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Indy Gal
11-15-2007, 02:03 PM
I wanted to start this in hopes it will make it easier for our new posters joining us. If anyone could start working on this that would be awesome, if not I will get to it this weekend. THANKS all for being here and helping find Stacy.

ISPTRAX
11-16-2007, 02:52 PM
I checked out the timeline sticky. There are things missing I'd like to know more about. Especially a reported blue barrel he was moving around? Anyone have anything about that? I sure missed it. Also, WHO drove his or Stacey's car back from the little airport if both cars were missing from their driveway then all of a sudden later they both were there after he said he went to get her car?

ISPTRAX
11-16-2007, 03:59 PM
http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Story?id=3874806&page=2

Article stating how cops look out for one another :banghead:

Diane Wetendorf, who runs a nationwide program to help spouses of abusive police officers, says this frustration is not unique.

"Police officers rely on each other for their safety. There is a lot of solidarity there and there is a code of silence," Wetendorf said.

curiositycat
11-16-2007, 05:56 PM
This is so true. I told of my own experience on another thread here. I could tell people things about "the code of silence" that would blow your mind!
I want to say also that their are some good "GOD FEARING" cops out there. It was because of one of those I am alive today.
Cops get jaded on life because of the fact that they see the worst of folks on a daily basis. They are expected to remain "cool, calm and collected" They handle pressure in different ways. A whole lot of them are abusers of their wives and girlfriends. One of the wildest New Years Eve parties I ever went to was held by the Chief of Police in the small town I lived in. Their attitude was "Whose gonna arrest us, we are all here"
Abuse is bad under any circumstance but if you are being abused by a cop in a small town, don't expect much if any help. I had to leave town, a whole lot of years ago.:silenced:




http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Story?id=3874806&page=2



Article stating how cops look out for one another :banghead:

Diane Wetendorf, who runs a nationwide program to help spouses of abusive police officers, says this frustration is not unique.

"Police officers rely on each other for their safety. There is a lot of solidarity there and there is a code of silence," Wetendorf said.

CW
11-17-2007, 02:32 AM
Facts:
Wife#2 Vicki C stated on the NG show tonight that Drew abused her and threatend to kill her as well saying that he could make it look like a accident and that he could get away with it. Married 10 years in the 80's and that he tapped her phone.

Wife#3 Kathleen dead she told family members and her attorney the very samething that wife#2 said tonight. He was having a affair with Wife #4 while married.

Wife#4 Stacy is missing..