What's say we all take a step back and remind ourselves WHY this case means so much to us and what we want to happen? I'll go first: My intention is two-fold. Getting justice for one little girl is only the first part. The second, and greater issue for me is how to prevent the NEXT one. When I talk about the need to dispense with the usual prejudices about what "kind" of person harms a child, about the need for better understanding of and vigilance for possible mental illness, the need for more research on what kind of damage certain experimental medicines can do, the need for greater vigilance about child abuse, etc., I'm not being malicious or trying to condemn anyone. I'm thinking about the next potential victim. Child murder is a disease. In most cases, it's a preventable one, and an ounce of prevention is worth a ton of cure. THAT's what I'm all about.