Hi, I used to be a poster here quite some time ago and now I am back after seeing the Grand Jury Indictment of both parents, which I found extremely interesting more for what it doesn't say than what it does say. The prevailing theories around here from the vast majority of posters has been that one or both of the parents directly murdered their daughter and then blamed it on an intruder to escape being held responsible. I never really accepted that theory and my own theory was then and is now that someone outside of the family murdered JBR but it was not a stranger. My theory was that the parents were allowing their daughter to be used by someone else in satanic sexual rituals within their own house. This had happened on multiple occasions before but this time something went wrong and JBR died during it. Then the parents did everything they could to hide not only the involvement of the real murderer (which they both know) but also their own involvement in allowing it to happen. But, back to the Grand Jury Indictment. If the GJ indicted the parents, the assumption here and elsewhere has always been that one or both of the parents was guilty of the direct murder of their daughter. Now what a surprise to read the actual indictments, which are: 1. The parents unlawfully, knowingly, recklessly permitted their daughter to be placed in a situation that resulted in the death of their daughter. 2. The parents obstructed justice by covering up the crime and helping the person who murdered their daughter escape justice. I want to point out that both of these indictments support my previous theory. What evidence the GJ saw to come to the conclusions remains unknown but I found it very interesting. I am open to comments on this.