Following the opinions of the South Carolina appellate courts, the Fourth Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court. -- William J. Watkins, Jr.
I know Glen "Gibby" Gibson. We were actually very close friends when we were boys. I played baseball with him as well as many other sports involving the four -legged kinda deer and besides being a "heartbreaker", I never knew Glen to be violent toward women. I found it hard to believe when I heard he was accused of murder. I really didnt think he had it in him. After hearing that he was exonerated by the judge in the charges, my thoughts were confirmed. I wish him all the luck in the future and I hope that he is able to resume a somewhat normal life. Take care man....And know that a "ghost" from your past was behind you. I hope LG and RG are doing well and I wish them luck as well.
I never saw Glen Gibson, who was my brother-in-law until he murdered Keri Gibson, until I was in the courtroom in Pickens, though I had seen his picture on the sex offender registry here. Not violent? He was convicted of battery of someone he was at school with in 1988. In 2002, his previous wife said in a sworn affidavit "My husband has a very violent temper and drinks almost every day. He has knocked holes in the walls with his golf clubs when angry. . . . I do fear for my safety and the safety of my children." Her real concern, however, was that Glen had been looking at her 13-year old daughter and her friends when they were in the shower. This information comes from the divorce file in Laurens County, Case No. 02-DR-30-984. Glen pled guilty to this, and all this is a matter of public record. When Glen and Keri lived in Colorado, he failed to register as a sex offender and was on their "Most Wanted" list. He left Colorado after a warrant was taken out against him for criminal domestic violence in Boulder County; this warrant remains active, though Colorado decided not to seek extradition when he turned up back in South Carolina. Call the Boulder County Sheriff's Office. "Gibby" might have been a good kid 25 years ago, but people change.
It is sad that the family of the deceased in this case can see one nice message posted in the favor of Glen Gibson almost 2 years after the death of Keri Gibson and they feel the need to continue their antics of terrorizing him. If you want to read what is written on paper about Glen Gibson, you should read what is on paper regarding Keri Gibson. She suffered from Bipolar, Depression, Epilpsy, Chronic Headaches. Had two prior suicide attempts. Took a gun from her fathers home on June 12, 2006. The EXACT date she wrote a suicide note and Glen Gibson was visiting family in Virginia. The only thing in this note was how she was not good enough for her parents. How she wishes no child of hers to ever be left with them. You should read the journal entries of stating the vilonce of her father. Grabbing her oldest child dragging her down the hall, hoping he had not hurt her. The abuse that her father portrayed on her mother. How her dad called her white trash. In fact Keri's birthday was 9 days before her death in which NOONE from her family called her. How she called her mother a week before her death if she would watch the baby so she could attend an AA meeting, trying to get help for her problem with drugs and alcohol and her mom said to her "You make me sick. I want nothing more to do with you". No wonder this family is apt to place the blame on someone else. They were not there. They didnt even have anything to do with her.As far as evidence. There was none. The gloves everyone likes to talk about. They are not listed in the police report, not in the property report as being collected and the police lied about the GSR. The gloves in fact tested negative for GSR. Keri's right hand actually had high levels of antimony and lead, consitent with handling a gun. Glen's hands, negative. According to doctors reports Keri and her sister (only children to the Gillespies) both suffered from Depression. Consider they were raised by the same parents, whom Keri claims to be violent. These are the people who can not accept that their child committed suicide when all the signs were there. As far as Colorodo, read the report. It clearly states by Keri Gibson "Glen Gibson has never physically abused me" He was charged for busting in the door because his child was crying while Keri was passed out from drugs and alcohol. Also if you pull reports filed by Keri Gibson from every sheriff's office in the Upstate, you will find numerous reports of the same allegations to EVERY boyfriend/Husband (which was 4) that Keri ever had. And not to mention she lied about this to him. On their marriage license Glen is listed as husband number 2, and was never aware that she had been married twice before.As far as the allegations of his previous wife, he was recently seperated and asked for custody of his child, when she made the allegation. In which afterwards they reconciled for 6 months. If she was in such fear of him why would she reconcile with him. Anyone who has been through a divorce or cusotdy issue will know that "sworn affidavits" are never completely truthful.
It was a suicide. The man is and was found not guilty. Bear in mind these facts: 1) The coroner ruled the death suicide and remained firm in his finding even after Gibson's arrest and trial. 2) There was neither blood or gunshot residue found on the gloves that the prosecution tried to present.3)The prosecutor withheld exculpatory evidence, made false statement to the court, presented evidence that didn't exist. 4) The suicide letter was confirmed by SLED to HAVE BEEN WRITTEN BY KERI GIBSON. 5) The gun was taken from her fathers home when Glen was more than 400 miles away. 6) Keri had a prior history of suicide attempts, mental probrlems including severe depression, and prior mental hospital committments. 6) In addition, the scene itself was unbelievably compromised and contaminated by the family with police support - The gun was moved, the blood and furniture were removed from the scene....We can go on and on. Judge Patterson was right. There was NO EVIDENCE of a murder. The man should never have been arrested much less jailed for a year.
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