On Sunday, I received via e-mail a copy of a petition containing fifteen pages of comments and questions regarding the murder of Stacey Burns with the request to comment and forward to any official offices I felt might react to the points raised in that document. I am assuming it has received wide spread distribution.
I am curious as to how many people out there have seen it. If investigators have seen it, I’d be curious to hear their reaction. It seems to call into question the thoroughness of their investigation by asking many questions about what procedures were carried out, and, by inference, what might have been done but wasn’t.
If, through this blog, I find that it hasn’t had the distribution it deserves, it may be worthwhile to start posting some of most pertinent questions. What do readers think?
By the way, the countdown to anniversary number 8 continues. Eighty four days- do you think we’ll see an arrest by May 10, 2017?
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Eddie’s calling me. I talked to the cops but they just said “well you did accuse him of this” Edward was mad at me and blamed me for the N.H. state police being “up his ass”. it left me feeling kinda sad. Am I going soft? like a “crack in the wall” or should I be worried? just askin. Interesting,anyway, what he said and I’m sure glad N.H. doesn’t require CC permits anymore.
Although I didn’t know Stacy I feel it is important that her killer be brought to justice. It won’t bring her back but it might bring some comfort to her family and friends. Also, a dangerous person is free to do it again.
Our Attorney generals office is under investigation. Expect to see the rats leaving the ship before it goes down. Between vote fraud and selective justice the boys of Mclane are filling their diapers while our elected officials scramble to cover up their own butts. N.H. is EXPOSED !! the Donald can’t be bought and that is a problem for these scumbags.
A Plethora of Suspects? Was and is an important post . Did indeed he or she have a full rage going? I believe yes. Also believe in the manner of killing that it was a she. Also if this is my conclusion , it came about because of the risk the killer took to come into the home with others inside. This is a bit quirky I know. But the killer would have known Stacey and was not only familiar with the home and it’s going on but would have not been suspected as a stranger in the house.
So as a “A Plethora of Suspects? ” goes. I pick number one.
It’s good to hear this is not as isolated as it feels. Did the author use their real name? Does this person have a investigative background? What is sorely missing is a check and balance system to this investigation.
Please bring Stacey’s killer to Justice! I went to high school and college with Stacey. She was a wonderful soul!
I’ve heard way too much about the lack of effort to find her killer. There is work to be done!