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    Quote Originally Posted by BOESP View Post
    Does Mr. Lohr have a daily show or syndicated column or Internet blog?

    Cherokee, you made me spit sweet tea all over my laptop with your post and photo of Lacy.
    Yes. It's on www.huffingtonpost.com in the crime section. I am trying to put my youngest grand baby to sleep, but he's got a lot of great articles there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOESP View Post
    Does Mr. Lohr have a daily show or syndicated column or Internet blog?

    Cherokee, you made me spit sweet tea all over my laptop with your post and photo of Lacy.
    Ha ha ... well, I'm glad my outrage was good for SOMETHING!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tez View Post
    Yes. It's on www.huffingtonpost.com in the crime section.
    Thanks, Tez, for the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOESP View Post
    This TouchDNA thing is so out of control imo. I am still jaw-dropping open-mouthed that Mary Lacy issued an apology letter and exoneration based on TouchDNA.

    I would venture a guess that most convictions don't rest only on one piece of evidence even it's DNA. Even DNA from body fluids such as semen found in the "usual suspected places" could be explained away in some cases (such as a suspect admitting they'd had sex with someone) and would require additional evidence for a conviction. But semen found anywhere on a six-year-old would be a horse of different color.

    My main gripe about DNA in court is that I'm afraid television programming has misguided the public. I try to keep in mind that television programing is centered on getting good ratings so they can make more money so they can stay on air and ... make more money. I think the programs usually just misinform the public.

    So thankful to the powers that be who got the good doctor to come on air and discuss DNA and TouchDNA. (Tricia, cynic, whoever it was ... thank you!)
    I agree with all you're saying here BOESP. I can't get over Mary Lacy
    sending an apology letter and exonerating the Ramseys.
    elle: The RST can't handle the truth!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherokee View Post
    Thanks, Tez, for the link.
    You are most welcome Chero!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOESP View Post
    Zoomama, unfortunately, I didn't get to listen to Tricia's show. I will try and remember David Lohr's name. Sounds like he nailed it on the head. The talking heads now days perform the news instead of delivering a straight news story. Nothing irritates me more than some television airhead telling me what I should think about something (I think they call these people analysts -- at least they got part of that right).

    I particularly liked what you said about Mr. Lohr's selections on what to report. Every child is beautiful and I get sick of hearing about "beauty queen." That reminds me. I was reading an old article in people magazine about JonBenet. It was done not long after Princess Diana died. Patsy compared JonBenet to Princess Diana saying JonBenet was America's people's princess just as Diana was England's.

    Here's the link if anyone wants to read it:
    http://www.people.com/people/archive...123391,00.html


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    Oh my gosh, that is ridiculous!! The Royals in England have nothing to do with us ordinary citizens over here in the USA!! Princess Diana really WAS a Princess and very loved by her own people as well as many around the world. How DARE Patsy claim that JonBenet was also a princess like Diana! JonBenet was a cute little girl, ordinary in every way, except that someone in her family murdered her and the others helped cover it up. The press seized upon her pageant history and made it into a much bigger deal than it ever was. I'm not saying Patsy wasn't pushing JonBenet into the pageants; she was. But in no way was JonBenet a shoo-in for any further titles. Somehow, if she'd lived, I have the feeling she'd have stopped doing pageants long before Patsy would have wanted her to.

    What nerve to claim that JonBenet is America's Princess Diana!
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    I wonder what JonBenet would think about Honey Boo Boo.

    I know Patsy would be as jealous as heck of June.

    Sugar Bear is twice the man that John Ramsey could ever be.

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    Oh my goodness Lurker! You sure got me laughing on that one. Yes that whole family is very cartoon-like in may ways but they show love to each other and are a family. I love the chicken as a pet! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by lurkerxiv View Post
    i wonder what jonbenet would think about honey boo boo.

    I know patsy would be as jealous as heck of june.

    Sugar bear is twice the man that john ramsey could ever be.
    lmao!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LurkerXIV View Post
    Sugar Bear is twice the man that John Ramsey could ever be.
    But with less than half the teeth.

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    Didn't you just love the colors for their commitment ceremony! Camo and bright orange. Somehow it all worked for them. Congratulations to the committed two. Even the chicken got into the act! Heh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heymom View Post
    but with less than half the teeth.

    lmao!
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