S. Hall Man Indicted on Murder, Robbery Charges

Oct 20, 2007 Full story: WDUN-AM Gainesville 15

S. Hall Man Indicted on Murder, Robbery Charges from staff reports LAWRENCEVILLE - The Gwinnett County grand jury has indicted Michael Douglas Fox, 45, on multiple charges in connection with the home invasion ... via WDUN-AM Gainesville

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concerned wrongful arrest

Loganville, GA

#1 Oct 22, 2007
I don't believe this man did this...there is no way..
I bet when all comes out this was a framed set-up..
But if he did Let's all pray for his Salvation because remember he is our Brother in Christ
kayla

AOL

#2 Aug 8, 2008
this man killed my father when i was 22 months old. my father was a friend of this animal and trusted him, shows how trustworthy he was. he was released after serving 4 years for murdering my father. he was sentenced 15 years, 5,000 dollars in fine, he only served 4 years in prison and no restitution went to my bother who was 8 months old at the time. this proves our judicial system needs some improving. im now 16 years old and living without a father due to this mans messed up actions. how could anyone say this man is wrongly accused when he has done such acts before and gotten free. maybe people supporting his innocence should do some research before looking like a fool themselves.
California

Sonora, CA

#3 Sep 17, 2008
Kayla:

Was Mike Fox a friend of your father's? What caused the incident? I went to school with him, kindergarten thru 8th grade. I would have never guessed, except for a few obvious family problems, that he would have ever turned out to be a murderer, not once but obviously twice. God bless you and your brother and keep you safe.
Ronnie

Pollock, LA

#4 Jan 13, 2009
I lived across the road from mike when he killed the first person. if we are going to tell it lets tell it all. mike was a good old country boy. the above listed person molested mikes niece who was less than 5 years old . mike hit him with a pipe wrench in front of the police and who ever was watching . the man got what he needed. mike never once ask for a lighter sentence he got out early because that was the right thing to do. if he is guilty of this crime he will be the first to say let me pay for my crime.
California

Sonora, CA

#5 Feb 11, 2009
Wow. I realize that there are two sides to every story. Thank you for your contribution so that we all know what happened in the first case. As far as the second case, the woman who was the victim was one of the sweetest, most wonderful people on this earth. Wonder what made someone like Mike, who was previously acting "righteously", would kill (allegedly) someone in cold blood like in this situation?
Lisa

Woodstock, GA

#6 Feb 12, 2009
kayla wrote:
this man killed my father when i was 22 months old. my father was a friend of this animal and trusted him, shows how trustworthy he was. he was released after serving 4 years for murdering my father. he was sentenced 15 years, 5,000 dollars in fine, he only served 4 years in prison and no restitution went to my bother who was 8 months old at the time. this proves our judicial system needs some improving. im now 16 years old and living without a father due to this mans messed up actions. how could anyone say this man is wrongly accused when he has done such acts before and gotten free. maybe people supporting his innocence should do some research before looking like a fool themselves.
..... hey, maybe he'll get the O.J. treatment if you're lucky. I've seen it for decades: what goes around, comes around, and not necessarily from the same source.
California

Sonora, CA

#7 Mar 12, 2009
..Yes, it will be very hard to use the same excuse in this case as in the first case. What a shame for the world to lose such a sweet, innocent woman.
California

Sonora, CA

#8 Aug 6, 2009
Michael Douglas Fox was convicted for the murder of Jerry Ann Elliot and is serving two life sentences.
Richard Ga

Louisville, KY

#9 Sep 15, 2009
I went to school with Mike in Duluth. He was a trouble maker. Should have gotten the death sentence.
Richard Ga

Louisville, KY

#10 Sep 15, 2009
Oh yeah, he had been arrested over 30 times on various charges. Go figure!
Trisha

Dahlonega, GA

#11 Jan 4, 2010
Richard Ga wrote:
I went to school with Mike in Duluth. He was a trouble maker. Should have gotten the death sentence.
Well its a good thing your're not the judge then isn't it? God is the only one that can judge not you......
Trisha

Dahlonega, GA

#12 Jan 4, 2010
Richard Ga wrote:
I went to school with Mike in Duluth. He was a trouble maker. Should have gotten the death sentence.
He was not a trouble maker he just didn't sit back and take nothing off of anyone.
Trisha

Dahlonega, GA

#13 Jan 4, 2010
kayla wrote:
this man killed my father when i was 22 months old. my father was a friend of this animal and trusted him, shows how trustworthy he was. he was released after serving 4 years for murdering my father. he was sentenced 15 years, 5,000 dollars in fine, he only served 4 years in prison and no restitution went to my bother who was 8 months old at the time. this proves our judicial system needs some improving. im now 16 years old and living without a father due to this mans messed up actions. how could anyone say this man is wrongly accused when he has done such acts before and gotten free. maybe people supporting his innocence should do some research before looking like a fool themselves.
You're right our judicial system does need improving. If it were on top of things then your father would have went to jail for child molestation and probaly Mike would have never went to jail.
kayla

United States

#14 Apr 14, 2013
The charges of my father had no supporting evidence. he was retired military and my mother watched the child while my father worked all ay while the child was at our hone! The police were not there when he hit my father just my mother brother and I.. and he did it in front of me. lets get the facts straight from the guy above that thinks he knows. I have spoken with EVERY detective assigned to the case of my father accusations and they all said he didn't do such of the crime.. the child's father was then being investigated! I'm just thankful he is in jail where he belongs.. oh and for the guy that has known him and wanted to put my families business out there, his sister, the child's mother has side apologized to my family of her wrongful accusations. no
kayla

United States

#15 Apr 14, 2013
No crime was ever commited by my father Ronnie!!!!! Don't throw dirt on a dead man's name! I'm sure I know who you are if you knew the situation and will be happy to show you documents before you think you need to open your mouth about that case since my father wasn't the person found guilty.. it was her own father!!!!

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