Tim Buckley of Delaware County Sheriff's Department
finally wrote back to Barbara O'Sullivan (after she was told on Monday, April 25, 2016, by the Delaware County Sheriff's Department that he is preparing the report about investigation of her house fire and will call her back that same day).
Tim Buckley reportedly claimed to Barbara that "he was unable to locate a police agency who was at the scene", so the report cannot be made.
So, nearly a week after the fire - not only no reports, but the Delaware County Sheriff's Department pretends it does not know who even was on the site and who even was investigating that fire - if at all.
That is the department that
- buys horses for "crowd control" in the County with disappearing population,
- buys untrained imported pups for $7,000 to allegedly control the allegedly increased drug traffic, and
- does nothing to control an unlawfully hired police officer with a history of violence against women and animals, because that particular police officer is related to the District Attorney's similarly unlawfully hired investigator.
Instead, according to deposition of Officer Bowie, the Department "backs him up 100%" in both cases of assault on women, one of them was a vehicular assault on Barbara O'Sullivan, and even gives him free legal defense against Barbara's lawsuit.
Now, that very same particular Sheriff's Department pretends it does not know what police agency and who - if at all - investigated a house fire that suddenly consumed the entire house of a person who is suing that police officer.
As if there is a myriad hard-to-find police agencies in the area.
A perfect "sergeant Schultz" defense - "I did not see anything, I do not know anything".
Not good enough.
There were eyewitnesses claiming that they saw various police officers from various police agencies hovering around the site of the fire - and now nobody claims they were there?
Was the lack of investigation due to the fact that the Sheriff's Department was afraid to look, fearing what or rather who they might find as a result of that investigation?
There are only two suspects that I know who had the motive, opportunity, training, skill, rage and lack of integrity to commit the arson-by-explosion at Barbara's house.
Delaware County Sheriff's Department knows those names, too.
And knows who and how would have benefited by the deaths of Barbara O'Sullivan and/or Alecia Bracci.
And doesn't investigate.
As I said before, the case stinks, and it stinks more and more by the minute.
I will continue reporting on this case.