Update on fallen climber – For those of you that Didn’t hear, we lost a climber, 73-year-old Milt Jenson who fell 50 feet on an amateur tower doing volunteer work, I added some new links , the full story is here; https://wade4wireless.com/2016/06/10/man-dies-from-fall-at-mt-lemmon/ to see the updated links.
Now the Kenneth Cleveland story:
AT&T is showing that they care when people get injured, maliciously, while working for them. This week they offered a $60K reward for the suspicious death of Kenneth Cleveland while working in Waco. Per their press release, “AT&T is offering a $60,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for Cleveland’s death. The company urges anyone with information to call Waco Police at 254-750-7589.” The official press release from AT&T can be found here.
Here is what I believe happened, from the stories, (all links are below for those of you who need more information), Kenneth Wayne Cleveland, a 61-year-old AT&T tech, was thought to have been electrocuted at a site, working alone apparently. That’s what police thought originally, but then the autopsy revealed that he died from violent injuries, according to the medical examiner. KPLCTV.com reports that Sgt. Patrick Swanton of the Waco police department said, “we realized there is something for us to question what happened. That’s what lead us to believe at this point that this is a murder case, not an accidental death.”
His body was found burning at the street when someone arrived. They are trying to find out what happened. It is so sad and something that we all need to band together to find out what’s going on. Help bring these people to justice if you know of anything.
Let’s be aware of what’s going on at the tower sites, this is a wake up call for all of you to be aware of who is around and what is going on at the sites. You need to take care of yourselves out there.
I remember one time when I went to a site there were 20 or so guys partying at a remote site in Summerdale, Pa, and the guys didn’t cause any problems, but I told them I was working on a state police radio, even though I wasn’t
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