Key dates in KFC slayings case

Oct 12, 2007 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KVIA-TV El Paso

Associated Press - October 12, 2007 3:45 PM ET NEW BOSTON, Texas - Here are some key dates in the KFC slayings case: Sept. via KVIA-TV El Paso

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Josh Cominsky

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Oct 15, 2007
 
Hopefully, the prosecutor has done his job and this will be an easy open and shut case. 24 years is a long time for these families to get justice.

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Oct 15, 2007
 
Michael Jimmerson is the 3rd DA since the KFC murders. I don't think anything will ever be simple when it comes to this case.

It's a nice thought though. Hopefully there will be closure for the families at the end of this trial though.
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Oct 15, 2007
 
http://www.tylerpaper.com/article/20071015/NE...

Kenneth Dean, at the Tyler paper, is on site for the trial and is posting periodic updates from opening statements... New info coming out pretty rapidly!
Endless Love

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Oct 15, 2007
 
My heart is so heavy today as all of this starts. So many emotions that have been dealt with one way or another over the past 24 years. So many lives that were effected by what happened on that oil top road off of 323. It's time for all of this to finally be addressed. It's time that some of us let go...and perhaps even let ourselves grieve for someone that will always mean so much to us, even though to do so publically would have brought questions that were not meant to be asked.
I remember 2 of those guys. With all the fondness my heart can hold...you will always be...My Endless Love.
dallas dalton

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Jan 5, 2008
 
stut up
dallas dalton

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Jan 5, 2008
 
i see how it is you dont want to talk to me so leave me alone if you cant write back
dallas dalton

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Jan 5, 2008
 
will you go out with me yes or no troy
Mel

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Jan 6, 2008
 
dallas dalton wrote:
will you go out with me yes or no troy
Why are you conversating with yourself?????????
i miss them to

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Jan 13, 2008
 
Endless Love wrote:
My heart is so heavy today as all of this starts. So many emotions that have been dealt with one way or another over the past 24 years. So many lives that were effected by what happened on that oil top road off of 323. It's time for all of this to finally be addressed. It's time that some of us let go...and perhaps even let ourselves grieve for someone that will always mean so much to us, even though to do so publically would have brought questions that were not meant to be asked.
I remember 2 of those guys. With all the fondness my heart can hold...you will always be...My Endless Love.
One of them guy's i almost married we we're best friends at gladewater. i miss him terribly, although i'm married now to a wonderful man i'll alway's remember my first love.

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Jan 17, 2008
 
Did you see on the news about the guy coming to trial wants Judge Gossett off the bench? Didn't know they could choose their own judge..
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Jan 17, 2008
 
Hometown girl 1 wrote:
Did you see on the news about the guy coming to trial wants Judge Gossett off the bench? Didn't know they could choose their own judge..
A defendant can motion for a judge to recuse himself; I guess the fear here is that because Gossett presided over the related trial of his co-defendant and various hearings associated therewith, that perhaps he will not be fair in his rulings in this trial--but this defendant will have a jury trial, so Gossett's opinion on guilt or innocence will not be directly in play. Anyway, I doubt the motion will succeed in this case; from the little I know, Gossett seems to be acting quite reasonably and with great effort to avoid any appearance of impropriety.

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Jan 17, 2008
 
Indeed wrote:
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A defendant can motion for a judge to recuse himself; I guess the fear here is that because Gossett presided over the related trial of his co-defendant and various hearings associated therewith, that perhaps he will not be fair in his rulings in this trial--but this defendant will have a jury trial, so Gossett's opinion on guilt or innocence will not be directly in play. Anyway, I doubt the motion will succeed in this case; from the little I know, Gossett seems to be acting quite reasonably and with great effort to avoid any appearance of impropriety.
I know he won't be able to do what he is asking, I was being sarcastic. Sorry. I think Gossett is doinga great job.

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