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Howard B. Lee

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Hur Herald


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www.hurherald.com

By Howard B. LeeLee wrote about him in his book Looking Backward One Hundred Years In Appalachia, acknowledging Constable Goff was once his neighbor.Lee said his brother, Wirt Lee declined to be deputized to help Constable Goff, stating "I know Holly.Lee said Constable Goff replied "I don't need anybody to help me arrest that lad."Lee and some neighbors removed Goff to his own residence and Dr. Stewart was summoned, who announced nothing could save the injured man.Attorney Holt said the case against Griffith was riddled with flawed evidence, although historian Howard B. Lee was convinced Griffith committed the murder.Lee had consistently opposed his pardon.


www.hurherald.com

Lee wrote about him in his book Looking Backward One Hundred Years In Appalachia, acknowledging Constable Goff was once his neighbor.Lee said his brother, Wirt Lee declined to be deputized to help Constable Goff, stating "I know Holly.Lee said Constable Goff replied "I don't need anybody to help me arrest that lad."Lee and some neighbors removed Goff to his own residence and Dr. Stewart was summoned, who announced nothing could save the injured man.Attorney Holt said the case against Griffith was riddled with flawed evidence, although historian Howard B. Lee was convinced Griffith committed the murder.Lee had consistently opposed his pardon.


www.hurherald.com [cached]

By Howard B. Lee Lee wrote about him in his book Looking Backward One Hundred Years In Appalachia, acknowledging Constable Goff was once his neighbor. Lee said his brother, Wirt Lee declined to be deputized to help Constable Goff, stating "I know Holly.He is a well-armed dangerous outlaw who will kill before he will submit to arrest."Lee said Constable Goff replied "I don't need anybody to help me arrest that lad." Later, Wirt Lee found Goff lying in Griffith's yard.He covered his wounded body with bed clothes from Griffith's bed and left to summon help.Lee and some neighbors removed Goff to his own residence and Dr. Stewart was summoned, who announced nothing could save the injured man.He died one week later. Attorney Holt said the case against Griffith was riddled with flawed evidence, although historian Howard B. Lee was convinced Griffith committed the murder. Lee had consistently opposed his pardon.


www.hurherald.com [cached]

Lee wrote about him in his book Looking Backward One Hundred Years In Appalachia, acknowledging Constable Goff was once his neighbor. Lee said his brother, Wirt Lee declined to be deputized to help Constable Goff, stating "I know Holly.Lee said Constable Goff replied "I don't need anybody to help me arrest that lad." Later, Wirt Lee found Goff lying in Griffith's yard.He covered his wounded body with bed clothes from Griffith's bed and left to summon help.Lee and some neighbors removed Goff to his own residence and Dr. Stewart was summoned, who announced nothing could save the injured man.Attorney Holt said the case against Griffith was riddled with flawed evidence, although historian Howard B. Lee was convinced Griffith committed the murder. Lee had consistently opposed his pardon.


www.hurherald.com [cached]

Lee wrote about him in his book Looking Backward One Hundred Years In Appalachia, acknowledging Constable Goff was once his neighbor.Lee said his brother, Wirt Lee declined to be deputized to help Constable Goff, stating "I know Holly.Lee said Constable Goff replied "I don't need anybody to help me arrest that lad."Later, Wirt Lee found Goff lying in Griffith's yard.He covered his wounded body with bed clothes from Griffith's bed and left to summon help.Lee and some neighbors removed Goff to his own residence and Dr. Stewart was summoned, who announced nothing could save the injured man.Attorney Holt said the case against Griffith was riddled with flawed evidence, although historian Howard B. Lee was convinced Griffith committed the murder.Lee had consistently opposed his pardon.


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