Taking Care of Witnesses

WaPo has a story about a local NoVa politician who asked about a hit man to take care of the young girls he was accused of molesting so that they couldn’t testify against him.

While it’s not the same, it reminds me of another crime.

18 thoughts on “Taking Care of Witnesses


    • All the while Julia Schyphers sleeps the sleep of the dead. “Vengeance is Mine, and retribution, In due time their foot will slip; For the day of their calamity is near, And the impending things are hastening upon them.” Deut. 32:35 New American Standard Bible.


  1. “Gardner was convicted in 2012 of molesting two girls, who were 9 and 10 at the time, during a slumber party for his daughter’s 10th birthday.”

    He got a new trial after arguing certain character witnesses should not have been barred from testifying on his behalf.


    • Because if somebody says something nice about a Democrat it makes him lest of a pervert and child molester?

      Democrats make me sick.


      • I don’t really see what his pals might have to say about his DNA on the girls’ underpants and nighties, but I guess that’s why it might have been nicer at his new trial to have no young women saying what he had done to them.


  2. Yep. Reminds me of Kimberlin. Kimberlin, the felon who has not paid his full debt to society. Nor his debt to a widow of the man he killed.

    And if you believe he has, then you are a world class scumbag.

    In a trailer.


  3. So a guy in Maryland missed out on a great opportunity to earn a commission arranging the hit. Sucks to be BK.

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