After October 27, 2009 there are several inconsistences the King family believes may indicate a lack of cooperation between the various investigating personnel. Two events took place during the meeting which should have warned us about the validity of these concerns.
Prior to the meeting Kym Worthy, the Wayne County Prosecutor, was upset because the Task Force had apparently not advised her of the meeting. Fortunately, Cathy had written requesting her presence. In retrospect, I have no knowledge whether Worthy’s concern was valid, but there was no reason why both prosecutors should not have been present if one of them was present.
I was also concerned because no representative from the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office or the various Oakland police agencies were present. I noted this in my November 9, 2009 to Captain Harold Love as follows:
“We are confused as to the current members of the Task Force, particularly because there were no Oakland County Law enforcement personnel or FBI representatives at the conference.”
Several times in the remainder of this story I will make reference to facts indicating disputes between the various authorities indicating they may have been more interested in who solves the case than solving the case.
The King family agreed to take no further action until December 1, 2009. I exchanged voicemails with Dave LewAllen of Channel 7 in November and agreed to meet with him on December 1, 2009. Channel 7 interviewed Ericia McAvoy and me on December 3, 2009. Thereafter, at the request of Wayne County, the King Family agreed to take no further public action until after April 1. This all ended with the March 1, 2010 phone call from Jessica Cooper closing the case on Busch and his companions.by