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Old 08-10-2017, 01:59 PM   #16
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Personally, I think he wandered into the Canadian wilderness and killed himself. I'm sure there is a ton of places up there where you could do that and not be found for 100 years if ever.
I am wondering how he got across the border. Surely it took him many hours to get up to the border from Kansas City (not exactly a short hike), and it was known from the very beginning that he was the killer. Even though it was 1980, that kind of word would have to spread fast among law enforcement unless it never occurred to them to put out a watch for him at either the Canadian or Mexican borders.

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. I can not believe this scum piece of crap has not been found. I was SHOCKED when there was no update
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I vote that he is dead.

Because of his personality, and difficulties in school and with his peers, he seemed to have some internal turmoil going on (the murder of his victim aside). I believe he killed himself and just was never discovered.
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Old 10-06-2017, 02:52 PM   #19
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. I can not believe this scum piece of crap has not been found. I was SHOCKED when there was no update
I felt just the same way. The advantage to watching UM all these years later is the satisfaction of seeing those updates, knowing the culprits were caught. Was really saddened to see that wasn’t the case here. (This makes me realize how much scarier the show was when on TV: all these people were out there, trying to hide. I remember being particularly spooked every time it was mentioned they had perhaps fled to Canada- where I live. Teenage me would always literally look over my shoulder and out the window when Stack said that. )

I’m really on the fence as to dead or alive. I see the committing suicide if he was isolated, being the incompetent, selfish and sick man he was. I also see hiding away with help from friends and family until he found a new woman off which to sponge. But it’s hard to think that his laziness coupled with his ideas that everyone was against him wouldn’t result in another homicide or violence.

Either way, despicable he got away with it, and sent that horrible letter to her family.
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Like one of the earlier posters, he doesn't seem like the kind of person who could carry out a crime like this and then go off and create a new life for himself. Based on that, I'd say he's dead.

Though on the other hand, this case bears some vague similarities to the case of another ex-med student up here.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...urders-n673386
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For anyone wanting to read the full version of this murderer's sickening letter to the Kopric Family, here it is.

"Dear Kopric Family,

Please realize it is most difficult for us to write this letter. However we feel you deserve a complete explanation concerning the following events.
Your daughter, Tatjana Kopric has been executed in Kansas City, MO. She has caused so much grief, turmoil and anguish to so many Americans that this act was necessary. Tanja had lost all sense of her parameters – She mocked our nation, She mocked our people, She mocked out culture. She attempted to dictate her perversive will on everyone. She had been asked to leave our country and she refused. It became clear that her only motive for being in this country was to become wealthy at the expense of anyone or anything. I hope you can begin to understand why her execution was inevitable.
Please understand this act was performed by professional assassins and that no acts of revenge are possible.
Sincerely the People of the United States of America."


My opinion: he is most certainly alive. He also most likely comes to this thread sometimes and reads what we're posting about him and is probably chuckling at it. This case has always haunted me. I think that he planned this out way in advance as certain actions he took shows that. Therefore, I think he already had a plan to go into hiding and was prepared for that. As for not being found after all these years, as a poster said above, you have to wonder how much effort has been put into finding him. The FBI has dropped the ball in some cases and this could be one of them. I would like to hear what the Kansas City Police Department has to say about this case after all these years – if they think he's alive or dead and if they are even searching for him anymore.

It's a tragic, disturbing case all-around and I feel deeply for her parents. I wonder if they are still alive? Unlikely, I know. There is so little information on this case.

I don't think he killed himself. He was narcissistic and wouldn't take any of the blame. I don't think he would drive that far to kill himself either.

This line really irks me: "She attempted to dictate her perversive will on everyone" – clearly what this animal did.

Very similar to another piece of work, Richard Bare. I'm stunned he hasn't been caught.

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For anyone wanting to read the full version of this murderer's sickening letter to the Kopric Family, here it is.

"Dear Kopric Family,

Please realize it is most difficult for us to write this letter. However we feel you deserve a complete explanation concerning the following events.
Your daughter, Tatjana Kopric has been executed in Kansas City, MO. She has caused so much grief, turmoil and anguish to so many Americans that this act was necessary. Tanja has lost all sense of her parameters – She mocked our nation, She mocked our people, She mocked out culture. She attempted to dictate her perversive will on everyone. She had been asked to leave our country and she refused. It became clear that her only motive for being in this country was to become wealthy at the expense of anyone or anything. I hope you can begin to understand why her execution was inevitable.
Please understand this act was performed by professional assassins and that – – (?)– – of revenge are possible.
Sincerely the People of the United States of America."


My opinion: he is most certainly alive. He also most likely comes to this thread sometimes and reads what we're posting about him and is probably chuckling at it. This case has always haunted me. I think that he planned this out way in advance as certain actions he took shows that. Therefore, I think he already had a plan to go into hiding and was prepared for that. As for not being found after all these years, as a poster said above, you have to wonder how much effort has been put into finding him. The FBI has dropped the ball in some cases and this could be one of them. I would like to hear what the Kansas City Police Department has to say about this case after all these years – if they think he's alive or dead and if they are even searching for him anymore.

It's a tragic, disturbing case all-around and I feel deeply for her parents. I wonder if they are still alive? Unlikely, I know. There is so little information on this case.

I don't think he killed himself. He was narcissistic and wouldn't take any of the blame. I don't think he would drive that far to kill himself either.

This line really irks me: "She attempted to dictate her perversive will on everyone" – clearly what this animal did.

Very similar to another piece of work, Richard Bare. I'm stunned he hasn't been caught.
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Thanks for the full text of that letter. Just sad. And horrible. Yowza.
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Anytime a violent criminal is unaccounted for, they should be assumed alive until proven otherwise. I believe this should always be law enforcement's approach.

This is especially true in this case, as Bocklage was quite young when he disappeared.
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For anyone wanting to read the full version of this murderer's sickening letter to the Kopric Family, here it is.

"Dear Kopric Family,

Please realize it is most difficult for us to write this letter. However we feel you deserve a complete explanation concerning the following events.
Your daughter, Tatjana Kopric has been executed in Kansas City, MO. She has caused so much grief, turmoil and anguish to so many Americans that this act was necessary. Tanja had lost all sense of her parameters – She mocked our nation, She mocked our people, She mocked out culture. She attempted to dictate her perversive will on everyone. She had been asked to leave our country and she refused. It became clear that her only motive for being in this country was to become wealthy at the expense of anyone or anything. I hope you can begin to understand why her execution was inevitable.
Please understand this act was performed by professional assassins and that no acts of revenge are possible.
Sincerely the People of the United States of America."
Ugh!!!

How has this miserable POS not been caught? That letter is joke. In an attempt to deflect blame, he's painting her as basically a James Bond villain.
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Anytime a violent criminal is unaccounted for, they should be assumed alive until proven otherwise. I believe this should always be law enforcement's approach.

This is especially true in this case, as Bocklage was quite young when he disappeared.
If memory serves from the segment, I want to say he was 23 at the time of the murder which would make him 60 or 61 today. Absolutely possible that he's still alive. Personally, I believe he killed himself somewhere in the back woods in Manitoba. Way too big a risk to come back to the U.S. IMO.
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If memory serves from the segment, I want to say he was 23 at the time of the murder which would make him 60 or 61 today. Absolutely possible that he's still alive. Personally, I believe he killed himself somewhere in the back woods in Manitoba. Way too big a risk to come back to the U.S. IMO.
Agreed. He most certainly could still be alive, but that would require a complete personality shift/transformation from the way he was portrayed in the segment. Barring such an improbability (or perhaps the fact he could be living as a hermit somewhere like the Unabomber was there for a while), I'd say he's dead.
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I highly doubt he killed himself after sending a grandstanding letter like that to her family. I bet he's living somewhere in Canada under an assumed name.
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For anyone wanting to read the full version of this murderer's sickening letter to the Kopric Family, here it is.

"Dear Kopric Family,

Please realize it is most difficult for us to write this letter. However we feel you deserve a complete explanation concerning the following events.
Your daughter, Tatjana Kopric has been executed in Kansas City, MO. She has caused so much grief, turmoil and anguish to so many Americans that this act was necessary. Tanja had lost all sense of her parameters – She mocked our nation, She mocked our people, She mocked out culture. She attempted to dictate her perversive will on everyone. She had been asked to leave our country and she refused. It became clear that her only motive for being in this country was to become wealthy at the expense of anyone or anything. I hope you can begin to understand why her execution was inevitable.
Please understand this act was performed by professional assassins and that no acts of revenge are possible.
Sincerely the People of the United States of America."


My opinion: he is most certainly alive. He also most likely comes to this thread sometimes and reads what we're posting about him and is probably chuckling at it. This case has always haunted me. I think that he planned this out way in advance as certain actions he took shows that. Therefore, I think he already had a plan to go into hiding and was prepared for that. As for not being found after all these years, as a poster said above, you have to wonder how much effort has been put into finding him. The FBI has dropped the ball in some cases and this could be one of them. I would like to hear what the Kansas City Police Department has to say about this case after all these years – if they think he's alive or dead and if they are even searching for him anymore.

It's a tragic, disturbing case all-around and I feel deeply for her parents. I wonder if they are still alive? Unlikely, I know. There is so little information on this case.

I don't think he killed himself. He was narcissistic and wouldn't take any of the blame. I don't think he would drive that far to kill himself either.

This line really irks me: "She attempted to dictate her perversive will on everyone" – clearly what this animal did.

Very similar to another piece of work, Richard Bare. I'm stunned he hasn't been caught.
The letter looks like one of Trump's immigration policy statements. Not sure what the idea was-to try to make it look like he was past of some right-wing group, or been framed for the murder by them. Or was it just his ego trying to justify it & trying to convince himself that most people in the USA would be on his side?
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I highly doubt he killed himself after sending a grandstanding letter like that to her family. I bet he's living somewhere in Canada under an assumed name.
I think he quietly slipped out of the country with false documents & created a new life for himself somewhere.
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