James Ramseur and Barry Allen committed serious crimes since the
original incident. Soon after being released from the hospital for the
treatment of his gunshot wound, James Ramseur committed another crime
with an associate: he was later convicted of raping, sodomizing,
beating and robbing a pregnant nineteen year old woman on a building
rooftop in the Bronx, and in 1986 was sentenced to 8 1/3 to 25 years
in prison. Barry Allen committed two muggings after the shooting.
On Thu, 26 Jul 2007 12:20:14 GMT, "JoeSpareBedroom"
Actually, the kids were ok, as I remember, but I have no idea what
became of them. He had a brother, that according to people that knew
him, was a decent sort.
Hell of a deal for a lot of years, and after all these years, no one
has ever spoken about who actually did the deed. Pretty amazing for a
small town to collectively remain silent forever.
I am surprised that it hadn't happened years before.
Some other bad stuff that has happened there:
Lot of trauma for a little rural town.
The knife must have slipped - if you expect the butter to slice like
soft butter does but instead it's hard as a brick (with that bit of
slickness as the surface melts) then *thwack*!
Or something like that <G>
Ann, gardening in Zone 6a
South of Boston, Massachusetts
i wouldn't call myself a sap. but it also calls for forgiveness 70x7.
when the issue is pushed, cut them loose and just let them go on their
merry way. it doesn't mean that you still have to socialize with that
I don't believe in karma - "What goes around comes around", like it's
because of some great force in the universe. People make sure something
"comes around". Just me, but I think your relatives should have some help
with this in some way that turns their stomachs for the rest of their lives,
assuming they're involved.
If her relatives were scorned all over town forever, that wouldn't be a bad
thing. Here, we're doing that for a couple of town board members. Everyone
loves it, and I mean everyone, except to two slimeballs who are the
recipients of our ire.
This is a good thing, Charlie. To do otherwise is to be a sap. Nobody wants
to be a sap.
Before? Where did you see me say "before"?
If you are somehow lucky enough to discover that your relatives are (for
example) involved in a real estate investment that will benefit from dicking
around with other people's land, and they're using public financial
resources to forward their venture, there's nothing wrong with exposing
this, perhaps in the newspaper. It's not illegal, but it is most certainly
obnoxious, and it's far more common than you may think.
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