Consider a GIFTto the
Heath Stocks Legal Expense Fund
January 19, 1993 - Letter to Ken Murphy at DHS from Boy Scouts of America Scout Executive, Jeffrie A. Herrmann. (new)
August 27, 1997 - Charles Walls, Jr. request of Farm Bureau Insurance Company to defend case against Jack Walls. (new)
January 22, 1997 - Letter to Inv. Hollingsworth from Inv. Alex Finger re Heath polygraph (see below) of Jan. 18, 1997, results.
January 27, 1997 - Letter to Larry Cook from Chief Charles Peckat requesting Jack be held without bond.
February 5, 1997 - Letter to Michael Stuart from Mac Carder, Jr. regarding Stuart's contact with Heath's family.
February 10, 1997 - Letter to Mac Carder from Larry Cook enclosing docs from his file (27 pgs).
October 13, 1997 - Morgan Welch letter to Larry Cook regarding solicitation of murder allegations against Hogans. (new)
October 17, 1997 - Letter to Judge Hanshaw from Chief Charles Peckat regarding Larry Cook.
December 30, 1998 - Betty Dickey letter of support to "Whom It May Concern" on behalf of Heath.
January 11, 1999 - Letter to "Whom It May Concern" from Chief Peckat regarding support for Heath.
February 9, 1999 - Letter to Chief Peckat from Joye Cook supporting a further look into Heath's case. (new)
April 30, 1999 - Letter to Heath from Ark Dept of Human Services regarding maltreatment by Jack Walls.
May 3, 2000 - Letter to Post Prison Transfer Board Members on behalf of Heath's clemency.
Pleadings (Heath's case)
1-9-97 Affidavit for Warrant of Arrest of Heath Stocks by Mark Hollingsworth (new)
1-21-97 Information Regarding Case CR 97-9 (new)
1-21-97 Petition for Mental Examination by Edgar Thompson (new)
1-21-97 Notice to Prosecuting Attorney and All Law Enforcement Agencies by Edgar Thompson (new)
1-21-97 Motion for Disclosure to Defendant by Edgar Thompson (new)
1-21-97 30-Day In Patient Evaluation Order for Psychiatric Examination by Judge Lance Hanshaw (new)
1-22-97 State's Motion for Discovery by Barbara Elmore (new)
1-23-97 Order of Appointment - Edgar Thompson (new)
1-24-97 Motion to Control Prejudicial Publicity by Mac Carder (new)
1-31-97 State's Response to Motion to Control Prejudicial Publicity by Larry Cook (new)
2-12-97 Supplemental Motion for Discovery and Disclosure by Mac Carder (new)
2-12-97 Motion to Compel Compliance with Discovery by Mac Carder (new)
2-12-97 Motion to Suspend Any and All Observation and Psychiatric Evaluation of Defendant by the ASH by Mac Carder (new)
2-14-97 State's Response to Defendant's Motion to Compel Compliance with Discovery by Larry Cook (new)
2-27-97 State's Response to Defendant's Supplemental Motion for Discovery and Disclosure by Larry Cook (new)
3-20-97 Order Control of Publicity by Judge Hanshaw (new)
6-5-97 Guilty Plea Agreement (new)
6-6-97 Judgment and Commitment Order (new)
January 18, 1997 (1:10 p.m.)
January 18, 1997 (7:05 p.m.) - Post-interview of polygraph exam - confession.
and "Live" interview with Inv. Hollingsworth (7:08).
January 18, 1997 (time and location unknown) - "Live Interview" taken by Hollingsworth, Finger, and "Officer." [Incomplete]
January 20, 1997 (2:08 p.m.)
January 20, 1997 (2:12 p.m.) - Steve Finch's handwritten version of 2:08 interview, above.
January 21, 1997 (time and author unknown) - [Incomplete]
September 9, 1997 - Interview during the investigation of Jack Walls, III.
1997 (exact date unknown) - Interview by Chief Charles Peckat during the investigation of Jack Walls, III.
Victim Impact Hearing (Jan. 22, 1998)
Heath Stocks - Discusses Jack, abuse, and family.
Rev. Robert Marble - Considered a "hostile witness," spoke of knowing about the sexual relationship of Jack and Heath, as well as being told by Heath, personally, that "Jack made me do it," in regards to the murder of his family.
Annie May Harris - Heath's maternal grandmother discusses her daughter, Barbara Harris Stocks, her family, Heath, and the secret she was told by Barbara just before her death.
City of Carlisle v. Charles A. Walls, III - Trial transcript of Carlisle Municipal Court Case No. CR-93-698 (missing pgs. 76 & 77) - suit brought by Cledis and Doug Hogan versus Jack Walls regarding campout incident on December 29, 1992.
Handwritten note to Cledis Hogan regarding an incident at a campout on Walls' farm.campout on Walls' farm.
Letter to Jack Walls, dated January 5, 1993, from Scout Executive, Jeffrie Herrmann, revoking Jack's affiliation with the Boy Scouts of America.
Transcript of Deposition of Charles A. "Jack" Walls, III on April 29, 1994 by Attorney Chip Welch, attorney for the Plaintiffs Cledis and Doug Hogan. (new)
October 7, 1997 - Order Control of Publicity - signed by Judge Lance Hanshaw.
October 30, 1997 - Affidavit for Search Warrant of Walls residence by Chief Peckat, ordered by Judge Lance Hanshaw. (new)
October 17, 1997 - Motion to Disqualify As Prosecuting Attorney - Filed by Larry K. Cook; citing an attempt to "avoid even the appearance of potential conflict. . ." in prosecuting Charles "Jack" Walls, III.
October 31, 1997 - Lonoke Police Dept. Incident Report regarding recovered stolen revolver from Walls residence during search. (new)
February 4, 1998 - Dissertation of Judge Lance Hanshaw during sentencing of Jack Walls.
Evidence (Jack's case)
Memo to Cpt. Williams from Inv. Hollingsworth dated June 1, 1999, regarding Missing Stocks Crime Scene Video.
SANDY DAVIS SERIES - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Sunday, March 14, 1999 - Inquiry in Walls sex case leaves Scout's dad bitter
Sunday, March 28, 1999 - His victims say Walls set up world of drink, smut, sex -- and fear Scout leader got boys to view parents as enemy
Sunday, April 18, 1999 - SPECIAL REPORT 'More Loyal to him than own family' Killer of mom, dad, sister talks about JackWalls
January 20, 1997 (Arkansas Democrat Gazette) - News conference photo - by Karen Vandonge.
January 20, 1997 (Arkansas Democrat Gazette ) - Son slaughtered family, ransacked home, police say - by Frank Wolfe
January 21, 1997 (Arkansas Democrat Gazette) - Friend recalls an angry son: 'I never thought he'd ...do it' - by Judd Slivka and Joe Stumpe
January 22, 1997 (Lonoke Democrat) - Triple murder shocks city; son arrested - by Ed Galucki
January 22, 1997 (Arkansas Democrat Gazette) - Son's plea to slayings delayed for mental tests - by Judd Slivka
February 5, 1997 (Lonoke Democrat) - Two calls made from Stocks home - by Unknown
January 23, 1997 (Arkansas Democrat Gazette) - Lonoke faces 'giants' that took 3 lives - by Judd Slivka
June 11, 1997 (The Leader) - Stocks changes plea, gets 3 life sentences - by Mark Carter
June 11, 1997 (The Leader) - Grandparents: Show mercy for Heath - by the families of Elwood and Annie Mae Harris and Martin and Dorothy Stocks
June 11, 1997 (Lonoke Democrat) - Stocks pleads guilty; to spend life in prison - by Ed Galucki