hopefully, Natalee’s case will be next

Dude, 10 years is a long time to wait. It’s just a shame that this guy didn’t confess just 3 months ago, before Jon-Benét’s mother died. Patsy Ramsey died in late June, of ovarian cancer.

You know how OJ got off? Michael Jackson got off? Gary Condit? While they were all acquitted ‘officially’, they were always regarded in a negative context.

Well, I know that ppl (including myself) have always held onto that slight suspicion of Jon-Benét’s parents. I know that poor Patsy (that’s what I’m calling her now, mainly cause I feel badly that I never fully believed her) prob got looks everywhere she went. She prob had ppl coming up to her in public, total strangers that didn’t know her, saying the most horrible things to her. I don’t know this for a fact, I’m just figurin.

It sucks that this took ten years. But at least it’s coming to an end for the family. I hope they find the person responsible for Natalee Holloway’s disappearance soon. I have a feeling that if this goes smoothly for John Mark Karr, it may help bring closure to the lives of others. If he gets a fair & speedy trial, & gets some points for co-operating, then whoever knows something about Natalee’s disappearance will just come forward.

I’m not saying that he should get off; I mean, he still eluded the law for 10 years. That’s a lot of miserable birthdays & holidays. I just think that each side of the story should be heard & taken into account, & as quickly as possible. I think it would set an example so that other’s would be more willing to come forward & confess to the countless unsolved murders/disappearances in this world, or at least this country. I think it’s more important that a family can have closure.

Related stories:
Time mag | Reuters | BBC news | John Ramsey’s interview w/ Barbara Walters

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