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Old 02-11-2018, 08:24 PM   #1
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Default Possible Update on Ives/Henry Case

Local Arkansas news station claims they are having an update on the case this coming week. Apparently a witness has stepped forward.

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A story you'll only see on Channel 7. @KATVJason with the investigation and the new interview that will shed light on a story that most every Saline County resident has heard of. Next Thursday at 10, only on KATV.
Link to tweet: https://twitter.com/KATVNICK/status/962343269559668736

No idea how groundbreaking it will be, as I don't live in Arkansas. I just thought people here might be interested.
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Good they have it on camera, as every witness in the case appeared to meet suspicious ends in the ensuing years after.
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Nice. Will be looking forward to what this witness says.
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Nice. Will be looking forward to what this witness says.
I believe it is a former WWE wrestler who claimed he was working as an "enforcer" for a drug running operation. He said he was on drugs and needed money and that Barry Seal was the head of the drug running operation. He mentioned how a "politician" from Arkansas called him and told him they had a drop scheduled and needed muscle because someone had been stealing the money that was being dropped. This guy told him he thought it was the local cops that were stealing the money.

Most of the stuff he says has already been speculated in public (Seal, Arkansas "politicians", local attorneys and a bar owner). I wonder if he is just reading reports and trying to insert himself in this or whether he is legit. I guess we'll see.

Link to his Youtube confession: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6qsdisq-vs

Here he is fighting Macho Man Savage in the WWE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-aEOlf45r4

Would be a crazy story if true. I will remain skeptical because this guy has obviously had a lot of concussions in the WWE. No telling what his motives might be.
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I believe it is a former WWE wrestler who claimed he was working as an "enforcer" for a drug running operation. He said he was on drugs and needed money and that Barry Seal was the head of the drug running operation. He mentioned how a "politician" from Arkansas called him and told him they had a drop scheduled and needed muscle because someone had been stealing the money that was being dropped. This guy told him he thought it was the local cops that were stealing the money.

Most of the stuff he says has already been speculated in public (Seal, Arkansas "politicians", local attorneys and a bar owner). I wonder if he is just reading reports and trying to insert himself in this or whether he is legit. I guess we'll see.

Link to his Youtube confession: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6qsdisq-vs

Here he is fighting Macho Man Savage in the WWE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-aEOlf45r4

Would be a crazy story if true. I will remain skeptical because this guy has obviously had a lot of concussions in the WWE. No telling what his motives might be.

I would think even a local news station would do some decent due diligence on a source of info before using it to bring up an old case, esp. one as notorious as this.
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oh Lord, Billy Jack Haynes. That guy is a certifiable NUTCASE. I have his shoot interview where he basically threatens to kill Vince McMahon and blames every wrestler that has died in the last 20 years on Vince. To say that he has anger management issues would be putting it mildly.

He also claims to have info on the Michael Francke murder and how he was forced to leave the state of Oregon before he testified and how his father's life was threatened if he testified.

Crazy if he knows info on *two* UM cases, but somehow I would take anything this man says with a colossal grain of salt.
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I believe it is a former WWE wrestler who claimed he was working as an "enforcer" for a drug running operation.
Saw this and instantly knew it was going to be Billy Jack Haynes. I really hope there is more to this story than just his confession. He's got about as much credibility as Bigfoot sightings.
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Haynes is also asking for money via a gofundme page. Uh-huh.

I'm suspicious of any celebrity that resorts to gofundme.
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If I was that reporter, I'd be doing some major backpeddling right about now
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The sad thing is, if Haynes started peddling 'Bill & Hillary killed Henry & Ives', and other related nonsense, I'm not sure it would even rank among the 10 craziest things that man believes. He's mentally unhinged.

Henry & Ives were killed 8/23/87. Haynes was still hired by the World Wrestling Federation the week of Don & Kevin's murders. In fact, he wrestled that week, on 8/21/87 in Detroit and 8/25/87 in San Fran.

http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com/87.htm

Unknown why somebody making good money in the WWF would need to resort to a side job. Is he saying he wrestled in Detroit, was in Arkansas a couple days later, then in California a few days after that? I guess that's possible, but extremely unlikely.
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Saw this and instantly knew it was going to be Billy Jack Haynes. I really hope there is more to this story than just his confession. He's got about as much credibility as Bigfoot sightings.
I think Bigfoot sightings have more credibility. They haven't been followed by somebody saying that Chris Benoit killed his family because Nancy admitted that Daniel was actually Vince's son. Vince is apparently a sorcerer to make a kid that looks exactly like Chris.
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I think Bigfoot sightings have more credibility. They haven't been followed by somebody saying that Chris Benoit killed his family because Nancy admitted that Daniel was actually Vince's son. Vince is apparently a sorcerer to make a kid that looks exactly like Chris.
Speaking of Benoit, the fact that someone from Stamford, CT edited his wikipedia page on the night of the murders, has got to be one of the strangest coincidences of all time.
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The only credibility Billy Jack Haynes ever had was when he accused other wrestlers of steroid use and shared some info on the WWF ring boy scandal.

Sadly in recent years, this guy seems to be nothing more than a shill for attention (remember when he blamed Roddy Piper's death on Stone Cold Steve Austin?).
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Speaking of Benoit, the fact that someone from Stamford, CT edited his wikipedia page on the night of the murders, has got to be one of the strangest coincidences of all time.
Agreed. The Lapsed Fan has a very good Benoit podcast from over teh summer. It is split over three videos and is almost 10 hours long. The first video (about 4 hours) is worth a listen.
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The sad thing is, if Haynes started peddling 'Bill & Hillary killed Henry & Ives', and other related nonsense, I'm not sure it would even rank among the 10 craziest things that man believes. He's mentally unhinged.

Henry & Ives were killed 8/23/87. Haynes was still hired by the World Wrestling Federation the week of Don & Kevin's murders. In fact, he wrestled that week, on 8/21/87 in Detroit and 8/25/87 in San Fran.

http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com/87.htm

Unknown why somebody making good money in the WWF would need to resort to a side job. Is he saying he wrestled in Detroit, was in Arkansas a couple days later, then in California a few days after that? I guess that's possible, but extremely unlikely.
Not to make light, but have you ever heard the WWF's road schedule at that time? That sounds exactly like something they would do in the mid 80's.
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