Son fights to prove father was murdered

Son fights to prove father was murdered

There are 3 comments on the The Orlando Sentinel story from Oct 26, 2007, titled Son fights to prove father was murdered. In it, The Orlando Sentinel reports that:

“He has even threatened that I either give him money or he will continue to make my life miserable.”

Steve Esdale will step into a courtroom here today and try to prove a murder case that authorities say doesn't exist.

Using a little-known part of state law, the 48-year-old handyman will argue that in 2003, his 71-year-old father was poisoned by his new wife, a former Bolivian narcotics agent 24 years his junior.

He'll point to witnesses that he says undermine the wife's account of the death; the dangerous, obscure drug found in his father's house; a sketchy sheriff's timeline; and a 911 tape that experts say reveals a man calling for help -- a man who was supposed to be dead. Read more

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injustice

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#1 Nov 7, 2007
The Murder is captured in the background of a 911 call. The killer gave her victim poison and when she thought he was dead, she made her academy award call for help. It turns out the victim was unconscious and when he came to, he could be heard asking for an ambulance, and you want me dead. The wife his heard ordering her husband to "Give Up". This 911 call was stricken from the Court. This is the most crucial evidence. Why didn't the judges want to hear this call?

Three Forensic Audio Experts examined this 911 tape and heard for themselves that this murder was captured on the 911 call. They were not allowed to testify? Why didn't the judges want to hear the truth?

There was poison found in the victims room the day of his death. This man never had an autopsy. An autopsy would prove how the victim died.
The Judges, Haworth and Gallen denied an Autopsy. Why don't they want to know how he died?

These Judges work with the killer and are protecting her cover up a murder....What a corrpt filthy Court System......
The Court Reporter

Mascotte, FL

#2 Nov 7, 2007
injustice wrote:
The Murder is captured in the background of a 911 call. The killer gave her victim poison and when she thought he was dead, she made her academy award call for help. It turns out the victim was unconscious and when he came to, he could be heard asking for an ambulance, and you want me dead. The wife his heard ordering her husband to "Give Up". This 911 call was stricken from the Court. This is the most crucial evidence. Why didn't the judges want to hear this call?
Three Forensic Audio Experts examined this 911 tape and heard for themselves that this murder was captured on the 911 call. They were not allowed to testify? Why didn't the judges want to hear the truth?
There was poison found in the victims room the day of his death. This man never had an autopsy. An autopsy would prove how the victim died.
The Judges, Haworth and Gallen denied an Autopsy. Why don't they want to know how he died?
These Judges work with the killer and are protecting her cover up a murder....What a corrpt filthy Court System......
You got that right.
injustice

AOL

#3 Jan 20, 2008

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