Information about Tom Miller
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There is another story I just thought of that I would like to bring to
 everyones attention. Tom Miller was married to Judith Phillips, a former 
wife of the Ramsey's friend Gary Phillips. He and Patsy worked together in Atlanta and 
they reconnected in Boulder since both had moved there. 
 From what I know Gary and Judith divorced, he moved to Boulder. Judith later followed him to Boulder,
 then Judith hooked up with a slime ball lawyer named Thomas Cecil
 "Doc" Miller. Doc Miller had some connection to the sale of the ransom
 note the tabloids along with Richard Talfryn "Tal" Jones aka Sprague.
 Tal is a step brother to Gwen Boykin the godaughter of Fleet Senior
 that I mentioned earlier. Tal worked for Doc Miller  as a paralegal or
 something. So did a lady by the name of Pamela Hadas. I spoke with
 Pamela Hadas for about an hour on the phone one day and she had alot
 to say, most of it was backed up by court records I later researched.
 Pamela told me that the day after the murder Tal Jones came to the
 office and told Doc that he had just spoke to Fleet White and he told
 him in confidence that Burke was the killer. Pamela said that same day
 that Doc Miller and Tal had gotten in to a physical fight in the
 office and Doc put a knife to Tal's throat. She didn't know what the
 arguement was about but she and other employees were able to break it
 up. Mary Suma didn't think that Tal knew Fleet at this point but
 Pamela claimed they did. Tal has often been described by Lou and Mary
 as Fleet's henchmen. He circulated the internet forums trying to waive
 public opinion. At one point he even
 tried to intervene with the grand jury proceedings. So it appears to
 me that  either Fleet started this rumor about Burke or Tal Jones did.
 I have to wonder why? Burke was a 9 year old child. What were they
 thinking? Were they trying to drive attention away from someone else?
 Alyce Christoff, Gwen's mother said after the murder that she wouldn't
 be surprised if Tal had something to do with it. He has always been on
 mine and Mary's list of suspects for that reason. Nancy Krebs also
 mentioned him in her deposition.
 From everything I researched Doc was a real slime ball. Pamela Hadas
 was his former high school teacher. She is a literary scholar and
 poet. They ran in to one another near Boulder and he told her that he
 wanted to learn poetry. He then hired her to work in his office as a
 legal aid. Pamela had lent him a substantial amount of money at one
 point. He was later able to commit her to a mental ward for a period
 of time, put her house in to his name, and transfer all of her money
 to himself. She was eventually able to get out of the mental ward and
 file a lawsuit against him. The jury wanted to award her far more than
 the court would allow. However, she never received a dime from Doc
 Miller. He put his house in Judith's name, she sold it and Dr. Pamela
 Hadas got nothing.(see attached court document)  I found the woman to
 be perfectly sane and stable when I spoke to her.  I found this is a
 strategy Doc Miller has done to others. If I recall correctly he has
 had at least one or two of his employees put in to mental wards, he
 also had one of his clients put in to a mental ward. His parents were
 threatening to sue him for doing nothing in their son's case after
 taking a huge amount of money. How can so many people around him all
 be crazy?  In any case he does not appear to be a very good person.


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.pdf   hadas complaint.pdf (Size: 794.79 KB / Downloads: 0)
.pdf   Jury clears man in bribery case.pdf (Size: 61.72 KB / Downloads: 2)
.pdf   Steve Gartin document Tom Miller.pdf (Size: 60.85 KB / Downloads: 0)
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