Murder and Coverup

cattaraugus-county-murderThis story, more then any others exemplifies why you have to take precautions on how you live, if you live in Cattaraugus County New York. This man appears to have taken action when he saw something wrong, and this is what happened to him.

Make sure you cover your a$$ when you decide to stand up for peoples rights and/or speak out about corruption. This issues deals with the mysterious ‘death’ of a local and who should have been investigated for it, how evidence was destroyed, the list goes on and on…

Go’s to show you just how evil and corrupt the ‘wheels of justice’ are here in Cat County.

More on Officer Mark Marowski, Salamanca, NY Police Officer and the Argument at the Holy Cross Athletic Club…

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The last post (September 14, 2014) questioned why the New York State Police had not investigated Salamanca police officer Mark Marowski in my brother’s death, in light of information in a recent anonymous letter about an affair between Marowski and my brother’s wife Susan (see post of August 11, 2014). Previous posts (September 22, 2010, July 28, 2011, and April 18, 2013) had raised the issue of the personal argument between my brother and Ofc. Marowski that led to Marowski calling in to the Salamanca police to arrest Mark for DWI. This post brings up more disturbing information about Officer Marowski that reinforces the possibility that he was involved in Mark’s death. For more information click here…

Recently, however, I received specific–and very troubling–information from a person who was at the Holy Cross Club about Marowski’s reaction to my brother’s arrest for DWI. That individual, who described Marowski as “nasty,” revealed that he was “proud” that he had caused Mark’s arrest for DWI and boasted over it. Mark’s truck went up in flames the very next day after that argument, and I have been informed that updates on my brother’s condition in the burn unit were called in to the club at intervals the following day. Marowski as well as everyone else at the Holy Cross Club knew how seriously Mark had been burned. What kind of person gloats over causing a DWI arrest when the man ends up suffering third-degree burns over almost his entire body one day after the incident? For more information click here…

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This post examines further the issue of the pool of my brother’s blood found in his driveway the night of his truck fire. As indicated in the original post (September 22, 2010), Mark’s blood is a troubling piece of evidence that seems not to have been taken seriously enough by the investigating authorities. Yet in conjunction with other suspicious facts surrounding Mark’s death (the wounds to his forehead and to the left side of his face, the fact that he had been saturated with gasoline, the suspicious presence of a gas can in the cab of his truck, and the unexplainable location of his truck in the field across from his house), the blood on the driveway points strongly to foul play.

To help visualize the scene, I include two photos of my brother’s property in Great Valley and one of Whalen Road and a section of the field where Mark’s truck went up in flames and where he himself lay burning to death about sixty feet away. Clicking on any of the photos will enlarge it so as to show greater detail, such as the size of the picture windows in the front of the house. The photo of the house here shows the living room area (with the larger picture window on the left) and the kitchen/dining area (with the smaller picture window on the right); both windows look directly out to the front yard and to the field across the road. To the side of the property is the long driveway leading to the attached garage. For more information click here…

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When I brought up the issue of the phone records with Lori Rieman during her campaign for Cattaraugus County District Attorney in 2009, she said that it would be useful to know if that phone call between 10:30 and 10:55 really took place.  But later, when I met with now D.A. Rieman in May 2010, she had changed her position about the phone records.  She asserted that the phone records would have to have been obtained by subpoena and that serious evidence of criminal activity would have been necessary to request it.  D.A. Rieman then insisted that the call between 10:30 and 10:55 was verified by Peter Rapacioli in his interview with Inv. Kalfas. For more information click here…

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