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Discussion in 'Janet Christiansen Abaroa' started by Timex, Jun 19, 2005.

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  1. Timex

    Timex Retired WS Staff

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    continue here
     
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  3. Moxie

    Moxie She Was...An American Girl...

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    Hmmm.. well, it seems that maybe we need to "follow the money".

    If someone is unemployed, has unpaid tax bills, is facing felony embezzlement charges and attorney fees, and is paying a different attorney to represent him for the murder of his wife - for which he has not been charged - all this costs money..

    where is he getting his money?
     
  4. golfmom

    golfmom Former Member

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    So, instead of "Show me the Money!" the title of that page should have been "Show me the Lines of Credit!"
     
  5. Nemmer

    Nemmer Inactive

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    What about life insurance?
     
  6. Moxie

    Moxie She Was...An American Girl...

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    Maybe, but most creditors would be VERY reluctant to continue to provide credit to someone with less than perfect credit.

    So, it goes back to, how is he paying for all this?

    I am thinking trust fund.

    We need to make sure people (media) know to look into that when they are pursuing this story.
     
  7. golfmom

    golfmom Former Member

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    I vote we start a thread on this topic rather than continuing it in our General Discussion thread.
     
  8. Moxie

    Moxie She Was...An American Girl...

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    Hi Nemmer,

    That is a very good question. Is there any way we can find out if life insurance is playing in to this?
     
  9. Moxie

    Moxie She Was...An American Girl...

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    I agree
     
  10. newkid

    newkid New Member

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    They may not pick up the story right away. There is currently an 11 year old missing from scout camp that is the lead story on every station.
     
  11. golfmom

    golfmom Former Member

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    Let's move the financial discussions / motivations to the insanity thread. That way PFM won't yell at us and we can keep the forum tidy!
     
  12. Moxie

    Moxie She Was...An American Girl...

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    Okay - we need to make sure that little boy is found safely and then we will drum up the media in UT.
     
  13. lauriej

    lauriej 'wild rose country...'

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    ..interesting article march 1996...
    http://www.sltrib.com/search


    School Notes
    [font=Arial,Helvetica][size=-1]Date: March 25, 1996 [/size][/font]
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    -- Four Alta High students have been chosen to attend ``Operation Enterprise,'' a national 10-day program offering high school and college students business-world experience with top executives. They are: Raven Abaroa, Enrique Ferrini, Chris Stowell and Treg Wilder, who will attend the program sponsored by Junior Achievement and the American Management Association.






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    [size=-1]Author: The Salt Lake Tribune [/size]
     
  14. PrayersForMaura

    PrayersForMaura Help Find Maura Murray

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    there's a new poster named Jack ... if you're reading this thread Jack, any information you have about Janet would be greatly appreciated.


    Thanks for joining in on the conversation. We're seeking justice for Janet.
     
  15. lauriej

    lauriej 'wild rose country...'

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    ...maybe a little O/T but..........this guy went on trial yesterday in NC...

    http://www.wral.com/news/4627427/detail.html

    WAYNE COUNTY, N.C. -- The second murder trial of a Wayne County man accused of raping and killing a 5-year-old girl began Monday.


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    Eric Lane



    Opening statements began in the case of Eric Lane, who is charged with first-degree murder, first-degree kidnapping and a first-degree sex offense in the death of Precious Whitfield, whose body was found in a creek in 2002.




    ............that trial, (along with the post today by ewws....) , that there were 3 murders in the last week alone ! in durham ..........

    http://www.wral.com/news/4625484/detail.html
    UPDATED: 12:48 pm EDT June 19, 2005


    DURHAM, N.C. -- On Friday, the Durham Police Department reported that the number of crimes in the city was at a four-year low.
    But on Saturday, the department was investigating its third murder this week.

    .......i realize that those cases deserve attention....and that durham has a limited number of LE as well as media coverage ..but at the same time...

    ......it's now been 8 weeks ! since janet was found dead.............
    http://web.archive.org/web/20010828024037/ravenstree.com/images/Wedding/004.jpg

    ...how can LE say it was a "not random" murder.....leave it at that ...........never step back up to the mike with an update............. and expect we'll forget ?

    ...it's not fair, especially to jant.........and i'n back to the "media blitz" asking why ?
     
  16. curious1

    curious1 So broccoli, mother says your good for me,well I'm

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    Unfortunately that is not so shocking for Durham.:(
     
  17. ewwwinteresting

    ewwwinteresting New Member

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    Does anybody feel it would help to write/email the DA's office on this? How close do the DA's office work with LE on an ongoing investigation? Could LE just put something like this on the back burner and the DA wouldn't get involved until LE decided they had a suspect?
     
  18. Timex

    Timex Retired WS Staff

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    Or LE could have taken it to the DA, and the DA said..."thats not enough, we need more". DA isnt gonna charge anyone until they feel they have a solid case.
     
  19. SouthEastSleuth

    SouthEastSleuth New Member

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    Maybe I'm in the minority, but, I'm of the opinion that it never hurts to write, call, contact, ANYONE...that could potentially impact any aspect of this case.


    Mike Nifong
    Durham County District Attorney
    Durham County Courthouse
    201 E. Main Street
    Durham, NC 27701

    Office Phone: 919-564-7100
    Office Fax: 919-560-3220
     
  20. OriginalJerseyGirl

    OriginalJerseyGirl CERTIFIED FLYERS FANATIC!

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    Timex, it's O/T, but your signature line is beautiful.
     
  21. NCBanker

    NCBanker New Member

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    I posted this in another thread, but I'll include it here as well. Raven's blog is still up. It's the one thing he didn't delete... http://ravenstree.blogspot.com/

    Thinking that he may possibly be paying attention to his online ramblings and the comments posted by others, I took the liberty of sending him a message. Perhaps others from this forum could go there as well and drop him a line?
     
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