Investigators Believe Amanda Jones Le...

Investigators Believe Amanda Jones Letter Not Viable

There are 7 comments on the KSDK-TV Saint Louis story from Aug 1, 2008, titled Investigators Believe Amanda Jones Letter Not Viable. In it, KSDK-TV Saint Louis reports that:

Investigators are following up on a letter sent to a Hillsboro, Missouri man about the disappearance of a 28-year-old pregnant Pevely woman.

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How awful

United States

#2 Nov 10, 2008
How can you be so totally cold hearted, what a complete witch you are. I happen to know Amanda, & her family, for you to come on here & be so completely rude & ignorant is just awful. She was a wonderful person, & mother.
How do you know she is dead, we all thought Shawn Hrnbeck was too, but guess what, he's not. So why don't you shut your rude, ignorant mouth until you know what you are talking about.
Donna D

Aliso Viejo, CA

#3 Nov 14, 2008
Amanda's dead. Because if she wasn't dead, she'd be home with her little girl and family.

Why don't you take off your rose colored glasses and accept the fact that she is gone? You can call me rude and ignorant all you want. Awful? Not as awful as the boyfriend who murdered her. Give me a friggin' break.

If Amanda was so wonderful - and I'm sure she was a good person - the father of her baby would have married her and maybe today she would still be around. My point is, when you lay down with dogs you get up with fleas.

Amanda didn't deserve to die. But the sad reality is that some mothers leave their children home so they can barhop looking for "male companionship". While it's not a crime to do that, Amanda simply made poor social choices that ended up with tragic results.

Get over it.
How awful wrote:
How can you be so totally cold hearted, what a complete witch you are. I happen to know Amanda, & her family, for you to come on here & be so completely rude & ignorant is just awful. She was a wonderful person, & mother.
How do you know she is dead, we all thought Shawn Hrnbeck was too, but guess what, he's not. So why don't you shut your rude, ignorant mouth until you know what you are talking about.
so sorry

Valley Park, MO

#8 May 26, 2010
god bless amanda
Ogriv

United States

#9 Jun 15, 2010
Donna D wrote:
Amanda's dead. Because if she wasn't dead, she'd be home with her little girl and family.
Why don't you take off your rose colored glasses and accept the fact that she is gone? You can call me rude and ignorant all you want. Awful? Not as awful as the boyfriend who murdered her. Give me a friggin' break.
If Amanda was so wonderful - and I'm sure she was a good person - the father of her baby would have married her and maybe today she would still be around. My point is, when you lay down with dogs you get up with fleas.
Amanda didn't deserve to die. But the sad reality is that some mothers leave their children home so they can barhop looking for "male companionship". While it's not a crime to do that, Amanda simply made poor social choices that ended up with tragic results.
Get over it.
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You don't know how Amanda got pregnant, and if she did meet "the dog with fleas" in a bar so what.. Judge Judy met her hubby in a bar..The father of Amanda's unborn was the last person to see her.. maybe she didn't marry him because she didn't love him..doesn't mean she is a bad person.. I didn't know her personally but have only heard great things about her. Did she make a mistake..yes ..should she have disappeared? NO! She is most likely deceased..and that is awful! Your comments are even worse... Your GET OVER IT attitude is so wrong.. for those who knew and loved her especially her parents and little girl.. there will never be a "get over it " moment.. she will be grieved and missed until they pass also. I hope you never have to lose a child or dear friend.. and if you do.. let's hope no one says to you.. GET OVER IT!
Concerned Citizen

Eldon, MO

#10 Nov 2, 2010
I really don't have much faith in the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office solving this case. I think they need to bring in the professionals to get the job done. We live in a county where it's known as the Good Ol' Boys Club. If the boyfriend is part of that club, well then you can just forget about justice being done.
bubbly

Arnold, MO

#11 Mar 14, 2012
Concerned Citizen wrote:
I really don't have much faith in the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office solving this case. I think they need to bring in the professionals to get the job done. We live in a county where it's known as the Good Ol' Boys Club. If the boyfriend is part of that club, well then you can just forget about justice being done.
What professionals would you like them to bring in? They are professionals! You are a hoosier from Arnold. Probably a south city transplant!
Guest

Jackson, MO

#12 Jul 21, 2013
Concerned Citizen wrote:
I really don't have much faith in the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office solving this case. I think they need to bring in the professionals to get the job done. We live in a county where it's known as the Good Ol' Boys Club. If the boyfriend is part of that club, well then you can just forget about justice being done.
They are much closer then what you think...

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