Stanley Marsh died before prosecutors could show a jury the sick, twisted evidence uncovered by Amarillo Police, a history of sex acts that occurred in a downtown Amarillo Building.

Drew Mason had a front row seat to the depravity now being detailed in court testimony in a civil lawsuit over the Marsh escapades. For twenty years he worked with Marsh, starting as one of the artists who put up nearly 300 signs all over town.

Dolcefino Consulting is now waging a social media campaign to remove those signs from public views on behalf of Marsh victims. We have obtained video of the Mason sworn deposition, and have posted some of it on Facebook for the public to see on Erase Marsh Madness.

Mason went on to handle stock investments for Marsh until 2010. What did he do after that? Mason has pled the Fifth Amendment against incriminating himself. What does that tell you?

The Amarillo Police Department have information from court documents and witness testimony that Mason was involved in paying cash to teenagers who went behind closed doors with Marsh.  You have already seen some of the evidence uncovered in the search of the Marsh “business”.

When the investigations and lawsuits began Drew Mason was given a bonus. $350,000.  Was it hush money? Drew Mason took the fifth amendment in his deposition 187 times!

It is time for the Marsh madness to be exposed. You can follow our campaign to erase the visual memories of Stanley Marsh @erasemarsh.

Mary Coleman of KFDA NewsChannel 10 Amarillo reports on the “Erase the Marsh Madness” effort:

An artist in the Amarillo community is stirring up controversy even after his death.

Much of the well-known artwork around Amarillo is credited to Stanley Marsh 3. And for that reason, many people want it down.

If you’ve driven around town, you’ve seen them. Signs with pictures and messages displaying various sayings and images….all done by Stanley Marsh 3.

However with allegations of sexual molestation and human trafficking, a campaign called “Erase Marsh Madness” has been created. Dolcefino Consulting and the Pinkerton Law Firm feel it’s time to do away with all of his art. READ THE REST

The victims of Stanley Marsh’s unspeakable conduct do not deserve to be reminded of the vile things that happened at the Marsh offices in downtown Amarillo and out at Toad Hall.

It is time to “Erase the Marsh Madness” by removing the artistic reminders of Stanley Marsh, and the years of his sexual misconduct with teenage boys scattered all over the city of Amarillo.

Just days after the tragic drug overdose of one of Stanley Marsh’s victims, Houston based investigative communications firm Dolcefino Consulting wants to start a social media revolution, to put pressure on city leaders to act.

To that end, Dolcefino Consulting has created a Facebook page and Twitter account for Erase the Marsh Madness.

“I have seen the evidence in the Amarillo Police Department Property Room. It is disgusting. Computers loaded with porn, mounds of Viagra pills and sex toys, a disgustingly stained mattress soaked with DNA,” says Wayne Dolcefino, President of Dolcefino Consulting.

Stanley Marsh 3 was the eccentric millionaire who commissioned the famous Cadillac Ranch.

The art piece features cars buried into the West Texas dirt on an angle. Marsh was behind the creation of 200 diamond shaped street signs on display at Amarillo homes and businesses. One of them is black and white with the word “Intimidator” and the number 3, as Marsh preferred to be called, using the number versus roman numerals.

Another sign reads in blue and white, “The boy stood on the burning deck. The flames ‘round him did roar. He found a bar of ivory soap and washed himself ashore.” A red and white sign reads, “They didn’t have on any underpants at all.”

“Maybe to some people this is just art,” Dolcefino says. “But to the still suffering victims of Stanley Marsh 3, these are constant reminders of horror. Now that we know what happened, the innuendo these signs convey must be erased.”

Amarillo Police have reopened the Marsh investigation, even though Stanley Marsh is dead.

Marsh relatives and employees have been named in a lawsuit as alleged co-conspirators regarding the sexual assault, sexual abuse, solicitation of prostitution, and human trafficking of nine minor children.

Everywhere Dolcefino Consulting has traveled in Amarillo the reaction is the same, even among law officers. It was common knowledge what Stanley Marsh was doing in his high rise office building and out at his ranch.

This was a community secret. Now it is time for the community to join together to “Erase the Marsh Madness.”

Erase the Marsh Madness is now on Facebook and on Twitter, and already has many documents detailing the scandal, the tragedy of one young victim, and the work of Houston Attorney Chad Pinkerton, who is leading the fight to get justice for the victims.

Look for new documents and videos on this Facebook page. We want comments from the public. We want everyone to join our campaign.