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Indictment lists stabbing, arson as cause of death

April 27, 2013

MAYVILLE — An indictment handed up by a Chautauqua County grand jury details the grisly deaths of two well-known residents discovered last week in the town of Carroll....

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notalways

Apr-27-13 6:25 AM

Great job all involved!!! We don't need the details and I commend you for putting the investigation before the pressure to tell people everything right away!

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KeepinItReal4U

Apr-27-13 7:30 AM

Mr & Mrs Skinner are laid to rest now & all should respect that- including myself.I thought long & hard about the entire situation & yes I did put my feelings 1st about certain info not being told to the public for our safety issues & our possible assistance in locating perps & I shouldn't of jumped so fast to do so.WHY? 1st & foremost out of respect for the victims & their families & friends,then for the investigation to be as thourough as possible with no room for error so they don't leave 1 stone unturned-& if the law enforcement thought for 1 iota of a second that anybody elses life "could" be in danger then they would of acted accordingly & notified the public. In the long run by being tight lipped there is less room for the 4 lawyers to file any motions to have any evidence disallowed due to law enf. conduct or tainted evidence, or perps rights been violated in any way-shape-or form. GREAT WORK & DEDICATION.YOU ALL DESER

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KeepinItReal4U

Apr-27-13 7:32 AM

LAST SENTENCE TO MY ORIGINAL POST: You all deserve a key to the city & so much more.

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mywildirishrose

Apr-27-13 11:38 AM

KIRFUI think you are missing your REAL CALLING....Considering all the information that you hear, observe, monitor, discover and cogitate, you should humbly submit your services to the law enforcement agencies of this county. Your moniker could be called the "Carts Connection" and I have no doubt in my mind that would be be revered and feared and exhorted for your "under the radar" crimminal insight.

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mywildirishrose

Apr-27-13 11:54 AM

KIRFU... I think you are missing your REAL CALLING....Considering all the information that you hear, observe, monitor, discover and cogitate, you should humbly submit your services to the law enforcement agencies of this county. Your moniker could be called the "Carts Connection" and I have no doubt in my mind that would be revered and feared and exhorted for your "under the radar" criminal insight.

Oppps, my mouse hit the post comment button before I could correct my typos...grrrr

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KeepinItReal4U

Apr-27-13 5:20 PM

wildirishrose: please explain to me in plain English exactly what you are truly trying to say .I don't mean this in a snotty way, I just want to make sure which way to take your comment.Nothing more- nothing less..I just admitted I was wrong in how I commented on the original story & what truly was & is the main focus of the investigation & how the law enforcement & Foley are handling the info as tight lipped as they are(which I see now clearly is a good thing)..So I hope your comment is not negative towards me because at least I am WOMAN enough to ADMIT WHEN I AM WRONG,and I also apologize when I need to.I'm human just like everybody else who comments--even you.Have a great day..

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DKexpat

Apr-27-13 10:41 PM

Sometimes thers's something just about " an eye for an eye..."

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Christopher

Apr-29-13 1:37 PM

Actually, that "eye for an eye" thing is sadly misused. It was actually a call for moderation, that you don't kill somebody, for example, because he put out your eye, etc., etc. That being said, I'm highly in favor of the death penalty, at least in many cases, but with the assurance of that penalty being applied within 2 years, tops. The costs on average are WAY higher than Life Imprisonment. It's unfair, but it's reality. But then there's a lot I don't understand about the Law, from charges to penalties to repeated plea bargains for what seem to be open and shut cases.

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