http://22.214.171.124/~tricia/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=4023 Tricia is uncomfortable with advertising the things she does for others. There are very few who do know of her many kindnesses and her genuine interest in helping to find justice for everyone. Tricia does not interfere in investigations. She doesn't seek notoriety - no one has ever seen Tricia write a post bragging about anything she has done. The moderators and admins on FFJ know some of what she does, but she doesn't even tell us everything. We often find out from some other source who was either the recipient of her good will or through press releases or people who were there. All of it is done on Tricia's dime. She travels often, meeting with important people, she willingly contributes to causes she believes in. Tricia is the epitome of a successful women, and a classy one at that. Tricia flew to Austin to be present with Robert Cooke (and I believe our own JR) at the press conference to announce the formation of a new task force to investigate Rachel Cooke's disappearance just over two years ago. Some members of FFJ, including Tricia and posters from Texas and other states, went to Austin to help with the search for Rachel in the early days of the investigation. There are things I won't talk about here that I know Tricia has done in regard to the Rachel Cooke case. Tricia is not a saint and neither is anyone else. She is a superior human being with a huge heart - a heart that gets hurt but keeps on beating strongly, just because she believes in what she's doing. There are others who are working in the service of others along side Tricia. I won't name them, they know who they are. The Cooke family has suffered greatly after the disappearance of their daughter, Rachel. Nothing can heal that hurt, but I think FFJ and those who have worked tirelessly (JR for one) to lift RC's spirits and give his family hope deserve a pat on the back for trying. There's new life in the Rachel Cooke investigation. As always happens, right has trumped wrong, light has exposed corruption, and hope has shown her face once more. Thanks, Tricia. You have been more actively productive than any other forum owner anywhere. Instead of sitting like a bump on a log criticizing everyone else, you have gone forward through some pretty troubled times. You make us proud to be part of it and happy to be going forward with you. Do I hear an amen.