One point I'd like to make: The quotes you mention were not exact.
I apologize for seeming brusque, grapedrink, but we're long past the point of asking that. She DID write it, so let's focus on that.
Yes, it has been subsequently established that she was ambidextrous.
I think that would be a deal-breaker.
Lou Smit and Michael Tracey already tried something like that, BoldBear.
I have to ask, spooky24: how do you know all this? Because if any of it is true, it's some devastating stuff.
Strong language. But maybe justified.
Yeah, they just didn't know anything about anything.
I think your friend is misinformed, ItzShea. Also, I'm not aware that JonBenet's family had any Latino employees.
Whatever your idea of the world's ending is, that's it.
I look at it this way: there is good and there is evil, and evil must be punished. Even in the face of armageddon, I must not compromise in this.
Too big a fish, if you take my meaning.
I think that's just bleeding ink.
No way would she have held back.
I hold him personally responsible for this case being in the lousy shape it's in. He's not alone in that regard, not by a damn sight.
God forgive me, but I'm not shedding any tears for him, for all the reasons you described and a few you didn't. For what he did in this case, I...
Which is what I would expect from people like this.
Just for perspective: she didn't have to fool the police. She had to fool one juror out of...
I still want to do it, and I hope Tricia still wants to do it, too. I hate to be a pain, but there are only certain times I can do so, and they...
No, I haven't done it yet. I can't find time.
I give up. I can't make sense of what you're saying.