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W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: Startling Confession To Curtis Flowers' Mom From Murder Victim's Daughter...A Must Listen!!!

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 W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: Startling Confession To Curtis Flowers' Mom From Murder Victim's Daughter...A Must Listen!!! 7/14/2010


In 1999, during a recess at the third Curtis Flowers trial in Gulfport, MS, Ms. Lola Flowers, the mother of Curtis Flowers, got a startling and very disturbing confession from Mrs. Roxanne Ballard, the daughter of murder victim and business owner Bertha Tardy…Roxanne Ballard originally told the police that Curtis Flowers killed her mom and her three employees at the Tardy Furniture Store on July 16, 1996…What is strange about that accusation is that Roxanne never met Curtis before and only based her assumption on his last paycheck being on her slain mother’s office desk…Roxanne comes clean with Ms. Flowers by allegedly telling her the following: “We don’t think Curtis kill them but we believe he know who

On June 7, 2010, Curtis Flowers became the first capital defendant in U.S. Judicial History to be tried 6 times for the same crime with the same evidence.

For More Information On The
Curtis Flowers Case Check Out The Following:

"The Crucifixion Of Curtis Flowers: Tried 6 Times For The Same Crime & Sentenced To Death!!!" 7/14/2010

"The Persecution Of Curtis Flowers: Only Person In U.S. History Tried 6 Times For The Same Crime!!!" 5/5/2010

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Anonymous said...

I live in Winona, MS. I believe Bertha Tardy's husband is guilty and killed them. Why? He was absent on that day of the trial since they began the business. All of the sudden, he was absent that day. No one ever questioned him where was he the day of this murder, why was he all of a sudden absent; etc. It is well known in this town that she was about divorce him and/or put him in the nursing home. Whites are always killing each other about things like this. I believe him and Bertha's son-in-law were involved in the murder of these people not Curtis. This case should be taken to the U.S. Supreme Court and to the International Court if they must have to.