Edubs

Willacoochee, GA

#264 Jan 25, 2013
Thank you for providing this very important information. Not.
Hometown girl wrote:
Not saying the two are related, but this is a similar story that happened in Atkinson county this month but not with such a sad ending.
http://www.mysouthwestga.com/news/story.aspx...
Huh

Mcdonough, GA

#265 Jan 25, 2013
To the person that posted the Atkinson county domestic issue.. Start your own thread please.
jilted

United States

#266 Jan 25, 2013
Hometown girl wrote:
Not saying the two are related, but this is a similar story that happened in Atkinson county this month but not with such a sad ending.
http://www.mysouthwestga.com/news/story.aspx...
The theory of a jilted lover makes the most sense to me. Better than all the gossip and rumors nailing a man to a cross without a trial.
Dixie

Douglas, GA

#267 Jan 25, 2013
bull!
Eyesareopen

Pell City, AL

#268 Jan 25, 2013
jilted wrote:
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The theory of a jilted lover makes the most sense to me. Better than all the gossip and rumors nailing a man to a cross without a trial.
Do you happen to be his lawyer.?
nice

Tifton, GA

#269 Jan 25, 2013
Yes, a jilted lover who just happened to be laying in wait in the apparent 15 minute window of opportunity to murder a lady, set the house on fire (quite well at that)...while the hubby is next door "fixin up a trailer". Yes, that makes perfect sense.
jilted wrote:
<quoted text>
The theory of a jilted lover makes the most sense to me. Better than all the gossip and rumors nailing a man to a cross without a trial.
Donotunderstand

Poulan, GA

#270 Jan 25, 2013
There's so much pure junk and gossip on these topics until I don't believe 3/4 of what 's posted on here, much less to repeat it.
Dixie

Douglas, GA

#271 Jan 25, 2013
fixig up are cleaning up.
hunter

Atlanta, GA

#272 Jan 25, 2013
What?
jilted

United States

#273 Jan 25, 2013
Jilted lovers are revengeful. Take the blinders off and think. It takes an open mind to solve a mystery. What if the lady walked in on a revengeful person setting fire to her home?
Campbell

United States

#274 Jan 25, 2013
Everyone knows "the other woman" & that ain't the first marriage she's split up either from what I've heard. Edith was a wonderful woman who deserved much more than what this life had to offer. I hope your reading this "other woman" and are ashamed!
Knocker s

United States

#275 Jan 25, 2013
Praying justice is served.
Anonymous

Macon, GA

#276 Jan 25, 2013
Campbell wrote:
Everyone knows "the other woman" & that ain't the first marriage she's split up either from what I've heard. Edith was a wonderful woman who deserved much more than what this life had to offer. I hope your reading this "other woman" and are ashamed!
Who i she????? Names please...we may know sum1that knows her that could get her to talk, ya know? And maybe help piece the answers together.....
Gun Runner

Hamilton, OH

#277 Jan 25, 2013
jilted wrote:
Jilted lovers are revengeful. Take the blinders off and think. It takes an open mind to solve a mystery. What if the lady walked in on a revengeful person setting fire to her home?
Real crime solvers follow the evidence!

If having a married person having a boy or girl friend is a crime then half of this county would be in jail by sunset today.
lookingin

Douglas, GA

#278 Jan 25, 2013
I know a polygraph wont hold up in court, but is it possible to make him take one as a suspect just so they can lean towards finding new leads and if he isnt worried about taking one, there will be nothing to hide, right?? just a thought
SammieSue

United States

#279 Jan 25, 2013
Who were the neighbors that were with his family in Hawaii? What time did she leave the bank on Friday. How long did it take for Edith to drive from the bank to home?
Info

Thomasville, GA

#280 Jan 25, 2013
lookingin wrote:
I know a polygraph wont hold up in court, but is it possible to make him take one as a suspect just so they can lean towards finding new leads and if he isnt worried about taking one, there will be nothing to hide, right?? just a thought
This link as fairly good information on the polygraph test. http://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article...
wondering

Montezuma, GA

#281 Jan 25, 2013
Who made the 911 call?
Gun Runner

Hamilton, OH

#282 Jan 25, 2013
lookingin wrote:
I know a polygraph wont hold up in court, but is it possible to make him take one as a suspect just so they can lean towards finding new leads and if he isnt worried about taking one, there will be nothing to hide, right?? just a thought
He can't be forced to take one.
lookingin

Douglas, GA

#283 Jan 25, 2013
i KNOW HE CANT BE FORCED TO TAKE ONE,,BUT IF HE HAS NOTHING TO HIDE, HE WOULD ASK FOR ONE TO CLEAR UP HIS NAME,,JUST THINKING...

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