Written by Clarke Kent
Justice is in the process of reviewing early accounts regarding Shellie’s murder and came across a scenario written by a personal friend TD. I believe this scenario was written within 2 weeks of Shellie’s murder on Aug 14, 2005. I had interviewed TD who is a dear friend of Bill’s and both Navy officers. Bill now is humorous but at the time of occurrence it was a daring episode in the cold war. Please see exhibit A and B which introduces the email that Bill sent Lt Dennis Herbert on March 15, 2006 about 6 months after Shellie’s murder. When you read his early scenario you can see some errors, however he introduces again the early CrimeStoppers telephone call that appeared to him to stand out because of the unsolicited evidence called in. TD in fact in the scenario asks the question “Why was the call made to Crime Stoppers providing unsolicited evidence?” It is a question that is worth reviewing and consideration. It infers that CT was with someone not identified (possibly Devon) at the time at 4 AM at his house there by establishing an alibi. Why was someone a day after Shellie’s murder on early Sunday morning calling Crime Stoppers at the days after with info about someone being at his home at the approx time of Shellie’s murder? While TD account of his scenario has inaccuracies is there any reason to question why someone purposely called to establish an alibi. Does it have any validity. CT hope you can respond.
Exhibit A will go up tomorrow when it can be redacted. It is nothing more than an the front page of the email with just the names of Bill and TD and Det Herbert.