Comments for: State rests in murder trial of Anson man; defense to present witnesses

Posted Nov. 29, 2012, at 1:46 p.m.
Last modified Nov. 29, 2012, at 6:44 p.m.

SKOWHEGAN | The state rested its case Thursday afternoon in the murder trial of Robert Lee Nelson of Anson. Defense attorneys Philip Mohlar and John Alsop, both of Skowhegan, will present their witnesses on Friday in Somerset County Superior Court. Nelson waived his right to a jury trial. Instead, …

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  • Anonymous

    Death over a $35.00 pill? Pretty sad.

    • Rocky4

      Drugs & low IQ makes for a wonderful combination,

      • Dope Boy

        Yup ! (in spades in Maine)

        1/4 are illiterate, 1/2 are on some form of dope and most out of that 3/4 are criminals. That leaves a 1/4 percent left with at least half of that coming into Maine from out of State pimping our land off for the ‘wind farm fiasco’, buying us out of house and home and then suing us for blocking their view.

        • Rocky4


    • Anonymous

      going by the story ,it appears as though someone stole his entire prescription. I don’t know how many pills come in a prescription but if it was 100 pills at 35.00 bucks a pop, that’s a lot of money.

      • Rocky4

        Those oxycontin are going for $80.00 & up, each and in Kentucky
        they can fetch as much as $400.00 so I hear.
        (you can dispense with the accusations….I have friends in law enforcement)

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