Friday, April 23, 2010

An Open Letter to the Little Three: House, Arnt and Gregor

In writing this open letter to you, I hope you understand that I have written other open letters and if you see the events which followed, you might agree that I gave really good advice. For example, you might want to read this open letter I wrote to Mike Nifong shortly after the infamous December 15, 2006, hearing in which it became abundantly clear he had been hiding evidence and lying to a judge.

True, in this situation, Judge Brian House is part of the whole package of dishonesty, which makes thing even more complicated, but as much as I despise all three of you for making a mockery of justice, I am going to give you good advice. Yes, it is unsolicited advice, but it still is the best path for all three of you if you wish to save your careers.

"Save our careers?" you ask mockingly. Yes, save your careers. Let me explain.

In the fall of 2006, Mike Nifong was invulnerable, or so he thought. He won the general election in November, the courts were doing his bidding, and the New York Times was acting as his publicity agent. Many times I despaired as I saw him smirk in open court, roll his eyes when the defense attorneys were speaking, and generally behave as though he owned the world.

Ah, but Virgil Sollozzo in "The Godfather" believed he, too, was invulnerable because he had Captain McClusky as his bodyguard, but that did not save him. Likewise, the cocky Nifong strode into the December 15 hearing and limped away as the defense confronted him with exculpatory DNA results Nifong claimed did not exist. That was the last we saw of the cocky Nifong.

Six months later, he was in another hearing, facing a panel of the North Carolina State Bar, which pulled his law license and ended his legal career. I remember watching him weep at the end of the hearing, an utterly humiliated and pathetic creature. No one could have predicted such a scene seven months earlier.

I tell you this story because you three men are riding high. You own the courthouse. With House greasing the skids, you find that it is easy to introduce perjured testimony. Why, your witnesses are having sudden recalls of memory on the stand, and those memories just happen to match the stories you want to have told. Amazing! And it is so easy because you don't have a judge that is telling you that you are perpetrating a scam!

Why? Because House is in on this fraud. The only thing left to do is to fix a guilty verdict. Yes, you believe that if you can get a conviction, then all will be well.

I would like to differ with you on that. To the contrary, a "guilty" verdict will be the worst thing for you, and you don't want it under any circumstances. Oh, you tell yourself that it will be years before Tonya Craft wins an appeal -- if she wins it at all. You will be heroes, at least to Sandra Lamb and Sherry Wilson, as they seem to be running the show down there, anyway.

However, let me warn you that if there is a conviction, all three of you are going to face scrutiny like you never have before. While it is true that the national media has not covered this case, I can assure you that if you manage to get Ms. Craft thrown into prison, this conviction and its aftermath will find its way to the desks of some prominent journalists, and I can guarantee you that these reporters will not be deferential to you the way that local folk have to bow down to your wishes.

Do you think I am joking? A few days after the December 15 hearing, the Los Angeles Times was calling for Nifong to resign. The LA Times! More than 2,000 miles away! That meant Nifong's shenanigans had reached the Pacific Coast, and it also meant that Nifong was fair game for journalists who wanted a piece of him.

Right now, the three of you are running a dictatorship. You have managed to suppress evidence, keep key defense witnesses from testifying, and coach your own witnesses to lie under oath without any worry of sanctions. In other words, you have created your own reality, and it is fun watching decent people squirm as you strut your stuff.

However, all of that will change if the national media becomes convinced that Ms. Craft was railroaded by three men who ran roughshod over innocent people and the law. Furthermore, don't be fooled by Ms. Craft's tears when you had her own daughter testify untruthfully against her. She is a survivor, and she will become more determined if she is forced against her will into a prison, and she will harness that anger into an appeal that ultimately will expose your whole crooked operation.

You see, Ms. Craft would not be the only person you have railroaded on false charges. People whom you have mowed down are telling me their stories, and those stories will make some journalists very interested. There are a lot of innocent people whose lives you have ruined because, frankly, you enjoyed it. As you yourself said, Mr. Gregor, you "love" to be "the man."

I can assure you, however, that someone from the New York Times or Fox News will not be impressed by your "the Man" act. Judge Andrew Napolitano and others there already are aware of what you are doing, and they are waiting to see what the jury ultimately does. If it returns a "guilty" verdict, trust me when I tell you that you will be dealing with journalists who see you as a liar and a bully, and will treat you as such.

Furthermore, the journalists are going to find and expose a number of things. They will tell the world about the therapist in Atlanta whose office you raided (and took the Tonya Craft file), and your police state tactics won't look so good on the big screen. Unlike the local news, which cannot report the disparaging remarks House made about the defense counsel and Ms. Craft because they came before testimony began, national journalists won't be afraid of your suing them. The very words you said will be shown to the world, and I can assure you that Tim Deal won't look to tough to a reporter who is not afraid of him and who holds him in total contempt.

Do you believe that just because you can make sport of the defense lawyers in your court, Mr. House, that they are not going to remember what you did? These lawyers have connections, and it is not about the money for them. They see what you are doing, and they are talking to other attorneys, and there are going to be some people out there who are motivated enough to make serious legal trouble for you.

I am not kidding. Nifong openly insulted attorney Joe Cheshire, but it was Cheshire who turned that scoundrel into the state bar, and it was Cheshire who was sitting in that room when Nifong bawled like a baby as his career was given the boot. All three of you have crossed a line, and you know it, and a lot of other people know it, too.

Moreover, the media will start scrutinizing your other "molestation" cases that featured Deal and the same gaggle of charlatans posing as "forensic investigators" at the Children's Advocacy Centers in Fort Oglethorpe and Dalton. And as the truth comes out, drip by drip, your friends in high places are going to start running for cover, just as they did in North Carolina as Nifong's legal shenanigans were exposed.

Trust me when I tell you that the very people you believe will cover your tails are going to be the ones who throw you under the bus. Don't think that you save your careers by bullying others, because it won't work.

So, if you wish to avoid the scrutiny which ultimately will bring you down, I know of only one way for that to happen: lose this case. The best way is for House, after the state "rests," to direct the jury to return a "not guilty" verdict.

What? You think I am joking, don't you. Lose the case? After the three of you have worked so hard to make sure that the fix was in? Yes, that is what I am saying.

Yeah, you would win now, and you could claim that a jury convicted Ms. Craft, not you, but you also would know that had you and your witnesses been telling the truth, and had not House done everything in his power to keep Ms. Craft from mounting a proper defense, the jury would have no problem at all in voting for acquittal.

Don't kid yourselves. None of you ever have felt the scrutiny of the national media. Nifong believed they were eating out of his hand -- until he found that the press decided he might look better with that hand chopped off. It is not pleasant, and you and your families do not want to endure it.

So, if you win, you lose. To be frank, I want to see you lose, and still undergo the scrutiny, but if Ms. Craft is found not guilty, the national media won't even try to find Ringgold on the map.

I don't give you this advice because I like any of you. Indeed, I believe you to be loathsome characters who have perverted justice out of a sheer sense of enjoyment, which makes you pretty disgusting creatures. That any of you are permitted even to use the bathroom in a court of law is disgraceful, let alone that one of you actually wears the black robe of justice.

Nonetheless, while I hope your careers crash and burn, I am giving you the advice on how to save them. When I gave the rogue Nifong similar counsel, he rejected it and tried his best to steer his Titanic away from the iceberg.

Unknown to him, however, his ship already was doomed. Yours is not, but if you manage to contrive a conviction from that pack of lies you presented, then it only is a matter of time before you receive the Nifong treatment. It is not pleasant, but if it is given to you, I can assure you that you will have deserved all of it.

75 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, I hope those rogue nitwits read your open letter and get a clue as to how criminal they look to the rest of the world.

Denise C. said...

Wow is right!! I would be shaking in my loafers if it was me. The letter game me chills, glad I am not in those loafers.

Patricia said...

From your lips ...

A retired judge from the same Lookout Mountain district is also watching with disgust at this sham of a trial. He, unlike the current cast of characters, has true connections and powerful friends in high places. Few are talking (yet), but many are watching.

Dr. Anderson's advice is both chilling and true -- I fear it will not be taken, but God/fate finds mysterious ways of intervening.

liberranter said...

I truly hope and pray that Michael Nifong's fate was a REWARD compared to what these three amoral scumbags will suffer.

Anonymous said...

I did some research and found that Jerry and Kelli McDonald of Chickamauga, the parents of one of the alleged victims, filed for bankruptcy on January 28, 2008. I found this interesting; I wonder if they thought the allegations and trial might be a way to get them some money..?

Anonymous said...

Mr. Anderson Sir, God DOES INDEED ANSWER PRAYERS. You sir area major player in our efforts to save Tonya from losing even more of her life behind bars. Joel Henke is a lying snake in the grass has been watched from afar. Surely the three Stooges don't believe for minute Tonyas 'cronies' will forget her should this trial go awry! For everyone of us they 'put away' another shall take their place....kind of like shark teeth. :)

Dan said...

In this post, Dr. Anderson makes a prediction. The national media will grab and hold on to this case.

I (for one) believe him. Just watch. You can feel that pulse growing.

Cyril said...

Bill,

Funny, I'm up late here in your old house and reading your blog. After ten years counseling teens and ten years in the pastorate I can say two things: One Tonya doesn't act like any child molester I've come across, she's either a sociopath or innocent. Two, you never know exactly what the truth will be until it comes out. Not that we can't take a pretty good guess at this point. If the case looks this bad when the prosecution is presenting, what will it look like with the defense?

-Travis

William L. Anderson said...

Travis,

Great to hear from you! I still remember the great care you gave to The Lord of Fairoak Manor in his last years, and I still miss him.

A therapist in Atlanta interviewed one of the children and at the end concluded there had been no sex abuse. Her office was raided and the Craft files taken, and now House won't let her testify. Likewise the Eric Echols arrest is beyond suspect and in the category of what Nifong did to Moez Elmostafa, the cab driver who had Reade Seligmann as a passenger when Nifong was claiming he was engaged in an act of rape.

I say this because House is trying to make sure that a lot of strong witnesses for the defense never reach the stand. Her lead attorney also is a clinical psychologist, and he absolutely believes in her innocence.

Trust me when I say that there is no way she is a child molester. The prosecution has had to resort to creating vague timelines that don't give dates in order to keep witnesses who were at the sleepover in question from testifying that nothing happened. There were a number of children who were going to testify, but by taking the "ground zero" sleepover out of the mix by not having specific dates, they could disqualify all those witnesses.

Travis, I have no doubt at all in her innocence. None. If she were guilty, the prosecution would not have to resort to the tactics it has used, and it would not have its witnesses suddenly recall all sorts of things that they had not said in the original documentation.

Anyway, whenever we are in town, I always drive by the place and see what great things you and the Mrs. have done to it. That was a great house, and I still miss the gas stove (my gift to you) and that wonderful porch. Great to hear from you.

Anonymous said...

All I can say is Wow!!!! I so want Tonya to be found innocent, but I really want to see these people brought down too!!! Praying the national media picks up on this before we get to a verdict!!

Walter Abbott said...

"I would never have thought that such a storm would rise from Rome over one simple scrap of paper..." (Martin Luther)

http://www.pbs.org/empires/martinluther/about_driv.html

Luther was not only a revolutionary thinker, he would also benefit from a revolutionary technology: the newly invented machinery of printing. A single pamphlet would be carried from one town to another, where it would be duplicated in a further print run of thousands. Within three months, all Europe was awash with copies of Luther's 95 Theses.

Anonymous said...

House looks just like Conan O'Brien - it's uncanny. Perhaps Conan could portray him in a movie about this trial.

Denise C. said...

And get Jim Carrey to play Arnt. Carrey has already played a lying attorney so it wouldn't be a stretch.

Anonymous said...

Judge House, resign,resign NOW.Your partiallity is obvious and because of that, your days on the bench are numbered. Shame on you.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Mr. Anderson for these bold, wise & forthright statements. I pray everything you say here becomes reality. The sooner the better. I was a victim of the corruptive Catoosa system about 8 years ago. I had no place to turn and was bacically forced to plead no-contest to something I didn't do, which gave me a year's probation. I (like Tonya) turned myself in. I went thru about 2 yrs. of hell. There were many lies told about me. A P.I. in Ft. Oglethorpe said there was a 'cut-and-paste' job done on me. My life has moved forward, but I will never forget it. Although now I am less trusting of people and much wiser to the way the system works, or DOESN'T work. I will continue to use my voice (sometimes being all we have) to stand behind Tonya and fight for justice whenever I can.

Anonymous said...

Yes, Mr. Anderson, we have exculpatory evidence that Mr. Gregor kept from our jury too. I am getting it all together now. I am hurrying!!!! Angie Granger

Cathy said...

Thanks Mr. Anderson for an insightful look at what lies ahead for the "three stooges". If a guilty verdict is returned I hope this is their fate. I pray Tonya does not have to pay for the disgrace they have brought to the table with their dishonesty. May God have mercy on all the "victims" in this case.

Anonymous said...

Probably won't amount to much, but I used the "suggest a story" feature on cnn.com.

I directed them to review your blog.

I'm tired of being ashamed of my hometown.

Dan said...

Edward Humes, an author (9 books) who has a Pulitzer Prize for specialized reporting, provides this Resource for Journalists for investigating wrongful convictions.

There he lists 12 warning signs of injustice, where "the presence of several of these factors can help you decide if there is a story - and a possible wrongful conviction - to pursue."

I counted 7 of these signs in the Tonya Craft case. How many can you count?

Anonymous said...

Had an interesting conversation with a friend of mine who is a local life long catoosa attorney. He feels Tonya will be acquitted. However, his opinion of House surprised me. He feels that what House is doing is actually on purpose to help the defense in case she is convicted. He is giving the prosecutors all the rope they need to hang themselves so to speak. And that he is no friend of the prosecution. Interesting perspective.

Anonymous said...

We hope the jury returns a verdict of not guilty. You detail what will be done if there is a guilty verdict. What can be done by way of media attention if the jury hangs?

Cathy said...

That is an interesting perspective. I guess we are already seeing the "throwing under the bus" .... He sees the ship is sinking and NOW decides to send word via friends he is on the side of the defense. Whatever works and saves face. Throw em under the bus Mr. House!

Anonymous said...

Well that is interesting, but I find that hard to believe.

SinkingShip said...

Wow! I would hate to be "facebook" and "the man". Do you now trust "the house"? Is he really going to throw you under the proverbial "bus"? I guess that is a question you will have to answer for yourself until it happens, huh?

Don said...

I dont find it hard to believe, House didnt get in his position as "Your Honor" from being stupid. If he were a smart man, (as I am sure he is, look at the tactics so far) He will have an exit plan....and what better way to abandon a sinking ship and to execute than to "throw em under the bus?"

William L. Anderson said...

To the 10:33

You can contact me through email available on this blog, should you want to do it. Whether or not there is a conviction, I am going to do an investigation of prior cases. What I see -- that the media has missed -- is a pattern of charges and convictions against people who could not adequately defend themselves, and who found themselves against a stacked deck.

The media, which institutionally tends to be reactive, especially with child abuse/sexual abuse cases, really has not been connecting the dots. I'm starting to do that, and if there is a conviction, what will happen will be that people far more influential than I and who have more resources will start investigating these cases, and that spells bad news for the Three Stooges.

I know that these guys don't believe me, and right now they think of themselves as Masters of the Universe, but what they don't understand is that if they get certain people against them, their careers and lives as they know them are over. I have seen it happen so many times before, and I can name chapter and verse.

The best image is that of Mike Nifong and his wife crying like babies in June, 2007, as a state bar hearing came to a close. These are the same people who strutted about like King and Queen in Durham, and who were being lionized by the same media that later turned against them. I have seen what happens when people who don't cover their tracks come under scrutiny, and it is not a pleasant thing to watch, trust me.

William L. Anderson said...

While I understand the 10:59's point, and that very well could be the de facto result, my sources are telling me that he is taking all of his cues in the courtroom from Arnt and Gregor. Furthermore, when he had that conversation with the bailiff that got on tape is going to be huge if there is a conviction and appeal. The bailiff very well could have to be a witness against House, and if either of them lie about what is on that tape, they are in bigger trouble than you can imagine.

Don't forget that House had an ex parte conversation with Sandra Lamb two days before she was to testify, and that by itself is a huge judicial error. Certainly, the prosecutorial and judicial misconduct will be major grounds for appeal should there be a conviction.

It is my belief that House is trying to play both sides in that he is trying to engineer a conviction he knows to be unjust, but that his own actions and those of the prosecutors will be clear grounds for appeal. I would like to ask voters of Catoosa County and North Georgia these questions: Do you really want a judge that permits obviously-perjured testimony in his courtroom and takes his cues from prosecutors? Do you want a DA (Buzz) who has no control over his assistants?

kbp said...

My favorite comment:

Walter Abbott said...

"I would never have thought that such a storm would rise from Rome over one simple scrap of paper..." (Martin Luther)

Driven to Defiance

Luther was not only a revolutionary thinker, he would also benefit from a revolutionary technology: the newly invented machinery of printing. A single pamphlet would be carried from one town to another, where it would be duplicated in a further print run of thousands. Within three months, all Europe was awash with copies of Luther's 95 Theses.


I see Abb is thinking what I thought late last night, he just has a skill for the way he conveys it to us!!!

In Other Words...

Print the message given here on a one simple scrap of paper..." and pass it along where it should be. Unless you are a witness, that GAG ORDER does NOT apply to you and if the "three stooges" what to do anything about it, well, that will just be more for the press to write about. It is NOT illegal to pass out such, for if it was they'd have just arrested MLK and kept him locked away.

Cyril said...

We have a witness who is the stepmom of one of the alleged victims who was reported previously by TONYA to DFCS for possible inappropriate contact with her own stepdaughter. Now the stepmom is testifying against TONYA and revising her testimony as she goes. Her stepdaughter testified under oath that her stepmom told her that she "has lied for a lot of people." Sounds like a credible witness to me!

Anonymous said...

Bill to answer you question, No, I do not want these kind of people in our judicial system. Wake up people this kind of stuff has been going on for years and it could happen to you!!!

Denise C. said...

Mr. Anderson what do you believe is on that tape. That is the first I have heard about a recording between the judge and bailiff.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Anderson,
I want to thank you for joining in the plight for truth. I would love to shake your hand. I appreciate everything you are doing to try to clear my friend's name. My heart breaks for Tonya and her family. It takes pure evil for an individual to turn a child against her mother, to fabricate evidence or to lie under oath. It saddens me to see the evil in the courtroom. My prayer is that the light will outshine the darkness. Thank you again, Mr. Anderson, for all of your efforts. I admire what you are doing.

kbp said...

Bill @ 11:26
"... What I see -- that the media has missed -- is a pattern of charges and convictions against people who could not adequately defend themselves, and who found themselves against a stacked deck."

Just FYI for any not aware of it, when the child protective services (CPS) of the state, whatever they may be called there, go after one or both parents for a custody change (loss of parental rights...) in family courts I'm not aware of any state that provides a public attorney to represent the parent(s).

Just like the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) we've seen in action in Tonya's case, there is a TEAM that includes most on the SART participants and one or more judges that often help to make sure the record looks like all the i's are dotted and t's crossed to cover to accomplish their goal. Many of these type cases are very questionable and often leave a rather dirty trail in the records.

Does anyone know if Arnt, Gregor and/or House are a part of the "TEAM" that participates in the "CPS" family court cases?


On House making some brilliant move to leave the case problems in the lap of the ADA's involved, should an appeal be required, if such is at all accurate he is not being too brilliant at how he's working to accomplish such an end result. He has quite a few issues that can ONLY be attributed to the history of his actions.

Just on the most recent one, this man, according to what Dennis Norwood wrote, has classified ALL bi-sexual encounters as being a "prior BAD act". I'm not an attorney, but all other cases I've seen any "prior BAD act" come up in identifies those as known criminal conduct on the record of somebody.

We're evidently absent a written ruling on that mater at this point, so House may later add CLARIFCATION (always the CYA tool!) to better establish a record that gives him some sort of "good faith" effort excuse, but I'm not aware of how he can accomplish much through such an effort.

His ruling looks like some maneuver to show there is a "6th degree" connection
between an ALLEGDED legal act - entered as potential evidence through hearsay - between two consenting adults which establishes a "link between adult sexual behavior and child sexual abuse."

If House is really working at "giving the prosecutors all the rope they need to hang themselves", it looks to me like he's gotten himself all tangled up in the process.

Anonymous said...

Way to make Peavine proud King House. As for me and my tithe, I will start giving it elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

The possibility of a hung jury hangs in the wings.....What if? How long realistically will it take to retry this case if the jury hangs?

Anonymous said...

I FEEL THAT EITHER WAY GUILTY OR INNOCENT MRS.CRAFT'S WILL NOT LIVE THE LIFE SHE ONCE LIVED, AND I FEEL REALLY SORRY FOR HER AND HER FAMILY IF SHE IS INNOCENT. THE WHOLE LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN JUDICIAL SYSTEM IS ALL ONE SIDED IT IS WHO YOU KNOW IN THE TOWN AND IF YOU HAVE MONEY YOU HAVE IT MADE. THERE HAS BEEN SEVRAL CASES WHERE THEY HAVE TRIED INNOCENT PEOPLE JUST TO TRY AND KEEP THE GUILTY OUT OF IT AND THE GUILTY ARE STILL RUNNING FREE OR SINCE PASTED AWAY. I REALLY WISH SOMEONE WOULD STRAIGHTEN UP THIS LITTLE TOWN!!!!

William L. Anderson said...

If the jury hangs and they try to bring it to trial again, the prosecution will have a number of problems. First, and most important, they will be under scrutiny that they did not have the first time. Second, because there was a lot of conflicting testimony the first time, the prosecution would want to get the stories straight.

However, that very act will be suspicious, as people are going to want to know why the testimony was conveniently changed.

There is another problem. Brian House's conduct is coming under scrutiny and so is the conduct of the prosecutors. The state is not going to give these guys the same run of the house they did before, and I can guarantee you that more press will be covering than just the local people.

No doubt, the prosecution would love to bleed the defense, but the prosecution, in the end, might be even worse off. I hope so.

Anonymous said...

You are absolutely brilliant!

I'm curious to know if Tonya will be able to file a civil suit to assist in the recovery from the destruction of these lies?

Anonymous said...

It is my understanding that a parent is not suppose to be in the room when a child is being question, Am I right or wrong my grandson was, with the mother in the room... Interview done by The Intelligence STACY LONG she ask the questions and practically answer them.. The MAN GREGOR allowed it.. I hope they HANG him...

Anonymous said...

Although it is sad, my mouth dropped when I read, "Way to make Peavine proud King House. As for me and my tithe, I will start giving it elsewhere." (3:40)

I have read that Brian House and Chris Arnt both attend Peavine Baptist Church in Rock Spring, Georgia; and that Joal Henke attends Eastwood Church in Ooltewah, Tennessee (...and I am assuming the Wilson, Lamb and McDonald families stay home and worship themselves).

I am curious as to how these churches are handling the behavior of their parishioners. I do hope these churches have elders in the courtroom each day; and I hope they will hold their members accountable for their actions, as instructed by Matthew 18:15-17.

Anonymous said...

Loved this!

"from now on, i shall refer to gregor and arnt as tweedledee and tweedledum, respectively." (via twitter)

Anonymous said...

The Wilson's attend church at Oakwood Babtist in Chickamauga. They probably run that too!!!!

Anonymous said...

To Anon. 7:19, I was thinking about the same thing. I hope that the pastors of their churches will call them on carpet about about bearing false witness.

Denise C. said...

Unfortunately, if they are major financial contributors to the church, then not much will be said. It would one of those little dark secrets of the church. Some churches are just as corrupt as this trial is. I am saddened to say it.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:39 you are absolutely correct about that. If anyone calls them on it they will take their ball and go home.

Anonymous said...

The Wilson's attend Oakwood Baptist Church? That is surprising to me as there are many supporters of Tonya who attend and teach school at Oakwood.

In response to (7:39), I pray that these churches will choose to do the right thing.

dmk said...

Denise C. is absolutely correct. Church membership in this area is as much about status as what school you get your kids into, who your friends are, or anything else. Power and prestige don't get left outside at the church door either, so powerful in the community means powerful in the church. The almighty dollar speaks louder than anything, and Pastors and churches certainly aren't immune to that (in fact, just the opposite), although they will be quick to deny it.

Anonymous said...

Praying for Tonya, her children and her family - the REAL VICTIMS!


My only comments to Catoosa County is: what goes up, must come down!!!!!

Supporting Tonya in Rhea County TN!!

Stephanie Y.

Anonymous said...

When they do attend the Lamb's attend Woodstation United Methodist in Ringgold. Along with the grandparents of the first alleged victim.

Anonymous said...

They try and on occasion do run things that go on in that church.

Anonymous said...

If the national media cared, I'm sure they'd have picked this story up by now. It looks to me like you yahoos are getting worried. It's kind of funny that you use the same tactics that you claim Arnt, Gregor and House use. Go Home Team!

kbp said...

Anon 10:02,

It is a known fact to all that ever follow cases involving the abuse of rights under the color of law that all media is hesitant of publishing on a case involving allegations of child abuse. The media actually will often go along with the authorities and tell the story as they like it because the source for much of the reporting of news comes directly from those same authorities.

The difference here is now ALL the media involved knows what is going on, and many of them are finally publishing or broadcasting what they are seeing in that courtroom.

Regarding the national media, I promise they have been notified, they are watching, and the story is making its way into blogs of quite a few that deal directly with the bigger media outlets.

As for using the same tactics, until we're employed to serve the public doing this, it's foolish to try and compare our conduct with that of the judge and prosecutors who swore an oath stating they would not do what we're seeing them do now.

Anonymous said...

So it's OK as long as you don't take an oath? You people crack me up!

Anonymous said...

Hey Anon 10:02 aka Arnt/Gregor/House/Deal...Is it not past your bed time? Or does Tim Deal and your cronies not have "colored-folk to nightstick", as quoted in the General's Daughter.

Home Team my a##. It is sad that the Lookout Mountain Juidical District is building a reputation of corruption that will never be turned aside.

Hopefully in the future, I will get to know the entire judge/prosecuting (all the same) personally when I visit you with the prison ministry.

kbp said...

Well, 11:01, I'll give you an oath that I'll call the facts as I see them.

Other than that, I have no oath that limits what I say or do, only the law and my personal character.

Their oath is what put them in the position to have the authority to administer laws that can harm others if they do not follow that oath.

Anonymous said...

As someone who has posted many comments on here, I don't appreciate being compared to the prosecution who have done nothing but lie and allow lies in the courtroom. I can tell you I have first hand experience with many of these same people and they are all liars!! I am just thankful that people are finding out just how justice is carried out in Catoosa County and I for one can not wait to see them all brought down!! It is about time.

Harmony Edwards said...

HOME TEAM??? What are we in high school? Immaturity is the prominent mode of behavior for the prosocution and witnesses. Maybe if Tonya was a cheerleader(sarcasm). Grow up this isn't a higschool debate, this is a trial of an adult by a prosocution that is supposed to be following the rules. As far as our behavior we are taking the facts as they ARE, not twisting little childrens words and minds to suit or needs like those "egg donors" who are causing untold damage to their children all in the name of vengence.

tandt said...

"Home Team"...hmmmmmmm

The way I see it, as a homeowner, taxpayer & voter in Catoosa County (for 30 years), they are not the "Home Team". If you would look at all of the blogs, comments & oh, I don't know, talk to people, you would see & understand that the majority of this county believe Tonya IS innocent & IS being railroaded. Maybe you weren't the popular kid in school & this is all you have, but I was the popular kid in school, I still am very popular in this county & the surrounding areas & I can tell you, out of my 387 friends on Facebook, I know every single one of them, & they all agree with the innocence and railroading factors. I am not afraid to speak my mind & will not be forced into fear.
You my friend, Anon 11:01 and the previous, are what I would call a dork, an idiot, a follower. God will show you the truth soon, but as you are blind to the truth, maybe you won't see it until you see Him. Good luck to you & your "cronies".

Kathy said...

To Go Home Team this is not about winning or loosing. No matter how the trail ends their are no winners. This is about being ethical and non-biased as a Judge and being ethical and respectful as a District Attorney. A lot of us are angry because we voted them in office we pay our taxes re: their salary and like it or not they work for us. Arnt, McGregor, and House are the ones who should worry. My last name is not Wilson but I have contacts and I know people who are getting things ready right now in Atlanta....I can promise you their will be more to this than any one of them wants. Career ending choices have been made.

Anonymous said...

Wow, you were popular in high school! Whoop-dee-freakin'-doo! That's your response and you call me immature? You people are not dealing with facts. I see very few "facts" here. You have no idea what is going on in that courtroom. All I see on this blog and in the comments is a bunch of Craftys acting like the prosecutors and the judge are Nazis. I guess that's how it was in high school. Alienate the right people and you get your way! Whatever? You yahoos still crack me up!

Noone is losing their job over this. Book it! (Well, except for possibly Tonya Craft's attorneys).

Anonymous said...

anon 7:13

I am glad we are "cracking you up". You must be smoking crack if you think House and the prosecution are on the up and up. I believe beyond a shadow of doubt that they and their witnesses are lying. I think you should take a hard long look at yourself and your morals then tell us that we are "cracking you up". It doesnt take a rocket scientist to see whats going on in the courtroom. Im sorry you are friends with one or more of these people, you should choose your friends wisely.

Harmony Edwards said...

You must be suffering from sheep syndrome when you blithely defend these people even though thier actions are unjust and reprehensible. Excuse me but the Facts on this blog come directly from the courtroom so that makes your statement ignorant and ill contrived. You obviously have know idea how communism and socialism works. Tsk Tsk, such a shame that your grandious delusions have you thinking you are that important that you could effect the careers of such upstanding legal attorneys. The truth is coming out and noone can stop it. And for your information im not the least bit crafty, IM A CRONIE!!

Anonymous said...

To Anon 7:13

Sorry honey! We do know what's going on in that courtroom and that's exactly why you are reading this...to see what is known!

Alienate the right people and you get your way? Who are the "Craftys" trying to alienate? The "Craftys" are trying to involve as many people as possible because the truth is so obvious! Well...obvious to those of us who have experienced life beyond our highschool years!

Book it! Funny you should use those words right after you say that noone is losing his job! Book it should be the words of the higher powers when they take the three stooges' careers!

You honey, with your ignorance, crack us up!!! Of course, we understand that you are grasping for anything because the end is near! For that, we are very excited!

Anonymous said...

@ Harmony: I no, I no!

You don't get that, do you?

Kathy said...

To Go Home Team sham sham I know ur name and you are not suppose to talking about this trial until it is over...rest assured come election time if not sooner jobs will be lost.

Anonymous said...

@ Kathy: lay off the red wine.

You don't get that, do you?

Kathy said...

A sham is what you and your pathetic buddies are. You will see who gets last laugh, hell people are laughing now because Mcgregor is bragging about being the man of hick town USA. By the way I didn't earn my Bachelors and drive a Mercedes because I'm stupid. I have u a little worried and it funny as hell.
A

Kathy said...

Aha a bully hmmmmmmmm kinda reminds me of another bully in Catoosa Co could u be one and the same?

Anonymous said...

The "e" is silent.

Kathy said...

Yes but the truth and the voters will not be.

Harmony said...

There is nothing to get about your post except you don't "no" how to spell "know". Ignorant, Pretentious, bullying, contriving, idiotic, callous, self-serving, hateful, manipulative, angry, selfish, biased, self-righteous, and dishonest. A few words to descibe the group of people responsible for this injustice. Anonymous grow some cajones and put your name on it if you truly stand by it. I for one have no need to hind behind anonymous posting Id's to vauge assumations of other peoples character.

Anonymous said...

Don't trust your soul to no back woods Southern lawyer,
Cause the judge in the town's got bloodstain's on his hand.

The judge said guilty on a make believe trial,
Slapped the sherriff on the back with a smile,
and said "Supper's waiting at home and I gotta get to it"

'The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia'

*To the prosecution....your world's about to get very dark

Anonymous said...

To Harmony Kathy and all other posters..so so excited just heard from my reliable source we are going NATIONAL....stay tuned

Anonymous said...

I hope it is Fox News!! I love Fox News. They are not afraid to stand up for the facts. They don't fall into the typical "media/political blackhole".

I have prayed for the truth to prevail in this trial. However, I do want to see the Arnt, Gregor, House and many more who have corrupted this case go down.

I am proud to say that I voted for Stagg.

Anonymous said...

Anon, 12:35, really????