Shooting turns into city's second hom...

Shooting turns into city's second homicide

There are 3 comments on the Marshall News Messenger story from Feb 6, 2008, titled Shooting turns into city's second homicide. In it, Marshall News Messenger reports that:

Kenneth Wayne Clark became the city's second homicide Tuesday night after he was found slumped over the wheel of a car on Houston and Durel streets. via Marshall News Messenger

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andy oldfriendenemy

United States

#1 Feb 16, 2008
As much damage as this man(Clark) has done thru his snitching and his parasitic behaviour towards his own community-(CRACK!) and to me,personally by setting me up for an oz. of grass-just because he didn't get his 5$ "tribute" getting me a felony conviction(times 2), and locked down for the real first time,but withdrawn from pain meds I desperately needed-(so sick I prayed to die) hurting my elderly parents.I can't HATE him,nor wish his death.But instant Karma always catches up-I think if my son died because of his "product",I might do the same thing-but PERSONALLY.I told the cops the day they took me in-I knew who set me up,because I knew,one day,his actions would lead to his death,and by telling them,I protected myself from blame.(1993 was when he did it).***TO THE KILLERS-His family are NOT evil or vengeful,he had already been thrown out by his wife,and his sons are working now.Evil for Evil will doom us all if we follow that path-What's done is done.Ask God to forgive you,and Let It Be.{peckerwood D.}
So Sad

Frisco, TX

#2 Feb 19, 2008
To Mr. Andy Oldfriendenemy Peckerwood D,
I can tell by your comments that you are still harboring anger from what you think Mr. Clark may have done to you. Regardless of the picture you paint, this was a man who cared for his family and was a good person. It's unfortunate that you were sent to jail, but do not put this blame on Mr. Clark as you had a hand in your own destiny. A family is now suffering from the loss of a loved one who meant a lot to them. The Killers had no right to take his life and they deserve to be brought to justice for their actions. If they were bad enough to pull the trigger, then be bad enough to admit you did it.
andy oldfriendenemy

United States

#3 Jul 7, 2008
Admit I did what? I did nothing but go over his head on some very small pot deals,and he and his disgraced narcotics cop buddy,fired for screwing whores in his patrol car and rehired as a Task orce cop-used to run around doing dope and screwing whores together,saw me a a great piece of bait for the local law since I'm white and generally an open and friendly soul.Yeah,he loved his family so much he cheated on his wife,dragged his boys intothe "business",and finally sold his poison to a man with aids and heart trouble and it killed him.Despite it all,we remained friends-I saw him just before it happened,but generally would not allow him around or answer his cals because he was a CRACK DEALER.If I was really angry about it,I'd have done something about it long ago.My poor dad,dying of cancer-stood up with me in court holding an O2 machine as I got my first felony chargs in my then 40 years of life.Bad papered out of the army,would NOT work,gun-toting thief who worshipped money and thought he was above the law.He was willing to risk his wife's excellent career by sneaking over when she was gone and selling his poison.READ what I said-I don't condone nyone killing anyone else-EVER.But,the father whose son died from KC's poison apparently didn't feel that way.I have Hep C,I smoke some to relieve nausea,but I'm no thug,thief,cheat,liar and God forgive me-the bastard got what he deserved.I'll never look at this again so save your bullshit-you don't know what you are talking about.
So Sad wrote:
To Mr. Andy Oldfriendenemy Peckerwood D,
I can tell by your comments that you are still harboring anger from what you think Mr. Clark may have done to you. Regardless of the picture you paint, this was a man who cared for his family and was a good person. It's unfortunate that you were sent to jail, but do not put this blame on Mr. Clark as you had a hand in your own destiny. A family is now suffering from the loss of a loved one who meant a lot to them. The Killers had no right to take his life and they deserve to be brought to justice for their actions. If they were bad enough to pull the trigger, then be bad enough to admit you did it.

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