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Gwyka wrote:The most recent activity is a defendant in the case filing a motion for a "more definite statement". In other words "OMG - tell me that again - is this for real what you are claiming?"
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Feb 25 17 9:15 AM
Quijebo wrote:I don't see inmate "coming clean" at his next parole hearing either. What would it gain him? He's very unlikely to be paroled the first time after finally admitting guilt. And even if somehow he were, it's still some months until he gets out.
But then what? No job, no resources, must live and interact with a wackadoodle, can no longer claim "innocence".
And frankly he must realize that he likely does not have that much time left anyway. Better to stick to the "story" to the end. I don't even expect a death bed confession -- worse, probably a death bed claim of "innocence" yet again.
Even more frankly, my big hope now is that Bob Stevenson outlives him, and gets to see his sister's (and nieces' and nephew's!) murderer finally gone from the earth.
Feb 25 17 11:10 AM
Feb 27 17 7:03 PM
Katy0755 wrote:Thanks, ITK! Great info!
I've got a dumb question here. I live in Oregon, which is only one of two states (I think the other is New Jersey) in which it is illegal to pump your own gas - so it's been years since I filled up my own tank. Is it really possible for the pump or nozzle to go crazy and spew the pumper with gas? This sounds like a con job to me.
Well, Maryland is mostly all pump your own gas stations and I must admit I do miss the option of pulling into a full service line. However, although it is possible for a pump nozzle to "fail" I cannot see how the failure would get gas in your eyes, unless of course you are sitting on the ground while filling your tank. there is a gadget on most pumps that allow you "auto fill" your tank and the gadget is supposed to disengage when your tank is almost full. Sometimes that gadget doesn't work (so that you have to hold the handle down) and sometimes it will "fail" and continue to pump gas into an already full tank allowing gas to pout out of the car. I've had it happen a handful of times, and at worst you get gas on your shoes and the lower part of your pants legs followed by a small amount on your hand when you force the gadget to the off position. MOST of the times you get a minor splatter that may or may not hit your person. Seriously, if you rub your eyes with the hand that got gasoline on it, perhaps you would get some eye damage.....but I've gotten gasoline on my skin before and it didn't burn......I have never gotten it into my eyes......still, unless she or someone near her lit a match or lighter and caught her on fire I just don't see this as happening. PLUS, an incident such as this would have sent her for medical attention and from where this gas station is located she'd have been taken to Shock Trauma imho. I just don't buy it, flaming customer would have made the local news and believe me I'd remember such an incident!
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Feb 28 17 11:01 AM
InTheKnow100 wrote:So a friend in Maryland got me the scoop on Cleo's latest case. Apparently, approximately three years ago, at 1:20 am, she went to her local Exxon station to gas up. God only knows how gassed up she was on Boones Farm at that hour.
She claims the pump went crazy and covered her with gasoline burning her face eyes neck and arm badly. So badly that she could not work. I don't recall her working for years before this date.
She is claiming her eyesight is permanently ruined and she can't even put on a bathing suit and swim any more. At least that protects the rest of our eyesight.
She is claiming $350,000 for medical care, $800,000 for pain and suffering and $1,000,000 in punitive damages.
This is one messed up lady.
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Apr 5 17 12:30 AM
Sibby wrote:Montpelier Liquors? Is this in Laurel? I lived in that area in the early 80's. Don't get up that way too much anymore. Just wondering if someone could put out an address so I can look it up.
Edit: nevermind, I found the address on the judiciary site and looked it up. This is in Jessup. I have been past this station before. About one block north of this is the gas station with a Taquieria attached that was featured on "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives".
Was just curious about where this supposedly happened since it is in my state.
Now if it was in my county I could easily look it up, since I live within walking distance of the court house. Sigh.
Betting this will get dismissed.
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