Pritchard to be paroled

May 26, 2007 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Washington Daily News

“I think there are more people who knew about it before and after it happened.”

Christopher Wayne Pritchard, a Washington man serving a life sentence for aiding and abetting in the 1988 murder of Lieth Von Stein of Washington, his stepfather, is scheduled to be paroled June 2. The parole ... via Washington Daily News

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LouLou

Big Rapids, MI

#42 Jul 5, 2012
Of course he's staying out of trouble. One person whom he wanted dead...is dead. And the other has forgiven him and helped him out financially since his parole began, so he ended up benefiting from some of the life insurance after all. Mission accomplished.

His price to society may have been paid according to the law. But there's a higher price to pay later on when he meets his maker. He's on his own there.

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MAJ

Austell, GA

#43 Aug 1, 2012
I just finished the book "Cruel Doubt". Troubling to say the least. I definitely think Angela was involved somehow - no doubt. I also think the 3 perpetrators should have all received life in prison without parole but who says justice is fair. Just look at OJ Simpson.
louise

North Wilkesboro, NC

#44 Dec 14, 2012
I knew Bonnie through the Humane Society. Haven't seen her for years.I knew her as a loving, kind and giving person. No way she would ever have been involved in any way.
EGP

Santa Tecla, El Salvador

#45 Jan 10, 2013
Amazing how this story still captivates people. I was school friends with both Bart and Neil. We played D&D together, everything. A sad, sad story all around. I remember the last time I saw Bart; it was at my house the summer before college. I remember thinking that he was heading over the edge and what a waste it was.
leland

Calabash, NC

#46 Feb 17, 2013
NUMB wrote:
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He is in Raleigh NC
i wonder if neal and chris are still friends?
i have seen a few web sites for free jbpchurch for being wrongfully accused..
leland

Ocean Isle Beach, NC

#47 Feb 18, 2013
this story is really baffling! very interesting and sad.
cuz

Midland, NC

#49 Mar 19, 2013
If you committee the crime you should do the time. I am related to Bart and he should have received a new trial. I don't think any of them are innocent but justice was not served

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#50 Apr 12, 2013
Those of whom believe in all these laws for those whom have did wrong. Just remember the finger pointing at them is four back at you!
If at war send them to defend the American way. Or completely destroy the walls where no man should be!
leland

Ocean Isle Beach, NC

#51 Apr 17, 2013
i also believe moog should have received a new trail..i guess he was the fall guy
StaceyS

Anderson, SC

#52 Jul 8, 2013
Lee_NC wrote:
I believe that Moog should be released!! This is an outrage. Everyone in NC knows that Henderson is the real killer, and yet he is out roaming the streets a free man. And who can forget the lovely Angela....She needs to be in prison also, because she KNEW what was going to happen. Chris covered for her butt and she should be kissing it everyday for the rest of her life. July 10th, 2008.....
I believe Angela should have been in jail too; and i'm not even from NC, but it's highly unlikely that she was not involved. Another case where money talks and bullshit walks.
StaceyS

Anderson, SC

#53 Jul 8, 2013
I believe that Angela should have been in prison too; she knew what was going on and did nothing to warn her own mother. Just another case where money talks and bullshit walks.
RCI

Lexington, NC

#54 Jul 8, 2013
Paroled?? Parold?? As I have stated in other posts. Give me Martial Law and 8 months. I can assure there would no criminals on the street. They would either be dead in the streets or sitting in a concentration camp dying slowly. Tell the police and prosecuters to take about 8 months off and stay out of the way. America needs cleaning up!
Boston KMM

Boston, MA

#55 Aug 11, 2013
I just finished Cruel Doubt. All three should have received the same sentence. I believe there is a possibility yhat leith got up and ate the leftovers. I beleive Angela opened the door, how else would the ice cubes still be in her water glass. The comment that Chris made that Angela was not involved but if she was I would not tell, shows how much of shallow person, he is. Just planting a seed maybe she is involved. Good Luck Bonnie, looks like the inherited too much of their father's genes.
Enlightened

Riverview, FL

#56 Oct 18, 2013
Consdering the evidence that I know about, here's what I think:

Bonnie and Angela knew this was going to happen; Angela let the 2 guys into the house. They entered the bedroom and killed the husband, but only injured Bonnie (deliberately).

Dungeons & Dragons did not cause any of this; only greed on the part of all 5 - Bonnie, Angela, Chris, Neal, and Moog. I think Neal Henderson did the killing.

All 5 of them should be serving a life sentence without the chance of parole.
I know him

Lexington, NC

#57 Nov 4, 2013
I lived beside Pritchard when he got out of jail. He was a freakey and scary dude when he lived beside me. His mother and sister and girlfriend fawned over him like he was a helpless child. I dont know about anyone else, but if this screwed up guy had tried to kill me, and did kill my husband, I wouldnt have anything to do with him that is UNLESS I was in on the plot. I agree with Enlightened and can further add that I read the book that the mother paid a guy to write and it clearly said that the daughter said she had been asleep the entire night and didnt know anything about it. A point of interest to this was that when the investigation was done, a glass of water was found on her nightstand with ICE CUBES still floating in it.
Rosaria

Perth, Australia

#58 Nov 4, 2013
I have just finished reading Cruel Doubt and I wonder what really happened.If moog was not responsible.and I don't think he was, why hasn't he spoken out and told the real story Or has he?
RCI

Wallburg, NC

#59 Nov 5, 2013
Does it really matter. All of this time spent with you people trying to play CSI. Give me a damn break. Crime is what it is. The only way to stop it is harsh and cruel punishment. Build concentration camps put them there with no hope of release...not ever. Those that resist ..kill them on the spot. Do you really think anyone will consider committing a crime if they know really harsh and cruel punishment awaits. The death sentence that we have now is a joke. After 15 years of appeals they are still alive in a joke of a prison. The camps that I speak of would be hell. Daily hard labor. One meal a day. Get out of line and try to be a bad ass with the guards...then your reward would be a .45 to the head. It may sound harsh...but it is time to stop crime! Mass crime like gangs and drug cartels....well that is simple too...kill them all and let God sort it out.
Sosad

Lexington, NC

#60 Nov 7, 2013
Your way is no solution. They would still cost the taxpayers money and if they are hardened criminals they aren't afraid of death. I say put them in line for radical medical research in a facility where escape is impossible. They need test subjects for cancer research all the time. That method would give the researchers what they need and the tax dollars would at least be used for a good reason not to just keep them up countless years.
RCI wrote:
Does it really matter. All of this time spent with you people trying to play CSI. Give me a damn break. Crime is what it is. The only way to stop it is harsh and cruel punishment. Build concentration camps put them there with no hope of release...not ever. Those that resist ..kill them on the spot. Do you really think anyone will consider committing a crime if they know really harsh and cruel punishment awaits. The death sentence that we have now is a joke. After 15 years of appeals they are still alive in a joke of a prison. The camps that I speak of would be hell. Daily hard labor. One meal a day. Get out of line and try to be a bad ass with the guards...then your reward would be a .45 to the head. It may sound harsh...but it is time to stop crime! Mass crime like gangs and drug cartels....well that is simple too...kill them all and let God sort it out.
RCI

Wallburg, NC

#61 Nov 7, 2013
Sosad wrote:
Your way is no solution. They would still cost the taxpayers money and if they are hardened criminals they aren't afraid of death. I say put them in line for radical medical research in a facility where escape is impossible. They need test subjects for cancer research all the time. That method would give the researchers what they need and the tax dollars would at least be used for a good reason not to just keep them up countless years.
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Only very vert few are hardened criminals. Most are slimmy little punks that prey upon the weak. With my plan they would be squirming and begging. As far as costs....a bullet costs less than feeding the jerks for 40 years.

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