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    Quote Originally Posted by shana View Post
    Perhaps this thread title needs to be changed from "killed" to "found dead".
    May be. As one of the articles pointed out:

    "Malibu officials pride themselves on the city's low homicide rate, and like to keep it at zero, if possible. They raised a huge fuss earlier this year when the death of a restaurant worker was erroneously reported as a murder, and made sure the public knew it had only been due to the victim's own poor health."


    http://blogs.laweekly.com/informer/2...mw_missing.php

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    i saw the jvm report. the interview with the father was one of the strangest i've ever heard. i even double checked to make sure this was actually the father.

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    STRANGE.....here in L.A., it was called a murder on the news right off the bat.
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    OK....thinking outloud here.

    If she died from natural causes or suicide, they would be acting more devastated I would think. So the last option (possibility of what happened) is ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by doubt View Post
    i saw the jvm report. the interview with the father was one of the strangest i've ever heard. i even double checked to make sure this was actually the father.
    He just seemed so devoid of emotion or sorrow of any kind. My DH would have been inconsolable. It is hard to imagine a father being so matter of fact and composed, seemingly unaffected, so soon after his daughter's untimely death. It just felt so odd the way he answered the questions as if he were discussing a routine matter of some kind.
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    Last option is: "Her own poor health?"

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    At one point the father said to ' whomever' has her car, " Hey we are not mad at you, we just want to know what happened.."

    It seemed strange. Why wouldn't you be mad? I don't get it at all.
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    Maybe drugs are involved. Maybe the family knew of a long time addiction or something like that. A possible OD and whomever was with her panicked and left in her car.

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    Has anyone heard where she lived? She was housesitting for her parents.
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    Local news at 10:00 PM...they said autopsy is done but could take weeks to get results.
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    How is this not a murder? I find it very weird they first said murder now is it because they want to keep it murder free they are backtracking? JMO but very weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by colette View Post
    Maybe drugs are involved. Maybe the family knew of a long time addiction or something like that. A possible OD and whomever was with her panicked and left in her car.
    That is what is making the most sense to me so far. Maybe she had a history of cocaine use or something. It is the only way to make sense of the family not seeming to be shocked, but to seem sad but accepting. JMO
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    That does make sense....but why the yellow tape and calling it a murder??
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaileyandBella View Post
    That does make sense....but why the yellow tape and calling it a murder??
    Malibu doesn't have many dead body calls. Lost Hills Sheriff station is very small. They do not investigate many murders around here. And that was a pretty nice mansion she was found in.
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    Her brothers comments from here. http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headline...s-malibu-home/

    “I put my hand to her wrist and it was really cold,” Steve Wilkins told ABC News affiliate KABC. “All of a sudden, a bunch of questions come through, what happened? How could she be left like this? Was she alone?”

    This just sounds so weird to me....I can't put my finger on it.
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