Duke Southard

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Back to Stacey and Bobbie

Sometimes I wonder what might happen if every single person who is even remotely connected to the Stacey Burns and/or Bobbie Miller murder cases showed up one day at the Office of the Attorney General and asked (or demanded) that an update on the progress of these investigations be provided. By every single person, I don’t mean just family and friends. I mean everyone, from community members affected by the devastating grief associated with those crimes to those who have only read about the crimes and everyone in between.

I’m not suggesting that the crimes need to be solved at this point-all I’m suggesting is some sort of progress report which may include how much time is being spent investigating these crimes, what has been done in the past, what degree of effort is being put forth to solve the murders- that sort of thing.

By the way, I’m also not suggesting anything about the work being done, only that the lack of any substantive information is disheartening. The answer to this, if any, is guaranteed if the past is any indicator. It will something like “cases like these can be dormant for a long time, then new information comes to light” or the ever popular “we can’t comment on an ongoing investigation” or “we know who did it; we’re just waiting for him/her to crack.”

As I mentioned above, I wonder what would happen if a gathering of hundreds, or even more, requested such an update.

In the tenth year, folks . . .


4 Responses to Back to Stacey and Bobbie

  • Graytanger says:

    I hope some sort of progress in the investigation happens.
    Who took a poly test? Did JV and EB both take them?
    Wonder if Michael Brabants took one.
    Contact the Major Crime Unit, actually harass them and demand updates!


    Justice for Stacey……

    • jim vittum says:

      Stacey’s murder was Sunday morning,I took the test on Wednesday morning. The motive for detectives was to fail me, accuse me, follow me around until the funeral and hopefully scare me into hiding. When you hear that police detectives can lie in search of the truth, believe me, it is just what they do. After my extensive experience with these liars I believe they don’t like being liars, but because N.H. doesn’t try killers, it’s who they have become. Eddie the knife has not cooperated in any way.

  • vittum says:

    The thought of hundreds of people demanding accountability is terrifying to Jeff Strelzin, don’t doubt me. Remember when Stacey’s Wolfeboro friends planned to march to Jeffery’s office FOR SUCH ACCOUNTABILITY? He called up Stacey’s family, used them and co opted the march. These people don’t like us much and are not about to let their incompetence be used against them. So, lets do it, lets blow their fing world and on Mothersday shut down Concord.

  • jimmyskiddem says:

    A man kills his wife and girlfriend, witnesses watch in horror. Shooter drives directly to emergency room, confesses to the crime and is admitted. Along comes Jeffie boy Strelzin and tells us “public not in danger” and turns the killer lose. Ten days go by and finally the killer blows his own head off. If said shooter had stopped by Kingswood, say to even the score on his way to hell would little jeffie strelzin be accountable? no, we would still be stuck with this coward till he either dies or retires, nice.

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