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Michael Francke Murder Mystery Solved (Part Eight)John Atkins for Salem-News.com
How can any men worship money so much that they would sell their own mothers for a quarter?
(SALEM) - In the next two installments, we are going to do a chronological breakdown of what transpired and who did what. We will expose some of the corruption of virtually everybody involved. I say some of the corruption because I have omitted many things which prove my case, but I do not want the bad guys to cover that up. If they persist in not freeing Frank, well, let's suffice it to say that they do not want to fail. This is one test that will be graded! In the tenth, and final, installment, we will expose who the actual murderer was. So stay tuned. The best is yet to come.
Chronology of events
1972: Serial killer slash cannibal, Richard Marquette, saves enough money (from his disability checks) to buy himself a parole. Within days of his release, he goes on a killing spree. Nobody was shocked except the victims. Conveniently, the media never really confronts the parole board with why they would parole such an animal! I am sure that Ira Blalock & Co. had some pretty interesting answers.
1976: Several inmates gang up on a "snitch." Though they beat him with pipes and stabbed him a multitude of times, the inmate lived. As a reward for carrying out the "hit," at least one of the would-be killers is paroled a year later.
July 30, 1976:
Two inmates in the Prison Psychiatric Unit (PSU) tell fellow inmate, James Ross, that they are only up there to get checks. Dr. Weissert (who professed to being Jewish), was the man in charge of both the Oregon State Hospital and PSU, and was routinely certifying inmates as being schizophrenic so that the inmates could get disability checks. Simultaneously, Weissert would receive checks from both the State of Oregon and the federal government for these disabled inmates. Wink. Much of that money would then disappear.
Ross immediately went to Weissert, and I mean immediately, and he demanded that Weissert certify him, too. Since Ross was getting out of prison in just a few weeks, there was nothing in it for Weissert and Weissert refused to comply. Ross then threatened to expose Weissert. Weissert simply, and calmly, picked up a telephone and had Ross taken to the hole (Segregation & Isolation).
August 1, 1976:
James Ross is found dead. He was hanging by a sheet in his cell in the hole. An inmate from the hospital ward said that Ross's hands were tied behind his back. It was ruled a suicide (by a man who would be free in a few weeks?).
The Secretary of State audited the prison inmate Trust Account. This is found on page 25 of John C. Warden's Report to Governor Goldschmidt. Warden's report was made part of the Frank Gable trial records and this page is numbered 008888.
The Secretary of State listed several things wrong. At the top of the list was her complaint about who was handling all of that money. Wink.
April 20, 1988:
On the next page of Warden's report, this being trial page No. 008889, we read where the Secretary forwarded her findings to Michael Francke. Only Mike doesn't get those findings. David Caulley intercepts the report and answers on behalf of Michael Francke.
June 16, 1988:
Same page of the Warden report, David Caulley responds on behalf of Mike but was not responsive to the comments of the Secretary. Even then, it took him two months to answer.
June 23, 1988:
Smelling a rat, the Secretary picks up a telephone and contacts Michael Francke directly. Mike assures the Secretary that he will look into the matter. He then confronts David Caulley (the prison financial wizard). As Mike investigates he discovered huge discrepancies which also led to his discovery that McAlister was involved in selling paroles and other acts. He takes steps to limit McAlister's ability to make deals with inmates.
December 31, 1988:
Financial Administrator David Caulley, Oregon Assistant Attorney General Scott McAlister, and Governor Neil Goldschmidt, make a New Year's resolution to get rid of Michael Francke. They intend to murder him so as to make others, such as John C. Warden and the Secretary of State, back off of their investigations.
January 7, 1989:
Mike calls his brothers and tells them that he is working on a case that may get him killed because it involves high-ranking officials (Caulley and McAlister) and others in the prison. His wife, Bingta, abandons ship. It is my personal belief that she left because she knew Mike was going to be murdered.
January 8, 1989: Assistant Oregon Attorney General Scott McAlister resigns and flees the state. He goes to work in the Utah Department of Corrections. All available evidence (which is substantial) shows that McAlister was selling paroles and abundantly rewarding inmates for doing as he wished them to do. On 1-8-89, McAlister knows Mike is going to be murdered and wants to make sure that he has an airtight alibi for his whereabouts. Nonetheless, this braggart tells people that he will come back once Mike's gone. Wink-wink.
The rift between them was legendary, yet McAlister would claim Mike was a friend. Some friend. What kind of friend gets inmates to murder you?
January 17, 1989:
The plot to murder Mike in his office falls apart when one of the goons fails to close Mike's car door all the way. Mike's co-workers see the dome light on in his car and investigate. The goons have to drive away with Mike for some three hours while they wait for things to quiet down at the Dome Building where Mike worked.
Somebody tells housekeeping to go home half an hour early (Caulley?). Somebody turns off the porch light (Caulley?). Somebody turns off Mike's pager. Caulley leaves his boot print on Mike's bumper when he takes out a heavy box of files. Somebody shreds 23 bags of documents in Mike's office. No attempt is ever made to reassemble those documents. Wink. Both Caulley and McAlister can breath a sigh of relief.
January 18, 1989:
Mike's body is discovered on the porch of the Dome building. Mike had to put his fist through the door window to try to gain entry because the goons had his key to the door.
January 24, 1989:
Scott McAlister complains about the hit on Mike. He is angry that they botched it. "They were supposed to make it look like a suicide!" Damn, it's so hard to get good help!
June 23, 1989:
On page 25 of Judge Yraguen's 2001 decision on one of Frank's many appeals, Yraguen notes that the State police received a tip, on June 23, that Frank Gable looked like the composite picture of a man who was seen loitering inside the Dome Building on the night Mike was murdered. I believe that the police did not receive the tip until July 23 because I believe that the Keizer, Oregon, police gave the State police that tip. I will explain that shortly.
June 30, 1989:
Officer Kent Barker of the Keizer police gets Frank Gable out of jail down in Coos Bay. During the drive back to Salem, Barker tells Frank that he looks like the composite of the mysterious man seen loitering in the Dome building (where Mike worked). Have a look for yourself:
Frank Gable, very obviously, does not look like the composite. The mystery man is Mexican and/or Italian. Frank is your run-of-the-mill white guy (though I am told that he is part Native American). I have been unable to find a picture of Frank with a moustache (Native Americans are not known for facial hair). Moreover, I doubt that Frank ever owned a pin-stripe suit. If you do not have one, kind of hard to wear one.
Also note that such a suit would be issued to a man getting out of prison, if he so desired one. This is an important clue for a lot of reasons. First, run of the mill killers do not wear suits around Salem. Killers being released from prison would. Think about that one. If you were the warden, or McAlister, or whomever, you would have access to prison files. You would know who all liked to kill people. You would want someone who was illiterate and greedy.
The State prison is right across the street from the State Hospital (where Mike was killed). There used to be an inmate gift shop outside of the prison. The gift shop was run entirely by convicted murderers. The warden could get one of them out, anytime, day or night, on the pretense of needing floors swept or whatever. Such an inmate could then murder someone and return to prison and have an "iron-clad" alibi.
The State made it a point to try to say that the man in the pin-stripe suit was really a copy machine repairman. The repairman acknowledges that it was not him. So the question arises, what was the State's real motive for trying to make us think it was the repairman when, in reality, it was an inmate from the State pen?
July 14, 1989:
Barely two weeks go by from the time Barker gets Frank out of jail to work as a snitch. Frank jumps ship and leaves Keizer to return to Coos Bay. I think Barker finds out Frank bailed and it ticked him off to the point where Barker contacts the State Police with the "tip."
July 23, 1989:
Believed to be the date that the State police receive their alleged tip regarding Frank Gable. Barker was pissed that Frank tricked him. The State police are miffed that Frank thinks he can screw over the cops. Period.
August 6, 1989:
Governor Neil Goldschmidt contacts the State police and demands that they find a suspect. It is believed that he initially contacts officer Loren Glover (Glover was a member of the Governor's State police escort and a close friend of Neil's).
August 7, 1989:
The State police contact Frank and set up an interview so they can interrogate him about the Michael Francke murder. Frank misses the first appointment and infuriates the police all the more.
August 22, 1989:
The Governor's legal adviser, cohort, and close "friend," Cory Streissinger, sends Goldschmidt a five page memo explaining their dire situation. The Oregon legislature is threatening to conduct their own investigation. Neil calls his friends in the State police. He demands that they arrest somebody soon. Plans are made to get an Assistant Attorney General on the Grand Jury.
This memo reads as a who's who in organized crime. Literally, every high office in the State of Oregon (and Salem in particular) is occupied by a Jewish cohort. This memo is nothing short of a blueprint for hanging the murder on anyone.
From August 22, 1989 forward, all efforts were expended to fulfilling Goldschmidt's evil quest. Next week, we expose the conspiracy of the State police to convict Frank Gable of a crime that they knew, let me repeat that, THEY KNEW, Frank Edward Gable had not committed. They think we cannot prove that. Holy crap, I hate when people think that they are so special that they cannot be held accountable for their crimes.
Free Frank Gable !
One of the PSU inmates who witnessed Ross's threat to Weissert, and Weissert's sending Ross to the hole to be murdered, was himself warned to keep quiet. In this instance, the Salem police went to the inmate's brother and stuck guns to his head. This threat was meant to let the inmate know that the inmate's family could be killed if the inmate ever came forward.
I wanted you to know that part of the story because you have preconceived ideals on how these things should play out. How horrifying is it that an inmate can be murdered at will by inmates, by guards and, simultaneously, have the police threatening his family? And, yes, we will be doing an expose on these minions (sic) of public safety fairly soon.
These thugs would go on to lockup many of the "witnesses" who would testify against Frank Gable. The thugs would put them in the hole and make them sit there until they agreed to come forward with what the cops wanted them to say.
Many of you do not even realize that Jodie Swearingen was treated thusly. As soon as they found out that she was not going to testify (lie) against Frank Gable, they made her life hell. Jodie bravely stood up to these low-lifes. And paid a heavy price. I am not even sure that she, herself, understands the full extent of their actions.
To silence Jodie, without directly attacking her family (it wouldn't look good), they made threats against her friends. Coincidentally, one of her old boyfriends, Louie B., nearly dies of an overdose of a lethal drug combo. Louie would spend the rest of his life in a vegetative state in a nursing home. These guys are ruthless animals who have no heart.
There is a lot of evidence out there against these criminals. Many people, like Jodie, are scared to death to come forward. And they have very legitimate reasons for not coming forward. Can you blame them?
Some people think I am some kind of hero for exposing these thugs and trying to get Frank out. I'm no hero. Most of this stuff, I knew years ago and did nothing. When I first heard that Abel was representing Frank, I should have tried to see Frank. At the very least, I should have written Frank a letter and warned him that Abel was helping them to convict him. And I knew that Abel would not let Frank testify. Does that sound like a hero?
I feel compassion for Frank, not because I didn't help him but, rather, because I harbor so much anger because I, myself, had spent so many years locked up for things I did not do. I harbor an intense anger towards these hoodlums who have taken over my State and my Country. The things they do are unfathomable and yet I know that they are real because I have seen it firsthand. How can any men worship money so much that they would sell their own mothers for a quarter? How can any man let the real killers go free and frame an innocent man for the crime? It isn't that I am some kind of hero; it's just that these cretins are so slimy...just ask Obama (he is, after all, the Jews' lap dog).
Obama at the wailing Wall
Next week: we expose the rest of the timeline and how the cops manufactured evidence, tampered with witnesses, and deliberately obstructed justice. They all belong in prison. All of them!
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