The Missing 40 Gees Apr 6, 2010 21:50:47 GMT -5
Post by on Apr 6, 2010 21:50:47 GMT -5
It makes no sense to me and I just think some folks have a hard time dealing with reality.
It's easier to jump to conclusions,than to discuss something using common sense. I agree with all the points made here.
Diane never said David didn't give her any of the money,she said she didn't see the money. I hope she had enough sense to get something from him. I know i would have. David Ruffin was a grown man,MOST grown people have financial obligations,and all addicts struggle with paying bills or paying the drug man.
Murrell is quoted as telling Eddie he "saw" the money,but what else was he going to say? He was David's friend,he wasn't about to tell Eddie that David was spending the money. So trying to use that as proof David had the money is beyond ridiculous. David was stalling EK and DE for some reason. For all we know Murrell may have never had the money. There was no reason for him to do so.
David took time to fax a contract to Ms.Bowden,you telling me he didn't have time to wire his partners their money? There was no reason for him to hold onto their share of the money.Period.
I believe with all my heart David dipped into EK and DE share of the money. I also believe if the remaining money was taken it was either after David was on his way to the hospitial,or after he died. But as some posted,how do we know any money was left?
Again, Murrell is quoted he told Eddie and Dennis, "I see your money all $100-dollar-bills" Murrell is also quoted David gave it to him for "safekeeping." Tony Turner is quoted David told him he would be wiring the money 'bank-time Monday morning.'" Of course he didn'e make it. David didn't have a bank account in Philadelphia, this much I know. So who had the money in their bank, or said they did - stalling him over the weekend?