DO YOU BELIEVE SCOTT MOODY WAS THE SHOOTER?

Created by WE REMEMBER on Nov 6, 2007

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NO WAY HE DID IT

YES HE DID

WHO WAS SCOTT MOODY?

Grendel

Sevierville, TN

#168 Feb 22, 2010
beowulf wrote:
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BTW, we've shut the sick threads down on Topix plenty of times, starting with the crap of Justice for Mom in 2007. It should have been Justice for Dad. Brady never did anything. New Judge Sumner Walters might. This time we'll ask for a gag order. Stop the elder abuse and protect the living.
Who is this "we" you keep mentioning?
Curious

Mount Vernon, OH

#169 Feb 24, 2010
jenny craig wrote:
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Families? What families? Sheryl was an only child, Sherry Kay was an only child, Gary was an only child. Stacey is the only survivor. She needs to know people are still on her side. This is not gossip, this is concern.
Paige Harshbarger WAS NOT AN ONLY CHILD! So shut the f**k up! Moron...
jenny craig

Cleveland, TN

#170 Feb 24, 2010
I don't believe I see Paige's name in here.
And yes, she does have family and I am very sorry for their grief. I did not mean any disrespect toward them.
And please, is calling names necessary? It hurts people's self-esteem.
Sick of it all

Parkersburg, WV

#171 Feb 27, 2010
Curious wrote:
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Paige Harshbarger WAS NOT AN ONLY CHILD! So shut the f**k up! Moron...
Gary was not an only child either!!
Sick of it all

Parkersburg, WV

#172 Feb 27, 2010
54321abc wrote:
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Who really did it and who stood to profit from the sale of all that farm land that had been tied up in probate court for years due to back taxes but suddenly got released for sale not long after the murders. Things that make you go hmmmmmmmm
That would be a very good question to ask Attorney Howard Traul. He is the lawyer who handled Sheryl's Moms estate.
Sick of it all

Parkersburg, WV

#173 Feb 27, 2010
Patriot wrote:
All this talk about how rare or impossible it is to shoot oneself twice with a .22 is ridiculous. Didn't Brandon Williams shoot his mother with a .22 in the neck and then she tried to run through the house to get away from him with a bullet lodged in her body.
From what I remember the BCI report in the paper said that Scott shot himself in the neck and didn't hit a vital area. He easily could have shot himself a second time.
According to the coroners report out of montgomery count......Scott had two shots to the face and one was lodged behind the nasal cavity.
Sick of it all

Parkersburg, WV

#174 Feb 27, 2010
Just to clear up one of the question that I keep seeing on here. Every case that involves a suspecious death is transfered to the Montgomery County Coroners office due to the fact that they have a very large crime lab with multiple resources. They have all of the state of the art forensic equipment. Another thing that I see on here is that what officers were involved in the investigation. I know that Logan county handled the initial call. Also on that call was Jon Stouts father. He was 2nd in command of Logan Couny Sheriffs office at that time. After that the Montgomery County crime lab was sent to the house. I do know that the Stae Highway partol was there blocking traffic to the house. I know this because I am a family member and was not allowed past the block. I dont remember who was the deputy that came down to the blockade and confirmed to us that it was our family members.
friend

Sidney, OH

#175 Feb 27, 2010
I saw Scott at a friend's graduation party on Saturday night before the incident. He was playing video games and was in a great mood. He told me bye and that he would see me the next day at graduation.

Doesn't sound like someone who was thinking about ending it all the next day.

Also, another friend who spent the night at the house, but left the next morning for a ballgame, said that when he left the mom was up and dressed in her barn work clothes. Reports stated that she was found in her bed in her night clothes. Things do not add up if this is true. He has no reason to make it up.
Disgusted

Parkersburg, WV

#176 Feb 27, 2010
friend wrote:
I saw Scott at a friend's graduation party on Saturday night before the incident. He was playing video games and was in a great mood. He told me bye and that he would see me the next day at graduation.
Doesn't sound like someone who was thinking about ending it all the next day.
Also, another friend who spent the night at the house, but left the next morning for a ballgame, said that when he left the mom was up and dressed in her barn work clothes. Reports stated that she was found in her bed in her night clothes. Things do not add up if this is true. He has no reason to make it up.
Thank you for saying that! I cant believe some of these posts saying that he was angry and violent. Wow, can you believe some of the stuff on here? I know that alot of things do not add up. i have read all of the reports. I had some trouble getting them but my lawyer screamed "Freedom of Information Act" and i finally got them and half of it doesnt make sense at all!!!
Makes Sense

Mount Vernon, OH

#177 Jan 9, 2011
Three Bullets to the Head?
How a gunman in Wisconsin managed to shoot himself over and over again.
By Michelle TsaiPosted Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007, at 6:46 PM ET

A sheriff's deputy in Wisconsin killed his ex-girlfriend and five others at a house party on Sunday, then fled. When he was caught hours later, he used his .40-caliber Glock pistol to commit suicide—shooting himself twice from under the chin, and then once through the right side of his head. How'd he manage to shoot himself in the head three times?

He kept missing the brain. A gunshot to the head isn't always fatal; when the gun is aimed upward from the chin, the recoil can angle the muzzle toward the face. In this case, the bullet travels through the mouth and nose instead of back into the head, where the brain lies. The victim of such a wound would suffer serious injuries to the face; he might also suffocate if the bullet hit part of his nose, or if bits of flesh block the breathing pathway. But the pain isn't necessarily excruciating; survivors say it's like being punched or kicked in the face. A victim might even remain alert enough to use his hands, or, in the case of the sheriff's deputy, to reposition his gun and try again.
Makes Other Sense

Bellefontaine, OH

#178 Jan 9, 2011
Or the deputy's sheriff might have made certain the deputy cast no dark shadows on his department?
Jenny

Cookeville, TN

#179 Jan 9, 2011
Makes Sense wrote:
Three Bullets to the Head?
How a gunman in Wisconsin managed to shoot himself over and over again.
By Michelle TsaiPosted Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007, at 6:46 PM ET
A sheriff's deputy in Wisconsin killed his ex-girlfriend and five others at a house party on Sunday, then fled. When he was caught hours later, he used his .40-caliber Glock pistol to commit suicide—shooting himself twice from under the chin, and then once through the right side of his head. How'd he manage to shoot himself in the head three times?
He kept missing the brain. A gunshot to the head isn't always fatal; when the gun is aimed upward from the chin, the recoil can angle the muzzle toward the face. In this case, the bullet travels through the mouth and nose instead of back into the head, where the brain lies. The victim of such a wound would suffer serious injuries to the face; he might also suffocate if the bullet hit part of his nose, or if bits of flesh block the breathing pathway. But the pain isn't necessarily excruciating; survivors say it's like being punched or kicked in the face. A victim might even remain alert enough to use his hands, or, in the case of the sheriff's deputy, to reposition his gun and try again.
Did you learn this on CSI? Where did you get your degree in forensics?.
Feather Brains

Mount Victory, OH

#180 Jan 10, 2011
Jenny wrote:
<quoted text>Did you learn this on CSI? Where did you get your degree in forensics?.
The .40 S&W service round is a watered-down choice for the limp-wristed. All the same it is much more powerful than the .22LR cartridge that is employed in most fatal shootings. It's possible but not highly likely the Wisconsin deputy sherrif could have shot himself in the head three separate times. Just as it is possible though not highly likely Scott Moody could have shot himself twice with a .22 rifle. In fact a rifle makes it much more difficult to shoot oneself. Yes it can be done and has been. The second shot is the hard one. I still don't think SM shot himself. The Wisconsin deputy may have been executed after apprehension.
throttle-jockey

Lima, OH

#181 Jan 10, 2011
Feather Brains wrote:
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The .40 S&W service round is a watered-down choice for the limp-wristed. All the same it is much more powerful than the .22LR cartridge that is employed in most fatal shootings. It's possible but not highly likely the Wisconsin deputy sherrif could have shot himself in the head three separate times. Just as it is possible though not highly likely Scott Moody could have shot himself twice with a .22 rifle. In fact a rifle makes it much more difficult to shoot oneself. Yes it can be done and has been. The second shot is the hard one. I still don't think SM shot himself. The Wisconsin deputy may have been executed after apprehension.
Good post. The thing is Logan Co Sheriff's Office goofed up the investigation SOOOOOOOOO bad when investigating this. at the approx. time of the crime a lady was on the way to work on Ohio 47. She SWEARS she saw a GREY hair man running across Ohio 47 into the woods/field across from the former Moody's property. Instead of investigate this deeper the Sheriff's Office said "Scott did it. We're closing the case."Further more If anyone on Topix or anywhere that matter has ever shot a .22 rifle to hold it to your head shoot yourself not just once but to have a bullet in your head (which is massive head trama) and hold up the .22 rifle shoot it again. To me the investigation almost sounds like the Warren Report when JFK was fatally shot. The investigation was a joke.

“None genuine without this seal”

Since: May 09

Logan County, Ohio

#182 Jan 10, 2011
Sometimes (quite often in fact) "legal truth" is not actual or moral truth. We may never learn the real truth about JFK's death or Scott Moody's. Legal truth is just the arbitrary opinion of a court or an investigative agent like a coroner.
just me

Kenton, OH

#183 Jan 10, 2011
Thrifty_Soul wrote:
JC. for once you and I agree on something. How dare someone proclaim to "know" that Scott Moody had an anger issue when they had never spent more than a fleeting moment with him. My family also knew the Moody family well..And when I say well, I mean at least one person in my family had contact with them on a twice a week basis. Did we spend 24/7 in their home, of course not, but we do know how Scott felt about his GrandParents. He worshipped the ground they walked on even if they did have their differences. One poster indicated that a young man would know what this type of gun would sound like if used at close range. I would like to also include that a person who had very good knowledge of all kinds of weapons, such as say a memeber of the sheriff's dept, would also know this kind of information. Let it go people..For all involved, just let it go..We will NEVER know the truth, due to the cover up in the LCSO..Let ALL those that suffered that day rest in peace.
Finally i agree and my heart still goes out to the surviving sister and his girlfrieds family. r.i.p means rest in peace let the boy rest in peace
b-town baby

Lima, OH

#184 Jan 10, 2011
...my only question after reading all of these posts is:

how come no one has mentioned the fact that the surviving sister was secretly dating a local police officer before, during and after the murders???

i myself found this to be very interesting...and very scary. think about it, and then maybe you'll realize why so many people think Scott was innocent.
Huh

Mount Victory, OH

#185 Jan 10, 2011
As i unnerstan it, de survivin sister began havin sex wid de loco sherrif's depity onny aftir he began hangin aroun wid her in de hospittle pushin his attentions on her. she wasnn in no frame o mine to judge his intentions...
code red

Marysville, OH

#186 Jan 12, 2011
Huh wrote:
As i unnerstan it, de survivin sister began havin sex wid de loco sherrif's depity onny aftir he began hangin aroun wid her in de hospittle pushin his attentions on her. she wasnn in no frame o mine to judge his intentions...
i would say that i bet the now ex cop john stout had blood on his shoes that night and not from investigating the murder either!
only in bellefontaine

Toledo, OH

#187 Apr 29, 2011
can a cop commit murder or have murder committed, and get away with it...scott was affraid of guns..loved his mom and sis greatly...stout was playing mom and sis,and one threaten to tell....couldnt let wifey find out and certianly not the dept!!!!!!!!!!1 come on do these people justice,tell the truth and open it back up....

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