Sunday, January 17, 2010
Right On Schedule
One of the first things private investigator Ed Hodges did after I hired him in 2003 was to ask me for extensive details of our daily schedules and routines as documented here. When I discovered in 2005 that Hodges had forged my initials on a clearly manipulated trust document that was filed without even being properly notarized, I realized Hodges and others had used the information I'd innocently provided them with to set up numerous harassing and frightening incidents, one of which is documented here in an excerpt from a 10/3/03 letter I wrote to a friend.
More recently, I have realized there are strong connections between local victims' well-known daily routines and their deaths. In Boerne, Col. Phillip Shue and 216th District Probation Officer Beth Hicks were both waylaid while on their way to work and brutally murdered. Fredericksburg resident Linda Muegge was killed in her home on the one day of the week when she was known to work there alone. Norman Roark of Kerrville was sent to an appointment to lay carpet at a location in Harper when he was murdered. [Note: All of these victims had head trauma.] Tom McRae of Granbury was found dead on the side of the highway next to a motorcycle at a time when he was known to be on his way to Fredericksburg for important meetings regarding a controversial proposed "Main Street Live" entertainment project he was trying to develop. (A similar project, "Rockbox", later opened in a different building that is connected with another victim who suddenly turned up dead on the side of the road under suspicious circumstances, a man found shot to death who is also connected to my own case, and a former county judge.) There are many other examples like these from our area.
I have also remembered that around the same time I received this email from Hodges wanting details of my schedule, he and his associates were all insisting I drive up to Dallas by myself--not to meet with them, but because they insisted I "needed a vacation" and should come up to shop, go to concerts, etc. Besides insisting that I come alone, they also insisted I drive up Hwy. 281 instead of the interstate, which I remember thinking was add. (I repeatedly refused to do this because I didn't want to leave my children and didn't want to spend the time or money.)
Now go back and read my 10/27/09, 10/28/09, and 10/30/09 blog posts below.