Discussion in 'Cooper Harris' started by fran, Jul 29, 2014.
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Thank's fran :blowkiss:
:ditto:Yah, a nice clean thread to mark up! And practice some of the new smilies....wonder what the limit is :thinking::loveyou::cheers::great::rollercoaster::angel::dance::blowkiss::tyou::yourock::cupcake::giggle:eace::skip::cheer::woot::thewave: :happydance:
lol, the answer is 20! :seeya:
I like the smileys - but am finding out I could not add on another smiley in my reply post. (reply w/quote)
Kept getting error - over 20 images not accepted.
Hahahahahaha - I'll have to do a whole new post.
Here's what I was going to reply - but kept getting error.
I like the smileys :loveyou:
I have to be honest, this is whats bugging me , I cant get past the fact that I think they look just alike!
Even Susan Smith managed to squeeze out a few tears :facepalm:
This has bugged my from the first time I saw a pic of LH! Thank you SOOOO much!
Brought over from the last thread, posted by TaterTot:
A new idea about LH's question to RH, "did you say too much?" (and FYI, I believe she is innocent)
Unless I'm wrong about the facts, LH asked to be taken to RH so she already knew he was at the police station being interviewed, but is it possible she only learned he had been arrested and put in the police car once she talked to him? At the time she was still processing the awful news that CH had died, and it might have been a complete shock that RH had been arrested and not merely escorted to the station. "Did you say too much?" might have been her asking him whether he had interfered with LE as they worked at the scene. This much is speculation but if he had panicked during emergencies (and some people do, they crowd out the paramedics trying to do their job) in the past, she may have thought he did the same this time, and was arrested as a result.
He: I've been arrested.
She: (Thinking he was interfering with LE at the scene): Did you say too much? I mean, you know how you're always talking, and you won't be quiet...did you pepper them with questions while they were trying to take pictures or something? Or were you screaming and carrying on, you know, the way you always do, when bad things happen? Did you say too much?
Is that what you meant?
It just doesn't seem like a natural thing to say to me.
"Did you say too much" implies to me that there was something to say too much of.
I wonder how he told LH about the passing over of the job promotion?Did he play the victim imply someone who didn't deserve it got it for work he didn't think they did or someone the bosses like better?Was e the sort of person to play the" woe is me " card to his wife rather than tell the truth of what he did at work all day?If they where going to buy a house how did he explain the 4,000.00 purchase of a guitar,it wasn't a need.Why buy one car seat knowing they had two cars and worked different schedule's and would most likely be needing a second car seat?How could any wife deal with that daily (irresponsible, lazy, unmotivated,cheating,overspending, if it was one area it was more than likely like that in their whole relationship it seems move take and less give.It makes me question if LH thought RH was all she could get ,hence the reference to middle and high school that CH wouldn't know heartbreak or having to sit alone.RH claimed in one of his Reddit post his girlfriend of 3 years broke up because they thought he wasn't going anywhere in life,why would a girl with a college degree marry a man that is a job hopper?IMO,he ether swept her off her feet or she thought she couldn't do better.
I have always wondered if that statement"Did you say to much"may have been if he had told LE he left CH in the car before and that was why he was being detained.That statement makes my stomach twist at the possibility of what may be was implied.
o m gaw I kept thinking she reminded me of someone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
:gaah: :sick: :notgood:
Yes, that's pretty much what I meant. I agree the question could be seen as suspicious (and LE is no doubt trying to determine whether it was) but I can also still see it as an awkwardly-worded "Did you interfere?" or, as SOUTHERNMOM12 suggested, another way of asking, "Did you tell them you'd left him in the car before?"
I just want to say I completely respect what you're saying. It doesn't sound like a "natural" thing to say, but the person who said it was under extreme stress and grief.
That, right there...I never considered that that could be what she was referring to...thanks for helping me see things from a different view!
Your analysis makes sense to me.
I haven't seen or heard her grieve and her actions to flee really are all that I've seen. and the fiasco that she made happen at her own son's funeral. Fiasco. It was horrific, uncouth and full of "lets cover his ass" imo. It was very intentional to make it about him not her son. Incentive. Hurtful. Her words, were the same. Incentive and Hurtful.
I always thought the comment "Did you say too much?" Had something to do with this comment:
"RoscoeUA 7 points 4 months ago
Never take a field sobriety test. They are unreliable scientifically but hold up in court. Refuse to answer any questions. And ask if you are being detained. If not, leave. Some states require you to blow into a breathalyzer or a blood test. I will never take a FST. Everything a police officer does during a possible dui traffic stop means he is trying to build evidence against you. You should everything in your power to prevent this."
I imagine RH sees himself as an expert on LE, and probably pontificated on the subject many times to LH. She might have believed him that LE is out to get you, and you should always say nothing if you are being questioned by police. If that were the case, "Did you say too much?" could be interpreted as "Did you take your own advice?"