I don't really like this news item that I'm sharing right now . . .
This story is depressing and offers a tragic glimpse at the reality of American municipal politics amid a worsening economy.
Also . . .
Suicide is never a solution.
Moreover . . .
Per ushe we advise . . .
If anything "unfortunate" ever befalls TKC from now until 2075 . . . It was murder. Even if its ruled a "natural cause" and/or even if there's a note.
Accordingly . . .
Here's the postscript on a Detroit dude who got caught up in airport misdeeds and now pushes up daisies by his own hand . . .
The discovery Friday capped one of the most lucrative bribery cases in U.S. history and added a bitter ending to a court fight between prosecutors and defense lawyers over whether Warner would kill himself or flee while on bond.
"I am glad that Mr. Warner was free and spent the remaining years of his life with his family," U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts said in a statement to The Detroit News. She allowed Warner to remain free on bond after jurors returned a guilty verdict in summer 2019.
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Detroit - Federal agents found the body of former Detroit Metropolitan Airport supervisor James Warner on Friday, one day after he failed to surrender to start a 10-year federal prison sentence for bribery. U.S. Marshals Service deputies found Warner dead of an apparent suicide in the garage of his Commerce Township home on Friday morning, according to a court spokesman.