Fade to Black wrote:I heard Coy got alot of hate by people when they started making An American Crime since he quit his job due to the attention his was getting.
adultromance27 wrote:Fade to Black wrote:I heard Coy got alot of hate by people when they started making An American Crime since he quit his job due to the attention his was getting.
I thought he got fired from that job. That's what I've read. He did get a lot of attention from that movie and his boss found out who he was and fired him. I read that, but I wish I knew for sure.
DianaIsabel wrote:I haven't done too much research on Coy's involvement in the case, but based on what I've read about him, I say he is guilty. I've heard about him practicing his judo flips on Sylvia, which would make him guilty. I don't know about everyone else, but sometmes I feel like there are some events in the abuse that we will never know if they really happened. I feel like the Baniszewskis must've made up some stuff to make themselves look innocent. All I can say about this is that based on my own research, Coy is as guilty as the rest of them.
Anita M. Ayers wrote:I remember Coy Hubbard coming to our house one time in Greenwood after he got out of jail. He was quiet and very reserved. He was not chemically impaired in any way. He came to see my brother Mike and I think it was right after he got out of jail. After he left Mike talked about him having so many enemies and how his life was in ruin. I just vaguely remember him saying that Coy felt terrible about his part in Sylvia's death and that he did not do all they accused him of. He said that it was Gertrude Baniszewski who pressured them to do what they did to Sylvia. Mike's girlfriend Karen (at the time who later became his wife) said Coy was a messed up human being.
mrdg1 wrote:Thanks again for sharing your story Anita. from what I've read over the years, coy hubbard has lost more than a few jobs once his idenity was discovered. why hubbard and hobbs didn't have their names changed is beyond me.I'm surprised he even stayed in the Indlps. area after being released from prison.I have no sympathy for coy hubbard because of his brutal part in this crime.I do have sympathy for his family and children.coy hubbard should have followed John Ban. Jr.'s lead and made a public statement of remorse and acceptance for his part in this crime.
DLW wrote:That's what I think too! He should have stayed locked up!! Yes I also agree why didn't he change his name and move out of state?!
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