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    Nancy Cooper, 34, of Cary, N.C. #13

    Please continue GENERAL discussions here. Look around Nancy has her own forum, there are several threads started on specific topics to try and stay organized.


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    I am sad such a tragedy is bringing us all together.

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    To reply to the person who said they had the machines on auto back up. Maybe for a small company yes... Cisco has way to many employees and way to much information. They do not back up everyones hard drive. They use roaming profiles. So anything saved on his desktop (for those who don't understand thats a file saved in the area of your icons on the screen... where you see your wall paper picture) would be back up on his roaming profile that is it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by d99gr81 View Post
    To reply to the person who said they had the machines on auto back up. Maybe for a small company yes... Cisco has way to many employees and way to much information. They do not back up everyones hard drive. They use roaming profiles. So anything saved on his desktop (for those who don't understand thats a file saved in the area of your icons on the screen... where you see your wall paper picture) would be back up on his roaming profile that is it.


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    I do not believe that this is correct. Cisco employee's laptops run automated backup programs every day - and I believe it's WAYYY more than just the desktop files. it's many megabytes of data being backed up.

    Data storage is cheap these days - and not backing up an employee's PC leaves the potential for hundreds of hours of work being lost.

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    Quote:
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    Thank you too, d. I'm getting a good lesson here.

    No Cisco is not an internet company, but they would have a server and more than likely an IT Dept.

    The IT Dept, where I work can pull up and look at anything you are doing on your pc at anytime. If you use email or pull up web sites you are using internet and it goes into the server drive for the company. They can also go back and get deleted items from anyones pc. It all depends on how long they keep the info served on there servers. It's kept for a week where I work. None the less, you can never totally delete you hard drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaleighNC View Post
    I do not believe that this is correct. Cisco employee's laptops run automated backup programs every day - and I believe it's WAYYY more than just the desktop files. it's many megabytes of data being backed up.

    Data storage is cheap these days - and not backing up an employee's PC leaves the potential for hundreds of hours of work being lost.
    That's correct. The company I work for is not a small company and the data on the internet connection is stored. Most emails are stored differently so that would not even be included in server data storage.
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    Carrie Clarke could have easily admitted or denied what BC stated about Friday mornings cancellation. Did they not want to show BC did state some truth in his statement if he is telling the truth? She jogged with NC and had to know some things about BC. I can't imagine she had many different things to say about BC or did she?

    Diana Duncan's husband???? Did he not do one because he had some positive things to say?

    I am just saying it is strange to see who was picked and chosen...Many spouses, but the ones directly across the street only the wife did one? JA jogs with NC, but so does Carrie.

    Theresa went to the cameras immediately talking about her friend NC, started organize the search, where is she?

    This was for the custody case not criminal...why would they not do a statement? This is why I find it strange not everyone involved with NC did one.

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    whew! go away for a while and you have to play catch up on the reading! LOL

    Okay, thanks to Jilly and Fran for the kind words in regards to surviving a bad marriage.

    Now, about the car being in NC name even though she did not work outside of the home, drawing a paycheck, per say.
    Recently my husband attended a seminar on retirement offered thru his employer. The speaker talked about wills. He said that EVERYTHING should be in both the husbands and wife's name if the wife did not work outside of the home. House, cars, etc.
    Otherwise, if the husband dies before the wife, the wife goes thru a lot of legal mess trying to get those things put in her name. Titles, mortgages, etc .
    Maybe that is why the car was in NC name.
    Or maybe not.
    Anyway, so what if she was not bringing any money into the household? She could not work , remember?? Canadian citizen in the U.S. under her husbands visa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaleighNC View Post
    I do not believe that this is correct. Cisco employee's laptops run automated backup programs every day - and I believe it's WAYYY more than just the desktop files. it's many megabytes of data being backed up.

    Data storage is cheap these days - and not backing up an employee's PC leaves the potential for hundreds of hours of work being lost.
    If he did murder NC and it was premeditated, I'm sure BC had the knowledge to think all this through beforehand; and nothing will be on his computer to incriminate him. If it wasn't pre-meditated; that's a different story. I'm sure if he's innocent, he won't mind them looking at anything! I'd WANT them to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blondieskatz View Post
    That's correct. The company I work for is not a small company and the data on the internet connection is stored. Most emails are stored differently so that would not even be included in server data storage.
    How about Google searches? Is that stored?

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    No vehicle registered in Nancy's name from what I see. Where was it said it was in her name? I know she wanted it paid off and in her name in her settlement, but I don't think it currently is.


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    LE is certainly going after Brad now. They sure handle investigations in a very quiet manner. I would have thought that they would have some serious physical evidence by now. At what point is LE required to name a person of interest or a suspect? Does anyone know? I would have thought that LE would have to have some probable cause to get the new search warrant. But no person of interest. It seems a little unfair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reddress58 View Post
    How about Google searches? Is that stored?

    Anything that goes through the internet, so searches would be cached. The best way to understand this is if you open a document that is saved on your pc such as you pictures folder that is not stored. If you open an internet window such as WS it's stored, if you do a search on Google and click on that link it's stored
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    Quote Originally Posted by momto3kids View Post
    No vehicle registered in Nancy's name from what I see. Where was it said it was in her name? I know she wanted it paid off and in her name in her settlement, but I don't think it currently is.
    I believe that was one of those assumptions that seem to pop up - kinda like the $1200 purse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy23 View Post
    LE is certainly going after Brad now. They sure handle investigations in a very quiet manner. I would have thought that they would have some serious physical evidence by now. At what point is LE required to name a person of interest or a suspect? Does anyone know? I would have thought that LE would have to have some probable cause to get the new search warrant. But no person of interest. It seems a little unfair.
    LE doesn't have to name a suspect or person of interest at all. When they believe they have enough evidence they will go to the DA and present it. either the DA will take it to a Grand Jury or send LE back with a request for further evidence. There is no time limit - when the DA is comfortable they will make a move to obtain an arrest warrant. LE can arrest and sometimes does when they feel there is a danger to the public for example.

    LE had to have probable cause to get both of the two new warrants we have heard of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisincharlie View Post
    LE doesn't have to name a suspect or person of interest at all. When they believe they have enough evidence they will go to the DA and present it. either the DA will take it to a Grand Jury or send LE back with a request for further evidence. There is no time limit - when the DA is comfortable they will make a move to obtain an arrest warrant. LE can arrest and sometimes does when they feel there is a danger to the public for example.

    LE had to have probable cause to get both of the two new warrants we have heard of.
    true that RC, and LE doesn't seem to think that there is a danger to the public, the only danger was to Nancy Cooper.

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