Hello, All! I'm a newbie to posting on this case, although I've been lurking here a while. You all have said repeatedly to "Read the Transcripts", so that's what I've been doing. I have no idea if this has been mentioned or not. I did a search, but couldn't come up with anything... Does it seem strange that the Routiers were turned down for a $5000.00 loan just days before "an intruder" came in their house and killed not one but 2 little boys who were insured for $5000.00 each? I would think that since the boys were buried in the same coffin, placed in the same plot, and had a double funeral, the cost of burying both would be the same as one - around $5000.00 (if a mortician in my area is correct). That would leave them with $5000.00 left over from the insurance money - coincidentally, the amount they wanted, but couldn't get. And that doesn't count any funds given to them to help with funeral expenses and the like because of the heinous nature of the crime. Just wanted to check with you all and see if I'm barking up the wrong tree or if I could be on to something here. Thanks!