Driving while intoxicated part 3!!
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Wow

Romney, IN

#22 Feb 3, 2014
just wondering wrote:
I am absolutely disgusted with the comments blaming this murdered man...it doesn't matter if he changed his mind and decided to go drink,it doesn't make murder justified "if" he actually just "groped" this girl,it doesn't justify murder if he had too much to drink and was supposedly cut off at the bar/bars....nothing I've seen or heard about this case so far justifies this man being beaten to death so badly it was a closed casket,left in the middle of a dark country road dead or dying,,,,,,I really hope justice is served.
AGREE!!!!....imagine if it was someone in the laws family would be totally different this is crazy and a mockery of justice!
jeri

Toledo, OH

#23 Feb 10, 2014
Kassie don't worry I haven't showed pictures to noone girl they don't know crap they are diggin thier oewn

Since: Nov 13

Vernon Hills, IL

#24 Feb 11, 2014
If the facts don't fit the theory...then change the facts. Albert Einstein

“Coming in from the cold”

Since: Jan 14

New Orleans, LA

#25 Feb 11, 2014
ahahhaha!

*blow nose*

Sometimes you just can't stop stupid people from doing the wrong thing.

*play with lint trap*

Since: Jan 14

Edmonton, Canada

#26 Nov 8, 2014
I am finally at peace, Paul has finally admitted to killing my husband, It must be so hard to look at yourself everyday and know that you have the blood of another on your hands. Other than losing my husband what else is really sad is his innocent children will one day grown up and learn that their father is a killer. What a sad legacy to leave your children,
Really

Plainfield, IL

#27 Nov 8, 2014
Involuntary manslaughter is an accident, an unintentional killing. Obviously the prosecutor and judge feel that your husband played a major part in his own death. Paul is not a murderer. Paul is a peacekeeper, a man that stood up to a bully that was sexually battering his wife after repeated requests to stop and refusing to get out of her car. Would love to see a toxicology report on your saintly husband. Bet there are a few surprises there.

Since: Jan 14

Canada

#28 Nov 8, 2014
Really wrote:
Involuntary manslaughter is an accident, an unintentional killing. Obviously the prosecutor and judge feel that your husband played a major part in his own death. Paul is not a murderer. Paul is a peacekeeper, a man that stood up to a bully that was sexually battering his wife after repeated requests to stop and refusing to get out of her car. Would love to see a toxicology report on your saintly husband. Bet there are a few surprises there.
I never claimed my husband was saintly....and you don't know shit about what you are saying. Good people don't leave others to die....and it was not involuntary.....get your facts straight.
Really

Plainfield, IL

#29 Nov 9, 2014
Please tell me which facts I have wrong:

1. Mr. Fisher consumed alcohol and drugs the night he died, including moonshine from the people he was staying with. He did this despite the fact that he told you he was 'staying in' the evening before his mother's funeral.

2. Mr. Fisher was so inebriated that he was cut off at the Legion and the Animal House.

3. Mr. Fisher left with the Laflens of his own free will to participate in a 'country cruise'.

4. Mr. Fisher repeatedly groped and sexually battered Mrs. Laflen while in her vehicle.

5. Mrs. Laflen pulled over and demanded that Mr. Fisher get out and he refused to do so.

6. Mr. Fisher didn't exit the vehicle until Mr. Laflen opened the door and demanded the same.

7. Mr. Fisher was the instigator of the entire confrontation both in the car and in the road.

8. Mr. Laflen had no physical injuries; no scrapes, no bruises, no cuts. How does one participate in a physical altercation and receive no injuries? Is it totally out of the question that in Mr. Fisher's altered state, he stumbled, tripped, or fell and caused his fatal injury to himself? The Coroner in Clinton County has only been trained as an EMT and worked in a funeral home. It is a political position that doesn't legally require any actual medical experience, only the passing of a certification exam. There is no forensic degree or training required. They are not a Medical Examiner, which is a doctor that has been trained and earned a forensic science degree. I don't trust the opinion of anyone but a doctor concerning physical injuries resulting in death, and certainly not ones that could have multiple explanations.

9. Mrs. Laflen called 911 for medical assistance at the scene and her phone died/call dropped. She then drove to her nearby residence and called back, providing the location of Mr. Fisher.

10. Mrs. Laflen pled guilty to Driving while Intoxicated and accepted the terms of her sentence, including license suspension and probation.

11. Mr. Laflen has pled guilty to Involuntary Manslaughter, the definition of which in indiana is an accidental or unintentional death. He has accepted responsibility for his actions that evening, and will serve the terms of his sentence as required.

Mr. Fisher's death was a the culmination of an unfortunate series of events, ones that he either participated willingly in, or instigated.
jamie

Lafayette, IN

#30 Nov 12, 2014
Many years ago I had to find a lawyer out of town to collect over $25,000 of back child support. The clerks in the child support office (Pam) let my ex go without paying, no garnishment or anything. They delayed court proceedings to protect him. Finally my lawyer and new judge got him to start paying. They kept saying they couldn't find him didn't know where he worked even though I gave them everything. Took several years to get it taken care of. Corruption of CC.
ctaylor24

United States

#31 Nov 12, 2014
just wondering wrote:
I am absolutely disgusted with the comments blaming this murdered man...it doesn't matter if he changed his mind and decided to go drink,it doesn't make murder justified "if" he actually just "groped" this girl,it doesn't justify murder if he had too much to drink and was supposedly cut off at the bar/bars....nothing I've seen or heard about this case so far justifies this man being beaten to death so badly it was a closed casket,left in the middle of a dark country road dead or dying,,,,,,I really hope justice is served.
So not happy reading all this you people don't have a fkn clue about the lafflens!!
Yep

Michigantown, IN

#32 Nov 13, 2014
As if any of you were in the car riding around with the victim and accused when all this took place.

Go back to watching Jerry Springer.
clueless

United States

#33 Nov 13, 2014
Yep wrote:
As if any of you were in the car riding around with the victim and accused when all this took place.
Go back to watching Jerry Springer.
Jer-ry, Jer-ry, Jer-ry!!!!
Really

Elkhart, IN

#34 Nov 13, 2014
....still waiting to hear which facts I have wrong.
heyanotherthing

Chicago, IL

#35 Nov 15, 2014
How's the new boyfriend, Lancy? Moved on rather quickly, all under the guise of 'Ken would have wanted me to be happy.' You barely let his side of the bed get cool before you moved on.

Since: Jan 14

Grande Prairie, Canada

#36 Nov 16, 2014
heyanotherthing wrote:
How's the new boyfriend, Lancy? Moved on rather quickly, all under the guise of 'Ken would have wanted me to be happy.' You barely let his side of the bed get cool before you moved on.
I have noticed on here that everyone is very quick to judge people...you have no idea what my thoughts and feelings are....I didn't know there we a time frame for moving on and getting on with ones life. What I do know is that I have no one I have to answer to ...I did all the right things and was a faithful wife. I also know that I have a job...I support myself...I try and treat people with respect alot of times even when they don't deserve. Therefore I can do what I want with my life. And I am not afraid to put my name on what I say....I don't hide behind fake names like others do on here.
Ken paid the ultimate price for his drunken stupidity.....Now the other 2 involved will have to pay the price also, And that is not for me to decided what that price is that is up to the judge. Kassie will have to live the rest of her life knowing she drove away and left someone to die in the road....and Paul will have to live the rest of his life knowing that because of his drunken rage he killed someone.
Really

Chicago, IL

#37 Nov 16, 2014
See that's thing...Paul doesn't have any drunken rage, that's how I know he didn't 'murder' your husband.

Which facts did I have wrong?
honestly

United States

#38 Nov 17, 2014
Really wrote:
See that's thing...Paul doesn't have any drunken rage, that's how I know he didn't 'murder' your husband.
Which facts did I have wrong?
I've known Paul and partied years ago with him and seems like a real mellow and nice guy, so I agree, that other guy did so thing bad to get where he is... just a thought from a third party here ..

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