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Commentary Upon the Presentation of Evidence of the Bland, Young and Spencer Murders (“BYSM’s”) to the Police Department of the City of Chicago on 10/19/11, Report re What Becomes of it, and Some Questions in Re Such

Providence willing, RJM intends to supplement and/or supersede this document monthly or bi-weekly as the “Operation BYS Murder Investigation” develops but all such commentaries will consist more or less of streams of consciousness and remain no longer than what can be composed, posted and/or emailed within a 30-60 minute period, though this one took much longer to compose, unless some one would propose to sponsor the creation of a more extensive commentary in a given instance, in which case he or she would be welcome to contact RJM or the webmaster of the site referenced in the ULC of this document. First of all, there is a most useful quote on what exactly is supposed to constitute the scope according to the Supreme Court of the U.S. (“SCOTUS”) according to which grand jury investigations are supposed to be conducted which is herein excerpted from Branzburg v Hayes, (408 U. S. 688): “Because its task is to inquire into the existence of possible criminal conduct and to return only well founded indictments, its investigative powers are necessarily broad. ‘It is a grand inquest, a body with powers of investigation and inquisition, the scope of whose inquiries is not to be limited narrowly by questions of propriety or forecasts of the probable result of the investigation, or by doubts whether any particular individual will be found properly subject to an accusation of crime.’" Blair v. United States, 250 U. S. 273, 250 U. S. 282 (1919).

Amongst the unanswered questions in regard to the BYSM’s remain –

Document List of 10/25/11 Regarding the Posting and Transmitting of the Commentary Upon the Presentation of Evidence…Young…. (“D/L of 10/20/11”) A Y adjacent to a given entry indicates that the document corresponding whereto was included in what was posted online at the URL listed in the ULC of this document on 10/26/11 -submitted by Robert J. More, ISMA Br. #4 AAA