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    SG...what if?

    What if we never knew SG ran away from JBs house? what if the police just found her ? What would you think the circumstances surrounding her death?

    Would it be a doubtless decision that you would say she was murdered?

    Would you think she is definitely a victim if LISK?
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    All questions aside.....if her family hadn't made such a ruckus...LISK??? who???...Shannan who?...and unfortunately her remains being found would have barely made a mention in any paper

    Native as you have made this thread...I am interested if you can share any information on what OP is like during the months of June and July - your impressions of heightened activity. Who is out and about during these months in that area. What is normal to see in the area during these months. Are there markets-special events- outsiders with a reason to be there during these months.....what is the general vibe in the area in these months. Are locals engaged in any particular events during these months - clean ups??....roadside cleaning...anything you can think of special to that area in those months???

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    Quote Originally Posted by LINative13 View Post
    What if we never knew SG ran away from JBs house? what if the police just found her ? What would you think the circumstances surrounding her death?

    Would it be a doubtless decision that you would say she was murdered?

    Would you think she is definitely a victim if LISK?
    That's a damned good question, LIN. I don't have a well reasoned answer right now. I'm going to step back and think on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LINative13 View Post
    What if we never knew SG ran away from JBs house? what if the police just found her ? What would you think the circumstances surrounding her death?

    Would it be a doubtless decision that you would say she was murdered?

    Would you think she is definitely a victim if LISK?
    That's a very good question.

    Here's my "what if".

    When they found the first body, Melissa, they thought it was Shannan. What if it was actually Shannan found in the same conditions just as she was found later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LINative13 View Post
    What if we never knew SG ran away from JBs house? what if the police just found her ? What would you think the circumstances surrounding her death?

    Would it be a doubtless decision that you would say she was murdered?

    Would you think she is definitely a victim if LISK?
    That's a great question. If the GB4 were found and then Shannon was randomly found nearby in nearly impenetrable brush, then yeah, I'd think it was LISK. Especially considering all the similarities between the victims.
    Fascinated by the psychology of serial killers. Obsessed with the LISK case and other possible Long Island serial killers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LikeAHunter View Post
    That's a great question. If the GB4 were found and then Shannon was randomly found nearby in nearly impenetrable brush, then yeah, I'd think it was LISK. Especially considering all the similarities between the victims.
    I bet for every similarity you list, I can list a dissimilarity. You go first.
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    I know I would probably be leaning more towards LISK than I am now.

    Right now I think she's just a tragic case of bad decisions.
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    Shannan a tragic case of bad decisions? I strongly disagree. I think Shannan was smart to be fearful of Pak, Brewer and even Colletti. I Wouldn't trust any of them at all if my life was in danger. If I had seen whatever Shannan saw and came to the realization I was going to be murdered...I would run like all hell...Bang on every neighbors door...I would not stop and go inside Coletti's house...he's brewer's neighbor and could have been calling him instead of the police....Shannan was smart, she called the police, alerted all the neighbors she could. She was in survival mode and still the neighbors and the police just let her be murdered

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindsayLohan6 View Post
    Shannan a tragic case of bad decisions? I strongly disagree. I think Shannan was smart to be fearful of Pak, Brewer and even Colletti. I Wouldn't trust any of them at all if my life was in danger. If I had seen whatever Shannan saw and came to the realization I was going to be murdered...I would run like all hell...Bang on every neighbors door...I would not stop and go inside Coletti's house...he's brewer's neighbor and could have been calling him instead of the police....Shannan was smart, she called the police, alerted all the neighbors she could. She was in survival mode and still the neighbors and the police just let her be murdered
    BBM

    I wouldn't say GC and the other neighbors let her get murdered. That's quite a strong label to put on them, IMO; and it's not really fair.

    I've no doubt she was afraid of Pak and Brewer, but why would she bang on neighbors' doors if she was fearful of the neighbors? If I was fearful of someone, I wouldn't go up to their house. MOO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LindsayLohan6 View Post
    Shannan a tragic case of bad decisions? I strongly disagree. I think Shannan was smart to be fearful of Pak, Brewer and even Colletti. I Wouldn't trust any of them at all if my life was in danger. If I had seen whatever Shannan saw and came to the realization I was going to be murdered...I would run like all hell...Bang on every neighbors door...I would not stop and go inside Coletti's house...he's brewer's neighbor and could have been calling him instead of the police....Shannan was smart, she called the police, alerted all the neighbors she could. She was in survival mode and still the neighbors and the police just let her be murdered
    HUH? She was walking/running aimlessly, knocking on doors asking for help but she didn't know from what. Why do you need to imagine her seeing something that made her think she was going to be killed to turn her actions into smart, rational actions? She ran off from at least two people who wanted to help her, and somehow what she did was smart? Maybe you could also explain how the police and neighbors just let her be murdered.


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    Quote Originally Posted by marie-chantal View Post
    BBM

    I wouldn't say GC and the other neighbors let her get murdered. That's quite a strong label to put on them, IMO; and it's not really fair.

    I've no doubt she was afraid of Pak and Brewer, but why would she bang on neighbors' doors if she was fearful of the neighbors? If I was fearful of someone, I wouldn't go up to their house. MOO.
    If they were trying to kill me inside a gated community, I would run and bang on as many doors as I could while getting as far away as I could. I would try to wake up as many households up as possible to get them to look outside and be a witness to the people trying to kill me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcme View Post
    HUH? She was walking/running aimlessly, knocking on doors asking for help but she didn't know from what. Why do you need to imagine her seeing something that made her think she was going to be killed to turn her actions into smart, rational actions? She ran off from at least two people who wanted to help her, and somehow what she did was smart? Maybe you could also explain how the police and neighbors just let her be murdered.
    BS she wasn't walking running aimlessly. She was trying to hide from her attackers while alerting as many neighbors as she could, prolly because she was smart enough to realize the average Long Island resident wouldn't help her

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindsayLohan6 View Post
    If they were trying to kill me inside a gated community, I would run and bang on as many doors as I could while getting as far away as I could. I would try to wake up as many households up as possible to get them to look outside and be a witness to the people trying to kill me.
    The problem here is there was nobody out there to kill her, only MP looking for her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindsayLohan6 View Post
    BS she wasn't walking running aimlessly. She was trying to hide from her attackers while alerting as many neighbors as she could, prolly because she was smart enough to realize the average Long Island resident wouldn't help her
    If she was truly trying to alert as many people as possible, why did she knock on only two doors of the twenty she passed?

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