Let’s talk about Truman Simon’s version of the crime. Just a couple of things we know.
The kids were killed at Koehne Park and transported to Speegleville Park in Gilbert’s truck.
I don’t remember what was said about the positioning of Jill, Raylene, and Kenneth in the van.
No matter where you put them, however, two in the back and Jill in the front as I believe I remember, there is a glaring problem.
The only blood found on each of the victims was their own.
No blood from any of the others was on Kenneth. Not Raylene, not Jill either.
How did that happen?
How do you move three bleeding victims from Koehne Park to Speegleville Park without them transferring blood to one another?
This is a proven Forensic fact by the way.
So. Gilbert’s truck was never even brought to Waco until Carlton Stowers bought it for Truman.
Truck was never luminolled.
Simons shredded the truck at Melvin Lipshiz’s scrapyard in Waco.
Truman Simons said he never got any “warm and fuzzy” feelings from Anthony Melendez.
No blood on one another doesn’t make me feel warm and fuzzy towards Simons shredding Gilbert’s truck.
Simons also talks about finding Jill Montgomery’s jewelry at Koehne Park days after the killings, he says that “Willie found it”. Right?
Jan Thompson, aunt of Jill Montgomery will happily tell you that before the jewelry was found by Simons, he came by and saw her and her sister, Jill’s mom, with a Sears catalog and asked them to pick out which stuff looked the most like Jill’s. Of course, Truman Simons and Vic Feazell are the only bastions of honesty in this, the womenfolk are all liars or crazy”, at least according to Simons and Feazell.
Simons can weave his stories and perhaps can even still “Simonize” a few but anyone with any common sense when faced with the issue of the blood transfer will have to look at this case with questions you can bet Simons will avoid answering.
Truman Simons, Private Detective