Robbie Thomas & Law Enforcement Officer Andy DeLay Break Case Wide Open Finding Sheriff's Office Botched Case & Swept It Under The Rug!
With a deathbed confession from the main murderer, to interrogation videos that clearly show mishandled case, evidence of a bloody knife found at crime scene (not) taken into account and so much more... this case has been botched!
Read the family's story in the Sentinel Echo Newspaper and the facts of this case that is now catching national news in America.
“It was a cover-up,” said Rosalie Brewer Simpson, one of Herbert Brewer’s surviving children. “We know the story, how it happened. The sheriff’s office covered it up. A person saw three men coming from the trailer and one of them was carrying a gasoline can. Even after interviewing her, the police just threw it off.”
Simpson said the Laurel County sheriff at the time, after losing his bid for re-election, gave the family a going away present—photos.
“He just threw a bunch of negatives at us,” Simpson said. “My sister and I took them to Walmart to get them developed. What we saw when we got the prints horrified us.”
“I saw the photos of their bodies burned up,” Simpson said. “My dad had one of his arms cut off. My little brother had a knot in his forehead the size of a baseball bat. The police wouldn’t do anything. They said we were ignorant and stupid.”
When the two men and members of the family visited the scene of the fire, Thomas felt strongly that the Brewers were robbed and killed before the fire had been set.
“They got a taped confession from one of the suspects,” said Larry Ballinger Jr., grandson of Herbert Brewer. “We heard the confession. Then when DeLay gave the tape to the investigator with the sheriff’s office he took it into a room, then came out and said there was nothing on it.”
“We heard the tape,” Simpson said. “One of the suspects confessed. The whole family heard it. They (the police) wouldn’t let Andy (DeLay) and Robbie (Thomas) go into the room with them when they got the tape.”
(Read More Here)
Robbie Thomas has assisted Law Enforcement for decades and has been followed closely in the media for the work he does on murder/missing persons case's. He has appeared on many television programs and in the news that center around his ability to find closure to some of the toughest cases known: NBC, CBS, ABC, GAIA TV, CKCO, Daytime Live Rogers Television, StarChoice, Bell Expressview, New RO (CTV), and many more. Aside from the numerous television appearances, he has been heard on radio shows around the world such as CBS, Coast To Coast Am, Fade To Black, Tracie Austin Show, Midnight In The Desert, ZTalk Radio, Kevin Smith Show, Barbara Mackey Show CBS, True Ghost Stories Show, Keeler Show New York, Bob Fm, The Eagle 103.3 FM, CHOK 1070 AM, The Fox 99.9 and many more.
He has been featured in many magazines worldwide such as, Taps Paranormal Magazine (United States), Intrepid Magazine (United States), Visions Magazine (United States), Signs Magazine (England), Bellesprit Magazine (United States), Suspense Magazine (United States), Paranormal Magazine (England), Unexplained Paranormal Magazine (United States), Fix Magazine (Canada), Pen It Magazine (United States) and more.
Robbie has been a keynote speaker at many events and conventions over the years, where he speaks on the various cases he has helped solve. He has also toured on his own in the Ghost Encounters Tour 2005, Power Of Spirit Tour 2007, Psychic Justice Tour 2010, CoExistence Filming/Tour 2017 and many other short tours.
Robbie Thomas is not only openly endorsed by many levels of Law Enforcement, Agencies, Organizations, and families; he is one of the most sought after Psychic Mediums today. His ability to assist Governments, Law Enforcement, Agencies, Organizations, and families internationally is unprecedented and remarkable. Law Enforcement often call upon him to assist in some of the most heinous crimes committed world wide.
Sign up at Robbie Thomas Psychic Medium Criminal Profiler to hear about events and specials.