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Re: SOLVING THE MURDER OF PAULINE PUSSER

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  • mcclouddavid
    ... even ... have ... for ... received ... the ... call, I ... skull, a ... Junior, I was referring to Kirksey Nix not Junior Smith.
    Message 1 of 5 , May 19, 2007
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      --- In crimemyths@yahoogroups.com, "mcclouddavid" <mcclouddavid@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > --- In crimemyths@yahoogroups.com, "gotbufordsback"
      > <gotbufordsback@> wrote:
      > >
      > > SOLVING THE MURDER OF PAULINE PUSSER Message List
      > >
      > > Reply | Forward Message #3664 of 3679 < Prev | Next >
      > >
      > > From what I've seen on the Internet, Kirksey McCord Nix, Jr. is
      > > listed as the "murderer of Pauline Pusser. Of course Nix has never
      > > been tried and convicted in a courtroom. He's only been convicted
      > > by what Buford Pusser had to say to some journalist.
      > >
      > > Now I think I could solve the murder of Pauline Pusser rather
      > > quickly, if I had the official capacity to act. And I wouldn't
      even
      > > have to go out here and find any surviving witnesses that might
      have
      > > pertinent information.
      > >
      > > The first thing I would do is ask the FBI to check phone records
      for
      > > the morning of August 12, 1967. I'm sure Southern Bell (BellSouth
      > > today) kept accurate records. So it should be rather simple to
      > > determine if Sheriff Buford Pusser lied when he claimed he
      received
      > > that phone call at his home in Adamsville somewhere around 4:30 on
      > > the morning of August 12, 1967.
      > >
      > > According to Pusser, it was that phone call from an identified man
      > > that lured him down on the New Hope Road. And since the FBI seemed
      > > to be keeping up with phone calls involving others back then, I
      > > don't know why they couldn't check Buford Pusser's phone calls.
      > >
      > > On top of that, all of southern McNairy County, Tennesse was on
      the
      > > Corinth, Mississippi Exchange, so that would have been a LONG
      > > DISTANCE call to Pusser's home in Adamsville.
      > >
      > > Then if you can show that Buford Pusser lied about the phone
      call, I
      > > guess you know where that leads. So I would ask a judge to issue a
      > > court order to have Pauline Pusser's skeletal remains exhumed and
      > > examined by a top forensic anthropologist.
      > >
      > > Since Pauline Pusser sustained fatal injuries/wounds to her
      skull, a
      > > top forensic anthropologist should have little trouble putting the
      > > pieces together.
      > >
      > > Although I have reason to believe that Pauline Pusser was shot in
      > > the FRONT of the head, I'd certainly be willing to accept the
      > > findings of a top INDEPENDENT forensic anthropologist should they
      > > conclude otherwise.
      > >
      > > So let's roll the dice and see if we can't solve the murder of
      > > Pauline Pusser. I know it's a little late--WAY TOO LATE!--but it's
      > > better late than never.
      > >I do not know how much truth there is in the book Mississippi Mud
      > but I did read that Junior boasted at Angola that he shot Sheriff
      > Pussers face of and killed Pauline. Can someone please confirm how
      > accurate this novel really is? Thankyou JohnDavid
      >Folks, I think that I have been misunderstood here, When I said
      Junior, I was referring to Kirksey Nix not Junior Smith.
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