If we're all honest with ourselves, the likelihood of this case being 'solved', and by that I mean having a killer(s) identified and prosecuted, is rather minuscule. DNA might do it. A (legitimate) confession probably would. But apart from those, there's virtually nothing more that can be done. If you believe whoever wrote the RN was the killer, or at least involved, then I think judging from the polls, that person has passed on. If you believe the person(s) are still alive, then unless they have some burning desire to confess, this case is done. It's sad to write these words, but I believe them to be true. As far as I can tell there is one person, ONE single individual who knows for sure what happened that night. Maybe two, but one definitely knows what they did and DIDN'T do. As much as I'd like to blame those who are responsible for this crime, the LE involved are just as responsible. One can't help wonder -- a different town, a different police department, if this crime could've been solved? I believe it could have. Discussion about this case will of course continue, but make no mistake, there is no light at the end of the tunnel. Sometimes the bad guys win. We can't change what happened or force a confession. But we can remember, for next time.