Handwritten notes are in red.
get himto say that ronnie was crying a lot--so that we can argue kim would have noticed it
she knew only what you told her
who did you talk to
met with rev falwell
Dr. Wilmington - called and sd D says it was dream
and you response was that
Never talked to Ingold
Must have been a dream statement
You can call me at home
Mitch only a first year bible student
"Kimble did not know where the gun was." (p.2, 3rd para)
What was the basis for this statement?
You recall that Ronnie told you about
Patricia's death in the context of a dream, don't you?
Exchange of dreams.
You told Ronnie that dreams
were an important theme in the Bible, didn't you?
You told the gentlemen on February 3
that you were "concerned" about what you had been told by Ronnie.
(p.3, para 2)
So you spoke to Jerry Falwell for "guidance."
Is that statement accurate?
Was it Dr. Falwell's idea who paid?
Was this a legitimate expense?
Why not call the Stumps and find out
if Ronnie and Kim had gone back to Julian?
Why not call Camp Lejeune?
What time did you meet with Falwell
and Yeattes on January 25?
After the basketball game?
Did Falwell or Yeattes tell you to go
to a motel?
Did you communicate to Falwell and
Yeattes how terrified you and your wife were?
Did you tell them you were going to
drop out of school?
On February 3, 1997 at the
office of Falwell and Yeattes:
Did you say you had decided to
withdraw from school?
But Pendergrass wrote you were
"currently" attending - "planning to enter ministry following
There is nothing in the February 3 statement to indicate that Whidden was distraught on January 25, that he feared for his life or that he needed protection. (p.3 bottom)
That was a Monday wasn't it. You
actually stayed about 30 miles from the marine base, right?
What was your purpose in making this
Did your sister or the lawyers tell
you to do that?
Your real purpose was to find out if
Ronnie really killed Patricia or not, right?
You told Panosh you could "remember
the whole scenario," right?
But in this courtroom, on August 3, while you were under oath, you said:
"It's hard to recollect the entire
IT IS HARD, ISN'T IT?
Next morning on January 28, you and
Debra went to the base, right?
And you signed for a parking pass, right?
With a date on it.
"I wanted the ball in my court." (3rd Page ) July 21, 98 Panosh
What does this mean?
Receipt for 1/28/97 at gate of Camp Lejeune. As Mitch said on 7/21/98 at P1 middle, "anyone can get a receipt."
3.8 GPA 7/21/98, but accumul 3.6
But Whidden talked to:
How did Mitch support himself during 6
months he was back in Arcadia
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