10 years ago: Brutally murdered man d...

10 years ago: Brutally murdered man discovered, family waits for justice

There are 4 comments on the www.wivb.com story from Nov 9, 2008, titled 10 years ago: Brutally murdered man discovered, family waits for justice. In it, www.wivb.com reports that:

A man is discovered brutally murdered in Buffalo. Ten years later, family members are waiting for a killer to be brought to justice.

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#1 Nov 9, 2008
i feel so sorry for these people. they can never have closure for their loss of their loved one.

apparently that happened to some other people too.
there is a site where this fellow died mysteriously and hundreds of thousands of dollars came up missing. he had been remarried. so the children of the first marriage were trying to get help, but everywhere they turned nobody helped. they cannot get an autopsy done because there is a stupid law that states the wife controls the deceased's body.
so what if the wife or stepdaughter had something to do with his death? well the children will have to wait till the second wife dies. then the children can get an autopsy done. then if it is found that the wife did him in the law can punish her, right? OH that's right she is already dead!
How can you punish someone who is dead?

what a stupid law.

Buffalo, NY

#2 Nov 10, 2008
This story is full of misinformation. Detective Lissa Redmond did not get transferred from the Cold Case Squad. She was never a member to begin with. She was detailed there from her regular assignment in the Sex Offense Squad due to her medical condition which placed her on light duty. Light duty limits her to office duties only and she is not even authorized to operate a department vehicle. Many questioned the decision to detail her to Cold Case in the first place because there is plenty of tasks limited duty personnel could perform in the S.O.S. Her detail to Cold Case was terminated and she was just returned to her original permanent assignment. This is no reflection on her investigative skills or abilities. Grant obligations require the Sex Offense Squad to have a member assigned to the Main Street office and since she is on limited duty it just made sense to place her where her situation could be utilized to its full advantage. It was a sound and necessary command decision yet one that could change at a moments notice.
Buffalo 6

Buffalo, NY

#3 Feb 17, 2014
Funny, bloody 8, she is still up in homicide to this day. Who had the misinformation???????
Charlie Aronica

Lancaster, NY

#5 Feb 17, 2014
Buffalo 6 wrote:
Funny, bloody 8, she is still up in homicide to this day. Who had the misinformation???????
That info was 100% accurate when it was posted in 2008. Since then Det Redmond has been transferred to the Cold Case Squad. The Homicide Squad is a separate unit.

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