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View Poll Results: What provoked this slaughter?

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  • Child abduction gone bad.

    13 8.84%
  • Revenge

    18 12.24%
  • Thrill kill

    34 23.13%
  • Diversion

    1 0.68%
  • Professional Hit

    6 4.08%
  • Silencing a possible witness

    40 27.21%
  • Hate crime

    1 0.68%
  • Mistaken for a deer.

    1 0.68%
  • I don't know and can't even guess.

    33 22.45%
  • I don't want to know.

    0 0%

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  1. #31
    i thought about this case last night, in bed.....i voted just now, & i'm sticking with revenge, regardless if the youtube posts are true or not.....i must agree with poco also....i don't see a pedo trying to abduct both girls, then shooting them...i don't see this as gang/drug related either though....

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    I still think it's because they witnessed something, probably drug related.

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    I don't know and I can't even guess at this point.

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    I say an abduction gone wrong, or just a "thrill kill", and by that I also include someone who was pissed at society or was triggered by some personal conflict, and the girls were just a target to release that anger.

  5. #35
    I voted for the silencing of possible witness. I think the girls happened upon a drug deal or cooking and that was that. They knew this person therefore they had to be silenced. I am thinking he maybe a friend of a friend that they didn't know well, but could recognize on the street.

    I think something was going down in the woods behind them. The police helicopters spent sometime that evening searching that woods. They were looking for someone or something.

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    I cannot for the life of me imagine why someone would go into the "woods" to cook their meth. Why risk hauling all the ingredients & equipment out in the middle of several homes & start cooking it up? The stuff reeks to high heaven & they would be a heck of a lot safer sealed up in a house instead. Who manufactures drugs out in the open???

    BTW, Hi everyone! :Banane19: I'm Claudia & I have been a lurker for a while, but this case is driving me so crazy that I just had to jump in the convo.


    ETA: I just read over on another thread about these "mobile meth labs". Never heard of such a thing, and I am unfortunately very familiar with the drug scene (or should I say used to be) - these guys are clear idiots. Cooking out in the open like that has GOT to be the dumbest move ever. As they say, consider the source, I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claudia View Post
    I cannot for the life of me imagine why someone would go into the "woods" to cook their meth. Why risk hauling all the ingredients & equipment out in the middle of several homes & start cooking it up? The stuff reeks to high heaven & they would be a heck of a lot safer sealed up in a house instead. Who manufactures drugs out in the open???

    BTW, Hi everyone! :Banane19: I'm Claudia & I have been a lurker for a while, but this case is driving me so crazy that I just had to jump in the convo.
    Hi Claudia, welcome.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyond Belief View Post
    Hi Claudia, welcome.....
    Thanks! Glad to be here. You guys are totally on top of things!

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    This case is mind boggling. I sure wish they would pick up these guys.

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    Welcome Claudia!

    I feel the motive may be revenge against a family member by an enemy they made. Both Taylor's and Skyla's family left Oklahoma City because of the violence there, escaping to what they felt was a safer environment. But, both families have family members who've been arrested for criminal activities, or have associated with criminals.

    I don't feel the girls witnessed meth being cooked. I feel meth cookers would seek out a more secluded area than a road that's been described as a well-traveled road, leading to a bridge that's a known area where teens hang out.

    I don't feel the girls witnessed a drug exchange. From what I understand, drugs are packaged and the package is exchanged for money. If the girls witnessed a drug exchange they wouldn't know what's in the package and make the assumption they were seeing a drug exchange.

    I doubt it was an abduction gone wrong, as in most cases of child abduction the abductor flees when he's not successful. I think too, that an abductor would prowl more urban areas looking for a victim.

    So, I voted for revenge.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leila View Post
    Welcome Claudia!

    I feel the motive may be revenge against a family member by an enemy they made. Both Taylor's and Skyla's family left Oklahoma City because of the violence there, escaping to what they felt was a safer environment. But, both families have family members who've been arrested for criminal activities, or have associated with criminals.

    I don't feel the girls witnessed meth being cooked. I feel meth cookers would seek out a more secluded area than a road that's been described as a well-traveled road, leading to a bridge that's a known area where teens hang out.

    I don't feel the girls witnessed a drug exchange. From what I understand, drugs are packaged and the package is exchanged for money. If the girls witnessed a drug exchange they wouldn't know what's in the package and make the assumption they were seeing a drug exchange.


    I doubt it was an abduction gone wrong, as in most cases of child abduction the abductor flees when he's not successful. I think too, that an abductor would prowl more urban areas looking for a victim.

    So, I voted for revenge.

    I agree with you 100% on this.
    Thanks for the welcome!

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    Hello. I just heard on my Fox 23, here in Tulsa, that new info is going to be annouced about the murders. Also, Girl Scout Info too. blessings to all here, annie

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    They are saying inclusive on the dna in girl scout killing. Suspect has passed away however.

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    News is saying a special dog will be taken to the scene of the Weleetka murders.

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    Why not "none of the above"??

    I was going to give the vote on "mistaken for deer", but then I realized that is ludicrous. IMO

    But after looking and thinking of the other options, I couldn't vote for any of them either at this point.

    So, it left me with none of the above. (At this point of time) Which is not an option!





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