AM creating his own narrative again? moo
AM claims that he was able to speak with GS before being taken away in the ambulance - AM asked what happened, he tried to assess her mental capability at the time, did she know where she was, did she know what was going on … that type of thing. Asked if she knew me (AM), Maggie, Paul? Did she know Ronnie, did she know where she was?
Interviewer: asked AM how she was responding to the questions.
AM: she knew these things. Obviously not functioning in full capacity though, but she knew those things.
AM said he followed ambulance to the hospital.
This article reads that MM and PM were both present at Moselle when GS allegedly tripped and fell backward onto the brick stairs in front of the main house the morning of 02/02/2018. No mention of AM being at the scene.
Next courtroom drama is already in the works ...
It all began when Maggie Murdaugh called 9-1-1 at approximately 9:24 a.m. EST on the morning of Friday, February 2, 2018.
“My housekeeper has fallen and her head is bleeding,” Murdaugh told a Colleton County dispatcher. “I cannot get her up.”
“She fell going up the steps – the brick steps,” Murdaugh added, telling the dispatcher Satterfield was “on the ground.”
“Is she bleeding from anywhere?” the dispatcher asked.
“Yes, her head,” Murdaugh responded.
“Okay, are you guys able to control the bleeding?” the dispatcher asked.
“No,” Murdaugh replied. “I haven’t even tried.”
As the dispatcher continued posing questions pertaining to Satterfield’s condition, Maggie Murdaugh sounded as though she were becoming annoyed. Eventually, she handed the phone to her younger son.
“She’s cracked her head and there’s blood on the concrete and she’s bleeding out of her left ear … and out of her head,” Paul Murdaugh told the dispatcher. “She’s cracked her skull.”
Paul Murdaugh proceeded to correct the dispatcher after she recounted Maggie Murdaugh’s account that Satterfield had “tried to stand up and (fallen) down again.”
“No, I was holding her up and she told me to turn her loose and she was trying to use her arm but then she fell back over,” Murdaugh said.
Both Murdaughs told the dispatcher Satterfield was “mumbling” and incoherent.
Asked whether Satterfield had ever suffered a stroke before, Paul Murdaugh became irritated with the dispatcher.
“Ma’am can you stop asking me all these questions?” he said.
Here is the 9-1-1 call in its entirety as obtained by FITSNews in November of 2021 …
As you can hear on the call, neither Paul nor Maggie Murdaugh made any reference to Satterfield’s fall being caused by dogs. Also, unlike Alex Murdaugh’s notorious 9-1-1 call following the double homicide, no dogs can be heard barking or whimpering in the background.
Who advanced the theory that Satterfield was tripped by the dogs? Alex Murdaugh …