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    PA - Jan Roseboro, 45, found murdered in her backyard pool, Denver, 22 July 2008

    A mother of 4 children was found beaten and drowned in the pool in her back yard @ 11pm.
    Links to the story:
    http://articles.lancasteronline.com/local/4/224915

    http://www.wgal.com/news/16974624/detail.html

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    here we go again

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    She had severe trauma and didn't do it to herself. Found by husband.

    Police said someone murdered her and they are at large in the community.

    My heart goes out to her children, husband and family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewingDeb View Post
    She had severe trauma and didn't do it to herself. Found by husband.

    Police said someone murdered her and they are at large in the community.

    My heart goes out to her children, husband and family.
    yea- she fricking tripped-------------------------
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    "Michael and Jan were sitting by the pool talking. He went inside. She didn't come right in, and he went back out to look for her," Bachman said Mr. Roseboro told him. "Apparently, she must have either slipped or tripped and hit her head and fallen into the water. Nobody saw it happen. The kids were in bed."

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    I should have read the whole article before posting. Really weak story from the husband.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewingDeb View Post
    I should have read the whole article before posting. Really weak story from the husband.
    yup- tripped and hit her head VS severe blunt trauma all over her body- severe beating -
    why are people so stupid?
    but then- he may get away with it like alot have lately

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    "Police said there were no signs of forced entry into the home, and "no obvious signs of a struggle." The backyard and pool are surrounded by a wrought-iron fence.

    The home is a single-story red-brick structure with a large extension and sits on more than three acres of land. Neighbors said today that Mrs. Roseboro had grown up in the home, which had been owned at one time by her parents."

    hmm.. 3 acres of land, the neighbors wouldn't have heard anything. No one in their right mind is going to believe all the bruises and then drowning occurred from drowning. No signs of forced entry or a struggle, well i wonder if her husband had an insurance policy out on her and or was looking forward to getting her house, which belonged to her parents.

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    Yeah. This one stinks to high heaven. I'm not buying the guy's story for a second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeoW333 View Post
    "Police said there were no signs of forced entry into the home, and "no obvious signs of a struggle." The backyard and pool are surrounded by a wrought-iron fence.

    The home is a single-story red-brick structure with a large extension and sits on more than three acres of land. Neighbors said today that Mrs. Roseboro had grown up in the home, which had been owned at one time by her parents."

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    SHE grew up in the home.

    Accident?


    fran

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    This is such BS from the husband. The poor lady.


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    MAN!!! How can these guys be so STUPID!!!

    A little shade of the Michael Peterson story saying he left his wife outside except Kathleen was found inside.

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    Husband = Guilty, only my opinion of course.

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    This smells so bad--they were married 19 years, the home was hers---and he was home, kids sleeping. Gate around pool no obvious break-in,, she couldnt have beat herself. There had to be some noise while she was beaten...how long did he leave her. I think hubby is guilty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shazza View Post
    Husband = Guilty, only my opinion of course.
    LOL, this guy is lucky he doesn't have to pick his jury from Websleuths!

    It's getting almost to the point, IF it appears on our pages, we KNOW he did it!

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    fran

    PS...ok, ok, I KNOW! Innocent until proven guilty.

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    the first link at the very bottom in the comments it said, that it was unconfirmed but the hubby was in police custody....he must be one stupid fool if he did it and thought his story would fool anyone lol

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