Alex: My Friend, Whom I Never Met

On the evening of July 25, 2011, (some 15 months before I would be elected) I attended an Oak Ridge City Council meeting as a citizen. At the same time this meeting was occurring, Alex Heitman’s body was being discovered after a day-long search by his family for his whereabouts. I would learn of Alex’s … Continue reading Alex: My Friend, Whom I Never Met

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My Comments RE: Oak Ridge Today Article on Heitman Note Development

It is worth noting up front that Mr. Huotari did not contact myself or the Heitmans before he ran his story. Instead, he left us messages 4-6 hours after the fact. Below is my response to him. He has yet to update his story with my comments and has not re-attempted to contact the Heitmans per … Continue reading My Comments RE: Oak Ridge Today Article on Heitman Note Development

New Discoveries in the Heitman Case (post-death audit, hard drive, Bailey memo)

The Heitman family is finally receiving some local attention for their efforts. Much of the attention centers around the discovery of this post-death audit. You can read the latest  here, here and here.  Here are some points to ponder that have yet to be discussed: 1. Findings 1-11 suggest that though Alex had access to … Continue reading New Discoveries in the Heitman Case (post-death audit, hard drive, Bailey memo)

My Email to the City Manager: Our Treatment of Ms. Lori Holt & the Heitman Family

The following is my full email to Mark Watson as reported on here. On behalf of the City of Oak Ridge, I want to publicly apologize to the Heitman family and Ms. Lori Holt. I am deeply sorry for your loss and for how poorly you've been treated in your attempts to gain answers from East … Continue reading My Email to the City Manager: Our Treatment of Ms. Lori Holt & the Heitman Family