Thank you Mr. Carroll and TFP for having the balls to think outside the box and publish this story. Most of you probably won't publicly agree with this, but when something as awful as this happens you know you can't help but wonder what that person was thinking and why they did it. Carroll did something that took a lot guts and courage by going to this prisoner and interviewing him. I don't know about you, but I would be terrified of being face-to-face with an accused murderer.
Considering Henry's lack of education and that he has admitted guilty to his other crimes, I think there might be some truth in his story. Seems to be too intricate for him to fabricate. Also, I find it odd that the Police Dept. did not return phone calls for comments. Just because someone's sexual orientation is not what you agree with, does not in anyway justify murder. I am not saying that at all. If someone were trying to get something out of me sexually, then it would probably set me off and I would get defensive. Even with that said, I in no way agree with the murder of Rev. Strong.
I don't know if what Henry said is true or not. I don't know about Rev. Strong's sexual orientation. Those getting angry about the TFP and Carroll publishing the accusations should be angry at the Police for having it in their report. It would have been published someway or another. TFP and Carroll are just doing their jobs. I'm glad to see Henry's side of the story. And I think it was balanced with comments from Rev. Strong's family. It's sad we don't get to hear his side, but at least one side is being heard versus none. You don't have to agree with or believe it, but at least you heard it.
Great job, Mr. Carroll. Keep thinking outside the box. And good for you and the TFP for having the guts to print it.
“I don’t know that there’s anything to hide,” Mr. Jones said. “But maybe some things don’t need to be said at this time.”
Sounds sketchy. Something is up. Hope you keep following it until the truth is finally told.