Does anyone remember Trooper Johnny ...
Sore Spot

London, KY

#170 Sep 28, 2012
Bluegrass Conspiracy,good book.I used to have it,but loaned it out,don't think i ever got it back.Amazing how almost everyone ,involved in that but the phelps,are dead.And i don't know they were involved or not,only the fbi word.
bruiser

London, KY

#171 Sep 28, 2012
Sore Spot wrote:
Bluegrass Conspiracy,good book.I used to have it,but loaned it out,don't think i ever got it back.Amazing how almost everyone ,involved in that but the phelps,are dead.And i don't know they were involved or not,only the fbi word.
I have the Bluegrass Conspiracy and have read it twice over the years. There is nothing mentioned about the Phelps' in it.
bruiser

London, KY

#172 Sep 28, 2012
get even wrote:
According to the FBI Edrington was seen with the twins in Lexington at Andrew C. Thornton’s house. Thornton bailed out of a plane over Knoxville with 80 pounds of coke and died. The drug ring was called “The Company” and was being investigated by the FBI. The story is in one of the London newspapers back in the 90s. I would say the twins killed him and it was related to “The Company”.
Pure lunacy. I've known several FBI agents and they would laugh at your assertions. Your facts and timeline are so out of whack it's laughable.
Yes, and what newspaper and what article. And please don't tell me it's on file at the public library in a mysterious micro file. lol
Claudette

Vilonia, AR

#173 Sep 28, 2012
bruiser wrote:
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I have the Bluegrass Conspiracy and have read it twice over the years. There is nothing mentioned about the Phelps' in it.
No ,there wasn't,that came out i think in a lexinton paper about the fbi taking a picture of them and Johnny E. leaving Thorntons' house together,the fbi was watching him[thornton,the guy that died in the failed parachute jump with the drugs and money.Why was they there?No one cared enough to ask.
get even

Brodhead, KY

#174 Sep 28, 2012
bruiser wrote:
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Pure lunacy. I've known several FBI agents and they would laugh at your assertions. Your facts and timeline are so out of whack it's laughable.
Yes, and what newspaper and what article. And please don't tell me it's on file at the public library in a mysterious micro file. lol
You find micro phish to be mysterious? And what FBI agents do you know, or is that top secret?
bruiser

London, KY

#175 Sep 28, 2012
Claudette wrote:
<quoted text>No ,there wasn't,that came out i think in a lexinton paper about the fbi taking a picture of them and Johnny E. leaving Thorntons' house together,the fbi was watching him[thornton,the guy that died in the failed parachute jump with the drugs and money.Why was they there?No one cared enough to ask.
Lexington paper? Horsefeathers! When Thornton and his ilk were doing their business the Phelps boys never even knew Edrington, and Edrington was either in military service or on a police department in south central Kentucky. Like I say your time line is flawed and your facts are not factual. Your peddling foolishness. Only morons would believe it, which is why it doesn't fly.
bruiser

London, KY

#176 Sep 28, 2012
get even wrote:
<quoted text>You find micro phish to be mysterious? And what FBI agents do you know, or is that top secret?
If it's the kind you can't produce it's more than mysterious it's pure fantasy. I've known several agents through the years. You can go find and talk to one and tell them your story. I'm sure they will find you to be the moron you obviously are.

Sad what simpletons will believe. lol
Claudette

Vilonia, AR

#177 Sep 28, 2012
bruiser wrote:
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If it's the kind you can't produce it's more than mysterious it's pure fantasy. I've known several agents through the years. You can go find and talk to one and tell them your story. I'm sure they will find you to be the moron you obviously are.
Sad what simpletons will believe. lol
I agree .Bet you are one of those morons who tell everyone it was a suicide,right /I rest my case,take up for the status quo/
gigi

Chesterfield, MO

#178 Sep 28, 2012
I sort of knew him, he use to come in the store around that time when I worked in London. I don't think for a minute he killed himself. He really seemed to love himself to much to do something like that. He was a very good looking, smart aleck cop who I believe got killed by someone who knew him.
He must of known something on them or was somehow in theirway. I feel sorry for his family. It would be nice to finally be able to solve this mystery. He was someones husband, son, and father to be.
tubby

Mount Vernon, KY

#179 Sep 28, 2012
Claudette wrote:
<quoted text>I agree .Bet you are one of those morons who tell everyone it was a suicide,right /I rest my case,take up for the status quo/
I agree with you Claudette. I believe, and have reason to.
LLB

Bolivar, MO

#180 Sep 29, 2012
Sore Spot wrote:
Bluegrass Conspiracy,good book.I used to have it,but loaned it out,don't think i ever got it back.Amazing how almost everyone ,involved in that but the phelps,are dead.And i don't know they were involved or not,only the fbi word.
You are full of it. Brad Bryant, Henry Vance, Jimmy Lambert and Becky Sharp along with many others mentioned in Denton's little book are still living. There was a huge London connection but it was not any cop.
bruiser

London, KY

#181 Sep 29, 2012
Claudette wrote:
<quoted text>I agree .Bet you are one of those morons who tell everyone it was a suicide,right /I rest my case,take up for the status quo/
I believe what I believe but more importantly I know what I know. I'm also not chasing ghosts or shadows. Nobody wants to believe suicide. It's a dishonor and a shame on everyone left behind. It's much more acceptable to believe murder and keep on chasing ghosts and shadows and keeping the mystery going for fools like you.

It amazes me how all these people supposedly think it's murder but nobody searches for the murderer or murderers. You would think the outcry would be so loud that you would see more talk and movement on it, instead of the charade that it has become.
Right

Bolivar, MO

#182 Sep 29, 2012
LLB wrote:
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You are full of it. Brad Bryant, Henry Vance, Jimmy Lambert and Becky Sharp along with many others mentioned in Denton's little book are still living. There was a huge London connection but it was not any cop.
Your correct, many of that group are still living and living well. Vance, who inherited a fortune, is in Frankfort. Lambert, who made millions with John Y Brown, with the development of Kentucky Fried Chicken, owns The Castle Jewelry stores, has a house in Lexington but lives most of the year in Nags Head, N.C. Bryant lives in the southwest and in Europe. He has started and sold several large businesses since being released from prison. You are also correct about Thornton, Bryant, Vance, and Lambert being friends with a business man in this area. They all used to attend parties at this man"s cabin and house boat. I don't know how or why they were friends, his name was not mentioned in The Bluegrass Conspiracy, but I saw them with this guy several times. They may have simply been friends from school or had some legitimate business connection. Doubt the Phelps, etc story.
Sore Spot

London, KY

#183 Sep 29, 2012
LLB wrote:
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You are full of it. Brad Bryant, Henry Vance, Jimmy Lambert and Becky Sharp along with many others mentioned in Denton's little book are still living. There was a huge London connection but it was not any cop.
Yes i know there was a london connection,and notice i did not say all,were dead,only the ones that tried to talk.Yes i'm aware some served their time and kept their mouth shut.And others were smart or lucky enough to not get caught,so now who is full of it ?Funny how so many get off on calling names,makes me wonder what they have to hide.
LLB

Bolivar, MO

#184 Sep 29, 2012
Sore Spot wrote:
Bluegrass Conspiracy,good book.I used to have it,but loaned it out,don't think i ever got it back.Amazing how almost everyone ,involved in that but the phelps,are dead.And i don't know they were involved or not,only the fbi word.
You wrote, "Amazing how almost everyone, involved in that but the phelps are dead." Well almost everyone involved is not dead, most are living. Kelly died of cancer and Thornton died smuggling, all the other players are alive. To suggest the Phelps brothers were involved is silly. They were never mentioned in all the investigations.
get even

Bolivar, MO

#185 Sep 30, 2012
bruiser wrote:
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I believe what I believe but more importantly I know what I know. I'm also not chasing ghosts or shadows. Nobody wants to believe suicide. It's a dishonor and a shame on everyone left behind. It's much more acceptable to believe murder and keep on chasing ghosts and shadows and keeping the mystery going for fools like you.
It amazes me how all these people supposedly think it's murder but nobody searches for the murderer or murderers. You would think the outcry would be so loud that you would see more talk and movement on it, instead of the charade that it has become.
if you know some agents name them. i bet they are secret agents, right? face it you dont know any agents.
Sad sack

Virgie, KY

#186 Sep 30, 2012
It was always my thought that a (girlfriend) maybe called and was to meet him there. After arriving it was a surprise to find her husband waiting instead of her. Since the F.B.I. haven't been able to solve the case this is what I will continue to think. Or was it solved soon thereafter? Of course there is no evidence of this but I like to think the case was solved.
bruiser

London, KY

#187 Sep 30, 2012
get even wrote:
<quoted text>if you know some agents name them. i bet they are secret agents, right? face it you dont know any agents.
I've known and talked to several over the years on many different matters. I've also known people in the ATF, and INS. It's not hard to talk to an agent. Me, you, or anyone can talk to one at anytime if you really want to. It's not a secret or very hard to do. And it's certainly not impressive. You sound very naive.
get even

London, KY

#189 Oct 1, 2012
bruiser wrote:
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I've known and talked to several over the years on many different matters. I've also known people in the ATF, and INS. It's not hard to talk to an agent. Me, you, or anyone can talk to one at anytime if you really want to. It's not a secret or very hard to do. And it's certainly not impressive. You sound very naive.
you still cant tell who they are? so you just ask them about an open investigation and they they told you. you must be very important! LOL. get real luiser
dumb blond

London, KY

#190 Oct 1, 2012
I was told that Sam Catron was behind it. This info came from a man that his father was a policeman in Somerset when it happened.
Hearsay but he did have some details, but Sam is dead and cannot defend himself.

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