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post Jun 10 2016, 05:27 AM
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As one of the closet relatives of Stacey I can tell you I am disgusted and so is my family on how this has turned out,yes there may have been some speed bumps in the process. But to dimiss this case on grounds of a CR-4 motion is crazy.

Let's look into all the delay's the SOB and his attorney's have made,from asking for extension after extension to asking for judges to reculse themselves, delay after delay as we the family have waited for 3 1/2 years for some justice to be done. But NO now this POS gets to say he is a free man well in my eyes this is bullshit. I hope that some day we go to Appeals court and he will sit in front of a jury and have to look at the photos that we saw of Stacey lying there with 2 bullet holes in her body YES 2. And the blood that covered her and this POS has no remorse did he ever try to contact myself or anyone in the family NO !!!.

When I stood there at Stacey's funeral and the POS family comes up to me and says is so sad that drugs and alcohol were involved, I say to them kiss my ass Larkin family and all your nose pointed up in the air friends. May you have a shitty rest of your lives. Telling everyone your poor Johnny did nothing wrong BULLSHIT ! He pulled the trigger on the gun did he stop after the first shot and think to himself what did I do NO he fires a second shot into the mother of his children. And then leaves her in the closet to DIE !!! He doesn't have the balls to try to help her or sit by her body no, he probaly started calling his family to say what he did to try to get the ball rolling for his defense.

This will not be my last rant about the POS SOB no it won't.

I ask the residents of Long Beach and the surrounding communities to let there voices be heard,let the politicians know how out raged the family and yourselfs are. Let people know that there is a MURDERER living at 2913 Lothair Way Long Beach In. Yes let people know !!!!!.

On behalf of myself and my family we thank everyone who has stood by us from the beginning of this tragic event and still stands with us. Until hopefully justice will be served.

Brother of Stacey Simon
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post Jun 10 2016, 09:09 AM
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QUOTE(Disappointed @ Jun 10 2016, 06:27 AM) *

As one of the closet relatives of Stacey I can tell you I am disgusted and so is my family on how this has turned out,yes there may have been some speed bumps in the process. But to dimiss this case on grounds of a CR-4 motion is crazy.

Let's look into all the delay's the SOB and his attorney's have made,from asking for extension after extension to asking for judges to reculse themselves, delay after delay as we the family have waited for 3 1/2 years for some justice to be done. But NO now this POS gets to say he is a free man well in my eyes this is bullshit. I hope that some day we go to Appeals court and he will sit in front of a jury and have to look at the photos that we saw of Stacey lying there with 2 bullet holes in her body YES 2. And the blood that covered her and this POS has no remorse did he ever try to contact myself or anyone in the family NO !!!.

When I stood there at Stacey's funeral and the POS family comes up to me and says is so sad that drugs and alcohol were involved, I say to them kiss my ass Larkin family and all your nose pointed up in the air friends. May you have a shitty rest of your lives. Telling everyone your poor Johnny did nothing wrong BULLSHIT ! He pulled the trigger on the gun did he stop after the first shot and think to himself what did I do NO he fires a second shot into the mother of his children. And then leaves her in the closet to DIE !!! He doesn't have the balls to try to help her or sit by her body no, he probaly started calling his family to say what he did to try to get the ball rolling for his defense.

This will not be my last rant about the POS SOB no it won't.

I ask the residents of Long Beach and the surrounding communities to let there voices be heard,let the politicians know how out raged the family and yourselfs are. Let people know that there is a MURDERER living at 2913 Lothair Way Long Beach In. Yes let people know !!!!!.

On behalf of myself and my family we thank everyone who has stood by us from the beginning of this tragic event and still stands with us. Until hopefully justice will be served.

Brother of Stacey Simon



I can only says that you, your family, Stacey and Stacey's friends were horribly wronged during by the travesty that is the Indiana judicial system. John may be pleased that he finally found a judge who would let him go on what are misrepresented technicalities. If John is ever (God willing) judged on the merits[i] of the case he will either be in prison or in hell. I for one hope that judgement day will come right swift.
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post Jun 10 2016, 10:03 PM
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Being the one aunt Stacey talked to on a daily basis, we discussed many things that were wrong in the marriage,. One always being that John constantly threatened her by telling her that if she ever left him she would never see her children again well he actually made this happen but he had to kill her to do so.

Stacey was a giving, loving person. She was mentally abused by John and his mother I witnessed many degrading comments she endured from Karen Johnson. This woman walks around thinking she shits gold. She couldn't even keep a son from committing suicide, and has a daughter who is a drug addict and a granddaughter that attempted suicide.

Yes Judge Blankenship NEVER discussed why we were at the hearings for,. All he was considered about was what the Laporte county prosecutor did wrong. We hold on to the hope that Larkin will face the Attorney General and will serve his time. Always remember 2 people were in the closet that night one walked out,. Called 911 hung up, when the police tried to call back there was no answer because in my opinion he was on the phone with his family getting them out there to get his money line working.

Thank you to everyone who has supported and continues to support us and Stacey's memory
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post Jun 10 2016, 10:05 PM
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QUOTE(The Aunt @ Jun 10 2016, 11:03 PM) *

Being the one aunt Stacey talked to on a daily basis, we discussed many things that were wrong in the marriage,. One always being that John constantly threatened her by telling her that if she ever left him she would never see her children again well he actually made this happen but he had to kill her to do so.

Stacey was a giving, loving person. She was mentally abused by John and his mother I witnessed many degrading comments she endured from Karen Johnson. This woman walks around thinking she shits gold. She couldn't even keep a son from committing suicide, and has a daughter who is a drug addict and a granddaughter that attempted suicide.

Yes Judge Blankenship NEVER discussed why we were at the hearings for,. All he was considered about was what the Laporte county prosecutor did wrong. We hold on to the hope that Larkin will face the Attorney General and will serve his time. Always remember 2 people were in the closet that night one walked out,. Called 911 hung up, when the police tried to call back there was no answer because in my opinion he was on the phone with his family getting them out there to get his money line working.

Thank you to everyone who has supported and continues to support us and Stacey's memory

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post Jun 13 2016, 09:03 AM
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You forgot to add that John's father John Sr. did time in a federal penitentiary for embezzling from the bank he worked at. It's fair to say that John comes from pretty sleazy stock.
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post Jun 13 2016, 10:59 AM
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You forgot to add that John's father John Sr. did time in a federal penitentiary for embezzling from the bank he worked at. It's fair to say that John comes from pretty sleazy stock.
You are correct, the whole family is messed up.
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post Jun 13 2016, 01:12 PM
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Has anyone read Judge Blankenshitp's rambling and, at times, incoherent opinion? John could not have canvassed the country and hand selected a more sympathetic judge. This thing HAS to be appealed! There's no way that Judge Friendly's logic holds up under the scrutiny of the Indiana Appellate Court.

He even seems to be lending a hand in the civil case by determining that the law enforcement agency "did everything in their power to intentionally violate this Defendant's constitutional rights and civil rights, and make it as difficult as possible for him to obtain a speedy trial".

Out on $10,000 bond for close to four years, living the high life at home with the kids, trying to set up shady real estate transactions with the kids' estates to get to the money, requesting recusal after recusal of judges and filing an interlocutory appeal moments before the trial was scheduled to start and which appeal was denied by the appellate court. Sounds like the poor kid was desperate to have a speedy trial.

Stacey sure got a speedy death but this chickensh&t judge just can't believe how poorly the shooter was treated.

If there's a God, there must be an appeal to this gross incompetence!
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post Jun 13 2016, 01:46 PM
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QUOTE(Recused @ Jun 13 2016, 02:12 PM) *

Has anyone read Judge Blankenshitp's rambling and, at times, incoherent opinion? John could not have canvassed the country and hand selected a more sympathetic judge. This thing HAS to be appealed! There's no way that Judge Friendly's logic holds up under the scrutiny of the Indiana Appellate Court.

He even seems to be lending a hand in the civil case by determining that the law enforcement agency "did everything in their power to intentionally violate this Defendant's constitutional rights and civil rights, and make it as difficult as possible for him to obtain a speedy trial".


Out on $10,000 bond for close to four years, living the high life at home with the kids, trying to set up shady real estate transactions with the kids' estates to get to the money, requesting recusal after recusal of judges and filing an interlocutory appeal moments before the trial was scheduled to start and which appeal was denied by the appellate court. Sounds like the poor kid was desperate to have a speedy trial.

Stacey sure got a speedy death but this chickensh&t judge just can't believe how poorly the shooter was treated.

If there's a God, there must be an appeal to this gross incompetence!


I disagree with this totally. He just took advantage of the cards he was played, which is exactly what any lawyer worth a penny would have done. Brian Taylor's lawyer did the exact game thing, to almost the exact same result. Now if the County and local agencies hadn't have handed him this gift on a platter, none of the delays would have happened. There would have been no reason for it.

It sucks that it happened, as he Larkin should have stood trial so that the legal process could truly determine guilt. But we all have civil rights, that can't be negotiated. When those rights are violated, the legal system doesn't really have any other recourse than to determine the process in that case is tainted. Unfortunately the facts of the case are immaterial to those violations of civil rights. That is why the granting and following of an accused's rights are so vital. Two different people who killed someone else are on the street now because of it.
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I disagree with this totally. He just took advantage of the cards he was played, which is exactly what any lawyer worth a penny would have done. Brian Taylor's lawyer did the exact game thing, to almost the exact same result. Now if the County and local agencies hadn't have handed him this gift on a platter, none of the delays would have happened. There would have been no reason for it.

It sucks that it happened, as he Larkin should have stood trial so that the legal process could truly determine guilt. But we all have civil rights, that can't be negotiated. When those rights are violated, the legal system doesn't really have any other recourse than to determine the process in that case is tainted. Unfortunately the facts of the case are immaterial to those violations of civil rights. That is why the granting and following of an accused's rights are so vital. Two different people who killed someone else are on the street now because of it.


I completely understand and agree with the civil rights argument and believe that irresponsible prosecutors are negligently responsible for many future crimes committed against their "constituents".

The sick joke of the current scenario is that the defendant did everything and I mean EVERYTHING in his power to delay the trial while continue living the posh life and practicing his side hobby of working the parish priest while using the most profane descriptors for his dead wife Stacey and her relatively meek and underfunded family.

Listen, anything can be positioned to look like anything but this is a 20/20 special waiting to happen. He was alleged to have been denied an attorney when he asked for one. HE NEVER SAID CALL MY ATTORNEY! He just kept mumbling a first name ("call Jim/Bob") which I doubt the average person would assume was an attorney but which Blankenship determined was a clear constitutional statement for an attorney.

The classy guy even called her family white trash for sending him the funeral expenses AND burying her with her wedding ring which, he Gollum-like, proclaimed was "his purchase". Of course, the poor defendant backed up such classy moves by publicly claiming that Stacey and her brother had sex.

Does anybody get it? He's a rat looking for the first way off of the ship and his was called Blankenship.

What don't you get? This is evil incarnate and the area should be nervous.
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post Jun 14 2016, 05:32 AM
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QUOTE(Recused @ Jun 13 2016, 05:08 PM) *

I completely understand and agree with the civil rights argument and believe that irresponsible prosecutors are negligently responsible for many future crimes committed against their "constituents".

The sick joke of the current scenario is that the defendant did everything and I mean EVERYTHING in his power to delay the trial while continue living the posh life and practicing his side hobby of working the parish priest while using the most profane descriptors for his dead wife Stacey and her relatively meek and underfunded family.

Listen, anything can be positioned to look like anything but this is a 20/20 special waiting to happen. He was alleged to have been denied an attorney when he asked for one. HE NEVER SAID CALL MY ATTORNEY! He just kept mumbling a first name ("call Jim/Bob") which I doubt the average person would assume was an attorney but which Blankenship determined was a clear constitutional statement for an attorney.

The classy guy even called her family white trash for sending him the funeral expenses AND burying her with her wedding ring which, he Gollum-like, proclaimed was "his purchase". Of course, the poor defendant backed up such classy moves by publicly claiming that Stacey and her brother had sex.

Does anybody get it? He's a rat looking for the first way off of the ship and his was called Blankenship.


What don't you get? This is evil incarnate and the area should be nervous.



I think that 20/20 or some local news outlet should be tipped off on how this played out and to let the public know the problems with some of the justice system.

I can not believe the rumors and the way he is talking about the family Stacey's family was not well to do like his but they are a great family that sticks together through thick and thin ,he is a very messed up and disturbed man that needs to go away for a long time. But now it's up to see what the prosecution and the AG wants to do.

I hope some day the ship he's on sinks.

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QUOTE(Disappointed @ Jun 14 2016, 06:32 AM) *

I think that 20/20 or some local news outlet should be tipped off on how this played out and to let the public know the problems with some of the justice system.

I can not believe the rumors and the way he is talking about the family Stacey's family was not well to do like his but they are a great family that sticks together through thick and thin ,he is a very messed up and disturbed man that needs to go away for a long time. But now it's up to see what the prosecution and the AG wants to do.

I hope some day the ship he's on sinks.


I'm sure that he'll face judgment in this life or the next!
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QUOTE(Recused @ Jun 14 2016, 09:24 AM) *

I'm sure that he'll face judgment in this life or the next!


The tragedy of this case is the "clown car actions" of the justice / legal system. Any competent judge and attorney knows that there is a Constitutional mandate for the right to a "speedy trial." Allowing this case to be constantly transferred, judges recusing and the overall treatment of this case by the system is the where the fault lies.

The result of these maneuverings is that this trial will never proceed on the merits of the case. This could have been a terrorist attack or a wicked First degree murder trial. It was only being pursued as a 3rd degree manslaughter case but the result is the same. There will never be a review of the facts and the merits of the case and this man cannot be tried.

As in the O.J. trial there could be a civil case however considering the long time that the criminal trial has taken if they have not already filed then it is too late. There is no statute of limitations on murder but there is a definite one on civil damages arising out of a criminal case. If it has not already been filed it is probably too late.
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I'm really not a conspiracy theorist but after reading Blankenship's opinion, I have to think that someone is on the take here or attempting to bolster the numerous civil cases being brought by the killer.

The original trial court noted that, regarding the accidentally (the defense attorney even admitted that it was not intentional) recorded 10 minute BS session with his attorney "this conversation did not prejudice Defendant to the extent that charges must be dismissed. Although the actions of law enforcement and the Prosecutor’s Office were careless, none of the aggrieved behaviors were intentional."

Also, Blankenship does not mention that there was never a cognizable request for an attorney. By just saying "talk to Bob" or "Bob will tell you...), no officer should be accused of being unscrupulous for simply not understanding who the hell the rambling, can't-shut-his-mouth-to-save-his-life person in question is referring to! At that point in time he hadn't even been charged with a crime, for god's sake!

This judge just showed us clearly that the criminal is more important than the victim in our justice system. Sick, sick, sick!!!
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QUOTE(Recused @ Jun 15 2016, 10:44 AM) *

I'm really not a conspiracy theorist but after reading Blankenship's opinion, I have to think that someone is on the take here or attempting to bolster the numerous civil cases being brought by the killer.

The original trial court noted that, regarding the accidentally (the defense attorney even admitted that it was not intentional) recorded 10 minute BS session with his attorney "this conversation did not prejudice Defendant to the extent that charges must be dismissed. Although the actions of law enforcement and the Prosecutor’s Office were careless, none of the aggrieved behaviors were intentional."

Also, Blankenship does not mention that there was never a cognizable request for an attorney. By just saying "talk to Bob" or "Bob will tell you...), no officer should be accused of being unscrupulous for simply not understanding who the hell the rambling, can't-shut-his-mouth-to-save-his-life person in question is referring to! At that point in time he hadn't even been charged with a crime, for god's sake!

This judge just showed us clearly that the criminal is more important than the victim in our justice system. Sick, sick, sick!!!


No, the judge showed us that civil rights are more important than convictions. There is no conspiracy here.
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No, the judge showed us that civil rights are more important than convictions. There is no conspiracy here.


We know where your sympathies lie with respect to the present case but you don't have a grasp on what is necessary to throw out a voluntary manslaughter charge. In the Taylor case, officers listened to a privileged conversation intentionally, yet the Indiana Appellate Court ruled that the officers could still testify to untainted information. And you think that, even though there are still a number of disputed facts that as yet have not been determined, John's all-important civil rights merit a dismissal?

No, the normal practice is for the judge to exclude inadmissible evidence at trial but allow a jury to determine whether a crime has been committed, not just hand out a get-out-of-jail-free card. And the judge really had to resort to some twisted logic on the speedy trial issue. As the defense is introducing new delays on a weekly basis, it somehow falls on the prosecutors and judge?

The bottom line is that the "civil rights" you mention benefit the wealthy quite a bit more than they do the poor, don't they?
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We know where your sympathies lie with respect to the present case but you don't have a grasp on what is necessary to throw out a voluntary manslaughter charge. In the Taylor case, officers listened to a privileged conversation intentionally, yet the Indiana Appellate Court ruled that the officers could still testify to untainted information. And you think that, even though there are still a number of disputed facts that as yet have not been determined, John's all-important civil rights merit a dismissal?

No, the normal practice is for the judge to exclude inadmissible evidence at trial but allow a jury to determine whether a crime has been committed, not just hand out a get-out-of-jail-free card. And the judge really had to resort to some twisted logic on the speedy trial issue. As the defense is introducing new delays on a weekly basis, it somehow falls on the prosecutors and judge?

The bottom line is that the "civil rights" you mention benefit the wealthy quite a bit more than they do the poor, don't they?


With all due respect, you have no grasp where my "sympathies" lie if you feel that way. My "sympathies" lie with people who kill others going on trial. Because of all of the delays and motion that came out of the stupid act of violating Larkin's civil rights (again, and Brian Taylor's) this door got opened to Larkin (and Taylor). Larkin has a legal right to get the items heard, and it isn't his fault they happened. If the authorities don't open this door, Larkin isn't able to use it.

And if you want to make this a rich thing, please explain to me how poor and black Brian Taylor ended up back on the street in a similar situation? In fact, poor and black Brian Taylor saw the authorities essentially drop the case until they can find other outside and non-compromised evidence. Rich and white Larkin saw much more of a courtroom than Taylor did.

I know your point of view is compromised by your close position to this case. But realistically, this case has long since been to trial if the violation of civil rights didn't happen. Even if it didn't give the direct reason for the dismissal, that violation was the direct cause of the dismissal. Literally it all traces back to that.
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I agree with SouthSider on this issue. Civil liberties are a trump card in almost all situations. I work with court systems in St. Joseph, Elkhart and Marshall counties and see suspects walk quite routinely because something was not "done by the book." In St. Joseph County suspects are routinely released because of over crowding in the jails - you are only allowed to hold a suspect for so long without charging them. Elkhart County use to use a school bus to take suspects to jail which is against the law so charges get dropped. Marshall County has trouble documenting crime scene evidence, records, and questions simply because they don't deal with homicides often.

I sympathize with victims families, but we don't want to a third world justice system either.
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I know we need a justice system and I know there are flaws sometime's,but when the Judge really did not even consider the victim's family who sat through hearing after hearing and just to hear oh how this and that was not done right.

I know from myself I am so pissed off that this man is walking free telling so many bad things about Stacey and our family just is not right.

I think the residents in the area are furious and should be concerned and worried, you know he has a temper and can go off anytime. Just remember the address 2913 Lothair Way he shot and killed someone.
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I agree with SouthSider on this issue. Civil liberties are a trump card in almost all situations. I work with court systems in St. Joseph, Elkhart and Marshall counties and see suspects walk quite routinely because something was not "done by the book." In St. Joseph County suspects are routinely released because of over crowding in the jails - you are only allowed to hold a suspect for so long without charging them. Elkhart County use to use a school bus to take suspects to jail which is against the law so charges get dropped. Marshall County has trouble documenting crime scene evidence, records, and questions simply because they don't deal with homicides often.

I sympathize with victims families, but we don't want to a third world justice system either.


Just third world gun violence, huh? I assume they're giving Mr. Larkin back his AK-47 and the rest of his guns. Go ahead and sympathize Outsider, I think that the family, and the community, would feel a whole lot safer with an unstable killer behind bars.
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Just wanted to let everyone know there was a article in yesterday's Chicago Sun-Times. We the family are glad the word is getting out there. Please let people know what a bad person he is.
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