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Unabridged Trilogy Cont'd From Front Page 12 Bonnie J. Thompson is no stranger to the world of criminal books are available through her website: www.buriedtruth- Thompson is self-published and is releasing her trilogy in law and courtroom drama. Her father, Roger W. Thompson, trilogy.com and/or www.process0felimination.info, an eBook download/PDF file format (Adobe Reader required). and grandfather, Donald L. Thompson, were both noted trial Prep0nderance of Evidence and Part Three: Plea for Justice are Her new trilogy be purchased through her website: www. lawyers. The Logan County Courthouse provided Bonnie with completed and soon to be released. Thompson is calling for buriedtruthtrilogy.com. Part One: Backtrack is priced at $29.99 a very important education, for it was there thatshe learned oflidal reinvestigation of the Michael Mansfield and Ruth and its projected release date is July2, 2015 when her website the value of truth and justice. Martin cold cases and also the Schneider triple homicide. She will be launched. Book purchases can be made with a credit Although she often considered pursuing a degree in law, she urges people to sign the petition on her website request- card through PayPal. Orlce the transaction is completed, me !. found herself more drawn to music, writing, and investiga- ins official reinvestigation of these nearly 40-year-old eBook(s) will be downloaded as a PDF file to the customer s tion, In her spare time she performs as a professional singer/ murders. She also encourages anyone with information about computer, iPad, handheld cellular device, etc. Thompson's songwriter/guitarist, and she particularly enjoys singing jazz these murders to contact her through her email address: books are copyrighted through the Library of Congress and and blues standards. Her previous works include a screen- bjt76@buriedtruthtrilogy.com, cannot be copied, reproduced, transmitted or sold without play entitled, Process of Elimination, and True Facts & Findings, Photos-Former Logan County State's Attomey Roger W. the author's permission & a critical review of a book written by former Lincoln Police Thompson and daughter, Bonnie J. Thompson (property of -~ Detective William Krueger called, A Force for Evil. Thompson"s Bonnie J. Thompson). I for July 7, 2015 Special Congressional ,iULY ?. 2015 ,EKY 7, 2015 SPECIAL ~ ELECTION SPECgd. PRIMvqRY ELECTIOI, I ~ COUII~, I.I.INO~ LOG, Ill CI~J~Y. ~I'I018 r BALLOT REPUBLICAN iNSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: TO vo~,INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTIERS: TO W~. . fill"'), oouta,,t~Hn ct~ok~Uimlt~s(Q). Toca=taw,,iu~n ~, ~theo~tome LEFT of ~ vote, ~Jte ~,e ov~ ~o the t.EFT o~ t~ I~rank =pa~ provldKI =rod wrlla the blm~ sOaoe ptovicteO and wdte the andtdaw'l name tn that spao~. For ~'s namo k~ ~al m. For ~ ~mr, SO~I, ~i:e. o1" mvoneo~y ~k I~An~"d~'~ poste~ in ~',e vo(m9 ~h. If you |e~. emil, ~ or erroneo~e~/mark till ballc~, m~rn It to ~te Elec~m Judge ~ t:mllot, return ~t to the Eleclk)n Judge andob~n eno~nor. Vo~e~0~ ~o~ snd ol)ta~n ar~l~r. Yote~~des of ~c'~u~' r~/~ ~lilinoi~ ~ ,l. Tumm County Cled( and Reoorder Logan County, I~ --------..- ..................... ..................... FOR RE~ATNE IN CON~mE~ E~IHTEENTH CONGRES~AL OISTRIGT (F0~ a. ~=p~d t=m) FOR REI~IE~A~ITATIVE IN CONGRE~ BGHTEENT~ CO~"T~S61ONAL OIST~ICT (For an u,'~exptmd llilm) . lV~ lor ooe) '::::. ROBERT MELLON : .. DARIN lalHOOO :::.::.~: ADAM LOPEZ ......... DONALD RAY RIEHTS YOU HAVE NOW COMPLETED VOTING ............. MlCl, II~L J. FLYNN 52 - Mt Pulaski Volleyball Campers attended camp June 24 & 26 at Mt Pulaski High School. Coach Donna DuUe wrote, "They all worked hard and improved on skills; their coaches (front row) did a great job helping them. Mt Pulaski Police Report Not often that you stop a guy on the very day his driw er's license was suspgnded - for driving suspended, but Chief Freer did. And it was off to jail. Local resident backed his car out of the driveway and looks like he hit a pole across the street. Then backed down the street into another drive- way - took out an innocent shrub - and dinged that garage. Then he drove back to his house and parked the car. For some reason, the driver wouldn't answer the door when Chief Freer knocked to discuss it all. O O! Great Race Mural is back up on the Caves, tani's building. Scott Lindley... with a little help from some friends.., notefaraily too.., found a few hours without rain to complete the task. Times Photo Ended 23-Years Without A License By Mike Lakin Chief Lynn Freer was notified by a motorist of a car that was "all over the roadway" from Lincoln to Mount Pulaski. An alert, by Logan County Dispatch, concerning the car was also received. Once on 121 Chief Freer observed the car drive off the roadway onto the shoulder and back on. After pulling the car over, he approached the driver's window. The driver held his hand out the window and handed Chief Freer his car keys saying, "I'm drunk. Take my keys." When asked where he was from the driver said, "Mybrothers house in Lincoln. I've been drinking with him all day." The driver's license was revoked since 1992 and he was suspended since 2006 got DUI. The driver was aware he was revoked and said he wa. driving under the influence. During a field sobriety test, Chielf Freer asked him if he could complete the one leg stand test and the driver replied, "Do you think I could pass that one?" He didn't. The driver was of course arrested and at the jail his blood- alcohol was .281, well above the .08 that you try to aim for. Due to the blood-alcohol reading of .281 he was transported to the hospital. The few minutes that passed from the time he left the county jail until he arrived at the hospital his blood- alcohol reading went up to .32. For hours Chief Freer was with him at the hospital until 7:30 PM when his blood alcohol I level was low enough for him to be transported to the county I jail. m rk u s m r o I Dunn check in, the driver was noufied that his vehicle -----~ ------ ............ STUDY- so e hospitals ma p o e t eatments by 1,000'/o " g -" .... YOU HA-VE NOW N "i n I" r ........... "~ I was being seized at o a ~eog apnic L;nannel plans Io auiopsy a life-liKe i-I-+,ex oino~l I ,... 1 ~l,/ *~ 1L.. ---- --a --.~*~..L ...... J lr'%lr TT , COMPLETED VOTING saur .,..i W l i ne anver, nas been cnargeu warn [wo aggravateu w~, oass .. ' . . . e" ,i ] IV felonies ahd one class IV felony for driving revoked. Bail ~un maker Colt has filed for bankruptcy after 179 years, i s e,loo,