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    It's obvious why the Ramseys acted as they did. They are guilty. They can't cooperate with law enforcement because they would be found out. They don't want to get laws changed, really, because someone might remember their case and solve it. They can't respond the way an innocent parent would because they are not innocent.

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    If the police and/or the FBI assigned John Douglas to do a profile on Mark Lundsford, how would it turn out?

    I admire Mark, the good father, and I abhor John R, the evil father.
    When Mark meets his Maker, his little girl will be there, with loving, open arms.
    When John R. meets his Maker, his little girl will be no where in sight...forever.

    When John Douglas meets his Maker, he'll be ushered into a room, reserved for himself, Woody, Lacy, Hunter, Carnes, Pam, and a host of others who have impeded justice in the abuse and murder of a little girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenleaf View Post
    If the police and/or the FBI assigned John Douglas to do a profile on Mark Lundsford, how would it turn out?

    I admire Mark, the good father, and I abhor John R, the evil father.
    When Mark meets his Maker, his little girl will be there, with loving, open arms.
    When John R. meets his Maker, his little girl will be no where in sight...forever.

    When John Douglas meets his Maker, he'll be ushered into a room, reserved for himself, Woody, Lacy, Hunter, Carnes, Pam, and a host of others who have impeded justice in the abuse and murder of a little girl.

    GL
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    They should all drown in lakes of blood. Now they will know why they are afraid of the dark. Now they will learn why they fear the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenleaf View Post

    When John Douglas meets his Maker, he'll be ushered into a room, reserved for himself, Woody, Lacy, Hunter, Carnes, Pam, and a host of others who have impeded justice in the abuse and murder of a little girl.

    GL
    Very good, Greenleaf. Let's hope it is a No Exit situation. They all deserve each other for eternity.

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    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenleaf View Post
    If the police and/or the FBI assigned John Douglas to do a profile on Mark Lundsford, how would it turn out?

    I admire Mark, the good father, and I abhor John R, the evil father.
    When Mark meets his Maker, his little girl will be there, with loving, open arms.
    When John R. meets his Maker, his little girl will be no where in sight...forever.

    When John Douglas meets his Maker, he'll be ushered into a room, reserved for himself, Woody, Lacy, Hunter, Carnes, Pam, and a host of others who have impeded justice in the abuse and murder of a little girl.
    GL
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    Quote Originally Posted by heymom View Post
    It's obvious why the Ramseys acted as they did. They are guilty. They can't cooperate with law enforcement because they would be found out. They don't want to get laws changed, really, because someone might remember their case and solve it. They can't respond the way an innocent parent would because they are not innocent.

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