What about Misty? Everyone keeps saying Joe or Tommy. But what about Misty? She is the one person we can 100% put at the home that night. Out of every single one of them she is the one that had the best oppertunity and the most time to do it.
Instead of all these complicated crappy stories about incest, rape, guns, etc.
How about this is a simple case of a teenager who had been partying, who wanted to sleep, who was tired, and gave Haleigh drugs and she woke up to find Haleigh dead.
That makes the most sense of all these elaborate schemes of taking and raping Haleigh, because of a fight over guns. Or Haleigh witnessing incest between Misty and Tommy etc etc.
I don't think Misty intended for Haleigh to die, but I also don't think this was "accidental." She drugged her, that is child abuse, and she can be prosecuted for felony murder if that is true.
My question is... DID Ronald ever ask for Jr's hair to be tested to see if he was drugged. IF SO, why not?
They would need Ronald's consent before doing any sort of tests on him. And I don't think they needed to do a drug test on Ron or Misty, to prove they were using... That is obvious.
Last edited by dodie20; 08-08-2011 at 08:22 PM.
[QUOTE=dodie20;7007311]this particular DCF seems to do make decisions, strictly by rote. Jr was already living at AS's, so they may have found it in his best interest, to not uproot him? That's the only semi logical reason, I can come up with. and it's not even logical. I wish these child protection agencies would look at these kids and their situations, and I mean really look, and then base decisions on common sense, rather than whatever it is that they're doing. JMO.[/QUOTE
PURE, DODIE, ABSOLUTLEY, PURE! Many thanks for your post!
DCF should not have been the advocate here as they were clearly biased. They didn't even find it necessary to remove the JR from the environment where his sister vanished.
JMO, IMOO, JMHO
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