Was Stacey Burns involved in some nefarious network of police corruption or “key club” or drug culture in the small town of Wolfeboro?
I don’t believe it but many others who obviously know more than I do believe it. Was her connection to Police Commissioner Lowrey instrumental in causing her brutal murder? Who knows, but there are those who believe it.
Theories abound, mostly because the police have not been forthcoming with any information to dissuade those who buy into these theories from believing them.
I do not have a horse in this race, but there are many who do. Why hasn’t this murder of an innocent young mother of five been solved? One has to believe that there are people out there who might have a lot to lose if the case ever came to court.
Playing the role of devil’s advocate, I’m allowed to guess that there are “important” people who would be hurt if the truth ever comes out. As Stacey lies in her grave these seven years, I wonder if she is proud of Wolfeboro, the New Hampshire State Police, the New Hampshire Attorney’s General Office, and all of her friends and family with the efforts put forth to bring her killer into the courtroom.
Somehow, knowing what I’ve learned about this woman, I’m also guessing that she would be ashamed that her death has not been granted some degree of justice.
What a sad commentary on our so-called system of justice . . .
Does anyone agree with this assessment at this moment in time or am I just whistling in the dark?
Stacey is in God’s hands now. I don’t dwell on getting justice for her but I do dwell on getting justice for the children. No one should have to live with that memory and all those responsible should be held accountable in this life. It is said that a good detective doesn’t believe in coincidence. When those coincidences start to stack up it’s a pattern. Wolfeboro has had more than it’s share of “coincidence” to not at least consider this to be a pattern and worthy of a deeper look. Apparently seeing the forest through the trees is not as simple as it sounds.
Duke, They all know who killed Stacey. It’s now shown to be a political mess. This should have already been in the courts. But hasn’t. My last interview with the states homicide squad was at least disappointing. I felt like they were there for me just out of courtesy. I was actually made a mockery last time in court. Also at the last interview. There are those that know I am right. I respond to your blog now just to let you know that totally out of nowhere,Senator Kelly Ayotes office called me today to ask if the states attorney generals office ever got a hold of me? Told them yes and that I believe that they were not really interested. Had they been? They would have inquired further. All they said at the end is that they were going to ask the suspect if she did it. You go figure. This is nothing but corruption. Even at the state level…………..Dan