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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Boys on the Tracks

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click to enlarge BILLY JACK HAYNES: Claims knowledge of Boys on the Tracks case.
  • BILLY JACK HAYNES: Claims knowledge of Boys on the Tracks case.
A former wrestler offers the latest take on what REALLY happened when two boys were run over by a train in Saline County in 1987.

Meet Billy Jack Haynes, from KARK report. He claims he witnessed the murders of Kevin Ives and Don Henry. He points the finger at a corrupt, unnamed politician.

I think this is where I came in.

Mara Leveritt, who literally wrote the book on this case, has posted a link to this article in her Facebook page and urged readers to support Ives’ mother Linda in support of her lawsuit to open up records in the case. KATV is also planning a report Thursday.

One more thing: Haynes is invoking the Seth Rich case. Not a credibility plus.

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