Tuesday, August 9, 2016

I'm not the Keith Hanks Murder Guy - That's a Different "Keith Hanks"

The last I heard there are only 33 men named Keith Hanks. In the past being the most know "Keith Hanks" or dominating first page of Google search results was a hobby of mine. Even wrote about it during my SEO days back in 2010, http://www.bkv.com/blog/5-easy-essential-steps-of-using-seo-to-rank-for-your-name/

Others with my name have been elected officials, popular chefs, well-guarded football coaches, and a car dealership executive. I'm older now, more mature, and instead of domination I'm more concerned with reputation ESPECIALLY should one of the other 32 men named Keith Hanks get into trouble.

Google Search Results, "Keith Hanks" - Page 1 Results

Previously I've seen a few of my fellow named counterparts in trouble with the law (mugshots). Looks like this news is a first of its kind -- a very tragic story.

Sad to see someone do this. Odd when the person accused has the same name and is in the same age bracket.


Poplar murder suspect Keith Hanks charged in Fort Peck Tribal Court 
MTN News - BILLINGS - Keith Hanks, accused of killing Duran Jackson in Poplar last week, made his first appearance in tribal court on Thursday. 
Hanks, 33 years old, was arraigned in Fort Peck Tribal Court on a charge of murder for the death of Jackson, 19, on the reservation. 
According to court documents, Jackson was stabbed to death on Friday morning on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. 
The judge asked Hanks if he was enrolled as a tribal member and he said he was, but he is not a member of the Fort Peck tribe. 
The relationship between the two men is unclear. 
Scott Siefert, the Fort Peck Tribal Attorney, said that a second suspect is not in custody. 
In an obituary posted on the Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel’s website, Jackson is described as a loving father who was deeply proud of his Native culture. 
According to the obituary, Jackson served in the Montana National Guard as a 91E 
Allied Trade Specialist. 
Investigators have not commented on a motive. 
Hanks is being held in tribal jail. 
We will update you when we get more information.



Poplar murder suspect charged in Fort Peck Tribal Court
KTVQ - POPLAR - The suspect accused of killing a man enlisted with the Montana Army National guard in Poplar last week made his first appearance in tribal court on Thursday. 
Keith Hanks, 33, was arraigned in Fort Peck Tribal Court on the charge of murder for the death of Duran Jackson, 19, on the reservation. 
According to court documents, Jackson was stabbed to death early Friday morning on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. 
The judge asked Hanks if he was enrolled as a tribal member and he said he was, but he is not a member of the Fort Peck tribe.



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