Would A Look Into The Past Provide Answers?

Submitted by g8trgirl on 2009/05/19 at 7:11pm

SilenceDogood…..do you know if Rat Trahan, Sheila Comeaux and the others that have died violent deaths in JDP in recent years knew and/or associated with Frankie Richard?

Submitted by SilenceDogood on 2009/05/21 at 11:17am

g8 … Sorry but I just read your question regarding Sheila Comeaux, Rat Trahan, etc., knowing F. Richard. Yes, they knew one another. There are also more threads to connect that are not mentioned on this site.

by SilenceDogood on 2009/05/21 at 10:59am

I wouldn’t get too optimistic about the state attorney general.  Really and truly, I wonder if the state AG isn’t part of the cover-up; or else, we’d have been assisted in solving these crimes years ago.  By “these crimes”, I also refer to those that took place long before Loretta Chaisson’s death.  As many here know, I do NOT consider her to be the first victim, but only one in a series of victims, going back for years. Continue reading


Diamond in a Bucket of Ice

by SilenceDogood, on 2009/03/31 at 9:03pm

A torch is always carried and can’t be dropped, especially in Jeff Davis Parish where powerful people can’t seem to stand strong and say no. We know that corruption is a way of life in our parish and has been for generations. It’s sickening when we turn a deaf Corruptionear to the obvious truth.

We shouldn’t close our minds just because a serial (or sequence) has apparently been utilized in these murders. Any killer(s) who can evade the public for several years would be wise enough to use the appearance of sequential murders just to accomplish and cover one or two that were performed for more substantive reasons. I say “evade the public” because I truly believe that local officials are not being fooled or misled at all. Continue reading

We Are A Blind And Complacent People

by SilenceDogood, on March 20th, 2009 at 12:10 PM

I still contend that we are doing an injustice by focusing only on these most recent seven deaths. This is a service to murderers from the past. The most recent murders may have sparked some public interest but this has been going on for many years without much concern at all. There are far more unsolved murders in this parish that are becoming hazy memories, of which public concern is rapidly dwindling. This, I believe, is exactly what killers and other criminals want and in many cases, what several instigators hope for. Continue reading

I Really Liked The Sound Of This

heaven7, on March 18th, 2009 at 10:47 PM Said:

ahlou – Do you know that Rev. Masters from First Baptist Church is also planning a block party next month and do you know where this is suppose to be happening on South Main. So Rev. Masters is also trying to do for this community as well.

Praying never hurts, it can help also you don’t have to state a position when you pray you just have to believe and have faith. We as the public of jennings we need to stand together and take back our town if we want it to happen it has to be up to us.

So take a stand don’t let the bad people of this town keep knocking this town down this town was once a great town and it still can be. But for change to happen people have to get up and do something about it.

So if you want to do something get involved with this town everyone from the south side of the tracks to the north side it does not matter what side we all have to work together to make this a better place.

Seeking Justice

Kirk Menard
Submitted on
2009/02/23 at 8:50pm

We reluctantly accepted this case at first because we knew it was complex and this was our first homicide case. But the families persisted because they knew that we did not cave into pressure and was not involved in local politics.  Now, we are glad that we accepted the case. The families have been wonderful and more than patient. Not a day goes by that I don’t hope that phone will ring with answers, or they’ve made an arrest, or they have new leads but it doesn’t come but I keep hoping. Continue reading

About Not Pushing For An Arrest

Menard and Silence offer their insights on the subject of pushing for an arrest in unsolved cases such as those plaguing Jeff Davis Parish.

Kirk Menard
Submitted on 2009/02/20 at 2:22pm

One of my biggest fears is that LE catches someone for the unsolved homicides and either its not the person or persons responsible or it’s only someone partially responsible. Continue reading

Detractive Labling

Submitted on February 26th, 2009 at 6:08 PM

I am very concerned about many of the comments that refer to these seven murders. First, there are NUMEROUS unsolved murders that have taken place since Mr. Edwards took office; far more than the most recent seven.  To focus on these is taking badly needed attention away from those that preceded the seven. Continue reading