Wednesday, February 26, 2014

[IN] Amanda Bach Murder Case - Officer McCowan still employed at the Crown Point Indiana PD

[IN] Amanda Bach Murder Case - 
Dustin McCowan's Appeal


The sheriff department, prosecutor, and Amanda's parents believe that Officer Joseph Elliot McCowan [Crown Point Indiana PD] played a role in covering up his son Dustin's murder of Amanda Bach.

Amanda Bach Murder Case - Investigation of Officer Joseph Elliott McCowan [Crown Point Indiana PD] - September 2011 - April 2013 

Read the above link regarding the evidence the Porter County Sheriff Department had against Officer McCowan in regards to his destroying evidence in the Amanda Bach's murder case, in order to protect his son - Dustin Elliot - the convicted murderer of Amanda.

And then ask yourself: Why the hell haven't Crown Point Indiana officials fired McCowan? 

Where are the Crown Point city officials in all of this? Why are they not supporting the Porter County Sheriff Department's and Prosecutor's efforts to obtain justice, in regards to Amanda's missing cell phone and the missing murder weapon - which Dustin claimed his father hid so deep no one would ever find them...

Perhaps it's time WE ask Crown Point officials: WHY? Why is Officer Joseph Elliot McCowan who publicly and in a court of law supported his son - a convicted murder - still on the Crown Point PD? WHY have officials in Crown Point not taken action? WHY?

Crown Point Mayor David D.F. Uran

Crown Point PD - Chief Pete Land

Crown Point PD - Deputy Chief Jim Janda

Crown Point City Council Members
Chad Jeffries:

Robert Clemons
-Email address not listed-

Andrew Kyres

Laura Sauerman

Carol Drasga

Mark Schweitzer

Bill Feder

Also See: 

Amanda Bach Murder - Dustin McCowan charged with murder

Amanda Bach Murder Case - Investigation of Officer Joseph Elliott McCowan [Crown Point Indiana PD] - September 2011 - April 2013 

Amanda Bach Murder Case - Dustin McCowan Trial and Conviction- Feb 04, 2013

Amanda Bach Murder Case - Dustin McCowan Sentenced - March 28, 2013 

Amanda Bach Murder Case - Videos

Sunday, February 23, 2014

I was told...

I was told by a domestic violence agency director, that because I was a victim of OIDV, that I would never work again in law enforcement, criminal justice, or with domestic violence victims again... because I couldn't be trusted after I had my ex - a sheriff deputy who had held me at gun point - arrested.

I'm so glad I didn't listen to her and instead listened to my heart, followed my dreams and pursued my passion of giving  voice to victims of officer involved domestic violence and educating Michigan officials on OIDV.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014