Hello my friends,
Here is my predicament:
It’s been 2 months since I have heard from my contact in local law enforcement, “Bill Rockland.” His last email said, “I can tell you things are being investigated. I am hoping for resolution soon.”
A few days ago, I wrote him the following email:
It’s been about 2 months since I have heard from you. Certainly, there’s been some progress in 2 months. What can you tell me?
“Bill,” how much longer do I have to worry that I am doing the wrong thing by putting my complete faith and trust in you, that you have alerted Homeland Security and Interpol to this huge National Security situation, because any day “Royce” could realize that he could be making a lot more money by bringing in terrorists instead of girls? How much longer do I have to fear for my son’s safety, by trusting that you are in the process of arranging my and his federal protection?
Please provide me with some concrete and substantial information.
So, I want the thoughts and ideas of the general public. On the one hand, it’s been a year and a half, isn’t it about time for arrests, if indeed there has been an investigation? Maybe Bill is just stringing me along, for some unknown purpose. Maybe he thinks I will just go away. Plus, I have heard lots of talk about the inefficiency of the cops and of Homeland Security. Maybe there has been and is an investigation, but the cops are simply incompetent. Or, maybe they are all being paid off?
On the other hand, maybe he’s telling the truth when he told me to be patient, that an investigation into such major allegations takes a long long time, that the FBI needs to make an airtight case that won’t be thrown out of court on a technicality.
If MSNBC gets back to me, I will have a decision to make. Do I give them all the information, including the real names, and let them investigate? They might blow the federal investigation, assuming there is one. IF there isn’t one, or if the investigation is just a few agents who look at the file once in a while then throw it back on their desks, then it would be a good thing for MSNBC to investigate, and their investigation could prod the cops into making arrests.
What do you think?????