Dear Websleuths Members, First, let me tell you how impressed the management and I are at how hard you all work on the Forensic Astrology forum. Thank you so much. Because of your abilities you are making Websleuths a more interesting true crime discussion forum than all the others on the Internet. There have been some issues concerning how cases are chosen by those who do the astrology work. After looking into things here is what I would like to say: It is totally up to the people on this forum, the ones with the knowledge of Forensic Astrology, as to what cases they chose to work on. Anyone is welcome and encouraged to make suggestions about cases. When someone makes a suggestion I am assuming those who do the work will respond in a polite and professional manner. No one should be ignored nor made to feel uncomfortable if they make a suggestion. If you are the one making a suggestion and it is decided your case will not be worked on then that is how it will be. It would be arrogant of me to insist the people who work on this forum to work on certain cases. They are the ones with the ability to do the work they should decide what they want to do. Now, if you also have the ability to be a forensic astrology and you want to work on a case yourself on Websleuths then you have every right to do so. However, it is up to everyone else if they want to help you. In other words, no one will be required to do astrology work that they don't feel like they want to do. As I do on all the other forums on Websleuths, everyone is to be treated with respect no matter how much you disagree with a person. If you feel you are not being treated with respect you must hit the alert button first and foremost. If you don't hit the alert then there is not a problem. You can hit the alert button and PM or email me but you have to hit the alert button if you want us to look into the situation. If you disagree with the way someone is working on a case then you must be respectful. No matter how "wrong" you think someone is. Thank you for your dedication and hard work. Sincerely, Tricia Griffith Owner/Websleuths.com I'll leave this thread open for questions.