The 4 things you can do in the Dee Ann Warner case to make your voice heard. These are some recommended steps to take that you need to know about.
Dee Ann Warner disappeared from her Michigan home on April 25, 2021. She was a mother of five and a grandmother and a successful business woman in her community as the owner of her own trucking company. Dee’s husband, Dale, was the last person to see her alive. Her body has not been found, and no arrests have been made in the case.
In the 19 months since Dee disappeared, a large amount of documented evidence has surfaced pointing to who committed the crime. There is also documented evidence of fiduciary crime circling the players in this case as well. The Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office had the case for more than a year – and made no arrest — before it was passed to the Michigan State Police several months ago.
Dee’s case is garnering national and international attention. The Discovery + television network recently featured Dee’s case on their ID program. It’s been featured on many episodes of The Interview Room with Chris McDonough on YouTube and on this blog. Dee’s family is seeking answers and justice. In March 2022, Dee’s brother, Greg Hardy, brought in Investigative Atty. Billy Little Jr. and Chris McDonough to investigate the case. Evidence was uncovered and turned over to the authorities.
This post is about the 4 things you can do to make your voice be heard in the Dee Ann Warner case.
Stunning New Facts In The Case
New information in the case has just been released. It shows that Dee’s husband, Dale Warner, and his bookkeeper named Mark Weisberg, allegedly committed fraud to receive a $1.4 million SBA (Small Business Administration) Covid relief loan forging Dee’s signature.
First, Dale applied for the $1.4million loan, and Mark Weisberg handled the negotiation with the SBA. But the SBA required signatures from both Dale and Dee Warner. So Weisberg allegedly submitted a copy of Dee’s driver’s license — after she was killed — to the SBA. Then Weisberg electronically signed for Dee in order for Dale to get the loan. Finally, the SBA sent the first installment of $500,000 to Dale’s company on Nov. 9, 2021. Soon after, Dale apparently lent himself the $500,000. In March 2022 when the SBA released another $929,000 to Dale’s company, he repeated his past practice of lending himself the $929,000.
According to Little Jr., here is a list of the crimes for the SBA fraud: Federal and state laws against theft by fraud (Michigan Penal Code 750.218); Federal and state laws against forgery (Michigan Penal Code 750.249); Federal and state laws against operating a criminal enterprise (Michigan Penal Code 750.159i: A person who has knowingly received any proceeds directly or indirectly…). Any person who accepts money or property who has a reason to know it was stolen is also criminally liable (Michigan Penal Code 750.535: “A person shall not buy, receive, possess, conceal, or aid in the concealment of stolen, embezzled, or converted money, goods, or property knowing, or having reason to know or reason to believe, that the money, goods, or property is stolen, embezzled or converted.”
Steps you can take
- Anyone can call the national SBA Fraud hotline at 800-767-0385. To report fraud and abuse of an SBA program click here. Scroll down to “Online Complaint Submission System.” Click on “Submit a Complaint.” There is a phone number for the SBA below this information if you have any questions. You can remain anonymous. It’s recommended to say that you are reporting a fraudulent loan, the person who made the loan allegedly killed his wife. He and his bookkeeper fraudulently signed her name. Given the list of federal and state crimes that allegedly have been committed, you can ask whether the SBA has an open investigation and what is the status.
- Michigan State Police are investigating Dee’s case. No arrests have been made. You can call MSP at (517) 332-2521 and ask to speak to the Head of the Investigations Bureau. You can voice your concerns about the case and ask that justice for Dee Ann Warner be done. You can also email MSP here. Please remember to be respectful and courteous in voicing your concerns.
- You don’t have to live in Michigan to contact the state’s top elected officials about Dee’s case. Anyone can call or email the following politicians with concerns about it. You can ask direct questions about why no arrests have been made with all of the evidence that has been turned over to the Michigan State Police. These representative work for you. The more attention this case receives the better the chance that it becomes a higher priority for authorities. Michigan Gov. Whitmer: info@GretchenWhitmer.com; Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel: email@example.com; Michigan Congressman Tim Walberg: (517) 780-9075; Michigan Senator Dale Zorn: firstname.lastname@example.org, (517)373-3543.
- You could start an online petition at www.change.org. Thoroughly read through the requirements to start a petition before considering this step.
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