Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by reportertype, Aug 20, 2012.
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Merry Christmas Gabbiee..
:bump: For Gabbiee. You're not forgotten beautiful girl.
Still thinking of Gabbiee and her mom!
Seems there is still "a candle burning" in Gabbiee's home area to help her come home -- I'm glad. I sure hope it helps.
read more at: http://northeastcolumbia.patch.com/articles/fundraiser-tuesday-for-gabbiee-swainson-search
so Frustrated for this mother. I wish that piece of work would just tell her already - tell her where Gabbiee is.
Jury Picked for Trial of Freddie Grant
1:47 PM, Jan 10, 2013
Columbia, SC (WLTX) - A federal jury has been selected in the ammunition trial of a man also suspected of kidnapping a Columbia teenager.
Prosecutors and the defense Thursday settled on the men and women who will decide the fate of 52-year-old Freddie Grant.
Posted: Jan 14, 2013 1:42 PM EST
Updated: Jan 14, 2013 1:52 PM EST
By WIS Staff
Published: January 15, 2013 Updated 43 minutes ago
"However, Grant’s 27-year-old daughter said she had left the ammunition at her father’s house when she dropped off belongings as she moved around during college and early in her working career."
Who takes ammunition to college? or is that why she left it at dad's - checklist for college - oh, my ammo, I must leave at my dad's who is not supposed to have ammo, hmmm?
Can't wait to hear the jury's verdict.
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013
By NOELLE PHILLIPS By NOELLE PHILLIPS
Now, the more important question, Freddie - where is Gabbiee???
read more at: http://www.wltx.com/news/article/216786/2/Swainsons-Father-I-Dont-Think-Shes-Alive
I pray that, somehow, Mr. Thompson is wrong.
read more at: http://www.abccolumbia.com/news/local/Grant-Found-Guilty-Swainsons-Father-Speaks-187032021.html
Since Freddie Grant can be sentenced up to life in prison for the weapon conviction (according to the article), I hope he gets the maximum. I don't expect him to ever divulge Gabbie's location and LE may never find her without his help. Given his previous convictions, he never should have been out of prison anyway. :banghead: JMO, MOO.
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My thoughts exactly! If someone gets a long sentence for another crime, it does make me feel a bit better. I know the family wants that justice for their loved one and I totally understand but knowing he will spend maximum time (if it happens in this case) is another sort of justice too!
Posted: 01/17/2013 11:49 am EST
Don't think this has been posted -- please pardon the repeat, if it has. (Seems more about a benefit concert than a CD release, actually.):
read more at: http://www.wtoc.com/story/20619144/...release-to-keep-missing-teen-on-peoples-minds