She Didn’t Mean No Harmon

Meet Chandra Danette Harmon.

Chandra is a defendant in a murder case, an while she is in her fifties, age apparently doesn’t stop her from living as a millennial. You see, Chandra believes the courts should give her special privileges, despite the fact she may have murdered someone.

One defendant in what federal prosecutors call a “murder-for-hire” conspiracy admitted to numerous bond violations related to drugs while another wants her passport so she can go on a European cruise.

Chandra Harmon — the mother of Tawnney Caldwell who, like Roberts, could face the death penalty if found guilty in Bobby Caldwell’s death — filed a motion to get her passport back so she can travel down the Danube River with a man who is not her co-defendant husband.

Pfft, the state is going to let a measly murder charge to keep Chandra from the trip of a lifetime? That seems rather petty to me.

Chandra Harmon has been indicted for aiding and abetting in the tampering of a witness by intimidation. Harmon’s husband James was indicted for aiding and abetting a felon in possession of a firearm.

Just because Chandra dabbles in witness tampering, intimidation, and firearms doesn’t mean she’s a bad person. Bon voyage!

4 thoughts on “She Didn’t Mean No Harmon

  1. If she gets the judge that heard my divorce case in Flori-Duh, he will grant her every wish. At least that is what my ex’s judge did.

    Definitely something in the water down there.

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  2. Curious as to what her co-defendant husband thinks of her proposed trip with another man. I’m guessing Chandra thinks she’s quite the player!

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