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JonBenet Ramsey Murder Case SuspectFR Thread Roundup
Free Republic ^ | August 16-20, 2006 | FReepers

Posted on 08/20/2006 5:37:25 AM PDT by Rte66

For your bookmarking assistance, this is a reference list of links to the Aug 2006 or newer Free Republic threads on the topic of the JonBenet Ramsey murder case and the possible arrest of John Mark Karr as a suspect in her murder.


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KEYWORDS: captainhighpants; daxis; fatherdidit; freakazoid; jamieharmon; jmkjbr; johnmarkkarr; jonbenet; karr; ladyboypedophile; patiencevanzandt; patsyrestinpeace; pedophile; ramsey; ramseyonthelam; roundup; thailand; wendyhutchens; wrongguy
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To: txrangerette

The party should be easy, as it's a complete fabrication. Just about everything else is the entire intruder theory espoused by Lou Smit.

Karr took every little item that couldn't be directly attributed to someone specific and made himself that person. For example, Joe Barnhill across the street had said at one time he saw someone walking across the Ramseys' front yard that late afternoon, but he thought it was John Andrew.

Karr then says he "parked" (parked what?) down the street and that the person Barnhill saw was he.

Then he makes up the story about sitting on the butler pantry stoop with JonBenet and talking to her alone during the party.

He got that from a report (former Det.) Steve Thomas told about JonBenet the night of the 12/23/96 party sitting by herself on the step of the butler pantry (behind the kitchen) and telling one of her mother's friends, who was unnamed in Thomas's account of it, that she "didn't feel pretty."

So, Karr places himself on that stoop, sitting and talking with JonBenet.

Then there's the advance planning of going down to the basement (yeah, right) and undoing the latch of the window. As everyone knows, one pane was broken out - the one where you reach in and unlock the window.

If he had done this, he would've seen there was no need to unlatch the window from the inside. That window was another Smit favorite.

So was the "disturbed" dust ruffle on the guest room bed. Smit believed the perp hid under that bed and messed up the ruffle. He totally ignored the fact that Patsy had been standing right over that bed, packing. Obviously, her feet were brushing the dust ruffle while she did that.

Karr puts himself under that bed, waiting for the Ramseys to come home from the Whites and then go to bed.

And obviously, one or the other of his brothers did not work for John Ramsey "for years" and was not invited to the small get-together. No one from the company was.

There has been much debate about the "pay check stub" and whether there was one in the house which had John's 1995 bonus from February printed on it, as each one through the year did. I've never seen it, but then there hasn't been a trial, so we haven't actually seen any evidence or potential evidence in the public domain except the stuff from Smit's PowerPoint presentation of reasonable doubt to exonerate the Ramseys.

The defense has been able to play the media, but the real meat of the case has only been gleaned indirectly through documents, partial leaks, books written - but nothing more than depositions in civil trials for just hints at the overall picture.

As lopsided as it has been for direct public consumption, seeing only the defense's case, the perception persists that the family never came clean with law enforcement, because they didn't.

John Ramsey spent beaucoup money to hire people simply to come up with anything that would've swayed just one jury member to a "not guilty" vote - and apparently, it worked. Keenan quotes him as some ethics guru in her own presser.

At least one of his investigators quit in disgust because the Ramseys didn't give a rat's azz about leads or tips (non-working website, non-working phone number, non-working JBR Foundation) or actually solving the case - the directive was simply to keep them out of jail. Now it has trickled down to Karr, from Lou Smit to Michael Tracey to John Mark Karr.


1,001 posted on 08/23/2006 5:12:14 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: bonfire

They didn't use their alarm system because it was "too loud."

I kid you not. The noise disturbed them the first time it went off, so they turned it off when they first moved on and never used it again.


1,002 posted on 08/23/2006 5:17:32 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: Rte66

They ARE loud....earsplitting. You know they've spent the last 10 years kicking themselves.


1,003 posted on 08/23/2006 5:24:58 AM PDT by bonfire
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To: bonfire

Every single person who was in that house on 12/23 has been questioned and DNA-sampled. They are ALL known to LE. *None* were under the umbrella of suspicion except the immediate family, because they could never be cleared.

The only reason we can't say the other party attendees have ALL been cleared is because no one has been cleared in the murder case - with the exception of Burke Ramsey. Maybe Fleet White, but the wording was murky. He requested it of LE, who said it didn't matter because if he came under suspicion he would be "uncleared."


1,004 posted on 08/23/2006 5:25:30 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: Rte66

Ok......how about he snuck in one of the entrances during the party? Poked around and if seen, everyone just assumed he was a guest?

I'm reaching....I know!


1,005 posted on 08/23/2006 5:29:07 AM PDT by bonfire
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To: Rte66

Like I said, slam dunk, right?

We have prosecutors and trials and judges and defense lawyers and endless investigative reports and on and on...

Must be SOME reason for that...




1,006 posted on 08/23/2006 5:29:18 AM PDT by txrangerette ("We are fighting al-Qaeda, NOT Aunt Sadie"...Dick Cheney commenting on the wiretaps!!)
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To: bonfire

Everyone in that house knew everyone else. Everyone was known to the Ramseys or to their closest friends. There were no strangers there.


1,007 posted on 08/23/2006 5:30:42 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: Rte66

Should be interesting for the DA to separate fact from fiction in Karr's mind.


1,008 posted on 08/23/2006 5:33:09 AM PDT by bonfire
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To: bonfire; Rte66

No need to bother, bonfire...Rte66 has every base covered. Already said that everyone there was known by the others. The prosecutor needs Rte66 and it will all be over...like yesterday.

Seriously, I'm not naysaying what has been presented here, but I can't accept there's nothing there against Karr for the murder until I get it from a shall-we-say more official source, after every "i" is dotted and "t" crossed.

Hopefully it will be done that carefully.


1,009 posted on 08/23/2006 5:37:00 AM PDT by txrangerette ("We are fighting al-Qaeda, NOT Aunt Sadie"...Dick Cheney commenting on the wiretaps!!)
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To: txrangerette

An in-house homicide is the toughest to investigate and even tougher to prosecute.

All the forensic evidence to be gathered belongs there. It's nearly impossible to find what's different or out of place if someone wants to hide it.


1,010 posted on 08/23/2006 5:40:00 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: txrangerette

I can't accept it either. I have to believe the DA has other info that they haven't shared with the public.

If he's not the murderer, he has pertinent info that set off alarm bells.


1,011 posted on 08/23/2006 5:41:36 AM PDT by bonfire
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To: txrangerette

I'm only saying things that are very commonly known. Hundreds of us spent years and years combing over all of it and I've forgotten most of it.

The things I posted about are just the very glaringly obvious things. Many people know much more about the case than I do - I'm really just painting in broad brush strokes, because if *I* know the answers, surely the BDA does, too - but then, so does Karr if he's been in the forums as well.


1,012 posted on 08/23/2006 5:44:06 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: bonfire

It seems like they are just operating on the assumption that no one else knows all those details - when there are books, documents, millions of discussions, all at the fingertips of someone like Karr who would want to make a name for himself in his own sick way.

The things we've heard would be very easy to impeach in court. I'm just wondering "why bother?" If he lies about such blatantly false info, the only thing that could be true would be a DNA match.


1,013 posted on 08/23/2006 5:48:45 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: bonfire

You would think the prosecutor has her reasons.

However, you will be told here that there's nothing, nothing pertinent that he could not have found out in some way...and I'm talking about his knowledge of the case when I say that. But I don't know for a fact that there's not a single thing he could know only because he's the murderer.

I'm waiting and watching.

The other point is that there's independent facts and evidence to prove or disprove things he claims. Such as the party. And many others. Where's the brother? (He claims both of them went to the party. And that's where he spent time with JonBenet, did coin tricks for her and gained her trust.)

All of this will go into whether charges are pursued against him for murder or whether they arent.


1,014 posted on 08/23/2006 5:52:30 AM PDT by txrangerette ("We are fighting al-Qaeda, NOT Aunt Sadie"...Dick Cheney commenting on the wiretaps!!)
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To: stlnative; Rte66; All

I checked out the photos from your link. The housekeepers husband sure resembles the one from the psychic.


1,015 posted on 08/23/2006 6:04:45 AM PDT by gopheraj
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To: Rte66

From what I recall, she died in 1980, but of course databases can be wrong, or just my damn memory in that regards. Either way, it's certainly more accurate than 2000 and I know the boys were teens when she died.


1,016 posted on 08/23/2006 6:20:42 AM PDT by sandbar
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To: sandbar

It *could* be the wrong one. It's entirely possible she never had a Social Security number, so her death wasn't registered.

Since there was an age discrepancy from the marriage certificate age that was reported, it's entirely possible it isn't she. Typically, back then, women didn't take their maiden names back after a divorce, especially if they had children who carried the marital surname - but I do understand her circumstances weren't typical. Very sad.

*oh, well, I tried* That's the closest I could come to putting some facts to the person.


1,017 posted on 08/23/2006 6:29:26 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: Conservative Texan Mom

"How is it that matching DNA not belonging to a family member came to be under her finger nails and on her underwear on the same night that she just happened to be murdered?"

Agreed but we don't know when that DNA got there. It was only found at the time of her murder b/c of an autopsy. Pathologists described it as "old and degraded", so, it would seem to me, the only way to know if it was deposited the night of the murder would be if a DNA match to an intruder is found. Some, and I emphasize some, pathologists have said that the DNA under the fingernails, b/c of it's age and degradation, did not appear to be the result of a struggle.


1,018 posted on 08/23/2006 6:37:15 AM PDT by ableLight
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To: Sacajaweau

>>>Remember Sandbar, the dude from the Colorado newspaper. He passed Karr on to...(I forgot)....a professor?, a writer?? Sandbar had better things to do than become John's victim.>>>

You mean Sandrock. The person who first posted that here said "Sandbar" incorrectly and when I asked he corrected to Sandrock. I was laughing because what a HUGE coincidence THAT would have been, lol.


1,019 posted on 08/23/2006 6:56:48 AM PDT by sandbar
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To: onyx; stlnative; MizSterious; null and void; gridlock; hershey; hoosiermama; PilloryHillary; ...



ADDENDUM #3
Tue., 8/22/06, 8:31 AM thru Wed., 8/23/06, 9:00 AM CDT



http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1688294/posts
Exclusive home video of JonBenet Ramsey murder suspect (Extreme Mullet Alert!)
The National Enquirer ^ | August 22, 2006

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1688172/posts
Karr family says photo casts doubt on his guilt (No date, Karr not in photo though)
Atlanta Journal Constitution ^ | 22 Aug

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1688079/posts
Ramsey suspect's mother tried to kill him
UPI ^ | 8/22/2006

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1687958/posts
Karr: I have fun, I have rights, I have the media
News Day ^ | 8/22/06 | James

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1687980/posts
Karr confessed to Californians 5 years ago
The Washington Times ^ | Published August 22


1,020 posted on 08/23/2006 7:25:43 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: Rte66

>>>He got that from a report (former Det.) Steve Thomas told about JonBenet the night of the 12/23/96 party sitting by herself on the step of the butler pantry (behind the kitchen) and telling one of her mother's friends, who was unnamed in Thomas's account of it, that she "didn't feel pretty." >>>

If this is true, I am soooo saddened that the Ramsey's placed so much emphasis on this little girl's looks. My six year old daughter likes looking and feeling pretty, but believe me, she wouldn't brood over it. She is much more interested in how pretty her Barbie is, or the current video game she is playing, or her favorite book. How sad.


1,021 posted on 08/23/2006 7:28:06 AM PDT by sandbar
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To: onyx

It's very interesting that the question of schizophrenia has come up. I had a woman live in my house for a year who was paranoid and had schizoid tendencies. K has been reminding me of her. He seems to have a blend of true and false facts. He seems to know some things, but his perceptions are off. Where reality and his own world blend together is difficult to figure. But just because some of the things he says are clearly not true does not mean that all of them are. And it does not mean he is "lying." I don't know what to think about all of this, but I don't write him off as innocent because he's wrong about some things.


1,022 posted on 08/23/2006 7:29:22 AM PDT by twigs
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To: Rte66

>>>*oh, well, I tried* That's the closest I could come to putting some facts to the person.>>>

It's ok. Thanks for trying though!

That one you posted is the closest though.


1,023 posted on 08/23/2006 7:36:08 AM PDT by sandbar
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To: sandbar

It really struck Steve Thomas the same way. It was something that just came out in questioning of the party attendees, trying to get a feel for JonBenet's demeanor in the previous few days.

There had been a 911 call which was a hang-up, made from the house that night during the party and he was trying to see if something had happened to JonBenet that wasn't being divulged.

As it turned out, it was just Fleet White (Jr., the father of the little boy Fleet III) trying to make a long distance call and the Ramseys' phone was an office-type system that you had to dial 9 to get a line out. It was a mistake, so he hung up.

One of the friends told about finding JonBenet sitting alone and asking her how she was when she answered that. Det. Thomas felt it was indicative of a sadness of some type, obviously.

If they dig out the photos from the party, you'll see she had on a darling little black (possibly dark, dark green) velvet party dress with a white lace collar and she looked precious. All her friends were there and they had gingerbread houses and the home was decorated to the nines for Christmas. Seemed like a child's paradise, but she was feeling down.

The only pic I have saved on this puter is a bad copy or I would put it up on a server and post it. I have two better ones somewhere on a disk, but too many to go through to find it. I looked briefly for it online the other night and couldn't find it quickly.



1,024 posted on 08/23/2006 7:52:46 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: sandbar

Sure. Maybe the hordes of reporters will actually go to the courthouse and find the true details.

Hey, I saw Quientana on GMA this morning and she's a doll. She reminds me of someone, but I can't think who - maybe Sheryl Crow, but prettier.

You'd never know she is the same person as the 12-year-old girl that JMK met and bulldozed into marrying him. She was something of a plain Jane then, with brown hair and looked a little pudgy. Not now - va va vavoom.

The family's story was sad and odd. This 19-year-old kid had them totally flummoxed. I'm amazed at how scared they were of him! Her father, who seems very nice and much different than I was picturing him - not backwoods or anything like that - just very normal - had gone to the sheriff when they woke up one morning and Q was gone.

You know how Bamans are - he said the sheriff just kinda drawled "you know how kids are, Larry - she'll come home shortly." (She did, that evening, with JMK.) And evidently, the parents could never get LE to do anything about it.

Her mother cried a lot, talking about that period of their lives. Q didn't really say a whole lot - she's very soft-spoken - but said Karr drugged her and made her do things she didn't even know she did. She was terrified of him, although she knew he "loved" her.

Her father said all he did was write dark, demonic letters to her - "no love to them". Poor man, he was hard-pressed to find the words to describe it. And mom just cried some more. At least they had a happy ending and showed her wedding photos - she and her mom both over-emphasized how much her new hubby loves her - and she has a 4-mo-old baby.

The very strangest thing was that Q said Karr signed many of his notes to her with "S.B.T.C."

That, I found almost too much to believe. They didn't show the writings on-screen, but I feel like if she said this and had them to show, it would be very big news. They don't seem like scammers at all - very sincere.

Here's her pic and the article about the show this morning:

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/LegalCenter/story?id=2345711


1,025 posted on 08/23/2006 8:09:56 AM PDT by Rte66
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To: Rte66
The very strangest thing was that Q said Karr signed many of his notes to her with "S.B.T.C."

Hopefully they will turn them over to the Boulder police immediately.

Did she give a clue to what the "S.B.T.C." stood for back then?

1,026 posted on 08/23/2006 8:56:53 AM PDT by hoosiermama
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To: Rte66

Can't get the video to download on dialup. WIll they have a transcript later?


1,027 posted on 08/23/2006 9:40:58 AM PDT by hoosiermama
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To: Rte66
The very strangest thing was that Q said Karr signed many of his notes to her with "S.B.T.C."

Amazing if true on the S.B.T.C thing!

You are doing a great job with the thread.
1,028 posted on 08/23/2006 9:57:28 AM PDT by stlnative
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To: Rte66

CourtTV just reported that the Karr's family is out shopping for a Book/TV Movie deal. They claim they are doing it so that they can raise money to pay for the lawyers.


1,029 posted on 08/23/2006 10:03:29 AM PDT by stlnative
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To: Rte66

If that's true about JMK signing letters to Ray with "SBTC" then why didn't she or her parents tell LE when copies of the ransom note were made public?


1,030 posted on 08/23/2006 10:17:52 AM PDT by Abigail Adams
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To: stlnative
Could that have been the plan all along?

Who can forget that totally worthless Monica L. "book," then Amber came with a literary tome - NOT, and Scott Peterson's sister's redundant musings, etc.

1,031 posted on 08/23/2006 10:20:05 AM PDT by Dante3
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To: hoosiermama

Try this...

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/LegalCenter/story?id=2345711&page=1

also your firewall may be blocking the video and have to change your video setting to 24 or 32 bit color.


1,032 posted on 08/23/2006 10:34:09 AM PDT by stlnative
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To: stlnative; Rte66; hoosiermama; All

Attorney: Suspect in JonBenet Ramsey killing anxious to return to Colorado (new info)

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/1688714/posts

This is a FR thread about his first wife supposedly having gotten letters from him signed S.B.T.C....


1,033 posted on 08/23/2006 10:35:19 AM PDT by txrangerette ("We are fighting al-Qaeda, NOT Aunt Sadie"...Dick Cheney commenting on the wiretaps!!)
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To: Rte66

SO, hiw ex wife says he signed many letters to her before he killed JBR with S.B.T.C. on them? WOW, if this is true I'm starting to think more and more maybe he is the guy afterall!


1,034 posted on 08/23/2006 10:37:31 AM PDT by Halls (I'm a Texan, Christian, Wife, Mother, Singer, Conservative GAL!!)
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To: Abigail Adams; onyx
I'd say they just didn't follow the case. Why would they? OTOH why would they even think he was near Boulder if they did notice the COINSIDENCE? Who'd a thunk to look in Alabama for JBR killer! OTOH "Paybacks are hell" and maybe it's there way of finally paying the creep back for what he did to her.
1,035 posted on 08/23/2006 10:42:33 AM PDT by hoosiermama
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To: Abigail Adams

I think they probably didn't follow the case as I didn't. Frankly I didn't know anything about S.B.T.C until this latest arresst. I was a adult when this happend, watched the news a bit on the case, but never really looked at the ransom note and evidence myself. That is probably what this gal's family did and they probably never thought anything about it. I think it is totally innocent on their part. Who would think that someone they know could possibly done this crime?


1,036 posted on 08/23/2006 10:45:48 AM PDT by Halls (I'm a Texan, Christian, Wife, Mother, Singer, Conservative GAL!!)
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To: Abigail Adams

I don't know.

But I also don't know if she or her parents followed the JonBenet case closely enough to read or even look at the format of the Ransom Note.

It has only been recently that I realized how it was signed, and I paid attention to the news when the murder happened but not in great detail.

Far as I know, they had no reason to take any special interest in the case, not knowing of a possible connection to Karr.

If they had any inkling about his connection, I guess that will come out...


1,037 posted on 08/23/2006 10:46:24 AM PDT by txrangerette ("We are fighting al-Qaeda, NOT Aunt Sadie"...Dick Cheney commenting on the wiretaps!!)
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To: txrangerette

thanks... oh I wish we would hear something about the DNA results.


1,038 posted on 08/23/2006 10:53:33 AM PDT by stlnative
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To: Rte66; All

Karr's Family Offer Book, Movie Rights To Agent
Family Wants To Hire High-Level Attorney
http://cbs13.com/topstories/local_story_235131759.html


1,039 posted on 08/23/2006 11:01:01 AM PDT by stlnative
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To: stlnative

My suspicions: That it was dna/match on an envelop/stamp or package sent to either the prof of Patsy that convinced them that Daxis was the perp.
That dna was taken in Thailand to confirm they had the correct person.
That dna will be taken again to be used in court.

We'll hear about it when it comes to trial.


1,040 posted on 08/23/2006 11:04:54 AM PDT by hoosiermama
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To: All

Like I said on this forum, we should start looking more closely at this CU prof Tracey. The media seems to be slowly correcting itself (I'm hopeful):

http://www.newtimesbpb.com/Issues/2006-08-17/news/jonbenet.html

there's a thread on it at FR, too


1,041 posted on 08/23/2006 11:17:20 AM PDT by ableLight
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To: hoosiermama
If Karr did it or didn't do it... either way, I can see this him wanting to talk about it with people through email. I can also see him finding out what he could about the case through online sources. I also can see him adding in false info, like he was at the Christmas party, etc. to someone through email correspondence.

What is stomach turning is if he is the perp is that no one was taking his emails or phone conversations with this Wendy lady seriously.
1,042 posted on 08/23/2006 11:25:35 AM PDT by stlnative
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To: twigs


We're in holding pattern, right?


1,043 posted on 08/23/2006 11:28:16 AM PDT by onyx (1 Billion Muslims -- "if" only 10% are radical, that's 100 Million who want to kill us.)
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To: hoosiermama


I am so lost. LOL.
I'll trace the posts to see what you're talking about.


1,044 posted on 08/23/2006 11:30:53 AM PDT by onyx (1 Billion Muslims -- "if" only 10% are radical, that's 100 Million who want to kill us.)
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To: Abigail Adams
most people do not follow crime or even much of the news....my husband and my grown children don't know anything unless I tell them ....LOL

seriously, if you don't follow things on the internet, you can't get all the details like people on FR and other blogs do.......

I used to have a life before the internet was invented by Al Gore....lol

1,045 posted on 08/23/2006 11:39:05 AM PDT by cherry (.)
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To: onyx

Here's the beginning.

GO to link


1,046 posted on 08/23/2006 11:39:54 AM PDT by hoosiermama
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To: Dante3

I don't think any family plans for this kind of thing. But too many are willing to exploit it if it falls into their hands. That is more than likely the case here. You would think that they would go talk to him to get an idea whether he is guilty or not before making public statements.


1,047 posted on 08/23/2006 11:40:20 AM PDT by twigs
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To: ftriggerf

bkmk


1,048 posted on 08/23/2006 11:41:51 AM PDT by ftriggerf
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To: hoosiermama


Good thinking!


1,049 posted on 08/23/2006 11:42:37 AM PDT by onyx (1 Billion Muslims -- "if" only 10% are radical, that's 100 Million who want to kill us.)
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To: twigs
they would go talk to him to get an idea whether he is guilty or not

Unless they already know something that points to him and are withholding evidence/information.

1,050 posted on 08/23/2006 11:42:59 AM PDT by hoosiermama
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