Could TN statment to Ron, "I am so proud of you", meant that she is proud that he didn't say anything about what happened to HaLeigh?
swinging on the branches, seems to me to be the only way left...all the limbs i have gone out on have broke...lol
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Ron more than likely will talk to a snitch. I would not be shocked if an inmate comes forward with what Ron said he did to his daughter. The way Ronald talked to Cobra, it just did not strike me as him speaking was that of someone with a very high IQ.
Last edited by Chablis; 03-22-2011 at 11:49 AM.
I am sure that AS let Ron do whatever he wanted. You know, when she made that comment about him having a foul mouth and being disrepectful, i have a feeling she wasn't just meaning right after the death of his grandfather, but basically all the time, regardless of whom, what, when, where and why, he has always been this way...JMO.
Back to topic...about those appeals....WTH is he thinking? I have always been a true believer of "if you give them a rope they will hang themselves" and i hope in a way -not litterally- he does so. It is way past due. What i do not understand, and maybe someone with some "law" knowledge can help out. If an attorney is representing a client, shouldn't the attorney be the one to file appeals? Shoemaker HAS to be aware that his client filed an appeal on the drug charges. Why is he allowing his client to do so? Ron has pretty much followed his attorney's advice so far, why stray from it now?
If this were Misty, i would get it, b/c she never listened to her attorney's advice anyways, but Ron was a different story. Those were his two BFFs. JMO.
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"IT TAKES A LOT BIGGER MAN TO STAND UP AND ADMIT HIS MISTAKES THAN TO HIDE BEHIND A LIE"WHY WON'T ANYONE STAND UP FOR HALEIGH??!! WHY?? TELL THE TRUTH!!HALEIGH DESERVES IT!!
Ron is not appealing his conviction and sentence exactly. He is appealing Putnam Court's denial of his Motion to Correct Illegal Sentence. Most likely Shoemaker knows the sentence was totally legal, etc. I suspect if Ron finds himself having to answer for other things, Shoemaker will be right there by his side.
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Some of the most illiterate people I know have the most street smarts, although sitting in the back of a "sting" car slipping someone in your mouth, and yapping away, ain't even smart on the street. Amateurs with inflated egos and big mouths fool some of the people some of the time. One can only hope he needs to exercise his jaws, and impress the population while in prison.
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Okay, I'm going our on a limb here...well, maybe a twig. Does anyone remember TN talking to RC while he was in jail (this goes back to the very beginning.) She said something like, `I never loved your sister more than you'
and continued the conversation along those lines. Do you think, she was laying ground work for an insanity plea in case things didn't work out for him (re: Haleigh, not the drugs.)
It seemed very strange that she would pick that particular time to tell this to her grown up son. If she felt RC did in fact feel that way, why wasn't this taken care of years and years ago?
Don't through rocks, please!
I believe there may have been an ongoing rivalry for mother's love throughout RC and CC's lives. Likely TN did not relate to her kids very well or at all but possibly had some success relating to CC, or at least RC thought so. When RC was arrested I think he felt his family might feel he had let them down.
At the beginning of that conversation between TN and RC she says it's good to see him, and he says something like, "even like this?" I really believe he felt ashamed of being in jail; RC even said at one point that Kirby S. would be very displeased if he were still around to see RC in jail.
I think TN made the statement about not loving his sister more because RC was feeling she did love his sister more, and probably always had felt that. And when TN told RC she was proud of him, I do not think she was saying she was proud that he was in jail. I think she was trying to tell him she was proud of him as a son.
That is just my take on it.
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The part I remember of that jailhouse visit was TN's apparent condition - she sounded as if she were inebriated, slurring her words, very deep husky voice. I might be mistaken, but I seem to recall her first words were, "Do you have something to tell me?" I believed Ron's response was (paraphrasing here) - "What - that I love you?" and then he started talking a mile a minute about (John Merchant?) telling him Misty was crying real tears when she was questioned and Ron was mentioned, etc., etc.
That question - "Do you have something to tell me?" - coupled with TN's apparent condition, chilled me to the bone. Was she informed about all the circumstances of Ron's arrest, what the charges were? Or was she terrified that he was going to tell her that he wasn't only facing the drug charges, but he was also being held for his responsibility in Haleigh's disappearance/demise? That might account for what appeared to be her heavy "sedation", her question, and then Ron's rapid-fire change of subject, not giving TN the opportunity to get a word in edgewise until he'd "set her straight."
It was definitely a weird conversation all the way around!
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