Well, some people have reacted negatively to my last blog that raises questions about the killing of Outlaw artist Wayne Mills.
I can only say that it was meant to raise questions and not ire.
Most of it it, as you as readers can see, is conjecture, and that is why they are posed at questions. And I can say that a number of people have asked the same questions.
There are a few statements that I present as "fact." These are from the standpoint of what sources told me. Those sources could be wrong, but none of the persons named in the article have agreed to speak with me, so it is hard for me to get a complete view.
I want also to say that unless the trial is a sham--which I have no reason to believe that it will be--I have no intention to investigate what went on. Let the legal system takes its course.
Again, all I am doing is raising questions that hang on a structure of information that is woefully begging for someone to talk.
Both Shooter Jennings and Jon Hensley strongly disagree with the picture of the activities they were engaged in the night of Wayne's death. Jon called me today quite angry about what I had written. I would be happy to state what he said in more concrete words, but he told me that that would be inadvisable. As of this writing, Shooter doesn't want anything to do with me, which is sad but understandable.
Again, what Wayne, Shooter, and Jon were engaged in that night was related to me by one or more sources. Also, the photos that were forwarded to me--one of which appears on the Internet--do exist and have been related to me as being important to what went on.
I certainly do apologize to anyone and everyone who might take offense to the blog. I will have more to say in the near future but need to get my thoughts together.