created by: kennett | Feb 28, 2008

Kennett, MO

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Should LeeAnn Garrison murder be reopened

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#110
Dec 17, 2008
 
Guest101 wrote:
BTW... I Thank whom ever started this thread back !
Every murder should be fortunate to be solved if there is any info, hope, etc. Someone should carry the torch the dead can not carry.
Again.... THANK YOU !
amen.
Buba la

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#111
Dec 18, 2008
 
There are many,
Leanne G
Gina Mc F
Teresa B, thats an intersting one
George Conder
Mark Lack
just a few...were they all under the same Chief of Police, and Sheriff?

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Nashville, TN

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#112
Dec 18, 2008
 
Guest101 wrote:
Hey LL I see there has been a new thread opened this year. Do you still have the info I sent you last year before they tore our old thread down ?
Do you still have my email ? I haven't heard from you in quiet some time, Hope all is well with you.
Holler at me :)!
GD.. good to see you have been back as well.
WYW.. I still have that info if you still want it.
sure. email is wishyouwell9874@gmail.com

Since: Dec 07

Nashville, TN

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#113
Dec 18, 2008
 

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Here is an one account of what happened to Lee Ann Garrison

...there was evidence at trial that Lee Ann did put up a quite a struggle, or at least attempted to defend herself to some degree........This woman at the hands of her killer(s) suffered a far more grotesque end than most can imagine. She was beaten so severely that her lips were swollen several times their normal size, the corners report from my understanding stated that she was beaten so badly that no one ever realized she had been shot until the autopsy was well underway. Her torso showed stab wounds with twisting inflictions to the tissue, muscles and organs. Her once beautiful face unrecognizable from the blows and slashes it received. Her beautiful long blonde hair completely saturate in blood with the exception of the wads and strands that were found randomly about the crime scene. This young mother was beaten so savagely that her young teenaged daughter who had found her lifeless mother's body after returning from a sleep over at a friend's house, was barley able to identify her. Although there was no DNA testing to gather evidence at the time and due to the body being so severely mutilated, there was evidence of severe vaginal trauma, indication the young mother had been violate by an object during her time of torture.
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#114
Dec 23, 2008
 
Call it as seen wrote:
<quoted text>why dont you just worry about the "murder" in your own family and stop trying to cause problems in this forum?
You are not here for anything else except to cause more pain to the families involved in this subject of this thread.
Do not you have the least bit of respect for ANYONE, even on a holiday?
You are one sick person.
First amendment; enough said, smarty. I suppose if you had a murdered relative, you would just dismiss it as "that is the way the ball bounces" or something with equal apathy.
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#115
Dec 23, 2008
 
Call it as seen wrote:
<quoted text>why dont you just worry about the "murder" in your own family and stop trying to cause problems in this forum?
You are not here for anything else except to cause more pain to the families involved in this subject of this thread.
Do not you have the least bit of respect for ANYONE, even on a holiday?
You are one sick person.
Are you a mindreader or just xxxxx?
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#116
Dec 28, 2008
 
WishYouWell wrote:
Here is an one account of what happened to Lee Ann Garrison
...there was evidence at trial that Lee Ann did put up a quite a struggle, or at least attempted to defend herself to some degree........This woman at the hands of her killer(s) suffered a far more grotesque end than most can imagine. She was beaten so severely that her lips were swollen several times their normal size, the corners report from my understanding stated that she was beaten so badly that no one ever realized she had been shot until the autopsy was well underway. Her torso showed stab wounds with twisting inflictions to the tissue, muscles and organs. Her once beautiful face unrecognizable from the blows and slashes it received. Her beautiful long blonde hair completely saturate in blood with the exception of the wads and strands that were found randomly about the crime scene. This young mother was beaten so savagely that her young teenaged daughter who had found her lifeless mother's body after returning from a sleep over at a friend's house, was barley able to identify her. Although there was no DNA testing to gather evidence at the time and due to the body being so severely mutilated, there was evidence of severe vaginal trauma, indication the young mother had been violate by an object during her time of torture.
Another unsolved murder; a murderer or murderers walked free after committing this horrific crime.
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#117
Dec 29, 2008
 
Why is the book "The Sin" so hard to come by? I've been reading your posts and I found out about the book and I've been "trying" to come by a copy of it but I've had no luck..... Called the Kennett Lib and they said they can't keep a copy of it, because it always disappears. I just found it interesting you can't find the book anywhere

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#118
Dec 29, 2008
 
Book Question wrote:
Why is the book "The Sin" so hard to come by? I've been reading your posts and I found out about the book and I've been "trying" to come by a copy of it but I've had no luck..... Called the Kennett Lib and they said they can't keep a copy of it, because it always disappears. I just found it interesting you can't find the book anywhere
That book is not a factual account of this case and has led to some erroneous beliefs about what happened. It really is not worth the read.
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#119
Dec 30, 2008
 
Really? I'm still very interested in reading it....From the way I see it here there is no factual account of the case anyways, considering the killer is still running free...

They open up cold cases all the time and solve them, I hope for closure this will happen someday..

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#120
Dec 30, 2008
 
Book Question wrote:
Really? I'm still very interested in reading it....From the way I see it here there is no factual account of the case anyways, considering the killer is still running free...
They open up cold cases all the time and solve them, I hope for closure this will happen someday..
Just done a quick search the book is suppose to be available here..http://www.alibris.com/b ooksearch?cm_sp=narrow*middle* go sometimes it can be bought on ebay also..but don't expect much because it is fiction and not well written in my opinion..there is another book written by Charles Wilson, I believe is his name and it is better written..I saw it mentioned here and ordered my copy from Amazon..good luck in finding your book..lol I use to keep all my books should have known if I ever got rid of one, it would be the one worth something some day..
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#121
Dec 30, 2008
 
Thanks.... What was the name of the Charles Wilson book, do you remember?

I found a couple of copies of The Sin and it's rather pricey 50-60 bucks...
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#122
Dec 30, 2008
 
Book Question wrote:
Why is the book "The Sin" so hard to come by? I've been reading your posts and I found out about the book and I've been "trying" to come by a copy of it but I've had no luck..... Called the Kennett Lib and they said they can't keep a copy of it, because it always disappears. I just found it interesting you can't find the book anywhere
we have it in our Library in Kennett
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#123
Dec 30, 2008
 
Just because the Kennett Library says they have it does not mean that they do. I have came across this many, many times. They have no idea what is in that Library and it is also never in order where you can actually find a book you are looking for.
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#124
Dec 30, 2008
 
Was the Charles Wilson Book ..... Nightwatcher??
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#125
Dec 30, 2008
 
No, No, No, it is over.

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#126
Dec 30, 2008
 
Book Question wrote:
Was the Charles Wilson Book ..... Nightwatcher??
Yes, that is the name.
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#127
Dec 30, 2008
 

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if thay reopen the case many things can go wrong.. if thay open it and revile dirty laundy about the person that was murdered it might cause all kinds of problems. to much hell could be started people could find out about some bad thigns that thay dont wanna know about let the person RIP.... i do not know the person who was murded or the people who thay think does it. i am not form this area have only been here a short time but in the city thay reopened some cases and learned some things that the family did not need to know and stuff. ya know people learn to get over things and stuff. let the past be the past and stuff. and now if thay do find the persons who does this its not like there is much that can be done about it being it happened so long ago ya know there is a statute of limitations and sutff old cases like this one and others i have seen make it harder to prosicute people. because evidentse and stuff can be missin and or just gone. and cops and people refuse to testify agine and some have probably passed away or moved away and stuff
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#128
Dec 30, 2008
 
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Was the Charles Wilson Book ..... Nightwatcher??

Wasn't Charles Wilson, Lee Ann Garrison's brother?
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#129
Dec 30, 2008
 
Yes,

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