Yes, some did in fact call us hillbillies but I’m sure it was lashing out in anger. When someone you love dearly is murdered, you go through a series of emotions; unbearable pain, uncontrollable anger, deep sadness, the list seems endless to the bereaved and you wonder if it will ever pass. Besides, what’s a little name calling compared to the disrespect the victims are receiving from what seems like many different people on a public message board? I’m sure it’s only one or two posting such negative heartless comments, under different names, most of us hillbillies are better then that, by far…please put yourself in their shoes. Judge not, lest you be judged.<quoted text> I think most everyone has sympathy for the family, but the point is, they have a hang up about "hillbillies"... Sounds like they are blaming ALL. It's awful what happened, but I didn't do it, and I'm sure you didn't either, so I don't feel that I have to take their insults or smart remarks. I can say this for the "hillbillies" in just about any place in the south... when someone passes away, they are the first to show up at your house with food, or what ever they think you may need. They are there for you, whatever you may need. If I'm not mistaken, I believe on the first page, someone was offering to help this families children, with an offering of clothing. Most southerners have big hearts, and most yankees have big mouths!
Lets all hope they catch the killer(s) soon because if the motive was robbery, after the loot runs out, who will be next?