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post Apr 27 2016, 09:20 AM
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QUOTE(Disappointed @ Apr 27 2016, 09:31 AM) *

I know Stacey and her family it would be nice to know what crap he is spreading so I can pass it on to them.


Please don't taint her memory by spreading her killer's fabrications. That's obviously what he wants.
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Please don't taint her memory by spreading her killer's fabrications. That's obviously what he wants.

I agree Blazer, I think people should be saying what a POS he is, and he's walking around for 3 1/2 years saying he did nothing wrong.
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QUOTE(Disappointed @ Apr 28 2016, 10:04 AM) *

I agree Blazer, I think people should be saying what a POS he is, and he's walking around for 3 1/2 years saying he did nothing wrong.


Is anyone going to the pre-trial hearing tomorrow at 10am EST? Can't rely on the News Dispatch for accurate and unbiased reporting.
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post May 4 2016, 05:29 AM
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Ok here is an update from what I know on the case there were quite of few motions filed and gone over, there will be another attorney only meeting in Pulaski county court on May 11th. This is to go over any evidence that should or should not be allowed and also to go over the witness lists both attorney's have.

Then there is another pre-trial hearing scheduled for June 3rd in Pulaski county at 11:00 am there time.

There is still a chance this SOB can walk to due his attorneys saying his civil rights were violated.

As of now jury trial is scheduled to start June 20th in the Laporte county courts.

And here's a good one for you the SOB attorneys asked the Judge to ease his ban on travel restrictions so he can go see his mother in Grand Beach LOL we all know he has been going there for a long time what a joke.

I knew Stacey really well and I am close with the family, I know they can use anyone's support and if your voices could be heard. I think if anyone could support them in any of the court's it would be greatly appreciated.
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Ok here is an update from what I know on the case there were quite of few motions filed and gone over, there will be another attorney only meeting in Pulaski county court on May 11th. This is to go over any evidence that should or should not be allowed and also to go over the witness lists both attorney's have.

Then there is another pre-trial hearing scheduled for June 3rd in Pulaski county at 11:00 am there time.

There is still a chance this SOB can walk to due his attorneys saying his civil rights were violated.

As of now jury trial is scheduled to start June 20th in the Laporte county courts.

And here's a good one for you the SOB attorneys asked the Judge to ease his ban on travel restrictions so he can go see his mother in Grand Beach LOL we all know he has been going there for a long time what a joke.

I knew Stacey really well and I am close with the family, I know they can use anyone's support and if your voices could be heard. I think if anyone could support them in any of the court's it would be greatly appreciated.


I'll definitely be at the trial. I want to see the wheels of justice finally complete their turn.
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QUOTE(Franklin @ May 4 2016, 12:28 PM) *

I'll definitely be at the trial. I want to see the wheels of justice finally complete their turn.

Thanks Franklin,please spread the word so people know what the status is in this horrible situation.
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Thanks Franklin,please spread the word so people know what the status is in this horrible situation.


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Well from what I know,look like thee is still a pre-trial hearing on June 3rd in Pulaski county. And the trial is still on schedule for start June 20th in Laporte county.

I know he will be dragging Stacey's name throught the mud to make her look like she was the bad person and she was the problem.

Even if there were marital problems still does not you to give the right to shoot someone TWICE and say nothing happened you POS SOB.

Like the comment earlier by Justice4 I hope you become someones BITCH !!!

I know Stacey's family hopes there are no more hiccups and it goes to trial 3 1/2 years they have been going through this while he walks and talks like nothing happened. He gets to be free but what about Stacey !!!
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QUOTE(Disappointed @ May 12 2016, 10:39 AM) *

Well from what I know,look like thee is still a pre-trial hearing on June 3rd in Pulaski county. And the trial is still on schedule for start June 20th in Laporte county.

I know he will be dragging Stacey's name throught the mud to make her look like she was the bad person and she was the problem.

Even if there were marital problems still does not you to give the right to shoot someone TWICE and say nothing happened you POS SOB.

Like the comment earlier by Justice4 I hope you become someones BITCH !!!

I know Stacey's family hopes there are no more hiccups and it goes to trial 3 1/2 years they have been going through this while he walks and talks like nothing happened. He gets to be free but what about Stacey !!!


Seems pretty open and shut to me. I believe the forensics show that the second shot was from at least five feet away with her sitting against the wall and him standing at the closet door with the gun. How do you explain away THAT!
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I just hope it goes to trial and everything that happened is brought up, that's the least they can do for Stacey's family. I know they are so fed up with all the dragging on that has gone on for the last 3 1/2 years. I hope people speak up and really say how he was such a POS. I don't know how anyone ever believed all his bullshit . Once again i will say it 2 people go into closet and only 1 comes out.
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Just a reminder there is another pre-trial hearing June 3rd in Pulaski county. We will see if trial is still going to happen starting June 20th, one month from today.
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QUOTE(Disappointed @ May 23 2016, 11:55 AM) *

Just a reminder there is another pre-trial hearing June 3rd in Pulaski county. We will see if trial is still going to happen starting June 20th, one month from today.


Does anyone know what resulted from the pretrial meeting today?
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QUOTE(Franklin @ Jun 3 2016, 03:50 PM) *

Does anyone know what resulted from the pretrial meeting today?

I know it was a long 3 1/2 hour court date with no decision made by the judge, there is still a chance the POS SOB will walk. There was alot of disscussion about the the whole 12 minutes of tape thing, he attorney's are claiming his civil rights were violated HA !!. What about Stacey's rights she is not around to see her kids grow up go to college, get married, she will never see her mother and her brother and family again.

All I know is that this horrible POS has got some gonads,never showed any remorse to her family or even after he killed her. From what i know from following this case is that the whole justice system is so screwed up, the money and time wasted on him is unreal.

So if the judge does decides not to dismiss him there will we another hearing on June 15th. The chances of this going to trial on June 20th is almost 0 %.

I think anyone following this case should let their voices be heard !! And sread the word on what a low life POS John is.

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QUOTE(Disappointed @ Jun 7 2016, 06:17 AM) *

I know it was a long 3 1/2 hour court date with no decision made by the judge, there is still a chance the POS SOB will walk. There was alot of disscussion about the the whole 12 minutes of tape thing, he attorney's are claiming his civil rights were violated HA !!. What about Stacey's rights she is not around to see her kids grow up go to college, get married, she will never see her mother and her brother and family again.

All I know is that this horrible POS has got some gonads,never showed any remorse to her family or even after he killed her. From what i know from following this case is that the whole justice system is so screwed up, the money and time wasted on him is unreal.

So if the judge does decides not to dismiss him there will we another hearing on June 15th. The chances of this going to trial on June 20th is almost 0 %.

I think anyone following this case should let their voices be heard !! And sread the word on what a low life POS John is.


Thanks, Disappointed! I think that anybody with knowledge of this situation is also disappointed and disgusted with way that the legal system can be manipulated by truly bad people. Unfortunately, voiceless victims are given little regard because they don't have the opportunity to scream about how their[b] rights were violated in the most extreme way possible.
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QUOTE(Franklin @ Jun 7 2016, 11:46 AM) *

Thanks, Disappointed! I think that anybody with knowledge of this situation is also disappointed and disgusted with way that the legal system can be manipulated by truly bad people. Unfortunately, voiceless victims are given little regard because they don't have the opportunity to scream about how their[b] rights were violated in the most extreme way possible.

Franklin you are 100% correct,did Stacey have a chance to voice her rights when he decided to take her life !!! I just am concerned for the kids sake now,people know that the SOB has a temper, he is coming across as the perfect father now and as far as I know still telling people he did nothing wrong.
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QUOTE(Lake Shore Drive @ Apr 26 2016, 11:16 AM) *

The guy seems completely nuts. Talk to him for 5 minutes (if you can get away from his ranting in less than an hour, good for you) and it's clear that he' living on another planet. What kind of person kills their wife "accidentally" and then runs around telling everyone they can find the most vile and hateful things about her and her family? If not nuts, then just pure evil.



QUOTE(Blazer @ Apr 27 2016, 10:20 AM) *

Please don't taint her memory by spreading her killer's fabrications. That's obviously what he wants.



QUOTE(Franklin @ May 2 2016, 10:16 AM) *

Is anyone going to the pre-trial hearing tomorrow at 10am EST? Can't rely on the News Dispatch for accurate and unbiased reporting.



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QUOTE(Equalizer666 @ Apr 19 2016, 03:41 PM) *

Does anyone know how much insurance he had on our angel's life? Was it over 1.5 million dollars? Does anyone know if that insurance claim has been settled? Was there maybe a "No Fault" policy set up by the "Insurance Broker" for a substantial windfall? Perhaps in trust for the kids with a "trustee" that has access to the funds. I would love to know the answers to these questions. If anywhere close to the truth, it would seem so devious that all wives should be nervous.


QUOTE(Michael @ Apr 7 2016, 09:10 AM) *

The weasel just filed a Rule 4© motion asking for the case to be dismissed because he did not receive a speedy trial. After his attorneys have dragged this thing out, it is beyond belief that they would file such a motion!

Maybe the next tactic will be to convince the judge that he was put in the unfortunate position of having to care for 4 motherless kids and that he would be their best role model. In addition to his other guns, he owned an assault rifle for god's sake!!!


I am not quite sure what is going on, but as the Administrator of this page, I would like to point out to anyone reading this conversation that all of these posters are registered to, and posting from, the exact same IP address, and using the exact same email service to register to this page. Odds are almost 100% that this isn't six different people posting, but the same person posting from six different accounts. That is absolutely 100% not allowed here. I understand what this story means to you, but I will not allow this sort of posting activity to go on here. Pick one account to post from.
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I am not quite sure what is going on, but as the Administrator of this page, I would like to point out to anyone reading this conversation that all of these posters are registered to, and posting from, the exact same IP address, and using the exact same email service to register to this page. Odds are almost 100% that this isn't six different people posting, but the same person posting from six different accounts. That is absolutely 100% not allowed here. I understand what this story means to you, but I will not allow this sort of posting activity to go on here. Pick one account to post from.


Yes. Good suggestion.

Hope the kids are alright.

In Re: the Guardianship of KATE LARKIN, CALLAHAN LARKIN, QUINN LARKIN, ANNE LARKIN

03/18/2015
Petition Filed
Dorothy Denise Carroll, by counsel, files Petition to Grant Guardian Authority to Purchase Real Property from John Larkin, Motion to Set Hearing on Petition to Grant Guardian Authority to Purchase Real Property from John Larkin, and proposed Order Setting Hearing on Petition.
Filed By: Carroll, Dorothy Denise

05/20/2015
Order Issued
The Court, sua sponte, moves for DOROTHY DENISE CARROLL to appear on June 8, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. and show cause as to why she should not be removed from the position of Guardian of the estate of the minor children, as well as the personal representative of the Estate of Stacey Larkin. The Court FURTHER ORDERS that DOROTHY DENISE CARROLL is hereby enjoined from taking any further fiduciary actions in these causes prior to the June 8, 2015 hearing, without prior approval by this Court.
Judicial Officer: Alevizos, Thomas J
Order Signed: 05/20/2015

06/17/2015
Order Issued
The Court has made addtional findings after the hearing regarding this matter. The Court finds that Dorothy Carroll has not preformed her duties as guardian and hereby removes her from guardian of the wards' estate. The Court appoints Jennifer Koethe as guardian ad litem for the wards, and Harbor Trust as Corporate guardian of teh wards' estate. The Court futher orders that the GAL adn CASA submit a report regarding whether Ms. Carroll's sister should remain guardian of the wards' persons and Ms. Carroll must submit a complete accounting report to the Court no later than July 1, 2015. -cmk
Judicial Officer: Alevizos, Thomas J
Order Signed: 06/17/2015

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06/17/2015
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The Court has made addtional findings after the hearing regarding this matter. The Court finds that Dorothy Carroll has not preformed her duties as guardian and hereby removes her from guardian of the wards' estate. The Court appoints Jennifer Koethe as guardian ad litem for the wards, and Harbor Trust as Corporate guardian of teh wards' estate. The Court futher orders that the GAL adn CASA submit a report regarding whether Ms. Carroll's sister should remain guardian of the wards' persons and Ms. Carroll must submit a complete accounting report to the Court no later than July 1, 2015. -cmk
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When you consider the time that has elapsed between the commission of this crime and the actual trial I have no doubt that Mr. Larkin will raise the issue that his 6th amendment rights have been violated.

Speedy Trial

The Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees all persons accused of criminal wrongdoing the right to a speedy trial. Although this right is derived from the federal Constitution, it has been made applicable to state criminal proceedings through the U.S. Supreme Court's interpretation of the due process and Equal Protection Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment.

The right to a speedy trial is an ancient liberty. During the reign of henry ii (1154–1189), the English Crown promulgated the Assize of Clarendon, a legal code comprised of 22 articles, one of which promised speedy justice to all litigants. In 1215 the Magna Charta prohibited the king from delaying justice to any person in the realm. Several of the charters of the American colonies protected the right to a speedy trial, as did most of the constitutions of the original 13 states.

The Founding Fathers intended the Speedy Trial Clause to serve two purposes. First, they sought to prevent defendants from languishing in jail for an indefinite period before trial. Pre-trial incarceration is a deprivation of liberty no less serious than post-conviction imprisonment. In some cases pretrial incarceration may be more serious because public scrutiny is often heightened, employment is commonly interrupted, financial resources are diminished, family relations are strained, and innocent persons are forced to suffer prolonged injury to reputation.

Second, the Founding Fathers sought to ensure a defendant's right to a fair trial. The longer the commencement of trial is postponed, the more likely it is that witnesses will disappear, memories will fade, and evidence will be lost or destroyed. Of course, both the prosecution and the defense are threatened by these dangers, but only the defendant's life, liberty, and property are at stake in a criminal proceeding.

The right to a speedy trial does not apply to every stage of a criminal case. It arises only after a person has been arrested, indicted, or otherwise formally accused of a crime by the government. Before the point of formal accusation, the government is under no Sixth Amendment obligation to investigate, accuse, or prosecute a defendant within a specific amount of time.


The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to draw a bright line separating permissible pre-trial delays from delays that are impermissibly excessive. Instead, the Court has developed a Balancing test in which the length of delay is just one factor to be considered when evaluating the merits of a speedy trial claim. The other factors to be considered by a court include the reason for the delay, the severity of prejudice suffered by the defendant from the delay, and the stage during the criminal proceedings at which the defendant asserted the right to a speedy trial.

A delay of at least one year in bringing a defendant to trial following arrest will trigger a presumption that the Sixth Amendment has been violated, with the level of judicial scrutiny increasing in direct proportion to the length of delay. A longer delay may be deemed constitutional, however, and a shorter delay may be deemed unconstitutional, depending on the circumstances.

Longer delays will be permitted to accommodate the schedules of important witnesses, and to allow the prosecution to prepare for a complex case. Longer delays will also be tolerated when a defendant is dilatory in asserting the right to a speedy trial. In general, defendants must assert their Sixth Amendment right in a timely motion before the trial court. If the defendant fails to assert the right in this manner or acquiesces in the face of protracted pretrial delays, she or he may not raise the issue for the first time on appeal, unless the defendant's failure to raise the issue earlier was due to her or his attorney's Negligence. Defendants who delay prosecution by inundating the trial court with frivolous pretrial motions are also treated as having forfeited their rights to a speedy trial. The law does not allow defendants to profit from their own wrong under these circumstances.

Delays shorter than a year will be ruled unconstitutional if the reason for delay offered by the prosecution is unpersuasive or inappropriate. Delays attributable to prosecutorial misconduct, such as the deliberate attempt by the government to delay a proceeding and hamper the defense, will run afoul of the Speedy Trial Clause. Prosecutorial negligence, such as misplacing a defendant's file or losing incriminating evidence, is also considered an inappropriate reason for delay. Additionally, delays shorter than a year will be deemed unconstitutional when the delay has severely limited the opportunity for the accused to defend himself. For example, the death of an alibi witness who would have been available for a timely trial is considered Prima Facie evidence of prejudice under the Speedy Trial Clause.

Despite the strictures of the Speedy Trial Clause, criminal justice has not always moved swiftly in the United States. During the 1970s federal courts had backlogs of thousands of cases on their dockets. Lengthy pretrial delays clogged local jails at great expense to taxpayers. Increasing numbers of defendants were jumping bail while free during extended pretrial release. In 1974 Congress enacted the Speedy Trial Act (18 U.S.C.A. §§ 3161 et seq.) to ameliorate the situation.

Unlike the balancing test created by the Supreme Court to evaluate a claim under the Speedy Trial Clause, the Speedy Trial Act establishes specific time limits between various stages of federal criminal proceedings. The act requires federal authorities to file an information or indictment within 30 days of a defendant's arrest. A prosecutor who knows that an accused is incarcerated at the time of indictment must take immediate steps to initiate prosecution. If a defendant enters a plea of not guilty, trial must commence within 70 days from the filing of the information or indictment or 70 days from the first appearance of the accused in court, whichever is later.

Certain types of delays are exempted from the act's time limitations. For example, the act exempts delays caused by the absence of the defendant, the unavailability of an essential witness, or the conduct of a codefendant. Delays resulting from a defendant's involvement in other legal proceedings are typically exempted as well. Additionally, the act gives courts discretion to grant the prosecution a Continuance in the interests of justice. Courts are also given discretion to dismiss charges when a defendant suffers prejudice from a pretrial delay that is of a kind not exempted under the act.

The Speedy Trial Act has been held to apply to both citizens and non-citizens alike. See United States v. Restrepo, 59 F. Supp. 2d 133 (D. Mass. 1999). However, since the September 11th Attacks in 2001, the United States has sought to enhance the abilities of immigration officials and other law enforcement officers to prevent further terrorist attacks. Under the USA PATRIOT Act of 2001, Pub. L. No. 107-56, 115 Stat. 272, the attorney general may certify a non-citizen as a terrorist if reasonable grounds exist to believe that the non-citizen has been engaged in terrorist activities. If the attorney general certifies the non-citizen as a terrorist, the act mandates the detention of the non-citizen. If the terrorist is deemed to be a threat to national security, or if emergency or other extraordinary circumstances are present, the federal government may detain the person for six months or longer. Accordingly, a suspected terrorist could be detained for a significant period of time without criminal charges or deportation proceedings brought against the suspect.

Many state jurisdictions have passed legislation similar to the Speedy Trial Act. Like the federal act, most state legislation permits courts to provide prosecutors with additional time upon a showing of exceptional circumstances. Most state laws also authorize courts to dismiss charges that have not been brought within a reasonable amount of time following arrest or indictment. Thus, these defendants faced with an unreasonable pretrial delay have a number of constitutional and statutory provisions that may provide them with effective relie
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It is official Judge from Pulaski County dismissed the case, the family found out today. Now Long Beach has a killer walking around, trashing Stacey's memory and her family.

it is done. Judge Blankenship of Pulaski County Indiana has dismissed the case against John Larkin in the death of Stacey Simon. He can dismiss whatever charges he wants, but it won’t change the fact that John shot Stacey twice during a heated argument. Stacey’s life was lost and John walks away from all of this a free man. He is and always will be a murderer. May Karma kick you in the ass, John Larkin.

The joke of the matter is that the motion that he dismissed this on is the CR4, a timeframe of the proceedings. The judge is saying that the State failed to provide John with a fair and speedy trial. They are saying that the State had 90 days from the time the appeal came back to get him tried, and that did not happen. What a joke!

In all of the hearings that we sat through and all the arguing we heard from both sides, we never heard about what crime John committed. We only heard about what others did that was wrong… the police, the investigators, the prosecutors, etc. I think that is what is so angering about all of this. John never had to face the crime he committed in court.

Thank you to everyone who has supported the family, the fact that a Mother lost her daughter, a brother lost his sister, the family lost a niece, cousin, god mother doesn't seem to matter to the Judge's that all recused themselves, and this Judge Blankenship didn't seem to take the family into consideration. I pray none of you ever have to go through what we have the past 3 1/2 years.
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I am really sad to hear that. The crappy thing of it all is if his conversations aren't spied on, this never happens.
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