G-LtE™: Cops Cops Tramps and Thieves, INVADE the Linn WV HOME of Ruth Mitchell!!
Linda Huff the current fiduciary commissioner originally turned down the job saying the estate was a mess and there were too many discrepancies. But, now Mr. Chapman the President of the Gilmer County Commission has assigned Linda Huff to be the current fiduciary commissioner. The estate accounting is still in limbo and remains NOT CLOSED, while the bond by Mike Murphy the executor of the Cottrill estate may have to cover lost funds that are said to be missing from the estate accounting, but that matter still has not been confirmed.
Given all of this information it may come as no surprise that the home of Ruth Mitchell was raided by the appearance of no less than NINE PATROL cars, both from the State Police and the Gilmer County Sheriff’s office on Wednesday 11 February 2015!!
Was this an attempt for the executor Mike Murphy and Venita Cottrill to circumvent that 4 to 1 Supreme Court Ruling and take the law into their own hands?
Does the raid of nine patrol cars resulting in RUTH MITCHELL being removed from her home a direct result of the fact that Ruth Mitchell recently filed a complaint of murder against Venita Cottrill and Freda Cottrill? Are the raid and threats and removal from her home a way to SHUT RUTH MITCHELL UP about being an EYE WITNESS to murder?
GILMER FREE PRESS REPORTS the REAL TRUTH on the POLICE RAID in LINN WV Wednesday February 11th as they present….
This is an encore presentation of one of the highest rated Gilmer Free Press articles authored by a leading member of the Council of Concerned Citizens for Central West Virginia — which is being presented in a timely manner — in celebration of the fact that the Gilmer County Commission disapproved the final settlement of the Cottrill Estate based on a questionable final accounting presented by executor Mike Murphy — that did not include the sale of 36 acres of the Cottrill Estate. The Final Accounting and settlement of the Cottrill Estate contained no details or mention of the sale other than the fact the land that was sold was appraised for 166,000 dollars.
The alleged sale was final before the estate was closed, since the fact of the matter…
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