Wednesday, November 28, 2007


Before we get in today's business, let's take a minute to review yesterday's jogger death.
Seriously folks, if you live in the city, and you know the park, you got to be asking yourself, "How rich is this guy that they didn't release his name, or for that matter, blood alcohol level?"
Come on now, driving in the park?

There is something disturbing about this obvious crime of passion
Proximity Rating: 10 (our editors have no passion in our lives)
A 60-year old widower was found stabbed to death in his Harvey home Tuesday morning, and Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputies are searching for a motive and suspects in the parish's third homicide in two days.
Ray Babin was found dead with a kitchen knife in his throat about 9:35 a.m. at his home at 2124 Missile St. in the Spanish Oaks subdivision by his brother, according to Col. Robert Garner, a spokesman for the Sheriff's Office.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yes it is odd I am commenting on this over 3 months later. But he was my uncle & I think about how he died often. I guess it was a crime of passion. The man accused goes before the grand jury today. You can imagine what's going thru my mind. I do want to clarify, his brother did NOT find him. Just keep your fingers crossed that justice will be served!