Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by tlcya, Sep 5, 2016.
Some rather interesting comments here Eyewitness News WEHT WTVW
I'm watching the conference now Watch Live: Hatfield Law holding press conference with Cara Beckerle
She's suing Terrence Roach and SNG Properties, LLC (the owner of the property where her body was found) for wrongful death. Yep, just looking for a payout so she can buy some more drugs I guess. Disgusting.
Old article about who owns the property: City demolishes vacant house where Aleah Beckerle was found
I doubt Terrence Roach has any money and this crappy LLC will probably declare bankruptcy to avoid paying anything. They own some crappy houses that they rent out and that's it, it's not like they own 100 houses in Evansville and are rolling in the dough.
This whole lawsuit is stupid, IMO, and I can't believe she found a law firm to actually take it on.
I was busy and unable to watch but yeah, sure enough, looking for a way to profit off Aleah's death just like she profited off her being missing. This isn't about justice, this is about drugs and greed. Disgusting.
A local news station had to remove a post on their Facebook page because people were saying negative things (unfounded allegations) about Aleah's mom.
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Terrence Roach to appeal convictions in Aleah Beckerle case
I was checking to see if there had been any progress on the lawsuit that Aleah's mother filed and found something interesting - the case supplemental report from Aleah's disappearance! It's 10 pages long and very enlightening!
Go to the case summary page for the lawsuit: Case Search - MyCase
If the link doesn't work, it's case number 82C01-1807-CT-003888
Click on the words Answer Filed next to the date 8/23/2018 and 2 PDFs show up. The one titled
Roach Exhibit A.pdf is the case supplemental report.
There are lots of very interesting things in the report. For example, there were latex gloves found in the alley near the trash cans. It is stated that they likely belonged to the nurse who was there helping after mom's surgery.
Also, there were no footprints, no signs of any disturbance the window, no indications that anyone had been in the shrubs next to the house, both windows in Aleah's room were closed AND locked.
Another thing that is very interesting is that there were clothes in their washer and in the dryer. Who washes clothes after their child goes missing? I guess it's possible they fell asleep with clothes in the washer (that's not uncommon)...
There's a lot more, I definitely recommend giving it a read.
Thank you for the heads-up, jessarox. Your link took me right to the “Case Summary” page. From there, it was very easy to find the document that you are talking about.
I don’t have the time to read it right now, but I certainly will as soon I can. Reading the things you mentioned alone, though, I can’t help but wonder what the heck the investigators and the prosecutor were thinking.
I’m glad that Terrence is appealing the convictions; I hope that there will be evidence presented over the course of the process that will bring (what I believe to be) the truth to light.
This is probably wishful thinking on my part, but who knows, as Cara’s civil suit against him and the property owner proceeds, things may come out that will help Terrence in the appeal process as well.