YCSD investigators canvassed Malco theater employees to try to confirm that Kenneth Lemmons was there on the night Veronica Smith died.

The interviews summarized are some of the most typical or relevant to the investigation and are representative of all interviews conducted.


Morgan

Name: James Morgan
Address: 1505 Jefferson Avenue, Oxford, MS

Mr. Morgan has worked at the Malco theater for four yearscollecting tickets.

Morgan said he sees a lot of people come in, but he did remember seeing the man at the popcorn counter after being shown a photo. Morgan said the man was loud and was talking to everyone that would talk to him.

Morgan said that when Lemmons came to his line, Morgan only spoke briefly with him, just long enough to tell him the number of the theater where his movie was playing.

Morgan said he didn’t remember seeing Lemmons leave after the movie, but said he never noticed anyone when they left.

"Who cares who’s leaving? My job is to care who comes in, not who goes out."

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Looks almost like he wanted to make sure he would be remembered doesn't it?

 
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Did he even go in and watch the Movie?

 
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Good question. Maybe the detectives should explore that!!

 
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Three ppl can vouch for Kenneth Lennon's being at the movies bc of how loud he was while making his way through the ticket window, popcorn stand and while finding his way to the theater playing his film. No one can say when he left the theater or...

Three ppl can vouch for Kenneth Lennon's being at the movies bc of how loud he was while making his way through the ticket window, popcorn stand and while finding his way to the theater playing his film. No one can say when he left the theater or if he ever found his way to his seat in the booth. This is obviously not a solid alibi. But, what would be his motive besides revenge? He was not only suing dr. Smith but he was also suing her partners and the hospital itself. It was more than likely he would have won the lawsuit considering dr. Smith accidentally killed his wife. He states that well waiting for his disability his finances are dwindling. But unless he had some sort of life insurance for dr. Smith I cannot see how he would benefit financially from her death. The detectives in charge really should look into this I would like an answer seen as I can't ask for myself.

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