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Old 11-22-2011, 04:25 AM   #91
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[QUOTE=TracyLynnS]I think that might be Charles Horvath's mom, Denise Allan.

Yeah, that's the case!
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The father in the Sara Jo segment, who risked his life to go out in the storm to find his son. He just seemed like a very selfless and kind man.
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Not sure if it's been said before but the people in the Philip Frazier segment there was the mother and daughter who worked in the cafe at the rest stop and the the couple who helped the murderer after his car broke down and Philip seemed like a nice person too.
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Don Devereaux is my hero.
Also, someone I wouldn't've mentioned is Colleen Ritter, but someone said she as admirable, & I think so too!
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Yes, Don Devereaux! Anyone know what he's up to today?
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I liked John Tweedy from the Judge John Fairbanks segment.

I also liked the female detective from the Veronica Jefferson segment.
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Yeah, I liked how John Tweedy summed up the dual personas of Judge Fairbanks; he sure isn't a fool.
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Harry Easterling from the Dave Bocks segment. He was the only one at that plant that gave a darn about Dave. I also liked Dave's daughter who was interviewed in the segment.
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Harry Easterling from the Dave Bocks segment. He was the only one at that plant that gave a darn about Dave. I also liked Dave's daughter who was interviewed in the segment.
I also liked the former employee who said that a murder was the only possibility; he seemed very concerned and sad

I also liked D.C. Cole
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The judge in the Sheldon Weinburg case who sentenced him. Her speech was powerful and hard-hitting.
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Yeah, I liked what that judge had to say also; The Weiburgs were just outlandish with milking medicad funds. I mean, according to that investigator, they even got lazy with their phony billing statements.
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I liked John Tweedy from the Judge John Fairbanks segment.
I liked John Tweedy too. I also liked one of the women interviewed--I think her name was Patricia Smith. She seemed like a very no-nonsense kind of lady.

I also liked:

-The priest interviewed in the Sacred Heart Boise John Doe segment. I felt like he was very compassionate and caring.

-Colleen Ritter

-Ladonna Morrow

-Joannie McCorkendale

-Mike Riemer's friend. He seemed concerned for his friend's well-being above all else, even though he was willing to concede that Mike might have been involved.

-Bill Pope, the D.A. in the Cheryl Holland segment
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Pete Ballard from the Ellen McClung Berry case. I thought he was cool.
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Rachel Raver's mother was very likable. She was determined to get justice and I loved her attitude. At the trial of her daughter's killer, she gave him a piece of her mind, too. What an awesome woman.


I liked the friend interviewed in the Nancy Manni case, just the way she spoke about her friend and really cared about her.

I think I mentioned her before, but Debbie Wolfe's mother was one of my favorite people interviewed. She obviously loved her daughter very much and wanted to be certain that justice was done, without being overly bitter at the obviously lackluster police investigation.
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No kidding, Rachel Raver's mom basically solved the case herself (good thing for that traffic ticket). With her viewing the show and connecting the previous murder, she was excellent. My heart went out to her.
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