Doris Worrell Murder Case

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SammieSue

Ford City, PA

#1 Nov 11, 2011
I can't seem to find the above on topix. Maybe I am just stupid, but I think it has disappeared. Please help.
pug nose

Frostproof, FL

#2 Nov 11, 2011
Search- investigation continues.
LST

Kathleen, GA

#3 Nov 13, 2011
Just noticed the topic about Doris' murder disappeared.
graced

Little Rock, AR

#4 Nov 13, 2011
We can keep it going until justice is served. Dont forget Doris!
graced

Little Rock, AR

#5 Nov 13, 2011
Further proof of guilt- it'll haunt him the rest of his life.
very blessed

Moultrie, GA

#6 Nov 13, 2011
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/costa-rica/T...
This is topix of Worrell Murder in Costa Rica.The old one in Costa Rica has been deleted also BUT new on started in Costa Rica.
LST

Kathleen, GA

#7 Nov 13, 2011
Perhaps this is the time to get the book published with just the facts- now that the story has been deleted. ;)
WantU2No

Ford City, PA

#8 Nov 13, 2011
very blessed wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/wor ld/costa-rica/THSLPVV7S4U7NGTG 1
This is topix of Worrell Murder in Costa Rica.The old one in Costa Rica has been deleted also BUT new on started in Costa Rica.
Great! I am tickled about the new topix in Costa Rica. Thanks! Please don't forget to read "Perfect Georgia Murder?" and let us know what you think.
WantU2No

Ford City, PA

#9 Nov 13, 2011
LST wrote:
Perhaps this is the time to get the book published with just the facts- now that the story has been deleted. ;)
Wonderful idea!! We are waiting!!
Just Sayin

Micanopy, FL

#10 Nov 23, 2011
LST.......Perhaps this is the time to get the book published with just the facts- now that the story has been deleted. ;)

I AGREE WITH YOU.....WHEN WILL THE BOOK BE AVAILABLE?
Go4it

Houston, TX

#11 Nov 24, 2011
A book is a wonderful idea.
SusieQ

Fitzgerald, GA

#12 Nov 24, 2011
Maybe now that one of the men arrested the first time has been arrested for something else,they can get him to talk.Saw inWed. paper where one had been arrested for car thief and guns, now maybe they have him by the B****. Oh he was arrested for ATCO.

“I don't believe it”

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#13 Nov 24, 2011
LST...Time to publish that book!
very blessed

Tama, IA

#14 Nov 25, 2011
Perfect Georgia Murder is now on http://www.topix.com/forum/world/costa-rica/T ...
justice

Gainesville, GA

#15 Nov 25, 2011
YAY!! I TOO AM HOPING THE ONE THAT WAS INVOLVED IN DORIS CONSPIRICY WILL TALK..NO ONE WANTS TO BE CONFINED ON THE HOLIDAYS..PLEA BARGAIN MAYBE?? GOD GIVES US THE DESIRES OF OUR HEARTS,WE JUDT HAVE TO LEARN ITS ON HIS TIME NOT OURS..AND JUSTICE MAY JUST BE AROUND THE CORNER!! LST..YOUR BOOK WILL BE AMAZING AND TRUTHFUL..GOD IS HEARING OUR PRAYERS...LETS KEEP THEM ROLLING...I DIDNT KNOW THE THREAD WWITH THOUSANDS OF INPUTS DISAPPEARED! I DONT DO TOPIX MUCH...MAYBE THEY BETTER LOOK INTO THE GUNS AND SEE IF ONE OF THEM WAS THE SAME KIND OF GUN THAT WAS USED TO KILL A WONDERFUL LADY...MAYBE THE OTHERS WITH HIM ARE THE POSSE RESPONSIBLE FOR IT?? TIME WILL TELL..
HOW DO I GET TO THE COSTA RICA THREAD I WAS UNAWARE A NEW ONE WAS STARTED...THANKS AND LETS KEEP PRAYING!!
very blessed

Tama, IA

#16 Nov 25, 2011
WantU2No

Fitzgerald, GA

#17 Nov 25, 2011
very blessed, Thank You So Very Much for that post on Topix in Costa Rica. I hope everyone reads it and it makes them stop and think.
WantU2No

Fitzgerald, GA

#18 Nov 25, 2011
To everyone reading "Perfect Georgia Murder?", please let us know about your thoughts on this!
very blessed

Tama, IA

#19 Nov 25, 2011
Perfect Georgia Murder

by Le Ann S. Tuggle

Could it be that my sister's death was the result of the perfect South Georgia murder on a perfect September day? This is a story of a murder, an illegal alien as a witness, and a husband who accused the law enforcement of being "crooked" before moving to Costa Rica.

Doris Spillers Worrell, a native of Fort Valley, GA and a graduate of both Middle Georgia College and the University of Georgia, was murdered at her husband's place of business in Douglas, GA, on September 20, 2006. The only known witness was a teenaged girl who was staying with my sister and her husband at the time of her death.

Doris and her husband, Jon Worrell, took in a young girl who was "abandoned" by her aunt at the approximate age of fifteen. They agreed to let her stay with them so she could finish high school. Shortly after they agreed to let her stay with them, my sister found out that the girl was an illegal immigrant who had been brought into the US by her aunt at age five. She was not supposed to be in our country, but because of her age, she was not immediately deported.

The young girl graduated from high school but did not leave my sister's house. As time went on, my sister begged me to help her get the girl her green card so she could get her out of her house. The girl had begun to put a strain on my sister's marriage. She wanted the girl to get out of her house so she could restore her marriage and raise her three young children.
I received a call from a member of my brother-in-law's family at 1:07 p.m. the afternoon my sister was shot and killed. I was told that she apparently had been shot by members of a Hispanic gang. Since Paola was at the scene of the murder, I asked her if she could provide any clues to who did this. She told me what she had observed and heard.
Two days after my sister's murder, I was approached by one of my sister's best friends in Douglas. She asked me to tell the truth about my sister's strained marriage if I was questioned by the GBI. Of course, I was going to tell the truth and help in any way I could. I wanted nothing less than my sister's murder to be resolved.

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very blessed

Tama, IA

#20 Nov 25, 2011
Things rocked along as well as possible as we went through the motions of shock and grief during the first few days of Doris' death. The week after Doris' death, the girl had a scheduled appointment with U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to see about her immigration status. I asked my brother-in-law and the girl if they would like for me to try to reschedule the appointment since my sister had just been murdered. They explained that it was difficult to get appointments with ICE, and they would keep the appointment. I agreed to keep my nieces and nephew while they went to the appointment in Atlanta. When I awakened in the wee hours of the morning to see them off, I noticed the girl taking my sister's driver's license from her wallet and questioned why she was taking the license since my sister was dead. The girl said, "They don't know that." At that point, I decided if she didn't realize that ICE had probably already been informed of the death, that I didn't need to point that out.

ICE denied the girl's request to remain in the U.S, but she wasn't immediately deported because she had the right to an appeals process.

From day one, I was eager for information from the authorities, and I continued to ask my brother-in-law if he had heard from the GBI. I assumed since his wife was killed in his hometown at his place of business that he and his father would stay on top of the investigation. I continued to question why he wasn't hounding the authorities daily, but I am sometimes very impatient and thought he was so grief-stricken that he couldn't function. A few weeks after Doris' death, I asked my brother-in-law if he had heard anything from the GBI. He told me that I shouldn't trust the GBI because they were crooked. He told me that he was afraid the same thing would happen to his oldest daughter. I was devastated. I had already lost my sister and didn't want to risk putting her children's lives in danger.

I started calling the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) to check with them on a routine basis, thinking that if my brother-in-law wasn't able to ask them about the investigation, that I would.
My family and I maintained a relationship with my brother-in-law and his children until May 2007. I would often go to Douglas and spent the night and visit with the children. On my visits, I had a hard time accepting the fact that Jon, the teenage girl, and the three children continued to sleep on mattresses at the foot of the bed in the master bedroom. I couldn't understand why this kind of behavior was going on.
At the beginning of May 2007, ICE picked up the girl because of her citizenship issues. The night she was picked up, my brother-in-law's sister called me. She said the authorities were questioning the girl about Jon's part in Doris' death.
From that point on, we have not had a good relationship with the husband's family. We have not seen the children, and have spoken to them or had email contact with them on an extremely limited basis. I tried sending small gifts to the children in the mail, but when a box of school supplies was returned to me, it broke my heart.
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