Patrick Bradford wants out. Why not?...
Die n there

Evansville, IN

#61 Dec 27, 2012
He shoulda got the needle!
Judas

Indianapolis, IN

#62 Dec 27, 2012
hmmm wrote:
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Actually unless you took the entrance exam to law school, which I did before I decided to go into a different field, than I understand the trial process better than you.
You advocated for him in the beginning - tried and failed to get into law school and have now decided he isn't worth it. Good for you!
Justice

Indianapolis, IN

#63 Jan 23, 2013
Correction- He was convicted of Pre-Meditated murder and arson.
Justice

Indianapolis, IN

#64 Jan 23, 2013
Hmm wrote:
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Tells me that you don't understand the trial process very well.
Sorry Hmmm, I believe it is you who failed the bar exam several times. So who is it that doesn't understand the trial process?
real

Jeffersonville, IN

#65 Jan 24, 2013
He Did The Crime,now he can do the time,he's guilty and he knows it,look at all the innocent people he had locked up,karma's a *itch
know him

Evansville, IN

#66 Jan 24, 2013
i have actually met him and spent many conversations with him. he is sincere when he says he is innocent and the fact that he found god is beside the point. im not an advocate for the cho mos that find god in prison for an excuse to be forgiven ive seen all those fake a@@ b@tches "find God" but bradford isnt one of them. ive met A LOT of murderers and its just not him!!!
Jsouthernindiana @aol.com

Corydon, IN

#67 Jan 24, 2013
abc wrote:
He deserves out because he didn't do it in the first place.
seriously if everyone would look at the facts the timeline and the bank video they might think twice!!! After all there was another person with more motive
Jsouthernindiana @aol.com

Corydon, IN

#68 Jan 24, 2013
nohate wrote:
They have so much evidence now that shows he didn't even do it.
they had evidence then it may not have been him. But they had a rush to judgement
Jsouthernindiana @aol.com

Corydon, IN

#69 Jan 24, 2013
AdvocateForThe Innocent wrote:
I heard that the reason he isn't out already is because the guys whose careers' benefited from his conviction (prosecutors/investigators) won't let that happen. Almost like he is a political prisoner. This is scary stuff. I hope I never get framed in this town.
ditto
Anon

Vincennes, IN

#70 May 31, 2013
I think they should re-evaluate Finis Vincent on this. I have a gut feeling about him...spoke to him online several times and he has such anger issues. I could tell within a few conversations that he is/was a loose cannon at the time, he has a very volatile personality. 8445
Ummmm yeah

United States

#72 Jun 1, 2013
Potential Juror wrote:
That darn bank camera. Some other person must have stolen his vehicle and uniform and made sure to kill Tammy and then made sure to drive by the bank camera to frame him by being on the video. I hate when that happens.
Glenn Patrick Bradford is exactly where he belongs.
qhy does everyone seem to forget the bank camera got him?
Santa Monica

Evansville, IN

#73 Jun 1, 2013
Why would he be let out? He killed Tammy and set her and her house on fire to cover it up. You are right the bank camera did catch him going to her home. Also a neighbor saw him there at around 11 pm when he claimed to be at an accident on Main Street and the other officers testified that he wasn't there. He claimed he did a check on George Russell. It was proven that George Russell was not where Bradford said he was at.

If he didn't do it then why all the lying about where he was at? He had the motive. Tammy wrote a letter to Bradford's wife telling her about the affair right before she was murdered. And he also failed a polygraph test.

So go away freaks and let Tammy rest in peace.
notfreaks

Florence, KY

#74 Jun 2, 2013
Santa Monica wrote:
Why would he be let out? He killed Tammy and set her and her house on fire to cover it up. You are right the bank camera did catch him going to her home. Also a neighbor saw him there at around 11 pm when he claimed to be at an accident on Main Street and the other officers testified that he wasn't there. He claimed he did a check on George Russell. It was proven that George Russell was not where Bradford said he was at.
If he didn't do it then why all the lying about where he was at? He had the motive. Tammy wrote a letter to Bradford's wife telling her about the affair right before she was murdered. And he also failed a polygraph test.
So go away freaks and let Tammy rest in peace.
Looking for equal justice. If those two boys who killed old man Charlie at MOtto mart can get out in 14 why can't he?? They shot two people but only killed one. They are just as guilty. It's equally fair that he should be out too. One murder is no better than another and to deny his PCR is proof that Vanderburgh county does not dispense equal justice. There is no true justice if there is inequality.
Santa Monica

Evansville, IN

#75 Jun 2, 2013
notfreaks wrote:
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Looking for equal justice. If those two boys who killed old man Charlie at MOtto mart can get out in 14 why can't he?? They shot two people but only killed one. They are just as guilty. It's equally fair that he should be out too. One murder is no better than another and to deny his PCR is proof that Vanderburgh county does not dispense equal justice. There is no true justice if there is inequality.
You aren't looking for equal justice. You have an agenda. The killers at Moto Mart should still be locked up, forever. You folks can try to change the facts all you want. He did it and nothing you do is going to change that.
notfreaks

Florence, KY

#76 Jun 2, 2013
Santa Monica wrote:
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You aren't looking for equal justice. You have an agenda. The killers at Moto Mart should still be locked up, forever. You folks can try to change the facts all you want. He did it and nothing you do is going to change that.
They did it too. There are plenty of killers walking the streets of Evansville. I can name about 5 right now. Are you saying the Tamera's life was more important that theirs'? Everyone's life should be equally important and the fact that Charlie's killers were set free after only 14 yrs shows inequality in the justice system. I am not saying he is not guilty. I am saying if you are releasing killers, release him too. No other agenda.
Patriot

Evansville, IN

#77 Jun 3, 2013
Killer Patrick Bradford. I cannot believe anyone would be so naive to support his freedom. A court of law, and 12 of his fellow citizens, picked at random, found him guilty on all counts. To me the punishment wasn't harsh enough. He should never be considered to be released.
Patriot

Evansville, IN

#78 Jun 3, 2013
notfreaks wrote:
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They did it too. There are plenty of killers walking the streets of Evansville. I can name about 5 right now. Are you saying the Tamera's life was more important that theirs'? Everyone's life should be equally important and the fact that Charlie's killers were set free after only 14 yrs shows inequality in the justice system. I am not saying he is not guilty. I am saying if you are releasing killers, release him too. No other agenda.
Some people committing similar crimes have received life without parole and the death penalty. Therefore using your logic Bradford should receive one of those sentences.
injustice

Florence, KY

#79 Jun 3, 2013
Patriot wrote:
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Some people committing similar crimes have received life without parole and the death penalty. Therefore using your logic Bradford should receive one of those sentences.
Old man Charlie's killers received huge sentences which were then diminished down to 14 yrs. The originally were to stay in for life. I guess life is just 14 yrs now. I am not advocating for Mr. Bradford's release, just equal justice. If they can gun down two people and roam the streets, how is it possible that Mr. Bradford can't get a PCR after more than 20? I can also name other murderers that are walking the streets too.
What if this was you

Mckinney, TX

#80 Nov 19, 2013
ugh wrote:
Why they so concerned about stuff 20 years ago. They need to focus on present unsolved murders. For instance Derrick Brian Jackson. EPD is full of ish!
It's still happening. This man didn't disappear when he was put away. He is still innocent and still in prison. The system that it keeping this innocent man locked up is the same one that will "take care of" you when the unspeakable happens. This is important for everyone and it still matters.

Since: Oct 13

Location hidden

#82 Nov 19, 2013
He's a cold blooded murderer. He deserves every single minute of the time then some. It only takes a couple minutes to stab someone to death and set a fire. The bank cameras don't lie. Dispatch doesn't lie. Only people who think he's innocent are his family and friends. You did the crime do your time!!!!!!!! If this was your daughter, sister, cousin or aunt you more then likely would want the maximum. After all Tammy got the maximum and not just 20. Do all your time murder!!!!!!!!! Should have been the death penalty, but he dodged that one. Count your blessings your children and grandchildren can still see and touch you. Tammys can't.

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