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Moberly granma

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#1 May 11, 2010
When did he get released from prison - anybody know?
rodd

Lees Summit, MO

#2 May 12, 2010
Moberly granma wrote:
When did he get released from prison - anybody know?
I've seen him around alot. Didn't know he was gone.
comoworker

Kansas City, MO

#3 May 12, 2010
5 years ago.
my thoughts

Paramus, NJ

#4 May 12, 2010
bout a year ago. He has a wonderful gift of music.
Bob Loblaw

Tampa, FL

#5 May 12, 2010
my thoughts wrote:
He has a wonderful gift of music.
Among other things.
Among other things

United States

#6 May 13, 2010
He used to pull his Jag in the alley between Coates and Reed for a regular visit with some young thing (living in the little house facing the alley), back when he was riding Ferco down the tubes.
Bob Loblaw

Tampa, FL

#7 May 13, 2010
Among other things wrote:
He used to pull his Jag in the alley between Coates and Reed for a regular visit with some young thing (living in the little house facing the alley), back when he was riding Ferco down the tubes.
700 block?
comoworker

Kansas City, MO

#8 May 13, 2010
Didn't he pay for some of his Employees boob jobs? Worked with one in 2005 and just as soon as he got out of jail then...she got Lypo...for her wedding. We were all thinking Floyd paid for it as a wedding gift...She then soon left working with us and went back to working for him. That was in 2005.
Crazy Ike

Union, MO

#9 May 13, 2010
Wasn't J. W. Ballinger involved in some of Floyd's escapades? I seem to recall publicity about J. W. and the Bank of Cairo & Moberly and some foul smelling activities. Of course this was before J. W.'s name and mug was in almost every edition of the 'Index.'
700block

United States

#10 May 13, 2010
Bob Loblaw wrote:
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700 block?
Yepper...was it his daughter?
Bob Loblaw

Tampa, FL

#11 May 14, 2010
700block wrote:
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Yepper...was it his daughter?
His daughter?

Didn't know he had a daughter, but I would think not.
blunzin

Dallas, TX

#12 May 15, 2010
glad everyone is happy today
inquiring mind

United States

#13 May 21, 2010
me too!
Denver

Denver, CO

#14 Jun 3, 2010
Floyd didn`t learn his lesson when he went to prison the first time.Now he is involved with the Pollard boys.He and other local big timers.Birds of a feather you know!!!!!
Clark W Grizwald

Waterloo, Canada

#15 Jun 3, 2010
You are correct, he didn't learn his lesson. He got out early by faking (conning) his way out by claiming to have health problems. He is still doing the same thing only with equipment instead of cattle. He is one of those smart criminals. Strange why he wouldn't use his brain to make money legally. He will have another heart attack soon or go back to prison, just a matter of time. If he is anybody he wouldn't be involved with pollards. Maybe all the decent people have finally realized he is a piece. Fat worthless criminal
Common Denominator

Moberly, MO

#16 Jun 4, 2010
Anytime I have interacted with Floyd he has been very cordial and accommodating. Regardless of what you think of his business practices, there is no mistaking that he is a nice guy. I realize he may have made some money in shady ways but it certainly didnít affect me and I doubt it affected a majority of you. Why be so negative?
Class of 1984

Leavenworth, KS

#17 Jun 4, 2010
HE BURNED A TIRE WAREHOUSE TO GET HIS SEED MONEY. SO WHAT'S THE LESSON BOYS AND GIRLS? ARSON IS GOOD AND INSURANCE FRAUD WORKS.
Clark W Grizwald

Waterloo, Canada

#18 Jun 4, 2010
Ofcourse he will be a nice guy, how do you think he got so many people to like him and trust him? Its all part of the scam. Don't let him fool you.
Evidently

United States

#19 Jun 4, 2010
Common Denominator wrote:
Anytime I have interacted with Floyd he has been very cordial and accommodating. Regardless of what you think of his business practices, there is no mistaking that he is a nice guy. I realize he may have made some money in shady ways but it certainly didnít affect me and I doubt it affected a majority of you. Why be so negative?
Wrong is wrong. Appearances can be deceiving. I think Ted Bundy also was very cordial and accomodating, actually nice and almost pitiful, until he knocked young ladies in the head and loaded them into his van, to show them the real man (demon?) he was. Didn't affect me, but sickens me to know it occured.
Mytwocents

Las Vegas, NV

#20 Jun 5, 2010
I think Floyd's behaviors have had an effect on many people. How many ex-employees does he still owe money to? I know of some that have complained that their pay checks bounced. Of course this was years ago, and I don't know what he has been up to since getting out of prison.

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