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    Darin the silent one

    As I told detectivewannabe I have my reasons for suspecting Darin in the complicity of this crime.It comes down to what is believable and what is not.It is not inconcievable that a mother could murder her own children,it's been done before and will happen again.He knows but can't say as this will put him right next to Darlie onDR.If Darlie says so it would only seal her own fate and thus catch 22. He saw what happened and probably masterminded(if you want to call it that)the whole intruder story in order to clear his wife w/the double d's.Men will do strange things for a woman-just ask any of us!The truth will go to the grave when Darlie gets the needle .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimthecarpetguy
    As I told detectivewannabe I have my reasons for suspecting Darin in the complicity of this crime.It comes down to what is believable and what is not.It is not inconcievable that a mother could murder her own children,it's been done before and will happen again.He knows but can't say as this will put him right next to Darlie onDR.If Darlie says so it would only seal her own fate and thus catch 22. He saw what happened and probably masterminded(if you want to call it that)the whole intruder story in order to clear his wife w/the double d's.Men will do strange things for a woman-just ask any of us!The truth will go to the grave when Darlie gets the needle .
    O, Darin will write a tell all book that is half true. He's never been able to make the money off of it he thought he would in the early days, so I will be surprised if he doesn't do something to clear his name and make what he can after it is over.

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    Sorry Goody but this guy is not smart enough to do that much.I would give my left arm to have 5 minutes alone in a sealed room with this guy.Does he know Dave M. is in luv w/his wife?
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    But, JTCG, do you think Darin was involved BEFORE the killings took place. I have a hard time believing Darin just saw the killings and "masterminded" the intruder theory. If that's all he did and then later on "fessed" up that he made up the intruder; I'm not sure he'd be in that much trouble as to end up on death row with Darlie. Wouldn't that just be hindering an investigation?? I'm not sure what to think about Darin. I know men do alot of stupid things for women, but to think she viciously murdered your children..... look at Randy Yates, he bailed???? And even if he truely believes she is innocent, how long can he live without her on the outside and not have a mother for his other son and a partner for himself? I, for what ever reason, believe that he had a little something for Darlie's sister that night and that is what started the arguement.


    Just some random thoughts to consider.

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    I have always thought that maybe there was a little sumthin' sumthin' with the little sisters.(yes I meant to pluralize.)The sister who brought the silly string has gone into her shell and will never talk to anyone about the case.Back to Darin-IF he fessesd up the charge would not be obstruction of justice but I am sure one of the legal minds on WS could tell us more specific. Conspiracy to Commit Capital Murder comes to mind-if there is such a charge,I don't know that's not my field.
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    BUT, do you think he was involved before the killings or do you think he just "happened" upon them and went into "protective" mode?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goody
    O, Darin will write a tell all book that is half true....
    I agree that Darin will attempt to profit in some way after Darlie's execution - maybe a book, or exclusive interview - i.e. Dateline NBC, or MSN Investigates or some documentary-type forum where he can lament about his loss and show the world what a stand-up guy he's been all the years Darlie was on DR.

    At one time I thought Darin may have given Darlie the idea of staging a robbery/break-in type of deal (like he admitted to considering previously with that car - Jaguar, I believe, to get insurance $) - anyway, my initial thought was that while he was taking the babysitter home, Darlie would do the "robbery/break-in" and he would return and find her beaten/injured, etc......but that things went way out of control and ended up the way they did. But, the more I think about that theory, it seems unlikely because of the time involved - he was probably gone longer than he should have been, but not THAT long. I believe he knows more/is involved and has clammed up to keep his a** out of jail.

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    Definately the latter.Once you've told one lie you have to tell another to corraborate it and so on and so on.....The truth is buried so far underneath that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goody
    O, Darin will write a tell all book that is half true. He's never been able to make the money off of it he thought he would in the early days, so I will be surprised if he doesn't do something to clear his name and make what he can after it is over.
    If I was a publisher I would sign him to a deal ASAP.I agree he'll make a deal right after the state of Texas murders her.This guy may be an innocent victim but at this point I wouldn't I wouldn't bet the farm on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimthecarpetguy
    Sorry Goody but this guy is not smart enough to do that much.I would give my left arm to have 5 minutes alone in a sealed room with this guy.Does he know Dave M. is in luv w/his wife?
    O, I think Darin is much smarter than people give him credit for. He may be a little short in cleverness and he likes to talk too much. He thinks he can use that good ol' southern boy charm to win people over and they won't pay that much attention to what he says or call him on the contradictions. This case has taught him though and he knows he needs to be quiet because he doesn't always think before he speaks. Some might call him a habitual liar but I think it is more along the lines of habitual bull*****ter.

    I am sure he knows about Dave. If they read this forum, he surely does. LOL! Dave probably is not the only one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimthecarpetguy
    If I was a publisher I would sign him to a deal ASAP.I agree he'll make a deal right after the state of Texas murders her.This guy may be an innocent victim but at this point I wouldn't I wouldn't bet the farm on it.
    Nor would I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goody
    O, I think Darin is much smarter than people give him credit for. He may be a little short in cleverness and he likes to talk too much. He thinks he can use that good ol' southern boy charm to win people over and they won't pay that much attention to what he says or call him on the contradictions. This case has taught him though and he knows he needs to be quiet because he doesn't always think before he speaks. Some might call him a habitual liar but I think it is more along the lines of habitual bull*****ter.

    I am sure he knows about Dave. If they read this forum, he surely does. LOL! Dave probably is not the only one.
    Once again I can only say WOW!I live in the same city and I hope I never run into the guy and I think I have just said too much,Darlie Kee has friends in the govt.and no doubt the FBI will at my door soonLMFAO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimthecarpetguy
    I have always thought that maybe there was a little sumthin' sumthin' with the little sisters.(yes I meant to pluralize.)The sister who brought the silly string has gone into her shell and will never talk to anyone about the case.Back to Darin-IF he fessesd up the charge would not be obstruction of justice but I am sure one of the legal minds on WS could tell us more specific. Conspiracy to Commit Capital Murder comes to mind-if there is such a charge,I don't know that's not my field.
    I don't think anything was going on between Darin and Dana. She was engaged at the time and already living with her fiance, I think. Later she said she wanted to go home that night because he would be home. (Maybe he was a truck drver?) Point is, there just doesn't seem to be enough smoike there to warrant the suspicion that they were fooling around behind Darlie's back. Flirty? Yeah, but Darlie was flirty, too, so I don't see any red flags there.

    As for conspiracy charges, it would depend on what part of the crime Darin actually participated in. If in advance, it would be conspiracy to commit murder and probably make him a full fledged co-defendant for murder itself. If it was after the fact, it wuold probably be obstruction of justice, tampering with evidence, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimthecarpetguy
    Once again I can only say WOW!I live in the same city and I hope I never run into the guy and I think I have just said too much,Darlie Kee has friends in the govt.and no doubt the FBI will at my door soonLMFAO.
    Just watch your back, Jim. Watch your back. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by detectivewannabe
    BUT, do you think he was involved before the killings or do you think he just "happened" upon them and went into "protective" mode?
    I, for one, don't believe the latter, esp with the timeline the state used. But I have no idea where or when he actually became involved. I am not even sure he was upstairs when it happened. He could have been but there is no way he could have heard the shattering wine glass from up there and he has always been so consistent on hearing it that it makes me think it left a huge impression on him.....and that puts him much closer to it...imho, of course.

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