- Aug 3, 2008
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I just had a thought - some of you may have already brought this up but in case you didn't - do you all remember the missing Eisenberg baby years ago - they suspected the parents - they bugged their house - ultimately I believe they tried to make something out of the faulty recording and never convicted the parents of any wrongdoing - my point is - do you think it is possible that they did the same thing in the Plackers house - planted a bug to listen to the conversation they have had over the last few months? I am not sure what made me think of this but if they knew of anything shady going on they would probably have discussed it over time - surely technology has improved over the years and they would have gotten a better recording - Like I said, just a thought.
Does anyone have an opinion this? Would it have been legal for them to do this to the Placker home? Is this thought just useless? If they didn't do something like this they certainly missed some interesting conversations- especially if they suspected the family, or if the family suspected people they knew.