal institution...who would have thought of that...so back at original idea, what I am trying to tell you is you are what you dream you are...think Assange...from a socialist almost-prison thing (harder than yours because he's surrounded by bureaucrats there and those are the worst most insipid people ever) Assange is taking Democrat Party apart and one day President Trump might give him citizenship, deal with Sweden case and bring his ass here...huh...what do you think of that? Sure, he didn't do your time but similarities between you two are just too many to name here...he will be fine, you will be fine too I mean if you do what I told you last time, dream dude, dream, imagine, life will be fine if you're not guilty...eventually...Assange comes every now and then at the embassy window and waves :) you could be Assange without that aussie accent, yes? You two might even work together one day hahahahha. Ok, be good to yourself, screw the world, Assange does and they're gonna name streets after him...it's all about attitude and brains, you got the brains, work on attitude and come on, go free and post here your first entry from freedom. In Norwegian? :) Don't think Assange thought hell end up in Saudi Arabia or in Ecuadorian Embassy when he was in the desert prison...or in US after dodging both Russians and Americans for a decade...I'm telling you life's funny if you are smart enough to see it...dream you're free then once free start making life even funnier.

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  33. I think it would be interesting to do a TV documentary about a podcast about a blog: it would look at how a web of deceit put Paul in prison, and from that emerged a pure blog that rejected the lies in the world, then a blogger attracted to this blog layered it with the deceit of a tabloid podcast. The TV documentary once more unearths the pure truth.

    Paul, you are a person, not a story, and I hope that you can get out of this situation to hug your Mum on the outside.

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  34. Why hasn't jolietcc commented?

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    1. It's someone on the inside. They'd lose their job if administration found out they'd been snooping Paul's file

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    2. I do, it seems my comments never make it to the page though. If this one does then I'll be pissed :)

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  35. Sorry, but these posters are idiots. Moved to Big Muddy! LMAO

    If you said Shawnee or Illinois River, you may have been believable. He will stay in cells before he goes to a dorm. Baby steps. If he was in his 50s, perhaps. Highly unlikely. Just like if his case went FED, he would out, or damn close to it.

    The posts here, are no different than prison rumors. Until the paperwork is in your hand, it doesn't mean shit. You're either getting on the bus, or walking out the gate.


    FYI Scott Anderson from Westmont,IL was a bitch then, and he still is now.

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    1. yes Scott Anderson is a dick, which is why they made him into a South Park character that lives in Canada (Scott the Dick)

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    2. yeah Scott Anderson is a dick..which is why they made him into that South Park character "Scott the Dick"...lol

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    3. What's wrong with Big Muddy?

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  36. I listened to the podcasts. Wow.

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  37. Can one of the blog managers please post an update on our beloved incarcerated blogman?

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  38. Its just mind boggling - the other guy was found not guilty !!? and yet Paul was still convicted of letting the other guy use his car to not murder someone ! ...2 juries ?? whats that all about !?

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  39. The more I read about Paul's "trial", the more frustrated and angry I feel. I feel irritated at Reply All too, although some good may come out of this with the increased attention.

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  40. Hey sir, could you write a new post?

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If you choose Name / URL, you can write any name and you don't need a URL. Or you can choose Anonymous. Paul loves getting your Comments. They are all mailed to him.