Gilliam murder case hits prime time TV

Gilliam murder case hits prime time TV

There are 69 comments on the The Sentinel-Echo story from Dec 12, 2012, titled Gilliam murder case hits prime time TV. In it, The Sentinel-Echo reports that:

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. - A London murder case will be a featured episode on national broadcast television next year.

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Speakup

Eustis, FL

#49 Apr 23, 2013
Lisa wrote:
Correct me if I'm wrong but if one commits suicide, insurance will not pay correct. So if that was what she was going for she wasn't getting anything anyway. I surely think she would have known that. So making it look like a suicide would not benefit her or any beneficiary in such a case.
The other poster is right. There's a (2) yr. clause. However, it would need to be confirmed if that (2) yr. period began with the original insurance issue date, or, change of beneficiary date. I believe it would have to be original insurance issue date. So we need to not base this entire case of an insurance policy regardless. If I took my best guess, I'm sure she'd rather have him alive than $100,000. That's chicken feed these days. If one looks at the pure facts of the case, there's alot more to the accused's favor than not, and certainly, evidence was pitiful.
Tao

London, KY

#51 Apr 24, 2013
i bet wrote:
lack of evidence means they cant prove anything.....not that she is innocent. the man is still dead, nobody knows for sure if he was murdered, or if it was a suicide. there is still a possibility that she is guilty, noone knows for sure except her, larry, and God......she is the only one here that can defend herself. if you were to go out and commit a crime and NOONE knows that you did it, but there is people questioning whether or not you had done the crime but there is no proof, are you still innocent? for all you know, unless you are her, you can not honestly say that she is innocent just because nothing can be completely proven.
God has this...
Tom

London, KY

#52 Apr 24, 2013
i bet wrote:
lack of evidence means they cant prove anything.....not that she is innocent. the man is still dead, nobody knows for sure if he was murdered, or if it was a suicide. there is still a possibility that she is guilty, noone knows for sure except her, larry, and God......she is the only one here that can defend herself. if you were to go out and commit a crime and NOONE knows that you did it, but there is people questioning whether or not you had done the crime but there is no proof, are you still innocent? for all you know, unless you are her, you can not honestly say that she is innocent just because nothing can be completely proven.
True.

I like the part where she claimed he went after her on a motorcycle and told her to get her stuff. Wonder what her husband the preacher said about that? WHAT A FANTASY SHE MADE UP SO FUNNY. HOW MUCH STUFF COULD ONE HAUL ON A BIKE?
beth

Hamilton, OH

#53 Apr 24, 2013
Tom wrote:
<quoted text>
True.
I like the part where she claimed he went after her on a motorcycle and told her to get her stuff. Wonder what her husband the preacher said about that? WHAT A FANTASY SHE MADE UP SO FUNNY. HOW MUCH STUFF COULD ONE HAUL ON A BIKE?
i agree with you tom and i also like how some people talk about the 911 call is they can tell where the call is coming from only if its a land line and they talked bout the reisdue well like they said she was a probation officer so she knew what to do to get rid of the reisue on her soak her hands in blood
Supportive

Somerset, KY

#54 Apr 25, 2013
Why don't you people give this a rest??? This is done and over with and in the past! She 's gone and has started her life over.

There's enough currently going on in this county to entice your curiosity. As well as each of you being just plan nosey!!!

There is nothing any of you can do regardless of what you set and think and convince yourself. Or you would have produced your "so called evidence", with everyone else. They had NOTHING against her, that 12 men and women could set gown "without a shadow of a doubt" , and say your guilty. And that is never ever going to change! And like everything else in this county, if you font agree with something it's everyone else's fault. Police department, attorneys, the judge trying the case and on and on .

So good luck with her new life!
fact

Hialeah, FL

#57 Apr 26, 2013
we pray jackie steele gets his appeal and thay get a jury that most of the faimly does not no .that was the saddest part of all.
belva

Somerset, KY

#58 Apr 27, 2013
When was it that they came here to film??
agree

London, KY

#59 Apr 27, 2013
I wish topics had a idiot button. their would be a bunch with a stamp on their head. CLUELESS
Ridiculous

Wheeling, IL

#60 Apr 28, 2013
fact wrote:
we pray jackie steele gets his appeal and thay get a jury that most of the faimly does not no .that was the saddest part of all.
do you not understand that Jackie Steele is the one that monitors the jury??.....He definitely wasn't gonna let one slip in there unless it was supporting him.....come on that's common sense...
move on

Waneta, KY

#64 Jun 15, 2013
No one had wrote anything since April.....Only a few are still stalking Lisa.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#65 Jun 15, 2013
Ridiculous wrote:
<quoted text> do you not understand that Jackie Steele is the one that monitors the jury??.....He definitely wasn't gonna let one slip in there unless it was supporting him.....come on that's common sense...
Bottom line was, there wasn't enough evidence to prosecute regardless even if he'd have picked the 12 desciples. It's a possibility his first mistake was thinking he had a prosecutable case.
Blue Boy

Whitley City, KY

#66 Jun 15, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
<quoted text>How do you know I wasn't the catalyst behind it? If you'll go back to some of my earlier posts, did I not suggest this? Sure I did? Eat your heart out. Things can happen when I appear on a scene.
Yes they do. Lies are spread.
Blue Boy

Whitley City, KY

#67 Jun 15, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
<quoted text>Bottom line was, there wasn't enough evidence to prosecute regardless even if he'd have picked the 12 desciples. It's a possibility his first mistake was thinking he had a prosecutable case.
I would imagine someone like you with a Phd would be needed where you claim to live because it's the murder capital of the world.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#68 Jun 15, 2013
This topic isn't about Chicago, nor SpeakUp. Trolls, however, seem to interfere wherever their miswired brains take them.

The case was not prosecutable. The case had no real evidence. The case should never have gone to court. The case is closed. The woman is not guilty.
reply

United States

#70 Jun 17, 2013
The man committed suicide. What more is there to say.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#71 Jun 17, 2013
reply wrote:
The man committed suicide. What more is there to say.
But what on earth would small town have to talk about? They don't get stories like this everyday.
reply

United States

#72 Jun 17, 2013
that's suppose to be a bad thing.
truth

Elizabethtown, IN

#75 Aug 4, 2013
Lisa is an innocent woman
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#76 Aug 6, 2013
Yes, it's hard to present a case when.....you don't have one.
so sad

Waneta, KY

#77 Aug 7, 2013
People dont have a life that they still try and stir up this story. Tragic..........tragic...

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