The Billy Smolinski case. Eight years with no answers

The Billy Smolinski missing person / homicide case in CT is a tale of police negligence and malfeasance, challenged by citizen action, public commentary and investigative reporting.

Eight years into the case, it now appears efforts are being coordinated by Connecticut’s Deputy Chief State’s Attorney, Len Boyle, a former federal prosecutor and state police commissioner. It remains to be seen whether all the local, state and federal agencies who have information on the case will share it and solve what seems to be an eminently solvable case.

I’ve been following the case for the New Haven Register.

Law enforcement makes new promises

Nurse says she saw his truck around time of disappearance

3 Responses to The Billy Smolinski case. Eight years with no answers

  1. glamour kitty Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 12:37 am #

    Can you remember details of a car driving by 8 years ago?  I doubt the lady’s memory.

    • A .White Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 10:05 pm #

      Read the whole thing again, especially the circumstances, and then you’ll “get it”

      • glamour kitty Wed, May 23, 2012 at 11:57 pm #

        I read it, and I still doubt it.  Sounds like someone looking for 15 seconds of fame!
        8 years later, she knows exactly what day and time the autos drove by.  Ridiculous!