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    MA - Rachel, 27, & Lillian Entwistle, 9 mos, murdered, 20 Jan 2006

    Neil Entwistle, whose wife and infant daughter were found shot to death in their home, has been arrested in connection with their deaths, the Middlesex District Attorney's office said Thursday.http://apnews.myway.com//article/200...D8FLK1085.html

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    Angry Arrest

    http://www.sky.com/skynews/article/0...211785,00.html

    lots of breaking news coverage on this over here on british tv!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by petra
    http://www.sky.com/skynews/article/0...211785,00.html

    lots of breaking news coverage on this over here on british tv!!!
    Alright! Please keep us posted.

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    The Entwistle's have an entire forum dedicated to their story.
    Entwistle forum at WS

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    Neil Entwistle - Post Sentencing

    Clarification re incarceration:

    At six months, Entwistle, like any other maximum-security prisoner, will have a classification hearing to determine if he stays at Souza-Baranowski or transfers to Cedar Junction. This hearing will be repeated every six months.

    Inmates serving life sentences typically start with two years at a maximum-security facility, Wiffin said.

    http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/ne...-for-Entwistle

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    I've read that Cedar Junction wouldn't be any kind of a picnic for him. I think he might survive if he stays at Souza in a single cell, but if he's goes somewhere with lots of interaction with other prisoners someone will get him.

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    He's such a wimp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEPUTYDAWG View Post
    He's such a wimp.
    He's definitely going to be in for the shock of his life in with the hard-core criminals.


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    Quote Originally Posted by panthera View Post
    He's definitely going to be in for the shock of his life in with the hard-core criminals.
    I don't think he'll be smirking! Even though we've had a hint of Neil's psychological background like narcissist, sociopath, psychopath etc., he's still a rookie when placed with this prison population. I know he's been in jail for the past 2 yrs but prison will be nothing like this! I would think he might do himself in but then EW says he's very optimistic that he'll win his appeal. I think EW made him think that so that he won't commit suicide.

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    Gee I don't feel one bit sorry for the creep. He deserves everything he will get. 10 fold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jilly View Post
    I don't think he'll be smirking! Even though we've had a hint of Neil's psychological background like narcissist, sociopath, psychopath etc., he's still a rookie when placed with this prison population. I know he's been in jail for the past 2 yrs but prison will be nothing like this! I would think he might do himself in but then EW says he's very optimistic that he'll win his appeal. I think EW made him think that so that he won't commit suicide.
    He's had many a chance to do himself in, but it hurts too much remember? He's too much of a coward to do that I suspect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jilly View Post
    I don't think he'll be smirking! Even though we've had a hint of Neil's psychological background like narcissist, sociopath, psychopath etc., he's still a rookie when placed with this prison population. I know he's been in jail for the past 2 yrs but prison will be nothing like this! I would think he might do himself in but then EW says he's very optimistic that he'll win his appeal. I think EW made him think that so that he won't commit suicide.
    While in county jail awaiting his trial he's been presumed innocent, and has had regular visits especially with his lawyers. He's been in and out of court for motions and the trial. Gone forever now are the suits or interaction with people outside of prison. He'll be in his small cell for most of each and every day. When he's allowed out he'll be fearing other inmates doing him in since he's been convicted of killing a baby. This is his first brush with the law and he's not "prison savvy" like many other hard timers he'll be in contact with. I don't know if he'll have the nerve to kill himself but someone else might get to him first. MOO

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    Yup...I agree with you classz - coward and Panthera's right - he's now a convicted criminal.
    Too bad we don't have a Vernell spokesperson to see if he's "jazzed" or not!

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