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Re: “The question persists: Who killed the kids in West Memphis?

However, pedophiles rarely kill their victims and I'm not aware of torture being a part of the pedophile scene. Therefore the killer(s) were most likely connected to drug traffic going through West Memphis or corruption involving someone very important. It's possible just one or maybe two(less possible) or all 3 witnessed(least possible) the crime & the others were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Look for deep, heavy, serious and deadly drug dealers or bad, corrupt officials who have lots to lose....Ron Rosen, MD

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Posted by Ron Rosen on 11/02/2015 at 9:05 PM

Re: “The question persists: Who killed the kids in West Memphis?

If its a pedophile, He will repeat his crime & the odds are high these weren't his first & won't be his last. Looking for pedophiles interested in boys around this age in this region is important. On the other hand if the killer needed to cover up corruption or drug traffic which was viewed because of oversight on their part this may be a single crime which is specific to itself. My heart goes out to the families who are suffering such a tremendous loss.Ron Rosen, MD

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Posted by Ron Rosen on 11/02/2015 at 6:25 PM

Re: “The question persists: Who killed the kids in West Memphis?

In AddITION::Dumping the bodies into water would certainly get rid of lots of evidence including sperm & fingerprints & fiber evidence too. The actual 'kill site' was somewhere else & afterwards the bodies were placed in the river...Does anyone know whether there were anal lacerations?Does anyone know if the bodies were tied or even tortured before dying???The killer knew what he was doing & this was a organized, planned killing. Lots of drug traffic moves through West Memphis........... RMR

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Posted by Ron Rosen on 11/02/2015 at 6:10 PM

Re: “The question persists: Who killed the kids in West Memphis?

NOT TRUE. The person or person's committing this group killing were NOT serial's. It shows NONE of the classical signs of anything serial. This murder was because of one, two or all of the boys. In my humble opinion this is about a killer or killers needing to hide a crime & simply needing to dispose of evidence. Its either an attempt to hide a sexual crime or a drug crime. That's WHY this crime hasn't been repeated. Serials usually earmark a particular type woman NOT a group of young boys!!!!...Or one of the boys saw something very serious & dangerous & all three were killed to leave NO TRACE. Its tough as a killer to immobilize & kill 3 kids so the chance of a accomplice is high. Ron Rosen, MD

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Posted by Ron Rosen on 11/02/2015 at 4:27 PM

Re: “The question persists: Who killed the kids in West Memphis?

The investigation & handling of this crime scene indicates how archaic & backward the Arkansas law enforcement & judicial system actually is? That the federal government allowed this quality of investigation to proceed without federal intervention is a mystery. This charade of a investigation would be funny & a laughing matter if it wasn't about 3 8yr olds untimely & cruel deaths. For most true investigators reviewing the data & how it was gathered its clear these 3 adolescent boys were marked from the beginning. There was a absence of hard evidence & linkage was poor at best to indite these 3 boys. This investigation needed to much wider scope & has left many unanswered questions which the investigation should have covered and resolved. A very very poor criminal investigation supported by the very backward State of Arkansas... It should be a major source of embarrassment to the voting citizens of Arkansas showing prejudicial. pre-determined & incomplete & shoddy law enforcement investigation & a judicial system which endorses this & just understands punishment. Arkansas is a uncivilized, barbaric state with poorly trained civil servants & a black mark on the USA. Its a good reason never to vote for a Clinton. RMR

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Posted by Ron Rosen on 08/22/2015 at 6:15 PM

Re: “The question persists: Who killed the kids in West Memphis?

The black man covered in blood & dirty water was seen at Bojangles Restaurant but never identified. The blood which was on the wall of the restaurant was never gathered for testing because the Chief of Police already knew who he was going to pin the crime on?? Does anyone doubt that this crime may have taken more than 1 adult?? Could the black man in BoJangles restaurant be Stubbs partner in crime trying to get out of town? Why do you think the police overlooked the blood & the chance to question this unidentified man?? Ron Rosen,MD

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Posted by Ron Rosen on 08/22/2015 at 12:27 AM

Re: “'Devil's Knot' follow-up, 'Dark Spell,' debuts

Was there one shred of concrete evidence linking these 3 boys to the crime scene?? Was the whole case built on circumstantial evidence? This case needs to be re-opened because these 3 boys never committed these crimes & were found guilty because the community beforehand knew there was something wrong & scary about these 3 boys being into satanic worship so they were marked guilty before the trial. The murderer(s) is still out there??? The hair evidence found in one of the ties is very significant. It means that person was at the scene of this crime. What is the State of Arkansas going to do?? Why isn't the investigation still open?? Ron Rosen,MD

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Posted by Ron Rosen on 08/12/2015 at 2:55 AM

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