- Mar 17, 2013
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Yes, forgive me. I should have said I was using your post as a jumping off point. I wanted to express a possibility as to why this issue was not raised in the affidavits, or thought of within the context of probable cause.
In response to the fact you think it is odd that Hailey would only confide in Connie J. Respectfully, I think you are assuming quite a bit about Hailey yourself. If you find it unbelievable that Hailey wouldn't have shared her feelings and concerns about Shawn Adkins with her Mother, Father or friends, I don't know how to respond to that. After three years of watching the conduct of the adults in her life, I can clearly see how/why Connie Jones would be Hailey's safe person. MOO
Knox I appreciate your thoughts on this, and I actually do understand why people feel this way.
For the most part, I feel this way about a lot of the adults in Hailey's life, too, yet even with those adults, look at what Hailey was becoming. She did not seen to going in a downward direction, but the opposite.
Also, as closely as I have followed this case, I still have many, many questions about basic facts, which were either screwed up by LE, changed by many family members, misreported over and over by local media and even national media, and, at times made up by a blogger, who became popular with this case, and whose misrepresentations and vulgarity have absolutely and alarmingly become fact today.
I am not able, with the unprofessional "job" LE did in the beginning, the most important time of an investigation, when later, even the Texas Rangers were calling Hailey a runaway (against the objections of BJD), to decide that one or two people are guilty of a heinous crime without seeing what the evidence is, besides a lifestyle that many don't like or approve of.
There has to be more than that for me to feel I can condemn a person for murdering another, either in my mind or writing on a public page.
I want to see some evidence, any evidence, over not liking a person's looks, demeanor, sex life, dressing style, speaking style, and, etc.
How many times have we seen, in recent years, people we know are murderers walk free, even with mountains of evidence against them, because of looks, connections, money, weird charisma, something inexpressible, but powerful?
Sometimes, I think what happened in this case, besides a [email protected]* poor investigation, was that some of the main players were not particularly likable and others were more likable, and the ones who were, were trusted, the others were not.
These are my opinions only, and my postings are only to be quoted on Websleuths.