Police Officer Luke Markiewicz, Town of Goshen Police
His refusal to take report sets off a destructive chain of events
On December 9, 2011 my wife attempted to jump out of my truck while we were driving with our children. She then attempted to rip my daughter from her car seat. I asked her to calm down but she refused. I drove home and dropped my wife off and rushed with my children to the Town of Goshen Police Station. I attempted to report the attempted drowning incident but Officer Luke Markiewicz refused stating that it seemed like retaliation. I pleaded with him to take the report to no avail. He did however take the report concerning my wife’s bizarre behavior. This was the first report I successfully made to the police. When my wife found out I made the report she made a false allegation the following day. All of sudden, one day after I submitted an incident report and made a verbal report of her attempted murder, she then alleged I was suicidal, crazy and had a substance abuse problem. To this date she has never filed a report against me for child abuse. All of her allegations have been that I have physically hurt her or have a mental illness. To this date, there are no police reports, hospital reports eyewitnesses or photos of her allegations. All that exists are her testimony. I have no history of mental illness, suicide attempts and nor does anyone in my family.
The purpose of this website, the information provided and “The Adventures of Highwaychild” documentary is to present evidence of crimes and injustices committed against the children and families mentioned. It is the hope of Hodos Pictures, LLC that shedding light on these facts would lead to legal justice for these innocent children. This case is about crimes committed against innocent children and not about a marital dispute. It also important to note that mothers, pastors, police officers, judges, lawyers and social services employees have in fact committed crimes in the past and have been prosecuted and incarcerated for their crimes. There are women’s prisons and there is a significant population of ex-pastors, ex-police officers, ex-attorneys, ex-judges and ex-government employees in prison. Holding a position of authority comes with a higher level of responsibility and accountability.
From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.
Luke 12:48, NIV
But if you show favoritism, you sin and are convicted by the law as lawbreakers.
James 2:9, NIV