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The jury got it right.

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What would be the reason Tyler went missing. We don't know anything about him, did he have medical issues. It seems odd that personal items were found and he wasn't. Did he fake his disappearance??? I don't know what to think, because obviously he did not contact anyone. Also we do not know if he had a cell phone. I wish the best for the family, it seems likely that he is gone quite some time now and would not be found in the woods alive. We have had cold temps and especially the N.B. area. Thoughts and prayers to the family. :o :o :o :o

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I do hope that Garnier gets the maximum sentence for this brutal murder of Officer Campbell, a young woman out for an evening. We think about how that evening started, as normal people go out on a Friday or a Saturday night and as old as we are some of us still like to go for a beer and wings or something like that. But this lady possibly knew people at that bar and that is why she went there, she felt comfortable. However, we do not know what occurred that evening. We hear she was being aggressive towards this man in a romantic way, well who knows what he put in her drink. I don't remember anything about a report on her blood work for that night.  So this is three people who did not know each other at the start of the evening. Garnier and his friend at some point met up with Catherine. So isn't it ironic that Garnier's friend ended up in the drunk tank all night (and this is one time it may have been the best thing that ever happened to him).  Garnier ended up charged with second degree murder and Catherine was a victim of a brutal homicide and did not ever get to go home again and was left in a dumpster and pushed under a bridge. So I guess in Halifax they call that a fun night, just saying, what a tragedy. And we've seen things like this happen in other parts of Canada and the US, women go out and young men and it all ends up in a tragedy.  I just also want to make a few comments on what I think happened that night.  I believe Catherine accompanied Garnier to his friend's apartment, possibly for a continuation of an evening, they were consenting adults. However, at some point I think Garnier became aggressive for some reason and that Catherine, being a Police Officer, not on duty, may have been going to place him under arrest or stated she was going to contact officers for help and attempted to call someone. That is what I think happened. I think that Garnier flipped and hit her and it escalated to ending  her life. That is what I think happened that evening.  The reason I say this is: The evidence of an eye witness indicated that after 5:00 a.m., he was standing on his balcony and saw a man cursing and swearing pushing a garbage bin over towards the bridge and placing it there and saw him walking back.  He also stated the man was in his bare feet. So even after he killed Catherine, he was still angry. So he didn't even think anything about her safety, so why didn't he call the ambulance after he hit her, he could have gotten her help and it would not have ended in murder. No, he did not do that and for the simple reason, he was trying to protect himself for some reason. But in all the efforts of trying to protect himself, he ended up killing Catherine in a fit of rage.  That is my opinion on what happened in that case that night. I do hope the prosecution thinks about that and brings it up at the trial. He is a brutal killer and should not be set free. He makes me sick to look at  him.  The girlfriend that came and stood by his side, she is going to regret that. She is only young and she just should run farther away from him instead of standing in the courtroom. 

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So glad they haven't forgotten Kathleen and that they did publish her murder and reward in their news story. :o :o :o :o

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I did hear this on the news and they did not find Cortney as yet and hopefully they will find her to put her at rest in a proper burial.  It is so sad that she trusted him and lost her life over it. 

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Still nothing, but every person has the right to disappear if they want to. Now there could be some reason for this lady wanting to disappear, we don't know. She may have been in some kind of a situation where she does not want to be found, that is the only conclusion I can come to. There have been no remains found so far that have been reported and no new news stories, so it is a quiet mystery. :o :o :o

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I think that the person who committed this crime did not have a vehicle to get to the scene of the crime. Not being from the area, I am not sure of what distance this is from the place her car was found, I may have seen it before but forget. If they did not have a vehicle at hand, of course they did not, because they left the scene in her vehicle. This would mean that either someone drove them to the area, if she was targetted and someone else picked the individual up. So there could have been two people involved in the crime, one only for transport and the other committing the actual murder. It is for sure that the person likely did not walk to the scene of the crime. Also there maybe no connection at all with her work place troubles, too many times police focus on an area and miss the clues that are right in front of them. I really do not believe it was anyone from her past work place, that is my opinion.  Also I did watch a show on 48 Hours and it was quite a well known murder case on Cape Cod, it was about a lady who lived alone. I did see an earlier program on the case and the show last night was an updated case of catching the killer. Well it was in Cape Cod and it was in the dead of winter, so they felt it was definitely someone there in the community. And it took three years to get a DNA match and it was a municipal worker who collected her garbage. He knew she lived alone, he knew she lived in an isolated area and he came late in the night, broke in and raped and killed her and left her little child alive. It was finally solved. So we have to think about delivery men, also people who have access to collecting your garbage and such. So there is that to think of, just a thought, after seeing an update on the Cape Cod case last night.

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Just a couple of weeks ago they mentioned the documentary again and his mom was on there. So when we see the info about it being on, I will post it on here if I have knowledge of the date and time. :o :o :o :o

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Concerned, I believe she may have left her job because there is more money in selling Pharmacy products then in her job that she had. I know there is a great amount of money to be made in selling products for medical care. I know a person from our area here that moved to Montreal and is now very wealthy, after going into the sales. So it could be that she saw a chance for advancement and to be sort of her own boss, because she would be in charge of her own schedule and appointments. I do believe that could be the reason she changed her position.  Just a thought that maybe that is what she felt, to be her own boss. She certainly was of the age that maybe she wanted to branch out and try something new, what do they say, "the foolish forties". Everyone gets tired of just doing the same thing and she may have been ready for that. I don't believe there was any ulterior motive in her leaving her job. I think the person who committed this crime will be caught. We all have to say a silent prayer that some day we will turn the news on and there it will be, the information everyone has been waiting for, especially her family members. :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

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Go back to the officer and find out, what was the conversation related to??? There are officers that are sometimes looking for info on drug deals or something. She may have knew something and revealed it to the officer. If someone saw her speaking with an officer, she may have come to harm.  The officer needs to inform the family some info about that conversation. :o :o :o :o :o :o

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I do believe we have gone over every scenario you could think of in this case. I still have the feeling that it was a chance opportunity for someone to at that point in time make the violent attack on Sonia. Somehow, I do not think she knew the person. I think she may have been going in her home at the time that this person showed up and he was either drunk or drug influenced. All of the signs point to no premeditation. Taking her away from the scene of the crime, very dangerous for him being caught. Knows the layout of the town. I believe this person is still in the area, still maybe in a panic a bit when people start bringing up this case and sweating a little bit. He could be a married man. He could have been angry at a girlfriend or wife that night and just took it out on someone else at the time. The FBI being involved, maybe they will find the person. It is either one or the other, they live in the community or it was a person going from town to town on construction. I say this because of the boots, prints that were mentioned. Nobody would be out for an evening of social activity wearing large boots.  I still believe they could live around where she is, but she did not really know them.  It could have been a young man, who has a pretty large build and could do all of this by himself. Those are my opinions on this crime. But I think at some point, they will be able to arrest him, because he is going to commit another crime. Something like OJ, it wasn't the murder he went to jail for, but a robbery of things he felt were his and belonged to him. The same as this guy, he's going to screw up and he's going to be caught. We all have our thoughts and do every once in a while, wonder why this crime has not been solved. :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

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It has always boggled my mind why Stephanie's body was removed from the scene. I find it odd that they would take the time to remove her from the home. It is unusual that they were so unafraid of being caught. It is almost like they knew the setting, they knew nobody would be around and they would have lots of time to do their removal of her remains. I think the pillows and quilt and all were removed to hide her body in a vehicle, be it a truck or car. If it was in the back of a truck, they would have the pillows and quilts over her and there would be no suspicion, if they were stopped. The police would just see quilts and pillows and not even suspect that a body was in the vehicle. This would be a great way to hide her remains. It has to be very upsetting for the people who worked with her and knew her. Hoping always they find out who committed this senseless crime. :o :o :o :o :o :o

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The police usually know who the young offenders are that are repeat offenders. They also have knowledge of who likely would have a violent streak and be capable of such a crime. Maybe they should be checking on YO's in the area and those with a record. Also there are some YO that are quite capable of committing such a crime. Getting DNA from YO  may not be easy. They may have to have probable cause and some kind of evidence to go along with ordering a DNA sample. Or if they knew someone they suspected, they could follow them until they dropped something with their DNA on it. This kind of investigation has been used in the past and has captured a few who were guilty of murder. Hoping this case is not forgotten and fresh eyes are going over these files once in a while and keeping the tips investigated. :o :o :o :o :o :o

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I do hope they get a big drive on the investigation for Jami. We don't want to have this as a cold case. It is quite a while since she went missing and sure does not sound like she just left on her own. A great deal of time has to be put on finding out what happened to Jami. She deserves to be found, whatever has happened to her. Hopefully there will be new information that someone comes forward to solve her disappearance. :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

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Other BC Locations / Re: Marrisa Shen - 13 - murdered - Burnaby, BC
« on: August 26, 2017, 11:44:34 AM »
I heard on the news that the police have 90 persons of interest, well it is better then no clues at all. In all of those 90, the person responsible could be there. It also could be more then one person. I do hope they solve this crime quickly. Children should be very careful not to enter any areas like this by themselves. They should be accompanied by a couple of friends or family members. Thoughts and prayers to everyone in that community. :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

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