Brickey-friend

Johnson City, TN

#169 Oct 4, 2013
will wrote:
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spoken by a scholar of the English language...
but you could not disagree with her comment?
will

Sarasota, FL

#170 Oct 5, 2013
I find it funny how you bash Sam's character at the same time saying how great the Brickey's are but you will not answer the question. Why were they drinking and doing drugs with Sam for hours before Sam was shot in the back of the head? Why were they hanging out with him?? It shows you that the Brickey's aren't any different than Sam except Sam is dead and Ronald is going to prison. Don't worry about him though he has been in jail before so he will be fine.
Brickey Friend

Johnson City, TN

#171 Oct 5, 2013
will wrote:
I find it funny how you bash Sam's character at the same time saying how great the Brickey's are but you will not answer the question. Why were they drinking and doing drugs with Sam for hours before Sam was shot in the back of the head? Why were they hanging out with him?? It shows you that the Brickey's aren't any different than Sam except Sam is dead and Ronald is going to prison. Don't worry about him though he has been in jail before so he will be fine.
Even his friend describe him as a bad guy. Ronald was in his own home, with his own wife trying to enjoy his time off from work. Sam interrupted that evening. You can't say what were they doing with him if they were such good people. Don't forget your talking to people who knew Sam. That's like having been flooded by muddy water then blaming you because the floor is dirty. Sam was the unfriendly part of this equation. Do you think you would have ever heard Ronald Brickeys' name if Sam had not gone there that night. Mr Brickey has only one DUI on his record. How desperate you must be to compare Ronalds' past to that of the likes of Sams record. do u relly want to go there. There are services online that let you run a check on anyone.
will

Sarasota, FL

#172 Oct 5, 2013
Brickey Friend wrote:
<quoted text>Even his friend describe him as a bad guy. Ronald was in his own home, with his own wife trying to enjoy his time off from work. Sam interrupted that evening. You can't say what were they doing with him if they were such good people. Don't forget your talking to people who knew Sam. That's like having been flooded by muddy water then blaming you because the floor is dirty. Sam was the unfriendly part of this equation. Do you think you would have ever heard Ronald Brickeys' name if Sam had not gone there that night. Mr Brickey has only one DUI on his record. How desperate you must be to compare Ronalds' past to that of the likes of Sams record. do u relly want to go there. There are services online that let you run a check on anyone.
like I said before if Sam was such a bad guy and Ronald was in his own home interrupted by Sam why wasn't the police called?? Why did Ronald invite him in his home and drink with him for hours? You can add second degree murder along with that DUI charge. He is going to have a tough time convincing a jury that shooting an unarmed man in the back of the head (with alcohol in your system) was justifiable.
Brickey Friend

Johnson City, TN

#173 Oct 5, 2013
will wrote:
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like I said before if Sam was such a bad guy and Ronald was in his own home interrupted by Sam why wasn't the police called?? Why did Ronald invite him in his home and drink with him for hours? You can add second degree murder along with that DUI charge. He is going to have a tough time convincing a jury that shooting an unarmed man in the back of the head (with alcohol in your system) was justifiable.
Pro- Brickey Help us free Ronald. I'm tired of talking with this person. Its going to take a trail for you.I question wheather Will knew sam at all.You certainly don't know Mr. Brickey.

Since: Aug 08

Bristol, TN

#174 Oct 6, 2013
will wrote:
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like I said before if Sam was such a bad guy and Ronald was in his own home interrupted by Sam why wasn't the police called?? Why did Ronald invite him in his home and drink with him for hours? You can add second degree murder along with that DUI charge. He is going to have a tough time convincing a jury that shooting an unarmed man in the back of the head (with alcohol in your system) was justifiable.
None of this matters, didn't you watch any of the Zimmerman trial, all that matters is who escalated the situation to physical violence.
Brickey Friend

Johnson City, TN

#175 Oct 6, 2013
moonshinegrrl420 wrote:
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None of this matters, didn't you watch any of the Zimmerman trial, all that matters is who escalated the situation to physical violence.
Thanks for your level headed reply.
will

Sarasota, FL

#176 Oct 6, 2013
moonshinegrrl420 wrote:
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None of this matters, didn't you watch any of the Zimmerman trial, all that matters is who escalated the situation to physical violence.
Zimmerman didn't did not have alcohol in his system and shoot Martin in the back of the head. Zimmerman wasn't charged with murder for two months after the killing and we all know why he was charged. The question that has not been answered was if Sam was such a bad person why didn't Brickey call the police instead of inviting him to drink for several hours?? If he is having problems posting 25,000 bond he is going to have real problems finding a good lawyer to get him out of this. I am sure he will take a plea and do 10-12 years before facing life in prison. Now let me set something straight I knew Sam and he was a bad drug addict/ alcoholic who was a dead beat dad. He wasn't the best person out there but he did not deserve to be shot in the back of the head no one. As for Ronald Brickey I am sure he was doing what he thought was right at the time but he was impaired (drinking).
Brickey Friend

Johnson City, TN

#177 Oct 6, 2013
will wrote:
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Zimmerman didn't did not have alcohol in his system and shoot Martin in the back of the head. Zimmerman wasn't charged with murder for two months after the killing and we all know why he was charged. The question that has not been answered was if Sam was such a bad person why didn't Brickey call the police instead of inviting him to drink for several hours?? If he is having problems posting 25,000 bond he is going to have real problems finding a good lawyer to get him out of this. I am sure he will take a plea and do 10-12 years before facing life in prison. Now let me set something straight I knew Sam and he was a bad drug addict/ alcoholic who was a dead beat dad. He wasn't the best person out there but he did not deserve to be shot in the back of the head no one. As for Ronald Brickey I am sure he was doing what he thought was right at the time but he was impaired (drinking).
Well, it appears that you did know sam.
Brickey Friend

Johnson City, TN

#178 Oct 6, 2013
Our problems need not concern you. We have a heartbroken wife, children and grandchildren.
Brickey Friend

Johnson City, TN

#179 Oct 6, 2013
I think I'm finished you guys. I can't believe I've lost my friend because of sam eanes. I didn't even know his last name. Come to think about it, he didn't offer his last name when interduced.

Since: Aug 08

Bristol, TN

#180 Oct 6, 2013
will wrote:
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Zimmerman didn't did not have alcohol in his system and shoot Martin in the back of the head. Zimmerman wasn't charged with murder for two months after the killing and we all know why he was charged. The question that has not been answered was if Sam was such a bad person why didn't Brickey call the police instead of inviting him to drink for several hours?? If he is having problems posting 25,000 bond he is going to have real problems finding a good lawyer to get him out of this. I am sure he will take a plea and do 10-12 years before facing life in prison. Now let me set something straight I knew Sam and he was a bad drug addict/ alcoholic who was a dead beat dad. He wasn't the best person out there but he did not deserve to be shot in the back of the head no one. As for Ronald Brickey I am sure he was doing what he thought was right at the time but he was impaired (drinking).
You really didn't listen to the Zimmerman trial, they didn't test Zimmerman for alcohol or drugs. Once again it doesn't matter, just because you invite someone into your home doesn't mean you give up your right to self defense, it will come down to who escalated to physical violence. If your friend Sam started the physical violence then the Brickey guy had a right to defend his son, self defense of a third party, it don't specify you have to shoot any certain place. Look it up TCA 39-11-611. People please get familiar with right to self defense, one day you may need to know your rights. Research Castle doctrine
will

Sarasota, FL

#181 Oct 6, 2013
moonshinegrrl420 wrote:
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You really didn't listen to the Zimmerman trial, they didn't test Zimmerman for alcohol or drugs. Once again it doesn't matter, just because you invite someone into your home doesn't mean you give up your right to self defense, it will come down to who escalated to physical violence. If your friend Sam started the physical violence then the Brickey guy had a right to defend his son, self defense of a third party, it don't specify you have to shoot any certain place. Look it up TCA 39-11-611. People please get familiar with right to self defense, one day you may need to know your rights. Research Castle doctrine
you are right they didn't test Zimmerman for drugs or alcohol because he was not charged for murder until two months later but they did Ronald Brickey and it wasn't good. As for your self defense plea... good luck because how can you prove self defense when you shoot someone in the back of the head???
will

Sarasota, FL

#182 Oct 6, 2013
Brickey Friend wrote:
I think I'm finished you guys. I can't believe I've lost my friend because of sam eanes. I didn't even know his last name. Come to think about it, he didn't offer his last name when interduced.
You lost your friend because he was drinking and shot a man in the back of the head...
will

Sarasota, FL

#183 Oct 6, 2013
Brickey Friend wrote:
Our problems need not concern you. We have a heartbroken wife, children and grandchildren.
he should have called the police and not drink with a known criminal for hours before shooting him in the back of the head.
will

Sarasota, FL

#184 Oct 6, 2013
Brickey Friend wrote:
<quoted text>Well, it appears that you did know sam.
I knew him for 20 years doesn't men he deserved to be shot in the back of the head by a drunk...
YouWiiSee

Charlotte, NC

#185 Oct 6, 2013
Sam was not shot in the back of the head. Read the report.

Since: Aug 08

Bristol, TN

#186 Oct 7, 2013
will wrote:
<quoted text> you are right they didn't test Zimmerman for drugs or alcohol because he was not charged for murder until two months later but they did Ronald Brickey and it wasn't good. As for your self defense plea... good luck because how can you prove self defense when you shoot someone in the back of the head???
Self defense of a third party look it up
411info

Greeneville, TN

#187 Oct 7, 2013
will wrote:
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like I said before if Sam was such a bad guy and Ronald was in his own home interrupted by Sam why wasn't the police called?? Why did Ronald invite him in his home and drink with him for hours? You can add second degree murder along with that DUI charge. He is going to have a tough time convincing a jury that shooting an unarmed man in the back of the head (with alcohol in your system) was justifiable.
Brickey always tried to see the good in everyone an with Sam that was no different. He met Sam through his old gf (who sam beat an put in the hospital) I know for a fact because I know her as-well. Still Brickey has a past like we all do so he still tried to be a friend to Sam an see the good in him. I was at Brickey's earlier that day when Sam showed up I had to get him to move the car to let me out. He was not invited he just showed up. No one at the house that day knew he was comin down. That I know for a fact cause I was there when he came down. And Sam brought in his own liquor with him cause I saw it and the Brickey's don't care bout people drinkin they just have always been good people bout tryin to keep people safe if they do drink by takin their keys an that is a good thing. We need for people that try to help keep people from drivin drunk an hurtin others. And if u were not there or did not see the area after u can't know or say and like everyone else on here I can't understand or see how anyone knows what they would do in a situation like this. I have kids an I know I would do anything to protect them an if someone was hurtin them no matter my kids age I would do whatever I felt I needed to in order to save them. If u r a parent I don't see how u would not think the same so u must not be a parent. In the end I know for a fact I know both parties an both of them have their good an bad like all of us do (me included). I have heard from the horses mouth the facts an with that said the truth will come out.
Brickey Friend

Johnson City, TN

#188 Oct 7, 2013
Pro Brickey. Help us get Ronald out of jail. You may not have the last word on thias subject. Ronald Brickey is a good man.Sam Eanes was a very bad man.

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