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Don Bolles and Farm Labor
About Devereux / Don Bolles Murder

Don Bolles and Farm Labor

This is an new and original entry appearing here for the first time.  —DD, July 21, 2015 There are three published versions of which I’m presently aware regarding Arrowhead Ranch and journalists from the Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE) Arizona Project following the fatal June 1976 car-bombing of Phoenix reporter Don Bolles. And none of these … Continue reading

Other Interesting Investigations I’m Working On
Other Investigations

Other Interesting Investigations I’m Working On

I have been working with the these authors on their investigations and recommend both of the following books. ♦♦♦ Working with Roger Charles on investigative work on the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing in association with CBS News “60 Minutes II” back in 2001, I continued to work with Charles over the next eleven years, providing research support … Continue reading

John Adamson and Company: Brad Funk and Neal Roberts
Don Bolles Murder / Newsletters

John Adamson and Company: Brad Funk and Neal Roberts

[Originally published in Devereux Newsletter No. 52, November 19, 2010] “Now the plot thickens very much upon us.”  – George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham, 1628-1687 Preface Soon after the murder of Don Bolles, John Adamson revealingly told an acquaintance, “My people don’t give immunity.” It meant, he felt, that he couldn’t risk telling the truth. … Continue reading

The Troubling Death of Tom Sanford: Was Don Bolles’ Editor Also Murdered?
Don Bolles Murder / Newsletters

The Troubling Death of Tom Sanford: Was Don Bolles’ Editor Also Murdered?

[Originally published in Devereux Newsletter No. 51 (revised), October 30, 2010] “As a journalist, you have to print the truth whenever it emerges, even if it takes thirty years.” —Journalist Deborah Nelson                        Arizona State University graduate and 1997 Pulitzer Prize winner, April 5, 2009 … Continue reading

DIAL “M” FOR MOTOROLA: Postscript to “The Bolles Murder: A Case of Curious Coincidences”
Don Bolles Murder / Newsletters

DIAL “M” FOR MOTOROLA: Postscript to “The Bolles Murder: A Case of Curious Coincidences”

In my Don Bolles homicide-related Newsletter No. 50, entitled “A Case of Curious Coincidences”, first published in my February 26, 2009 newsletter and now this blog, I also provided brief commentary on the much earlier murder in Illinois of the first wife of Motorola founder Paul Galvin. Along with her young maid, Edna Sibilski, the … Continue reading