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    FL - Father Finds Dead Girl in Son's Closet

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,290564,00.html
    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — A 26-year-old man was held Tuesday on suspicion of first-degree murder and sexual battery after his father found a woman's body in his closet, authorities said.
    Jason Shenfeld's parents noticed their son seemed nervous and was locking his bedroom door. When his father went into Shenfeld's room on Friday night, he found 18-year-old Amanda Buckley's body stuffed in his closet, according to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office report.
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    Shenfeld told his father the teen had overdosed on drugs and he panicked, the report said.
    However, investigators say they found duct tape in Buckley's hair, bruises on her body and evidence of rape, according to the report.
    An autopsy revealed the girl was strangled, beaten and sexually abused.
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    OMG! How horrible. At least the parents called the cops. The articles says that he was charged with sexually assaulting two women earlier this year.
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    Oh, My! How long has she been missing? What a terrible thing to find out this way your son is a sadistic murderer. I feel for the parents, but glad they caught him and can return her home. There are always so many lives affected by their cruelty and disdain for life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriouslySearching View Post
    Oh, My! How long has she been missing? What a terrible thing to find out this way your son is a sadistic murderer. I feel for the parents, but glad they caught him and can return her home. There are always so many lives affected by their cruelty and disdain for life.
    Buckley, a well-liked 18-year-old who accepted a scholarship to attend college in Tampa, was becoming friends with Shenfeld when she joined him and his family on a trip Wednesday, sheriff's investigators said Monday.
    Detectives think she was assaulted and died late Thursday.

    At the scene, investigators found a dark piece of duct tape in her hair. They also found a matching roll of tape and a blue and white rope inside a black, white and red backpack found on top of her body, according to the arrest report.

    Medical examiners found that Buckley died of strangulation. They also noticed hemorrhages on her neck and bruises on her legs
    her body was found on saturday. i found this info @ this link. http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/loc...,3673806.story


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    I am never again going to be able to tease my daughter about her room being so messy it could hide a body of one of her friends that got lost in there - without thinking of this poor girl!
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    I'll guarantee you that there would be no parent funded attorney in sight if that was my child. Sounds like he certainly has a problem in this area that has either not been addressed or not been fixed. Locked up is probably the safest place for him to be.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lymom3 View Post
    I'll guarantee you that there would be no parent funded attorney in sight if that was my child. Sounds like he certainly has a problem in this area that has either not been addressed or not been fixed. Locked up is probably the safest place for him to be.
    I agree with you. This boy has serious problems. Where were his parents when this was taking place? That poor girl, such a bright future ahead.


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    I agree, except locked up is being too nice.

    This guy had a history. He was 26, Amanda was 18. He's living with his parents. His parents ensure he has a lawyer. They (and this man's uncle) get that lawyer before they call the cops. They do his laundry. They write letters to judges thanking them for giving their son a second chance, saying he's turned his life around. His previous rape charges were dropped because of a technicality.

    He should be given life in prison at the LEAST. But this guy isn't the only one who should be punished.

    His parents should be punished. The courts should be punished for dropping rape charges. His uncle should be punished.

    This is an embarrassment. To think that humanity has come to this is more than disheartening.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lymom3 View Post
    I'll guarantee you that there would be no parent funded attorney in sight if that was my child. Sounds like he certainly has a problem in this area that has either not been addressed or not been fixed. Locked up is probably the safest place for him to be.
    My family is the same way, no bail outs, no way. Perhaps that's why we've always kept our noses clean. We were always raised to know we were responsible for our own behavior - the good stuff and the consequences of the bad stuff.
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    OMG! I'm so sorry for this girl and her family.

    I wish I could figure out what's going on with this world.


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    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/co...svc=7&cxcat=76

    Some more information about the victim, Amanda Buckley.


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    Shenfeld told his father that the teen overdosed on drugs and he panicked, a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office report states. Then he fled.
    Investigators found duct tape in Buckley's hair, bruises on her body and evidence of rape, according to the report. They also found a garbage bag filled with duct tape and rope.
    An autopsy Saturday revealed that the college-bound softball star was strangled, beaten in the head and sexually abused.
    Shenfeld was arrested that night on a warrant alleging first-degree murder, sexual battery and false imprisonment.
    But before calling 911, Shenfeld's father and uncle left his mother at their Ardel Drive home with Buckley's body and drove to an attorney's house to bring him back to the scene.
    The lawyer had represented Jason Shenfeld before.
    About eight months ago, two women, ages 18 and 19, told Palm Beach County sheriff's investigators that Shenfeld forced them to perform a variety of sex acts, both on him and on each other, at the North Palm Beach home where he formerly lived.
    They had been drinking rum, passed out and awoke to find him naked and dragging them into his bedroom, a report says.
    The teens told a detective that Shenfeld carried a knife with a footlong blade and threatened to sic his pit bull on them if they resisted. He bound them with duct tape, they said.
    The detective saw the young women's scrapes and scratches and found DNA evidence at the scene. But prosecutors declined to file charges of armed sexual battery and false imprisonment Jan. 31, saying the allegations could not be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.
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    But before calling 911, Shenfeld's father and uncle left his mother at their Ardel Drive home with Buckley's body and drove to an attorney's house to bring him back to the scene.

    and

    But prosecutors declined to file charges of armed sexual battery and false imprisonment Jan. 31, saying the allegations could not be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.

    WTF?!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Taximom View Post
    But before calling 911, Shenfeld's father and uncle left his mother at their Ardel Drive home with Buckley's body and drove to an attorney's house to bring him back to the scene.

    and

    But prosecutors declined to file charges of armed sexual battery and false imprisonment Jan. 31, saying the allegations could not be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.

    WTF?!


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    OMG How horrible......WTF waiting for an attorney.... and from Thursday until Saturday.....


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