Motive

Discussion in 'The Springfield Three' started by CaliMama, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. HmmWhoKnows

    HmmWhoKnows Well-Known Member

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    Neither Dusty nor Mike failed a poly. It's printed in the Newsleader.

    I do not know them. Only have talked to them via email.
     
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  2. HmmWhoKnows

    HmmWhoKnows Well-Known Member

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    Silencing sounds right. Drugs gets too into "conspiracy zone" for me. I don't see any drug usage nor selling in their backgrounds. I could be wrong though.
     
  3. k-mac

    k-mac Well-Known Member

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    thankyou for the disclosure.

    that wasn't worded clearly.

    someone failed the poly.
    I would like to know who
     
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  4. HmmWhoKnows

    HmmWhoKnows Well-Known Member

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    Can you give me a link on the mention of a failed poly?

    TIA
     
  5. k-mac

    k-mac Well-Known Member

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    I can source it.
    just busy today
    leave it with me
     
  6. Tuffgong

    Tuffgong Well-Known Member

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    I have always believed motive is the first and most important thing when determining who did what. Motive is the reason why I dismiss so many of the creative theories in here. The focus should always be motive first. Yes, people saw the girls that night, people interacted with them shortly before their deaths, but where are the motives? I dismiss random serial killers as well, because that is too far out. It was somebody that knew Suzie or Sherrill and had a motive to want them dead. Stacy was sadly, collateral damage. Who had motive?
     
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  7. Austerlitz

    Austerlitz Former Member

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    I always thought the motive was to guarantee silence as dead bodies cannot speak.
     
  8. Tuffgong

    Tuffgong Well-Known Member

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    But why remove three people from the house. Why not kill them there? Why not send a message?
     
  9. pittsburghgirl

    pittsburghgirl Well-Known Member

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    This makes sense to me. I don't think it's all that complicated. I've also thought that Stacy might have been the target and the predator took an opportunity when he saw two girls out late at night and followed them.
     
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  10. nedflanders1980

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    Its hard to come up for a motive when two high school girls are victims. My guess is they were at the wrong place at the wrong time. It if was drug related, I would think some hard evidence would have come out or be out there, not that drugs couldn't have had something to do with it.
     
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  11. Kurtotall

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    I believe this to be the case. I think the perpetrator was in the middle of abducting Sherrill when the girls unexpectedly came home. He then shoves Sherrill and himself in Sherrill’s closet to hide while the girls prepped for bed.
     
  12. Kurtotall

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    I think it was sex. Someone, wanted Sherrill.
     
  13. cherrymeg

    cherrymeg Well-Known Member

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    I always thought Sherrill was the one that stood out. As in she didn't fit and she was collateral damage. If someone wanted to assault her there were times she was alone. If someone wanted her to disappear not taking her daughter and a friend would make things less suspicious. An adult can leave and vanish without the permission of their family. I don't think Sherrill was the target. I believe Stacy and Suzie were followed by the wrong guys or maybe went someone else with them and something happened. I don't think people meant to kill anyone that night.
     
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  14. TexasT

    TexasT Well-Known Member

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    First thing the girls would do is head straight for Sherrill to talk about the day / night . Remember they were CLOSE , prob stay up for hours . Graduation huge milestone .
    The pop out of closet stuff just doesn’t fit . Esp if you have been in the house / crime scene photos ect .
     
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  15. cherrymeg

    cherrymeg Well-Known Member

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    Someone said those photos were taken or staged after the crime. I don’t know if that is true or not. I think Sherrill would have taken a bullet for her daughter. She would be much easier to lure out of a house if her daughter was in trouble.
     
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  16. Talullah

    Talullah Well-Known Member

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    Unless detectives didn’t take their sheets as evidence I think the photos were taken before the scene was processed. Would a crime scene tech or detective go to the trouble of making their beds?
     
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    cherrymeg Well-Known Member

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    I would think not.
     
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  18. TexasT

    TexasT Well-Known Member

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    They would photograph / video first . Then process , then collect .
     

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  19. ArkansasTimeTraveler

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    The public photos of the house were post-processing. All of them.
     
  20. cherrymeg

    cherrymeg Well-Known Member

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    Can you corroborate this?
     
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