Monday, January 22, 2007

"What's he doing in New Hartford, NY?"

11:27am. Hameline continues with a display of pictures identifying the four robbery suspects (including Healy) and their street names.

-Hameline challenges Wittman's earlier attempt to "humanize" Walter Richardson. Moments before he was killed, Richardson ended up shooting at a U.S. Marshal (wearing a bullet proof vest) in Philadelphia. "Real sorry, eh?"

-Everything was recovered except 28 Rolex watches. "Where did they go?" Perhaps with Mr. Pegese and Mr. Ward, who nobody knew about until the Shkanes came forward with details of a second car. "What does that do for their credibility?"

-11:39am. On Healy: "We know he's from Philadelphia. What's he doing in New Hartford, NY?"

Continued above...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have some questions on these 4 robbery suspects. Richardson is dead and Healy is on trial. Where are the other 2? What about them? Does anyone know anything about them? I haven't heard of anymore names, what their roles were, where they are, are they still being sought after...Do you guys have any idea? I haven't heard/read a single thing other than there were 2 more involved.

11:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

they are suppose to be in jail in pa and they were in jail in new jersey at one time.

11:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They went and did another armed robbery at a jewelry store a few days later. One got caught right away and the other was caught a few months later so they have those charges first.

11:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The other two black men will be here later this year for their trial also. No one is going away scott free, justice will be served.

12:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am not saying what they did was right but if you can't find the other 28 rolex's maybe there never was any. Also how can John Healy be charged for the officer's death when he didn't shoot him? The officers went out to kill the man who shot OFFICER CORR and kill him they did. Everyone knew he wasn't going to get a trial. His execution was going to be held in the streets when they caught him because that's how they do you when you kill one of theirs. They can shoot an innocent man on a corner and never be found guilty. We all know how things go around here.

10:46 PM  

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