How I was murdered in my own home and lived to pay for it.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Home Interview.

I am recalling now an event that took place in my parent's home at 4483 East Lake Road Wilson NY 14172 USA +1 (716) 751 - 6461, as I was making applications to attend college. This would be in my Sophomore or Junior year in High School, 1977 or 1978 was the year.

I made an application to the Department of Electrical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) 110 Eighth Street, Troy, NY USA 12180, +1 (518) 276-6000,

and this generated interest to the point two college advisers wished to make a home visit with my family and I. We agreed and they arrived to meet us as was arranged.

The discussions went along in a general fashion with some questions asked of me, and at some point the conversation turned to my father who was sitting in his throne, the usual place and the two men from RPI commented how they felt this was not going to work out. My father asked of them why not, and they made some references to the fact they felt there was a problem with the family dynamic. This quickly got into a problem since my father made a number of odd comments and the RPI people essentially said we feel you are standing in your son's way and this would be your fault Mr. Jones. As in they knew something was untoward before they arrived to meet me.

My father made essentially the same set of mistakes that he made with my great Uncle Art Baker in that he admitted he has people "helping" him with this, etc. The RPI people iterated that they felt this was not appropriate and that they would inform others and get them involved since they alluded to the fact they felt I'd be harmed. My father replied with threats made of and to them, and the whole charade was a disgrace.

In the end of it all this admits my father was harming me, investing in my failure, and that others had knowledge that this was ongoing.

Troy NY is a long way away from Wilson NY and yet these RPI men knew what was going on.

At some point I needed to be taken from this home and some kind of intervention needs to be done, even today I am being told my parents care about me and that this is all my fault etc. That of course is not so.

Others did act to protect my parents and to harm me and to suppress this witness.

Thorne Kontos was aware of this and he dropped out of RPI to enlist in the US Navy.

Thorne Kontos and I met while attending SUNY Buffalo.