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Thieves, Con Men  free pdf THE PRISONER NOBODY WANTED! It all started in Wynne, Arkansas. Judge Harold Casoaer stared sternly at the lovely young defendant: "Blanche Palmer, you stand convicted of the murder of your common-law husband, Charles Turain. "Therefore it is the judgment of this court that you serve the next 21 years in the Arkansas State Penitentiary at Little Rock." Two days later, Sheriff E. L. Cooper and his comely prisoner arrived in Little Rock. They were met at the railroad station by Arkansas Gazette reporter Joe Wirges who drove them to the prison. The guard at the penitentiary gate carefully checked the court order handed him by Sheriff Cooper. "I'm sorry," he said, "but I can't accept this prisoner." "What do you mean you can't accept her! "Why not?" "Because, sir, this is a prison for men only. "She has to be taken to the State Farm at Jacksonville." The Sheriff was getting angry. "I don't care where she should go," he snapped. "The court's commitment order says the Arkansas State Penitentiary at Little Rock. "I've brought her here and here's where I leave her!" The guard shrugged and slammed the barred gate in Cooper's face. By now thoroughly frustrated, the Sheriff shouted: "Okay. "She's out here! "I've fulfilled my obligation. "She's all yours!" He promptly removed the handcuffs from the wrists of his bewildered prisoner. "What'll I do now?" the woman asked with an ambivalent voice. "I don't care what you do, madam. "They evidently don't want you in this prison. "Do as you damn well please!" She glanced at Wirges and asked: "Would you please drive me back to the station?" "Of course," he responded, "hop in." Blanche Palmer wasted no time getting in his automobile. A train was scheduled to depart soon after they arrived. Looking as radiant as would any woman from whom 21 years had just dropped, the one-time prisoner waved happily as the train left the station. That was on September 13, 1923. Blanche Palmer was never seen or heard from again. This is what Thieves, Con Men,

About Robert W Pelton

Robert W. Pelton has been writing and lecturing for more than 45 years on religious, political and historical subjects. He has taught freelance writing at the University of Tennessee, done much research on minority religions and published other important documentaries including Snake Handlers - God Fearers or Fanatics? and The Persecuted Prophets. Mr. Pelton has published more than 100 books including a brand new four book series called Chronicles of Demonic Evil which contains Confrontations with the Devil- Demons, Possession and Exorcism- Unmasking Satan

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Author : Robert W Pelton
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 26 June 2012
ISBN : 1478155515
EAN : 9781478155515
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 374 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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