Shirley dicks's Blog – May 2007 Archive (3)

Prologue of A Mothers Torment

Greeneville, Tennessee Courthouse 1979

I had just been allowed back in the courtroom during my son’s murder trial, and as I listened to the lies the Prosecution was saying, I jumped up in my seat and

screamed,

""He’s innocent and you know it. You lie. You know he didn’t do it. He wouldn’t

have come back if he were guilty."

THE COURT: Sheriff, take the Jurors out

Again I screamed as Nelson’s hands were trying to…

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Added by shirley dicks on May 6, 2007 at 11:54am — No Comments

A Mothers Torment -- True Crime

How far would you go to save your child’s life? Would you write hot checks to pay attorney fees, sell your home, attempt a-jail break as a last resort and, - be on the run for a year with two young children? This mother did.

Fighting the system… Continue

Added by shirley dicks on May 6, 2007 at 11:52am — No Comments

A Long Road Home by Trevor Dicks





"I was eleven years old when I heard the judge exclaim, "Jeffrey Dicks, you are to be executed by electrocution until you are pronounced

Dead, Dead, Dead!"

It was at that moment life as I knew it would never be the same..."



My first eleven years started in the peaceful New England village of Concord, NH in 1967. I…

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Added by shirley dicks on May 6, 2007 at 11:06am — 1 Comment

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