Eccentric Amarillo Millionaire – Stanley Marsh – Indicted On Child Sexual Assault
If you live in Amarillo, you've heard the many rumors of eccentric millionaire Stanley Marsh making young boys do strange things for money. Like swimming across a lake naked or having them take their "thing" out on an elevator full of people. Well, the man behind the Cadillac Ranch is about to be behind bars, indicted on charges that he sexually assaulted teens.
Now if you live in Amarillo, you're probably like me and not shocked at all. The dude is just a nut job with a ton of money and a taste for young boys we've all known that. Plus, when you hear the rumors, and even though they are just rumors, but to hear the same rumors from so many different people, you kind of start to think the rumor is true, at least I did. I grew up with some friends that "worked" for Marsh and the stories they told me were beyond belief, yet completely believable at the same time.
"Eccentric millionaire artist Stanley Marsh 3 has been indicted on charges that he sexually assaulted teens.
A grand jury on Wednesday indicted Marsh on four counts of sexual assault of a child, eight counts of sexual performance by a child, and two counts of indecency with a child.
If convicted, the 75-year-old Marsh faces up to 20 years in prison and fines up to $10,000 on each count. His attorneys have denied the allegations."
Marsh has been free out on bond since he turned himself in last November after an arrest warrant was issued. He even settled 10 lawsuits from teenagers who allegedly were paid for sex acts.
Here's a fact you might not know, last year Marsh suffered a stroke and his wife is now his legal guardian. Makes sense, because I haven't seen those weird cars that he had those kids drive around in about a year. So even though he's been indicted, he's probably not going to prison, my bet would be some kind of mental institution. I mean what's a 75 year old man who's had a stroke going to do anymore? Not go chasing boys down he'll go into cardiac arrest. And what's the point of putting a 75 year old man who's had a stroke in prison, the dude would die the second his foot touched the prison ground, just out of pure lack of will to live. Of course that's just my opinion, we'll see what the courts think soon enough.