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94 year-old man beaten to death

by Angeline Booher / January 22, 2008 8:44 PM PST
"I think he died a horrible, brutal death--- tragically for an elderly man to live on this earth for 94 years, and thugs would do that to a human being who was well liked in the community that he lived in," Hamblen County Sheriff Esco Jarnigan said.

The body was missing its left hand. Sheriff Jarnagin said Morgan was tortured while still alive, but that his hand appears to have been severed after death.


http://www.wbir.com/news/local/story.aspx?storyid=53698


MORRISTOWN, Tenn.
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group came looking for grandson...
by grimgraphix / January 22, 2008 11:23 PM PST

"the group came to Willie Morgan's home, looking for Willie's grandson, Donnie."

I have to wonder what the grandson's relation to the perps was? A lot of folks involved with drug, alcohol, and crime never think that their activities will effect their relatives. Truth is that it's relatives and family members that usually end up cleaning up the messes or paying the price for the family member's behavior.

Real shame.

Sad

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The next biggest "real Sham"
by caktus / January 23, 2008 6:20 AM PST

is that some judges didn't realize or didn't bother to realize these idiots were a danger to society. Sad The way criminals are babied it's no wonder things like this happen. I wonder when our jurists and laws are going to grow some backbone.

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