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2021-06-14 4:34:14 AM  
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I'm no judge of character.... but far right and far left look like they can turn into REALLY mean drunks, or lose their tempers quite easily.
 
2021-06-14 4:34:50 AM  
Season three of Dirty John. Bring it.
 
2021-06-14 4:36:38 AM  
Justice served.

No pity.
 
2021-06-14 4:59:40 AM  
FTA
The heir to a legal dynasty, who was shot dead along with his mother, is said to have had a drunk alter ego named 'Timmy' and stripped down to his underwear before allegedly causing a boat crash which claimed the life of a 19-year-old in 2019, according to court documents released last week.
Paul was awaiting trial on criminal charges relating to the 2019 death of Mallory Beach, who was thrown from a boat that Paul was allegedly driving drunk when he crashed it.

Beach's family also sued Paul in civil court, where depositions released last week revealed Paul would get drunk and become a different person.

The nickname 'Timmy' started three or four years before the boat crash, testified Anthony Cook, who is Paul's cousin and was Mallory's boyfriend at the time.

'It's a different name because he turns into a completely - totally different person. So somebody will say, 'All right. Here comes Timmy. We got to go."'

Cook also testified that Paul slapped or pushed his girlfriend and stripped down to his underwear in 40 degree weather on the night of the crash.

Cook said Mallory 'said he was stupid' and 'it was time to go home.'

'He turned and pointed at her, and I could tell he was going to say something, and I told him not to make that mistake, and he stared at me for a second went back to steering the boat,' Cook said in his testimony.

'And I believe that's when the boat took off.'

He said the throttle was hit, but wasn't how or by who.

The Murdaugh family has ruled the county's legal system for decades, prosecuting nearly every criminal case in the southern part of the state.


Several family members have served as county elected prosecutors going back almost 87 years. The local community felt Paul was receiving special treatment in the boating death case due to his family's power.

Sounds like the community felt the local government was corrupt/incompetent and wouldn't deliver justice and some community members solved the problem themselves. Reminds me of a news story about a habitually violet man in a small town that the local sheriff/police refused to do anything about. The violent man was then shot dead in the middle of town in broad daylight. No one from the town was a witness to the event or heard anything out of the ordinary.
 
2021-06-14 4:59:40 AM  
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that the family is probably not liked very well in the community and as they look for leads, won't nobody know sh*t.
 
2021-06-14 5:09:24 AM  
Dang...subby ain't wrong.  Serious Bloodlines vibe.

Catch the bit about one of the family prosecutors aiding moonshiners...in 1995?
 
2021-06-14 5:10:24 AM  
There are only three possibilities:

1) The dead girl's parents who did not want to wait around for a sham trial followed by an acquittal or perhaps probation because the family is so ingrained in the local legal system.  I don't know why the mother-perhaps she's an evil coont or perhaps she was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

2) The father has a new slam piece and he's thought murder was easier and less costly than divorce.  Getting rid of the kid removes that blemish from the family name and makes someone else the #1 suspect other than Pops.

3)  Anyone in North or South America, most of Europe, Africa, or the Far East who hate fat, entitled gingers that have so much influence in their local community that they act like royalty and think laws do not apply to them.  Seriously I grew up in a small town in the South where a couple of the families exerted so much influence over other citizens that it bordered on oppressive.
 
2021-06-14 5:12:30 AM  
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2021-06-14 5:16:14 AM  
And the hook of the Netflix show: the guy investigating the crime is the Tiger King guy, released from prison, rehabilitated and turned detective. And he'll be riding a tiger instead of a car.
 
2021-06-14 5:21:45 AM  

PunGent: Dang...subby ain't wrong.  Serious Bloodlines vibe.

Catch the bit about one of the family prosecutors aiding moonshiners...in 1995?


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2021-06-14 5:26:00 AM  
My bet is the kid Murdaugh'ed his parents.

Hah! See what I did there?!?
 
2021-06-14 5:27:25 AM  

blodyholy: My bet is the kid Murdaugh'ed his parents.

Hah! See what I did there?!?


didn't read tfa or the thread?
 
2021-06-14 5:47:49 AM  

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I'm no judge of character.... but far right and far left look like they can turn into REALLY mean drunks, or lose their tempers quite easily.


I looked at that photo, and now I have extra chromosomes. Thanks a bunch, pal.
 
2021-06-14 5:48:24 AM  
Perfect casting?

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2021-06-14 5:55:20 AM  
Nothing is ever a mini-series on Netflix. If a story can be told in 3 hours they'll make sure to use 12.
 
2021-06-14 5:58:09 AM  

Purple_Urkle: PunGent: Dang...subby ain't wrong.  Serious Bloodlines vibe.

Catch the bit about one of the family prosecutors aiding moonshiners...in 1995?

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Drew Carey is dat you?
 
2021-06-14 5:59:55 AM  

Heliodorus: Reminds me of a news story about a habitually violet man


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2021-06-14 6:00:14 AM  
Somebody don't appreciate drunk entitled assholes killin' off our pretty blonde women...
 
2021-06-14 6:05:44 AM  

leeksfromchichis: blodyholy: My bet is the kid Murdaugh'ed his parents.

Hah! See what I did there?!?

didn't read tfa or the thread?


Yah it's early though and my patience for reading articles or threads is thin; so I merely skimmed.
 
2021-06-14 6:06:17 AM  

aagrajag: Smoking GNU: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x476]

I'm no judge of character.... but far right and far left look like they can turn into REALLY mean drunks, or lose their tempers quite easily.

I looked at that photo, and now I have extra chromosomes. Thanks a bunch, pal.


They look like a couple dummies after a photoshop contest. The kid in the middle looks scared.

"I am person. We go in basement now."
"Mom?!"
"Shh! I have a gun in my purse."
 
2021-06-14 6:12:17 AM  

Eravior: aagrajag: Smoking GNU: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x476]

I'm no judge of character.... but far right and far left look like they can turn into REALLY mean drunks, or lose their tempers quite easily.

I looked at that photo, and now I have extra chromosomes. Thanks a bunch, pal.

They look like a couple dummies after a photoshop contest. The kid in the middle looks scared.

"I am person. We go in basement now."
"Mom?!"
"Shh! I have a gun in my purse."


Oh, yeah.

There are so many sex slaves in their basement.
 
2021-06-14 6:13:35 AM  

Night Train to Wakanda: Justice served.

No pity.


Kit had it coming, killing the mom was just sloppy. Someone will talk.
Still don't support vigilante justice.
 
2021-06-14 6:13:46 AM  
Not too many genes in that gene pool.
 
2021-06-14 6:15:20 AM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Night Train to Wakanda: Justice served.

No pity.

Kit had it coming, killing the mom was just sloppy. Someone will talk.
Still don't support vigilante justice.


Kid, not kit
 
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2021-06-14 6:18:23 AM  
It's a miniseries on Fark as many times as this story has already been posted
 
2021-06-14 6:18:27 AM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Night Train to Wakanda: Justice served.

No pity.

Kit had it coming, killing the mom was just sloppy. Someone will talk.
Still don't support vigilante justice.

Kid, not kit


That mouthy car had it coming, and you know it.
 
2021-06-14 6:22:02 AM  
Would be instructive to know if there was scuttlebutt about a possible plea deal.

I don't support vigilante justice but sometimes I'm more opposed than others.
 
2021-06-14 6:31:30 AM  
It was Richard Alex who reportedly found the bodies of his wife and son around 10pm Monday night. Sources said he told cops he had been out shooting and returned to the grim scene.

Well isn't that a perfect alibi!
 
2021-06-14 6:34:36 AM  
He's just an excitable boy.
 
2021-06-14 6:36:27 AM  

It's Bensane Garrison!: It was Richard Alex who reportedly found the bodies of his wife and son around 10pm Monday night. Sources said he told cops he had been out shooting and returned to the grim scene.

Well isn't that a perfect alibi!


Sure explains the powder on his hands.
 
2021-06-14 6:58:39 AM  
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I can understand shooting a Toyota Scion. Based solely on its resemblance to that shoe Mario could ride in from Super Mario 3.
 
2021-06-14 7:02:25 AM  
Maybe who killed him was someone else he pissed off when he was Timmy. You just don't kill a girl when you are drunk one day. He probably has a long buried history ,thanks to his dad, of abuse, pissing off people and general ahole behavior. He could have owed the wrong people a lot of money.
 
2021-06-14 7:09:07 AM  

Heliodorus: FTA
The heir to a legal dynasty, who was shot dead along with his mother, is said to have had a drunk alter ego named 'Timmy' and stripped down to his underwear before allegedly causing a boat crash which claimed the life of a 19-year-old in 2019, according to court documents released last week.
Paul was awaiting trial on criminal charges relating to the 2019 death of Mallory Beach, who was thrown from a boat that Paul was allegedly driving drunk when he crashed it.

Beach's family also sued Paul in civil court, where depositions released last week revealed Paul would get drunk and become a different person.

The nickname 'Timmy' started three or four years before the boat crash, testified Anthony Cook, who is Paul's cousin and was Mallory's boyfriend at the time.

'It's a different name because he turns into a completely - totally different person. So somebody will say, 'All right. Here comes Timmy. We got to go."'

Cook also testified that Paul slapped or pushed his girlfriend and stripped down to his underwear in 40 degree weather on the night of the crash.

Cook said Mallory 'said he was stupid' and 'it was time to go home.'

'He turned and pointed at her, and I could tell he was going to say something, and I told him not to make that mistake, and he stared at me for a second went back to steering the boat,' Cook said in his testimony.

'And I believe that's when the boat took off.'

He said the throttle was hit, but wasn't how or by who.

The Murdaugh family has ruled the county's legal system for decades, prosecuting nearly every criminal case in the southern part of the state.

Several family members have served as county elected prosecutors going back almost 87 years. The local community felt Paul was receiving special treatment in the boating death case due to his family's power.

Sounds like the community felt the local government was corrupt/incompetent and wouldn't deliver justice and some community members solved the problem themselves. Reminds me of a ...


That was on Netflix.

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2021-06-14 7:12:11 AM  

LordBeavis: There are only three possibilities:

1) The dead girl's parents who did not want to wait around for a sham trial followed by an acquittal or perhaps probation because the family is so ingrained in the local legal system.  I don't know why the mother-perhaps she's an evil coont or perhaps she was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

2) The father has a new slam piece and he's thought murder was easier and less costly than divorce.  Getting rid of the kid removes that blemish from the family name and makes someone else the #1 suspect other than Pops.

3)  Anyone in North or South America, most of Europe, Africa, or the Far East who hate fat, entitled gingers that have so much influence in their local community that they act like royalty and think laws do not apply to them.  Seriously I grew up in a small town in the South where a couple of the families exerted so much influence over other citizens that it bordered on oppressive.


Is 3 actually C
Im going with C
I always go with C
 
2021-06-14 7:12:47 AM  

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I'm no judge of character.... but far right and far left look like they can turn into REALLY mean drunks, or lose their tempers quite easily.


they all look like horrible assholes.
 
2021-06-14 7:18:06 AM  

Heliodorus: FTA
The heir to a legal dynasty, who was shot dead along with his mother, is said to have had a drunk alter ego named 'Timmy' and stripped down to his underwear before allegedly causing a boat crash which claimed the life of a 19-year-old in 2019, according to court documents released last week.
Paul was awaiting trial on criminal charges relating to the 2019 death of Mallory Beach, who was thrown from a boat that Paul was allegedly driving drunk when he crashed it.

Beach's family also sued Paul in civil court, where depositions released last week revealed Paul would get drunk and become a different person.

The nickname 'Timmy' started three or four years before the boat crash, testified Anthony Cook, who is Paul's cousin and was Mallory's boyfriend at the time.

'It's a different name because he turns into a completely - totally different person. So somebody will say, 'All right. Here comes Timmy. We got to go."'

Cook also testified that Paul slapped or pushed his girlfriend and stripped down to his underwear in 40 degree weather on the night of the crash.

Cook said Mallory 'said he was stupid' and 'it was time to go home.'

'He turned and pointed at her, and I could tell he was going to say something, and I told him not to make that mistake, and he stared at me for a second went back to steering the boat,' Cook said in his testimony.

'And I believe that's when the boat took off.'

He said the throttle was hit, but wasn't how or by who.

The Murdaugh family has ruled the county's legal system for decades, prosecuting nearly every criminal case in the southern part of the state.

Several family members have served as county elected prosecutors going back almost 87 years. The local community felt Paul was receiving special treatment in the boating death case due to his family's power.

Sounds like the community felt the local government was corrupt/incompetent and wouldn't deliver justice and some community members solved the problem themselves. Reminds me of a news story about a habitually violet man in a small town that the local sheriff/police refused to do anything about. The violent man was then shot dead in the middle of town in broad daylight. No one from the town was a witness to the event or heard anything out of the ordinary.


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