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    Default Robert Cooke's Daily Journal

    Since we have so many new members I thought it best to bring everyone up to date on a case that is near and dear to Forums for Justice members.

    I would highly recommend everyone read "A Father's Journal." RC was asked by KVUE to keep a daily journal concerning the Cooke family's search for Rachel.

    It is a must read for everyone. RC give us a glimpse into his awful nightmare.

    Start from day one.
    http://www.rachelcookesearch.org/journal.html

    For more updates in the case please go to:
    http://www.kvue.com/news/rachelcooke.html

    KVUE does require that you register but it's free. The only thing they need is an email. It's well worth the few seconds it takes to register.
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    I am unaware of anyone who's profited from exploiting the Ramsey murder over a longer period of time, with a greater disregard for the principles of accuracy and fairness, than the production team of Mills and Tracey.They truly do inhabit a different moral universe from real journalists. It's the difference between journalism and propaganda.
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    I think Robert is an awesome man and I hope one of these days there will be a break for him.

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    You can also read RC's daily journal at:

    www.rachelcookesearch.org/


    Click on the "Journal" tab at the top of the page or go to this link:

    www.rachelcookesearch.org/journal.html


    (No registration is required here.)
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    Post New Guest book

    I added a new guest book to rachelcookesearch.org. Please put your state and referred by FFJ so I can tell where everyone is coming from.

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    Default RC

    The website is looking very good. Quite professional.

    There are many signatures in the Guest Book already.

    FFJ'ers...get on over there and leave your message.

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    Default Re: RC

    Originally posted by LurkerXIV
    The website is looking very good. Quite professional.

    There are many signatures in the Guest Book already.

    FFJ'ers...get on over there and leave your message.
    Thanks Lurker. I try to keep the website simple for us modem uses, but I want to have a lot of information there. We passed 60 guest book messages yesterday. I'm amazed sometimes how far Rachel's story has reached without much national media attention.

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    Cool RC

    I'm going to select some trees for fall planting. I want to plant one in honor of Rachel. Did she ever express any preferences as to trees?

    Please let me know what you think she would like me to plant in her honor.

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    Originally posted by LurkerXIV
    I'm going to select some trees for fall planting. I want to plant one in honor of Rachel. Did she ever express any preferences as to trees?

    Please let me know what you think she would like me to plant in her honor.
    Thank you Lurker, that is such a wonderful thing to do. We planted an oak tree here because of their strength and long life. I know Rachel loved trees which flowered. Please pick a flowering tree (or other) which does well in your area.

    Here's a picture of Rachel with flowers behind. Bushes in this case.

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    Default RC....

    That is a lovely picture of Rachel....she is such a beauty!

    Hope the DNA conference is a postive experience for you and that the information that you glean will be useful in Rachel's case...

    Voyager

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    Default RC,

    I love that photo of Rachel! I am going to get a tree that flowers in pink...maybe a dogwood, a crabapple, or a Japanese cherry.

    Good luck at the DNA conference. Please give us a report when you get back.

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    Post DNA Meeting

    I finished typing my trip report about the DNA meeting I attended at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. I had the honor of meeting John Bish, the father of mudered Molly Bish.

    You can read all about it in the Sept. 24-26 entires in my journal. http://www.rachelcookesearch.org/journal_sep2003.html

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    I bought a pink-flowering dogwood to plant for Rachel. I will post a picture of it in the Spring, when it flowers.

    How are the Bishes doing? At last, they have some resolution, but so so sad.

    The PA. State Police thought they had found Cindy Song...in the backyard of a serial killer. They determined it's not Cindy, after the DNA testing. What an emotional jolt for Cindy's family, who live in Korea. They come here once a year to PA. to plead for information and attend services for Cindy. I don't know how they can stand it. Please pray for them.



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