The Dreams of Ada - Chapter 9, Investigator Summary & Analysis

Bob Mayer
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Chapter 9, Investigator Summary and Analysis

Wyatt hired investigator, Richard Kerner. The first thing Kerner did was to look up all newspaper articles on disappearances of convenience store clerks. Kerner then went to the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety and got copies of the driving records of other suspects Tommy Ward mentioned to see if moving violations put them in Ada on or around April 28. This also gave Kerner a description of vehicles belonging to these suspects. However, no suspicious trucks appeared at this point. In Ada, the defense attorneys got their first look at Judge Powers when he called them into court to discuss their motions. A few days later, Kerner was in Seminole talking with the detective in charge of the Hamilton case. While the detective agreed there might be a connection between the two cases, he had no leads in the Hamilton...

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