KS - Patricia Kimmi, 58, Horton, 6 Nov 2009 - #7, New Arrest 3/12/13

Discussion in 'Patricia Kimmi' started by lynejo, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. Fairy1

    Fairy1 VOTE!!!

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    Great to "see" you Nursee! We have missed you. Let's hope you're back just in time to see well-deserved and long-awaited justice for Pat and her loving family.
     


  2. Fairy1

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    Another Friday with no news. :(

    Bumping for Pat!!!
     
  3. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    Kimmi Inquisitions Continue in Atchison County (Hiawatha World)
    9/22/2011 11:41:00 AM
    a bit more at link above
     
  4. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    bumping up :)
     
  5. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    Wrongful Death Suit Filed in Pat Kimmi Murder (stjoechannel.com)

    a bit more at link
     
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    AmandaReckonwith Defective Detective

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  7. Fairy1

    Fairy1 VOTE!!!

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    Great news!!! I hope this suit will finally reveal the remaining worms responsible for taking Pat away from her loving family.

    GO KIMMI KIDS!!!!
     
  8. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    whoot whoot!!!!! God speed to the Kimmi's!
     
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    Blondie in Spokane Well-Known Member

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    From Mindonmom's link above.....

    "Kimmi was sentenced to shock treatment for a third felony DWI charge earlier this year."

    I didn't know that shock treatment could be ordered for a DWI....interesting. (And it couldn't happen to a more deserving felon.)
     
  11. Fairy1

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    Me neither. But ya know, I do believe there is a much bigger shock in store for EK!
     
  12. Blondie in Spokane

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    Again, from Mindonmom's link above.....

    "Kimmi faces nine months in jail if found guility of the DWI charge. Kimmi will be sentenced October 2nd."

    Has anyone heard if EK's sentencing date was pushed back?
     
  13. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    Here we go:

    Kimmi to Serve Jail Time for Probation Violation
    10/4/2011 10:19:00 AM
    lengthy article at Hiawatha World link above
     
  14. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    well this is good news!
     
  15. wfgodot

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    Yeppers. From being in bars to being behind bars - the path of EK. Hope it turns into a permanent thing.
     
  16. wfgodot

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    Well-deserved!

    Kuckelman Prosecutor of the Year
    Hiawatha World

    http://www.hiawathaworldonline.com/main.asp?SectionID=4&SubSectionID=21&ArticleID=6536
     
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    Between computer problems and many things happening in my life, I've not had a chance to keep current on Pat's case. I'm so glad to read of the recent activity although nothing has been solved as of yet.
    :great:Knowing that EK is spending more jail time makes me pretty happy too. I'm in agreement with a few others that I'd not heard of shock treatment as a sentence for EK's alcohol problems!
    I admire the Kimmi kids for their patience and strength through out this whole ordeal. Wishing them good luck on the lawsuit. Anything additional that can be done to punish the cowards that took Pat's life is well deserved.
     
  18. nursebeeme

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    prayers to the kimmi family.. I know this is a hard time of the year for them.... you are all in my thoughts
     
  19. cleo612

    cleo612 My reason for waking up each day!

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    Shock treatment is not what we normally think of in this case. Most people perceive "shick treatment" as electrical shock treatment. In Missouri legal speak, shock treatment is related to the punishment and is usually a severe immersion in the state prison system--not just county lockup--for several months.

    A distant acquaintance of one of my mother's co-worker's was arrested for a first offense of having written a check to himself from an organization for which he was treasurer. A week later he repaid the money. However, when one of the other board members found out about it, she had him arrested. While he had authorization to sign checks, he did not have permission to "give himself a loan."

    Long story short, he was given shock treatment. Mind you, this was his first offense, he was a former sheriff's deputy, was a pillar of the community. He ended up spending 10 months in state prison in solitary confinement (that was for his own protection due to having been law enforcement) and, if I remember what Mom told me correctly, he got a huge fine and a 10 year long probation when he was released.

    The theory behind shock treatment is that a strict prison sentence will scare the dickens out of a first time offender and they will not repeat their errors. Most people who are first time offenders, if they are given jail time for a crime such as DUI, would serve a short time in county lockup--not get sent to the "big house." The shock treatment means that they are getting "shocked" by being sent to prison. County lockup is a cakewalk compared to prison.

    My thoughts are rambling now, but I hope that explains what the shock treatment means here.

    My sense is that EK doesn't like rules, doesn't think rules apply to him, and will continue to break the rules because he thinks he can. I doubt that this latest 60 day sentence is going to do much to keep him off the bottle when he hits the streets again.

    He thinks he is invincible.

    Soon, he will find out that he is also delusional.

    If the courts can't take care of him for some unthinkable reason, then God surely will.
     
  20. jeansrme

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    Thanks Cleo. I was definitely thinking "electrical shock" and didn't know what good that would do.

    And, I think you are totally correct in your remarks about EK thinking that rules don't apply to him, that he is invincible and delusional!

    Thoughts and prayers continue to go out to the Kimmi family.
     

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