Dee Dee Moore tries to dig her way out

Dee Dee Moore, getting ever more desperate, has now admitted to covering up Abraham Shakespeare’s death. However, she swears she did not personally kill him. That part may actually be true. Dee Dee doesn’t strike me as the kind of person who would get her hands dirty if she could avoid it. But it doesn’t really matter — under American law, if Dee Dee Moore was an accomplice in Shakespeare’s death, she gets punished just the same as if she were the actual killer.

This is like the ten billionth story she’s told about Shakespeare. First he was alive and still hanging around the area. Then he was alive and she’d helped him disappear and didn’t know where he was. Then he was dead, but she didn’t do it, no, it was Colonel Mustard in the ballroom with the wrench!

The police were calling her a “person of interest” which is a euphemism for “suspect.” Now, it seems, they’re calling her a “person of intense interest.” What’s that a euphemism for? “Person who is guiltier than OJ” perhaps? Though I really don’t like that article/editorial. The author seems to be saying that Shakespeare deserved what happened to him because he couldn’t handle all his money. Shakespeare couldn’t have read the guy’s advice book anyway.

There’s a good article in the Lakeland Ledger about the latest developments. I love how the headline is just “Moore Denies Killing Him.” No more specifics needed. You can also view the video Dee Dee made as evidence that Shakespeare had just walked out of his life.

Me, I think Dee Dee Moore is an excellent candidate for a profile on People You’ll See in Hell. Of course her deadly sin would be Greed.

4 thoughts on “Dee Dee Moore tries to dig her way out

  1. C February 3, 2010 / 2:45 pm

    She’s in Hillsborough County Jail charged with accessory to first degree murder after the fact.

  2. danielle February 3, 2010 / 2:50 pm

    C: Accessory? not murder itself?

  3. C February 3, 2010 / 4:06 pm

    From what I’ve been reading, all they can prove so far is that she hired someone with a backhoe to dig the whole, she bought lime, and she had the guy come back the next day and fill the whole. She is being held without bail though.

  4. Justin February 3, 2010 / 9:11 pm

    I’ve never heard the term “A Person of Intense Interest” used by law enforcement before. My interpretation of that is it means the DA is about three breaths away from charging her.

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