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Thursday, 24 April 2014

Davontae Sanford: Day Three in The Life of An Innocent Child Wrongfully Convicted of Murder

Davontae Sanford: Day Three in The Life of An Innocent Child Wrongfully Convicted of Murder. Oh what tangled webs we weave! As I promised yesterday I would tell you all about another strange twist in this case in which professional hitman Vincent Smothers and his cohort Nemo Davis' trail of murder led all the way to former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and how one officer with Detroit Police was retaliated against for getting too close to the former mayor for his connection with the dynamic duo. This case stinks to high heaven let me tell you! All in the name of making a fourteen year old boy their sacrificial lamb and do violence to INNOCENCE thanks to Detroiters for allowing this to happen! The Manoogian Mansion. Oh yessssss. The wild lewd sex party and physical assault on one of two strip dancers by the former mayors thug trash talking wife. When Smothers and Davis were arrested in Kentucky by Detroit Police who flew down there to bring them back to Detroit they were arrested at the home of one of Davis' family members who it turned out was a known drug dealer in Kentucky and who had close ties to none other than Kwame Kilpatrick-the hip hop gang banging thug mayor of the city. Nice role model for our youth wouldn't you say? Please don't. In the crowd of all these shady crooked politicians; police and the prosecutor (I can't forget her too) was an officer who saw what was happening and decided to investigate further. Officer Ira Todd from Homicide. He knew based on what he learned when he picked Smothers and Davis up in Kentucky that Davis' connection to the former mayor was a problem. He also knew that of the two strip dancers at the Manoogian Mansion party in 2002 one was killed in . . . You named it: Kentucky. The other here in Detroit. Did Davis and Smothers carry out those hits for the mayor or Karlita to silence those two women to keep them from coming out to tell the world the truth about the sexy gang banging party at the mansion and finally dispel former attorney general Mike Cox's claim that rumors of a party at the mansion were an "urban legend?". Prosecutor Worthy is afraid so. But she wants to silence Smothers keep in mind. Did Cox prematurely dismiss claims of a wild party at the mansion as an urban legend because he too was there and had an interest in saving his skin? Maybe. In a city plagued with corruption and coverup nothing would surprise me. I have always said the party was kept as an urban legend because other important officials and members of Detroits Baptist clergy were there but I am not going to start naming names. We will never know of Davis' connections to the former mayor because Officer Todd was silenced. Silence of the lambs. But what we do know is Davis' and Smothers' trail of blood seems to lead all the way to Kentucky and we also know that Smothers was a professional hitman for Detroit Police. The names of others he likely killed for Detroit Police went to the grave of one sergeant who committed suicide after Smothers offed his wife. One thing is for certain. Officer Ira Todd was doing his job for the citizens of Detroit when he began to investigate Smothers and Davis' possible ties to the mayor. He understood the importance that we deserved better. He saw how foul and fury from top leaders in Detroit was taking over a city already plagued with crime. He understood that his job as a cop was difficult enough without the man in the mayor's seat making it more difficult for the men in blue. And for that I admire his courage and determination. Ira Todd has a pending whistleblower lawsuit pending against the city for his unlawful demotion from the Homicide Department as a result of yet another strange twist in the Davontae Sanford case. As one of the three judges at the Michigan Court of Appeals remarked at oral argument in Davontae's case last summer: This is an interesting case with some very strange twists. I second that thought.

Roberto Guzman

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