Tanya DeWitt

Tanya DeWitt 1 year ago on Husband acted in self-defense

Again I listened to the recording the transcript was written by the reporter it's not an official transcript. If she wants to print false information I will be right here to point it out. In her own words she stated she didn't see what happened she was in bed. (And before you get technical I am not going to go back to that article and quote it word for word) and in this article she is acting like an eye witness. Apparently you are the type of person that has nothing better to do then criticize other peoples opinions so I'm done wasting my time on you. Attacking Rollins for lying is nothing compared to what Voden did and what she tried to do by writing this article.

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Tanya DeWitt 1 year ago on Husband acted in self-defense

Also I will post my other comment to you so you can contunue to defend Voden's possessions and show your lack of repect for human life. However I am going to make sure Randy Burnett's character is acurately portrayed since Rollin's wants to speak her lies about someone she's never met......

Mr. Hinshaw I have been reading your comments for the last few days and you seriously need to learn the facts and maybe choose your words better. Voden was not in any danger and if you listen to the 911 tape you would know this. Kim's interpretation of your words "his garden meant too much to him" is exactly how many are interpreting them as Randy's life was less valuable then Vodens garden. In the actuall 911 recording Voden states the neighbors dog was in his yard. He knew where they came from and why they were in his yard. A good neighbor would have assisted but that is not what Voden did. Also if you listen to the 911 recording IF Voden was in any danger and Randy was attacking him you would be able to hear a scuffle and yelling. Instead all you can hear is Voden (who is suppose to be a peace loving man, a man that has also been known to carry a gun and has taken a gun to town council meetings quite a contradiction if you ask me) but all you can hear is Voden who disregarded instructions to stay in his house yelling to get the f#%*ing dog out of his yard and making threats to use his gun which you can hear 4 gun shots immediately following his demand to get the dog. I know for a fact that Randy who was awaken to help Brenda would never and did not attack Voden. Also I seen your comments on Rollins's article where she claims Voden was attacked and he acted in self defense. HOW DARE YOU scold any one for their comments when you still put the value of that garden above the life a human being. Also she was in bed at the time of the incident, a statement she gave to police and was published in the paper so her description of the incident is FALSE. Voden also changed his story from "people getting their dog" to "people yelling and then Randy charging at him with the dog swinging his fists". However Brenda was there and witnessed the cold hearted murder of the love of her life. So now because Voden valued his possessions more than a human life, my Aunt Brenda is robbed of the time she had left with my Uncle Randy a good man, a navy veteran, a man that took care of her due to her own failing health while he was battling cancer. A man that was so selfless that after he was told how much time he had left he started to make plans with my mom and uncles so my Aunt Brenda would not be alone when his time came to go be with God.

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Tanya DeWitt 1 year ago on Husband acted in self-defense

Mr. Hinshaw I have listened to the 911 recording I listened to the last few minutes of my Uncle Randy's life. I have listened to it several times knowing my aunt was only a few feet away. The transcript quotes Voden telling Randy to get the "f"ing dog out of his yard right now. Then he tells randy to get up so from this description Randy is still not a threat then he says "I will" and then 4 gunshots. So please explain where I am lying. He also tells the dispatcher "it's too late now we got one down"

I don't have a lynch mob mentality but I want justice for my aunt and uncle. Patricia Rollins is lying to the public trying to act like a witness when she has already stated she was in bed at the time and didn't see the "confrontation". You are the one that should practice restraint with your lack of facts and defending Voden's actions you certainly seem to have picked a side.

Murder is murder so excuse me if my statements offend you, you do not seem to mind that your opinions have offended the real victims family!! I standby my statements because I listened to the 911 recording and maybe you should read the fact the 911 transcript was not an official court transcript it was made by the reporter.

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Tanya DeWitt 1 year ago on Husband acted in self-defense

I am amazed that you have the nerve to write such an article! I hope someone does telephone you about this post. No one has the right to take a life absolutely NO ONE! A person does have the right to defend themselves but what Voden did was cold blooded. The fact that he placed the value of his garden to be worth more than a life is sickening. How do you know what happened? You were not a physical witness. You stated you were in bed at the time of the incident and didn't witness the confrontation.
You describe Voden as frail if he is so frail then why did he ignore instructions to stay inside the house!? He must not have seen himself as frail old man since he left the safety of his home to confront your new neighbors. You keep referring to Randy as taller and younger like that is justification for murder. Seriously your neighbors of 2 days were trying to get their dog. Voden even tells them to get the "f"ing dog out of there. Voden even tells 911 "I got one" as if taking a life was no big deal. I personally hope Voden spends the rest of his days in jail, but that will not compare to the punishment he will receive from God. So stop bad mouthing the Burnett's. If Voden would have followed the instructions of the 911 operator you wouldn't feel the need to write your lies.

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Tanya DeWitt 1 year ago on Murder charge and a chilling 911 tape

Mr. Hinshaw I have been reading your comments for the last few days and you seriously need to learn the facts and maybe choose your words better. Voden was not in any danger and if you listen to the 911 tape you would know this. Kim's interpretation of your words "his garden meant too much to him" is exactly how many are interpreting them as Randy's life was less valuable then Vodens garden. In the actuall 911 recording Voden states the neighbors dog was in his yard. He knew where they came from and why they were in his yard. A good neighbor would have assisted but that is not what Voden did. Also if you listen to the 911 recording IF Voden was in any danger and Randy was attacking him you would be able to hear a scuffle and yelling. Instead all you can hear is Voden (who is suppose to be a peace loving man, a man that has also been known to carry a gun and has taken a gun to town council meetings quite a contradiction if you ask me) but all you can hear is Voden who disregarded instructions to stay in his house yelling to get the f#%*ing dog out of his yard and making threats to use his gun which you can hear 4 gun shots immediately following his demand to get the dog. I know for a fact that Randy who was awaken to help Brenda would never and did not attack Voden. Also I seen your comments on Rollins's article where she claims Voden was attacked and he acted in self defense. HOW DARE YOU scold any one for their comments when you still put the value of that garden above the life a human being. Also she was in bed at the time of the incident, a statement she gave to police and was published in the paper so her description of the incident is FALSE. Voden also changed his story from "people getting their dog" to "people yelling and then Randy charging at him with the dog swinging his fists". However Brenda was there and witnessed the cold hearted murder of the love of her life.
So now because Voden valued his possessions more than a human life, my Aunt Brenda is robbed of the time she had left with my Uncle Randy a good man, a navy veteran, a man that took care of her due to her own failing health while he was battling cancer. A man that was so selfless that after he was told how much time he had left he started to make plans with my mom and uncles so my Aunt Brenda would not be alone when his time came to go be with God.

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