- Dec 21, 2018
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___________________________________Jmo I believe the killers locked the doors to take longer to find the victims. The killers were not concerned with the babies just that they couldn’t bring themselves to kill them. But to the killers the longer the victims went unnoticed the better for them. The killers had no guarantee bm would get the key and start the process of finding the bodies and the babies. Bm stated the doors were normally left unlocked and it surprised her they were locked. So even it the killers were watching the houses they probably never seen bm unlock the doors before. They also didn’t know she would go in. The dogs were outside she didn’t need to go in and feed dogs. The doors were locked to keep people out. If bm hadn’t unlocked that door that morning the baby may not have been found for many many hours and may have died. I don’t believe the killers plan was for bm to unlock the door that morning and start the process that soon. So was Jake lying about thinking the baby was his? Maybe, but if not
there was no guarantee that day she would be alive by the time she was found. Anything could have happened to all the kids. Jmo Jmo
".....there was no guarantee that day she (Kylie) would be alive by the time she was found. Anything could have happened to all the kids." Jmo
Sheriff Reader would agree with you because this is Reader's opinion too:
"The judge acknowledged the unusual circumstances of the matter, and said everyone must proceed with care....."
"He pointed out more than once, however, that the killers did seem to purposely spare the children."
"Reader disagreed, saying that even though the children weren't shot, and given the age of especially the newborn, they very well could have died, too, if the scenes had not been quickly discovered."
And I have to agree with the discussion on here that there was no guarantee that BJM would discover the crime scenes as early as she did. Even then, the babies and toddler had been left alone for at least 4 hours.
Pike County sheriff: Rhoden children still in danger