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(Atlanta Journal Constitution)   County Commissioner dead, found in lake with hands tied and a gunshot wound to the head, to be ruled suicide. Not sure I agree with you a 100% on your police work, there, Lou   (ajc.com) divider line 11
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2013-02-01 11:53:53 PM
5 votes:
So, what corporation was he about to testify against?
2013-02-02 02:46:00 AM
4 votes:
Police found the body of 52-year-old Glynn County Commissioner Tom Sublett early on Dec. 11 in the water beside a docked boat on St. Simons Island. His wallet was in his back pocket and still contained his driver's license and credit cards. An empty gun holster and a magazine loaded with 9mm bullets were found in Sublett's car nearby, but no gun was recovered.

Where did it go? Guns don't float nor do they move on their own accord. If it was a suicide, wouldn't the gun be nearby?
2013-02-02 11:36:03 AM
1 votes:
Must be the Clinton Official in charge of the death list ....
2013-02-02 08:48:52 AM
1 votes:
Well, here's a scenario... Get about a hundred feet of twine, tie one end to the gun, the other to a rock. Hang the rock over the edge of a dock or boat about 90 feet away and shoot yourself. Once you drop the gun, the weight of the rock pulls it into the water a goodly distance away from you. Might be far enough that nobody searched for the gun there. An yes, it does need to be rather deep water for the rock to pull the gun far enough in this case, but it's a possibility.

Yeah.. I've read way too many Sherlock Holmes stories.
2013-02-02 04:01:55 AM
1 votes:
..dropped off a friend who had ridden with him.. Ridden? Really?  Wow.
2013-02-02 03:14:47 AM
1 votes:
MrBentor
If he had a gunshot to the head - then in most likelihood, he would no longer be breathing; then when he fell in the water, how could he drown? Unless he was still breathing when he entered the water.  To drown, one must breathing.


If the first shot hits the wrong part of the brain, then the coward that commits suicide is not lying in a coma in a hospital waiting to die.

Gabriel Giffords was hit with a 9mm right in the skull, still living.  It's possible.
2013-02-02 02:53:18 AM
1 votes:
I wonder how much turning a murder into a suicide costs nowadays.
2013-02-02 02:50:23 AM
1 votes:

nmemkha: Police found the body of 52-year-old Glynn County Commissioner Tom Sublett early on Dec. 11 in the water beside a docked boat on St. Simons Island. His wallet was in his back pocket and still contained his driver's license and credit cards. An empty gun holster and a magazine loaded with 9mm bullets were found in Sublett's car nearby, but no gun was recovered.

Where did it go? Guns don't float nor do they move on their own accord. If it was a suicide, wouldn't the gun be nearby?


He tied it to a balloon, so it floated away after he shot himself.

/it's possible I watch too much TV
2013-02-02 02:48:35 AM
1 votes:
Where was Hillary?
2013-02-02 02:40:15 AM
1 votes:
To play devil's advocate, since most insurance companies won't pay out for a suicide, I could see staging your suicide to look like a murder.

Although it could also backfire and the police might think your spouse murdered you for the insurance.
2013-02-02 12:11:56 AM
1 votes:
That one's called "The Census Worker".
 
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