Alfred Trenkler Innocent Committee
 

WHO'S WHO IN THE ROSLINDALE BOMB CASES

Adams, Abraxas - Acquaintance of Thomas A. Shay, only because his roommate, David Zimmerman, knew Shay, and brought him once to their apartment.  See 7 November 1991 ATF interview with Abraxas Adams, Charles Hellyer and David Zimmerman whose names and numbers were in Thomas A Shay's notebook as was the name of Alfred Trenkler.

Ahern, James M. - Boston Police. See his 29 October 1991 Interview of Thomas L. Shay.  See also his 29 October 1991 Report to Sgt Paul McLaughlin re

interview with Thomas L Shay.

Ahern, Mike - Boston Police

Ahern, R. - Boston Police detective.  See 31 January 1992 Report of surveillance of Alfred Trenkler by Spec Agent Henry Moniz and Boston Det R Ahern.

Alvera, Ed - Business acquaintance of Alfred Trenkler, who contracted for Alfred's

services while at Channel 25.  See 18 March 1992 Proposal, and Alfred's handwritten notes for that proposal.  See also second proposal for 18 March 1992 and 25 March 1992 FAX and Alfred's own summary of his work for Channel 25

Apfel, David - Assistant U.S. Attorney who advised Alfred Trenkler's appellate attorney, Morris Goldings, that Thomas A. Shay had told several U.S. Government agents that Alfred Trenkler had nothing to do with the "Roslindale Bomb."

Armbrister, Dwayne - Radio Shack clerk who was present during alleged 18 October 1991 purchase of lightbulb, batteries and switch by "Sahy".

Armstrong, Frank - Boston Police Homicide detective partner of Brendan Craven.  See his 10 March 1992 interview, together with Brendan Craven, of John Doering of Rolling Wrench garage.

Arsenault, Leslie - Friend of Thomas A. Shay's sister, Nancy, and also visited Thomas A. Shay in jail. See her 28 May 1992 ATF interview by Thomas D'Ambrosio and Jeff Kerr.

Barnicle, Paul - Boston Police Homicide detective (brother of Mike Barnicle, the former Boston Herald columnist.)

Baron-Evans, Amy - Former attorney for Thomas A. Shay.  Shay wrote in a 29 January 2002 letter to Jack and Josephine Wallace that he had spoken with Amy Baron-Evans, "I spoke with her about my co-defendant, Alfred Trenkler, who is innocent and is serving a life sentence." 

Bayone, Bill - Said by Thomas A. Shay to have been owed gambling debts by his father, Thomas L. Shay. 

Berry, Jeffrey - Business partner of Louis Giammarco (Dedham Svc. Center)

Biber, Dr. - Neurologist.   Treated Thomas L. Shay, father of Thomas A. Shay

Bishop, John - Boston Police 

Bishop George - Boston Police.   See his 28 October 1991 Memo from Detectives George Bishop and John Messia re: explosion. See also the 29 October 1991 Memo to Edward McNelley re Interview by Det. Russell Childers and George Bishop with Roy Kaplan who stated that someone from "Shay Auto Body" had recently asked about Z lock.

Blair, Robert - Tandy Corporation (parent corporation of Radio Shack) employee who was not able to find a corporate record of the Radio Shack receipt for the toggle switch and other items.

Bogden, Stanley - Boston Police

Bonanno, Russ - Friend of Thomas A. Shay.  See the 20 November 1991 ATF Interviews with Russ Bonanno and Richard Brown.

Boone, Jefferson W. - Former attorney for Thomas A. Shay

 

Bowden, John J. - Allenwood Penitentiary, White Deer, PA inmate. Made affidavit in 1998 stating Lindholm admitted lying when he testified that Alfred Trenker admitted a role in building the "Roslindale Bomb".

Bowen, Tom - ATF Special Agent

Bozycz  - Subcontractor to Alfred Trenkler at ARCOMM.  He did excavation work at antenna sites. See his 14 April 1992 ATF interview.

Brelis, Matthew - Boston Globe reporter (Federal Court Reporter at time of 1991 trial)

Bridgeforth, William - Boston Police.  See his 28 October 1991 memo to Edward McNelley re conversation with Thomas A Shay

Brody, David - Boston Police

Brown, Richard - Business associate of Alfred Trenkler. See the 20 November 1991 ATF Interviews with Russ Bonanno and Richard Brown.

Brown, Dr. - Psychiatrist at Brighton Marine Hospital treated Thomas L. Shay

Budd, Wayne - U.S. Attorney, ( 4/18/89-4/14/92), when bombing investigation started

Burhoe, Carol - Friend of Paula Shay.

Burke, Fred - Friend of Thomas A. Shay, in San Francisco. See his 26 March 1992 ATF interview.

Cagdus, Nurdan - Employee of ARCOMM. See his 5 December 1991 ATF interview with by Special Agents Thomas D'Ambrosio and Dennis Leahy.

Calver, Greg - Acquaintance of Thomas A. Shay.  See his 2 April 1992 ATF interview.

Carrion, Ed - Roommate of George Nightingale (Said that he drove Thomas A. Shay to Milton) See his 26 February 1992 ATF interview.  See also, second ATF interview during which Carrion drove with the agents to Milton and Whitelawn Avenue.

Cataldo, Peter  - Employee of the Design Shop, sub-contractor partner of ARCOMM.  He did high-altitude climbing work. See his 15 April 1992 ATF Interview.

Cates, John - Roommate of Alfred Trenkler.  See 5 November 1991 Boston Police interview (William Fogerty, Dennis Harris and Timothy Murray) with John Cates at 133 Atlantic Street, North Quincy

Cavalleo, Frank - Business associate of Alfred Trenkler

Chengelis, James Dr. - psychiatrist who treated Thomas L. Shay

Childers, Russel - Boston Police. See his 29 October 1991 Memo to Edward

McNelley re Interview with Roy Kaplan who stated that someone from "Shay Auto Body" had recently asked about Z lock.

Coady, Michael - Testified at the trial about his alleged relationship to Alfred Trenkler. See his 5 April 1993 ATF Interview. (See also Alfred Trenkler's

explanation of his brief relationship with Michael Coady.)

Cody, William - Employee of Dexter Magnet Co. See his 6 December 1992 ATF interview with William Cody of Dexter Corp Magnet Div who identifies the "button" magnets with bevels as coming from Edmund Scientific in New Jersey, which is a mail-order catalog seller of scientific/electronic/optics parts and devices. They are manufactured by Eclipse Magnets in England.

Cook, Richard - employee, Boston Fire Department.  See his 13 November 1991 ATF Interview wherein he denied making an anonymous call about Roslindale Bomb.

Costello, Mike - Boston Police

Cox, Roger - Attorney for William David Lindholm in 1994, when he wrote a

letter to Paul V. Kelly asking for a reduction in Lindholm's sentence in

appreciation for Lindholm's testimony against Alfred Trenkler.

Coyle, John/Jack - Friend of Alfred Trenkler. See 21 February 1992 ATF interview with John Coyle who lived in home with Alfred W Trenkler in 1978 to 79.

Craig, Robert - Former roommate of Alfred Trenkler, and had moved to Florida before 1991.

Craven, Brendan “Mike” -  Boston Police Homicide detective partner of Frank

Armstrong, and who brought Thomas A. Shay back to Boston from San Francisco

in 1992.  See his 10 March 1992 interview, together with Frank Armstrong, of John Doering of Rolling Wrench garage.

Creavin, Thomas - Boston Police. See his 29 October 1991 Report, as Memo to Supt. Gerald McHale

Critcher, Scott Douglas - Friend of Thomas A. Shay who held memorable annual Halloween parties.  See his 3 February 1992 ATF interview.

Cronin, Edmon - ATF Special Agent

Culhane, Diane - Boston Police.  Interviewed Mary Flanagan.

D'Ambrosio, Tom -  ATF Special Agent

Davis, Scott - Comptroller at Christian Science Monitor who handled part of Monitor's contract with ARCOMM for antenna installation.

Dietel, Tommy - worker at Dedham Service Center

Digou, John - part time worker at Dedham service center

Distasio, Steve - Employee of ARCOMM. Also known as Robb Distasio.  See ATF interview on 20 February 1992.

Doering, John - Park Owner of Rolling Wrench Garage with Arthur J. Shay.

Ducoing, Michael J.- Was fellow inmate to William David Lindholm and, later, to Alfred Trenkler.  Alfred Trenkler understood from Ducoing that Lindholm had acknowledged to Ducoing that he lied in his testimony at Alfred Trenkler's trial. However, when, in September 2003, Alfred wrote a letter to Ducoing, his reply letter contained a complete denial of any such understanding.

Dunlap, Jacqueline - Acquaintance of Thomas A. Shay. See 3 April 1992 ATF interview with Shawn Rivers and Jacqueline Dunlap. 

Dunsford, Joseph - Boston Police

Dwyer, ______ - Boston Police.  See his 28 October 1991 Boston Police report by Flynn, Spellman, Dwyer and Molloy re: interview with Louis Giammarco

Eisenberg, Gerald - Employee at the Dedham Service Center

Estes, Andrea - Boston Herald reporter – interviewed Thomas A. Shay early on

Evans, Paul - former Boston Police Commissioner

Evans, Robert - Federal Government agent or witness who alleged that Thomas A. Shay told him details of the 1991 explosion.

Fardy, David - Owner of Design Shop in Newton, and subcontracted partner of ARCOMM.

Farmer, James - Fourth U.S. Attorney, 6/3/01-9/19/01, during case against Alfred Trenkler.

Feinberg, Matt - Co-counsel for Alfred Trenkler

Filion, David - ATF polygraph examiner

Fitzgerald, Daniel - Former fellow inmate of Thomas A. Shay in the Suffolk County House of Correction in Boston.  See 4 March 1993 ATF Interview with James Gannett and Daniel Fitzgerald, regarding telephoned bomb threats allegedly made by Thomas A. Shay.

Flanagan, Mary A.- woman friend of Thomas L. Shay and with whom she lived at 39 Eastbourne Street, Roslindale. Also mother of Kristen _______ and Thomas L. Shay is father. See 28 October 1991 Interview with Mary Flanagan at 39 Eastbourne

Street and 29 October 1991 Memo from PO Diane Culhane to Lt Edward

McNelley re 39 Eastbourne and 28 October discussion with Mary

Flanagan, and 30 October 1991 Memo from Police Officer Diane Culhane to Lt Edward McNelley re: 29 October interview with Mary FlanaganSee also 13 November 1991 ATF report of interview by Thomas D'Ambrosio and Dennis Leahy and Boston Det. Miller Thomas.

Flynn, ______ - Boston Police.  See his 28 October 1991 Boston Police report by Flynn, Spellman, Dwyer and Molloy re: interview with Louis Giammarco

Fogerty, William B. - Boston Police Homicide Detective.  See 30 October 1991 Boston Police interview by Peter O'Malley, Miller Thomas and William Fogerty with Louis and Roslyn Rotman who had the Shay Buick as a loaner before the Roslindale Bomb explosion. See his undated affidavits made shortly after the explosion.

Foley, Francis X. - Boston Police Bomb Squad Officer injured and lost one eye in Roslindale explosion.

Foley, Ruth - neighbor and customer of Thomas L. Shay

Ford, Beverly - former Boston Herald Reporter

Fredette, Judy - Secretary at ARCOMM.  See her 26 January 1993 ATF interview by Agents Thomas D'Ambrosio and Jeff Kerr.

Freedman, Thomas J. - Attorney defending against claims by Thomas L. Shay against Dedham Service Center, for the 1987 firecracker explosion. See 29 October 1991 Boston Police Report of phone interview with atty Thomas J Freedman re Shay lawsuit against Dedham Service Center

Freeman, Robert - San Francisco acquaintance of Thomas A. Shay.  See reort of his 9 April 1992 ATF interview.

Gaeta, Edwin - inmate at Plymouth County House of Correction who said that Thomas A. Shay stated that Alfred Trenkler was innocent of any involvement in the 1991 "Roslindale Bomb" explosion.

Gaines, David -

Gallagher, _____ - of Gallagher and Gallaghter, lawyers for insurance company defending against claims by Thomas L. Shay and Dedham Service Center firecracker.

Gannett, James - Former fellow inmate of Thomas A. Shay in the Suffolk County House of Correction in Boston.  See 4 March 1993 ATF Interview with James Gannett and Daniel Fitzgerald, regarding telephoned bomb threats allegedly made by Thomas A. Shay.

Gertner, Nancy - Defense attorney for Thomas A Shay and later appointed as U.S. District Court Judge.

Giammarco, Anthony - Brother or son of Louis Giammarco.

Giammarco, Louis Richard D.J. - Owner of Dedham Service Center where Thomas L. Shay rented space and where firecracker explosion occurred, which was the subject of lawsuit by Thomas L. Shay against Giammarco and his partner, Jeffrey Berry. See

his 30 October 1991 interview by Detectives John McCarthy, Peter O'Malley, Miller Thomas and William Fogerty.

Glasheen, Kerry -  Former employee of Austin Explosives.  See his 15 November 1991 ATF Interview.

Goldings, Morris - First appellate attorney for Alfred Trenkler

Goldrick, Dan - Fellow inmate of Thomas A. Shay at Norfolk County Jail, Dedham.  See his 6 November 1991 letter to Boston Police about contacts with Thomas A Shay in Dedham Jail .

Grzesiuk - Secret Service Agent, who interviewed Thomas A. Shay concerning President Clinton

Guy, Jim - Radio Shack clerk who was present during alleged 18 October 1991 purchase of lightbulb, batteries and switch by "Sahy".

Hanbury, Dave - High school student and friend of Thomas A. Shay, and he knew Russ Bonanno.  See his 28 January 1992 ATF interview.

Harding, James/Jim - Hired by Alfred Trenkler as employee of ARCOMM.  Recorded conversations with Alfred and attempted to work with ATF, but ATF found that Harding was not a reliable confidential informant (CI).

Harper, Michael - Boston Police.   See his 28 October 1991 Report of post explosion at 39 Eastbourne Street.   See also, rekeyed version of Harper's report.

Harrington, Edward - U.S. District Court Judge who handled matters relating to electronic surveillance of Alfred Trenkler.  See 30 January 1992 Judge Edward Harrington approves Request for Wiretap for Alfred Trenkler pager.  (2 pages)

Harris, Dennis - Boston Police Detective.  See 5 November 1991 Boston Police interview (William Fogerty, Dennis Harris and Timothy Murray) with John Cates at 133 Atlantic Street, North Quincy.

Hellyer, Charles - Acquaintance of Thomas A. Shay.  See 7 November 1991 ATF interview with Abraxas Adams, Charles Hellyer and David Zimmerman whose names and numbers were in Thomas A Shay's notebook as was the name of Alfred Trenkler.

Hernandez, John - Friend of John Cates. See his 8 December 1992 ATF interview.

Hersh, Seymour M. - Wrote an article for the New Yorker magazine about the first Iraq War, which included several paragraphs about the "Roslindale Bomb" and the ATF investigation and then compared the intelligence work in Iraq to detective work in Boston.

Horowitz, Dr. Emil R. - Treated Thomas L. Shay for eyesight problems blamed on 1987 incident at the Dedham Service Center.

Hummel, Guy K - Supervisor of ATF National Response Team

Hurley, Cynthia - Widow of Jeremiah Hurley

Hurley, Jeremiah - Boston Police Bomb Squad Officer killed in Roslindale Bomb explosion on 28 October 1991.

Hynes, Jack - Former Channel 56 News Reporter

Isenberg, Jerry - Laborer who worked for Louis Giammarco and Jeffrey Berry

Jones, Sharpless - Alfred Trenkler's former boss at ATEL.  See his 4 February 1992 ATF interview by Edmond Cronin and Sandra LaCourse.

Joyce, Debra - Had seen a suspicious car around time of "Roslindale Bomb" explosion.  See her 19 November 1991 ATF interview.

Kacznyski, Richard - Tow truck operator, who towed Thomas L. Shay's Buick away from explosion scene on 28 October 1991.  See his 16 November 1991 ATF interview.   Through the towing business he knew Louis Giammarco and was familiar with the Dedham Service Center.

Kaplan, Roy - Owner of Sound Securities in West Roxbury.  Thomas L. Shay drove his car there on 28 October 1991.

Karolites, James - Former ATF agent hired as Alfred Trenkler private investigator. See 14 April 1993 ATF telephone interview by Dennis Leahy with Richard Brown

re: Jim Karolides

Kelly, ____ - Government psychiatrist.

Kelly, Lt. George -

Kelly, Karen - Boston Police clerk at Area E.  See her 29 October 1991 memo

regarding man, probably Thomas L Shay, who came on this date to

see a detective.

Kelly, Paul V. -  Former Assistant U.S.Attorney. headed prosecution of Alfred Trenkler and Thomas A. Shay. Now at private law firm, Kelly, Libby & Hoopes

Kennedy, James - Former FBI agent hired to drive to Boston (?)

Keough, James - Father of a son with Paula Shay, sister of

Thomas A. Shay, who used Keough's name as an alias.  See his 10 March 1992 interview by Detective Brendan Craven and Francis Armstrong.

Kerr, Jeffrey S. - ATF Special Agent, who filed a three page Investigative Report about the 28 October 1991 bomb. The report was reviewed by Victor D. Palaza, Supervisor of Group III, Boston Office of ATF, and by Terence J. McArdle, Special Agent in Charge of the Boston ATF office.

Kingsbury, Alan - Radio Shack clerk who was present during alleged 18 October 1991 purchase of lightbulb, batteries and switch by "Sahy".

Kline, Denny - Former FBI bomb expert hired by Alfred Trenkler defense to analyze issue of the Government's claims of similarity between the 1986 Artillery simulator and the 1991 dynamite bomb.

Kraft, Denise (later Denise Corbett) - Boston Police Officer at scene of bombing.  See her 28 October 1991 Affidavit by Officer Denise Kraft.  See also 30 October 1991 Interview with Officer Denise Kraft (later Corbett).  (This interview has been rekeyed as a more legible WORD file, as well.)

Lacourse, Sandra - ATF Special Agent who filed report of discussion with Evelyn Pirrello and her son Robert, about seeing Thomas L. Shay with a box on 28 October 1991. See also 4 February 1992 ATF interview by Edmond Cronin and Sandra LaCourse with Sharpless Jones president of ATEL.

Lannergan, Robert - Quincy Police Detective who questioned Alfred Trenkler about 1986

Leach, Mary Ann - Mother of Todd Leach and sister of Donna Shea.

Leach, Todd - Son of Mary Ann Leach and David Noonan.  Nephew of Donna Shea, through her sister, Mary Ann.  Todd Leach presented story about Radio Shack purchases for 1986 device.  See his 19 March 1992 ATF interview.

Leahy, Dennis - ATF Special Agent.  His reports contained claims of admissions by Alfred Trenkler.

Lenar, Amy - Older half-sister of Thomas A. Shay.  See her 25 February 1992 ATF interview.

Libby, Frank - Former Assistant U.S.Attorney, and prosecutor at 1993 trial of Alfred Trenkler. Now a partner in law firm, Kelly, Libby & Hoopes with Paul V. Kelly.

Lindholm, William David - Convicted Drug Dealer/Government witness against Alfred

Trenkler, who stated that Alfred admitted his role in the crime while the two wer in the same cell at the Plymouth House of Correction for a few days in 1992.  Later a potential witness against Whitey Bulger.  Sometimes known as William David Lindholm, or R. David Lindholm. 

Lopez, Scott - Co-counsel for Alfred Trenkler at trial.

Lynch, Richard - Whist player with Thomas L. Shay, Jackie Mendez and Robert Painten on 26 October 1991 at Waltham tavern.

MacNamara, Bill - Business associate of Alfred Trenkler

Magarry - Inmate at Plymouth House of Correction

Mahoney, William - Boston Police

Maloney, Robert - Boston Police. See 29 October 1991 Memo to Detective Robert Maloney from Edward McNelley re: Thomas L. Shay's report of a metal box in his driveway.

Marinella, Karen - Channel 56 News Reporter taped interview used by prosecutors

Massey, Derrick - Roommate of alternate suspect Dennis Owen

Mathews, Desmond - Employee at the Dedham Service Center

McArdle, Terence "Terry" - ATF agent in charge of Boston Office for 12 years, until 1995.

McCarthy, John J. - Boston Police. See his 28 October 1991 memo from Det John J McCarthy to Deputy Supt Gerard McHale with list of those at scene at 39 Eastbourne

McGrath, Kevin - Former Assistant U.S. Attorney

McGuire, Jean - Older half-sister of Thomas A. Shay.  See her 25 February 1992 ATF interview.

McHale, Gerald - Boston Police

McKernan, Eleanor and James - Eleanor is sister of Evelyn Pirello, and living at 39 Eastbourne Street, across the street from the home of Mary Flannagan and Thomas L. Shay.

McKernan, Thomas - son of Eleanor and James McKernan. See his 20 February 1992 ATF interview by Agent Sandra LaCourse and McKernan's fiance, Rebecca Wright.

McLaughlin, Paul - Boston Police

McNelley, Edward - Boston Police. See his 29 October 1991 Memo to Detective Robert Maloney re: Thomas L. Shay's report of a metal box in his driveway.

McNelly - Boston Police Homicide Detective.

McPhee, William - Attorney for Thomas A. Shay

McSherry, Steve - According to Thomas A. Shay, McSherry set off the M-80 at Dedham Service Center.

Means, Mark - Fellow inmate of Thomas A. Shay at Suffolk County Jail, Boston.  See his 5 April 1992 Letter about conversations with Thomas

A. Shay in Suffolk County Jail.

Mendez, Jackie - Whist player with Thomas L. Shay, Robert Painten and Richard Lynch on 26 October 1991 at Waltham tavern.

Messia, John - Boston Police  See his 28 October 1991 Memo from Detectives George Bishop and John Messia re: explosion

Miller, Wayne - ATF Special Agent

Miller, William - Temporary employee at ARCOMM. See his 16 February 1993 ATF interview by Agent Thomas E. D'Ambrosio .  See also Alfred Trenkler's notes about William Miller.

Millette, David - Friend of Alfred Trenkler

Mohagheghi, Georgia - claims representative, Aetna Life and Casualty, the insurer of the Dedham Service Center.

Molloy, ______ - Boston Police.  See his 28 October 1991 Boston Police report by Flynn, Spellman, Dwyer and Molloy re: interview with Louis Giammarco

Moniz, Henry - ATF Special Agent.  See his 31 January 1992 Report of surveillance of Alfred Trenkler by Spec Agent Henry Moniz and Boston Detective R. Ahern

Murphy, Shelley - Boston Herald reporter who covered the story. Later she moved to the Boston Globe.

Murphy, William - ATF Special Agent

Murray, Donald - President of the Boston Police Patrolmen's Assn.  See his Statement when announcing $50,000 reward.

Murray,  Stephen - Friend of Scott Douglas Critcher, and of Thomas A. Shay. See his 3 February 1992 ATF interview with Stephen Murray re Halloween party at Critcher's house in Quincy. Also, see his 3 April 1992  ATF interview.

Murray, Timothy - Boston Police Detective.  See 5 November 1991 Boston Police interview (William Fogerty, Dennis Harris and Timothy Murray) with John Cates at 133 Atlantic Street, North Quincy.

Nathan, Leon M.D. - Psychiatrist who treated Thomas L. Shay

Nightingale, George - Asst. Manager of Mass. Avenue Radio Shack, and roommate of Ed Carrrion. See 24 February 1992 ATF interview.

Noonan, David - father of Todd Leach, by Mary Ann Leach.

Norris, Kevin - Fellow inmate of Thomas A. Shay at Suffolk County House of Correction in Boston.   See 28 January 1993 ATF Interview regarding telephoned   

bomb threats allegedly made by Thomas A. Shay.

Nutting, Paul - Man who claimed to have seen Alfred Trenkler and Thomas A. Shay together.  See 7 April 1993 ATF Report of interview with Paul Nutting re seeing Alfred Trenkler and Thomas A. Shay together in the Blue Hills area .  Alfred

Trenkler states in his 6 June 2006 statement that he had "never been

[in the Blue Hills area] with Shay Jr." See also his handwritten notes

apparently written when first learned of potential testimony by a Paul

Nutting.

O'Leary, Brian - Friend of Alfred Trenkler and who also worked for him. See Alfred Trenkler's notes re: Brian O'Leary

O'Malley, Peter J. - Former Boston Police Homicide Detective.  See 30 October 1991 Boston Police interview by Peter O'Malley, Miller Thomas and William Fogerty with Louis and Roslyn Rotman who had the Shay Buick as a loaner before the Roslindale Bomb explosion.

O'Rourke, Francis. Court-appointed attorney for Thomas A. Shay, along with Jefferson Boone.

Owen, Dennis - One-time suspect in Roslindale Bombing investigation/ industrial chemist

Pace, Ralph - Friend of Thomas A. Shay

Painten, Robert - Whist player with Thomas L. Shay, Jackie Mendez and Richard Lynch on 26 October 1991 at Waltham tavern.

Palaza, Victor D. - ATF special agent. Supervisor of Group III, Boston Office of ATF, who reviewed a report of the 28 October 1991 bombing by Jeff S. Kerr, Special Agent.

Paley, Frederick - Boston Police.  See his 28 October 1991  report of the

death of Jeremiah Hurley at 7:22 pm at Brigham and Women's

Hospital.

Paolillo, John - ATF Special Agent

Pappalardo, John - Second U.S. Atty. during period of cases re: Roslindale Bomb. (4/15/92-11/18/93). Presided over indictment of Thomas A. Shay and Alfred Trenkler, and the trial of Shay.

Parlon, William - Boston Police

Pelfrey, Joseph - Security person at Christian Science Publishing.  See his 28 February 1992 ATF interview.

Phillips, Dr. Thomas - “Shay is a pathological liar…” Psychiatrist hired by Thomas A. Shay defense

Pirello, Evelyn and Robert - Across the street neighbors of Thomas L. Shay who saw Thomas L. Shay w/box.

Plant, Larry - Federal Government agent or witness who alleged that Thomas A. Shay told him details of the 1991 explosion.  See his 3 November 1992 Interview by Boston PD Sergeant Francis Armstrong and Detective Brendan Craven at Plymouth County House of Correction.   ( As some parts of that report are "highlighted" and thus partially blocked see WORD Document for rekeying of those blocked out sections.)

Pransky, Alan - Attorney for Thomas L. Shay re: claims by Thomas L. Shay in the case against Dedham Service Center, arising from the 1987 firecracker or dynamite explosion.

Pratt, Thomas - Boston Police.  See the 1 April 1992 Report by Officers Thomas Pratt and Kevin Pumphret on return of Thomas A. Shay to Boston

Pumphret, Kevin - Boston Police. See the 1 April 1992 Report by Officers Thomas Pratt and Kevin Pumphret on return of Thomas A. Shay to Boston

Punis, Chris - Temporary employee for Alfred Trenkler, and friend.  See his

10 February 1992 ATF interview with agents D'Ambrosio and Jeff Kerr.

Rankin, Charles W. - Appeals attorney for Alfred Trenkler

Richardson, Robert - Acquaintance of Thomas A. Shay, and who had met Alfred Trenkler.  See his 12 March 1992 ATF interview.

Rivers, Shawn - Acquaintance of Thomas A. Shay. See 3 April 1992 ATF interview with Shawn Rivers and Jacqueline Dunlap. 

Rogers, Malcolm - ATF hypnotist, attempted hypnosis for Thomas A. Shay.  See

11 August 1992 ATF Report of 29 July 1992 Hypnosis session by Dr. Malcolm Rogers in Boston ATF office

Ross, Richard - Boston Police

Roache, Francis "Mickey" - Former Boston Police Commissioner

Rotman, Louis and Roslyn - Clothing store owner, and autobody repair customers of Thomas L. Shay. See 30 October 1991 Boston Police interview by Peter O'Malley, Miller Thomas and William Fogerty with Louis and Roslyn Rotman who had the Shay Buick as a loaner before the Roslindale Bomb explosion.

Saia, Joseph - Boston Police

Scheid, Stephen - ATF manager responsible for the EXIS database.  See Resume of Stephen Scheid

Segal, Terry - Defense attorney for Alfred Trenkler at the 1993 trial.

Shay, Amy - Older sister of Thomas A. Shay, and daughter of Nancy Shay.

Shay, Arthur James - “Butch”, brother of Thomas L. Shay   

Shay, Jean - Older sister of Thomas A. Shay, and daughter of Nancy Shay.

Shay, Nancy - Ex-wife of Thomas L. Shay

Shay, Paula - Older sister of Thomas A. Shay, and daughter of Nancy Shay and Thomas L. Shay.

Shay, Thomas Arthur - Son of Thomas L. Shay. Also known as "Shay, Jr."     

Shay, Thomas Leon - Father of Thomas A. Shay. Also known as "Shay, Sr."

Shea, Donna - Former friend of Alfred Trenkler and wife of John Shea

Shea, John - Boyhood friend of Alfred Trenkler, and later husband of Donna Shea, who persuaded Alfred Trenkler to connect an M-21 Hoffman artillery simulator to a switch.

Sheehan, Emmett - Private Investigator, who worked on defense for Thomas A. Shay.

Shilalis, David - Boyfriend of Thomas A. Shay's mother, Nancy Shay.

Simm, _____ - Neighbor of Thomas L. Shay at 41 Eastbourne St., Roslindale.

Smith, Phil - Said by Thomas A. Shay to have been owed gambling debts by his father, Thomas L. Shay. 

Sodillo, Jack - Rented space at Dedham Service Center. See his 14 November 1991 ATF Interview.

Spellman, ______ - Sergeant, Boston Police. See his 28 October 1991 Boston Police report by Flynn, Spellman, Dwyer and Molloy re: interview with Louis GiammarcoSee also, his 29 October 1991 Report of phone interview with atty

Thomas J Freedman re Shay lawsuit against Dedham Service Center and his 29 October 1991 Report of interview with John Doering at Rolling Wrench garage where Tom and Arthur Shay worked.

Starkey, Gary - Acquaintance of Thomas A. Shay.  See 2 April 1992 ATF interview.

Stern, Donald - Third U. S. Attorney in office, (11/19/93-6/2/01), during case of Alfred Trenkler

Stoller, Randall - Friend of Thomas A. Shay. See 3 November 1991 Boston Police interview, by "Team 5" (initialed by William B. Fogerty) with Randall Stoller

Sultan, James - Appellate attorney for Alfred Trenkler

Sullivan, Michael J. - Fifth U.S. Attorney during case of Alfred Trenkler. September 2001 through the present.

Thomas, Miller - Boston Police. See 30 October 1991 Boston Police interview by Peter O'Malley, Miller Thomas and William Fogerty with Louis and Roslyn Rotman who had the Shay Buick as a loaner before the Roslindale Bomb explosion.

Thompson, Robert - Knowledgeable about fireworks.  See his 19 November 1991 ATF interview with re: his potential knowledge of bombs or case.  He denied both completely.

Thomson, Thomas - Friend of Alfred Trenkler.  They worked together for neighborhood security in the Back Bay area of Boston.  See his 13 April 1992 Interview by Det. Brendan Craven.

Tierney, - Quincy Police detective who conveyed to the Boston Police and the ATF the information about the 1986 Artillery Simulator device.

Torruella, Juan R. - Chief Judge of the First Circuit Court of Appeals, who wrote dissenting opinion supporting Alfred Trenkler, in the 2-1 denial of the appeal in 1995.

Trenkler, Alfred - Sentenced to two life terms for crimes in which he had absolutely no role nor did he have any knowledge thereof.

Trenkler, Alfred/Freddie - Father of Alfred Trenkler.  Former star clown with the Ice Capades.  See his 29 April 1992 ATF Interview at his home in Canoga Park, CA

Vitti, Phil - Boston Police

Wallace, Cynthia - ATF Forensic Chemist who ID'd the main charge as dynamite (no relation to Jack and Josephine Wallace).

Wallace, David - Half-brother of Alfred Trenkler, as the son of Josephine Barnum Wallace and Jack Wallace.  See his 31 January 1992 ATF Interview about wooden box found in garage at parents' home at 7 Whitelawn Ave Milton.  [He used it for target practice.]

Wallace, Jack - Stepfather of Alfred Trenkler.

Walsh, John - Paralegal working for Terry Segal

Waskom, Thomas - ATF Explosives Enforcement Officer

Weiner, Robert - Psychiatrist hired by insurance company defending against claims by Thomas L. Shay and Dedham Service Center firecracker.

Whitten, Christopher - Acquaintance, from Maine, of Thomas A. Shay.  See his 18 March 1992 ATF interview.   See rekeyed Word Copy because of faintness of

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Winchester, Randy - Employee of MIT and Alfred Trenkler business contact (allegedly threatened by ATF agents if he testify in support of Alfred)

Wiener, Dr. Robert - Psychiatrist. Treated Thomas L. Shay

Winslow, Steven - Tow truck operator and dispatcher.  After dispatching Richard Kacznyski to 39 Eastbourne Street, he also drove to the site to tow a second car. See his 5 December 1991 ATF interview.

Zach, Rick - Customer of Alfred Trenkler, as owner of a Hopkinton radio tower where Alfred Trenkler did work in 1987.  See his 19 May 1992 ATF Interview.

Zimmerman, David - Acquaintance of Thomas A. Shay.  See 7 November 1991 ATF interview with Abraxas Adams, Charles Hellyer and David Zimmerman whose names and numbers were in Thomas A Shay's notebook as was the name of Alfred Trenkler.

Zobel, Rya - U.S. District Court Judge presiding over the trials of Thomas A. Shay and Alfred Trenkler