Well thank you RiT. You, too, have spoken from experience and whether that is appreciated by some or not, I appreciate hearing your opinion about this case.<quoted text>
Like JM said, it really is true that when you use your cell and cant see everything, it is very easy to pick the voices out of a crowd! It is a matter of wading through because I will be darned if someone (or ones) with the mentality of a 7th grader will run me off. Karen matters more than their pathetic baloney, and she have justice.
On another note, Dawg, I am so sorry that you have had so much to overcome from childhood. I believe that those things that shape us tend to bring out the extremes in us, I am very grateful that your extreme is on the light side and not the dark. You broke the cycle, that speaks volumes about your character to me. God bless you.
I know I'm very opinionated but feel that I'm fair at the same time. That's my intentions, anyway.
One thing that you have always stood with me about is how divorces are generally settled when children and common assets are involved. The media really beat the drum over Karen continuing to live in the home after filing for divorce. I think the old adage, "Posession is nine tenths of the law" applies here. She had no intentions of taking her children into strange surroundings. Whether she agreed to allow David to stay in the house is debatable. I tend to believe that he agreed to leave, but then reneged once Karen and the girls returned from their trip. But even the reneging wasn't going to change how the terms of the divorce was going to turn out. Again, I'm speaking in general terms. None of us will ever know what the terms of the divorce would have turned out to be. Something happened that suddenly caused the divorce to become moot.
To me, it's obvious. Karen was murdered over greed and jealousy.