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Snipped from http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2009/10/morris_authorities_investigate.html
Chatham County Mourns Priest
Snipped from http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2009/10/chatham_mourns_priest_slain_in.html
Much more at link about the type of person Edward was. So sad
:rose: Rest in peace Edward.
An arrest has been made: Morris County prosecutor says church janitor Jose Feliciano killed the Rev. Ed Hinds (hyndz) on Thursday afternoon after the pair argued.
Feliciano, who also faces weapons charges, had worked at the church for 17 years. He was arrested Saturday.
Bianchi said investigators found the priest's cell phone, bloody clothing and a bloody towel at Feliciano's Easton, Pa., home.
Bianchi said Feliciano was one of two people who said they found the body, and drew the suspicion of investigators when he made a halfhearted attempt at CPR on Hinds
He had the victim's cell phone and clothes with a bloody towel IN HIS HOME??????? geez
The victim, Hinds called 911 from his cell phone at 5:11 p.m. Thursday, saying he was being attacked and asking for help, Bianchi said.
The call was cut off and the 911 operator called back, Bianchi said. He said Feliciano answered and said "everything's fine."
The operator couldn't send authorities because the calls were made from a cell phone and could not be traced, Bianchi said.
Feliciano "made a half-hearted attempt to do CPR in front of police. They said it was bizarre. He made about two or three compressions and said something like, 'he's dead,'" Bianchi told CNN.
......that Hinds' cell phone had been used in Easton, Pennsylvania, about 40 miles west of Chatham. Further investigation led them to a garbage can in a park there, where a T-shirt and rags "saturated with what appeared to be blood" were found, the affidavit said.
The garbage can was about 50 yards from Feliciano's home
I have a feeling there may be more to this than meets the eye. Just IMO. I definitely could be wrong.
From April 2012:
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