Man charged with killing his in-laws...

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Defense Attorney John Mullady said, "He's not quite plugged in when people aren't there." That's how Mullady characterized his client, William Muller, 39, of Canaan.

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Laura

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#530
Oct 12, 2009
 
paisleyposey
First of all my comments were directed to Christie...NOT to you!! Just as she posted something directed toward me. Let her answer me for herself. Who put you in charge of responding for her? And I do know how much it costs to raise a child. I am raising 2 on my own. I also have one in college so apparently I know what I am doing. I have no idea who you are and personally I don't give a damn about you or what you have to say. She asked me questions about how I can stand by him so I reciprocated by asking her questions. If she can't take it then she shouldn't post. If you don't like it then don't read what I have to say.
Pamela

Chatham, NY

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Oct 16, 2009
 
Laura, I don't know you,, or care to. I just happended to check and find that Christie had posted, which surprised me. After reading your comment that Billy hasn't embarrassed your family or caused them shame, it was obvious to me that you people must live by much differant standards that the rest of us. As for your reading all the trial doucments and the divorce papers, you must be interperting what you read to suit your own needs and purpose. Yes, Christie sold the house and got all the money. And then she handed over the lion's share to all the people that Billy HADN'T paid for work done and people he had borrowed money from but hadn't repaid. She may have gotten the house, but she was the one paying for it, not him! Billy's family even had the nerve to tell his creditors to call Christie because she had all the money! Billy made no provisions for the care of his son, none at all, Christie didn't and or won't get a red cent! She and Travis are done a wonderful job raising Billy's son, he is a very happy, well adjusted little boy anyone would be proud of. Your comnent about a Christie pity party was priceless. Christie has moved forward with her life, she doesn't dwell on the past. She will alway suffer the loss of her parents. I've read alll the posts from Billy's family, and if it were me, I wouldn't let my son associate with any of them based on their inability to acknowedge that what Billy did was wrong, no matter WHAT the circumstances were. Furthermore, his "family" should accept some responsibility for their own negligence, theyy were aware of his mental state prior to this tragedy, and they did nothing to get him the help he needed! Christie had already left him, it was no longer her responsibility to take care of him. The past can't be changed or undone. Let's see what happens with Billy's appeal, maybe this forum will get a second life, maybe not. Anyway you look at it though, don't expect a Muller-Lynch family reunion in this lifetime!
Laura

Peekskill, NY

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#532
Oct 16, 2009
 
Pamela no we don't know each other but I don't care to know you either. We apparently live by better standards than you because we support our family and not just abandon them as you apparently would do. If Christie has moved forward with her life then why would she come on her and post anything? For the attention that she so craves that's why. You want to say his family was negligent? Well then you should also point the finger at Christie. She was not and is not perfect. She supposedly left him but they went away together for Mother's Day and then she spent Memorial Day Weekend at the house for a barbecue and they shared the same bed. That's leaving someone in your book? Ok give me a break!! I'm sure she will deny it because Travis probably didn't know but there are witnesses to that fact so she can't deny it now. As for the money....all of her credit cards and her truck were paid off when they signed the papers for the mortgage. So why shouldn't she have had to pay some bills when she sold the house? And she got things she wasn't even entitled to so she could pay other things off. Who knows what she did with that money. She probably won't even admit to getting anything so people will still feel sorry for her. She is not the only mother raising a child without a father. There are alot of us including me doing it without any financial assstance. I certainly don't expect a Muller Lynch family reunion whatsoever nor would I want one. That's ridiculous to even bring up. I support Billy and I always will. I am done posting. Like I said I only posted because Christie directed her post to me. If she has anything worth saying to me she will find a way to do so other than this stupid forum to do it.

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#533
Oct 16, 2009
 
If my son or family member had killed tow people, I would stand by him, but I'd be falling all over myself to apologize to the victims' families that's for sure. I'd be humble and my sadness and appreciation for the weight of the tragedy would be incredibly APPARENT if ever I had dealings with them.
Higher standards Laura? My azz.
Pamela

Chatham, NY

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#534
Oct 16, 2009
 
Laura. For someone who was done posting for this forum, it took you less than an hour to respond to my comment. You live by a double standard, which in my book is sad. People take exception to you portraying Billy as the victim of this tragedy. It wasn't an accident, he entered that house to do harm to someone that night. No one expects his family to abandon him in his time of need. But no one likes the way his supporters blame Christie for his actions. You blame Christie for what he did, but he's the one in jail. How does that make sense? I won't get into a pissing contest with you about when and how she left him, or any of the money issues you listed. His family knew he was mentally unstable after the April 06 incident and they believed that Christie was responsible for it. Why would they expect her to get him the help he needed if they thought she was causing the problems he was suffering? You all should have supported him then when he needed the help, maybe he wouldn't be where he is today if you had. It's easier for you all to blame Christie, it answers all your questions why it happened and why it ended as it did. Their divorce is final, she isn't married to him any more, she is out of your family now. He and his lawyer agreed to the terms of the divorce, he signed and its over. Don't bother responding, I'm not interested in what you might say.
Pamela

Stephentown, NY

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#535
Oct 23, 2009
 
Laura wrote:
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Yes I am a member of Billy's family. He has not caused us an shame or embarrassment. And no I don't wish this would all go away. You don't know me so you should not assume anything. It can't go away. It will never go away. As for the appeal. Billy is entitled to file an appeal. And you are incorrect with what you stated about him filing for a new trial. You should know what you are talking about before you write it.
I just checked in to see if there is anything new, hey, you never know. I re-read the most recents posts and realized that I had never responded to Laura's post directly. After reading all her posts, I am assuming that she is the sister of Christine, the mother of Billy's oldest son. If that is true, how does being the sister of Billy's exgirlfiend make you family? And concerning your comments about Billy filing an appeal for a new trial, maybe YOU should know what you are talking about before writing. When you file an appeal, if the appeal is granted, you get a new trial! Without a new trial, he can't get out. I never said that he had filed for a new trial, I'm not that stupid.
In your later posts you said that you had seen the divorce papers and that Christie had gotten all kinds of stuff that she wasn't entitled to. Was Billy going to ride the two quads around the exercize yard and park them in his cell at night? There are two sides to every story, and the version you got was biased of course. I am sure that liquidating his assets would have helped to defray his legal expenses. You may be a single mother raising a few children. Imagine how hard it is to provide your child with a safe and stable homelife after his father killed his grandparents in the house the child considered to be his home. Laura, I can assure you that it wasn't a party at all. It probably isn't worth responding to anything you have said, because you are convinced that your source of information is accurate. Maybe you shoudl consider the source before responding further. Some people just don't get it!
Bob

Stephentown, NY

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#536
Oct 24, 2009
 
Just got another email notifying me of updates to this forum, seems Billy's been on a few minds lately. Laura, what business is it of yours why it took her so long to get a divorce and what she got? Any idea what it cost her to clean up the mess he left her with? She paid steep mortgage payments for a few years, couldn't sell the house because he wouldn't agree or sign off. She had to pay to maintain her parents home, no one is interested in buying a murder scene. She also had to rent an apartment until after his sentencing, the authorities wanted her living in a safe place because Billy had tried to pay someone to kill her so she couldn't testify against him. She had a fulltime job the first year, meeting with the DA to prepare for the trial. That job paid $0.00. She had to support her son, she wasn't "entitled" to child support. Before she could sell their house, she had to pay off all the liens on the mortgage for his unpaid debt. If you add all these expenses up, 4 wheelers and some household stuff was a pitance for him to contribute. She would have loved a quick divorce, Billy refused to sign any papers for almost 3 years. Billy's legal costs were more important to him that taking care of his share of parental responsibilities. If he were my son, prison would be the safest place for him. People around here sure do have a different sense of right and wrong and aren't afraid to speak out when they feel someone is being treated unfairly.
Bob

Chatham, NY

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Apr 24, 2010
 
There has been no activity on this forum for the past six months. Just thought I would add an update, which should shut this forum down for good. The Appelate Court issued it's 10 page decision on Billy's appeal request. The conviction and sentence(s) are affirmed. That means he isn't getting out until after Hell freezes over and then thaws out.

What a sad way to spend your life, locked up and without a prayer. And plenty of time to rethink your life, but sorry, he's not getting any do overs.

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