Sunday, March 02, 2008

thank you for the condolences

to those out there who left comments concerning jimbo's death, thank you very much. his death hit us all pretty hard and made us scramble around like outhouse rats trying to explain it. to all the friends of cheryl dunlap, and all the other victims of these heinous acts, we send out our best wishes for a steady healing. with all that i have heard, and i stress that it is only what i heard 2nd hand from the nice folk up in that area of the wood, jimmie was killed in the manner of about 7-10 people, male and female, from state parks and forests from fl. north to n.georgia. it was the same basic m.o. as the man who was caught after trying to use his victim's a.t.m. card unfruitfully. his name is hilton, he is an old man, he plead out to the n. ga. murder of a young woman, he will undoubtedly spend the rest of his nat. life in prison, so why should an overworked and understaffed police force have t go through the time and expense of prosecuting this guy for killing a mentally ill drifter ( which is i know what they thought of jimbo)? one of the police told a friend that they were going to check with the family, and if they were o.k. with it, they would rule the death a suicide under questionable circumstances. she asked the officer if that was how they normally did it, he quickly changed the subject. i don't know, just don't know. i got an email from someone claiming to be a friend of the paramedic who 'found' jim, and it described the scene pretty well, no one commits suicide like that! so much pain and so little justice. ah well.


Anonymous Jack Arons said...

We at BBC will continue to try to find answers to the questions that are still unanswered in the passing of Jimbo Beale. Much has been covered up and LE is not going to be able to shove this under the rug as they have in the past.

Any further information that you have that can help us would be appreciated.

2:30 PM  

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