Tuesday, March 3, 2009
"New Disclosures on Coralrose Fullwood Case"
at 9:37 AM
Read moreI remember watching Dale Fullwood on video, and literally getting so nauseated that I had to stop and walk away. I remember being disturbed for an entire week over Fullwood in that series of video that I couldn't shake it. I was deeply disturbed at the picture Fullwood painted when he talked to the camera crew in his vacant house.
Then in August of last year (2008), police arrested Patrick Dewayne Murphy for the murder of Coralrose Fullwood. Yet the police stood firm that the investigation was far from over. Regardless, I took a hammering from some visitors to my blog (in this comment section).
Paul said, "DNA and good detective work found the guilty party. Just goes to show you that everyone reacts differently to [sic] tramatic events."I wonder how these people will react to the fact that the alleged killer, Murphy, whose DNA was found on Coralrose Fullwood, knew and met with Dale Fullwood several times, and both were seen to be viewing pornography together at Fullwood's place of employment. Just a coincidence? I hope time reveals the truth and all parties involved are held accountable.
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Use Brains Not Emotions, said "This is exactly how innocent people end up in prison or death row. Because of crazed hysteria and moral outrage that fuels miscarriage of justice. It was a terrible crime but let's please try and remain a civilized society that conducts itself by the rule of law. Otherwise we become the Taliban.
Oh and by the way, if you were an expert in murders as you claim, you'd know a lot of family members historically have been noted to have reacted without much emotion. It's not unusual. Amateurs."
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DK said, "Thank God they just caught the guy about a half hour ago. This rambling of yours is just awful. Obviously this was an overwhelmed, grieving parent. Who knows what your problem is. They did an excellent documentary on TV recently about Maddie McCann where they pointed out how different victims handle this type of situation."
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Anonymous said, "Wrong, wrong, wrong. I know the man and he is not the brightest bulb on the tree, but that does not make him a child murderer. Patrick Murphy, a stranger to the family has been charged with this crime."
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J Lamb said, "Congratulations for falsely accusing someone of murdering his own child. I hope you can sleep well at night. If they had not the DNA evidence, people like you would have sentenced an innocent man and left the monster to rape and kill again. Shame on you. Think long and hard before you convict an innocent person in [sic] you websites. If I were the [sic] fullwoods I would sue you for [sic] ever cent you had. I hope they chose to do that. That's the only way to stop lies like yours."
I respect the people who had different opinions than me on this story, and I welcome the fact that they shared their opinions. I am grateful for that. I am only sharing their thoughts above in hopes that it will help people keep an open mind in the future when looking at cases. Ironically, if we become closed-minded, this is precisely how the truth does get buried, how justice is never truly served, and the sick can continue to harm and violate the innocent in our society.
Justice may take time, but if investigators are dedicated, and work hard, they usually uncover the truth. Keep up the good work, North Port! I hope you uncover the final details to shut this case for good and put all people responsible behind bars where they should be.