The Integrator

Independent blogger and whistle blower using “The Integrator”, a methodology that takes information from the past, with a timeline that challenges the inconsistencies in the statements of public officials, and looks at changing language on the Internet with a query of seed keywords (eg. missing child) and only related queries or sub-keywords, to predict with smallest margin of error tragic events. Many keywords, not just using Google Trends but Facebook scraping software, is designed to seek all data, such as names, geography, etc., of people that make threats about kidnappings, and especially mass shootings, very common verbally throughout history and now. Integration with Fourier predictions can be used to reinvent all known inventions, help discover, with the accidents they create, learning benefits, rewarded with recursive trial-and-then-reduce-errors rewards, such as merging words for truly original content independent of human content, designing remote control helicopters with better low elevation aerodynamics and bigger tires when bad weather requires terrestrial road travel. Not only are Google votes used to verify claims, but human and optical character recognition of ratings, comments on ratings and their ratings, 4-hour organic indexing to validate all stories much faster and better than “hear and confirm with second source” traditional journalism, but most importantly, the challenging of public officials, recursive and iterative man-machine indexing of claims, denials, and preponderance-of-the-evidence verdicts, for civil court, and “court of world opinions”.



  1. This writer will make challenges against the Polly Klaas Foundation (PKF), which since 1993, formed 17 days after her disappearance, and averages about $0.5-1 million per year in donations, because of a strict policy to only endorse legislation and pursue few other services for missing and exploited children, typically done far more effectively with radio stations that rally callers, people who fax, mail, and e-mail to do so for free and with higher conversion rate. On average, missing children foundations only can prove 5-10% of revenue go to the cause according a year 2000 study. Marc Klaas, the father, was fired from PKF in 1995 for conflict of interest, who started in 1994 after being told he was not allowed to work with Palm Springs civilian police technology think tank that challenged the PKF with a lawsuit in May, 1994. Gary Kinley, the founder of the PKF, responsible for the termination and the proposed suit, quit soon after Klaas was fired in 1995 without giving a reason.

  2. Donations and membership fees using escrow and third-party reputable, voted on source are being used to pay FBI $3,500 for database search, and what will be required for processing subpoenas and local private investigation work to seek arrests, indictments. and/or civil actions at alleged conspirators and co-conspirators. The FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies now increasingly work for competitive private sector revenue to combat declining tax revenues and can be the most formidable peace keeping force against public sector corruption, and more anticipated neglect, and a massive increase in the crime rate.

  3. This is the article rejected by with no explanation but a refund on Monday, 2/26/2018, when it is presumed lead managers returned to offices, first two rejections on Saturday, 2/24/2018, then modified to be 100% compliant with their terms of services, verified with non-anti-aliased screen shots:

    Investigations Against Police for Aiding and Abetting of Kidnapper-Murderer

    24-½-Year-Old Case Now Re-opened by Whistle-blowers, Private Deputized Investigators, and Involvement of FBI Sought
    An investigation by civilian specializing in police tech industry beginning in 1993 reopened investigation and case in 2017 to seek more information with help of concerned citizens about inconsistencies in public officials’ accounts of kidnap-murder of Polly Klaas, which lead to the biggest manhunt in world history, and the biggest reaction to a crime with many new laws passed, and many new jails and prisons built, with uncanny timing of alleged mis-enforcements, apparent cover-ups, and perceived benefits to criminal justice system, campaign contributors, foundations, and others for more abuse of power.

    See for private FBI funded investigation for conspiracy allegations.
    Polly Klaas (pronounced “class”) was kidnapped from her home in Petaluma, CA, and murdered in the Fall of 1993, leading to the largest manhunt in world history, right after many pleas to build more prisons and pass 3-strikes-you’re-out, a proposal from 1988. Petaluma was riddled with crime before she was abducted, with a park across the street from her house with a litany of drug and violent crimes that the Petaluma police department and Sonoma County DA did not intervene upon after numerous complaints, and is still the hot bed of a lot of crime many years later. When Polly was abducted (8 PM, October 1, 1993), the investigating detective with the Petaluma police department told TV reporters “We thought it was a child custody dispute, and it would clear up the next day”, even though it was clearly a stranger abduction with a break-in and two girls tied up at knife point, pillow cases placed over their heads, both parents accounted for within two hours, a description of Richard Allen Davis and his car, the abductor/murderer, but no attempt by the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department to put out an APB, the unnamed and potentially over-protected dispatcher saying “we did not want civilians and the media with scanners to hear the APB”, and the chief of the Petaluma Police Department made a similar comment for failure to put out a city-wide APB (see But the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department, like the Orange County Sheriff’s Department this writer was working with at the time, and most California police agencies had cell phones to potentially target all deputies with a single phone blast, or the ability to contact the two sheriff deputies who intercepted Davis at 10 PM, the same time both parents were accounted for when father Marc Klaas dispersed from ex-wife’s house, causing suspicions of a conspiracy, in the Kenwood area 25 miles to the north. Davis was drinking alcohol, and by his own admission later was heavily inebriated, with no attempts to check for a 502 violation, and his car was in a ravine after neighbor complained of seeing a “wild man” in her backyard. There were conflicting accounts of no attempt to do a warrant check, according to the Tri Valley Herald, and a second account about a suspension after a half-hour delay with slow computer to check for warrants according to the New York Times.The two deputies helped Davis get his car out of the ravine and released him to the road, where he drove further to the north, but may have returned to retrieve Polly where by his claim she was near the location but silent.
    Polly’s badly decomposed body, revealed with photos in 1995 trial, is this writer’s contention that misleading reports from Sheriff and DA that body was reported only partly decomposed when first discovered in December of 1993, causes grave concern as the same field officers tried to claim the $200,000 reward money from the actress Winona Ryder, when she made it clear that it would only go those who could be responsible for finding Polly alive, and therefore she rejected their solicitation. Polly was found under plywood on a trash heap on December 8, 1993 near Cloverdale, north of Kenwood. There were 54 million flyers of Polly and Davis’s composite sketch nationwide. A copy was removed by Davis in Ukiah, north of Cloverdale, causing a citizen to call police, which lead to an arrest, and an aggressive forced-confession that caused the deputies to find Polly’s body. She had been strangled with a rope around her neck and probably sexually violated as her legs were found spread far apart. Kidnappers usually kill their victims where they find the body, so she was in all likelihood alive in Kenwood. The parole officer for Richard Allen Davis was supposed to check on him every week, and he was not to leave San Mateo County, but he failed to do so for three weeks, and Davis was in violation of parole by being out of the county in Petaluma the whole time. When Davis was caught, the Sonoma County Sheriff, FBI, and other authorities, in at least two attempts tried to keep his name a secret, something highly unusual, especially for high profile cases. Shortly after Polly was found, a reporter asked a Sheriff spokesman who refused to release Davis’s name after many challenges, “Who is Richard Allen Davis?”, he replied, after surprise and looking to his superiors for approval, “That is the man we have in custody”.

    The case was remanded to Santa Clara County for a less prejudice jury with a conviction of first-degree murder with the sentence of death. The reaction lead to a crime bill that spent a massive amount of money on prisons nationwide, more police, correctional and parole officers, three-strikes-your-out in almost every state, and government report in 2011 about a 60-year low in the crime rate, whereas watchdog statistics at the time showed a higher crime rate than ever before, and more massive incompetence than ever before with missing children, especially parole officers. Stranger abductions are extremely common with a death rate and permanent disappearance rate, but impossible for media to account for. Only a small percentage can be reported with massive story competition.

    See for new proposal for near-instant news source reporting and confirmation with potentially billions of votes and ratings, ending allegation and single second source confirmation conundrum. Law suits involving Polly Klaas Foundation pending and expected for libel and fraud.


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