I'm not going to apologize for believing what a sheriff told me over and over again. If a person can't believe a sheriff, who can she believe? Perhaps I was the idiot for believing him, but I had no reason not to. Whereas the numerous inaccuracies contained within those 800 e-mails (reference the Grand Jury report) WERE, in my opinion, idiotic.<quoted text>
I think someone deserves an apology with your facts and know it all actions. See, you aren't perfect and so in the know afterall.
Speaking of apologies due, I fail to see how post #190 ("How's your friend Mary? Should I still be keeping an eye out for her here in FAYETTEVILLE?") was anything but cruel and abusive, as well as being a personal message directed only to me. Internet forum or not, it was meant for me and me alone.
Here's my proof -- On Sunday, August 17, 2008, I sent an e-mail to a certain person in Fayetteville, saying, "The latest news I have from the Fayetteville area is that my friend ... Mary ... is in a hospital there and is in very bad shape and is not expected to live."
I received a response to that e-mail. This e-mail exchange was known only to me and the person I had written it to.
My friend Mary is dead. How absolutely cruel to bring this up.