Written by Clark Kent
Is it relevant to her murder or just teenage overreacting. Justice information on the fight/argument is garnered by what BB has transmitted to Justice via our website and interviews. There is, however, a third person who was present during part of the “last argument.” MF, the 7-Eleven clerk the night/morning of Shellie’s murder was present as he was in BB’s car on the way to Pembroke Mall when the argument erupted. Sellie had asked BB to pick MF up and mentioned “she needed to talk to me about something upsetting her apparently someone who I don’t talk to no more. It was a person that BB befriended and in fact got him employment at BK. His nae was Jeremy and apparently he spent the night over BB’s house and overheard a conversation with a female friend of BB, his ex from 5th grade from S. Carolina. BB told her he loved her “but only as a friend, u kno” because he knew her for many years. Jeremy misinterpreted the overheard conversation and was eager to tell Shellie which he had the next day at Burger King.
Jeremy’s motivation is suspect, however he probably wanted to score some brownie points and advance his own agenda with Shellie. SO according to BB the whole argument concerned Shellie’s jealousy that BB was cheating on her. Was it a misunderstanding by Jeremy or did he have his agenda? Was Shellie really jealous of BB cheating (especially with what she was pulling off with other males) or was it teenagers acting like teenagers? My response, why couldn’t BB expain it like he did for Ravenwolf in her interview via phone with him in 2006. Shellie, as BB explained took off her rings and was upset. BB on Ravenwolf interview confessed “then later I was hurt after she apologized and I was being selfish just not accepting her apology.’
Now lets analyze what BB said, of course we don’t have Shellie’s version, however we have MF’s presence, however Justice has been unsuccessful at arranging a meeting with him, so we only know BB’s version. Justice finds his version consistent over the years.
Now we sleuths have to navigate between the lines and find the truth. We’re talking about a murder in the same sense we’re evaluating the argument. It’s difficult to imagine a teenage dispute/argument/fight without BB explaining so succinctly in Ravenwolf’s interview that it was an old girlfriend from elementary school that are still friends. Something did not take place in the communication between the two, where it by design or strategy. Was Shellie overreaching and argumentative to hide her own private adventures and trying to put BB on the defensive.
Did BB purposely let Jeremy hear the SC 5th grade friend manipulate the situation to take any infidelity disputes from her own behavior and put BB in the position of defending his own innocent behavior? Shellie controlled the relationship and as we now know, did what was in her best interests irrespective of BB finding out or did BB know what was happening and put up with it to salvage the relationship?
Justice is attaching 2 exhibits A and B. Exhibit A is from #431, dated 12/2011 fro WS/Justice for Shellie and Exhibit B is a written conversation between Ravenwolf and BB on 3/14/06 transcribed the way BB talked to Ravenwolf. Readers let’s hear from you on the argument issue.