Sunday, March 10, 2019

Kim Parker died 6 years ago today and we still don't know why

 If you subscribe you can read the very long article. The reporter, Cody Shepard from the Enterprise did a very thorough job and believe it or not.. after all these years... Cody turned up two facts that were overlooked by everyone until now.

By Cody Shepard
The Enterprise

 “We have no more answers than we had the night she died,” said Stephanie Deeley, of Framingham, who is Kimberly Parker’s sister. “Kim was found unresponsive on her front lawn. The only person with her was her husband.”
ABINGTON — Kimberly Boleza Parker was one of the most adventurous people you could ever meet.
Whether it was bungee jumping, off-roading, riding a motorcycle, jumping from a plane or even letting her too-young-to-drive nephew operate a snowmobile nearly 80 mph down a hill in New Hampshire, she was always up for adventure.
But, as adventurous as she was, Parker was equally genuine.
Her sister, Stephanie Deeley of Framingham, remembers a time when she visited Parker while she was attending The Medical University of South Carolina for graduate school. They had gone out to dinner and were walking through a park on their way back to Parker’s apartment.
“There were a couple of homeless gentlemen in the park. I thought Kim was just going to give them our leftover food, but Kim went over, sat down on a bench with them, engaged them in a conversation,” Deeley said. “I was very standoffish, I’m embarrassed to say, but after a few minutes, I got involved and we ended up spending like an hour talking to these guys. To Kim... everybody was equal, everybody was valuable.”
Parker never had it easy in life. Her father died less than a month after her fifth birthday and her mother, who had serious health issues for years, died months after Kimberly turned 22. She was raised mostly by Deeley and her brother, Ed Boleza of Abington, and her friends.
But she was still highly successful. She owned a home, she became a bio-safety officer at two different hospitals in Boston and a bio-safety manager at a third. She also worked for the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services, responding to hazardous materials incidents.
But six years ago today, under what her family say are suspicious conditions, it was all taken from her.
Parker was found unresponsive on the front lawn of the East Bridgewater home she shared with her husband, Richard R. Parker. She was rushed by ambulance to Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital. But it was too late. Doctors pronounced Kimberly Parker dead.
Her family says they are left with the same questions they had immediately after her death.
“We have no more answers than we had the night she died,” said Deeley. “Kim was found unresponsive on her front lawn. The only person with her was her husband, who was facing charges for attempted murder and a slew of other charges against her, which he was later convicted of and is serving time for. Rich has never been questioned about Kim’s death.”


At March 11, 2019 at 1:17 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heartbreaking and unsettling story to hear how the system failed your family. Kudos to you and your family for continuing to fight this battle on your sister-in-laws behalf

At March 11, 2019 at 1:54 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been thinking about how to respond to this posting since I read it. No good words to say here. I am shocked at the failure of the system here. How can this guy not have even been questioned about the death of a woman he was accused of trying to kill previously? Something is wrong here. Did this guy know the cop who responded? That cop should be fired if he is that lousy a cop.

At March 11, 2019 at 3:03 PM , Blogger jim Pillsbury said...

We don't know what the past relationship was... but the same cop was at the Parker address many times in the past, so one could conclude, he knew them both. Unfortunately, that same officer is now the public records point person for the department and has the authority to redact any information requests that are being sent out. Classic cover-up.

At March 11, 2019 at 3:05 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you kidding me? They guy can protect himself by redacting whatever might make him look bad and no one sees that as a conflict of interest? This is absurd.

At March 11, 2019 at 3:07 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saw this story on Fox News at 10 last night and was motivated to google it to learn more which is how I came upon your blog. If what the reporting says is true, sounds like a cop covered for a friend to let him get away with murder. How do you call this cop out and hold him accountable?

At March 11, 2019 at 3:18 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

My sympathies to you and your family on this terrible miscarriage of justice. So sad.

At March 11, 2019 at 3:29 PM , Blogger jim Pillsbury said...

We have hope..that at some point, the facts will be uncovered and we will find out what killed her. Until then we will continue to ask the media for their help in keeping the pressure on those who know what the facts are. Many mistakes were made in the initial response from the cops, Home Land Security, the DA's office and State Police. We can't go back and make up a crime scene. Much is left up to speculation, but not useful in a prosecution.

At March 11, 2019 at 4:14 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is an unbelievable story to see how so much of the system failed this young woman. I hope you keep fighting for answers here.

At March 11, 2019 at 4:14 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think you and your family should be very careful when driving in E. Bridgewater. I suspect you are all on their screen as big time annoyances for calling them out for their unethical and probably criminal behavior and that won't sit will with the cops in E. Bridgewater

At March 11, 2019 at 5:32 PM , Blogger jim Pillsbury said...

Your right... but what recourse do we have? Any attempt by any of them would just make matters worse for them.

At March 12, 2019 at 11:12 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim you are known for going after issues like this. I hope you are doing that in this case. This is just plain unbelievable that a cop could mess up like this. Something is very suspicious here

At March 12, 2019 at 3:26 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope you find a way to get justice for this beautiful young woman. My sincere condolences to you and your family on such a terrible miscarriage of justice.

At March 12, 2019 at 4:56 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this really a true story or are you just pulling our leg with some fake news? I can't believe this is all true.

At March 12, 2019 at 5:02 PM , Blogger jim Pillsbury said...

oh man.. i wish it weren't so... but it's all real and we are still working on getting answers even today.

At March 13, 2019 at 1:51 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep working. This can not be ignored. How can we help.


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