Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Mea Culpa: Understanding Tammy Moorer
I weighed in with an opinion about Tammy Moorer that is contrary to the above sentence; that her ranting post did not show guilty knowledge of Heather's death.
I was wrong.
I was frightfully wrong.
The posting was not consistent with what we generally find in statements from the guilty. The guilty will show contempt, or cast blame, towards the victim, but not openly. Statement Analysis looks for the subtle disdain of the victim, (or blaming) after all, what guilty party wants to be seen in open hatred of the victim?
Tammy Moorer does.
I say that I was "frightfully" wrong because it is rare to see such a blistering hatred, posted for the public to see, while Heather's status was only "missing."
This hatred had to be all consuming for Tammy Moorer, who appears to have liked to portray herself as a seductress of sorts, with her sexed up photo-shopped photo, while being the spokesman of the family. Her venom towards Heather as well as the little we know about her from reports, tells us that she is a powerful, domineering personality, one who is unafraid to collect welfare while making constant trips to Disney, an expense many of us don't have the luxury to expend. She is said to be a "gamer", that is, one who finds ways to sue, or threaten to sue, for money, to maintain her fantasy lifestyle. Her incessant posting shows a compulsive, narcissistic personality, all consumed with her own grandiose view of self, something she may have inherited from her father.
'Do not cross Tammy' is a lesson her younger, dominated husband learned...the hard way.
I was frightfully wrong, as Tammy's post haunts my thoughts. Her rage and blistering insult, even to the taunting of Heather's father, tells us much about her sociopathic-like personality: she does not care.
She did not care, perhaps, for the pleadings of a young, beautiful girl, who met all of Tammy's rage, all of her insult, all of her pain, her aging, her sagging appearance, so important to the uncultivated soul given to vanity, in one fateful last encounter. She had threatened, able to articulate her rage, and was capable of not only following through with it, but was incapable of withholding her rage, even while it would draw not only the ire of the public, but the attention of investigators.
Imagine, for a moment, being a juror in the penalty phase of the murder trial and seeing this post. It is without compassion or mercy. It shows no understanding of parental protective capacities, nor the pain that Terry Elvis experienced.
Tammy Moorer cares only for Tammy Moorer, with even her children living in filth and unsanitary disorder and madness.
Tammy Moorer did not likely sleep much, waiting, as it were, each day for "that knock on the door" that the guilty must experience, even if they feel no guilt. For police to charge Tammy Moorer for murder, along with her husband, while having no body, tells us the evidence must be extreme.
As extreme, perhaps, as the posting of the venom within her poisoned soul. For Tammy, Dorian Gray's portrait mirrored her own ugly soul, and the much younger, and beautiful Heather Elvis, represented to Tammy that her investment into her appearance, left her bankrupt in soul, with no loveliness to call her own.
Vile language, taunts, and even junior high like status about "having a boyfriend of my own", "so there!" revealed a stunted development in personality. A middle aged woman, she had reportedly been a band "groupie", which to uneducated, means that she gave herself, randomly, sexually, her most intimate self, as if it was nothing, to strangers who happened to play musical instruments. While others cultivate the beauty within, she was proud, where she should have felt shame, boastful, where she should have been penitent, and like all those who believe that sex is only a biological itch in need of scratching, was left void of character and inner beauty.
Heather Elvis, so very young, had gone astray from her upbringing, and got involved with the older man. When she appeared free from Sidney Moorer, she went out with a younger man, and appeared to be on the track, once again, of an enriched and rewarding life.
This may have proved too much for the wasted, reprobated Tammy, who had to have her revenge; revenge not only for the affair with her husband (after all, she boasted of their "open marriage"), but revenge for her own internal ugly soul, her aging, and her icy cold heart, which could only burn hot when it hated.
Her unsanitary home was a window into the unsanitary soul that is within her.
She may be, like Pilate before her, incapable of doing the right thing and revealing Heather's whereabouts so that her family can honor her memory with a proper funeral. Sprgeon told us that Pilate was fattened for failure, with all of his political opponents "gone missing" over the years, lies and deceit had left him without the strength to acquit the Innocent.
Tammy Moorer raged against Heather Elvis and given her public posting, I fully expect the details to shake us all, to the core, with the details revealing that Heather was afforded no mercy from one incapable of mercy.
I take at face value that investigators have overwhelming evidence in their murder charge. I do not recall a case where the guilty raged so openly against the victim while missing.
I was wrong about Tammy simply raging against her husband's infidelity.