Father Tony

Arrested in Miami Beach, a Delaware drifter confesses to strangling Larry Ellison.

Filed By Father Tony | March 18, 2009 9:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: larry ellison, murder, Wilton Manors

This is an update about the murder of Larry Ellison.

Police have 27 year old Gabriel Nock of Dover, Delaware in custody. He had escaped from a work release center in Delaware.

He had built an obvious trail of purchases using his victim's credit cards.

Look at the mug shot. What do you see in his eyes?

I'll tell you what I see. Nothing.


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Creepy. My heart goes out to fellow senior Larry Ellison and to all those who knew and loved him.

I'm with you, Tony. I don't see hate, loathing (self or projected), despair, regret, anything.

Or, as you so succinctly phrased it, "Nothing."

My heart goes out to Larry's family. What they must be going through.

How dare people pass judgement on someone else.I didnt realize the world had ended and God came down to pass judgement.I see Hurt,remorse in his face.Shame on people for juding.If you our a Christian then you know his act was a sin but your act as judging is a sin in Gods eyes as well.Sin is sin

Michael Crawford Michael Crawford | March 22, 2009 6:17 PM


You can't seriously be comparing a few comments on a blog to committing murder. If so, you need to really reexamine your concept of right and wrong.

I supervised Mr. Nock in Delaware when he was incarcerated in one of our prisons and I know his adopted family very well. Gabe has been in trouble since his early teens. He was a trouble maker while he was locked up also. This young man does NOT feel any remorse I assure you. He is a career criminal and deserves the sentence that the State of Florida puts on him.