Riley’s Stats: A near record week.

14 Sep

Since Smalbany published the first article about Riley “Jeremiah” Kern, the young man who was killed in a tragic motorcycle-pickup truck accident on July 27, 2018, the coverage of our investigations into Travis D. Hagen, 48, of Coxsackie, NY, and the Coeymans Police Department, specifically their botched non-investigation and cover-up of the facts of the accident, we have forced Travis Hagen and Coeymnans Patrolman Ian FOARD and acting Coeymans Police Chief Daniel Contento into the headlights. Their reaction: Well Foard and Contento are like deer in your headlights; they don’t know which way to go. Travis Hagen has simply crawled back into the woodwork.

The bad news is the Foard, Conento, and Hagen are still free and walking the streets. No one is safe.

The good news is that Riley’s case has gotten near record attention and interest on an international scale.
We thought our readers would be interested in the stats so we’re sharing them soon.

Reader Figures Have Gone Thru the Ceiling!

The four articles getting all the attention at the expense of other important issues in the region are:

Those articles grew out of our interest and concern that a fatal accident on State Route 143 in Coeymans Hollow, practically on the Sycamore Country Club golf course grounds, received absolutely no media coverage and, when readers started asking Smalbany about the accident, Smalbany started asking questions. (See the footnote in our article, Three Articles on New Baltimore Scandals: Pick One or Read All.)

Riley was a local kid and attended RCS high-school until moving to Kansas with his mom and younger sister.. He had returned to New York, and was living with his father in Climax at the time of the accident. Riley was a very popular kid and had many loyal and loving friends in the RCS area. Riley was 19 when he died; his funeral was on his 20th birthday.

Whatever you want to call it, it’s open now!

When Riley’s mom contacted us and told us how so many obstacles were being put in her path, how many contradictions she was hearing, how the factoids didn’t seem to make any sense, we decided that she had gotten enough of a runaround and heard enough bullshit for one day. We know the area and the people involved, and we know their histories. We know what they are capable of and we knew that Riley’s mom didn’t deserve the treatment she was getting. She had just lost her son, and needed answers, not a runaround.

Hagen, Foard, Contento had opened a can of angry hungry worms and they were on the menu as of NOW!

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We’ll be publishing the updated statistics on Saturday, September 16, for the information of our readers. The interest shown is phenomenal. Now what we’d really like to see is all of our readers joining together in a show of support for Rye’s mom and his family. They are hurting in a number of ways and need our support. We’ll keep our readers informed in our updates and continuing coverage. Stay tuned!

Fact: Our posts are shared automatically on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook but those views are not counted here on WordPress. That means our numbers are even higher than our WordPress statcounter shows! On LinkedIn along almost 10,000 followers see our posts. On Facebook the figure might be tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands or even millions! We get the word out!




5 responses to “Riley’s Stats: A near record week.

  1. Hopefully Helpful

    September 14, 2018 at 5:05 pm

    Interested in helping out investigating this, if I can. Shoot me an email and maybe we can chat further?

    Liked by 1 person

  2. I let it it went

    September 14, 2018 at 9:53 am

    I’m very thankful you continue to investigate this. Your involvement, behind the scene conversations with me, and help with providing real evidence and my concerns to these blogs has helped in so many ways. It does surprise me the lack of positive comments/replies to the articles but it’s good to know people are at the very least reading the stories. I just want people out there to know that the things you have blogged about regarding Riley’s accident are not assumptions, there is documented evidence to backup every word, and the things you have posted have not been exaggerated in any way. You do put a lot of attitude into your post that maybe some have a hard time with but the things you report on are factual and come from the heart. Thank you for all you are doing!!!!!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Principal Editor

      September 14, 2018 at 10:02 am

      Our pleasure. We all have to do what we can in whatever ways possible.

      Sometimes attitude is good to get people’s attention. It’s not always our personal and preferred way of conversing about an issue but we find that a bit of the sensational attention grabbing wakes readers up and may even get them to think. We’ve been criticized for our style at times but those critics are looking at the surface and not at the message. Their loss; too bad.

      Perhaps if people did less criticizing and judging and took some action, things would get/be a hell of a lot easier.

      Thanks very much for your kind words. We appreciate them.

      The Editor

      Liked by 1 person

      • I let it it went

        September 14, 2018 at 10:20 am

        I agree!

        And by the way I love the attitude LOL

        Liked by 2 people


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