Since the drug bust, these threads have kept me very busy reading and commenting on the posts. It's a chore to keep ahead of these wise posts and opinions. All of you appear to be very up to date on these arrests and charges. And it shows you are all digging for more. However, I have a severe doubt this was a new business for Misty and for Ron too. I think they've been in the dealing business since the two met. And for Ron, probably long before he met Misty. I don't have proof, but it's strickly my opinion. The two of them were not caught before this month simply because there was no organized uncover operation going on. Just why would an undercover suddenly be launched by LE? First there had to be a strong hunch by LE that these two (and the others) were ready for the catching in traffiiting prescription drugs. LE did not need to try and involve Ron and Misty to enter this business, they had already set up shop. Once the undercover operation was on, LE had to build a case. They needed for these people to continue buying and selling over a period of time. Ron and Misty and the others easily played into the plan because it's what they have been doing all along. What I'm saying is that they were not caught because they just began this business venture. They were caught because a concentrated effort was made to catch them. Secondly, I believe the timing was set for the undercover investigation to begin after Misty reached 18 so that she could be held as an adult. Thirdly, this sting was begun as a way to round up this group in order to hold them in jail and have access to questioning them about Haleigh's disappearance. Let's face it, Ron and Misty have been on LE's radar about Haleigh since last February 9/10. What's needed now is for Ron and Misty to come clean about the night Haleigh disappeared. For a year, they have been silent. And I ask myself why. To me, that signals that they both are equally involved in whatever happened to little Haleigh. They each have something on the other about the day/night Haleigh met her fate. There is guilt riding on both of their shoulders. And, that guilt has kept them locked in a secret. It's a If you tell about me, I can tell about you - situation for Ron and Misty. I do not think Ron will confess to anything. And if Misty does, he will insist she is lying in order for her to get back at him. After all he was "at werk." I do however believe Misty will finally come to a point where she will give limited information. And it won't be soon. It may take months. Only, I think she will only speak out after her brother makes the first move and tells what he knows. I'm not sure what Ron's cousin or Donna knows about Haleigh's disappearance. I don't think it's much. But, I do strongly believe the others, Ron, Misty and Hank Jr., know exactly what occured that night. I'm tired of thinking about these people and their year-long performance to hide the truth. Haliegh deserves JUSTICE. And, it should come from the individuals who claim to have loved her so much.