Janet Brock was murdered

Janet Brock was murdered

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JUST WONDERING

Madisonville, KY

#1 Nov 29, 2008
does anyone remember the murdering of Janet Brock? Do you think her husband Jamie was gulity?
very well

Zoe, KY

#2 Dec 1, 2008
i knew Janet very well.. i knew her since i was very young.. me and her niece have always been great friends we grew up together.. yes Jamie is guilty.. i use to love that man to death, it was a huge shock and a deepened sadness..she loved her babies more than anything and that asshole took that away. i stayed all night at their house many times before they had their children. it was like they were meant for each other.. but he changed. i still cant believe it.. the funeral was so sad..
JUST WONDERING

Madisonville, KY

#3 Dec 1, 2008
Jamie's family thinks he is innosent, I believe he is guilty. His family didn't believe he was cheating on Janet either but it all came out , the truth always does!!
sad

Cleveland, AR

#4 Jan 8, 2009
I always liked Jamie too but there is no doubt he is guilty. If you knew all the terrible facts you would know too. Out of respect for her family, I'm not saying anything more about the incident. With exception of losing one of the most beautiful people in the world, both inside and out, everything works out for the best. God looks over us all and people that do what Jamie Brock did always pay.

Rest in peace, Janet. You touched so many in your community!
A former friend

United States

#5 Jan 15, 2009
Jamie was my friend, and a very close one.
I have spoken with Jamie since it happened and there is no doubt in my mind he is guilty.
I fear is that someday he will find a way to get out of jail and come back into those precious little boys' lives.
I would rather he die in jail than to continue to mess their lives up.
I guess I feel bad, because I don't actually feel bad, for feeling that way.
madmax

New Tazewell, TN

#6 Jan 17, 2009
If he ever gets out a lot of people will see to it that he would wish he never had. I was related to Janet.

Since: Jan 09

New Tazewell, TN

#7 Jan 17, 2009
I figured I would post again since it
showed me in Canada. Speedwell here.
a former friend

United States

#8 Jan 17, 2009
madmax wrote:
If he ever gets out a lot of people will see to it that he would wish he never had. I was related to Janet.
And no one would see a thing!!

Since: Mar 09

New Tazewell, TN

#9 Mar 5, 2009
THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH! I am one of Janet's neices and really she was more of my second mother than my aunt. She was my best friend. The hurt will never go away and yes Jamie will suffer for the rest of his life for what he has done. And yes Jamie WAS a good person before this. He had no self-control that day. I miss having him in my life the way that he was before but I miss Janet even more dearly. Jamie will never get out and you can mark my words that he will NEVER come take his boys back. We have custody of them and they are ours. His family doesn't even acknowledge their presence. Sad but true...thanks again everyone...and if you have any questions I love talking about these things, not because it doesn't hurt me, because it really does...but I love talking about it because that is what my aunt would want me to do. She wants everyone to know the truth.
porkchop

Winchester, KY

#10 Mar 5, 2009
twhit15 wrote:
THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH! I am one of Janet's neices and really she was more of my second mother than my aunt. She was my best friend. The hurt will never go away and yes Jamie will suffer for the rest of his life for what he has done. And yes Jamie WAS a good person before this. He had no self-control that day. I miss having him in my life the way that he was before but I miss Janet even more dearly. Jamie will never get out and you can mark my words that he will NEVER come take his boys back. We have custody of them and they are ours. His family doesn't even acknowledge their presence. Sad but true...thanks again everyone...and if you have any questions I love talking about these things, not because it doesn't hurt me, because it really does...but I love talking about it because that is what my aunt would want me to do. She wants everyone to know the truth.
Janet and Jamie were my friends, and I still have guilt wondering if there was anything I could have done that would have prevented what happened. I didn't even have a clue there was a problem.

Janet was an incredibly good woman, teacher, and above all mother. Without Janet this world is not quite as bright, good, or wholesome as it used to be.

I pray for you guys quite a bit, especially the boys.
greeneyes

Ooltewah, TN

#11 Mar 12, 2009
I went to School with Janet all my life, and It was a shock when I heard this, I hope her children are doing great and that Monster never gets out of Jail. I just don't see how a person that everyone says was so nice could do such a horrible thing, just out of the blue one day go crazy and do what he did!
sasd

Russell Springs, KY

#12 Mar 18, 2009
greeneyes wrote:
I went to School with Janet all my life, and It was a shock when I heard this, I hope her children are doing great and that Monster never gets out of Jail. I just don't see how a person that everyone says was so nice could do such a horrible thing, just out of the blue one day go crazy and do what he did!
janet was my computer teach...she was a wounderful woman. when i heard that she was dead...all of my school formed a mermorial servics in her honor. we all will miss her greatly.

RIP
knew her and loved her

Church Hill, VA

#13 Jul 9, 2009
I knew Janet and Jamie both. I lost touch with her before she became pregnant the 1st time. I saw her when she was pregnant the 2nd time. They were both at my church and Jamie was playing the drums in a group that was singing there at church. But, I could tell something was different about him. He just looked mad, at everyone. Janet still was smiling and nice as ever. But, not Jamie. I can't believe he would do that to someone he supposedly loved. I mean she was the mother of his childre. If he didn't want her, leave her. But, don't take her life.
on the curb we dated alot

AOL

#14 Oct 30, 2009
never dated in school always wanted to but was to shy to ask,but after we graduated we went out 4 or 5 times a week bowling one night movies next and all sorts of things ,we went out 4 or 5 times weekly for 3 months then out of nowhere after we went out on a friday we made plans to go out the next day but for some unknown reason i did not go pick her up matter of a fact i didnt see her again until after i had gotten married and was getting devorced so i went to see her talked came back several more times and were having alot of fun til one night her dad came out laid a 357 above my head and told me he hearg some bad things on me i was a druggie but all i done was partack sum bud here and ther and hee told me he liked me since i was a kid and liked my parents but he got his gun and said that he didnt ever want to see me at his house again so being a man who wasnt afraid of a thing at that time i said well jay tell her i said by for the last time and that he would never see me again,but sad to say i saw him at her funeral and he gave me the viggest hug i had ever gotten from any man including my dad,and at that moment i couldnt help but think that if i had only stayed together with her she would still be alive cause god knows i would have treated her like a queen til i died and i miss her she was more than just someone i dated she was my best friend for 11 or 12 years while we were in school,our mutual friends like tator and other know ,we had to be friends because even the girls who told me to ask her out from 3 grade till highschool new i was either to shy or to chicken to get turned down,i just wander sometimes what it would have been like if we married had kids and she would still be alive ,i visit her grave often even though im married and have a 15 or 16 year old that i wouldnt trade for anything in the world but those who know who i am remember that i had a mischief streak in school but my kid makes me look like a saint ,god bless those who has had something nice to say about the best friend i had growing up and to her family god bless you all toobut i still sometime imagine us getting together everytime i visit her grave ill remember her forever,my friend jt
Miranda

New Tazewell, TN

#15 Nov 8, 2009
*I thought I would post the link to Jamie's appeal on here so that it would reach more folks. This is the real thing guys, please read at your own risk, it is NOT pleasant, but the truth!

http://www.tsc.state.tn.us/opinions/tcca/cc2q...
FOLLOW THE ABOVE LINK, SCROLL DOWN, JAMIE'S CASE IS THE 9TH ONE ON ON THE PAGE.

*NOW, I would like to begin by saying that I truly appreciate all the nice and loving comments that everyone has left about my aunt Janet. She has some wonderful, supportive friends and for that my family and I are forever grateful...THANK YOU! However, I do not appreciate some of the content of the previous post. I would like to clarify that my Papaw, Mr. J.D. Tolliver, does not, and has never, owned a 357...not to say he doesn't own a pistol, but it's not a 357. Therefore, he never held it to your head. I may have been small, but I do remember him making a threat to you (ON THE PHONE) but never in person. Trust me, if my Papaw was mad enough to hold a gun to your head, you would not be here to type your comment...he would have done it. I know of only three people that Janet dated seriously and you are not one of them. I applaud the fact that you admired her so, but please do not post false things about her or my family, especially when you won't even name yourself In the future, I hope that you will post ONLY positive things about my Aunt's life...and please, don't make my Papaw out to be some sort of gun-crazed man...although he'd love the chance to use one on the man responsible for her death.
Once again, thank you all for your posts!
powell valley

New Tazewell, TN

#18 Nov 10, 2009
you no i went to school with here from k threw 12 she was a good person. i no her family as well nice people as well OK. what happened wasn't right at all. no shud be dun that way he will get what coming to him. so don't you think you shud let her rest in peace i miss her and yes i think about her and others i went to school with a lot. the 80's was a good time for me. Janet and Jen and a few others was nice to me when others wasn't. so please let her rest thank you and GOD bless all .
just a mom

Harrogate, TN

#19 Nov 11, 2009
my son graduated with Tamara. I knew both of them. Can't believe what happened, they lived within spitting distance from me. This tore me apart. I believe he deserved more than what he got, but what do I know. I wasn't on the jury. I did read the appeal. I knew it was awful ( to say the VERY least) what he done to her but didn't have a clue as to just how bad. He NEVER needs to be around those children MUCH LESS deserve ANY remorse whatsoever.
Interesting

United States

#20 Nov 14, 2009
Miranda that boy didn't say nothing about thing's being serious sound like he said they were having fun and you made a big deal out of it
Memories

United States

#21 Nov 14, 2009
powell valley wrote:
you no i went to school with here from k threw 12 she was a good person. i no her family as well nice people as well OK. what happened wasn't right at all. no shud be dun that way he will get what coming to him. so don't you think you shud let her rest in peace i miss her and yes i think about her and others i went to school with a lot. the 80's was a good time for me. Janet and Jen and a few others was nice to me when others wasn't. so please let her rest thank you and GOD bless all .
I don't get you at all, do you actually think it's wrong to say nice things about Janet and remember her.Should someone just be forgotten because they died. Memories are a great thing and I don't believe that Janet would want to just be forgotten. I'm sure that she is resting in peace and she like all other loved ones should be remembered and memories shared about them. after all memories are all we have left when our loved ones pass on. So lighten up!
rmp

United States

#22 Jan 10, 2015
She was my teacher. I liked her a lot I think I was In 6th grade. I think about her some times still to this day I'm 23 now. She was one of the nicest people I knew. I thought I'd look her up today because she really made a marck on my life. God bless her boys and her family. Thank you.

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