Suzanna Chevalier (4-18-1966 / Elizabeth, New Jersey)
THE PEOPLE THAT KNEW I WAS INNOCENT
Thank Frank and all of my true friends
For being there for me in the end.
They knew me as a person and I would never
Harm physically anyone…
No it was the alleged victim
Who tried to shoot more than someone
She had used a 38 caliber which you know is a gun.
So it is sad, but it shows her character so true…
She could do this to another person just like she did to Sue.
Yes, everyone felt bad for what happened here
False 911 calls and false police report which were very insincere.
This might have been prevented
if I had a mediator/crime detective
from the Sheriff department talk to me at best.
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