Author Topic: Suicide  (Read 281 times)

Offline Halina

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« on: February 26, 2021, 07:12:50 AM »
        State police troopers found the body of the man, John Geddert, who died by suicide, in a rest area off an interstate at 3:24 p.m. ET in Grand Ledge, Michigan, said Kelly Rossman-McKinney, a spokeswoman for Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel.
        Geddert had agreed to surrender at a sheriff's office Thursday before a 2:15 p.m. arraignment, but he never showed up, Rossman-McKinney said.

       Geddert, who led the U.S. women's gymnastics team at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, was charged with 20 counts of human trafficking and forced labor resulting in injury, one count of racketeering, two counts of criminal sexual conduct and one count of lying to police, according to a state criminal complaint filed in Eaton County.

         The office also alleged that Geddert made "false or misleading" statements to authorities investigating Larry Nassar, who worked as Geddert's team physician for approximately 20 years.   Nassar, who was convicted of molesting women at Geddert's facility, is serving decades behind bars for child pornography crimes and molesting young athletes.   The office said Geddert's charges are unrelated to its wider investigation at Michigan State University.

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Offline In Stitches

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Re: Suicide
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2021, 10:09:11 AM »
That's the same type of problem as when cops don't report abuse that other cops do to people. I bet that the two police who committed suicide after the Capitol was stormed were going to go down for helping the protestors. So, maybe there is a universal energy of people getting caught who are aiding and abetting perps in their professions. Some sort of ugly end of Capricorn into Aquarius energy thing.