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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfieTX View Post
    $20,000 is certainly a large enough number that it might actually get someone to talk about what happened to TJ. Good Lord, I hope so. Far too much time has passed already since he disappeared.

    May TJ be brought home soon, and may someone give TJ's family and friends some answers today.
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    Poor TJ...if he was female, he would likely have pages and pages of posts and sleuthing, and much more media attention than the occassional local update...JMO
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    Bumping for TJ

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    Where are you TJ? Someone knows what happened to you.

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    This case bothers me so much...not just because TJ went to school with my niece, but also because so there is so little press on his disappearance...my sister lives in the area where TJ went missing and she asks me if there are any updates...as she hears nothing. I am so sad for his family.
    Just my opinion, of course.

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    Please come out to the search this Saturday. Get details and sign up by emailing Hannah McDonald at H_FRC@yahoo.com. You must be 18 years of age to participate.

    Lets bring TJ home ♥
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    Still missing, still no info....

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    Have the ex girlfriend, her boyfriend and his friends been properly interrogated in this case? And I mean fully grilled and vetted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrbill View Post
    Have the ex girlfriend, her boyfriend and his friends been properly interrogated in this case? And I mean fully grilled and vetted.
    Supposedly, but nobody knows anything for sure, LE hasn't said one word about this case, and I mean NOT A SINGLE WORD. It makes it appear that they gave up on finding TJ long, long ago. It's sick, there has to be several people that know what happened to this kid, but there's no pressure from anywhere for them to talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxAg2003 View Post
    Supposedly, but nobody knows anything for sure, LE hasn't said one word about this case, and I mean NOT A SINGLE WORD. It makes it appear that they gave up on finding TJ long, long ago. It's sick, there has to be several people that know what happened to this kid, but there's no pressure from anywhere for them to talk.
    Somethings not right here. Have those kids lawyer-ed up? If I were TJ's kin, I'd want some answers.

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    I can't seem to find TJ in any missing persons databases. He needs to be in them JMHO.

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    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas – Investigators now suspect foul play in the disappearance of a 23-year-old Sam Houston State University student who vanished from a sports bar in 2011.

    Thomas Charles Murray Jr., also known as "TJ," was last seen in the early morning hours of October 19, 2011.
    http://www.khou.com/news/Investigato...159065305.html
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    I guess I haven't come across many cases like this, but why did it take so long for them to say they suspect foul play? It seemed pretty obvious to me from the beginning that foul play was involved. Why would LE just now come forward and say that? Does it indicate that they have new information or POI? I'm just a bit confused.

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    Possible that this is the first time in months that anyone connected to the media has even bothered to check in with LE about new developments.
    In cases of missing persons around T.J.'s age, there is always a possibility they just left on their own and is just hiding out. Once they've talked to everyone who may have known him and found no reason for him to disappear, they have to assume it was foul play. Could be they've uncovered some new information about a fight with someone. Wouldn't surprise me to find out they have some suspects in mind but just working to get enough evidence to charge somebody.

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    Foul play not ruled out in SHSU student disappearance

    In contrast to recent reports, investigators say foul play has not been confirmed in the case of missing Sam Houston State University student Thomas "T.J." Murray, Jr.

    According to Lieutenant Dan Norris of the Montgomery Police Department, while foul play has not been confirmed, it has not been discounted as a possibility in Murray’s disappearance.

    More: http://www.houstonianonline.com/news...4#.T-YM8fWA-So
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    So, so sad tonight.



    As many of you have heard, the Murray's lost their 2nd youngest son, William, tonight. Please say a prayer for the Murray's through this difficult time.

    Thank you.

    Rest in Peace William Montgomery Murray. You will be missed dearly.
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    Oh this poor family...
    I just read the comments on the page for TJ and saw my niece and nephew have "liked" that page...I knew they knew the family and TJ, wonder if they knew William as well...I can't believe the Murrays have to deal with so much sorrow.
    ETA: According to my family, William drowned while on vacation with his family...how much tragedy can one family endure...
    Just my opinion, of course.

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    Nine months after a man disappeared without a trace, now his family is mourning his brother’s drowning death.

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    At the same time, they still need to know what happened to TJ. They want to know he walked out of a bar in Montgomery County and never came home.

    “I wish someone would say something,” Murray said. “Every day I hope and pray.”

    The family is offering a large cash reward for information leading to TJ’s whereabouts.
    http://www.khou.com/news/Middle-brot...162979596.html
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    Body found in Montgomery County

    Lt. Bill Bucks with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes unit said his units responded to the location close to 9:30 a.m. Monday morning. At this time it is being handled as a dead body investigation.The victim had one gunshot wound to the head which they do not believe is self inflicted since there was no weapon found in the area.
    http://montgomerycountypolicereporter.com/?p=49023

    This could be related or not. I don't know about too many more missing people in our county.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfieTX View Post
    http://montgomerycountypolicereporter.com/?p=49023

    This could be related or not. I don't know about too many more missing people in our county.
    Oh, my!

    Strange, though... if the body was just there on the ground, and they were able to determine a gunshot wound to the head, sounds like it may have been more recent. I would think if it was T.J., his body would have been too decomposed by now. However, I suppose they could see a bullet lying inside the skull, possibly marks indicating where it went in.

    It could also be someone who was just passing through the area and he was robbed and killed. I would love to see some closure in this case, but it sounds too morbid to hope it was him.

    Thanks for the link, and please let us know if there is any followup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfieTX View Post
    http://montgomerycountypolicereporter.com/?p=49023

    This could be related or not. I don't know about too many more missing people in our county.

    It's not TJ. Here is another article with the same picture as shown in the article you posted. The street names are identical in the 2 articles. The body has been id'd as a 51 year old male.

    http://montgomerycountypolicereporter.com/?p=49044

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    Body found in Conroe...Hope this isn't TJ.....

    http://www.chron.com/news/houston-te...on-3821849.php

    Conroe police discovered a human skeleton buried near a Montgomery County bail bonding company Tuesday morning.

    The bones were found at 101 Criminal Justice Drive.

    A man who reported the uncovered bones to police said he had been clearing thick brush from the property Sunday.

    The remains appeared to have been at the location for "quite some time" based on initial observations, police said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jodierenee View Post
    Body found in Conroe...Hope this isn't TJ.....

    http://www.chron.com/news/houston-te...on-3821849.php

    Conroe police discovered a human skeleton buried near a Montgomery County bail bonding company Tuesday morning.

    The bones were found at 101 Criminal Justice Drive.

    A man who reported the uncovered bones to police said he had been clearing thick brush from the property Sunday.

    The remains appeared to have been at the location for "quite some time" based on initial observations, police said.
    This one is definitely not sounding good. The Murray's deserve answers. I hope it will not be much longer that they must wait.
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    BUMP for TJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by jodierenee View Post
    Body found in Conroe...Hope this isn't TJ.....

    http://www.chron.com/news/houston-te...on-3821849.php

    Conroe police discovered a human skeleton buried near a Montgomery County bail bonding company Tuesday morning.

    The bones were found at 101 Criminal Justice Drive.

    A man who reported the uncovered bones to police said he had been clearing thick brush from the property Sunday.

    The remains appeared to have been at the location for "quite some time" based on initial observations, police said.
    I hope this is TJ...I don't believe for a moment he is alive and just not going home. His family does not seem to believe that either.
    Just my opinion, of course.

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