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Hennis had no motive. And surely he wouldn't have been stupid enough to take and use her ATM card, and then cooperate so fully with the police, not knowing if someone saw him or if the bank had cameras.
At 6'4" and blond, he was not exactly not noticeable. Can't explain the DNA match because I think the consensual sex story was an attempt to spare his life unless there was more hanky panky by the lab and DA, which had already withheld information.
Why would they not test all of the evidence? I managed an air force facility for ten years. I will explain why military investigators are really inept in their duties.
I had. CID come to my facility in Most military officers rarely are involved with serious crimes. I just watched a documentary about this guy and I'm really unsure of his guilt because of all the outside evidence was mishandled.
I was so struck by the ineptitude of the author of this article, as to grammar and sentence structure, that I was unable to form an opinion as to guilt or innocence because the facts of the article could be called into question due to errors in subject matter.
Of course he's guilty. I think the military tried him for a reason. They have their own DNA lists of members, right?
I'm sure there's a way for them to access civilian databases, though. He was a violent rapist who beat the system at first.
You think he wasn't going to do it again??? When he was cleared, the first time he went on to a lengthy career in the military. Moving about freely, and being assigned overseas two or three times.
IE: being assigned to "other" bases no doubt to put some distance between him and the "problem". IE: 9 serial rapes unsolved a mere few miles from Hill AFB where the victims lived, but were attacked inside their homes, some children brutally and at length IE: Maybe Military recon training and huge ego helped him "keep" getting away with it.
Dna was obtained from most of those victims and they matched each other. No matches in codis, etc. Rough timeline fits with the rapes but the military is not going to give up where the guy was stationed all those years.
They probably checked his paperwork. Put him on death row to hide connections to the Utah Rapes????? I only heard of this case a little more than three years ago when I was assigned to the Corps Material Management center, Fort Lewis Washington where Timothy Hennis was the 1st Sergeant.
I was a Chief Warrant Officer three at the time, and of the routine dealings with the 1SG in training and unit interactions, he seemed calm and easy going.
That is why when I heard about this years later when my wife who was stationed with me in another unit at Fort Lewis, told me about and article she saw in the Army Times about my ex-1SG Timothy Hennis.
I didn't believe it was the same Timothy Hennis until I saw the photos, and while the Timothy Hennis I knew was balding with little hair on the top, the face was recognizable.
It just goes to show, nobody ever really knows anyone, dark secrets can be undetected for decades or a lifetime. As far as my observation, he was a normal acting person, but then again, most sociopaths can avoid detection for years before finally getting caught.
I read where someone was commenting on the military going after him when the criminal courts couldn't convict him. Here is why the military intervened.
Having been acquitted of 1st degree murder in the criminal court years before DNA was being used as evidence in criminal proceedings, the criminal courts could not try him again just because they had conclusive evidence of his DNA at the crime scene.
The military recalled him to active duty and tried him in the military courts with a jury of his peers, because a military court is sovereign over the state 's court and does not have to consider double jeopardy.
There are only two entities that know beyond a doubt if Timothy Hennis perpetrated this horrific crime. One of them is Timothy Hennis, and the other is God and it doesn't really matter what justice someone receives here the real court is yet to come.
Someone said strangers don't murder people that violently and that it was personal as in the husband, here's a news flash.
Sociopaths are cold calculating killers and when they do snap, or act out their devious crimes, they often never met the person they end up killing because that is what serial killers do.
He deserves to spend the rest of his shitty life in jail. Im sure this wasn't his only crime. He with no doubt in my mind probably committed other violent crimes while serving over seas.
I have seen two documentaries on this case. The first was some years ago, and was made before the third trial; the second was made after the third trial.
That first documentary portrayed Hennis as obviously innocent; the second portrayed him as obviously guilty! How is that possible? Two ways come to mind.
What new evidence had come to light in the interim? Apparently just that DNA. While DNA is a powerful tool, it has its limitations.
It could have been innocently left there; the crime lab might have made a mistake or been negligent; or maybe evidence was planted.
So DNA evidence can be challenged, just like any other evidence can be challenged. Reading the evidence described in the above article for the first trial, how could that jury have convicted him?
Here's the thing. If he was guilty there is no way he walks down to the police station and turns himself in.
Witnesses have all been proven to be wrong. The shoes don't fit. The only thing that seems to point is the DNA.
Also question must be is why did the military go after this guy when the courts let him go. They wanted this solved, and this is why.
Another of their own was responsible. We often assume that the rape was a brutal event followed by another brutal event; the murder.
But that is an assumption that is not always true. I've got 2 theories They were going to Europe, and my guess is that there was a young lady there.
The husband was not to intent on bringing his family. He left one alive to remove suspicion from him. He and his wife had sex to make it look like rape as well.
He came home unexpectedly Strangers don't commit crimes like this. This was a crime of passion. It was the husband. And the army knows it.
He likely had a few more friends than poor Hennis. My guess is that DNA was either planted or bogus, and Hennis realized what they were gunning for him, so he'd better come up with a reason for his DNA.
So there you go. So, this is the first time I have ever posted here, well, anywhere for that matter. I do not claim to be any type of expert.
I have been witnesses in trials for both the prosecution and defense, and I have served as a jury member for several trials, two of which were murder trials.
If it is reasonable to doubt the prosecution's argument, you must pronounce the defendant not guilty. It may suck, but that is the rule, law, or what have you.
The quality of it from the photo was terrible, and it doesn't appear that the evidence in this case was well protected.
My other issue with this evidence is; how in the world is one man's semen and another man's pubic hair found in the same place?
That just doesn't work. And with the vast databases that are available, why do they not know who the skin and hairs belong to? Do we even know if Timothy had consensual sex with Mrs.
He didn't say that he did, his attorney said it. People see what they want to see, hear what they want to hear, and commit word vomit without thinking it through.
Hennis, there was literally no other suspect. They came to a screeching halt, and now they have to make that work If I was on that jury, I would absolutely, unequivocally vote not guilty, by reasonable doubt.
To put it simply, one man's semen and another man's pubic hair found in the same spot, does not work, and evidently the semen swab was only a partial sample, so it could reasonably have been manufactured.
If I were Mr Eastburn, I would feel very let down. If they wouldn't have put all of their eggs in the Mr Hennis basket, they may have well, solved this case a very long while ago.
Yes I believe he killed the Eastburn family. The reason is that he had abnormal sexual desires and could not stop himself.
After rape he wanted to conceal his traced by killing Mrs Eastburn and girls. Girls became victims because of their encounter when he came for Dixie.
According to the book "Innocent Victims," Hennis has never said they had sex. That was his lawyer during closing arguments.
I trust the book over this article. This article has a few other details that conflict with the book as well. The prosecutors in Fayetteville tried to frame him from the start, as was brought before the judge in the second trial.
I am suspicious about the authenticity of that swab. Read the book. All the evidence needs to be tested for DNA, which has not been done.
The military judge would not allow it. All leads need to be better investigated, especially the former Winn-Dixie worker who had scratches on his face.
This entire case has been a disaster from the beginning. I honestly don't think Hennis has received a fair trial, never mind the double jeopardy angle.
Vicki, I agree. I don't like this conviction. Wouldn't be the first time that the murder of an Army wife and two daughters was screwed up, would it?
Again, as in the MacDonald case, we have a host of evidence pointing to reasonable doubt if not outright innocence being ignored when it didn't meet the agenda of prosecutors.
I'm starting to feel like Fayetteville police and Army CID just like convictions whether or not they're solid and true. I wish this article hadn't slanted Jeffrey MacDonald as guilty.
Decades have passed since those murders and there's some pretty convincing evidence of his innocence. He's spent decades working against the court of public opinion which was convinced of his guilt by yet another writer, Joe McGuinness, author of "Fatal Vision.
Writers really need to be more careful when they write or it could end up costing them. There might be reasonable doubt No, I do not!
Based on what I read there is no way he was found guilty without reasonable doubt. Holding back a sexual encounter does not make him.
Was Justice aserved no. Hernis is paying for a crime committed by the USArmy, they needed to solve this. This J.
McDonald fascination by J. Cernaik and a step brother who was a T. Hennis doppelgänger all to rich for me. Not guilty. There's too much doubt to send someone to death row after being convicted in 1st trial then acquitted in 2nd trial.
DNA is prosecutor best weapon but when it don't work in there favour they then tell you its unreliable. The witness who came forward to say it was him that was seen that looked the double of Tim hennis, as he been questioned on his about his movements on the said day and has he had his DNA taken a tested?
I have followed this case from the beginning, and always thought he was guilty. I have read books on this case and was disgusted when he was acquitted.
Tim did not kill these people. I did. I took advantage of the corruption of NC crime lab. Did investigators ever consider Patrick Cone as a suspect?
Could he have described Hennis in order to exonerate himself? If that were true it would have rendered no result not Tim's DNA.
He's guilty of having sex with her, but the killer is obviously the one who left DNA under hers and her daughter's fingernails. That DNA does not belong to Hennis.
What is going on here? I do see the reasonable doubt thing. Had he not come out and claimed all those years later that they had consensual sex, I could not have found him guilty.
I think they should have looked at the babysitter a little bit more. Unfortunately I guess after my other comment, I don't know. I don't know the details of the victim's life.
If she did things like that, I don't know. But based on his own admission of having had sex when they said she was raped, and there's a way to show consensual vs rape, I still would have to go with guilty.
Though there are too many unanswered questions. Some things we never know the whole truth. This obviously is one of those cases. I thought he was innocent until he claimed they had consensual sex.
That did it for me. As soon as he knew DNA could identify him, he changed his story. Dirty SOB anyway.
I do see why the second trial jury found him not guilty. Too many discrepancies in the testimonies of so called witnesses but the DNA and lying about it for all those years.
If they had consensual sex, I don't think you would forget or lie about it when you know they are looking at you as the suspect.
Well hopefully he gets his comeuppance soon! The last part was incomplete. As far as I know, Tim's lawyer threw out the possibility of consensual sex in the closing argument.
I have not heard that Tim actually said that. The lawyer said the jurors might consider that. I'm still not clear if Tim said it or his lawyer said it without his permission and you don't make a fuss by protesting in a court martial.
Also, they magically found a brand new swab for the DNA? Prejudicial isn't it to mark victim's evidence with the pet suspect's name?
When are they going to separate suspect samples from crime scene evidence material so that workers in the lab can't be chummy with the police and 'help' them get who they want?
Remember that note in the Making a Murderer case who may have done it, not sure where the cop asks the lab worker to 'put Halsbach in the suspect's garage?
This would help everyone, the suspects and the prosecutors so they won't be accused of planting forensic evidence which is a growing problem.
Happened in Nebraska recently in that family murder. The DNA evidence in this case is troublesome. What the state lab came up with is vastly different than the army results.
Trillion odds vs. Hundred level odds can't even narrow down race. I question how the DNA sample they suddenly found was still good under the conditions it was stored under.
The second trial had said all the sample had been used up. The lab in NC has been audited and got in huge trouble. Was investigated for workers skewing results, falsifying reports etc to gain conviction of the state's favorite suspect.
They were proven to have helped convict 2 people falsely of murder. The worker who worked Tim's case was fired for unethical activity.
And it's this same lab who got those trillion results after they magically found a new sample. Like it or not, there is evidence that does not match Hennis.
Definitive evidence there of a cleanup of size 9 shoeprints in blood, plus blood and hair evidence that didn't match. There is dna under the fingernails of Katie and one of the daughters that does not match Tim but matches each other.
That is powerful evidence. So either Tim had somebody else with him or the perp was someone else entirely, possibly the people spotted in the van by several witnesses.
His sister lived around the corner from the Eastburn house. The weird phone calls to Katie and to the newspaper carrier said "I live around the corner and I'm coming to see you".
The babysitter's brothers DNA wasn't tested. What about the drug ties to Julie as well? She planned a drug deal which was a set up at the Eastburn house the Friday of the murders, for God's sake?
Don't think the van people couldn't have been these drug people who figured out she was a narc but didn't realize she was just the babysitter?
Or maybe the DEA don't want it out that a murder of 3 people occurred when they let one of their deals be set up in an innocent person's house?
Deal didn't go through as Julie's Mom stopped her from doing it, but it was going to take place the very weekend of the murders.
Also, we have a similar murder taking place while Tim was in jail of a woman leaving a crying child alive. She had put an ad in the same paper to sell a water bed.
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To Catch A Killer While investigators was searching the home at Summer Hill Road for viable clues to identify the killer, a young black man named Patrick Cone approached them and said that he had seen a man leaving the residence three nights ago — which would have been the same night of the murders.
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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.Wer wie Hennis keine akademische Hennis gegründet hat, sondern als einflussreiche Figur und eine Art Solitär einen Strang der Politischen Kultur der Bundesrepublik repräsentiert und geprägt hat, verdient mehr als eine Standardrezension. Aber völlig zu Recht wird Beste Spielothek in Plaggenkrug finden, dass das Denken von Hennis um die parlamentarische Republik und deren Stabilität im politischen Sinne kreist, die zwar weitreichende rechtliche Voraussetzungen hat, aber darin gerade nicht aufgeht. Wer altliberale Einstellungen, und davon Achtelfinale Em Spielplan Hennis viel neben einem traditionell republikanischen Zug in sich, für perdu hält, sollte sich durch seine Schriften eines Besseren belehren lassen. Nach Assistentenjahren in der Politik bei Skl Gewinner Arndt und in der Politikwissenschaft bei Carlo Schmid wandte Hennis sich ganz Girocard Paypal Politikwissenschaft zu und habilitierte sich an der Universität Frankfurt. University of Freiburg. Search Site only in current section.