Nancy Cooper, 34, of Cary, N.C. #7

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  1. curiositycat

    curiositycat The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule

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    I have a lot of experience with IT guys. LOL. Usually the laundry is the last thing they want to do.
     


  2. Magister

    Magister New Member

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    I don't know if the originator of the "bleach" story wants to be identified, but you know as well as I do, who posted the info. The original post has been edited by a SuperMod, so it's not fully intact, but she never said that they ran the tape back over two hours, just that they asked for video of a specific purchase.

    Nonetheless, the store local to me, where the cops often review the tapes, they do it in the security office upstairs. If memory serves, the store in question also has their offices upstairs and while rumors may have circulated amongst the staff, I really don't think they'd have a big audience for what should've been routine.
     
  3. Pepper

    Pepper Former Member

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    What would be your conclusion if forensics proves Nancy did not go jogging that fateful morning?

    If not Brad, than what other reasonable senerio would place her body where it was found?

    Wudge, you need to remember that we are not the jury. What we do here is discuss possibilities and probabilities. And yes, we even make conclusions! We are quite aware that the burden of proof is much more exacting in a trial. Right now we don't even know half of what the investigators know. However, I will go out on a limb and speculate that Brad will be arrested as soon as all the forensic tests are completed.
     
  4. Magister

    Magister New Member

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    But, an "ironman" would have a lot of sweaty tees...
     
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    Aimee729 New Member

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    CARY, N.C. -
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    A Private memorial service was held Friday night for Nancy Cooper at the preschool her daughter Bella attended.

    Candles were lit, memories were recalled and songs were sung for Nancy. Among the songs shared, the hymn, "Let It Shine."

    As those attending the service sang, the sun broke out from behind a bank of storm clouds which had drenched the area minutes before.

    It was as if the heavens themselves were crying over the Lochmere neighborhood where Nancy lived.

    Then, moments before the service began, a rainbow spread across the sky. For some attending, it was an touching moment.

    "The family had asked for me to sing 'Somewhere over the Rainbow' tomorrow," said Julia Cobley, who was Nancy's music teacher. "I find it very fitting that here we have this beautiful rainbow here in the sky and when I'm singing tomorrow, I'll be thinking of Nancy."

    Because Nancy's daughter Bella attended the preschool where the service was held, parents and teachers held Bella and her sister in their protective emotional embrace.

    "They are utmost priority right now," said Bella's teacher Tracey Vancott.

    Some of those who came recalled Nancy's strength and her positive attitude.

    "Nancy did not allow her circumstances to bring her down," said close friend Marion McHugh. "She was always positive, always up, always cheerful. She was also very honest about what was going on in her house with all of us. We all knew what was going on."

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    http://durhamcounty.mync.com/site/durhamcounty/news/story/5580/
     
  6. Wudge

    Wudge New Member

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    He might have killed Nancy. He might not have killed Nancy.
     
  7. Magister

    Magister New Member

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    I joked about murderous gypsies camping on the cul-de-sac last night to play with some folks theorizing about a defense plant. But, the reality is that when I was in my 20s, we'd often cruise the roads in that immediate area to smoke dope and we'd have unprotected sex in the neighborhoods under construction. And, we'd do it in that particular area because it was convenient to Cary, but not in the town limits, so the likelihood of encountering a county cop was slim to nil.

    After all, we can assume that the victim's body was dumped early on Saturday morning, but it wasn't found until late Monday.
     
  8. curiositycat

    curiositycat The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule

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    :waitasec: OK I'll give you that one. LOL
     
  9. Pepper

    Pepper Former Member

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    I know you know how exasperating your circular logic is, but give me a plausible scenerio of who else may have killed her and why?

    According to LE there is no serial killer snatching joggers off the street in that part of North Carolina. Can we rule out space aliens?

    Knowing what we know right now Brad had motive, means and opportunity. No other known person has MMO. It is a safe speculation that BC will be arrested, tried and convicted.
     
  10. curiositycat

    curiositycat The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule

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    one other person could have been the woman he was having an affair with. I am sure the police have already checked her whereabouts. I remember that one of the first reasons Amber cooperated with the police in the SP case was that she was also suspect(for a nano second)
     
  11. Blink34

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    yes, there is, is called common sense and reasonable intelligence.
     
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    Blink34 Former Member

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    Yes, your right, it is my opinon that LE checked what I referenced above, not that of the poster.
     
  13. IdahoMom

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    I agree wholeheartedly with this post. The qualities you outlined have been a common denominator in many of these cases. It seems like many of these men get resentful that the money they make is being spent on a wife and children, too.
     
  14. Pepper

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    Yes, she could have motive. Not so sure about means and opportunity, especially since Brad said he was the last person to see her alive.
     
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    I doubt that Brad has said that he was "the last person to see her alive" because that would be admitting guilt.
     
  16. Pepper

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    Not in those words, I agree. But he did say he was at home when she left to go jogging and didn't return. By default he is saying he was the last person to see her alive. Now if she didn't come home from the dinner party the night before, there would be a greater chance that people other than Brad were the last ones to see her, and that would open up a wealth of other possibilities.
     
  17. Wudge

    Wudge New Member

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    Another person?

    You might be right on Brad eventually being arrested, tried and convicted. You might not be right.

    Reasoning to a conclusion ahead of the facts required to support that conclusion is hurtful, not helpful. Nothing good can result.

    A sign on a bridge at Gerry Spence's Hidden Valley ranch reads: "Don't cross this bridge until you get here."

    HTH
     
  18. Magister

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    The killer was the last person to see her alive. Brad is the last person to admit seeing her, but if he didn't do it, then that'd leave the killer and if she did actually go jogging, then I'm sure somebody probably passed her in a car. Right now, Brad is simply the last person that we know of, but in reality, the killer would've been the actual "last person".
     
  19. Pepper

    Pepper Former Member

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    Hurtful to whom? I am reasoning to a conclusion BASED on the FACTS as we know them to be at this point in time. I am not and will not be a juror in this case. Again, this is what we do here. Surely you know that by now!
     
  20. panthera

    panthera Retired WS Staff

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    Good point! If he did kill her, maybe the children saw her when she got home so that eliminated that scenario, and he had to say she went out jogging for something to have happened to her then. She wasn't that far away from home the night before anyway so it probably would've been harder to believe something had happened to her on the way home as opposed to while she was out running Sat. morning. :)
     
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