Sunday, August 18, 2013

Matthew Fox/No Confidentiality

Yesterday we blogged about Ashley Fawn Greenhill, the stripper with an axe who was also Ron Wikkid Weems' sometime squeeze. Apparently Matthew Fox wanted her to be his. That's one of the two obvious reasons for his behavior. The other would be that Fox just couldn't resist involvement in a murder/dismemberment. We hope the latter isn't true.

Fox will have his day before the parole board on September 18th. Again, letters do count. Most of us can't be there in person, but we can write. If you have something to say about early release for Matthew Fox, here's your chance. If the Arx Mortis gravedigger doesn't make parole, his end of sentence date is October 21, 2015.

Alabama Board of Pardons & Paroles
301 South Ripley Street
PO Box 302405
Montgomery, Al 36130-2405
Telephone:  (334) 353-7771, 353-8067
FAX:  (334) 242-1809
Re: Matthew Richard Fox, AIS#289240


From a reader on Hershel Dale Graham:

Time to let the cat out of the bag, though I'm sure many of you know already. If it goes in print then maybe it'll make a difference. Personally there is not a thing that can be done to me for violating confidentiality as I am not a person that my career binds me to confidentiality.

The good Mr. Graham has been in therapy for some time. Mental health counseling, that kind of therapy. All of the information I am about to state comes from prior to the shooting, not after.

During group sessions (no, I do not attend - I merely am privy to the information, not a patient personally) Mr. Graham has stated on multiple occasions that he would like to kill someone just to know how it feels. However, he is not mentally disturbed enough to qualify these statements as simply the product of an unwell mind. What he was being treated for does not cover wanting to kill someone just to know what it is like.

He has made these statements repeatedly over the course of years.

What he did qualifies as premeditated as he has had years to plan this. He has made plenty of prior statements, and since he is mentally ill when he used the weapon he was violating the Brady Bill.

This crime was not manslaughter, as his prior statements in a confidential group therapy session clearly demonstrate that this was premeditated murder. He relied heavily on his HIPAA rights to conceal the information from the court and from the public. Several members of the public already knew, though, but that will not help in a court of law.

In short, what I am saying is that Graham is a slightly mentally ill man who violated Federal law by possessing a firearm which he used to murder someone long after he had clearly established a pattern that he would like to murder someone just for kicks.

If the locals don't feel like acting civilized in this matter it is a simple thing to notify the USDOJ about a Brady Bill violation that resulted in a death which the locals have yet to imprison the convicted and sentenced offender for. It could result in his immediate imprisonment and the investigation and possible removal of those involved in letting him remain free or giving an absurdly low sentence for such a clearly heinous offense.


The above statement confirms what we've heard from many. Whether contacting the Department of Justice would impact the case at this date, we have no idea. It is something to think about...



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