I agree inmyhumbleopinion. Spot on. One of the most suspicious irregularities in this case has been the attitudes and actions (and inactions) of "local" law enforcement personnel. Their apparent bitterness and resentment toward the family of Tom Brown and their ongoing refusal to even consider that evidence and circumstances indicate any possibility of foul play is astounding, to say the least. I will point out once again that for months the LE narrative was that Tom secretly left with some phantom "older man" that he met online. A number of Tom's friends and family were actually interrogated under that theory. He was secretly living in California .... or Denver .... or wherever. Then, once remains were discovered, their theory was obviously embarrassingly wrong. So, the narrative then became that his death was by suicide. In order to "fill some logic gaps" in the suicide theory, the narrative expanded; family members covertly hid the body while going to great efforts to point toward others. Really? Based on what we know about the case, do we not see how bizarre and irrational these theories are, especially in light of the fact that the mere mention of homicide arouses emotion and anger among some? No person is any more pro-law enforcement that myself. But in reality, there are a few (small percentage) who enter that profession for the wrong reasons (this applies to any profession). It is very disturbing that ex-Sheriff and some local LE allowed themselves to become so grossly adversarial and confrontational toward the family of a person who died under obvious suspicious circumstances. There is no excuse for such behavior in this case. A classic example of how uncontrolled egos can manage to shift focus totally away from what should be the common objective. Or maybe it goes deeper than uncontrolled egos. I don't know. Since the time that the investigation was finally turned over to the Texas OAG, I hope that the AG investigators are truly conducting their investigation in a thorough and professionally unbiased manner. They are probably the last hope for Tom's family to learn the true facts, whatever they may be.