Investigation in death Ashley Palmer
SamS

Chesterfield, MO

#21 Jul 12, 2012
Kendall wrote:
I heard that same story and do believe that he is responsible for her death. He was cheating and she was leaving him. He will face his maker one day and have to pay for his sins. I want justice for Ashley and her children and family.
"I heard the same story".... This says it all. I think everyone wants justice. If there is any proof tha Antoine did this, he will be charged. If you know anything about Ray Larson, you know that he is no respector of persons. If there is any evidence he will seek prosecution. Before we speak out based on rumors and what we have "heard", lets take a deep breath and let the police do their job.
Unknown

Jasper, IN

#22 Jul 12, 2012
SamS wrote:
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Thanks for the "facts". Also, thanks for clarifying that a person is responsible for murder solely by having an affair. I'm thankful our justice system relies on a jury of 12, I would hate for your warped sense of justice to judge my guilt on something. how are we to beleive anything you say when you state the he is responsible whether he did it or not, and then proceed to call him names. If you know for a fact the things you talk about, don't hide yourself, tell us how you know. If you know these things for a fact, I assume that what you say is firsthand knowledge.
Guilty because of an affair? No. Having a secret life and child, and ruining someone's life? Yes. You're warped for defending this person that you don't seem to know. I do know these things for a fact, I'm a co-worker. We're the ones that got to hear the horrific things her children said about them fighting, and hear the details from our bosses. Of course I'm not going to reveal my name...
SamS

Chesterfield, MO

#23 Jul 12, 2012
Unknown wrote:
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Guilty because of an affair? No. Having a secret life and child, and ruining someone's life? Yes. You're warped for defending this person that you don't seem to know. I do know these things for a fact, I'm a co-worker. We're the ones that got to hear the horrific things her children said about them fighting, and hear the details from our bosses. Of course I'm not going to reveal my name...
So even with all of your second hand knowledge, you still don't argue that he did it. This is exactly my point. Even if what you say is true, that doesn't equate to murder. You say he isn't guilty because of an affair but that he is guilty because of some alleged secret life. EVEN IF there was some secret life, that doesn't equal murder. All I want is for people to stop speculating as to what happened and let those with experience do their job. This is the same thing I would say if you were in the situation. we all want nothing more from our fellow man than to be left out of their gossip.
Unknown

Jasper, IN

#24 Jul 12, 2012
SamS wrote:
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So even with all of your second hand knowledge, you still don't argue that he did it. This is exactly my point. Even if what you say is true, that doesn't equate to murder. You say he isn't guilty because of an affair but that he is guilty because of some alleged secret life. EVEN IF there was some secret life, that doesn't equal murder. All I want is for people to stop speculating as to what happened and let those with experience do their job. This is the same thing I would say if you were in the situation. we all want nothing more from our fellow man than to be left out of their gossip.
The ones responsible for serving justice and finding out the truth, don't! No one does their job anymore. People get away with murder everyday and it is pathetic and terrifying. That's my problem. The two year old smothered by his father in 2010 got five years..........really? I knew him too. Casey Anthony...enough said. Our system sucks.
really

Louisville, KY

#25 Jul 12, 2012
Unknown wrote:
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Guilty because of an affair? No. Having a secret life and child, and ruining someone's life? Yes. You're warped for defending this person that you don't seem to know. I do know these things for a fact, I'm a co-worker. We're the ones that got to hear the horrific things her children said about them fighting, and hear the details from our bosses. Of course I'm not going to reveal my name...
You really think someone should be jailed for life because they've been unfaithful? Really? Now, that's warped. Your bosses should probably be incarcerated for stupidity for talking indisciminately as witnesses though lol. All this public discussion is helping hinder investigation and the justice you say you want. But it's so much more drama and self importance to tell everything you've heard second hand than to actually help get justice, isn't it?
really

Louisville, KY

#26 Jul 12, 2012
Unknown wrote:
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The ones responsible for serving justice and finding out the truth, don't! No one does their job anymore. People get away with murder everyday and it is pathetic and terrifying. That's my problem. The two year old smothered by his father in 2010 got five years..........really? I knew him too. Casey Anthony...enough said. Our system sucks.
Apparently defense attorneys are doing their jobs.
SamS

Chesterfield, MO

#27 Jul 12, 2012
So... Our system sucks, therefore Antoine is guilty. Wonderful logic. But I definitely agree with you that it is insane to put a dead 2 year old in prisofor five years (or is that not what you meant). What is your solution? Lock up someone anytime YOU think they MIGHT have done it? Once again, I sure am thankful the law is not in your hands.
SamS

Chesterfield, MO

#28 Jul 12, 2012
*prison for
We Are Watching

United States

#29 Jul 12, 2012
People do not scream before they kill themselves. They do scream when a gun is pointed at them. They do not invite witnesses to their suicide but do want witnesses and back up when they are leaving someone, especially if they feel the cannot call the police.
A close friend of Ashley

Dayton, OH

#30 Jul 12, 2012
We Are Watching wrote:
People do not scream before they kill themselves. They do scream when a gun is pointed at them. They do not invite witnesses to their suicide but do want witnesses and back up when they are leaving someone, especially if they feel the cannot call the police.
Exactly!!!
SamS

Chesterfield, MO

#31 Jul 12, 2012
I give up. Apparently it is an impossible task to talk in a sensible way with people that have no sense.
Unknown

Lexington, KY

#32 Jul 13, 2012
SamS wrote:
I give up. Apparently it is an impossible task to talk in a sensible way with people that have no sense.
Thanks. No one cares for your bullshit anyway.
No Name

United States

#33 Jul 13, 2012
My daughter and hers where good friends and my son adored the woman - she was his first teacher. There is nothing we wouldn't do for her. We love her and miss her.

Ashley loved her children more then anything else in her life. I still find it hard to believe that she would decide to do this and leave them alone.

I'm interested to hear what this investigation comes up with.
curious

Winchester, KY

#34 Jul 13, 2012
SamS wrote:
I give up. Apparently it is an impossible task to talk in a sensible way with people that have no sense.
It is sad that people have no sense! There are two sides to every story and both sides need to be heard. Divorces and breakups bring out the ugly side of people and make them say and do things they wouldn't normally. As for the people who were supposedly a witness, they can get in lots of trouble by telling ANYONE other than the proper authorities what they witnessed that day. If a cop/sheriff was involved, they will bring in outside departments(like the state police) to conduct the investigation. In the end the evidence will tell the story of what really happened, not what you think happened or wanted to happen.
Kendall

Lexington, KY

#35 Jul 13, 2012
curious wrote:
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It is sad that people have no sense! There are two sides to every story and both sides need to be heard. Divorces and breakups bring out the ugly side of people and make them say and do things they wouldn't normally. As for the people who were supposedly a witness, they can get in lots of trouble by telling ANYONE other than the proper authorities what they witnessed that day. If a cop/sheriff was involved, they will bring in outside departments(like the state police) to conduct the investigation. In the end the evidence will tell the story of what really happened, not what you think happened or wanted to happen.
Who is supposed to tell Ashley's side? He is still living to speak his side. What about Ashley? It is nauseating to hear this crap of how Lexington police are so great. Just saw on the news last night one of those great officers is being investigated for not giving a ticket to a female in exchange for sex!!! Disgusting!
curious

Winchester, KY

#36 Jul 13, 2012
Kendall wrote:
<quoted text>Who is supposed to tell Ashley's side? He is still living to speak his side. What about Ashley? It is nauseating to hear this crap of how Lexington police are so great. Just saw on the news last night one of those great officers is being investigated for not giving a ticket to a female in exchange for sex!!! Disgusting!
You and others who know of abuse or whatever else went on are suppose to tell her story, to the proper people, not gossip sites. Ask to talk to the investigators, they will listen and take note. I don't think Lexington police or deputies are great or even good. They are just like everyone else, some good some bad.
Neutral

United States

#37 Jul 13, 2012
Kendall wrote:
<quoted text>Who is supposed to tell Ashley's side? He is still living to speak his side. What about Ashley? It is nauseating to hear this crap of how Lexington police are so great. Just saw on the news last night one of those great officers is being investigated for not giving a ticket to a female in exchange for sex!!! Disgusting!
That, too, is an INVESTIGATION. Are you so shallow minded that you cannot see beyond the scope of an allegation? Do you realize that any one of us, as a human being, is subject to an allegation of another at any time. ESPECIALLY those of us in positions of authority.

We live in an angry world. The careless ranting here proves this. Just remember, "There but by the grace of God go I."
God knows

United States

#38 Jul 14, 2012
The more rumors, the more speculation, the longer and uglier this process could draw out. And the harder the job of finding out the truth becomes. If anything, the only people that knows the truth is the 2 people in the room and God. And in all actuality, God is the only one we have to answer to. Please just pray for these families and friends. Ashley is and always will be dearly missed. Many lives are forever changed, we dont need anything else tearing families apart.
God Bless her

Fairborn, OH

#39 Jul 15, 2012
TMG wrote:
From an inside source, they are saying it appears as though she was threatening to shoot herself, he tried to get the gun, and it went off. Accidental suicide, but I don't believe it at all. Cops know how to make things look like accidents.
oh wow! I believe I heard this over the police scanner the other night! I didn't end up hearing what all happened just the original call & that they were taking it to a certain chan for priority. How sad! I pray for this soul that she may fight some peace now and I also pray for her children if she has any and her family and friends! So sad!
God Bless her

Fairborn, OH

#40 Jul 15, 2012
A close friend of Ashley wrote:
I think they have not said anything about this bc her husband shot her. And her husband is suppose to a deputy. They are trying to cover his ass. I think it's total bullshit. She would never do anything to hurt herself and she definitely wouldn't leave her two beautiful children. If it were any body else that got shot by there husband that wasn't a cop there would be updates constantly. Her family and her babies deserve justice.
oh exactly!! Don't think the police won't cover their "brothers" a$$! Lexington police are rotten anyways! I've heard MANY stories about them lying & covering up things! I pray for her family and her children! I hope whatever really did happen the truth will come out in the end.

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