Keep on sharing memories of Kenneth McDavid and Paul Vados.
Let's protest and remember the two homeless guys off the streets of Los Angeles whom two ladies took care of for two years before running ...
Let's protest and remember the two homeless guys off the streets of Los Angeles whom two ladies took care of for two years before running them over to collect insurance claims.
Greed is an ugly thing. These homeless deserve better.
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I was young, and our families unfortunately didn't see each other much.
However, Ken was a great cook and wonderful singer. My cousins, aunt and uncles all were beautiful and amazing. I love them all. Ken would've agreed with that sentiment, I feel.
2 weeks, 2 days
This is how I remember my brother Ken. He worked as a DJ for several radio stations and was aspiring to be a motion picture screen writer.
My brother Kenneth (Ken) and I shared many of the same interests and dreams growing up together. We both believed in a world where people actually cared for one another. I think of him each and every day and I miss him greatly. I truly believe that Ken is in a better world now than the one he departed from. My heart is with him always along with all others who never realize their dreams of a better world here on earth.
Thank you, Melanie, for this fine oppurtunity, and thank you Roxanne, for me to show respect for my lost brother, Kenneth. I miss him so much.
My memory of Kenneth Edward McDavid is he wanted to be friends. He wanted to know truth. He was funny. He was so talented and so smart. His nephew and neice from his siter loved kenneth and he loved his siblings children. He bought my first childen, Kevin, a minature schnauzer for $425 for 2 yr. old Kevin Heath. We were shocked that he spent that much to please his little nephew, who is now 35 yrs. old. Kenneth was a good person and needed the right help as we all deserve and do need.
It took extreme amount of love for my sister to come forward for my brother, Kenneth. We all need to care about homeless people. We all need to show compassion. By: Dianne M. Heath
I hope that you will join me in showing your deep disgust for people who think they are worth more than others. It is a shock to see what happened here.
These older women planned it carefully and repeated the disgusting act twice.
We should pay respect to the homeless men that had to give their lives, so these crazy witches could cash money. Maybe stand still today for all those homeless in our cities. There are too many of them.
PlusElderly 'Black Widows' Get Life SentencesElderly 'Black Widows' Get Life SentencesThe Associated PressTwo elderly women sat stony-faced as a judge denounced their greed Tuesday and sentenced them to spend the rest of their lives in prison for murdering two indigent men to collect insurance policies taken out on their lives. (July 15)[Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] [Notes:Dateline: Los Angeles]Two elderly women will spend the rest of their lives in prison.That's after being convicted for murdering two indigent
Sugar and spice and all things nice? Yet more proof that everything you'd been taught about women's 'moral superiority' is utterly mendacious.
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