Dominick Dunne

https://nypost.com/2017/04/16/how-dominick-dunne-went-from-hack-novelist-to-star-reporter/ “There was no greater, cheaper, more compelling content.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_%C3%A0_clef — Before I could express my thoughts on Dominick Dunne I had to look into two other names: Truman Capote and Andy Warhol. Warhol was primarily a commercial artist and he was extremely successful at it. Capote is the more pertinent artist in relation to …

power, privilege, and justice

Detectives spent three years working on the investigation, which ultimately found that Michael Skakel had “in all probability killed” Moxley, according to Dunne’s characterization. The detectives hired the 24-year-old who ultimately met with Dunne to turn the investigation into a narrative. Rushton Skakel stashed the report away, according to Dunne. https://www.businessinsider.com/how-dominick-dunne-revived-interest-in-martha-moxley-2013-10 http://thesuttonreport.com/The%20Sutton%20Report/searchablesutton.html Steven Wayne Benson.

The Mormons, part 1 video

https://www.pbs.org/video/frontline-the-mormons-part-one/ This, Part 1, is exceptional. These people know what they are talking about and they are worth listening-to. The scene I remember most is the one of the single mother with two daughters and a son walking from Illinois to Utah. Earlier, or I think this woman was one of them, the episode told …

“Honestly, when I saw her, she just looked like a survivor.” Judy Veloz is right. She also said something–I thought it would be one of those soundbites that they repeat, but it was quick and only once–and it was not real articulate. You cannot let your story influence the story. https://www.cbs.com/shows/48_hours/video/dPxsGbwcqdlp45V7Uiv9NLRs81bVuX5k/what-ever-happened-to-mary-day-/ It gets back to …