Damn right, questfortrue. Just to get off-topic for a minute, I happen to subscribe to the idea that AH did bury it and mislead the public because he was, to use Don Davis's words, scared of losing the biggest case of his career. He knew his own pathetic talents weren't up to the job. BUT, what if it was something worse than that? I'm giving the nod to my younger brother on this one. You yourself mentioned Watergate. Well, my bro occupies some of his time with conspiracy theories and such like. And he's of the mind that Nixon resigned rather than face the impeachment process because he was afraid that the investigation would uncover something even WORSE than Watergate. One night, not too long ago, he encouraged me to see this case the same way. SD's Brother: (Shakes his head) SD: What?" SDB: Guv'nor, if you were half the detective you claim to be, you'd have figured it out by now. It's all there, right in front of you. SD: What are you talkin' about? SDB: Isn't it obvious? You know how you're always telling me how the DA only called that f***in' Grand Jury because of pressure from the governor's office? SD: Sure, I do. SDB: And how the lady DA was dead-set against letting FOX NEWS's legal team have access to the case files? SD: Yeah. SDB: Well, I've been looking at this list of cases you found on the Internet, and it's right there: the reason he didn't want this case to go to trial is the same reason why he didn't want the governor's office poking around his business. He had something that he was afraid would ruin not only him, but the entire power structure of Boulder and maybe beyond. I have to admit, it made me stop and think for a minute. His theories often do, but they always have a flaw. I love the guy, and he talks a really good game. But I've been down this road with him before. He can take a simple kidnapping and turn it into the Loch Ness monster. So, what do you guys think? Is he about due to be right, or is it just a wild goose chase?