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  • robroy
    August 08, 2012 - 05:55

    I WOULD LIKE TO ASK Ms GILLINGHAN TO ASNSWER TO THE PUBLIC WHY IT IS NESSESSARY TO MENTION THAT""The son of the woman whose body was recently found in a Paradise field is no stranger to police. HAD TO BE THE START OF HER COLUMN. WHY DOES IT MATTER TO ME THAT JOSEPH RICE'S MOTHER WAS THE ONE FOUND IN THE WOODS.ITS BEYOND MY TRAIN OF THOUGHTS.IF SHE WERE ALIVE WOULD YOU BE SAYING pATRICIARICE'S SON IS NO STRANGER TO POLICE ???????

  • tally
    August 07, 2012 - 12:12

    this article does lead one to believe that that son has something to do with the death of the lady.

  • JOJO
    August 07, 2012 - 09:01

    I can't believe the sentences he received, especially for repeat offences. This guy should have been locked up long ago....and for a very long time!!

  • Ron Tizzard
    August 07, 2012 - 08:27

    The son of the woman whose body was recently found in a Paradise field is no stranger to police. Joseph Rice of Paradise has a lengthy criminal record, was the opening volvo, in this column. Which begs the question....So what? Is there a subliminal attempt to get ahead of a potential news story 'down the road' that Joe is a suspect, or indeed might be tried for his mother's death? Or, was it a 'slow news-story' kind of day for rgillingham? Should Joe Rice go to trial...how tainted are his waters... a potential murderer of his mother! Sounds needlessly and prematurely inciteful to me!

  • Jay
    August 07, 2012 - 07:51

    Wow such light sentences for all those (and sometimes repeat) offences. Was it kangaroo court he attended all those times????

  • Frank
    August 07, 2012 - 07:07

    Now here is a real upstanding member of society!

  • Paul
    August 07, 2012 - 07:06

    Just another day at the office for this guy .

  • well
    August 07, 2012 - 06:48

    why is the telegram making this about his mother , rather then him?