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    Quote Originally Posted by SleuthyGal View Post
    hmmm.... I have not seen all the various TV interviews in this case.

    Here's a link to a video on ABC 11 - (WTVD)

    http://abclocal.go.com/wtvd/story?se...cal&id=6310421

    The transcript of the video is below the video box - Susan Crook is quoted in the transcript.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topsail Girl View Post
    Has me curious too and I even thought that maybe Susan worked with Interact and saw "signs". I just don't get it. I was hoping to see the GMA video to see if it would give me some clues.

    This is a possibility that Susan works for Interact but I am wondering how she got involved so early on Saturday unless LE contacted Interact immediately for victims assistance which we know Cary LE does have an advertisment for Interact on their website. possible - she is not on the "list" that Brad wants everyone's correspondence from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topsail Girl View Post
    Oh shoot I forgot to post that. That's what I get for assuming - I was on Empty so I had to get gas and so was my daughter. Luckily we filled up this morning.

    PS I saw you trying to fight the good fight over at GoLO - it's a no win situation over there!!!!!

    Yes, and I would not encourage them to visit us here, I have largely stopped reading GOLO, because it was a bunch of tripe, and I do not have time for that.

    Only good thing is, that is where I first heard about WS, and I've been happy ever since!

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    I concur with CyberPro. Time is such a precious resource--why waste it trying to impart wisdom or argue with people you'll never meet and who could care less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fran View Post
    Hi jmflu!

    We have a thread on this. Come join us!



    fran
    Hi

    What is the name of the thread, if you don't mind me asking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisincharlie View Post
    Here's a link to a video on ABC 11 - (WTVD)

    http://abclocal.go.com/wtvd/story?se...cal&id=6310421

    The transcript of the video is below the video box - Susan Crook is quoted in the transcript.
    Thanks RC! I did see the transcript earlier today and caught up on one more video by watching that just now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoonFlwr View Post
    Hi

    What is the name of the thread, if you don't mind me asking!
    Hi MoonFlowr!

    It's the thread titled, "Nancy's Friends Object!"


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    Religious Faith?

    I have not noticed anywhere any mention of NC or her family having a religious affiliation. Do you all know anything about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by runr View Post
    I have not noticed anywhere any mention of NC or her family having a religious affiliation. Do you all know anything about this?

    The churches both in Cary and in Edmonton were, I do believe, Lutheran.
    As I received information, and relayed it to the defendant after her arrest, she continued to claim ignorance and at times, laughed at the situation. She still failed to show any outward signs of remorse or concern for her missing two year old daughter.
    --Yuri Melich, arrest warrant, July 16, 2008

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    Well, well....got to see the up close today, actually too close for comfort IMO. I had just walked down the wine aisle cutting thru to the meat area at HT(yes, THE HT), actually thinking about how many times NC had probably been there herself. NC was so on my mind today.....go around the end cap and bang....right into BC and his mom! I looked him in the eyes, then at huge tattoo on his leg to confirm to myself that it WAS him, then back to him, he looked away to lean forward to hear what mommy dearest was saying to him, she was by the way pushing the cart. 5 minutes later I went down an aisle and before I got to the end they went into the check out lane I was coming to the end of. So guess who pays for the groceries??? Hint...it isn't BC.

    Sandals were NOT rainbows but a slip on that has a wide band over the top of his foot, shorts, short sleeve t-shirt and he is STILL wearing his wedding band. Yes, wedding band!
    的t ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." ~Mark Twain~

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    Quote Originally Posted by momto3kids View Post
    Well, well....got to see the up close today, actually too close for comfort IMO. I had just walked down the wine aisle cutting thru to the meat area at HT(yes, THE HT), actually thinking about how many times NC had probably been there herself. NC was so on my mind today.....go around the end cap and bang....right into BC and his mom! I looked him in the eyes, then that huge tattoo on his leg, then back to him, he looked away to lean forward to hear what mommy dearest was saying to him, she was by the way pushing the cart. 5 minutes later I went down an aisle and before I got to the end they went into the check out lane I was coming to the end of. So guess who pays for the groceries??? Hint...it isn't BC.

    Sandals were NOT rainbows but a slip on that has a wide band over the top of his foot, shorts, short sleeve t-shirt and is STILL wearing his wedding band. Yes, wedding band!
    I wondered if he had taken off the wedding band yet. Did it appear that other people recognized him in the store? And the most important question of all...did he use his VIC card???

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    Looks like mommy is doing the cleaning, shopping and cooking for her wittle boy . Is his dad there too ???

    Interesting that he's still wearing the wedding ring.....just for appearances more than likely.

    On a side-note.......you must still be having an adrenalin rush huh mt3k.....LOL.
    Everyone sees who you appear to be.....few really know who you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleuthyGal View Post
    I wondered if he had taken off the wedding band yet. Did it appear that other people recognized him in the store? And the most important question of all...did he use his VIC card???
    I don't know about the VIC card. I noticed mommy dearest signing the slip and BC took the receipt. Is he broke? Is he not wanting a paper trail? Why in the heck do you stand back and let mommy dearest pay, when she is your guest?

    SG...I don't know if anyone noticed them. It actually makes me sick to see him go around like nothing is wrong. I didn't follow them at all. I know myself too well and might have said something in passing so chose to remove myself from the situation rather than cause a scene. Another HT, maybe, but not this one.
    的t ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." ~Mark Twain~

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    When I'm with my parents (they retired to FL) they pay for everything too. And my mother did that when she and her sister came and stayed with me for 16 days last year. Doesn't matter that I am gainfully employed and they're retired. Although they will allow me to treat sometimes, but that's a smaller % of time. My dad even less so than my mother; he pays for everything (restaurants, etc.) when I'm visiting.

    So that part (mommy paying) doesn't shock me so much, having experienced it myself. Some parents still think of their grown kids as their 'babies' no matter what the reality is. My mother thinks I'm still 12 yrs old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahmoo View Post
    Looks like mommy is doing the cleaning, shopping and cooking for her wittle boy . Is his dad there too ???

    Interesting that he's still wearing the wedding ring.....just for appearances more than likely.

    On a side-note.......you must still be having an adrenalin rush huh mt3k.....LOL.
    I have not heard about his daddy being here, but heard he is back at home teaching.

    Yes...adrenalin rush it was. Actually shaking after I looked him twice in his eyes to realize what he is capable of. To think just 15 seconds before this...I was wondering how many times NC has been down this aisle. I don't drink wine and never cut thru this aisle which surprised me, but I did it.

    I actually had to make a phone call to someone very familiar with this case to listen to me so I could get it off my chest rather than blurt something out to him!
    的t ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." ~Mark Twain~

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    It actually makes me sick to see him go around like nothing is wrong. I didn't follow them at all. I know myself too well and might have said something in passing so chose to remove myself from the situation rather than cause a scene. Another HT, maybe, but not this one.
    I'm glad you refrained from saying anything; really, no good can come from that, ya know? We have to have faith in the justice system and that the truth will come out and be known and there will be resolution in the end. And until then....well.... patience I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleuthyGal View Post
    When I'm with my parents (they retired to FL) they pay for everything too. And my mother did that when she and her sister came and stayed with me for 16 days last year. Doesn't matter that I am gainfully employed and they're retired. Although they will allow me to treat sometimes, but that's a smaller % of time. My dad even less so than my mother; he pays for everything (restaurants, etc.) when I'm visiting.

    So that part (mommy paying) doesn't shock me so much, having experienced it myself. Some parents still think of their grown kids as their 'babies' no matter what the reality is. My mother thinks I'm still 12 yrs old.
    I totally agree when parents are visiting...my parents do the same and insist on it. But to be here almost 2 months is a different story, this is temporary residence:laughbig: IMO. I would bet she will be here thru Oct with the custody issues coming up, then if he does get the girls she will be here to settle them in as well. We could be looking at a couple more months.
    的t ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." ~Mark Twain~

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    Quote Originally Posted by momto3kids View Post
    I totally agree when parents are visiting...my parents do the same and insist on it. But to be here almost 2 months is a different story, this is temporary residence:laughbig: IMO. I would bet she will be here thru Oct with the custody issues coming up, then if he does get the girls she will be here to settle them in as well. We could be looking at a couple more months.
    True. He might be giving her a check or putting cash in her wallet...I mean we don't know...you see mom paying at the store, but he might be treating her in other ways too. Or maybe not. No way to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleuthyGal View Post
    True. He might be giving her a check or putting cash in her wallet...I mean we don't know...you see mom paying at the store, but he might be treating her in other ways too. Or maybe not. No way to know.
    LOL...did you see what you wrote?
    Treating her in other ways? Maybe he gives her an allowance like he did Nancy? Does he control everyone in his life?
    I know what you mean, just picking on you!
    的t ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." ~Mark Twain~

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    Quote Originally Posted by momto3kids View Post
    LOL...did you see what you wrote?
    Treating her in other ways? Maybe he gives her an allowance like he did Nancy? Does he control everyone in his life?
    I know what you mean, just picking on you!
    HEH! Yes I did notice that as soon as I posted. And I KNEW you'd bust my chops over it too! He does seem to like to withdraw a certain amount of $$ each week...perhaps old habits persist!

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    Not that this will necessarily make you feel better M23K, but at least there is still *possibility* ahead in this case.

    I mean how would you like to be a family member of one of O.J. victims? I am practically in tears anytime I see Fred or Kim Goldman on TV; I feel so bad for them. Or Robert Blake's wife's family? Can you imagine knowing that the murderer of your beloved family member was deemed NOT guilty and is walking around free as a bird?

    Of course their reputations are ruined, most people want nothing to do with them, their souls are scarred forever, they're piranhas in most of polite society, people call them 'murderer' and 'killer' to their faces, and they will never ever be 'free' of the association to their crimes, but still...can you IMAGINE?

    I think at some point you have to find some belief in Universal Karma and realize that such actions will be accounted for in some way/some day or else risk losing your mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleuthyGal View Post
    Not that this will necessarily make you feel better M23K, but at least there is still *possibility* ahead in this case. I mean how would you like to be a family member of one of O.J. victims? I am practically in tears anytime I see Fred or Kim Goldman on TV; I feel so bad for them. Or Robert Blake's wife's family? Can you imagine knowing that the murderer of your beloved family member was deemed NOT guilty and is walking around free as a bird?

    Oh course their reputations are ruined, most people want nothing to do with them, their souls are scarred forever, and they're piranhas in most of polite society, but still...can you IMAGINE? I think at some point you have to find some belief in Universal Karma and realize that such actions will be accounted for in some way/some day.
    That is a really helpful way to look at it. Still hard to wait though.

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    And...for those who are upset at the intrusion/digging into the private lives of NC's friends, remember if you will, in 2002 when 7 yr old Danielle Van Dam was taken from her home (by a neighbor) and found dead 3 weeks later, the parents 'lifestyle' was put on trial as much as the defendant's. The parents were part of a semi-occasional swinging lifestyle and they enjoyed smoking pot, drinking and a little spouse swapping at times. They were castigated by the San Diego community as well as the entire country for their behaviors. Of course those behaviors didn't have anything to do with the actual crime itself, but the inference was made many times that their behaviors somehow enticed their pedophile neighbor Westerfield into sneaking into their home in the middle of the night, abducting their daughter, driving her in his motorhome for 3 days, and eventually killing her and leaving her body about 10 mi. away for predators to feast on.

    But in the end, none of the salaciousness mattered to the jury. David Allen Westerfield was connected to the victim and the crime through his timeline, DNA, fibers, kiddie porn, failed polygraph test and other things. It wasn't a 'slam-dunk' case by any means, but he was found guilty AND is now sitting on death row in San Quentin.

    People CAN (and will) see through smoke screens and pay attention to the actual evidence. The key of course is that there must be evidence linking the killer to his/her victim in some way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anderson View Post
    That is a really helpful way to look at it. Still hard to wait though.
    Of course it is. But SG is right. Better to have hope that one day the right person will be found guilty than knowing they got off with a not guilty. Better for the DA to be ready. Which I agree that in these parts of N.C., it seems to take an extra long time. Most likely because of the type of case it is and the fact that there is no witness, no smoking gun.

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    Husband just got back from THE Harris Teeter. I'm gonna hafta wash those BC cooties off him.

    You know, BC's lawyer probably told him he should wear the wedding band. It "makes a good appearance" after all. Hmpfh. Bet he didn't wear it when he had his affairs.

    I'd be shopping somewhere else if I were BC. Bet his lawyers told him to shop there, you know, like nothing ever happened.

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