ASP waiting on autopsy report on Alan...

ASP waiting on autopsy report on Alan Holt

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See It Like It Is

North Little Rock, AR

#1 Jul 14, 2012
It has been said, that no arrest has been made because the ASP is waiting on the autopsy report to be completed. That they want to make sure they have enough evidense for a conviction. That's what troubles me. The autopsy report will only show cause of death, not who done it. Did the police tape off the crime scene and do a complete crime scene investigation? There are cameras on that parking lot, and there has been talk about police having that tape. Where nail scrapings taken from Alan and the one's accused? Were statements taken, by police, from all who were present at the time? Was Noal Like, the owner, taken in or detained for questioning. These things are enough evidence for a conviction. Reguardless who is responsible for his death, some charges should have already been filed. Noal Like, failed to report a crime that took place in his establishment, that alone should have gotten him some charges. Everyone who was present at the time should be charged, because the law says if you see a crime being committed and you fail to notify law enforcement then you are breaking the law. So many things are so wrong with this whole case. Some charges should have done been filed and because they haven't, I fear that it will be covered up. If Noal Like is really a cage fighter, like he says he is, then he should know if he hits another person, the law would consider that assault with a deadly weapon. If a person is a fighter their hands are considered deadly weapons. I pray for the family's sake, and for Alans, that justice is served, maybe the family needs to write the Govenor of Arkansas, or the F.B.I. So many crimes in Wynne have gone without justice being served, reguardless of evidense to prove it, that I fear this case may too. My heart goes out to his family, esp. his baby who will never know him. I pray all parties responsible for his death, and all parties who were there and did nothing, to stop the beating or call law enforcement or help prevent his death, are all prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
repeat

Wynne, AR

#2 Jul 14, 2012
Justice has been served. End of story.

“Pray,Love,Peace and compassion”

Since: Jul 12

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#3 Jul 14, 2012
repeat wrote:
Justice has been served. End of story.
Please, I am begging you, STOP. There was NOTHING about justice in what was done to Alan.

Since: Jul 12

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#4 Jul 14, 2012
repeat wrote:
Justice has been served. End of story.
Just like I have said on every one of your ignorant posts, DO NOT POST unless you have something productive, positive, or nice to say. It is truly sad that you have nothing better to do than talk so ill of the deceased. I feel sorry for you when the day comes when you have to answer to God for this..... I have a feeling no one will be seeing you in Heaven like we will see Alan in Heaven...... God Bless your wretched soul.

“My mind....”

Since: Jul 09

was a terrible thing to waste

#5 Jul 14, 2012
See It Like It Is wrote:
It has been said, that no arrest has been made because the ASP is waiting on the autopsy report to be completed. That they want to make sure they have enough evidense for a conviction. That's what troubles me. The autopsy report will only show cause of death, not who done it. Did the police tape off the crime scene and do a complete crime scene investigation? There are cameras on that parking lot, and there has been talk about police having that tape. Where nail scrapings taken from Alan and the one's accused? Were statements taken, by police, from all who were present at the time? Was Noal Like, the owner, taken in or detained for questioning. These things are enough evidence for a conviction. Reguardless who is responsible for his death, some charges should have already been filed. Noal Like, failed to report a crime that took place in his establishment, that alone should have gotten him some charges. Everyone who was present at the time should be charged, because the law says if you see a crime being committed and you fail to notify law enforcement then you are breaking the law. So many things are so wrong with this whole case. Some charges should have done been filed and because they haven't, I fear that it will be covered up. If Noal Like is really a cage fighter, like he says he is, then he should know if he hits another person, the law would consider that assault with a deadly weapon. If a person is a fighter their hands are considered deadly weapons. I pray for the family's sake, and for Alans, that justice is served, maybe the family needs to write the Govenor of Arkansas, or the F.B.I. So many crimes in Wynne have gone without justice being served, reguardless of evidense to prove it, that I fear this case may too. My heart goes out to his family, esp. his baby who will never know him. I pray all parties responsible for his death, and all parties who were there and did nothing, to stop the beating or call law enforcement or help prevent his death, are all prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
The "assault with a deadly weapon" thingy rarely stands up in court.

I boxed as a younger fella, and know others who did, and been in a couple scraps since then.
Nothing is ever mentioned in court.

There should be better evidence than that.

I have no dog in this fight, so my opinion really doesn't amount to sh!t.

Actually... I wasn't there, didn't see with my own eyes what happened, so... I have no opinion.... except I hate it for all parties involved.

“Pray,Love,Peace and compassion”

Since: Jul 12

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#6 Jul 14, 2012
OMYDAM wrote:
<quoted text>The "assault with a deadly weapon" thingy rarely stands up in court.

I boxed as a younger fella, and know others who did, and been in a couple scraps since then.
Nothing is ever mentioned in court.

There should be better evidence than that.

I have no dog in this fight, so my opinion really doesn't amount to sh!t.

Actually... I wasn't there, didn't see with my own eyes what happened, so... I have no opinion.... except I hate it for all parties involved.
Omy with me your opinion always matters. The assault charge doesn't always hold up but I would think in this case considering a young man lost his life it should play a huge factor.
Sad

Fayetteville, AR

#7 Jul 14, 2012
See It Like It Is wrote:
It has been said, that no arrest has been made because the ASP is waiting on the autopsy report to be completed. That they want to make sure they have enough evidense for a conviction. That's what troubles me. The autopsy report will only show cause of death, not who done it. Did the police tape off the crime scene and do a complete crime scene investigation? There are cameras on that parking lot, and there has been talk about police having that tape. Where nail scrapings taken from Alan and the one's accused? Were statements taken, by police, from all who were present at the time? Was Noal Like, the owner, taken in or detained for questioning. These things are enough evidence for a conviction. Reguardless who is responsible for his death, some charges should have already been filed. Noal Like, failed to report a crime that took place in his establishment, that alone should have gotten him some charges. Everyone who was present at the time should be charged, because the law says if you see a crime being committed and you fail to notify law enforcement then you are breaking the law. So many things are so wrong with this whole case. Some charges should have done been filed and because they haven't, I fear that it will be covered up. If Noal Like is really a cage fighter, like he says he is, then he should know if he hits another person, the law would consider that assault with a deadly weapon. If a person is a fighter their hands are considered deadly weapons. I pray for the family's sake, and for Alans, that justice is served, maybe the family needs to write the Govenor of Arkansas, or the F.B.I. So many crimes in Wynne have gone without justice being served, reguardless of evidense to prove it, that I fear this case may too. My heart goes out to his family, esp. his baby who will never know him. I pray all parties responsible for his death, and all parties who were there and did nothing, to stop the beating or call law enforcement or help prevent his death, are all prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
I have some of the exact concerns you do. It's my understanding that they need the autopsy to show the cause of death was the beating so they can go for murder charges. Jonesboro Sun reported that the ASP won't have that until the middle of this month, so any day. There are many who will take further steps to make sure this won't be covered up, I promise. Myself included.
Sad

Fayetteville, AR

#8 Jul 14, 2012
Also, thanks for starting this thread. The more of us who continue to demand answers, the better!
Sad

Fayetteville, AR

#9 Jul 14, 2012
xVoice Of Reasonx wrote:
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Omy with me your opinion always matters. The assault charge doesn't always hold up but I would think in this case considering a young man lost his life it should play a huge factor.
I agree. This went far beyond an assault or scrap.
visitor

Monroe, LA

#10 Jul 14, 2012
An autopsy will also show whether Alan had a disease or defect that contributed to the death besides being beaten. I think there would be no doubt as to who caused the death, but that would still be pertinent information in regard to the possible charges.
Sad

Fayetteville, AR

#11 Jul 14, 2012
visitor wrote:
An autopsy will also show whether Alan had a disease or defect that contributed to the death besides being beaten. I think there would be no doubt as to who caused the death, but that would still be pertinent information in regard to the possible charges.
Yes. I don't want to say too much cause that seems to get threads deleted. But, yes there's no doubt who caused the death, just a matter of which charges based on the autopsy.

Since: Jul 12

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#12 Jul 14, 2012
Sad wrote:
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Yes. I don't want to say too much cause that seems to get threads deleted. But, yes there's no doubt who caused the death, just a matter of which charges based on the autopsy.
The least of charges should be 2nd Degree Murder.. Under Arkansas Code, 2nd Degree Murder can be charged if there was intent to do bodily harm (which is obvious) and it results in death (which it did).... There are no ifs, ands, or buts about that being true.....:-) Also, those who just stood there can be charged with the same.

I think they (WPD) are using the autopsy results as an excuse bc they are hoping to find he had alcohol in his system so that someone (NL) can use the excuse of self defense or whatever other ignorant justification they can come up with.

Everyone knows who was involved and the fact that nothing has beeen done attests to the character of the pd. I don't care what excuses they give, they have done nothing what-so-ever to do their job and protect their citizens. If anything, they have put all citizens in more danger! They don't need the autopsy to make arrests..... They haven't even brought anyone in!!!!!! Also, NL was arrested on a DWI a few days after...... The bar didn't report the incident.... No one is being helf responsible for the murder of a man!!!!!!! Makes me sick!

This is not over and won't be until justice is served!

JUSTICE FOR ALAN HOLT AND FAMILY!!!!!!
Sad

Fayetteville, AR

#13 Jul 14, 2012
HoPeFoRtHeFuTuRe11 wrote:
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The least of charges should be 2nd Degree Murder.. Under Arkansas Code, 2nd Degree Murder can be charged if there was intent to do bodily harm (which is obvious) and it results in death (which it did).... There are no ifs, ands, or buts about that being true.....:-) Also, those who just stood there can be charged with the same.
I think they (WPD) are using the autopsy results as an excuse bc they are hoping to find he had alcohol in his system so that someone (NL) can use the excuse of self defense or whatever other ignorant justification they can come up with.
Everyone knows who was involved and the fact that nothing has beeen done attests to the character of the pd. I don't care what excuses they give, they have done nothing what-so-ever to do their job and protect their citizens. If anything, they have put all citizens in more danger! They don't need the autopsy to make arrests..... They haven't even brought anyone in!!!!!! Also, NL was arrested on a DWI a few days after...... The bar didn't report the incident.... No one is being helf responsible for the murder of a man!!!!!!! Makes me sick!
This is not over and won't be until justice is served!
JUSTICE FOR ALAN HOLT AND FAMILY!!!!!!
I agree with everything you've said about the actual laws that apply here. However, it's in the state police's hands now, not the WPD. The pressure will need to be applied to the prosecutor in this case now, and what he does with the information supplied by the ASP.

I wish everyone who swore an oath to uphold the law did so, but that's not the case or reality any more. Everyone has to stay smart and do all they can to let everyone know we demand justice.
Sad

Fayetteville, AR

#14 Jul 14, 2012
Also, I see no grounds for self defense here. Video shows Alan was not the aggressor, and he didn't have any weapons.
hmmm

United States

#15 Jul 14, 2012
..and they need to close all the little redneck bars
georgey

Andrews, TX

#16 Jul 14, 2012
HoPeFoRtHeFuTuRe11 wrote:
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I think they (WPD) are using the autopsy results as an excuse bc they are hoping to find he had alcohol in his system so that someone (NL) can use the excuse of self defense or whatever other ignorant justification they can come up with.
I'm simply asking a curious question that came up from your comment... Would the alcohol in (or not in) his system even be used from autopsy since his body was kept alive at the hospital for the day? Not to be morbid but surely they are looking for the fatal blow to prove if it came from a person or a fall. Whichever the case, I just hope it is handled and closed instead of just lingering.

“The Dawg is In!”

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#17 Jul 15, 2012
Sad wrote:
Also, I see no grounds for self defense here. Video shows Alan was not the aggressor, and he didn't have any weapons.
Did you see this on YouTube?

Just curious as to your source.
Sad

Fayetteville, AR

#18 Jul 15, 2012
Scuba Dawg wrote:
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Did you see this on YouTube?
Just curious as to your source.
A very reliable one, however, it's been shown that time and time again, saying too many truthful details gets threads deleted.
guest

Wynne, AR

#19 Jul 15, 2012
It is over and done. He started more trouble that he could handle. The only people I feel sorry for are the Likes.

“Pray,Love,Peace and compassion”

Since: Jul 12

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#20 Jul 15, 2012
guest wrote:
It is over and done. He started more trouble that he could handle. The only people I feel sorry for are the Likes.
So you can't put your hate aside and feel for a child, a fiance, a mother, brothers, friends or an unborn baby that will never hold it's daddy's hand? I feel sorry for you. I feel sorry for the Likes, I feel sorry for everyone that has been touched by this brutality.

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