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Paul Scharff on Wise Guy Talk Radio with Host Ricky Guns

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Ricky Guns Host of Wise Guy Talk Radio

Xổ số miền bắc trực tiếpRicky Guns Host of Wise Guy Talk Radio

Xổ số miền bắc trực tiếpYour host Ricky Guns on Wise Guy Talk Radio Presents: My wonderful guest Paul Scharff author of the book Murder in McHenry which is a Motivational true story that reveals a son’s pursuit for justice and change in behalf of his murdered father’s Name. Now imagine receiving a random phone call 27 years later only to discover that your father was murdered? This is what Paul endured; now destined he is left with no other choice, but to crack down on the cold hard facts and evidence to justify his Father’s tragic, unsolved murder. Explaining “It has to be done!” are his very words….. This loving son is relentless and will stop at nothing to help encourage others to become more alert and educated on what steps to take regarding measures of awareness. Look for your time zone to see when my show starts.

 

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  • glenn butlin says:

    Xổ số miền bắc trực tiếpPaul this IS Glenn Patsy’s boyfriend I tried to tell them who did it back then but they didn’t listen now I know why, they were sure the sheriff’s piece of shit right hand thug Tony o would get me to say I did it they worked me over alot Tony even took me out in the middle of nowhere one night and put a gun to my head and told me to run. To this day I still believe something must have spooked him because he took me to where I was living and kicked me out of car. when Tony’s book came out in the newspaper with the article about what he said that was when I knew I could leave town and get out of there they destroyed my life everybody I grew up with look at me sideways and then I’ve never looked back I’m sorry I should have done more,if this link is still functional send me an email.

  • Paul Scharff says:

    Hey Glen,
    Xổ số miền bắc trực tiếp I am sorry for the slow response. I only get on here now and then. I tried reaching out to you a few years back and spoke to your mother. She felt that it would have been a bad time for us to talk. I am so sorry for everything that you had to endure. I know how staying around town would have been tough. You should not feel like there was more for you to do. There were powers in play that one person could not battle. They get to choose the narrative and enforce their will. You were a victim of them. They knew you did not do anything. They knew!!

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