Feds to evaluate suspect in Erie coll...

Feds to evaluate suspect in Erie collar bomb case

There are 4 comments on the Post-gazette.com - News story from Feb 12, 2008, titled Feds to evaluate suspect in Erie collar bomb case. In it, Post-gazette.com - News reports that:

ERIE, Pa. -- A woman accused of planning an elaborate bank robbery that ended in the death of a pizza delivery man will be evaluated by a psychiatrist chosen by federal authorities to determine if she is ...

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“Serenity Now!”

Since: May 07

York Township, OH

#1 Mar 24, 2008
They still haven't answered a lot of questions in this case, particularly in regards to the victim/co-conspirator himself (Brian Wells). It seems strange that he would have been working with people like Diehl-Armstrong to begin with.
an Outsider

Taylor, MI

#2 Aug 25, 2013
Will someone attempt to convince me that Wells willingly had a collar-bomb placed around his neck? Didn't one of the defendents state that he had to strike Wells in the face in order to subdue him?
NOpinhead

Erie, PA

#3 Aug 25, 2013
an Outsider wrote:
Will someone attempt to convince me that Wells willingly had a collar-bomb placed around his neck? Didn't one of the defendents state that he had to strike Wells in the face in order to subdue him?
Again, there was a lot that came out when authorities announced they'd solved this case. Wells supposedly knew Diehl-Armstrong through Kenneth Barnes, who ran a sort of flop house where Wells would meet a prostitute who sometimes stayed at Barnes's house. Barnes was a fishing buddy of Diehl-Armstrong, which is how Wells crossed paths with her. The conspirators are said to have told Wells that the bomb they would put on him would be a fake, so when he found out that the bomb he was to wear was real on the day of his death, he tried to back out, and that's when Barnes had to punch him in the face to force him to coooperate. Wells wasn't the brightest bulb in the box, anyway. And the fact that his friend and co-worker, Robert Peretti, was found dead of "an accidental drug overdose" three days after Wells's death is suspicious also. They said Peretti died from mixing methadone and Xanax, even though methadone is used to help wean heroin addicts and Peretti never did heroin. Go figure.
c v gridley

Youngstown, OH

#4 Aug 25, 2013
ask Barry Grossman.

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