In his objection (https://www.websleuths.com/forums/attachments/harper-objections-copy-pdf.310926/
) KH asserts that Dia did not
know about the illegal pot farm at her Sky High Ranch property, and that he was not
managing that property/those renters for her (with or without her permission) when she disappeared.
If those are true statements, it exposes another constellation of potential dangers in Dia's life: the renters/growers/investors/owners and hangers-on of that potentially very lucrative marijuana crop. I didn't calculate the street value for the plants that were confiscated from the property, but I know there must have been money invested in it. More money would be required to run it: expensive water bills, astronomical electric bills, security guards/weapons, employee salaries/shares, and more. That harvest represented a lot of somebody's
money and time. Who is/are/were the pot people? To what lengths might they go to protect the pot? And having failed to protect it, thereby forfeiting both investment and potential profit, did they just walk away?
Oh, well. Rotten luck, boys. You get less than nothing for all that. Have a nice day!
I don't think that's how it works.
Think I'll check out stuff related to pot farms elsewhere, to see what I can learn about how the whole pot farm biz works. I just don't believe that whole thing is coincidental to Dia's disappearance. Its too big an issue, for me. It bugs me. A lot.
Following the other money, me.
I'll report back what I find.