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“It wasn’t me. I wan’t there.” -Amy “Wile E. Coyote” Bishop

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Wednesday, March 24, 2010

“It wasn’t me.”

That’s the asinine claim being made by Dr. Amy Bishop, PhD (Harvard) – sometimes also known as Amy “Wile E. Coyote” Bishop – the former UAH Biology professor whom shot and killed three of her former colleagues, and seriously wounding three others.

No doubt, she’s working on a multiple personality disorder defense.

Crazy like a fox?
Huntsville Police Department Investigator David Gray testified about his 2-hour interview with Bishop, and reported that
“she seemed alert and intelligent, but she denied being at the meeting, denied that a shooting took place, and insisted “that wasn’t me,” or, “I wasn’t there.” When HPD Investigator Gray was cross-examined, he added that Bishop seemed calm, and did not appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

The Corporate Owned Newspaper (CON) The Huntsville (behind the) Times writer Brian Lawson reported that Bishop’s husband, James Anderson, told investigators that “she had seemed normal the day of the shooting.”

Highly intelligent, high risk
Madison County Chief Deputy Chris Stephens said that Bishop, who made her court appearance surrounded by numerous deputies who were on “elevated awareness,” was shackled, handcuffed and wore a pair of blood red scrubs, is a “high-risk” inmate because she is highly intelligent, and has a lot of time on her hands.

Bishop is in solitary confinement and under constant surveillance in the Madison County Metro Jail.

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