Saturday, May 21, 2016

Comments Policy

Now might be a good time to explain the comments policy again.

Because of the number of spam and trollish comments, and because of the sensitive nature of the case, I have to approve every single comment. I try to do this in batches a couple times a day. So when you comment, know it could take some time to post but that I am getting to it as quickly as possible.

The following comments will not be approved:

1. Any comment that suggests a specific person murdered Maura. Nobody has been charged with a crime. In fact, there's no evidence that this is a crime at all. It may be. But let's not directly accuse anyone.

2. Any mean or rude comment about the podcast or the blog or specific people. I'm not sure what that accomplishes.

3. Any comment that suggests police were somehow involved in a conspiracy related to Maura's disappearance. This isn't a place for fan fiction.

As always, I welcome fresh insight and especially suggestions for new avenues of investigation.

Best,
James Renner

11 comments:

  1. "Might be a good time"...

    I laughed, sorry.

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  2. *Countdown 'till Tuesday*

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  3. Not sure if you can answer or approve this comment, but why do you think Fred fingers the NH cops as potential perps? or at the very least guilty of knowledge concerning her body's whereabouts? Do you think he's desperate and irrational or do you think his gut (or M's friend) tells him her running away was a huge possbility and he's stifling inner anger/hurt?

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  4. I wish other pages/sites/groups would follow these rules. Really hating the Renner bashing thats going on lately just before James book comes out. Its really turning me off the case.

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    1. ancientexplorer1989May 22, 2016 at 6:24 PM

      yup. but i persist on the case. i've learned that after high school, there's really no reason to try to impress anyone anymore. you just go on and do the best you can for yourself and others, so to speak. so i don't pay attention to the detractors and any on the drama within the reddits/topix/ whatevers, people that hate what he's doing are entitled to it, but give it a rest. the guy's probably forgotten more facts about this case than the majority will ever know.

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    2. It's not only Renner, it's the podcast guys. I'm grateful for both as we wouldn't know about this case without them. I take them for who they are. I, personally, would never put myself out there like they are. If only every missing person had so many people willing to put themselves out there like this.

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  5. Does anyone know if Maura had an active passport at time she went misiing

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  6. ancientexplorer1989May 22, 2016 at 3:41 PM

    beyond reasonable.

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  7. This case is fascinating because at any point she could've been taken. There's really no proof she was in her car at its final crash.

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    1. She wasn't. I feel she was taken in Massachusetts.

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