TS/LTE - Too many delays

Too many delays
Letters to the Editor

On Monday, Aug. 3, the friends and family of Nicole Lynn Quigley once again attended court for what was supposed to be a pre-trial hearing for Jason Whitmill and Anthony Flores and once again Whitmill's attorney, Glen Brown, paid for by you and me, the taxpayer, succeeded in getting the trial date moved out to the end of September. One of Glen Brown's excuses was that he had more important trials scheduled at the same time as this one. Since I am not allowed to speak during court, my question to Glen Brown is, “More important to whom?” After two judges have reviewed the charges against Whitmill and concurred that second-degree murder will stand against Whitmill for his reckless regard for human life, Mr. Brown has now sent the case off to the California Appellate Court in another one of his tactics to delay the inevitable. How this man sleeps at night is beyond me. In the meantime I will be watching very closely for what trials come up around Sept. 8 that are so important that we need to delay some closure to my family and friends and Whitmill's and Flores' trip to the big house.

Kenneth Quigley
Posted: 09/10/2009 01:15:39 AM PDT
From comments:
It's called "the system".
When you're one the side you currently find yourself, you don't like it.
If you find yourself on the other side, you're thankful for it.
Nothing can bring her back.
You will leave this process unsatisfied, whether due to the length of the trial, the sentence, whatever.
You'll have to find your own closure.

Middle-o-the-str ea m
Mr. Quigley, bless you. As for a lawyers are concernd its just business. They are the slime under a bucket of hoggut. These two clowns will be going to the pen in due time.

Since it took alot of fighting to get the Times Standard to print my letter it has been over a month since I sent it in. The appellate court denied Mr. Browns request so now he has sent it off to the California Supreme Court. They also removed the end of my letter where I ask Mr.Brown about his advertising in the Tri City Weekly for wittnesses back on December 9, 2008 the ad had his name and office phone # but his office staff assured me that they did not place the ad and would get back to me soon and let me know how it got there. I am still waiting.

It is sad and pathetic that two people can get away with murder, and the loser lawyers can try to act like it isn't important. I'm sure if it was one of their own family members they would be on top of it, getting everything sped up as quickly as possible. Defense lawyers are almost all the same. Putting the slime back on the street so they can do it again. All they care about is making a buck, and assuring themselves of repeat business. My prayers go out to you and your family, I know you never will be completely at peace, but know that your little girl is with the other angels in Heaven.

Josephine Blowe
Mr. Quigley, please accept the sincere condolences of myself and my family and our continued good wishes for the recovery of your wife. The first post and the behavior of the DA and his office are certaintly indicative of the depravity and contempt which is becoming increasing prevelant in this county. Mr. Miller seems to be intent on perpetuating the stereotype of self-aggrandizing indivduals who use the "law" for thier own ends, as opposed to the greater good.
That the scum Mr. Whitmill and his equally repugnant co-horts were on the highway driving cars instead of incarcerated is a question best asked of our Chief Law Enforcement, Mr. Gallegos. But, it is all too clear where the priorities of our marijuana funded DA lie, and I am so very sorry that it is not on the side of justice.

Please know, Mr. Quigley that you are in the thoughts and prayers of this Humboldt County Family.
Whitmill and Flores trial date delayed another month 08/04/2009
Whitmill, Flores take District Attorney's deal 12/05/2009
Jury selection begins in trial of Whitmill, Flores 11/23/2009
Whitmill, Flores trial to proceed 11/10/2009
Motion denied to suppress blood sample in Whitmill case 11/06/2009
Whitmill faces murder charge for alleged role in crash 10/15/2008
Quigley family, friends remember 9-year-old Nicole 10/06/09
Nearly one year ago 10/01/2009
Case surrounding fatal crash on Highway 299 delayed 09/15/2009
Too many delays 9/10/09
Legal maneuvers slow case of men charged in 9-year-old's death 09/01/2009
Whitmill and Flores trial date delayed another month 08/04/2009
Evidence, charges unchanged against Whitmill 07/17/2009
Evidence for second degree murder charge? 06/19/2009
Thinking of the Quigleys 05/29/2009
Remember Nicole 05/08/2009
Looking forward: Quigley family watches and waits as case continues 05/17/2009
Defendants in 299 wreck plead not guilty 03/28/2009
Judge holds Whitmill, Flores to answer for 299 wreck 03/14/2009
Wife refuses to testify against husband at preliminary hearing 03/13/2009
Investigator testifies suspect in fatal crash changed story 03/12/2009
Officer testifies about 299 crash at prelim 03/11/2009
Preliminary hearing over Highway 299 wreck continues 03/10/2009
Superior Court delays hearing in 299 crash case 02/11/2009
Broken system 01/23/2009

Hug your children 12/03/2008
Vehicular manslaughter suspect has extensive criminal history 11/13/2008
Whitmill-Flores hearing continued 11/06/2008
Street race case waiting on CHP reports 10/23/2008
Authorities seek Mustang passenger for questioning 10/17/2008
Court document: Flores tried to 'subvert' investigation 10/16/08
Whitmill faces murder charge for alleged role in crash 10/15/2008
Authorities arrest driver of Mustang 10/10/2008
New driver named in fatal collision 10/09/2008
Search continues for other driver in fatal crash 10/08/2008
◼ ER Parolee named as driver in fatal collision
◼ TS New driver identified in fatal crash
◼ TS New driver named in fatal collision
TS Update: ☛ TS Police still looking for driver
◼ TS Driver sought: Suspected drag race on 299 results in fatal crash

Note: there were other articles in the Eureka reporter, but none are available online anymore.