Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper Continues To Refuse Referring Child Serial Killer Cases To The DOJ; Confidential Source Agrees To Interviews
Why does Cooper refuse to allow the Department of Justice to investigate new evidence and suspects? 100 Million Dollar Lawsuit asks court to order Cooper to turn cases over to DOJ for an independent investigation.
DETROIT, May 7, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Detroit attorney Paul Hughes will schedule media interviews with Bob, a confidential source, until Friday, May 11, 2012 that will occur the week of May 14th. Bob said: "These are the only interviews I will provide until the suspects are arrested."
Recent comments made by Jessica Cooper in an effort to discredit new findings in the OCCK cases, and 11 other related cases, have resulted in a push for more public awareness. Bob, who has been involved in uncovering new facts, evidence, and suspects, believes this further demonstrates that Jessica Cooper may not want the public to know the truth, or for these cases not to be solved.
Cooper has refused every request to turn these cases over to the DOJ for an independent investigation. She has yet to offer any rational explanation for her refusals even though new evidence and previously unknown suspects may lead to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.
Bob states the suspects "are still alive and walking the streets today." He continued: "New information developed may not only allow for the arrest and convictions of known suspects. That additional information and evidence may allow the DOJ to identify more suspects involved in these child serial killings."
Cooper's conduct suggests she may be involved in an ongoing cover up or conspiracy that has existed throughout their entire investigation. Bob has consulted with former Federal Prosecutors and Profilers. He said: "Based on our findings they suggested we get this information to the DOJ for an independent investigation."
Profilers consulted believe there were more than two suspects involved in these killings and that the evidence supports these beliefs. Bob said: "The Profilers stated that 'someone associated with Law Enforcement may have been involved in these killings,' and 'they should have been looking at a police officer's involvement a long time ago'."
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