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    Websleuths Makes the News Down Under

    Hats off to our incredible Websleuths members. You made the news in Australia

    http://www.smh.com.au/national/websl...02-1mutek.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricia View Post
    Hats off to our incredible Websleuths members. You made the news in Australia

    http://www.smh.com.au/national/websl...02-1mutek.html
    Wowie Kazowie, Tricia!!!

    Websleuths: Citizen detectives and professionals helping police solve crimes
    By Mark White, The Sydney Morning Herald, May 3, '15 - 2:19 am

    [... you said]


    "On Websleuths, the discussion turned to the possibility Moore had killed him. "She came on the forum blasting away," says Griffith, "and the police called and said just let her go. I told the moderators, 'Don't monitor anything she says, don't edit anything'. She basically talked herself into being arrested." Shakespeare's body was found, and Moore convicted of murder."

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    Great article.

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    For new members on mobile devices that do not support thread tag searches: http://www.websleuths.com/forums/tags.php?tag=australia

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    Great article well done websleuths and what a great job you all do. Hats of to Tricia and staff as well for this forum it is well respected by many many people and agencies.



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