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    CA - Toby Turner, 44, found buried in her Ramona backyard, 19 Sept 2005


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    Last article mentions that his first wife is dead too. Self inflicted gunshot wound to the head. She died at 28 years old. I guess all of the women around him have emotional problems....right!!!

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    omg! Rhetorical question....what is up with these men? Wife killers with emotional problems followed by bouts of amnesia!

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    I haven't read the article yet, but I'm hoping the last name isn't Peterson!

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    I can't believe this idiot tried to get his stepson involved! Poor kid. I'm glad he came forward though. Good for him!

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    And the guy's first wife died, an "apparent suicide"?! I wonder if they will re-open an investigation into the first wife's death now?

    Quote Originally Posted by NBCSanDiego
    NBC 7/39 has learned that Keith Turner was married before and that his first wife is also dead. According to a death report obtained from the county clerk's office, Betty Turner died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. The report said she committed suicide in Escondido in 1983 when she was 28
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    Yes... let's blame the victim... it's always the victim's fault... after all, he's "gental and kind"...

    Quote from last article in 1st post:
    "Defense attorney Thomas Warwick described Keith Turner as a gentle and kind man who was involved in church. Warwick alleged that Toby Turner had drug and mental health issues and a violent streak.


    "The deceased in this particular matter had a long, psychiatric history. We have witnesses who had seen her trying to kill and strangle her son. We have witnesses that she has threatened to destroy the house by burning it down," Warwick said."

    “Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sr.

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    http://www.10news.com/news/14556037/...311152007&ts=H

    Ramona Man Pleads Not Guilty In Wife's Slaying

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliKid View Post
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    Ramona Man Pleads Not Guilty In Wife's Slaying
    Wow, they lubed the gears of Justice for this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taximom View Post
    I haven't read the article yet, but I'm hoping the last name isn't Peterson!
    OMG, thanks for my laugh of the day, Taximom.
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    I'm not understanding.....

    He buried her in the back yard.....and the investigators missed that the first go 'round???? Didn't they LOOK in the backyard, for heaven's sake???? Wouldn't a freshly dug grave be very easy to spot? I feel sure that investigators would have been back to their house multiple times after her disappearance. What am I missing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjop View Post
    He buried her in the back yard.....and the investigators missed that the first go 'round???? Didn't they LOOK in the backyard, for heaven's sake???? Wouldn't a freshly dug grave be very easy to spot? I feel sure that investigators would have been back to their house multiple times after her disappearance. What am I missing?
    He claimed she had psychiatric issues and was violent, so when she disappeared everyone thought she'd walked away from the family.

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    Thanks for the reply.

    I sure hope if I ever turn up missing they look for me a little harder than that. I mean.....Yikes!!!! They must not have even done a walk- through of the place or anything!

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    How old is the son who witnessed his stepfather kill his mother? If he is an adult, you would have thought he would do something to stop it. Talk about having no balls. Maybe he harbored some hatred towards her since she attempted to strangle him. If he couldn't understand her psychiatric problems, then he just allows his stepfather to kill his mother? That's odd. I'm guessing he is an adult also.

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    Look to the right for the video links on this page:


    http://www.10news.com/news/14556037/...311152007&ts=H

    Video: Death Of Ramona Man's First Wife To Be Examined

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