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Old 06-26-2007, 12:19 AM   #46
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Well hyetev, wiseguy and I werent disagreeing about the stolen property part, we were disagreeing a bout the state getting it back. While you and wiseguy have your right to your opinions, I do not understand how you could get race out of what that guy said and take offense to it when he wasnt talking about race at all. He said "I didnt want the state getting their cotton picking hands on it." When he said this he was referring to the baseball memorabilia collection, race had nothing to do with the matter. I know you are thinking that because he said cotton picking he must have been referring to black slaves who worked as cotton pickers however race simply had nothing to do with that conversation.
Well I'm still very confident that I am correct on this subject, but it's a sensitive issue so I think we should just drop it. You and I disagree on several things, and we are only going to get into another argument if we continue.
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Well I am equally as confident I am correct but you are right, since we dont agree and since neither of us will change our minds it is meaningless to continue arguing whether there is or isnt anything to take offense to.
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Old 06-27-2007, 11:30 AM   #48
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I think some people already mentioned Cynthia Anderson's dad, I just watched that segment again last night and just got a creepy feeling from him and it just made me think that maybe she decided to disappear voluntarily because of pressure from her family.

Also the police chief who was interviewed in the Kathy Bonderson segment came off as very arrogant IMO.
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I think some people already mentioned Cynthia Anderson's dad, I just watched that segment again last night and just got a creepy feeling from him and it just made me think that maybe she decided to disappear voluntarily because of pressure from her family.

Also the police chief who was interviewed in the Kathy Bonderson segment came off as very arrogant IMO.
Yeah, Cindy's dad seemed a bit 'out there' to me. Personally, I am now leaning more towards the 'she staged her own disappearance' angle. Of course, there is absolutely zero 'hard' evidence to support my belief - only hunches.

The sheriff in the Bonderson case seemed like a decent guy but he was so wrong on what happened. The NDHP cop was right on in his assessment.
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Yeah, Cindy's dad seemed a bit 'out there' to me. Personally, I am now leaning more towards the 'she staged her own disappearance' angle. Of course, there is absolutely zero 'hard' evidence to support my belief - only hunches.
Me too, and that never even crossed my mind before, oh well, maybe better to continue that discussion on the more suitable "Any Thoughts On Cindy Anderson?" thread
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yeah, the police officer who was 100% sure it was an "accident" wasn't my favorite person either. I'm never a huge fan of these people that are 100% sure. in this case, he was 100% wrong.

ididn'tdoit, who is that in your avatar? I wanna say Tony Ballesteros from the David Stone segment, but I'm not sure.
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Old 06-28-2007, 07:06 AM   #52
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yeah, the police officer who was 100% sure it was an "accident" wasn't my favorite person either. I'm never a huge fan of these people that are 100% sure. in this case, he was 100% wrong.

ididn'tdoit, who is that in your avatar? I wanna say Tony Ballesteros from the David Stone segment, but I'm not sure.
That's Captain Fred Rubio, Las Cruces Police dept. He was interviewed in the Bowling Alley Massacre segment. Kind of a cool Andy Sipowicz feeling over him I think
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I swear to God I was two seconds from posting that. The mom's fake Brit accent and the snob brother typlify everything wrong with the rich in "the valley" on LA, on a Paris Hilton kind of level.
I totally forgot about Adam Hecht's family. They acted as if Adam didn't even have the right to take an interest in someone who wasn't part of the upper tax bracket. I wouldn't be surprised Adam grew sick of his mother's hoity-toity accent, his over-dramatic brother and Goth-esque sister and decided to "lose himself" among mainstream society.
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The Eric Tamiyasu case. That guy Don Dixon was pretty strange. It made me wonder if he was actually involved.
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This thread is hilarious!

I was thinking about the prosecutor in the Stallings case, and someone beat me to it. But I totally I agree. I loved his comment about sending the jury "on a wild goose chase." What a jerk.

Here is something different: I know it sounds mean, but when I watched the Nyleen Kay Marshall segment, I was rubbed the wrong way a bit by the comment her mother made about looking for Nyleen when she's out at amusement parks, airports, resorts...I thought, "Come on, lady, how often are you at resorts and airports? Are you that filthy rich??"

I know it's awful but I couldn't help it....shame on me
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I would think Cindy Anderson's dad was a little 'off' in the segment interview.

I thought some of the remarks toward the end caught me off gaurd, like him believing his daughter is alive and well and that the door is always open. Like someone mentioned, he could've been referring to 'alive and well', at peace with God maybe? But, I thought he meant somewhere on Earth. And, he seemed so 'happy' and non-chalant about the whole episode, though.

He never mentioned the 'I LOVE YOU CINDY' painted on the wall, either.
In the segment at the beginning it mentioned they were all devout Fundementalists. Maybe he think she's just at peace or maybe he thinks she left voluntarily. Then there's the scene in the novel she left for her collegues at her office. The heroin being abducted a knifepoint, the most violent scene in the novel, I believe.

I just don't think if the father thought she was abducted and murdered he wouldn't seem so non-chalant.

I just think maybe he 1) either knows she's at peace in the next plane or 2) staged her own dissappearence and is living somewhere else.

What do you guys think?
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kadrmas15 - You and I had the exact opposite reaction regarding Stephen Marfeo. I hated him more than all the others put together after watching his smug interview. Then upon hearing what the detective on the case had to say about the letters sent to the police having to have come from someone from his family just clinched my loathing for his self absorption. I was fully convinced of his guilt and I found it even more contemptuous that he was sending "anonymous" letters to the police trying to downgrade his wife's memory. The ultimate clincher though was that wispy, wistful gaze out the window, he does at the end of the segment. He's there...acting as if he's holding a vigil at the back door waiting for his wife to come running up at any moment, all while daintily holding his cup of General Foods International Coffee...I swear I heard celebrate the moments of your life in the background somewhere.

Adam hecht's mom pissed me off because I always thought she was trying too hard to act in the reenactment part. And that's just creepy. Your son's missing lady...you're supposed to recreate the moment a homeless whackadoo tried to molest you in your missing son's apartment, this isn't your big break or something you can put on a resume.

unsolved88 & DarkDante: I feel more sorry for Huey Littleton than I dislike him, although, DD, I laughed heartily at your comment. How can you dislike someone who uses the word "furrow"? I understand that he's a pain in the ass for the cops and he's brought out some ridonkuloid conspiracy theories, with the help of some seemingly bored teenagers who could have been extras out of Deliverance, but he probably feels like if he stops invesgtigating then he's letting down the memory of his daughter and son-in-law. I feel for that.


On the completely opposite end of that spectrum, I have no feelings of empathy for, and actually got bothered by the attitude and statements of, the family and friend of Tony Lombardi. I've said a couple of times in different threads that I have a lot written about how this case is so obviously a suicide and how much I am bothered by the mom but I've never been happy with the tone of what I've written. I don't want to come out and completely eviscerate these people who've lost a loved one, because I do sympathize for their loss - I honestly do, but their absolute refusal to acknowledge what I think has been made blatantly obvious irks me. Adding that to the antogonizing tone of their interviews, the apparent celebration of some very questionable activities byt Tony, and their accusations against what I have no reason to doubt was adequate police work, all add up to me wishing the mom would shut her yapper and the friend would get exposed as a liar.

He wasn't innervriewed, because I think he was dead, but the all time "evil authority figure" I'd love to throw ritten eggs and tomatoes at was Police Chief Aldo Goburri(sp) for his nefarious involvement and corrupt influence in whatever happened to (i'm drawing a damned blank, dammit)
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Another person interviewed that i found I didn't care for is Rosemary Levi,the mother of the little girl who's teachers thought might be Nyleen Kay Marshall. Thankfully Rosemary and her daughter were reuinited, I can't imagine what that must have been like for her, however I cannot stand folks like her who go on and on about how their good fortune was part of God's plan and that them being reunited was "A miracle" (her words).

So what...God HATES Nyleen Kay Marshall and her family? Was it a miracle when the children went missing? Why would the reuniting be a miracle? Why wasn't it because of the events depicted on the segment? Was it a miracle that you stayed living with, and kept your daughter in the same house with, a man with obvious psychosis?

She doesn't thank the teachers who were alerted to John Lennon's odd behavior, she didn't thank the FBI agents who investigated the man, nor did she thank the show that featured the Nyleen segment that was the instigator of all of it. Most glaring of all though...she makes no mention the Marshall family nor any sympathy for them.

But the way she looks at it, the sole reason Nyleen was abducted, and is still missing, was to set a series of happenings in motion that led to her own daughter being found.
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I know Steve Marfeo's been mentioned but I have to say his mullet and "porn" mustache really got on my nerves! Plus, his attitude was just creepy!
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Wayne Hecker (Tara Breckenridge's boyfriend)

Paul Pollis' mother and her 'butter wouldn't melt in my mouth' attitude. The same with Ida Prewett.

Steve Page (Kathy Page's husband)

Bonnie Haim's father. It's understandable that some people will be in denial about the circumstances of loved one's disappearance, but the dad seemed under-concerned, if anything. In the interview, he seemed more concerned with denying the inconsistencies in the disappearance rather than making any appeal for his daughter to contact them or have anyone else provide information about her.
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