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K.t.K.
Avoid the possibility of criminal charges?
Fri Jul 14, 2017 17:30
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Since when did any Earp (or a Doc Holliday for that matter) show any undue concern about facing criminal charges in any State or Territory?

According to my latest count the Earp brothers accumulated an aggregate of 46 arrests, beginning about 1858 and going well into the 20th Century. Three of them are on record for running away from arrests or court appearances or jumping bond; two of them documented in spectacular jail breaks. But that's all we've found yet.

When boys like these grow up with a father as a J.P. - Nick himself being arrested multiple times - tricks of the crooked trades are learned young.

These boys knew how to beat criminal charges six ways from Sunday, and you know it, even if its only Wyatt you are interested in.
Wyatt's middle name should have been Perjury.
Why don't you count up Doc's many arrests all over tarnation? I'm exhausted with the other five.

  • ButTom Gaumer, Fri Jul 14 10:25
    Didn't the prosecutor Lyttleton Price say in the newspaper he had talked with the Witnesses about Doc's involvement in the stage attack and found them not credible at all. Did he not then refuse to... more
    • Avoid the possibility of criminal charges? — K.t.K., Fri Jul 14 17:30
      • You should put up the 46 arrests before the listTom Gaumer, Fri Jul 21 23:48
        KTK gets so long no one can handle it:-) Wyatt's story that the businessmen bought out Sippy is still the wiser way to go if moving him out required any effort at all. Both newspapers still agreed... more
        • Evidently you have never researchedK.t.K., Sun Jul 23 13:24
          ...the lives of James, Morgan and Warren Earp, who are all documented for intimidation, threats and/or terrorizing of either men, women, or both, in many different places across the frontier -... more
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