Deceased/Not Found CO - Kelsey Berreth, 29, Woodland Park, Teller County, 22 Nov 2018 - #36 *ARREST*

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  1. lindaromas

    lindaromas Well-Known Member

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    Some attorney's work pro bono, an attorney may chose to do this in a high profile case. It helps get their name out there.
     
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    I also wonder if cadaver dogs sniffed out her car.
     
  3. lindaromas

    lindaromas Well-Known Member

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    It's a job, morals, human nature don't count. Even if the attorney is working pro bono the advertisement of them handling the case is out there for future prospects, sad but true.
     
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    My sense is that they were most worried about getting Frazee and may have given away the store (on her) to secure her testimony and get whatever info out of her that they could.

    Since we don't don't know anything about the particulars of the deal she was cut, there's no way of knowing what they threatened her with with, in terms of potential charges. That we ended up with "tampering" and something from probation to minimal prison time, it doesn't seem like many others charges were ever on the table.
     
  5. katydid23

    katydid23 Verified Juanette

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    I agree with most of the above. But IIRC, KK and PF have a child together. Am I remembering correctly?

    OOPS---I thought it was a factual report. I must be out of the loop.
     
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  6. lindaromas

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    I think that's a rumor, no one knows for sure.
     
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    So weird that that there's not one comment on that article. I haven't seen any local news outlet articles with comments from locals.
     
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    I want to accentuate this one ..... ;)
     
  9. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Ain't The Ones Beneath The Bed

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    Their Facebook page has comments.

    That’s where the majority of the commentary is posted these days.
     
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    Woman Admits to Evidence Tampering in Missing Colorado Mom Case

    Kenney is not in custody, but is required to check in regularly with authorities, May said.
    -.-

    (This story corrects to delete that Frazee entered a plea in the case in paragraph 4 and shows that he has not entered a plea in paragraph 9) - whatever that means.
     
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    Flying monkeys come to mind.
     
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    Artis Well-Known Member

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    About 30 years ago, I read a book titled "Serial Killers", by some shrink or crime expert who had worked with several. IIRC, he said something like 90%+ of serial killers had had head injuries.
     
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    Friends with benefits I bet
    MOO
     
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    riolove77 Verified Attorney

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    This remains to be seen. Each of the crimes you mention has multiple elements to be met before a conviction can be secured by the DA. This is why I say we have to wait and see what exactly he had to work with in terms of her involvement and the evidence before we ask why he gave her the deal he did. And he hinted we’d know more by 2/19.
     
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    It’s natural in these types of cases for opinion about involvement to shift and sway as evidence comes to light. Right now we know about what she did. But he’s been dead silent. So people start to wonder if there are alternate explanations. In this case, I’d be willing to bet my dog that he’s the mastermind, not her.
     
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    And they certainly wouldn’t have charged them on her word alone. 100% there’s incontrovertible evidence of it.
     
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    I’d have to see what others were even considered before I could answer that. I think she’s just been cooperating from day one and so they didn’t arrest her. Then she was summoned to appear for a class six felony, which doesn’t require an arrest.

    Sure, he could’ve had her shackled and carried into court. But the perception of her appearing on her own is also far more unnerving to PF and the defense, as it shows unity and cooperation.
     
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    It would still be Colorado’s jurisdiction because it was in furtherance of the original crime.

    Having said that, I believe that statement was carefully crafted vaguely for a reason. We’ll see.
     
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