Discussion in 'Sheri, Garrett and Gavin Coleman' started by Kimster, Jun 17, 2009.
This is a poll regarding the Chris Coleman case from Columbia, Illinois.
What do you think?
Guilty, I wish he wasn't, there's no satisfaction in saying it.
Guilty. May he never again be free.
Guilty, times 3...
Guilty and I take absolutely no pleasure in my vote.
Great job posting this up, Kimster!!!
Maybe I should have put the guilty choice in the middle and given CC a better chance.
Kimster, you did just fine.
Guilty... Doesn't matter what a defense team may end up with, it is clear, no reasonable doubt.
Sadly, beyond sadly, CC had a beautiful God loving wife, and two magnificent children, along with a job that others would love to have making 100K a year -- and this just wasn't enough for him.
Sadly, beyond sadly, CC had a slew of loving people who surrounded him, but he chose the way of darkness.
G tothe U tothe ilty!
I say he's guilty x's 3.
No reasonable doubt. Guilty.
Guilty God have mercy on his soul.
Guilty. When I saw this on the morning news the day of the murders, I thought "how awful". By the time the noon news rolled around I thought "My God, this man just killed his family!" I have not seen anything since that would make me change my mind. Quite the contrary in fact.
I had to vote guilty... However, I'd prefer it if he was framed and just has a really cold, detached family, and he is simply in shock. I'd love to see a post outlining the evidence for him being framed. The only thing I can come up with is that all the evidence is just *too* obvious in pointing toward CC.
Here is a post with a number of the "guilty" type facts.
When the "innocent" and/or "framed" facts post comes up, we'll let you know -- but it hasn't happened yet. No facts whatsoever leading in either of those directions.
Wrinkles, thank you. I saw your fantastic post with the evidence pointing toward his guilt.
When I saw this poll title, I thought, 'Wow, didn't know this was a question any more. Must be lots of complications going on since I last looked at this forum.' Then I saw the results of the poll so far were 100% guilty. I don't know -- somehow it just struck me as funny.
(Not saying anything about any posters who don't believe he's guilty. I know you just haven't voted yet.)
Guilty, Guilty, Guilty
Guilty - 3 counts of first degree murder!
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