A DEA “6” is the form number for their investigative reports. This one deals with a purported surveillance that took place on the night of July 21, 1987. As we will see, there are reasons to wonder if these events really happened.
|This DEA-6 report was given to the Michigan Parole Board as part of the evidence that Rick Wershe is a menace to society.
“Even Demetrius Holloway would come in to rent movies,” Wershe recalls. In that era the late Holloway was regarded by many as the godfather of all dope dealers in Detroit. Holloway was murdered execution-style while buying a pair of socks in a clothing store about a block from Detroit Police Headquarters.
|Which way is up? This line in the DEA report of the surveillance of Rick Wershe and some associates indicates the narcs may not know the answer to that question.
|Rick Wershe and his associates traveled from Hayes St. on Detroit's East side to San Juan St. on Detroit's Northwest side. The DEA report states they traveled East. If they did they would have wound up in another city, not Detroit.
|The DEA report claims Wershe and his associates "averaged" 90 MPH traveling to Detroit's Northwest side. That is a suspicious assertion for several reasons.
Permit me to speculate about this document. I want to emphasize this is speculation.