holsinger's mother in law exposes scioto county corruption

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kitty

Portsmouth, OH

#4 Oct 13, 2012
It's done and over. Why keep dredging this sh#t up?!?
What

Waverly, OH

#6 Oct 13, 2012
What exactly were the charges brought up to the Grand jury? I don't think I have seen them mentioned.
Exeter

Columbus, OH

#7 Oct 13, 2012
Its done. Once the Grand Jury ignored it, no other criminal court has jurisdiction. It's tragic. The "mother in-law" letter is nicely witten but some of her statements are based on conjecture, not fact. It's not "precision marksmanship" to shoot someone at 8' range. Still no requirement to get a lien or court order to attempt to collect a debt. The self-defense angle was brought before the jury and they decided. Civil litigation sounds appropriate now.
wow

Portsmouth, OH

#9 Oct 13, 2012
AllIdoislol wrote:
LOL...TERRIBLE letter...Horribly written without proper punctuation....LOL NO wonder her daughter married a complete IDIOT who brought this on himself...LOL YOU FOOLS don't have a clue how the legal system works.... THE CITIZENS voted on whether or not to indict....LOL HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH KUHN!!! HE was the one that brought it to the GJ for review and let the citizens decide based on the law...LOL
What a freakin moron you are! You give a new meaning to the word trash, you Internet warrior! I bet you were picked on in high school cause you were the fat, ugly kid in the corner that had no self esteem!
concerned citizen

Logan, OH

#13 Oct 13, 2012
AllIdoislol wrote:
LOL...TERRIBLE letter...Horribly written without proper punctuation....LOL NO wonder her daughter married a complete IDIOT who brought this on himself...LOL YOU FOOLS don't have a clue how the legal system works.... THE CITIZENS voted on whether or not to indict....LOL HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH KUHN!!! HE was the one that brought it to the GJ for review and let the citizens decide based on the law...LOL
people like you, can get away with murder and yes i am calling it MURDER and you think you got away with it because you have money, well where you are going all the money in the world can't save your ASS,you are a total fool.....just saying.
What

Waverly, OH

#14 Oct 13, 2012
All cases don't make it to the news, like Casey Anthony for example. That little girl missing in West Virginia has never been on Nancy Grace either. It is funny what does and does not make news.

WTF is a Solicitor? A hookers friend?

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#15 Oct 13, 2012
Exeter wrote:
Its done. Once the Grand Jury ignored it, no other criminal court has jurisdiction. It's tragic. The "mother in-law" letter is nicely witten but some of her statements are based on conjecture, not fact. It's not "precision marksmanship" to shoot someone at 8' range. Still no requirement to get a lien or court order to attempt to collect a debt. The self-defense angle was brought before the jury and they decided. Civil litigation sounds appropriate now.
I think "four shots grouped perfectly to the chest" would suggest a bit of precision. The fifth was to the head. Then the "child" witness, who was not called inside by his mother when she called the other kids inside stated that they "Shot five times, hittin 3 times". The whole thing stinks. I don't know any of these people but I find it a very intersting case.
justsaying

Portsmouth, OH

#16 Oct 13, 2012
What wrote:
All cases don't make it to the news, like Casey Anthony for example. That little girl missing in West Virginia has never been on Nancy Grace either. It is funny what does and does not make news.
WTF is a Solicitor? A hookers friend?
The little girl missing from WVA, Aliya Lungsford has been mentioned on HLN.
I am sorry for the loss to the Holsinger family and I believe that the Stakers got by with murder, if it had been you or I, just ordinary people we would of faced murder charges.
Buncha BS

Portsmouth, OH

#17 Oct 13, 2012
Well, Holsinger's MIL has an opinion.

So does every other person in the world.

Opinions and a-holes, everybody's got one.

Thankfully, none of them mean anything in a court of law.
Just sayin

Jackson, OH

#20 Oct 13, 2012
In reference to the original post of the MIL, I am truly sorry for your families loss and feel that both families were to blame and handled this situation in a poor manner but then hind site is always better than foresite. To the MIL, is it true that Mr. Holsinger had talked with the Staker's the day prior to this incident and agreed to turn the lawnmower over the next day? I can understand that Mr. Holsinger had a family and with the terrible weather we had this summer he wasn't able to cut the lawns that he had thought he would and therefore was unable to make the payments. This incident should have been handled like adults and this terrible shooting should and would not have happened. I also can understand Tyler Staker if he though his life was being treatened he was protecting himself. Guns should not have been used on either side.
Billie

Portsmouth, OH

#22 Oct 13, 2012
Is mark Kuhn an elected official? I'm just curious. If so, we need to make sure this idiot isn't re-elected. There is no way Staker should have walked.
I am SO thankful the widow is intelligent enough to sue them. I hope she ends up living in the big house on Kinney's lane and driving their truck and spending their money. She deserved every penny of it and more!
Fred Hall

Portsmouth, OH

#23 Oct 13, 2012
Holsinger escalated this and caused his own death. Only in this county would you find this type of mentality and culture of theft and excuses for pulling a gun FIRST.
SIDER

Circleville, OH

#24 Oct 13, 2012
Fred Hall wrote:
Holsinger escalated this and caused his own death. Only in this county would you find this type of mentality and culture of theft and excuses for pulling a gun FIRST.
Thought u grew up on the WESTSIDE what the fck !!!
Glen Reeder

Portsmouth, OH

#25 Oct 13, 2012
Fred lives in an apt in Portsmouth below me. Why does it matter?
While

United States

#27 Oct 13, 2012
Not particularly relevant to this case but even the guy who shot a man who was robbing him at Walmart was arrested. I'm to lazy to look it up but it got more media attention than this father who's life was taken in front of his children. Portsmouth is very corrupt and most small towns are.
sister

New York, NY

#29 Oct 13, 2012
Don't expect justice! Youre just wanting attention, that's what they say about me,because you expect something to be done!! Idiots If it was their love one I promise they would want the law to make them pay.
Courtney

Portsmouth, OH

#32 Oct 14, 2012
uhh wrote:
<quoted text>Only in this county would it be allowed:

To trespass on someone else's property @ 10:20 @ night and its...ok

Shoot that resident to death...and the case is investigated and tried and swept under the rug in a months time.

The local "newspaper" works and fudges stories to suit the PD and local buisness men who's pockets get greased.

Only in this county people get hurt , killed and go missing and the PD dont GAF.

Only in this county there could and are serial killer's at large and they dont let the community know, but they know an THEIR family's too.

What a FUDGED UP LIL PLACE this is....Crazy blatent corruption all out in the open an no one gaf!
Your exactly right!!! Court system in portsmouth is corrupt!! I had my son taken from me and dad received custody. However was never even drug tested!! If the family name is big and they know ppl you can get out anything you need. SCIOTO COUNTY is a Hell hole!!!!!!!!!!
Courtney

Portsmouth, OH

#33 Oct 14, 2012
While wrote:
Not particularly relevant to this case but even the guy who shot a man who was robbing him at Walmart was arrested. I'm to lazy to look it up but it got more media attention than this father who's life was taken in front of his children. Portsmouth is very corrupt and most small towns are.
yelp sure thing!
Me AND U

Logan, OH

#34 Oct 14, 2012
I think this is jus terrible and at the least Tyler Staker should have to go before Grand Jury but no,thye must have money so much corruption in this county it is sad when a man could come to your home and just shoot you on your own land without any reason what so ever I hope karma gets him good
Truly

Portsmouth, OH

#35 Oct 14, 2012
Tyler Staker will have to live with the fact that he killed someone, whether he thinks it was self defense or not. Maybe when he has kids he will understand just what it did to those children. He may think he's alright now, but he will have a lifetime to reflect on what the outcome of the shooting has to all of those involved in both families.

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