Ryan Ferguson and Teen Curfew...

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Since: Apr 13

Columbia, MO

#1 Jun 27, 2013
City leaders gave a news bulletin to the public yesterday, and it addressed teen curfew to help eliminate the teens from Columbia, by keeping all teens at home after a certian hour at night.

This is an effective measure in that parental responsibility will be imposed.

Taking care of you child and keeping you teen safe and out of trouble should not be an option for the sake of all the Community of Columbia.

It is sad that the City leaders have to take on this responsibilty when effective parenting could have easily done the job.

But it has become more difficult and expensive, and life-risking to all of us, when the parents slack off and allow their children to run free way into the morning, instead of caring where they are and what they are doing.

Please do not ever say to me that someone is "underpriveliged" because that someone is a child who is living in a financially strapped situation. Ryan Ferguson is the poster child of "underpriveliged," even though his male parent pulls in a small fortune from real estate deals he makes.

Poor parenting has the dibs on "underpriveliged" every time, not the financial situation or what Mommy and Daddy hand the kids,m as far as material things.

If City had a curfew on the night Ryan Ferguson was illegally plied with drinks by his sibling, the night his Dad just went to sleep not giving a "dime" where his child was or what was happening to him - then that child would not be in prison today.

Thank you, City leaders, for this move toward enforcing parental responsibility. Fortunately for us, most parents have never needed it; and fortunately for us, you have presented a voice in saying that it is very needed for those who do not take full responsibility for their teens.

Appreciated. Thank you for helping make Columbia safer with this new move against teen crime in Columbia.
concerned

United States

#2 Jul 1, 2013
It is obvious from your many posts that you actually know nothing about the Ferguson case. Until you do, I suggest you stop slandering those poor people. I have met the Fergusons and find them to be very nice people who are moving heaven and earth to help their son. Please refrain from commenting on Ryan's case if you have nothing truthful to offer. Thank you.

Since: Apr 13

Columbia, MO

#3 Jul 3, 2013
So, you cannot deny that a teen curfew would have kept Ryan Ferguson away from downtown and he would not be in prison right now, because he would have an alibi of being home, instead?

I learned a long time ago, in journalism 101, that when someone tells someone to shut-up, then that someone considers that writer a threat to their deceptive purpose.

All the big shot lawyers that Bill Ferguson have bought with his real estate fees charged on clients, cannot free Ryan.

It was not the boo-boo of our judicial system that placed Ryan there, but poor parenting and neglect on the part of his supposed-to-be father.

Too bad the City Leaders have to move in and make sure that teens stay home.

But Ryan would not be in prison right now, if he were not downtown at that hour of the morning, and being given illegal drinks by his sister.

Since: Apr 13

Columbia, MO

#4 Jul 3, 2013
In reading the Trib's front page, lead story headline this past Sunday says that the faith leaders in this town are asking for cooperation in getting rid of the crime in this town. Right on! It will take community citizens to help the great police, in an individual effort to take our town back from crime one street at a time.

I know that on my street, constant prayer and peaceful, diligent solution is (and has been) the only way to go. Police handling only escalated the trouble. But that does not speak for all police officers in CPD, by far. I know some of the great ones from where I have worked since moving here in December 1996.

Another news story this week, is that we are in need of a Task Force for Crime in Columbia. We already have a task force, the great officers at CPD. We do not need a so-called title of Task Force for crime in this town. We need the resignation of an ineffective police chief. We need to replace/regroup/overhaul CPD, and just let the great officers do their jobs, and out ineffective ones.

Mr. Brad Nelson would make a great chief, for example. Officer Lucas or any of the other great officers would make a great assistant chief.

Complete restaff needed in CPD Internal Affairs.

All promotions within CPD should have to be approved in a fair, non-political way, outside the department.

Let us continue to pray for our great officers, and thank them for every thing they do.

Mrs. Delcia Crockett
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Jim Michaelson

Columbia, MO

#5 Jul 3, 2013
Delcia,

No curfew has been imposed. A curfew was PROPOSED by your arch-enemy Police chief Ken Burton, but was soundly rejected by both the Mayor and the city council.

Your posts are so off the wall, that I can't begin to follow your thoughts. I find it incredible that someone who claims to be an educator is incapable of making a single post that is not riddled with grammatical errors and typos. My middle school children write much more clearly and accurately then you do.

I would like to propose a challenge. If you can respond to this post without a typo, factual inaccuracy, or grammatical error, I will send you $10 cash. Seriously. Are you up for the challenge?
concerned

Garden City, MO

#6 Jul 4, 2013
If you think a 17 year old kid is capable of bludgeoning a man to death with a tire iron and strangling him, do you think a city "curfew" would keep him home? Really that is na´ve. He would be so scared of a curfew that he would stay home and study his Sunday school lessons. Sure. I hate to burst your bubble Delcia, but curfews don't make kids stay home. They do give cops a right to pull them over when they catch them, but they do not make kids stay home in fear. I live in a small town. The curfew here just makes kids move their parties out into the country. There the county cops have to catch them. They just move out of town. I think it is funny how you blame Mr. Ferguson and think he is a bad father, but those Columbia policemen you seem so proud of drove by a bar full of drinking underage kids over and over that night and did nothing. The bar had a reputation for serving underage kids and the police knew it. Maybe if they had done their jobs, walked into the bar, and sent all the kids home, Ryan would have been home also. It doesn't change the fact that Ryan did not kill anyone. All he could be "charged with" is sneaking into a bar full of his friends on a Halloween night. Should he lose 40 years of his life for that? The Fergusons knew their son was going out to a Halloween party; they didn't know he would end up in a bar with his buddies. He was a 17 year old kid. 17 year old kids sometimes do things they shouldn't. Should they lose 40 years of their life because they fibbed to their folks or had a drink? Not hardly. Delcia, you "pose" as such a Christian but obviously don't practice what you preach. Real Christians realize that people have faults and sometimes do wrong things; they should be forgiven not condemned. I have two kids 24 and 26. If the worst thing they ever did was sneak into a bar when they were 17, I would be ok with that. And by the way, Ryan Ferguson's "big shot lawyer" is named Kathleen Zellner. She works for free. His 100,000 supporters on facebook are not being paid. Erin Moriarity of 48 Hours who has supported Ryan for 7 years also has received no money from the Fergusons. Some people spend their time helping people rather than tearing them down. Maybe you can try that Delcia; you catch a lot more flies with honey than vinegar.
mccq26

United States

#7 Jul 4, 2013
You are out of your mind Delcia Crockett. As I've asked you before... Multiple times... Give me ONE piece of information that gives you certainty that Ryan Ferguson was involved whatsoever. ONE piece of information. You can't. Because there isn't anything. Just because a jury found him guilty based off of LIES and manipulation from the prosecutor does not prove guilt. Do you know that more than one jury member regrets their decision? Do you understand the lies Kevin Crane told to get the conviction? The multiple Brady violations? The withheld evidence? Probably not. You're so simple minded. The audacity you have to make comments about Ryan and his parents is beyond words. You know NOTHING about this family. How dare you speak about Ryan's father like that. You do not know how much money he makes or how he and Ryan's mother parents. Your asinine thoughts and peculiar comments which have zero relevance are making me believe you actually ARE Kevin Crane, a police officer, or someone who is emotionally invested in this case. Who else would go out of their way to block the truth? Get over it. Read the facts. And get off the Internet, quit hiding behind a fake name, and go do something with your life.
disgusted

Columbia, MO

#8 Jul 14, 2013
I am so tired of the Ferguson clan bashing anyone who makes a legitimate point about Ryan Ferguson, the convicted murderer whose father cannot buy him a new trial.

I am so tired of the press time and space that these people use to whine about Ryan, and how mean they are to everyone, not of their stripe. This is a free country. The time to prove Ryan's innocence was there. Ryan has had his day in court. Failed again. Free country. The choices made by Ryan's father and his sister that night set him up for the fall.

Bottom line: If Ryan had been home in bed on a school night, he would have a rock-solid alibi, and would not be in prison today.

Since: Apr 13

Columbia, MO

#9 Jul 14, 2013
@Jim Michaelson

You know darned well that, at the time I posted, City leaders were discussing it and it was in the headlines.

And, Ken Burton is not my arch enemy. Neither is he my lover, as the rumor is going. I have never met the man. I once held him at a hero status, but since events have happened as they have on my street, along with reports from other areas of town, I just know that we need a new Chief of Police, a New Deputy Chief, a new staff in Internal Affairs at the CPD, and an overhaul.

I wish that it weren't that way. But there are too many reports of too many innocent people being hurt, while the ones inflicting the hurt continue on their way - and sometimes, it the police themselves inflicting the hurt themselves.

Donate the $10 to Second Chance for Animals. The money will do more good there. Thanks.

Since: Apr 13

Columbia, MO

#10 Jul 14, 2013
@Concerned:

Parents set perimeters, then governments don't have to set curfews later.

Ryan had no perimeter set. He was handed the car keys and money and then his sister had no perimeters and she...and then Ryan...and the rest is history.

I have been labled as Christian writer. I pay close attention to the Words in Red. I try hard to go by the Good Book, but I find little substance in anyone judging me as a Christian or not. That would be for the one who saved my soul on the Cross to say. Not another person.

It is one-on-one with Christ, or not at all. Do you have the one-on-one with Him? That is between you and Him.

But I should ask, as you brought it up, and I believe in sharing what I know about Him.

He loves Ryan, too. And, every person in prison as much as he loves the biggest so-called saint that sits in the pew every time the church doors are open. He does not want Ryan to hurt and He wants to heal Ryan and give him a whole new life. Any believer worth his salt would sit next to Ryan in worship service and welcome him into the Body of Christ, once Ryan has paid his debt to society.

What the Scriptures state is against people who take no responsibility for what they have done wrong and lie and manipulate the police, etc. I have someone who lives on the corner across from me who is like that. It is wrong to do something wrong then try to cover it up, or try to lie out of it.

Once you have been responsible and paid your debt to society, you are supposed to be forgiven and welcomed back in. Ryan has that chance with God and with Christians.

Sometimes I get kind of tired of people who use Jesus to look benevolent only - use Him because He is convenient for the moment to make them look good.

I am not Christ, and sometimes maybe not even Christ-like, but I will be honest with you, I don't think any of us deserve to wear the name Christian. We should be called believers in Christ, instead. I have a personal relationship with Him. He is in everything I try to do every day.

I feel the closest to Him, when I meditate while working in my landscaping, or when I go for long walks on the nature trail among the tall trees in the golden sunlight, or have morning coffee at dawn on the backyard patio for even that brief time. The birds sing as the sun rises. That is special alone time with Him.

Thank you for mentioning Christian.

Have a blessed week.

Since: Apr 13

Columbia, MO

#11 Jul 14, 2013
@mccqg:

I am not a police officer. I am not even connected with the police in any way.

I am not Mr. Crane. I have never met him. My degree is in English with an emphasis on writing and a related field in journalism.

I am female, married to a wonderful man since June 1, 1968 and I am a mother and grandmother. I am in education, am a writer, a composer and a community and church volunteer.

I have worked as a journalist, a Youth Specialist of incarcerated youth, and as a clerk in customer service for a major oil company.

I hope this puts all your thoughts to rest that I have a personal agenda vested in this place of expressing viewpoints on a public forum.

I do not have to agree with you, but thank you for taking time to respond.

Have a blessed week!
mccq26

United States

#12 Jul 23, 2013
disgusted wrote:
I am so tired of the Ferguson clan bashing anyone who makes a legitimate point about Ryan Ferguson, the convicted murderer whose father cannot buy him a new trial.

I am so tired of the press time and space that these people use to whine about Ryan, and how mean they are to everyone, not of their stripe. This is a free country. The time to prove Ryan's innocence was there. Ryan has had his day in court. Failed again. Free country. The choices made by Ryan's father and his sister that night set him up for the fall.

Bottom line: If Ryan had been home in bed on a school night, he would have a rock-solid alibi, and would not be in prison today.
Ok Delcia Crockett nice name change.
mccq26

United States

#13 Jul 23, 2013
Delcia__Crockett wrote:
@Concerned:

Parents set perimeters, then governments don't have to set curfews later.

Ryan had no perimeter set. He was handed the car keys and money and then his sister had no perimeters and she...and then Ryan...and the rest is history.

I have been labled as Christian writer. I pay close attention to the Words in Red. I try hard to go by the Good Book, but I find little substance in anyone judging me as a Christian or not. That would be for the one who saved my soul on the Cross to say. Not another person.

It is one-on-one with Christ, or not at all. Do you have the one-on-one with Him? That is between you and Him.

But I should ask, as you brought it up, and I believe in sharing what I know about Him.

He loves Ryan, too. And, every person in prison as much as he loves the biggest so-called saint that sits in the pew every time the church doors are open. He does not want Ryan to hurt and He wants to heal Ryan and give him a whole new life. Any believer worth his salt would sit next to Ryan in worship service and welcome him into the Body of Christ, once Ryan has paid his debt to society.

What the Scriptures state is against people who take no responsibility for what they have done wrong and lie and manipulate the police, etc. I have someone who lives on the corner across from me who is like that. It is wrong to do something wrong then try to cover it up, or try to lie out of it.

Once you have been responsible and paid your debt to society, you are supposed to be forgiven and welcomed back in. Ryan has that chance with God and with Christians.

Sometimes I get kind of tired of people who use Jesus to look benevolent only - use Him because He is convenient for the moment to make them look good.

I am not Christ, and sometimes maybe not even Christ-like, but I will be honest with you, I don't think any of us deserve to wear the name Christian. We should be called believers in Christ, instead. I have a personal relationship with Him. He is in everything I try to do every day.

I feel the closest to Him, when I meditate while working in my landscaping, or when I go for long walks on the nature trail among the tall trees in the golden sunlight, or have morning coffee at dawn on the backyard patio for even that brief time. The birds sing as the sun rises. That is special alone time with Him.

Thank you for mentioning Christian.

Have a blessed week.
Just because Ryan was out past curfew does NOT MAKE HIM A MURDERER. You have NO valid point. What your saying is that just because Ryan was out past a "curfew", then he must have been the murderer although there is ZERO evidence which proves this theory of yours.
God is about on the same level as Santa Claus right now. If God loved Ryan and wanted the best for him, God would not have had put him in prison he had zero involvement in. But really, God has nothing to do with this though. This is the doings of a devil and his name is Kevin Crane and one day he will hopefully rot in prison for stealing a persons life for going on 10 years now.
Delcia Crockett

Columbia, MO

#14 Jul 25, 2013
God did not send Ryan to prison. God did not kill the sports editor. People are not robots that God controls from a distance.

The Word tells us that God has a perfect will. It is not God's will that Ryan suffer for a minute. The Word explains what happens in murder or any crime. God makes us creatures of choice. He does not hit us over the head and demand we do anythimg. He loves us so much that He allows us to make our mistakes, and then grow from them.

The Word says that God's perfect will is that no one faces eternal death after our earthly death. We make that choice while we are alive on earth - whether we choose eternal life or death.

Ryan has had the best of lawyers. And, he is convicted. He is not going to get out until his time is served. Maybe he would have gotten out a little earlier if he had been on good behavior in prison, but facts state he has been in solitary confinement there for his behavior.

I am not condemning Ryan. I am stating the obvious.

What he needs to be geared toward now, is how he will assimilate back into society when his time is up.

I suggest you start looking for a great church fellowship now, and attend and be ready to bring him back on into the good things in life.

I would suggest you choose your worship body of believers very carefully - for Ryan's sake. He is going to be very vulnerable at the beginning of his entrance back into mainstream community, and he needs to know that he is accepted and can move forward.

You are right when you say that God is sometimes viewed as "Santa Claus." In fact, that is why you need to search and choose a body of worshippers that live the Body of Christ - no some social networking that insists you drop a $100-bill in the offering plate and then everything everyone says and does is okay and full of duplicity of "my sin is okay, but everyone else's is not." You can be really dragged into that mindset, if you are not careful. The focus is off Christ then.

"Seek and ye shall find; knock and the door will be opened."

Ryan deserves that Christian love and respect, when he returns to our community of Columbia. He will have paid his debt then, and he will be forgiven. It is really going to be tough, because of the "wolves in sheep clothing," - but then one real believer makes up for a thousand facades any day of the week.

Mr. Crane just did his job. And, did it well. If the attornies of Ryan could do better, then you could build a credible case, could you not?

Since: Apr 13

Columbia, MO

#15 Jul 25, 2013
I love it when someone else points fingers at me for posting under another name...and then they post under a name that is not theirs. How many times do they do that?

Humorous.

By the way, I did post under my name, not signed in just then, and the system, at Topix, unfortunately does allow you to post both ways.
concerned

Garden City, MO

#16 Jul 25, 2013
I can never decide whether you feel Ryan is truly guilty or you just want to think he must be guilty because innocent people never go to prison. That is a wide eyed innocent view of the real world. Innocent people do go to prison; it is a fact. Kevin Crane got Ryan convicted because he did not tell the truth. He coerced witnesses, threatened people, and made sure that he put on a "show" rather than worry about the truth. In other words, he did his job. His job is to convict people..period. It doesn't matter whether they are guilty. You weave the tale that makes them look guilty and go with that. You don't worry whether a 19 year old kid loses 40 years of his life. You just don't produce cell phone records that can prove he was sitting in front of his house at the time of the murder. You don't ask a key eye witness if the person they saw was Ryan because she would say no. No, Kevin Crane did his job. His college degree in theatre paid off. He razzled, he dazzled, he threw a kid's life away. That is the truth. The only truth. FREE RYAN
Delcia Crockett

Columbia, MO

#17 Jul 28, 2013
Then, if Mr. Crane is the guilty person as you state he is, there are places to report things like that and have them investigated.

But you cannot, because you are a hypothetical/Don Quixote in this misdirecting the blame toward Mr. Crane.

No defense lawyer defends "a guilty person," and every lawyer worth his/her salt will tell you that, up front when taking on the case.

You defend Ryan, yet the reality is that he is a convicted killer.

Some of the best defense lawyers in the country have been hired/bought to defend Ryan, and nothing can reverse what happened that night.

It was parental negligence and a sibling illegally supplying a high school student with booze. If anything, Mr. Crane stopped short in doing his job - because, in the eyes of true justice Ryan's sister and biological sperm donor (not a parent, at all, just someone who sired a child then unleashed that child on the world without a seond thought, going to sleep while his tow children were committing illegal acts in this town, Ryan's sperm donor and his sister should have also been prosecuted for aiding and abating Ryan.

Consider Mr. Crane lenient in that the other family members are not also paying their debt to society for the neglect and enticing him to a drunken state - both illegal locally, on state level and even federally.

You cannot do that in this country to a teen - and yet these two relatives did (cannot call them "family" because family does not do this. DNA only connects them as relatives.
Delcia Crockett

Columbia, MO

#18 Jul 28, 2013
Perhaps this will help those who really hurt for Ryan, care about him and are praying for his return to society, after his debt to society is paid. He is being held up by countless who want him to be healed and whole again, past all this tragedy. Trust God for the guidance and grace. It will be much needed. After he has paid his debt, there should be no hesitation to accept him back in, and it was not all his fault. The people who should have been looking after his well-being let him down big time. Life gets tough. People let you down. There would have been no Mr. Crane if Bill Ferguson and Ryan's sister had been looking after Ryan. Don't you think that he knows that? How does that affect him when he is locked up? Is he getting the guidance he needs to return, once time is up? Or, are you all going to be badgering him with how bad the courts are, etc.? He needs time to heal, to move on past. Are you up to that? Thoughts and prayers with you all. God bless.

Here is something that helps in things we cannot change and have to accept, no matter how unpleasant they are to us:

"God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,the courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.
~American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr (1892 - 1971)
concerned

Garden City, MO

#19 Jul 28, 2013
I find it interesting how you find fault with Ryan's parents and even his poor sister, yet you find no fault with a bar who served an underage kid, a police force who knew such a bar did that yet chose to ignore it, or a police force who interrogated a college age kid for hours without representation. A 17 year old kid can't get into a bar without an ADULT checking for an I.D.; he can't drink in that bar without an ADULT mixing and serving that drink. Another ADULT owns the establishment and takes money to let underage kids drink. Ryan and his friend drove to that bar that evening; his sister met him but did not take him there. His parents did not know he was there; they thought he was at a Halloween party at a classmate's. I guess Mr. Ferguson could be guilty of trusting his son, but that is all the guilt he should carry. Ryan was a 17 year old boy who went to a bar where a few dozen underage kids were. None of them should have been there. The owners should have turned them away at the door; the police should patrol areas where minors gather like a bar and do their job. I spoke with a local when I was in Columbia a few months ago and she said the Boy George nightclub had always been known for serving underage kids. Records prove that a patrol car was sitting at the edge of the bar property that evening for nearly an hour, yet they did nothing when they had to see underage kids exiting. Did Ryan try to get by with something he shouldn't? Yes, he did. He also got up the next day and went to both school and work. He graduated high school and went on to college. This wasn't some troublemaking kid who was in and out of jail and trouble. Ryan was convicted solely on the testimony of Chuck Erickson, a troubled kid who lived on drugs and alcohol. Chuck had done several types of drugs the night of the crime and essentially had blacked out. When he read about the updates on the investigation two years later in the paper he decided that since he couldn't remember anything, maybe he had been responsible. He talked about it to friends and one of them turned him in (and they should have). If you watch the interrogation tapes it is obvious that Chuck had no idea how the crime had happened. He even keeps saying that he may have just imagined the whole thing. The timeline is all off; he didn't know anything about the murder weapon; he even said they went back and drank at the bar when it had been closed for over an hour at the time of the murder. Nothing fit. He was a confused young man who got scared and pointed at Ryan to get himself a deal. There was NO DNA evidence that matched; the one person who saw anyone that night swears to this day that it was not Ryan or Chuck. Even the footprints leaving the scene were several sizes too big to match either kid. Ryan will have my support until his innocence is seen. Innocent people are being incarcerated. The worst that should have happened to Ryan was his keys taken away or to be grounded for a month. The punishment should fit the crime. Ryan did not kill anyone. There is simply no proof that he did. FREE RYAN

Since: Apr 13

Columbia, MO

#20 Aug 4, 2013
Being mean to me or anyone else is not going to help Ryan. When you do that, you are only behaving like your critics hope you will.

There is a gnawing existence that Ryan is innocent, and that is where the case is pivotal - not how mean you can be to anyone else - then you are no better than the ones who pressured him and acted like they did.

Mr. Crane and the court did their jobs. Where the gnawing doubt follows is Ryan could have been in the wrong place in the wrong time, and was no where near the Trib parking lot. And, where would it go from there? How was the "fact-gatheringf conducted" and was Ryan or his friend aware of how it was being conducted and why?

See new thread on "The Gnawing Doubt: Ryan's Innocence." That is where you have us by the heart, not the condemning of our judicial system and the being mean to others to try to high-pressure them into "your side."

We are all on the side of equal rights and civil liberties.

I have been attacked about this ever since I posted as "bunny" on the old Trib board. And, attacked in the meanest ways possible by Rick Gurley, Vanessa Hall and others. They were so mean on Mike Martin's Beatboard that he finally had to close it down.

You win no points in a groupee effort of lynching someone online.

You have presented a real doubt in the place where Ryan was at the time. You have no alibi, but neither do the authorities have actual proof that Ryan was there. How would an adoloscent know how to professionally/expertly know how to instantly/quickly/immiedately know how to cover up the crime scene and leave no evidence, expecially since he was in a drunken stupor?

Then was the sports editor an early indicator of the unsolved crime that comes in from St. Loius and Kansas City now, because they ralize we have a deteroriating police force that solve a dog bark case even - and there is your strong point.

That is the nagging point that stays with us. What is Ryan was really not there and someone got away with murder while one of our own school-aged teens is serving time for it.

That is Mr. Crane's weakest point in the prosecution. Ryan's lack of alibi stands off against lack of evidence that he was actually at the scene.

That is your case then. And, if you can prove that, Ryan is free - because they have nothing to stand on, no matter how hard they try.

Thoughts and prayers with you. I am for Ryan's healing and returning.

Believers will welcome him back, fairly and prayerfully. Under no condemnation.

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