I was thinking the same thing. IF and I mean IF .. (doubtful) I was one of the jurors that just couldn't do "it" I would be furious with myself and the whole darn fact that she fooled me.
Now, with the next phase would the can they use all those interviews in the trial?
Thank you, for your well thought out post.
Sadly, I think you're right. I think that the argument will include the girls got in the car willingly. H will probably say that there were times they could have run away when he left them.
I normally would say there is NO CHANCE he will be able...
Ya, I just watched it and thought the same thing.
At this point these people are in shock, still. It's all they can think about because they are probably being hounded and threatened for some time, or since then.
Not condoning or forgiving for a selfish statement, just saying.
When you see those heartbreaking news conferences where the parents give a message to their child: "hang on, I love you I won't stop looking" , I can honestly say I never imagined the missing person would be watching or listening. That @zz would actually allow them to watch their own vigils.
I know it makes me so sad. It's crazy how major things like that can slip between the cracks. That girls is terribly strong to have endured all those years, knowing more than likely her mother was not looking as hard as most would.
Lord Almighty-- The more I think about this the more my emotions go crazy.
I can't shake the thought, every time-- every time! A victim is found we have to hear about how many close calls they were almost discovered or found! There has got to be a better way to keeping this from happening over...