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Since: Nov 11

Aurora, IL

#1 Jan 29, 2012
i have seen a couple of people now respond to various posts of mine and they have actually changed there names to please ed or come on ed. now i just saw one called AAS, obviously referring to an anonymous student. i remember a while back some one did it to another guy whose name was unincorporated or something.

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Since: Dec 11

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#2 Jan 29, 2012
Edhunter93 wrote:
i have seen a couple of people now respond to various posts of mine and they have actually changed there names to please ed or come on ed. now i just saw one called AAS, obviously referring to an anonymous student. i remember a while back some one did it to another guy whose name was unincorporated or something.
I change my name often. Sometimes just to respond to a post. I don't try to hide it as I'm sure others don't either.
I think you can distinguish between the posters, by their rhetoric (or lack of) and by obvious degree of given content (or lack of). <~end run-on sentence.
other id

New Lenox, IL

#3 Jan 30, 2012
Edhunter93 wrote:
i have seen a couple of people now respond to various posts of mine and they have actually changed there names to please ed or come on ed. now i just saw one called AAS, obviously referring to an anonymous student. i remember a while back some one did it to another guy whose name was unincorporated or something.
You sound like an intelligent guy, and I understand where you'd love to ALSO ruffle the feathers of a few bigoted adults, but that last topic isn't your spot. Here is a blog of a guy who went to LincolnWay and was convicted of some horrible crimes. Obviously he says he is guilty (they all do), but he really has some crazy proof that was ignored, his car was returned to the parents saying (by forensics) that he really didn't use it etc wtc... He writes these blogs from stateville and then mails them out to people and family to put online. The internal affairs unit has been attempting to shut his blog down because they fear what he writes, and most prisons don't follow actual law.(I personally don't blame them either)
There are so many holes in this case that I can't even believe it has not been looked at again. Obviously, if you want to read the 'true' transcripts, you will have to dig a little online, because the media had him convicted of the browns chicken massacre in palatine, at one point.
Anyway, he writes about his 18 years in prisons, his case and his daily activities. Whether you believe his story or not, it's interresting and presents quite a few questions about his case, and our judicial/justice system as a whole.
http://paulmodrowski.blogspot.com/

You mentioned something about criminals not being treated fairly, in an earlier post, so I thought you may find this enlightening.
Please

Saint Louis, MO

#4 Jan 30, 2012
other id wrote:
<quoted text>You sound like an intelligent guy, and I understand where you'd love to ALSO ruffle the feathers of a few bigoted adults, but that last topic isn't your spot. Here is a blog of a guy who went to LincolnWay and was convicted of some horrible crimes. Obviously he says he is guilty (they all do), but he really has some crazy proof that was ignored, his car was returned to the parents saying (by forensics) that he really didn't use it etc wtc... He writes these blogs from stateville and then mails them out to people and family to put online. The internal affairs unit has been attempting to shut his blog down because they fear what he writes, and most prisons don't follow actual law.(I personally don't blame them either)
There are so many holes in this case that I can't even believe it has not been looked at again. Obviously, if you want to read the 'true' transcripts, you will have to dig a little online, because the media had him convicted of the browns chicken massacre in palatine, at one point.
Anyway, he writes about his 18 years in prisons, his case and his daily activities. Whether you believe his story or not, it's interresting and presents quite a few questions about his case, and our judicial/justice system as a whole.
http://paulmodrowski.blogspot.com/

You mentioned something about criminals not being treated fairly, in an earlier post, so I thought you may find this enlightening.
Do you ever think that he might be guilty? I mean you have brought Paul Modrowski up several times on here. News flash ID, bad guys lie, and they are good at it. But playing devils advocate, what happens after all this publicity you give him, he truly is guilty?
You are also wrong by claiming EdHunter is intelligent. There is a difference between intelligence and blind ignorance.
Depends

Frankfort, IL

#5 Jan 30, 2012
Does it really matter if someone changes their name? I usually do too depending on what the subject is.
secret ID

New Lenox, IL

#6 Jan 30, 2012
Please wrote:
<quoted text>Do you ever think that he might be guilty? I mean you have brought Paul Modrowski up several times on here. News flash ID, bad guys lie, and they are good at it. But playing devils advocate, what happens after all this publicity you give him, he truly is guilty?
You are also wrong by claiming EdHunter is intelligent. There is a difference between intelligence and blind ignorance.
I don't know if he is guilty or not. I do know that I have read all transcripts and can't understand why this case hasn't been looked at further. We have a judicial system for a reason, and this goes against our constitution. Guilty or not, I could care less. It's an intriguing and educational case to study if you find law fascinating.
Once a small right is violated or taken in the least, we will continue to see a decline in the freedoms we know today.

I believe there are more instances of the abridgement of freedoms of the people by gradual and silent encroachment of those in power than by violent and sudden usurpations.
secret ID

New Lenox, IL

#7 Jan 30, 2012
Please wrote:
<quoted text>Do you ever think that he might be guilty? I mean you have brought Paul Modrowski up several times on here. News flash ID, bad guys lie, and they are good at it. But playing devils advocate, what happens after all this publicity you give him, he truly is guilty?
You are also wrong by claiming EdHunter is intelligent. There is a difference between intelligence and blind ignorance.
...answer to part 2: I know and have reasons for everything.
Who am I today

Elk Grove Village, IL

#8 Jan 30, 2012
I love trolling.......It's fun as hell!
inspector gidget

New Lenox, IL

#9 Jan 30, 2012
Who am I today wrote:
I love trolling.......It's fun as hell!
you sound like me. With the (...'s) hmmm...
who am I today

Elk Grove Village, IL

#10 Jan 31, 2012
I do not want the spelling/punctuation police to bust me.
my other secret id

New Lenox, IL

#11 Jan 31, 2012
who am I today wrote:
I do not want the spelling/punctuation police to bust me.
funny!!
teacher

Maryland Heights, MO

#12 Jan 31, 2012
who am I today wrote:
I do not want the spelling/punctuation police to bust me.
Everyone has done a fine job on spelling!
Editor on Modrowski blog

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Feb 3, 2012
Hi, I noticed your back links on Paul's blog. Paul's case had trouble with legal details. The lawyer who filed one appeal filed it without affidavits, which meant all the points and arguments were ignored by the court. He had another lawyer file a writ of habeas corpus and that lawyer filed it one day late (and half-written). One day late means the court rejects it out of hand. A justice organization appealed that all the way to the US Supreme Court -- which said one day late is too late, sorry. So -- no -- Paul's case has NOT been looked at properly. About 5 years ago, Paul's prents hired a lawyer who is a law professor, and he never got around to actually filing anything. Then they hired a new lawyer a few years ago, who keeps saying something will be filed soon, but years have come and gone and it has not happened. Still, she says it is going to happen soon. We're waiting..
Paul files his own petitions for Clemency with the Illinois Governor. He writes these himself. Governor Blagojevich denied Paul's petition, and we hope he one day becomes Paul's cellmate. LOL.
Paul has a Clemency petition up right now with Governor Quinn. On Paul's blog, there is a direct link to the email form to the Governor. Just click on it and you can write a message asking the Governor to let Paul go free.
Let's suppose Paul is guilty as he was found -- he was found guilty by the accountability law for supposedly lending his car to the person who was accused of killed Dean Fawcett. That person was acquitted. So let's say Paul is guilty of lending his car to a man who was acquitted. Even if so, Isn't 18 years in prison an awful long time, considering actual murderers are out in half that?
PLEASE COME AND READ AT HTTP://PAULMODROWSKI.BLOGSPOT.COM
my other secret id

New Lenox, IL

#14 Feb 3, 2012
Editor on Modrowski blog wrote:
Hi, I noticed your back links on Paul's blog. Paul's case had trouble with legal details. The lawyer who filed one appeal filed it without affidavits, which meant all the points and arguments were ignored by the court. He had another lawyer file a writ of habeas corpus and that lawyer filed it one day late (and half-written). One day late means the court rejects it out of hand. A justice organization appealed that all the way to the US Supreme Court -- which said one day late is too late, sorry. So -- no -- Paul's case has NOT been looked at properly. About 5 years ago, Paul's prents hired a lawyer who is a law professor, and he never got around to actually filing anything. Then they hired a new lawyer a few years ago, who keeps saying something will be filed soon, but years have come and gone and it has not happened. Still, she says it is going to happen soon. We're waiting..
Paul files his own petitions for Clemency with the Illinois Governor. He writes these himself. Governor Blagojevich denied Paul's petition, and we hope he one day becomes Paul's cellmate. LOL.
Paul has a Clemency petition up right now with Governor Quinn. On Paul's blog, there is a direct link to the email form to the Governor. Just click on it and you can write a message asking the Governor to let Paul go free.
Let's suppose Paul is guilty as he was found -- he was found guilty by the accountability law for supposedly lending his car to the person who was accused of killed Dean Fawcett. That person was acquitted. So let's say Paul is guilty of lending his car to a man who was acquitted. Even if so, Isn't 18 years in prison an awful long time, considering actual murderers are out in half that?
PLEASE COME AND READ AT HTTP://PAULMODROWSKI.BLOGSPOT.COM
thank you for posting this. I have written governor Quinn a couple times and received two different responses. The most recent letter stated that Quinn is still reviewing petitions from '03 that were 'overlooked'. They said that he will get to modrowskis petition and go over it thoroughly.
I hope they really do so. You are correct. This case has been 'swept under the rug' for long enough, and seemingly for multiple reasons that I won't go into here. There are just way too many questions.
Family Friend of Paul M

Winfield, IL

#15 Mar 23, 2013
I have known Paul Modrowski and his family a long, long time. I know for a fact that he could not have lent his car to the murderer that night because he was at his sister's house and got there in his own car! His sister and her husband were at the courthouse waiting to testify for 3 days, but Paul's incompetent lawyer never called them to testify. This is a pure injustice and an insult to our judicial system. Worse yet is that no politician and no court has yet to set Paul free. He writes that blog to try to keep his sanity as he rots in the hell called Stateville.
Family Friend of Paul M

Winfield, IL

#16 Mar 23, 2013
my other secret id wrote:
<quoted text>
thank you for posting this. I have written governor Quinn a couple times and received two different responses. The most recent letter stated that Quinn is still reviewing petitions from '03 that were 'overlooked'. They said that he will get to modrowskis petition and go over it thoroughly.
I hope they really do so. You are correct. This case has been 'swept under the rug' for long enough, and seemingly for multiple reasons that I won't go into here. There are just way too many questions.
What is the problem with Governor Quinn? He has not looked at Clemency Petitions since 2003? That's unconscionable! How many prisoners have put their hopes in this man to right a wrong and set them free? Not everyone has DNA to prove innocence. Some wrongs can't be corrected by courts due to blunders by lawyers (as in the case of Paul Modrowski). Who ever heard of an 18 year old going to prison for the rest of his life for supposedly loaning his car to a man who used it to transport his victim to the woods where he killed him? Disgraceful. Quinn lost my vote.

For anyone who thinks Modrowski may be guilty, I ask guilty of what? Lending his car? The trial judge said, "I cannot give him the death penalty because there is no evidence that he was present at this murder." What does that tell you?
Neighbor

Oswego, IL

#17 Mar 24, 2013
I just read the whole story... Seems to me the three guys & a girl were all using fake names, and executing numerious check fraud roberirs. At 18, Paul was using a different name too. So the girl thinks one of them is going to move to CA, and thinks he stated if caught he will tell everything. So she tells Paul & his buddy that billy-bob (me being silly) said these things. Paul's buddy (Pauls side of the story) say's he's going to kill & silence the third guy. At some point Paul loans the guy his car to go kill the guy. Buda bing, the guy gets shot, head & hands cut off, dead as can be. I'll skip a bit here... They get tracked down, Paul blames his buddy, his buddy blames Paul. Two seperate trials... Paul's buddy gets acquited, Paul gets life for assisting. Strange the other guy got off.

So IMO, Paul was a crook & a bad guy at 18. Yes 18!! Played with fire, supported at the least a first degree slaying, and got burned for doing it.

Next case please.
Family Friend of Paul M

Winfield, IL

#18 Mar 24, 2013
"Neighbor" your post sounds like a screen play that you copied from the states attorney whose job it is to wrap up and get a conviction at any cost. You "read the whole story"? What was your source? You don't have the facts, and obviously don't care about the truth in this case. First error: there were 4 men and 2 women in this case (two were married and older than the rest).

5 people were arrested months after the body of the 4th man was discovered in the woods. The woman you say made a phone call to warn the others that Fawcett would go to the police if caught was deeply involved in the bad check scam herself and very addicted to cocaine. Her testimony was highly suspect because she couldn't even remember the names of the group of new friends she had attached herself to just before Christmas. She went on shopping sprees with the victim and the other woman involved but could not remember who drove what car or even what color the car was.

I could go on with the facts, but you've made up your mind already that Paul is guilty. You'd make a good prosecutor or news reporter because neither care about the truth, only a juicy story and a possible bonus check on payday.

For others on this site, you may want to learn the truth by reading legal documents filed on Paul's behalf over the years. Some are available online.
MindPsych

Beecher, IL

#19 Mar 24, 2013
To every one of these posts and posters, I say: WHO CARES?
Neighbor

Oswego, IL

#20 Mar 24, 2013
Family Friend of Paul M wrote:
"Neighbor" your post sounds like a screen play that you copied from the states attorney whose job it is to wrap up and get a conviction at any cost. You "read the whole story"? What was your source? You don't have the facts, and obviously don't care about the truth in this case. First error: there were 4 men and 2 women in this case (two were married and older than the rest).
5 people were arrested months after the body of the 4th man was discovered in the woods. The woman you say made a phone call to warn the others that Fawcett would go to the police if caught was deeply involved in the bad check scam herself and very addicted to cocaine. Her testimony was highly suspect because she couldn't even remember the names of the group of new friends she had attached herself to just before Christmas. She went on shopping sprees with the victim and the other woman involved but could not remember who drove what car or even what color the car was.
I could go on with the facts, but you've made up your mind already that Paul is guilty. You'd make a good prosecutor or news reporter because neither care about the truth, only a juicy story and a possible bonus check on payday.
For others on this site, you may want to learn the truth by reading legal documents filed on Paul's behalf over the years. Some are available online.
No Sir. I lean to Paul was a dishonest bad boy big time at 18, A punk. That is all...

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