ARACHNE1, Uhm, you said it! I was too big a chicken to write it myself, "....who may have been unwittingly with him at the time of the purchase, totally innocent of what was happening? Clerks wouldn't count, as they know they're always in the show. But what about the girls?? What if Mark had the girls with him at point of purchase?" I wonder if MS was at the Naples Walmart because he was visiting someone in the area. (But of course I wonder about a lot of things.) I couldn't help notice how JW told the courts she visited MS "every single week" during his incarceration. Wow, every single week for over 3 years, now that's devotion. And of course, she was obviously present in the court room day-after-day, day-after-day, day-after-day. (I never saw a video in the court room where she wasn't patently visible.) Making a police report and providing a complete inventory, including an estimated value, of the items stolen from the Jarvis house while MS was incarcerated. My point? Does it seem odd to anyone else after so much access to MS, his house and his paperwork for over 3 years.... suddenly "the letter" is found AFTER the outcome of the trial? It just seems quirky.