Tomato Patch Murder: Understanding Why Billy Crowder Did What He Did

It’s Back, The Tomato Patch Murder I

I watched for the first time today this episode on American justice. It was so much like my own life of abuse, neglect and torture that I was moved to find out as much as possible. For me, I watched my own mother being beaten, battered, verbally and emotionally torn apart by my own father for years on end.

At one point in my life, as a teenager I too thought seriously about shooting my own father.

I now am very grateful I did not choose to do this. But living with this horror on a day end day out basis does some horrendous damage in every way possible. I can understand why Billy Crowder chose to do what he did because I have lived it also.

I am diagnosed with PTSD, and have been addicted to cocaine off and on for around 25 years with mental illness diagnosed by professionals. Yes I would say it had an effect on me! I hope that someone in the judicial system will do something to help this family and especially Billy Crowder.

Something isn’t adding up in this small town in Georgia.

I would like to know where Billy Crowder can be reached and his family members.