As far as wanting to know the whys/wheres/hows of the story goes, I think it's natural to have curiosity about such things, especially on a crime sleuthing forum. Most of us are here because we're interested in true crime or in mysteries. After following a case for a while, you have time and interest invested in it. Although the people involved do not owe us anything, and we are not entitled to information, it's natural to seek answers as well as to know whether your speculations and theories were even close. The victims are all real people of course, but so are we posters. I've seen nothing on WS over the past 6 years to make me think that members would be anything but respectful to victims. I don't think anyone on here is going to write to Jayme and demand to know all the nitty gritty details or will cyberstalk her family for information. Many of us are drawn to WS because of the adherence to MSM facts; therefore, we stick to the words that come straight from LE or a respected media source. If they don't share it, then we won't talk about it. Personally, I like knowing stuff. It helps me put the frame of the crime in context, as well as assisting in helping me understand future crimes of a similar nature. It is perfectly reasonable to maintain both sympathy and respect for the victims while simultaneously feeling curious and wanting to understand as much as possible.