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    Book: Precious Angels

    Thanks to Cami, I just finished reading Precious Angels. If accurate, this book pretty much clears up a lot of questions in my mind. I can't find the link, but someone had questioned where the Leesa show got the information about the knife going through the body and through the carpet with tremendous force. Whether it is true or not, she probably got the information from the book Precious Angels. In the very back of the book under Author's Notes....page 307.

    According to forensic evidence, the murderer stabbed Devon once in the upper left side of his chest. Devon began kicking with his feet and flailing his legs desperately trying to keep the eight inch knife blade of the butcher knife from cutting him. The fight not only accounts for Darlie's injured arm, but it explains Devon's defense wound on the back part of his upper thigh and buttocks as well as the bruises on the heals on both feet.
    The bloody outline of the butcher knife imprinted on the carpet next to his body indicated it was placed there while Devon was pinned down to end the furious struggle. The fatal wound pierced his body with such force the blade went all the way through to the concrete underneath the carpet, leaving an indenture mark. The final savage blow happened so fast Devon died so fast before he could blink his eyes.

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    I have always thought Darin was in this up to his coke bottle eye glasses. I found this in Precious Angels and thought it was VERY interesting. I guess LE also thinks he was involved but can't seem to get the goods on him to prosecute the loser....No wonder Darin is staying low and not doing anything to call attention to himself!

    In May 1998, Darin Routier failed a polygraph test arranged by Brian Pardo, a Waco Multimillionaire insurance salesman who had taken up Darlie's cause.
    Prosecutor Greg Davis remarked, "If additional evidence comes to my attention that leads me to believe that someone else participated with Darlie, then we will take that to the Grand Jury.(315-316)
    I also think the questions he failed shows that HE WAS INVOLVED!!!

    On the polygraph exam, Darin was asked," Where you involved in any plan to commit a crime in your home in June of 1996?"; "Do you know who exactly left that sock in the alleyway?"; "Did you yourself stab Darlie on June 6, 1996?" and "Can you name the person who stabbed your sons?" To each question Darin answered "No". According to the polygraph examiner hired by Pardo, Darin failed those four specific questions. Pardo said he considered the results significant and hoped the district attorney would reopen the investigation.

    Why didn't they ask him if he helped kill those kids!?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deandaniellws
    Thanks to Cami, I just finished reading Precious Angels. If accurate, this book pretty much clears up a lot of questions in my mind. I can't find the link, but someone had questioned where the Leesa show got the information about the knife going through the body and through the carpet with tremendous force. Whether it is true or not, she probably got the information from the book Precious Angels. In the very back of the book under Author's Notes....page 307.

    According to forensic evidence, the murderer stabbed Devon once in the upper left side of his chest. Devon began kicking with his feet and flailing his legs desperately trying to keep the eight inch knife blade of the butcher knife from cutting him. The fight not only accounts for Darlie's injured arm, but it explains Devon's defense wound on the back part of his upper thigh and buttocks as well as the bruises on the heals on both feet.
    The bloody outline of the butcher knife imprinted on the carpet next to his body indicated it was placed there while Devon was pinned down to end the furious struggle. The fatal wound pierced his body with such force the blade went all the way through to the concrete underneath the carpet, leaving an indenture mark. The final savage blow happened so fast Devon died so fast before he could blink his eyes.
    poor babies i hate hearing what they went through, i read that book also, i have it here somewhere...I also have hush little babies, i believe thats the name...I used to think they were innocent.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by deandaniellws
    Thanks to Cami, I just finished reading Precious Angels. If accurate, this book pretty much clears up a lot of questions in my mind. I can't find the link, but someone had questioned where the Leesa show got the information about the knife going through the body and through the carpet with tremendous force. Whether it is true or not, she probably got the information from the book Precious Angels. In the very back of the book under Author's Notes....page 307.

    According to forensic evidence, the murderer stabbed Devon once in the upper left side of his chest. Devon began kicking with his feet and flailing his legs desperately trying to keep the eight inch knife blade of the butcher knife from cutting him. The fight not only accounts for Darlie's injured arm, but it explains Devon's defense wound on the back part of his upper thigh and buttocks as well as the bruises on the heals on both feet.
    The bloody outline of the butcher knife imprinted on the carpet next to his body indicated it was placed there while Devon was pinned down to end the furious struggle. The fatal wound pierced his body with such force the blade went all the way through to the concrete underneath the carpet, leaving an indenture mark. The final savage blow happened so fast Devon died so fast before he could blink his eyes.
    That was me, but I wasn't asking where Leeza got the information. I know she got it from Bab's mangled account. Trouble with that is, it's not true. Go look at the autopsy photos and you'll see Devon does not have any exit wounds. Few, if any of those bruises on her arms could have come from him kicking her. I think he did pull his legs up and kick and that's how he got the cut on his upper butt.
    And sigh, the bloody outline of the knife(Darlie's blood) was near where Damon died. So even when Babs believe Darlie did it, she was still wrong.
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    Another thing I read was that Pardo said for Darlie to cut off all correspondence with Darin for 30 days after that failed polygraph incident. I can't believe Pardo would actually think that she was innocent! I think I might have misinterpreted Darin's loyalty to Darlie. It might be out of fear rather than love/lust. I knew he said he wasn't going to trade places with her...but I didn't know they had that jailhouse fight with her saying he was cheating and her saying she was having a lust letter writing thing with Adams. I am glad I read it. Thanks a million Cami!!
    Yep...those losers did it together...just like I always thought. I have one more question guys. Is this the same author that has turned around and said she thinks Darlie is now innocent? If it is...I don't see how she can turn around and say that. She made pretty compelling arguments as to Darlie's guilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deandaniellws
    Another thing I read was that Pardo said for Darlie to cut off all correspondence with Darin for 30 days after that failed polygraph incident. I can't believe Pardo would actually think that she was innocent! I think I might have misinterpreted Darin's loyalty to Darlie. It might be out of fear rather than love/lust. I knew he said he wasn't going to trade places with her...but I didn't know they had that jailhouse fight with her saying he was cheating and her saying she was having a lust letter writing thing with Adams. I am glad I read it. Thanks a million Cami!!
    Yep...those losers did it together...just like I always thought. I have one more question guys. Is this the same author that has turned around and said she thinks Darlie is now innocent? If it is...I don't see how she can turn around and say that. She made pretty compelling arguments as to Darlie's guilt!
    i believe this is the same author, the author now believes that she is innocent and feels bad for writing that book...

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    Quote Originally Posted by beesy
    That was me, but I wasn't asking where Leeza got the information. I know she got it from Bab's mangled account. Trouble with that is, it's not true. Go look at the autopsy photos and you'll see Devon does not have any exit wounds. Few. of any of those bruises on her arms could have come from him kicking her. I think he did pull his legs up and kick and that's how he got the cut on his upper butt.
    And sigh, the bloody outline of the knife(Darlie's blood) was near where Damon died. So even when Babs believe Darlie did it, she was still wrong.
    I'll take your word for it. I know you have been right on top of the facts. I know they all make mistakes writing the books. Even Nancy Grace...and I love her to death. He had the bruises on his heals. He kicked something pretty hard. Anyway...I believe she said she got that theroy from one of Darlie's family members that thinks she did kill the kids. After that polygraph, how can both mothers NOT see that those two are guilty as sin!!!??!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by michelle
    i believe this is the same author, the author now believes that she is innocent and feels bad for writing that book...
    What do you think Michelle? I think she and Darin BOTH are guilty and they did it together. I have believed that for years. I had only read the transcripts and stuff on the net before Cami let me read those books. I am sooooo happy with your and Cami's books. I love to read good books. I will be getting MTJD pretty soon also. I am as happy as a pig in a puddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beesy
    That was me, but I wasn't asking where Leeza got the information. I know she got it from Bab's mangled account. Trouble with that is, it's not true. Go look at the autopsy photos and you'll see Devon does not have any exit wounds. Few. of any of those bruises on her arms could have come from him kicking her. I think he did pull his legs up and kick and that's how he got the cut on his upper butt.
    And sigh, the bloody outline of the knife(Darlie's blood) was near where Damon died. So even when Babs believe Darlie did it, she was still wrong.
    Barbara Davis explains why she changed her mind about Darlies guilt and makes an official statement on her website. Interesting reading, but enough to make ones blood boil.

    http://www.authorbarbaradavis.com/statement.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by deandaniellws
    What do you think Michelle? I think she and Darin BOTH are guilty and they did it together. I have believed that for years. I had only read the transcripts and stuff on the net before Cami let me read those books. I am sooooo happy with your and Cami's books. I love to read good books. I will be getting MTJD pretty soon also. I am as happy as a pig in a puddle. http://smileys.smileycentral.com/cat/39/39_3_10.gif
    you know i really dont know what to think about these murders, in a way i dont think they did it, but then again i do, i guess i will have to refresh myself again and read the books, i read them when they first came out and i really didnt understand stuff like "evidence" and what they had against them, so i will read it again...but since they havent found the real killers i cant help but think the right person is in jail, but i want to know why hasnt darin been investigated?? I will send you more books when you need them, we can swap, i love to read!!!


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    does anyone know what darin is up to these days? who has their son, him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by michelle
    you know i really dont know what to think about these murders, in a way i dont think they did it, but then again i do, i guess i will have to refresh myself again and read the books, i read them when they first came out and i really didnt understand stuff like "evidence" and what they had against them, so i will read it again...but since they havent found the real killers i cant help but think the right person is in jail, but i want to know why hasnt darin been investigated?? I will send you more books when you need them, we can swap, i love to read!!!
    Great. As soon as I unpack my books...I will pick some out and send them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by feenix
    Barbara Davis explains why she changed her mind about Darlies guilt and makes an official statement on her website. Interesting reading, but enough to make ones blood boil.

    http://www.authorbarbaradavis.com/statement.php
    OH GREAT!! Thanks for the link...I am off to read.

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    ok so she feels really bad now and she thinks darlie is innocent but why? because there were pics that werent shown to the jurors b/c i read that as well and seen a juror talk about how he didnt see her bruises ect....

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    Quote Originally Posted by deandaniellws
    Great. As soon as I unpack my books...I will pick some out and send them!
    oh good, i love to read!!! that was a good link i havent seen those crime scene photos before....

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