1018Re: Arrested for 17 year-old murder???
- Aug 9, 2007I have just recently moved back to the J-town area and have not had
the time to stop into the store to say hi. I regret not having
visited now more than ever. During the time I lived here previously,
and after I moved to Chambersburg where they had a store for a few
years, I saw Mike on an almost daily basis. I always considered Mike
a good friend and I was totally shocked when I heard this news on the
radio this week. My prayers are certainly with Mike and Renee and
the kids, and I hope someone is able to relay our love and concern to
them. I know it has been a long while since I spoke with them, but
they were never far from my thoughts.
In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Chaz" <chaz_i_am@...> wrote:
>I'm sure my reaction
> --- In email@example.com, R Howard <thezeppo1138@> wrote:
> > I could not have said this better.
> > I was shocked and sickened when I read this news yesterday, but
> pales in comparison to what Renee and their seven children aregoing through, particularly
> his two daughters to his first wife. Regardless of the outcome ofthis case, our thoughts
> and prayers should certainly be with all of them.and Renee's since they
> > I have been a customer, and more importantly a friend of Mike's
> opened their Windber store in 1993. I've vacationed with them,babysat their children and
> for the last 12 years helped them run the Pittsburgh Comicon. Inall that time, there is not
> a single incident, comment or experience I could point to thatwould make me suspect
> Mike was capable of something like this. In my experience he hasbeen a loving family
> man, an upstanding and involved member of the community, and a goodfriend.
> >come to light to cause
> > I'm obviously very curious what evidence and/or testimony has
> the police to move on this after 17 years, but I certainly hope itis all a mistake. Unless he
> would confess to the crime, or is proven guilty in a court of law,I choose to believe Mike is
> innocent, but I do hope Barbara's killer is eventually brought tojustice.
> >convention, and I don't think any
> > No, I don't know what this holds for the future of the
> of us will for quite a while. Obviously this will be very damagingto Mike's reputation even
> if he is eventually aquitted. I hope it's not the end of theComicon, but it's difficult to
> imagine Renee running the show by herself, even with the support ofthe staff. Let's all
> think positive thoughts and hope for the best.pocket: mail, news, photos &
> > ---------------------------------
> > Take the Internet to Go: Yahoo!Go puts the Internet in your
> more.always very nice people. I
> I only got to talk to the Georges here and there, but they were
> think this is shocking for us all. We love this con (I've gone toeveryone with my buddy
> Dave, it's a ritual for us), and it was well known how much theGeorges loved doing it for
> us. I hope we can get updates on the events to come. And I agree,until proven guilty, Mike
> is innocent. And that the killer is brought to justice. If youpray, prayers for Renee and the
> children can't hurt. I hope someone will let them know that we allare thinking of them.
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