Friday, January 8, 2010


you better read "Kearney v. Salomon Smith Barney" . I have already taken appropriate action. Breaking the law is obviously in your blood.

As to your comments about me threatening to you that I would come to your house - Hm, are you saying that I did not have my communication with Antoinette, but with you? Gee, what a surprise. And since Antoinette wrote me that the address that I had was actually the seamstress' home and invited me to go by there any day - are you saying that 'Antoinette' lied to me?


  1. What does Kearney have anything to do with this? Were there recorded telephone calls in this matter?
    You have gotten yourself so worked up over this issue, it is very obvious. You had a problem, it was resolved. Do you really think any judge or court would hear your case when the issue has ALREADY been resolved??
    You need to release your pent up emotion about this customer service issue you had with her store, or it will just keep driving you crazy.
    I say that in all seriousness, aside from all the sillyness that occurs on this blog.
    Go to the movies! Have fun!

  2. Boy I wish I had found this site before! I really believe what goes around comes around, and that gives me some peace when someone like this steals my money.

    Best of luck to those other ripped off souls out there!

  3. Barbara Joy McLuin, as of November 20th, 2012, was arrested on 6 counts of ANIMAL CRUELTY and 1 Count of CRUELTY TO A PERSON.

    Her Karma, that she talks so much of, finally caught up to her, so it seems.

    This says it all.
    CASE CLOSED. I'll pray for you, Barbara.

  4. 2015

    Last week, Barbara Joy McLuin, 54, of Loganville, was convicted of cruelty to an elder person in the Walton County Superior Court.

    Barbara McLuin. Photo courtesy of Walton County Sheriff's Office
    Barbara McLuin. Photo courtesy of Walton County Sheriff’s Office
    According to Alcovy Circuit Court Assistant District Attorney Jacqueline Payne, the conviction carries a maximum 20-year sentence. McLuin will be sentenced by Alcovy Circuit Court Superior Court Judge Eugene Benton on Aug. 26, 2015.

    Payne said the conviction stems from McLuin’s arrest in 2012 following a call from her Loganville home regarding a medical emergency with her elderly mother.

    “On Nov. 20, 2012, the defendant called 911 to request EMS assistance at her home in Loganville. She reported that her 80-year-old bedridden mother was suffering from an altered mental state,” Payne said. “Walton County Fire and EMS responded to the call and found the home to be unlivable. They reported it to law enforcement and removed the victim from the residence. The Walton County Sheriff’s Office, Animal Control, and Code Enforcement responded to the scene. Due to the conditions inside of the home, the house was declared uninhabitable. The victim was transported to Clearview Regional Medical Center and treated for various medical issues related to bed sores and infection.”

    According to the WCSO incident report, some 15 – 20 cats also were removed from the home by animal control. McLuin was also charged with animal cruelty, but was found not guilty on that charge, according to Payne. Officials confirm McLuin is the same Barbara Joy who is a member of a Stevie Nicks/Fleetwood Mac Tribute band.

    The case was investigated by WCSO and prosecuted by Payne along with Victim Services Director Kim Roberts. A jury convicted McLuin on Aug. 6, 2015 and she is currently being held at the Walton County Detention Center awaiting sentencing.