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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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Besani, he died not knowing where his daughter was. This was certainly a very mysterious case in Nova Scotia. That someone could go missing in the early afternoon in August in broad daylight, is mind boggling. I do believe that someone just grabbed her right in an isolated area, in a parking lot, especially if someone had a van. That is the only thing I can think of, because of the fact that she was meeting people and had plans. She would not take a drive with someone, because she had plans. The person who took her may not even have been from the area. Summer is the time of a lot of tourists in Nova Scotia and they come from everywhere. I don't think it will ever be solved. It has to be difficult for families when they have to live a life time of not knowing what happened to a loved one.  :o :o :o :o :o :o

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Nish, so nice to hear that you knew Stephanie. She kind of sounds just like I imagined her in my mind. It's like when you're reading a book, you have a picture in your mind of how the person looks and their personality. She sounds like she liked her cups of tea. She sounds like the people in our area, you always say to someone when they come in, especially in winter, "do you want a cup of tea", most times it's yes. And even now, I say the same thing, tea or coffee.  It is such a sad thing to not know where she is, especially for her family. Not to be able to lay her to rest. I do hope there is some kind of a memorial in her honor, just to lay some flowers and say a prayer. It is now 11 years, a long time. Once again, nice to hear from someone who knew her.  :o :o :o :o :o :o

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I think the police have checked all of the information about Sonia and any dating site she may have used. These women are crazy to go on these sites, they even let the person know where they live. Last year in the US, a mother of two dated someone from an online profile. She left her children with her mom and she went out with her date. The person she went out with lied about their profile, said they were in the military, uniform and all. She took him home to her apartment. She did not come the next day to pick up her children. This man murdered the mother of two and cut her up in little pieces. This just happened within the past year. I urge any women out there that this is what you are facing, if you are careless in not knowing anything about the person. There are also other stories, which I just watched a show yesterday. The person was a serial rapist and was giving his victims drinks with a sedative in it. He had a fake profile and would set them up to believe the man they were dating had not come home yet. There was no such man, he had created a fake profile of a handsome man looking for a date. He was caught and convicted of his crimes and is now serving life in prison. This just took place in 2014. So beware anyone using a dating service, be it male or female.  It is hard to believe that Sonia's murder has not been solved. It makes me believe that it was someone who was travelling from place to place in a working capacity. We have done so much discussion on Sonia. Nobody should die in the manner this young woman did, it is very sad. Hopefully on the 29th of this month that a memorial will bring some fresh evidence. :o :o :o :o :o

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General Discussion / Re: Child porn crossing the border with Haitians
« on: August 21, 2017, 08:38:09 AM »
Trudeau continues to not make emphasis on the rules. The recent violence in Quebec shows what is going to happen, this is what some of the protesters were protesting. They were against the illegal crossing at our borders and they were against terrorism and defined it as not racist, just want  the rules to be followed in Canada, in relation to immigration. :o :o :o :o :o

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General Discussion / Re: Child porn crossing the border with Haitians
« on: August 20, 2017, 06:00:21 PM »
This is the problem with letting them come across the border illegally and then processing them here. Even the Minister of Immigration is saying to put a halt to it, he says it and wants the PM to say it. He is telling them not to come illegally across the border, to apply in the US, but they continue to come. There will be great confusion and trouble with what is going on now. Who is to say they are not going to sneak away from the place they have them housed. I don't think it is secure enough and that some will really just leave on their own and nobody will know who is here and where they are. :( :( :( :( :( :(

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General Discussion / Re: Child porn crossing the border with Haitians
« on: August 19, 2017, 10:07:51 AM »
If they have child pornography in their possession, just put their ass  right back over the border, no if's, and's or but's. Why are our tax dollars paying to sift through this crap. If they are predators, what in the hell do we want them for. That is Trudeau's fault, oh yeah, come one, come all and he doesn't clarify one damned bit about who he wants. He doesn't say, well if you have crime on your mind and pornography of any kind, don't even put your foot on our soil. No, he doesn't say anything about how they should be conducting themselves. I say, march them right back to Trump and let him use the American cash to send them back to Haiti. Nobody minds  helping others, but we don't want pedophiles and gang members and low lifes. There will be a great many of those coming across the border that will be going right back to Haiti and sooner then they think. Everyone should have a fair chance in life, but when you abuse the process, you're out and never coming back. Someone has to get control of the whole damned thing before it gets out of control.  That is my rant for today on this issue.  :( :( :( :( :( :(

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I am sure that the police would know if there was a connection and would like to close this case. They must have other information on the person's suicide and possibly had his own family problems of some sort and they knew why he took his own life. This is a very strange case and can't believe it was not solved. It may have been someone who does work and travels from city to city and are long gone, who killed Sonia. The fact that there were prints of work boots that were at the crime scene, is a big clue.  The person who committed this crime was surely not out dancing for the evening in work boots. Also the investigators say that Shelly's attack and Sonia's were not connected. There must be some knowledge they have of these crimes to say they are not connected. They cannot tell us everything they have because they have to keep facts to themselves in order to get the killer. I would say they have DNA or particular facts that do not add up to Sonia's murder and Shelly's attack being committed by the same person. I do truly feel at some point they are going to get the killer, maybe by someone who is going to spill their guts when they have too much liquor in them. Someone already knows who committed those crimes and they are not coming forward. I would urge anyone who does know anything about these crimes to please call the Orangeville detectives on this case or Shelly's case. You may save someone else's life.  Also someone protecting anyone who has committed those crimes could be charged for not coming forward and protecting a killer. I do hope at the anniversary of Sonia's murder, that someone will come forward with information. :o :o :o :o :o :o

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