There has been a long continuing dispute going among Cottrill family members of whether Ruth Mitchell should be allowed to stay in the residence, but the 4 to 1 Supreme Court decision put a stop to those debates. Those opposing family members which included Venita Cottrill-Murphy and her husband Mike Murphy appealed the Supreme Court decision (which is almost always a futile effort,) however they would not give up the legal battle—And then, after the decision allegedly sold the property to Richard Neal for $23,000 cash and a 1968 Camaro totalling to $40,000, when the property was once appraised at over 200,000 dollars.
After the Supreme Court decision, tempers flared and threats were made to burn Ruth Mitchell out of the residence if she did not leave on her own, and Richard Neal who the Gilmer County Commission let take possession of one or two of the homes on the property without a proper deed, shot one of Ruth Mitchells dogs and the local Sheriff did not even speak to Mr. Neal about the murder of the animal. Neal was never arrested for animal cruelty. Neal continued to make threats and threaten other members of the Cottrill family when they came to visit Ruth Mitchell.
By Editor Edison- CalPatty Press Editor for Revenge of the Ghost Wolf
TIME TO ELECT A CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE ON MAY 10th, by then we will run some old cases by you that prove MISCONDUCT by Judge Facemire, Sheriff Metz, and the current Sheriff Gerwig.
Larry Gerwig started lying on the stand which can be proven as far back as the famous “Travesty of Justice,” case, when he said OLD USED RUSTED FARM EQUIPMENT purchased in 1980(purchase order located could be used to prosecute Gerwig and Metz both) was BRAND NEW and worth thousands of dollars! What a fucking LIAR Gerwig was then, and what a fucking LIAR Gerwig is now. On that same case he let Roanna Rafferty from Cocoa Beach FLA come to court and lie about owning 1/6th of 112 acres of surface property near the Calhoun County line, Metz, and Gerwig worked with the County Clerk…
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