The Story Thus Far

The Story Thus Far (Or At Least My Version of It) (Originally posted 4/13) Ethan (he went by his middle name) went to see a movie with a companion on January 12th of this year.  [For the record, yes, his companion was an 18-year-old female.  What average 26-year-old man wants to go to the movies … Continue reading

Visiting The Trail Of Injustice #JusticeForEthan

From the archive: Originally posted May, 2013 Josh and I visited the places that hold answers to many questions within their walls.   First, the theater.    This place holds many secrets.  Within its walls are the answers we seek.  How did an evening of recreation turn into something so sad?  The walls aren’t talking. … Continue reading

Day 8 – Trees, Accreditation, and Continued Support – 8 MORE Days of #JusticeForEthan

From the Archive As I bring this chapter to an end, there are three things I’d like us to do in this, the final week of 8 MORE Days for Ethan: Celebrate Father’s Day with the Saylors by planting a tree in Ethan’s honor. Let the committee from CALEA know why we think the Frederick … Continue reading

The Report is In – #JusticeForEthan

#JusticeForEthan Report

From the Archive: Originally posted 7/17/13 Just finished printing out the whole report on the events of January 12th.  It’s a good inch-high stack of papers (not including the taser reports, evidence logs, and dispatch reports that are included in the “Use of Force” section). The reports were posted online by the Frederick News Post … Continue reading

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