“The Cold Case of who murdered Ken Rex McElroy is prime material for a dark comedy. This dude was such an unrelenting piece of trash, buried beneath the prison-type scumbags, and terrorized a small rural town his whole life. He’d get away with it every time because he would intimidate anyone who sought to press charges against him. Implicated in arson, assault, SA, etc. So yeah no tears shed for that psychopath.
Anyway, there was a town meeting to discuss what to do with him because everyone was sick of his behavior. The Sheriff told them to just avoid him and set up a neighborhood watch to keep track of him. Right then they found out he was drinking at a bar. The sheriff told them to leave him alone and go home but he had other things to do so he left THE COUNTY. So what do these people do? They go to set up that neighborhood watch. Neighborhood watch this man die.
Over 60 people travel to the bar Ken was at where they crowded him as he drank and slung insults at him. He went to his truck where his underage wife was sitting in the passenger seat, talked some more trash in response, and reportedly was going to grab a weapon. So over 60 people must subscribe to the theory that a bad guy assumes room temperature only when well ventilated because he then got lit up. The number of shooters is unknown but there were 2 separate calibers identified from the rounds found in his body and both were popular hunting rounds. To this day, his murder is unsolved because all 60+ people won’t say anything. The FBI showed up to help investigate and still, everyone kept tight-lipped. One person told them, ‘That boy needed a killing.'”