GFunkMoneyDog wrote:Ive been on multiple sites and web forums and many claim that the Sheriff's office is crooked. It seems that the family were good old white trash like some of us. They fought chickens and grew marijuana. One law enforcement officer said that roughly 200 plants were found in one of the grow sites. We can only assume that the sites were similar in size and one plant produces
Let me try to explain this correctly. I have a family member who was in the indoor grow business for a while. Using a 400 watt light set up you can expect around 400 grams or 14 ounces of salable marijuana. With a 1200 watt light set up you can produce 1.2 kilograms or 42 ounces of salable marijuana. In KY and Indiana it sells for around $300/350 a ounce based on the quality. I'm going with the low price. So that's roughly $4,200 a plant times 200 for a grand total of $840,000. Were talking about a huge operation.
GFunkMoneyDog wrote:A new wrinkle in the case. The father of one of the victims came forward questioning how did the killers get past the dogs which included two trailer park unicorns. He said that "someone had to know them dogs."
Also each victim was shot at least twice with one victim being shot 9 times. Some of the victims were bruised from being beat.
The FBI has offered their assistance with investigation of this famlly annihilation. So far, it's been refused.
GFunkMoneyDog wrote:Their is a Kentucky connection with the family. Gary Rhoden was from Greenup County Ky. Must be where they weed growing knowledge came from.
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