Monday, December 8, 2008

Mission Accomplished! The Kocis Murder Case Truth Revealed by Subtle Strategy and Strategic Tactics

We are pleased to announce that our mission to accomplish justice for the victim has been largely accomplished. The only remaining issue is the extent to which the hand of justice will weigh heavily on the person we believe is actually responsible for the physical murder of Cobra Video owner Bryan Kocis. The accomplice has been maneuvered by the wheels of justice to make the only play he rationally could this date, thereby saving himself from the gurney and the needle.

It can now be revealed that other Kocis case bloggers have inadvertently helped us to accomplish this goal, playing the parts we set for them and fulfilling the grand design of subtle strategy and strategic tactics. We thank them for helping us to accomplish the goal of justice even while some of them were led to believe that we were the "enemy" in this case.

We eagerly anticipate the coming in-depth book examination of the Cobra Video murder case, its implications for the gay video industry, and the undercover investigatory techniques used to motivate today's guilty plea on the part of Joseph Kerekes, which we are careful to note was as the accomplice to the crime, but not the actual killer.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

DeWayne in SD in undesirable position with no lube re: Bryan Kocis murder case

DeWayne in SD may have placed himself in an undesirable position with respect to the prosecution of Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes, an undesirable position with no lube.

I hear that the Avatar is digging deeply into this with the aim of getting DeWayne out of the game and getting justice for the defendants.

From his webchat tonite it's all about that little petition DewayneinSD "mounted" on his blog to get the FBI to inspect Cobra Video's 2257 Records, so that DewayneinSD may just be forcing prosecutors in Luzerne County to admit that they know Cobra Video's 2257 Records were not destroyed (or, at the very least, that prosecutors made no attempt to determine if in fact Cobra Video's 2257 Records were actually destroyed).

It is a given that the charges that Cuadra and Kerekes stole and destroyed Bryan Kocis' business records are based solely on prosecutors' "interpretation" of what Harlow Cuadra said on the Blacks Beach Tapes.

No one in Luzerne County appears to be claiming that they did an investigation and found that Bryan Kocis' business records were missing.

So, Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes are being charged with stealing and destroying Bryan Kocis' business records. However, Cobra Video is still in business.

What's up with that?

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Dangerous Case Law Precedent set in Kocis-Cuadra case by Arbitrary Ruling about Atty. Fannick

The Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas has just arbitrarily and capriciously REDEFINED what constitutes an implied or actual attorney-client relationship in disqualifying attorney Demetrius Fannick from defending Bryan Kocis murder co-defendant Harlow Cuadra.

It's a sad day for Pennsylvania jurisprudence that we hope will be overturned on appeal.

Now conflict counsel Stephen Menn, Michael Senape and Paul Galante will resume their roles as Cuadra's attorneys - which opens a whole new can of worms.

This case and its background and antecedents is weirder than any movie or soap opera - but there are lives at stake and a life lost. Hopefully the appellate court will reverse this ruling, which in our view sets a very dangerous precedent by allowing a court and prosecutors to essentially play both ends against the middle - while arguably jeapordizing the defendant's right to competent and timely counsel.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Why Harlow Cuadra will walk: Cuadra's letter and what Bryan Kocis told me in 2006 about his guilty plea being "cured"

Responding to all those asking us about Harlow Cuadra's chances of getting off with a light sentence, or even having the case against him dismissed, I will say this: As the last industry reporter to interview BOTH Cuadra and Joe Kerekes the day before their arrests on May 15, 2007, AND exchange detailed communication with them post incarceration, I have discovered something in one of Harlow's letters to me (of which I still have a copy) that ties in DIRECTLY to what the late murder victim BRYAN KOCIS told me by phone in 2006.

This was in regard to his guilty plea in 2002. It has a STRONG CONNECTION to what happened in regard to a little known case brought against a certain gay escort and Soviet bloc video maker who was in DEEP trouble in 2003 until a "cure" was found based on some highly creative negotiations and rumored payoffs...a precedent that very possibly provided the TEMPLATE for the resolution of the Kocis guilty plea in 2006.

I can't say more in view of my strong desire to see justice done and the legal process proceed in this case, but in closing I will make a VERY SIGNIFICANT CONNECTION for you all that almost ALL OTHER REPORTERS HAVE MISSED.

Here it is: It's widely acknowledged in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania that current President Judge Mark Ciavarella was Judge Michael Conahan's handpicked successor. Judge Michael Conahan was the judge overseeing Bryan Kocis' 2002 guilty plea AS WELL AS the judge who "revised" Bryan Kocis' guilty plea in 2006. The actual word Kocis used to me about this was "cured".

Think about that. It has NEVER been satisfactorily explained how Bryan Kocis could operate the business he did out of his house in a residential area OR how he managed to get his guilty plea reclassified and revised. It's simply UNPRECEDENTED. The ONLY POSSIBLE EXPLANATION resides in something that hasn't been admitted to or brought up in any of the depositions or legal filings publicly known to date, although DAMON believes there is SOMETHING locked in the judge's safe that could very well lead to the outright DISMISSAL of ALL charges against Harlow Cuadra EXCEPT being an accessory after the fact...and also lead to the successful prosecution of JOE KEREKES as the person I believe will be shown to be the actual killer, with the death penalty very likely being imposed on Kerekes.

Yes, Bryan Kocis' guilty plea was "cured" because there was a much LARGER issue involved, in my opinion...the true nature and extent of which may never be revealed, but whose possible use at trial (as Cuadra's Atty. Fannick will surely imply) will be enough to greatly mitigate or dismiss the case against Cuadra.

And yes, I believe that Harlow Cuadra and Bryan Kocis had PRIOR CONTACT, unknown and unrevealed, on a different basis than what you might think, specifically in 2006.

PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY for someone or some group much higher up on the food chain is at work here, in the KRUEZER VIEW.

That is my assessment. These are the words of DAMON KRUEZER.

Sunday, February 24, 2008


Missing Blogger "KM" with apparent ties to government agencies involved in the Bryan Kocis murder case may have been "terminated with extreme prejudice" contrary to what his then-partner "PC" has stated...DEVELOPING

THE KRUEZER has been researching the sudden and mysterious disappearance of the co-owner and investigative partner of the well known Handjtrial blog run by "PC" concerning the Kocis-Cuadra-Kerekes murder case. We have discovered strong indications that the person known as "KM" may well have not disappeared by his own choice as PC hastily and clumsily tried to say several months ago, but that KM may literally have been terminated with extreme prejudice because of what he had apparently found out about the case that his then-partner PC was not willing - or was paid - to publish.

An escort who died under mysterious circumstances in Washington last year may well be involved and according to our research, may actually have been KM himself, which would explain so much for those of you who like us, never bought into PC's story of KM's sudden retirement for reasons never made clear.

The truth in this matter may be darker than anyone can imagine, and if our research so far is validated all the way, then the resolution of the Kocis-Cuadra-Kerekes murder case may well depend on what we have discovered concerning the suddenly vanished KM, what he knew, when he knew it...and most of all, what he was planning on doing with this knowledge, based on his alleged connections to high-level government agencies involved in the case.

This could be the "Rosetta stone" that will unlock all the mysteries of this case...especially the identity of the person or company who THE KRUEZER believes actually put out a contract to terminate the late Cobra Video producer, BRYAN KOCIS, a conspiracy which used 2 Virginia Beach escorts who were deeply in debt as all-too-convenient patsies. RESEARCHING...

THE KRUEZER is pursuing this shocking development with full cyberforensic resources and talking with many people. DEVELOPING...

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Cuadra reportedly on prescription Abilify med to cope with anticipated "principal killer" accusation


Everything now depends on the January 30th hearing, as my sources inform me that both defendants Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes are in a "state of constant agitation and high anxiety" and that the psychotropic prescription drug "Abilify" may have been prescribed for Harlow Cuadra to "modify his increasingly erratic and depressive mood swings" according to my sources.

No doubt it's increasingly dawning on him that his former boyfriend Kerekes has already pointed the finger at him as being the so-called "principal killer" and thus the primary target of prosecutors for the execution gurney.

Says the Times-Leader in this revealing excerpt on January 22:

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for both suspects.

One of Kerekes’ attorneys, Mark Bufalino, had previously asked a judge to force prosecutors to reveal whether they believe Kerekes was the principal or accomplice. Bufalino needs to know, he said, because he believes it is legal to only seek the death penalty for a principal killer.
If prosecutors do not believe Kerekes is the principal killer, Bufalino indicated he could ask that prosecutors be barred from seeking the death penalty for Kerekes.

Luzerne County Assistant District Attorney Mike Melnick has said evidence in the case “fully suggests” both suspects could be principals in the case.

And in the court papers filed Tuesday by a team of prosecutors, they said they should not have to reveal who they believe is the principal killer and accomplice because “different inferences might reasonably be drawn from the evidence as to who nearly decapitated Mr. Kocis.” It should be a jury’s job, the prosecutors said, to determine principal and accomplice.

Court of Common Pleas Judge Peter Paul Olszewski Jr. will decide after a Jan. 30 hearing.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

New "Reversible Error" Precedent provides Judicial Hope for Harlow Cuadra and Joe Kerekes

Harlow Cuadra has been handed yet more grounds to claim "reversal error" by Luzerne County President Judge Mark Ciavarella assigning one of Bryan Kocis' former lawyers as Cuadra's counsel at the recent preliminary hearing.

New York Federal Judge Kaplan had already provided Cuadra with the grounds to claim that he and Kerekes were denied their right to legal counsel when Judge Kaplan dismissed all criminal charges against former KPMG employees citing the fact that Federal Prosecutors prevented the defendants from being able to afford the legal counsel of their choice.

Now, Judge Kaplan has issued an order holding that a criminal defendant must specifically WAIVE his right to "conflict free representation", that a Judge cannot merely unilaterally decide that an attorney's conflict of interest is not prejudicial to the defendant.

In other words, by the decision of a Federal Judge in New York on a similar "constitutional right issue", Harlow Cuadra must specifically WAIVE his right to "conflict free representation" in order for one of Bryan Kocis' former lawyers (Jonathan Blum) to continue as Harlow's lawyer.

At this point, The Kruezer believes that FRIENDS OF Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes who were holding back on their contributions to the Legal Defense Fund for Cuadra and Kerekes will now act to ensure that Private Attorneys file appeals for Cuadra and Kerekes to get all charges against Cuadra and Kerekes dismissed as a result of judicial errors by Luzerne County.