“Blackie Malloy” =Wade Truett

In the “comment” section of this blog, you can read a message from “Jim” about his memories of the 1964 murders of  three Gwinnett County sheriff’s deputies.  He correctly identified two of those convicted as Alec Evans, Vincent Williams but he thought the third member of the trio was “Blackie Malloy”.    Jim’s memory may be confusing fact with fiction.   Seems to me that “Blackie Malloy” was a character from one of those fictional detective novels.  Fact:  the third man convicted was Wade Truett.   Truett got a good deal from the prosecution by testifying against Evans and Williams.   He later became a valuable informant for law enforcement officers.  Truett died of natural causes some years later.  Willliams was paroled after about 20 years in prison.  I don’t know whether he’s still alive.   I do know that the now 85-year-old Alec Evans still is in prison proclaiming his innocence.

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4 Responses to ““Blackie Malloy” =Wade Truett”

  1. linda Says:

    truett should never been let out of where he was at… he was a evil person to the bone… he ruined everybody’s life that he touched….may he rot in HELL… I AM HIS YOUNGEST SISTER….!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Mackie Carson Says:

    Linda please contact me at mcarson@numail.org.

  3. lynn Says:

    who are you ….EXACTLY..!!!!!!!!

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