Triple Murder Near Chapmanville

Triple Murder Near Chapmanville

There are 29 comments on the The Boone Examiner story from Feb 19, 2012, titled Triple Murder Near Chapmanville. In it, The Boone Examiner reports that:

The bodies of two men and a woman were discovered around 9:30am Sunday morning at a home on Huckleberry Road, near Chapmanville.

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#21 Mar 1, 2012
your a dumb a hole wrote:
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u must be a g8d dam dope head yourself to defend a pile of crap dope dealer and thier drug head fean customers. No decant human being would defend these reckless behaviors. They cold have gotten some inocent person killed, instead they were loosers that all wound up offing themselves which is the best option really. This way the three check drawers aren't claiming thier benifits that we pay for to give so some dam pill dealer. The son of a b^*ch got what was comming to him and I for one am glad. One more load of pills that won't be sold here. Hell they out to be a season to hunt these people down s sport I know there are more dealing dope heads than there are dear!!
I knew two of these people very well, and you stupid bastard you have no right to judge them. Their families are grieving and if you had any sense at all you would keep your big ignorant redneck mouth shut. It astonishes me that you could actually post on here that they got what they deserve, when the families of these people are reading this. Do everyone a favor and shut the F*CK UP!!Jerkoff
Speak It - Truth Teller

Logan, WV

#22 Mar 1, 2012
<quoted text>I knew two of these people very well, and you stupid bastard you have no right to judge them. Their families are grieving and if you had any sense at all you would keep your big ignorant redneck mouth shut. It astonishes me that you could actually post on here that they got what they deserve, when the families of these people are reading this. Do everyone a favor and shut the F*CK UP!!Jerkoff
Sounds like someone is taking up for the druggies again! If the families don't like what they're reading, they can stay off these posts or accept reality that their loved ones were killed because they were involved with drugs.
No one does anybody any favors by shutting the F*CK up, as you put it. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. If you don't like what someone has to say, either move on or respond in a constructive manner.

Logan, WV

#23 Apr 1, 2012
I didn't know any of the people who were involved in this incident, but explain to me why the families of the ones who were killed would even care what anyone on here says? I understand that people say hurtful things, but I for one don't let some random person get to me. Everyone has an opinion so most people are going to express it. And if you say that their families are going to get on here and read this or someone will tell their families what people are saying on topix, then they are at fault just as much as the person who said it. Why would you ever call someone who had a family member just pass away and say, "Uhh you need to get on topix and check out the sh*t they are talking about so and so." That's pure ignorance. If anyone in the family gets on here, ignore the negative comments others are saying about your family. What you think about them is all that matters. It doesn't matter what a stranger says about anyone in your family.
to truth talker

Hurricane, WV

#24 Apr 1, 2012
Speak it -Truth Talker wrote:
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It seems that people who say "they never bothered anyone" are usually involved in similar activities and are trying to get the upstanding people in society to sympathize with the users and dealers. You may think they "never bothered anyone", but you couldn't be more wrong. They were a burden to society, a danger to the community, a contributor to problems - all of which effect me, a tax-paying citizen.
If I lived in the area where the dealers live, I would fear for my safety and the safety of my family. It's obvious that there are dangers that involve the general public and not just the dealers/users. If the problems were limited to the dealers and users, I would just sit back and wait for them to overdose or kill each other. Unfortunately this is not the case.
I agree with what you are saying it is very dangerous to have any communication with dealers or addicts and I mainly agree about our tax dollars going to waste because this location was reported to the task force more than once and it was several years ago..I do
So the next time you say, "they never bothered anyone", please consider the effect they have on society as a whole and how this world, especially our small communities, are effected by the actions of the users and dealers. Look below the surface and reevaluate your statement. One of the three deceased has bothered my family for years.
I agree with what you are saying our tax dollars are wasted because this location has been reported more than once several years ago nothing was done??? I have heard they were (going to raid the place) well of coarse they say that now?? to cover up tracks of the past leading to this one-- My heart does go out to the families of each. I truely believe this could have been prevented no one needs murdered-- And they are good everyone- We need stronger enforcement.. I have been wondering does it do any good to report drug selling? Seems as if the ones that are in jail are over Little incidents? did not pass there screen test,
or tickets, drunks, domestic-- nothing life threating? This location was central city for years..? I heard it has moved it location slowly but surely.... Does it do any good to report it?
Sooner or later we hear of it again...In between time several will overdose.... and more homes will be robbed... due to poor communication ----with enforcement---They were GOING TO DO THIS AND GOING TO DO THAT? GOING GOING GOING till gone---and forgot.,

Phelps, KY

#25 Apr 13, 2012
just wonder what has become of the investigation? anyone arrested yet for these MURDERS? any reasons given?
mohomid abdul ali

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#26 Apr 13, 2012
I hear that mr. 8 and 0 is a person of interest. But they won't say who that is. 10-4
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Charleston, WV

#28 Apr 13, 2012
I agree with truth talker, I myself got into trouble, didn't physically harm anyone or hole anyone at gunpoint or anything violent at all. The county sent me away for 60 days in lock down 21 hours a day then gave me 4 years probation for 2 fraudulent prescriptions that i admitted to phoning in. I stand responsible for my actions, I have turned my life around. I work everyday and contribute to society and take nothing that isn't mine and I have been treated like a hardened criminal and I know people that done worse than I ever did and their sentence was reduced to misdemeanors and they have continued on that path to self destruction. There is no fair justice in this county. Hang the little man and let the big fish continue then try to cover it up when something tragic happens. could've, should've but just didn't.
Chapmanville offended

Charleston, WV

#29 Apr 18, 2012
Family wrote:
Whatever problem anyone had doesn't mean they deserved to die the way they did.. And if you ppl had any respect for them and their families you would shut the hell up! They never bothered anyone, so why set and talk about them. Let them rest in peace and their families grieve!
"Let people alone...dont mention their kid...he's nothing to do with it..and as for the other three, if you dont knw them dont discuss them. Most of you had probably been at that house one time or another. Probably knw more than you are admitting..may it eat you alive!
Fed Up

Glasgow, WV

#30 Apr 23, 2012
It seems as though the majority of posts on here are just to trash the ones who lost their lives. Everyone has some good about them and unless they have taken a life intentionally, then they certainly didn't deserve what happened to them. I have never seen as many users as there seems to be in Southern West Virginia. There ones out there that draw SSD or SSI and food stamps and in less than a week after the checks arrive, they are hungry because there is no food and nothing to buy it with. Then they talk of hunger so others will feed them. They never think of tomorrow, just the big high they can get today. There are numerous organizations out there who will help those who desire help, but most will not even try and see if they can be helped. Most of the druggies that I know of that are on SSD ans SSI are capable of working but it seems that drugs are more important. A lot of people who really need SS get turned down and yet the druggies seem to get it. I don't know how the ones who lost their lives survived but I think some of them did work periodically'

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