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Whats up with bride to be with cold feet?

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posted on May, 11 2005 @ 08:21 PM
I cant help it. I think its funny that this wonderful but confused highly religious woman that Sean Hannity and others tried to "save" from prosecution is apparently a bigger nut case than we all thought.

I heard that she's a compulsive thief...Has been busted before (correct me if i'm wrong)
I also heard she tried to start some fire years ago?
I'm hoping you have the real scoop because i missed it all..

I was hoping someone else would start a thread but havent seen one.


posted on May, 11 2005 @ 08:34 PM

Whats up with bride to be with cold feet?

Good question, Whenever all that went down the DA for here county or whatever said it would take awhile for him to find out all the info on her.
It was CNN sorry I cant find any info on it now.

He wants to run psych test, find out the 5 W's, find out everything so he can propose a fair punishment.

He said the only thing she did wrong was falsify legal documents and statements with the poilce. But of course he wants the county to be reimbursed for the 90k or something like that......he mentioned a hefty community services duty and other punishments along that nature.

posted on May, 11 2005 @ 08:37 PM
Thanks, Sporty, i've been dying to find out the latest scoop.

If he still wants to marry her and she has soooo many "issues" i think he should go into therapy himself!

posted on May, 11 2005 @ 09:46 PM

ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) -- A suburban Atlanta prosecutor said Sunday he would be less likely to bring charges against runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks if authorities determine she left spontaneously rather than planning her disappearance.

Quote from District Attorney Danny Porter

Porter said he was considering two charges: the misdemeanor of making a false report of a crime, or the felony of lying to public officials. The latter carries a five-year jail term.
"If it was premediated, I'm going to tend toward prosecution. If it was panic and spur of the moment, I'm going to tend away from it," he said.

I think she should be punished...but as much as some might say.

I think she just got the jitters, ran off and screwed up by lying to a cop......

[edit on 11/5/2005 by SportyMB]

posted on May, 13 2005 @ 10:46 PM
Her eyes alone give her away



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