For 32 years, Cal Poly has contracted out with Jeff Radding to come on its campus and give free legal advise to its students and faculty.
Radding is also the attorney for Paul Flores, the suspect identified by Law Enforcement as the kid who abducted and killed Kristin, one of Cal Poly's own co-eds.
Kristin has never been found.
I called Cal Poly today and asked for a statement as to why they allow this to happen. My podcast is a recording of that phone call.
In February 2016 I received a truly explosive email from a Flores family member recounting horrific behavior of Paul Flores at a family Christmas gathering.
With her permission - I read for your two separate emails she sent me of her first-hand account of Paul Flores - the prime suspect in Kristin's disappearance.
That is all it took. First time in over 21 years a President of Cal Poly actually reached out and communicated with the the Smart family.
In that window of time - you could fight WW2 three and a half times.
For whatever reason Wednesday, September 15th marked the day that the tragedy of Kristin Smart rose high enough on the 'priority' level within the offices of the Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong (and his predecessors) to warrant a phone call to the missing students' parents.
Better late than never, I guess, but this is really a screaming embarrassment that should never go unnoticed.
Kristin rented a room at 274 Jayne Avenue in Oakland. In today's podcast - we take a closer look at each one of these roommates and some of their actions since Kristin vanished.
I do not believe they are responsible for her disappearance (but anything is possible) because I still think Jon Onuma and Jill Lampo at the very least are not telling us everything they know.
I actually got the chance to meet the idiot Flores family in the early days of my involvement with Kristin's case. This was back in late 1997 or early 1998.
In this podcast I share with you my 'first-hand' account of my intersection with the Family of Paul Flores from Arroyo Grande, Ca.
In this podcast, I discuss the 'Cold Canyon Landfill' lead, which was a theory that Kristin's father took very seriously at one point.
I do not think Kristin is there and I came to this belief after speaking with the supervisor of the Landfill a man named Kim.
It has always offended me that no Cal Poly Admin official has ever contacted the Smarts in 21 years since back to the day Kristin, one of their very own 'co-eds' was abducted from the heart of their campus.
Even the Undersheriff of San Luis Obispo said on national TV that 'at some point in time, there was a deceased human being in Flores' dorm room'.
In todays podcast - I share with you my the total lack of respect Cal Poly President Jeffrety Armstrong has shown towards the parents of one of hs own students.
Back in 1997 - I called Matthew Luque seeking contact information for his close friend, Kelly Strathman. Matthew's name was given to me by a co-worker of Kristien's at Spinelli's Coffee in San Francisco. Matthew had no idea who I was when his phone rang.
He was very polite to me after I introduced myself to him. The instant (literally) I mentioned 'Kristen Modafferi's name', Matt did a 180 and became very hostile and told me to never call him again. He then hung up the phone. It made no sense.
Come to find out that a few weeks later - Oakland PD raid suspect Jon Onuma and Jill Lampo's apartment and they find an address book with Matthew Luque's name in it.
Turns out that Jill Lampo broke up with Matthew Luque to start dating Jon Onuma.
Soon after Kristen's disappearance, Luque starts working at the same Spinelli's coffee shop that Kristen worked at.
Today we take a look at Cheryl Anderson-Manzer and look at her involvement with the Smart family in the 21 years since Kristin vanished.
We also want to HIGHLIGHT the very important fact that Cheryl is in NO WAY a suspect. To the contrary, the suspects actions in the early morning hours have wreaked havoc on Cheryl's life as well.
Bunk. Some Law enforcement people are of the opinion that Kristen was the victim of what are known as 'Sneaker Waves' that come crashing with such unexpected force that victims lose their balance, fall into the water and then swept out to sea. The Modafferi's have even been told to accept this theory as a probability and to go back to North Carolina and try and live their lives.
In this Podcast - I share with you my reasons why I am pretty certain that that did not happen to Kristen.