Saturday, January 9, 2016

I Don't Support the Petition

A couple weeks ago, a petition was started by Wolfman to have the F.B.I. look into Maura Murray's disappearance. The family's official Facebook account is supporting this initiative, too. However, I am not linking to it. Why?

Well, for about a billion reasons.

Mostly, though, because the FBI have been involved since about day 2. They did some investigation on the case and -- I strongly believe -- continue to do a little consulting with police on it to this day. I've spoken to an FBI agent in Boston who worked on the case. But Fred Murray and others have made it a kind of battle cry -- getting the FBI to "take over" the case from New Hampshire State Police. I think it's nothing but a distraction.

So, I'm not sure what they're trying to accomplish when the F.B.I. have been involved since 2004. Do they want them to get "really, really extra" involved?

Part of it, too, is to support this notion that local law enforcement had something to do with Maura's disappearance. That idea is simply ludicrous.

The petition is not going to change anything. You know what will? Fred Murray, Kate Markopoulos, and Sara Alfieri answering some basic questions about the weekend leading up to Maura's disappearance. That would be more helpful to figuring out what happened to Maura than a hundred meaningless petitions.



97 comments:

  1. Maybe the FBI needs to give Fred, Sara, and Kate all lie detector tests, and go from there. Would Fred want the FBI involved if they start asking him hard questions?


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    1. Fred has asked for the FBI since the beginning. Why would a guilty man do anything of the sort. Damn people how long will it take to get this through your heads.

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    2. None of them would be under any obligation to take a lie detector test given by the FBI or anyone else for that matter. In fact, nobody in any case can ever be forced to take one by any authority (FBI, police, etc.).

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    3. Matty Man; guilty people do that kind of thing all the time. Why? because they think they're smarter than the police. Or because they want to look as innocent as possible. Many murderers not only join in the search for their victims, but go out of their way to "cooperate" with police and involve themselves as much as possible in the case.

      It's basically the same reason why guilty people take lie detector tests all the time, even though they know there is a good chance it'll show they are lying. If they say no, it looks bad, and they look more guilty. If they say yes, then they hope they pass, and dismiss the results as unreliable if they don't, using the same logic you are to dismiss Fred: why would they take a lie detector test if they are guilty? because of course a guilty person who never do anything of the sort... except they do. All the time.

      I'm not saying Fred is guilty of anything (aside from being evasive), but the fact that he's been asking for assistance from the FBI is hardly slam-dunk proof that he's not holding anything back regarding Maura's disappearance, or what happened in the time leading up to it.

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    4. Polygraph tests are unreliable. There is a reason why they are not allowed as evidence and inadmissible in a court of law.

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    5. Antonia: precisely. Thank you.

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    6. Even though lie detectors test arent aloud in court rooms for evidence, there still telling.
      Police still ask people to take them because its a very great tool for them to use to see if a person is lying or not. Most people can't pass them if there lying.

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  2. Don't you think the FBI could pour more resources into the case? Also, even if the police weren't involved in Maura's disappearance , and I can't argue with you there, isn't it possible that they have been negligent in their investigation thus providing the need for FBI involvement? Not trying to debate you, I know too little to have an opinion on this. Just earnest questions here.

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    1. Hi James- I didn't realize the FBI were already involved. I'm confused- if that is the case, then do you know why Fred and the Murray family would support the petition (and prior to the petition, recently state that they personally feel the FBI needs to be brought in?). Wouldn't Fred of all people know their level of involvement? It's strange that he would call for this knowing they were involved....

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    2. Why is Fred lying, saying the family wants them to look into it, or it's their only hope, if he's on the straight and narrow it makes sense. What if it was your child, wouldn't you want them to handle it, I know I would rather than a small town local police. I think the Haverhill Police has a better chance of being corrupt than a highly scrutized federal department, in my opinion.

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    3. I will say it only one more time, get Richard Walter from Vidocq society, he has closed, very cold cases with 100% success rate. John Douglas from the FBI is good but Richard is in a league of his own.

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  3. No question that although some people close to the case barely have cooperated, I think the writing on the wall is that this is supposedly the most expensive case in the state of NH and they've had over ten years to crack it. Also with renewed pressure some will finally talk.

    I say let someone else take a shot at it. It can't hurt. If anything is a distraction, it's online trolls who pump their disinformation, such as the pr!cks who post as Maura or in cute anagrams or Oh! say we can find such and such buried under the 10 yard line at Foxboro Stadium. Those ARE distractions.

    I'm very disappointed.

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    1. DITTO Mac.......

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    2. I agree, this is sorta their last and only option, it seems the locals are annoyed and don't care that a human being is missing, I hope one day it's one of their own, so then they wished they came forward, small town mentality is what it is. People are safer visiting New York at least people have the balls to step forward with information rather than being cowards.

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    3. Chewing up the budget in a search is key to a good disappearance, Frank Ahearn would agree.

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  4. I agree. But unfortunately, the odds of Fred, Kate and Sara answering any questions about that weekend are about as likely as me running into a unicorn.

    Fred Murray's deluded logic that nothing about that weekend matters still makes me shake my head in disbelief.

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    1. "You know what will? Fred Murray, Kate Markopoulos, and Sara Alfieri answering some basic questions about the weekend leading up to Maura's disappearance."
      ...Can I get an Amen & Hallelujah !!!

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    2. Yes u can TheMJWarren Amen And Hallelujah..

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    3. What if they know nothing, or worse they end up dying tragically soon then what? I say drill the witness's as if they are terrorists, whatever it takes to abstract the information. Truth serum, torture doesn't matter, just get the damn truth out of the tight lipped no folders.

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  5. Well I disagree. The more people on the case the better. You never back up your statements James. Why is it ludicrous?

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    1. Jody. Good God. The FBI are involved already.

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    2. NO they are not. they were utilized very little in mass. when they spoke with maura's high school friends back in early 2004. They never spoke with UMASS college friends.

      Their involvement was minimal to say the least and has been absent for years.

      THINK AGAIN.

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    3. Are you serious? It's so irritating when people say James doesn't back up his statements. Clearly you haven't read this blog from the beginning, because the FBI has been involved.

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    4. They may have interviewed a few people, but they didn't even get her phone records for gods sake, what kind of investigation is this. I'm sure if it was like related to a politician or president she would've been found, ignorance is bliss, the FBI is very blissful indeed.

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    5. Also the fact James Renner has a blog with a lot of facts, is in fact James backing up what he says.

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  6. I support the petition because my understanding is that the NHSP refused FBI involvement. My understanding is that the FBI only was involved with Massachsetts LE. In addition, I do not know for a fact that Sara and Kate have not disclosed everything they know to the FBI. I also don't know for a fact that anything they know has direct relevance to Maura's disappearance.

    There is growing speculation that the NHSP and local police have as much to hide as anyone else in this mystery. Given the alleged inconsistencies in the NHSP's investigation, I believe bringing in the FBI to scour all evidence collected in NH, and a close review of NHSP practices, may help solve the case. Maybe nothing new or useful would be uncovered, but it's worth trying, and would be reassuring if LE were officially exonerated.

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    1. And if the FBI is corrupt, how does that help anyone?maybe that's why they are not wanting to get more involved than they already are.

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    2. My understanding is that the FBI is not and never has been involved in NH for this case because the NHSP refused their help. Only MA LE accepted the FBI's help.

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    3. The word "corrupt" is being thrown around more frequently these days. What do you mean by "corrupt"? Were the FBI taking bribes, covering up important evidence, or knowingly withholding the solution to the case?

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    4. Exactly, they have no reason to be corrupt, this conspiracy bullshit has to end, it's nonsense.

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  7. Not commenting on Maura's case specifically, but making a general observation: James, a branch of the law "being involved" in a particular case is a different animal than a branch of the law being at the helm of a case. I've seen a number of cases where family and others called for an investigation going nowhere to be turned over to a higher/different authority.

    Whether you agree with the motive you assign to this petition (to investigate wrongdoing on the part of the NH police), it's an unfair characterization to ask whether the petitioners want the FBI to get "really, really involved." Usually, the motive is to move the case into the hands (and control)) of what is seen as a more competent agency in a stalled case.

    Twelve years is a stalled case. I can't blame the family for wanting a change in leadership.

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  8. If they aren't talking what do they expect the FBI to do? Read their minds and go from there apparently....

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  9. James what's your opinion on where Mauras car was stored for 4 days after it was recovered as discussed on latest podcast.would be interested to hear what you think

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  10. If the FBI did get involved completely, what's the worst that can happen, they have endless tools to solve this damn mess.

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    1. One question James, are the FBI involved yet? Lol Geez Louise, I feel your pain. There are so many sheep, a few malevolent shepherds and one big bad Wolf being a puppet master here. I haven't figured out if this case just presented an excellent opportunity for someone with an ax to grind or if there are multiple people here trying to accomplish the same thing. Either way, the outcome is sad and the number of people taking the bait is terrifying.

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    2. If the FBI is already involved then great. if they aren't then the push is good. I see no harm in the petition. It is a win win situation.

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    3. If they are involved who is the lead investigator, also on all things about MAURA, if you have anything to provide, provide it to the police, how does that work? Maybe they should declare her dead in absentia, and just put it in a box and forget about it, cause that's what's going to happen.

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    4. No sheep @chefsgirl just a he'll of a lot of bloody lies, mind you it's these lies that make a very good mystery, in my opinion.

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  11. Didn't the FBI speak with some of Maura's friends, family members, witnesses around the accident scene, police officers in 2004? What conclusion did they come to?
    Perhaps Fred wants the FBI involved because he feels this is the only way Maura will be found. Whether alive or not.
    When the truth is spoke, it'll Always be the same- when lies are told, they'll change overtime.
    When a person goes missing, you should always look into the days before they disappeared. It could hold the clue to what happened to them.





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    1. On what level is the FBI involved? What makes you so sure it's ludicrous to assume police involvement? I'm not arguing with you just want to know why you make statements without explaining why you think that way. Do you know things we don't? Tell us why you think it's ludicrous. Also I tend to think the events of that weekend are personal and none of our business. If it's important to the case I'm sure everyone involved has spoken to LE but not the media. You haven't shown us any proof that Kate and Sara did not cooperate with LE so I tend to believe they did. I'm losing confidence in your investigative techniques.

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  12. Very interesting. it seems like most think the FBI could help. It only makes sense that a new set of eyes could possibly produce information was overlooked before.

    My feeling is "let them have at it, what can it hurt and if Mr Murray is guilty he will go down with the rest.' But i highly doubt that considering he has asked for the FBI from the first week.

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  13. The Petition is NOT about conspiracy theories. It's about a completely BOTCHED investigation that needs every tool from the toolbox on location. Location, location, location. That's key here. Yes, absolutely the periphery matters. But it's what went down THERE in Haverhill that ultimately matters most.

    FACT: The Saturn was not "... actually taken into custody as evidence until June 28th of 2004".

    So you want NH to continue to run this case? Tell me ... WHY was NHSP Chuck West not allowing the case to go to The FBi in May 2004 after Pi Terry O'Connell convinced Fed reps to take over the case? It's all right there in SOCO magazine.

    Oh ... one more thing. WHY was the Saturn towed from the scene to Mike Lavoie's personal garage? WHY was the car unlocked when Fred finally got to it the Friday following MM's disappearance?

    If these two examples don't scream incompetence I don't know what does.

    Lastly, how is the FBi currently involved? Evidence, please. Because it contradicts strongly what the family knows and wants.

    It's not about us. It's about the family. This is what The Murrays want.

    PS: The Petition is closing in on only 3000 signatures. We need more. MUCH more. Close this festering boil of a case!

    MAKE. THIS. HAPPEN.

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    1. The car possibly could of been unlocked because the police got a Search Warrant to enter the car and possibly just not of locked it back.

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  14. The fact that people CLOSE to her support it should tell you nothing prior to her being in NH matters.

    I am not saying the NH cops are suspect, though I know a lot of shady cops who have their hands in hugely scandalous things. I am saying that with the weird eye witness testimonies, the weird behavior of people in NH, and timing of driveby witnesses and cop behavior, that her disappearance has zero to do with what happened in Mass.

    And I guarantee Fred would not be exasperated, and Sara and Kate would not be living happily if they thought they know what happened to her/where she is.

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    1. "And I guarantee Fred would not be exasperated, and Sara and Kate would not be living happily if they thought they know what happened to her/where she is."

      This type of "all-knowing" comment drives me nuts; how can you guarantee it? That's an extremely strong statement. You are making many wild assumptions in this comment, when you actually have nothing more than a theory of what happened, and can't "guarantee" anything.

      Assumptions you have made:

      - unless you personally know Sara and Kate, you can't for a fact have any idea if they are "living happily". Just because their lives have gone on and they have celebrated or completed certain milestones in life like getting married that are public record doesn't mean they are living a happy, carefree life. Things are not always as they appear. Plus, after so many years, life moves on. For example, families of murder victims move on, they don't just remain in limbo for the rest of their lives. Some get married and start families, etc., but that doesn't mean their lives aren't affected by the loss of their family member.


      - You are also making assumptions about their feelings/attachment to Maura. Sometimes someone might seem like a really close trustworthy friend, and it turns out they didn't really care much about the other person. Just because they were known to be friends with Maura doesn't mean that they would be necessarily be absolutely devastated if something bad happened to her.

      Also, if you're going with that theory that they couldn't be happy if they knew what happened, why, if they are that close to her, would they be any less devastated or unhappy by not knowing? Knowing would probably be easier to get over than having no answers.

      - You are assuming that if they know what happened to her or where she is, that it's something horrible that they have knowledge of. If you were to go with the theory that they helped her escape some sort of bad situation and go into hiding to protect herself, why would that hamper their happiness? If they knew she was alive and well somewhere, and was just in hiding, they'd have no reason to be unhappy.

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    2. How can you say that nothing that happened prior to her being in NH matters?!? The events that lead Maura to be on that stretch of road are a crucial part of the investigation. Had Maura never taken that fateful trip she would most likely not be a missing person today. The actions of a missing person in the days or weeks before they disappear hold valuable clues.

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  15. I'm not sure exactly how it works, but I think there's probably a difference between the FBI "being involved" in the sense of, they were consulted and looped in, vs. the FBI steping in, "pulling rank", taking all the files, taking over the case, putting dedicated agents on it, and geting the job done. Maybe the latter is what they're petitioning for.

    In either event, I have a hard time imagining either the NH cold case squad or the FBI is planning on dedicating any significant resources to putting this thing to bed after all these years - which is why the citizen investigation here is absolutely vital to ever finding out what happened.

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  16. The FBI doesn't have to be invited into a case--they can just take a case if they so desire. Lower jurisdictional agencies cannot refuse FBI jurisdiction.

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    1. No the FBI can't just take a case, and yes lower agencies can refuse the FBI.

      The FBI can't just take over any criminal investigation as they please. They have no jurisdiction over state or local agencies unless it was a federal offense that was committed. Even then, the FBI doesn't just take over the case, they work with the other agencies.

      The FBI can assist other agencies in non-federal crimes only if asked for assistance. They cannot step in on their own where they have no jurisdiction.

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    2. It is Haverhill, the crime solving capital of the states, that's why help isn't needed, yeah right.

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  17. I'm a firm believer that the FBI deal is a huge distraction. To my understanding, the case lacks the type of evidence necessary to warrant the FBI's interest, let alone full on investigation. They may be involved peripherally, but won't be any more involved until evidence warrants it.

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  18. Thank you .I have been saying since day one that the FBI has done an investigation of their own, regardless of what N.H.S.P wanted.

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  19. Can someone explain who Wolfman is? Is he John Smith? Truth Teller? Confusing....

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    1. I think he is the blog guy with the balls. Seems like others lack that quality.

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    2. John Smith is Wolfman and TruthSeeker

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    3. And he has SEVERAL other monikers all posting in this blog and some in this thread. If you pay attention to linguistics it's not hard to figure out who he is. He often posts as someone agreeing with himself (in another carnation). Must have lots of time :)

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    4. chefsgirl, I'm so glad I'm not the only one that noticed that! It is so weird seeing him have a conversation with himself.

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    5. Some people, myself included have used alias', why? A LOT of friggin nutcases and we have families and children, plain and simple.

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    6. And he puts others down for being Anonymous , although he wasn't using his real name either... I don't think using Mrs. Understood as his name, is any different than using Anonymous.
      I don't use my name because I have a family and there's a lot of nut jobs out there. We're here to discuss the Maura Murray case, not what name we use to post our opinions and thoughts.
      It doesn't make anyone less of a person by not using there real name.

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  20. I'm with you. Hope we're right.

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  21. The FBI would only get involved if there was an interstate crime committed, so I have to assume their original conclusion was that if a crime was committed, it didn't occur in an interstate fashion. If someone has some evidence or information that would change that conclusion, then they would probably have to speak up for the FBI to reconsider the case.

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    1. That's not true, the FBI is involved in a variety of investigations that don't involve interstate crimes. They can become involved in any criminal investigation if requested, regardless of whether it falls into a category they have jurisdiction over or not. Now, if no one requests their assistance, and they don't have jurisdiction, that's another story.

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  22. At the risk of being tarred & feathered, until FM, Kathleen M, Julie M & maybe even little bro KNM come forward *willingly* & tell LE EVERYthing they know about M leading UP TO the days before Rte 112 @ 7:00ish I cant support asking for help from the FBI. Its kinda like asking to borrow money from a friend~ after you just carelessly blew your own paycheck. The fam has to 100% do their part if they are asking the FBI for their time & resources. Fred's attitude regarding events prior to 2.09.04 "not mattering" & discouraging people (high school & college friends) to talk to investigators, are mind numbing & frankly not his decision to make IF is asking a federal agency for assistance.

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    1. Think about it MJ.

      If the FBI becomes involved all those things you just stated will happen. Fred, kate, Sarah, Kat, Julie and more will all be investigated and gone over with a fine tooth comb.

      The FBI is the best way to open all the avenues instead of keeping it a one way street.

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    2. ~ They've had 12yrs to tell LE absolutely everything they know & have chosen not too - ONLY disclosing what they choose too... The FBI isnt going to magically cure selective memory(s) OR turn them all into Fletcher Reede for a day..... no offense to you, MattyMan

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    3. "Fred, kate, Sarah, Kat, Julie"

      Sorry for the gaff. Wish we could edit. Retract, no.

      That line should have read: "Fred, Kate, Sarah, Kathleen, Julie ..."


      One more comment on JR's position: "They did some investigation ... I strongly believe ... continue to do a little ..."

      Some and a little? Nope, not nearly good enough.

      Bring Maura or the truth of what happened home to The Murrays. Now.

      To Compare: WHY is Steven Avery more important? Nearly 400,000 signatures for his sorry arse? MM committed no major crime, is probably dead and her petition doesn't even have 3000 signatures. Not promising.

      Sign. Now. Better, also write them directly.

      Thank You.

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    4. Matty Man, I apologize. For some idiot reason I thought I posted that. Scotch the above and 1000 whips with a wet noodle go to me.

      Jebuz ...

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    5. If she is in hiding and something happens to her, her friends should take some of the responsibility, if they know something, then serve a prison term for obstructing justice.

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  23. If the family supports the petition, we should support it. What more needs to be said?

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  24. The FBI was needs a. Hic. Check the statue signals. I'm coo coo for cocoa puffs.

    What the fuck is the point of having A BULLSHIT BLOG that cant tolerate FUCKING FEDERAL LAW ?

    ASS HAT.

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  25. "I'm a firm believer that the FBI deal is a huge distraction."

    How is LE a distraction to a missing person investigation?

    I don't understand this thinking at all.

    Now, endless online chatter, overflowing testosterone, petty turf fights, wild unsubstantiated theories, petty virtual hair pulling, people half-familiar with the case spreading rumors, trolls who deliberately plant disinformation for a thrill, grand-standing attention seekers, anonymous folks with gargantuan egos who write endless digital prose without offering facts, – THOSE are distractions.

    We don't want The FBi "involved". We want The FBi to TAKE THE CASE. Period.

    Thank You.

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    1. Nail. On. Head.

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    2. How is the FBI a huge distraction, they have floors of scientists we can only imagine of, you seldom hear of the FBI being incompetent, plus they have solved trillions more cases then a tiny police shop that argue over whose area is whose and are blindfolded by politics and money.

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    3. Not the FBI themselves....the fact that they are trying to get them involved, one person in particular. It's deflecting.

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    4. If it is deflecting(regardless it is) then John Smith must know this, if so he knows the truth then.

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    5. The again maybe the FBI shouldn't get involved, if they weren't any help then, they certainly won't be of use now. Local police can't find her either, what's next cub scouts, since we're retroverting to smaller and smaller units, until the Maura box gets put in a closet and forgotten. I can't see it going any other way, I guess there's no use in trying to solve it, the big guns can't.

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  26. On an early episode of the podcast you discussed how Maura could be using her own name and SSN, but only the FBI could access that information. It sounded like you meant no one knows if she's doing this because the FBI hasn't looked into it. Is it possible the FBI has checked out her SSN and not made the info public? Or was this not part of their investigation?

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    1. All someone has to do is a credit check on her social security number, for some interesting tid bits.

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  27. "Can someone explain who Wolfman is? Is he John Smith? Truth Teller?"

    John Smith is a New Hampshire resident who has followed the case closely nearly since the beginning. He has posted here and elsewhere under various aliases (correct me anytime if I'm wrong): John "Wolfman" Smith, John "Wolfman", "Det Columbo", "Miss Understood", "Truth Seeker" and probably a few others. There's a "John Smith" on YouTube but that's not him. He runs a small Private Investigation out of Bethlehem, NH. He began a blog on his own in December that takes another approach to the case.

    The "Wolfman" moniker comes from that he has acted in a local NH attraction.

    He is controversial. To me, no. He has admitted that by pot stirring people will talk. If that gets people's back up, so be it. He doesn't care. I understand his position on this. He wants the case closed. Oh ... and if a few people screwed this case up, he wants them called out, too. Nothing wrong in this. It's called "accountability".

    Do I know him personally? No. I have exchanged emails over the past few weeks and offered help. I think he's one of the good guys in all this.

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  28. Again, where is the proof her family and friends have not cooperated in the investigation? I honestly think some of you, James included, are barking up the wrong tree. Stick to facts. Too much speculation, not enough proof to back it up.

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    1. How can you say James and others are barking up the wrong tree, when what happened to Maura is unknown. Every theory has speculation because Maura's whereabouts are unknown.
      When a person goes missing, you should look into there life and what they had been doing prior to there disappearance.
      Fact- Maura had a breakdown at work on Thursday Feb. 5
      * Fred came to town on Sat with 4,000 for a new car for Maura- he withdrew the money from 8 different ATM's
      * No new car, no one remembers seeing them car shopping, Kate said Maura didn't mention getting a new car
      * Fred said Maura's car was unreliable, smoking something fierce, and she was having to catch rides to clinicals, but the Saturn made a 2.5 hour trip to Haverhill, NH. As of Dec.15, 03 Maura had been driving the Saturn. Her e-mail to her high school friends on 12-15 said the snow plow here sucks, my Saturn got stuck again, I'm screwed for tomorrow." This shows Maura's car had been drivable right before Christmas break. Also, they had only been back at school for about 9 days. How many clinicals had she been to, and who did she ride with?
      * Fred took 2 years to do a formal statement with NH state police

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    2. How do you know James and others are barking up the wrong tree? Every theory needs to be thoroughly investigated because Maura's whereabouts are unknown.

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  29. the proof is everywhere, JodyW. Do your homework.

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  30. On youtube, there is a video from an early on news clip about the FBI involvement in the case. It states that NH law enforcement was working with the FBI for background checks to try to establish her frame of mind prior to the crash.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5L2BPg8IWg

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    1. Thanks for sharing! This is a great clip.

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    2. It is basically useless. they said they were doing background checks on Maura to find out her state of mind. LOL.

      That was their involvement.

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    3. But were the FBI on "double secret probation involvement" in the case?

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  31. The Whitman Hanson Express has an article up about the petition and it includes this comment from an FBI spokesperson: “The FBI is assisting New Hampshire Sate Police and we’re going to defer to them as they are the lead agency,” spokesman Kristen Setera of the Boston FBI office said in a prepared statement this week. “Due to the fact that there is an ongoing investigation, we have to decline further comment.”

    http://whitmanhansonexpress.com/petition-seeks-action-on-murray-mystery/

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  32. How in gods name can the Local Police say they don't need locals help, when they haven't even solved it, if a killer did get Maura perhaps they kept a trophy, like her license. The answers are usually in the questions. I'm glad my children haven't gone missing in Haverhill, they have their own agenda.

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