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  15. Imagine having to protect your child’s grave.
  18. The family of Jacob Limberios is asking for the public’s assistance in helping them obtain justice for their son.  
  20. On Wednesday, May 1st at 7am, Sandusky County, OH will be attempting to exhume Jake Limberios for a second time against the wishes of Jake’s parents, Mike & Shannon Limberios. In protest of the exhumation being forced upon them, Michael Limberios intends on committing an act of civil disobedience by lying across his son’s grave.
  22. Mike and Shannon Limberios are asking for the public to help in this peaceful protest by gathering with them at the cemetery to nonviolently block this despicable effort to dig up Jake -again!  
  24. The Sandusky country Sheriff’s department will be in attendance and Sheriff Kyle Overmyer has provided his assurance there will be no arrests as long as all participants remain peaceful and refrain from using any verbal or physical violence.
  26. ****LOCATION, DATE & TIME****
  28. Wednesday, May 1st - 7:00 AM
  30. Castalia Cemetery
  31. 407 Bardwell Rd
  32. Castalia, OH 44824
  33. Map: 407 Bardwell road Castalia,OH 44824
  38. You can also help the Limberios family find out the truth about what happened to Jacob by signing this petition requesting that the Ohio Attorney General’s Office take over the investigation of Jacob’s death. https://www.change.org/petitions/ohio-attorney-general-mike-dewine-take-authority-over-the-jacob-limberios-shooting-saga-investigation
  43. Jacob Limberios died by gunshot wound to the head on March 2, 2012 at around 9:30 P.M. Jacob was hanging out with three other acquaintances in a house the night he was shot. The three witnesses, along with Jacob, all took a turn test firing a gun in the backyard of the house prior to Jacob’s death. Alcohol was consumed prior to the test firing. After test firing the gun, Jacob and the three witnesses went inside the house. At that time, Jacob completely unloaded the gun onto the floor. One of the witnesses at the house picked both the casings and the live round up from the floor. Apparently, Jacob then reloaded the live round into the gun. Jacob then handed the gun to another witness whom requested to see the gun again. The gun was supposedly passed around among the three witnesses. One of the witnesses admitted that Jacob warned the others to be careful because a live round was in the chamber.
  45. Around that time, Jacob was shot in the head. All three of the people at the house contended that Jacob shot himself.
  47. Within minutes of the shooting, the Sandusky County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to the scene. Two officers were the first to arrive at the scene, and within an hour, the Sandusky County Sheriff also arrived. At one point, the Officers were heard laughing over Jacob’s dead body, with one of them questioning who was going to pick up the bill for clean up. This occurred while Michael Limberios, Jacob’s father, stood outside the house in the freezing cold, in shock and grieving the loss of his son.
  49. In violation of its own standard procedure, no Detective was called to the scene that night. In addition to not calling a qualified investigator to the scene, the Sheriff’s Department: did not separate the three witnesses; did not call in the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation; did not call in the Coroner; did not require the witnesses to take a breathalyzer, or otherwise determine their blood/alcohol content; did not collect the evidence that would assist in determining the amount of alcohol that had been consumed; allowed one of the witnesses to change her clothes at the death scene without taking them into evidence; allowed another witness to throw away his blood-splattered shoes in the Deputy’s presence; did not retrieve the bullet from the attic of the residence; did not collect DNA or fingerprints from the witnesses; did not submit the gun for testing, or otherwise having appropriate tests conducted; did not take measurements of the room, did not document the location of physical evidence in the room, did not document the location of the bullet hole in the ceiling, and/or did not document the location of where the bullet lodged in the attic; did not collect and preserve Jacob’s clothing; did not require Jacob’s body to be properly examined to gather valuable forensic evidence; and allowed Jacob’s body to be removed, embalmed and buried within a matter of days.
  51. Further there were several inconsistencies with the statements given by the three witnesses in the house that night. In particular, at least one witness stated that Jacob warned the others that the gun was loaded but later contended that Jacob may not have known the gun was loaded. The assertion that Jacob may not have known the gun was loaded was adopted by the Sheriff’s Department and the Coroner in their official reports. In fact, on Jacob’s Death Certificate, the Sandusky County Coroner specifically stated: “deceased shot self in the head, may not have realized the gun was loaded.”
  53. Further, two of the witnesses at the house told investigators that Jacob was facing the sofa at the time of the shooting. This could not be true because it was physically impossible for the shooting to have occurred in the manner described given the layout of the room and considering that the entry wound was on the top, left side of Jacob’s skull. In order for Jacob to be facing the couch he would have had to have been facing a westerly direction, and the bullet would have traveled towards the north or west side of the residence. However, in reality the bullet traveled toward the south side, went into the ceiling, and lodged in a beam in the attic.
  55. Also, troubling, the three people that witnessed the shooting admitted that the gun was moved (after the 9-1-1 dispatcher told them not to move it).
  57. The Sandusky County Coroner’s ruling of “suicide”, yet contending that Jacob “may not have realized the gun was loaded”, was based on the contentions of the Sheriff’s Department after the Sheriff’s Department did not call a qualified Detective to the scene of Jacob’s death, did not properly collect evidence, and freely permitted the destruction of valuable evidence. Further, the Sandusky County Coroner made the determination of essentially accidental suicide, which to this day he sticks by, without examining the death scene, without examining Jacob’s body, without gathering or reviewing any forensic evidence, and without talking to a single witness.
  59. Renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht has declared that the Sandusky County’s Coroner’s ruling on Jacob’s death certificate was wrong. Dr. Cyril Wecht determined that, based upon his observations of the forensic autopsy he performed on Jacob’s body in September 2012, Jacob’s death was by homicide. Such observations included a lack of “stippling” at the entry wound site. Dr. Wecht stated as follows. “(i)n my professional opinion, based on a reasonable degree of medical and scientific certainty, there is no way that Limberios could have shot himself, either by accident or with suicidal intent. The shot had to be fired by someone else, and that Jacob’s death was a result of a homicide.”
  61. After the investigation was closed initially the night of Jacob’s death, Jacob’s family continued to question the circumstances of Jacob’s death. However, despite the family’s continuing questions, the Sheriff’s Department refused to conduct any further investigation, declaring the investigation “over” on April 9, 2012. Jacob’s parents were forced to hire Counsel. Over the course of the next few months, Counsel repeatedly tried to contact the Sandusky County Coroner, who refused to talk or communicate with Counsel. In addition, Counsel repeatedly asked the Sandusky County Prosecutor to conduct an autopsy of Jacob. Those requests were refused.
  63. After several months of requesting Sandusky County officials to conduct a proper investigation into the death of their son, and continuous refusal to do so, Jacob’s parents, Michael and Shannon Limberios, were forced to file a case on October 19, 2012 (over seven months after Jacob’s death). Finally, on November 2, 2012, it seemed that Sandusky County was going to reopen the investigation into Jacob’s death. However, to date, and over a year after Jacob’s death, it seems that Sandusky County still has not conducted a meaningful investigation into his death.
  65. The Sandusky County Prosecutor and his successor have sought delays in Jacob’s family’s search for the truth, have accused them and their Counsel of manufacturing evidence, have publicly suggested that Michael and Shannon Limberios “bought and paid for” results of the autopsy report that suggested Jacob did not kill himself, have publicly suggested that they have evidence to support their untenable position that Jacob shot himself but have not shared what that evidence is. Even more so, Sandusky County has refused Michael and Shannon Limberios’ requests to have the as the Ohio Attorney General come in and take over the investigation.
  67. All of the above actions have taken a tremendous emotional and economic toll on Michael and Shannon Limberios. They have repeatedly stated that all they want is to know what happened to their son on the night that he died. With each passing day Michael and Shannon Limberios suffer more grief, not only from the loss of their son, but also from what seems to be the repeated and incessant refusal of Sandusky County to conduct a meaningful investigation which would give them the answer to what happened to Jacob. Given this, they have not even begun to heal from their horrible loss.
  69. Due to the inadequate, incompetent, corrupt, and heartless practices of Sandusky County officials, the only avenue that will lead to the truth of how Jacob died is through the organization and action of his family and friends, those who truly want justice.
  71. Jacob's daughter deserves to know what happened to her daddy. His family and friends need to know what happened to their fiancé, son, brother, nephew, cousin, uncle and buddy. Jacob's name needs to be cleared so that other families can have some kind of assurance that this atrocity cannot, will not, happen to them.
  76. Whether or not Jake died by his own hand, the following laws were still broken by the three witnesses.
  78. Ohio Revised Codes:
  79. 2921.32: hinder the discovery
  80. 2921.12: false statements; tampering with evidence
  81. 2921.13: falsification, make false statements
  82. 2921.31: obstructing official business
  83. 2921.32: obstruction of justice
  84. 2921.15: handling a firearm after consuming alcohol
  89. Witnesses should not be d0xd or otherwise be disturbed. Our focus is on holding Sandusky County’s feet to the fire.
  91. The following information was made public by Sandusky County and is being provided here as an information resource. Any private information within any audio or text evidence is public information provided by Sandusky County.
  93. The audio following audio is from investigative interviews conducted by Sandusky County officials. Special Prosecutor Dean Henry tried to have this information sealed and described these witness statements as being "absolutely consistent".  
  96. Witness - BRITTANY BOWERS
  98. This is the verbal statement of Brittany Bowers with Captain Meggit.
  100. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/tjQew6-X/Brittany_no_ssn.html
  102. This is the audio from 911 dispatch, the call was made by Brittany Bowers on March 2, 2012 at 9:33 p.m. This recording is very graphic listen at your own discretion.
  104. http://www.4shared.com/music/O7nuARgd/01_Track_1_1.html
  106. Brittany Bower's interview with Bill Kaiser from June 2012. Bill Kaiser was a retired part time detective chosen by Prosecutor Tom Stierwalt to head up the second of four investigations.
  108. http://www.4shared.com/music/baa6Vmoy/Kaiser_Bowers_audio.html
  110. This is the interview between Brittany Bowers and Detective Zach Zender in November of 2012. Take note that Brittany refers to that evening as "...the night of the murder..."
  112. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/Rg5vXsL4/_1_Brittany_Bowers_11-08-2012.html
  114. Original polygraph results from Brittany Bowers, conducted by Steven J. Stechschulte
  116. http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/0162097103.jpg
  118. VIDEO: Court staffer meets with witness: FREMONT — The Justice for Jake Facebook group posted video they say shows a court official having an improper meeting with a key witness. http://www.sanduskyregister.com/article/limberios-shooting-saga/3651571 That witness is identified as Brittany Bowers, per this comment left on the Justice for Jake Facebook page by Bowers herself. http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/0275684325.jpg and http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/8632623956.jpg
  121. Witness - WILLIAM LEWIS
  123. Verbal statement of William Lewis with Captain Meggit.
  125. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/61nIxrgI/will_no_ssn.html
  127. This is a recording of the interview between William Lewis and Detective O'Connel taken the same day as Brittany's in November of 2012.
  129. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/8ZWDxmhs/William_Lewis_11-08-2012.html
  131. This is an image of a status update William Lewis made to his Facebook on June 10, 2012, in which he quoted lyrics from Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody. Specifically, “If I’m not back by this time tomorrow….Carry on, carry on. -Queen”.  Williams deleted the post shortly after he put it up, which was also the day after meeting with retired detective Bill Kaiser and agreeing to take a polygraph. The post was brought into question by Detective O'Connel during their interview.  Lyrics from Bohemian Rhapsody are included in the image for reference.
  133. http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/4328848252.jpg
  135. Original polygraph results from William Lewis, conducted by Steven J. Stechschulte:  http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/2805345208.jpg
  138. Witness - EVAN NEIDLER
  140. This is Evan Neidlers verbal statement the morning of March 3rd, the morning after the night of the shooting.
  142. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/lDQkVEu4/Evan_Neidler_Verbal_Statement.html
  150. Detective, Feemont Police Department
  152. Cell phone number is: (419) 680-1296
  154. Sean O’Connell was appointed to head up Dr. Wukie's coroner's inquest and  is insisting that it is a necessity for him to ride in the hearse along with Jacob's body to Toledo at the time of the second exhumation.  The Justice for Jake Facebook page makes the following statement:
  156. “The thought of this pathetic excuse for a man being anywhere near Jacob's body is an abomination for anyone who knew Jake, or at least respects the justice system.” https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=452379984836108&id=438339189573521
  158. This is a phone call conversation between Mike Limberios and Detective Sean O'Connell. This call was recorded on Feb. 25, 1:37 p.m. O'Connell states that he had spoken with Dean Henry earlier that day, and that he does know what happened for sure. This is the same phone call that was reported in the Sandusky Register on Tuesday March 26th 2013. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/Dts018Mz/130225_002.html
  160. This is a recorded phone call between Mike Limberios, Jakes father, and Zach Zender. This call was recorded on March 22nd 2:06 p.m. One month prior to this phone call detective Sean O'Connell stated that he was going to close the investigation, there was no more that he could do. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/5YHgpulq/zach_zender.html
  162. Brady Gasser's conversation with Detective Sean O'Connell, which took place at the Loop in Tremont, Cleveland, Ohio on April 4th, 2013. This is the conversation that was referred to in the discussion on Sandusky Register's Between the Lines. Brady Gasser is a friend of Jake Limberios and one of the administrators for the Justice for Jake Facebook page.  Audio is low quality.
  164. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/VdS0D5vJ/130404_002.html
  166. This is a meeting between Mike and Shannon Limberios, their lawyer Dan McGookey, and Detective Sean O'Connell of the Fremont Police Department. This meeting took place on November 7th of 2012 after Detective O'Connell was appointed to head up Dr. Wukie's coroner's inquest.
  168. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/gRYuvL2H/McGookey_meeting_11-07-2012.html
  170. Sandusky Register Article: Sandusky County deputy knows who killed Jacob Limberios
  172. Lead detective says investigation of March 2012 death is finished and "we do know what happened for sure." http://www.sanduskyregister.com/article/limberios-shooting-saga/3507456
  174. Sean O'Connell approached an individual whom in a sworn affidavit stated that they heard a witness state something that was contradictory to the finding that Jake shot himself.  O'Connell told this person that they would get into serious trouble for doing so because he (O'Connell) "knows" that Jake shot himself. http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/2950887737.jpg
  179. Special Prosecutor
  180. deanhenry@bright.net
  181. Telephone number is: (419) 448-4575
  182. Fax:(419) 448-0543
  183. Address: 187 South Washington Street, Tiffin, OH 44883
  185. Dean Henry was assigned as a Special Prosecutor for the criminal case (why is there a Special Prosecutor for a criminal case when Jacob Limberios death is ruled as a suicide?) He also represents Dr. John J. Wukie in the civil filing brought against him by Mike & Shannon Limberios.
  187. Dean Henry refuses to discuss the issue of his dual function in the Jacob Limberios case and what is an obvious conflict of interest. http://www.sanduskyregister.com/article/limberios-shooting-saga/3543381
  189. This is the motion calling for the removal of Dean Henry as the special prosecutor and requesting the appointment of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine as the new special prosecutor.
  191. http://www.sanduskyregister.com/sites/www.sanduskyregister.com/files/Limberios_motion_to_remove_.pdf
  193. This is a copy of an email from Dan McGookey to Special Prosecutor Dean Henry on March 26, 2012 asking for Henry to put his concerns regarding witness harassment in writing. In his reply to McGookey, Dean Henry refuses the request: http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/3066838010.jpg
  195. This is a copy of an invoice from March 2013 in which Dean Henry billes $8,456 for services rendered in defending the lawsuit brought by Mike and Shannon Limberios against county coroner John J. Wukie, while simultaneously being assigned as the Special Prosecutor for the (currently nonexistent) criminal investigation into Jake’s shooting. http://www.sanduskyregister.com/sites/www.sanduskyregister.com/files/Statement_Limberios.pdf
  197. Sandusky Register Article: Dean Henry billed $8.5K to Sandusky County in March: Special prosecutor declines comment in Limberios investigation; offers vague criticism of news coverage: http://www.sanduskyregister.com/article/limberios-shooting-saga/3529311
  199. VIDEO: “Between the Lines” interview with Sandusky County sheriff Kyle Overmyer and Dean Henry. Interviews start at the 20-minute mark: http://www.sanduskyregister.com/blog/blog-betweenthelines/3253471
  201. Sandusky Register Opinion: Dean Henry should step down from Limberios probe: http://www.sanduskyregister.com/blog/blog-betweenthelines/3506006
  203. Sandusky Register Article: Limberios investigation remains incomplete: Special prosecutor says report will be released when probe of March 2012 death is complete. http://www.sanduskyregister.com/article/limberios-shooting-saga/3488281
  206. DR. JOHN J. WUKIE
  208. Sandusky County Coroner
  210. Telephone number is: (419) 332-7321
  212. Address: 715 South Taft Avenue, Fremont, OH 43420
  214. Dr. John J. Wukie’s specialty Emergency Medicine and he is the Coroner for Sandusky County. Dr. Wukie made the determination that Jacob Limberios death was caused by accidental suicide, which to this day he sticks by, without examining the death scene, without examining Jacob’s body, without gathering or reviewing any forensic evidence, and without talking to a single witness. Mike and Shannon Limberios have filed a civil action against Dr. Wukie in an effort to obtain a change to the cause of death listed on Jake’s death certificate. Dr.
  218. Polygraph Examiner from Bowling Green Ohio
  220. Steven J. Stechschulte conducted polygraph examinations on William Lewis and Brittany Bowers.
  222. Stechschulte’s methods were questioned by Mark Handler a polygraph expert from Kentucky.
  224. Copies of Handler’s letters: http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/3013648123.jpg http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/8900205514.jpg
  226. Ronald K. Barndollar, a former C.I.A agent, stated "Conclusions of polygraph examiner Stechschulte of truthfulness on the part of Brittany Bowers and William Lewis should not be relied upon in this case." Copy of Barndollar’s conclusion: http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/6623353754.jpg page 1
  228. http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/2338449903.jpg page 2
  230. http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/8609645692.jpg page 3
  235. Bill Kaiser is a retired part time detective chosen by Prosecutor Tom Stierwalt to head up the second of four investigations. He interviewed Brittany Bowers.
  243. Dan McGookey is the attorney representing Michael and Shannon Limberios has filed a civil case on their behalf against coroner Dr. John J. Wukie in an effort to have Jake’s death certificate changed from ‘suicide’ to ‘homicide’.
  245. Letter from Shannon Limberios to Prosecutor Tom Stierwalt on May 1, 2012. She has never received a response from Prosecutor Stierwalt or his office. http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/2606372530.jpg
  247. Letter from Dan McGookey to Prosecutor Tom. Stierwalt on May 9, 2012, two months after Jake’s death, and the family is still requesting that an autopsy be done. http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/4265548924.jpg
  249. Video Interview: Dan McGookey provides details of investigative failure in the death of Jacob Limberios: http://livestre.am/4pT9U
  254. Independent Medical Examiner – Forensics
  256. Mike and Shannon Limberios had their son exhumed and hired Dr. Cyril Wecht to do an independent autopsy when their repeated requests were denied by the county.
  258. This is a link to the key pages of Dr. Wecht's autopsy report. http://www.4shared.com/folder/quQSPf7o/Wecht_Autopsy.html
  260. Note: Dean Henry stated he finds it suspicious that Dr. Wecht did not explicitly state that he found the death to be a homicide in the report, but did so 3 months later in a subsequent letter. Dean Henry's strategy is to punch holes in our evidence, and this is a crucial hole that he is attempting to punch open. Notice that on the cover page, Dr. Wecht states, "I believe the pathological diagnoses are self-explanatory. However, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me". When the subsequent letter that was written 3 months later in more explicit phraseology, it was after Greg Majoy requested that Dr. Wecht did so. On page 6, Dr. Wecht states that, "No stippling pattern is seen. There is no powder burning in the surrounding skin". On page 10, Dr. Wecht states, "...definite blackening of the edge of one of the bones, consistent with deposition of soot. Soot is also seen in the subperiosteal rim of this same fragment". This soot is not to be confused with stippling, as Dr. Wecht clearly explains in his interview on Between the Lines Live..
  261. Affidavit from Dr. Cyril Wecht in which he goes into great detail elaborating why a second autopsy would have no evidentiary value in the current investigation. Note: no one from Sandusky County has expressed why their request for a second exhumation is necessary or reasonable. http://www.4shared.com/office/F-kAloMT/affidavit_of_cyril_wecht.html
  263. Copy of court filing in which Dr. Wecht states that Jake Limberios could not have shot himself, either accidentally or on purpose: http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/5241718607.jpg
  265. Copy of a letter from Dr. Wecht stating that the death was a result of homicide: http://www.sanduskyregister.com/sites/www.sanduskyregister.com/files/wechtpathcyrilwecht.com_20121212_142603.pdf
  267. Copy of a letter from Dr. Wecht stating No gun powder in tissue sample; incontrovertible scientife evidence  that some else fired the shot that that killed Jake and that this matter MUST be pursued.  http://www.sanduskyregister.com/sites/www.sanduskyregister.com/files/Wecht.pdf
  269. Copy of letter from Dr. Wecht criticizing Special Prosecutor Dean Henry in the Limberios case. http://www.sanduskyregister.com/sites/www.sanduskyregister.com/files/wecht_to_Henry.pdf
  271. VIDEO: “Between the Lines” interview with Dr. Cyril Wecht regarding his findings: http://www.sanduskyregister.com/blog/blog-betweenthelines/3554221c
  273. This is an image taken from a video of Jake shooting the same gun that took his life. You can see the explosion that comes out of the end of the gun, this would surely leave stippling if it was fired anywhere close to his head. http://easycaptures.com/fs/uploaded/620/1695135352.jpg
  278. Sandusky Register coverage: http://www.sanduskyregister.com/limberios-shooting-saga
  280. Sandysky Register Article: Family wants judges to step aside: Citing court rules and conflicts, attorney Dan McGookey plans to file a motion today asking Sandusky County judges Barbara Ansted and John Dewey to step aside in Limberios criminal investigation. http://www.sanduskyregister.com/article/limberios-shooting-saga/3620896
  281. Judge removes herself from inquiry: No court case exists; no charges filed for death: http://www.thenews-messenger.com/article/20130425/NEWS01/304250035/Judge-removes-herself-from-inquiry?nclick_check=1
  283. Investigator: Expert calls teen suicide 'a homicide': Pathologist says a teenager's death not a suicide. Video: http://www.wkyc.com/video/default.aspx?bctid=2211013306001
  285. Castalia teen’s body exhumed, parents ask for homicide ruling: Article: http://www.toledonewsnow.com/story/21613962/castalia-teens-body-exhumed-parents-ask-for-homicide-ruling
  287. Sandusky Register Article: Sandusky Co. plans to dig despite family's wishes: Mike and Shannon Limberios are running out of time and options in their fight to protect their son’s body from a second exhumation. ““I’m begging for help to stop this,” Mike said” http://www.sanduskyregister.com/article/limberios-shooting-saga/3660006
  289. Sandusky Register Article: Don't dig, step aside: http://www.sanduskyregister.com/blog/register-viewpoint/3636696
  294. Justice for Jake is offering a $5,000 reward to anyone who provides new information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who shot Jake. To report such information, please call (419) 502-7223. All phone calls will be strictly confidential. The caller’s express written approval will be required to divulge any information given.
  299. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=641051242578291
  302. Information in this paste was obtained from news articles and the Justice For Jake Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Justice-for-JAKE/438339189573521
  304. This paste was prepared by Michelle L. McKee and Alexandria Goddard in support of a request for the public’s assistance in seeking justice for the death of Jacob Limberios. This request for assistance was made by the Limberios family by and through their attorney Dan McGookey.
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