I got my November Vanity Fair on Friday but didn't get a chance to read it until last night. Dominick Dunne's column is about the John Mark Karr fiasco. He writes that he knew that Karr wasn't guilty of anything when he first saw him - he says it looked to him like Karr was as happy as he had ever been when the press were surrounding him in Thailand. Regarding John and Miss West Virginia, he nearly flat-out states that he thinks they did it. He was on the board of a national missing/murdered children organization for a long time, because of the murder of his daughter, and knows how you behave when something like this happens. He writes that the Rs hired a bunch of lawyers and a publicist right after the murder and didn't talk to the police for four months after JonBenet was killed. TO him, this is evidence of guilt. Well, at least somebody's making sense in the national media. I wonder if Dunne has been talking to anyone we know... The column's not available online yet. But George Clooney is on the cover, girls, so you'll want to get it anyway!!