This page will be dedicated to odds, ends and random thoughts pertaining to the Julie Monson case. This is a case filled with oddities, rumors and innuendo. Many of the pieces don’t seem to fit anywhere. They’ve found a home. Here.
Many of the corruption claims that are flitted around about the Cayuga County judicial system are centered around three overturned murder cases: The George Sedor murder case, the Julie Monson murder case and the Sabina Kulakowski murder case.
In all… Continue reading
Three things freed Thomas Bianco from prison: Tireless work from his defense team (including his wife), the discovery of 30 lines in an original police report, and a judge’s accusations that the DA who prosecuted the case was a corrupt… Continue reading
If you want to get away with murder, go to Cayuga County.
That’s been a long-held truism for those of us fortunate enough to call this area our home. It must be true; after all, Johnny Carson said so, right?… Continue reading
Police didn’t have much to go on when Julie Monson was discovered missing. Her car was found on Prospect Street, near the intersection of Brister Avenue. The car keys to her parents’ 1981 Chevette were found on the lawn… Continue reading
John Bazarnik was an important witness in the trial against Thomas Bianco, testifying Bianco admitted he may have killed Julie Monson. When Bazarnik married in 1987, Bianco was in prison for the murder, and Bazarnik’s best man was Frank Calescibetta,… Continue reading