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Cold Case No More: Police Arrest Husband in Heartsong Murder

There are 907 comments on the WBZT-AM West Palm Beach story from Sep 27, 2006, titled Cold Case No More: Police Arrest Husband in Heartsong Murder. In it, WBZT-AM West Palm Beach reports that:

SIX YEARS LATER, INVESTIGATORS HAVE A SUSPECT IN A MURDER CASE THAT SHOCKED NORTH PALM BEACH COUNTY.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at WBZT-AM West Palm Beach.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#832 Aug 22, 2011
Great Joel,

The project is plodding along, awaiting a great deal of time for research in Palm Beach County, Florida. There's lots to do: scrutinize and copy all court papers and proceedings (though I attended the whole trial)interview customers, new residents in Bob and Toni's former home, Jupiter acquaintances, family, friends, colleagues and associates.

Toni Heartsong was murdered on September 26, 2000.
And here's a striking contradiction from Suyze Goldstein (Bob's 2nd Wife/Significant Other):

“7. When and how did you learn of Toni's death? FROM BOB ON OUR FIRST MEETING IN 2002.” Post # 817, Suzye Goldstein (June 8, 2011)

Contrarily, three ostensible posters said only months elapsed between Toni's death and Husband Bob's meeting his 2nd Wife/significant other, Suzye Goldstein.

“I had Worked for his devious and scamming wife...who by the way told us all that they met on match.com 5 months after the murder. She had Bob on her marketing payroll ..S&S marketing.manipulating memberships for the BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU.” Post #4, Carey Hargrove. Post # 4 (February 8, 2007).

“sHE (Suzye Goldstein) CLAIMED THEY MET 4 MONTHS AFTER HIS FIRST WIFE'S MUREDER. tHIS WAS SUSAN'S 5 TH MARRAIGE. THEY SUPPOSEDLY MET ON MATCH.COM . HER STORIES RANGE FROM 2-5 MONTHS AND ARE ALWAYS INACURATE.” Post #13, Deborah Vaderfield (May 25th, 2007).

“HE FOUND HIS ACCOMPLICE ON MATCH.COM HELLO???ANYONE OUT THERE????? She said they met 5 months after the murder...DOES THIS SOUND LIKE A GRIEVING MAN AFTER A 22 YEAR" Post # 20, calie newman pt st lucie (August 1, 2007).
Suzanne

Sydney, Australia

#834 Mar 30, 2012
Watching on crime channel. How do Police botch a case in the 2000's?
Janie

Pacoima, CA

#835 Apr 26, 2012
Can you tell me if there was
a toenail at the front door
a chair turned over near the front door
because it seems to me that if I answer my front door barefoot and then someone attacks me I might slam the door on him and perhaps get my toe caught which would tear off my toenail. Then I might run to get the tofu knife to protect myself. Then I might remember the back door is open and run to shut it.
Suzye wrote:
Just Curious you are much closer than Bob Sherin.
I am Bob Heartsong ex-wife, I lived this and read every piece of paper and edvidence there was, which were over 3000 pages, tapes and interviews. Bob S. got 100 and some pages, and was at the trail, actually distrubing others, fo I know I was there.
the bottom line is the palm Beach County aplied for 13 million dollar grant for Cold Case Deptment, but they need to prosacute a case, the only good case with a bad investigate and a husband to blame it all on was Robert Heartsong. We meaning Bob and I made a few mistakes, one we hired a lawyer, with out doing any investigaton, we took the first one we met, we were too dumb to know better. Robert should have gotten a lawyer the first time he was brought down to the police department, even if your innocent, don't think that matters, it's nothing like t.v. The truth is not important. In almost the two years Bob spent in jail, one of our lawyers only visited him once and the other one maybe 4 times. I spoke with them many times and kept asking why they weren't asking certain questions, thier reply, long as we win, that's what counts. That is not true, you need to win with the whole truth, it wasn't that all the witnesses lied and some did,(to be honest they couldn't remember 8 years prior, could you or anyone).
Robert and I lost everything we owned, we are no longer together which was just the stress of this whole ordeal. I don't regrett for a moment that I stood by him, I didn't do it because I was his wife, I did it because I KNEW he didn't do it, and we must stand behind our beliefs. It was the worst thing I ever had to go through, and I have had some really bad things happen in my life. This was not my first marriage, it would have been so much easier to run from this. I didn't because sometimes we have to stand and fight for right. And this was my time.
One by one I will answer all your questions and prove to you how wrong Bob Sherin is. He will argue agaist me, and that's fine, but I can prove everything I write. I will deal with facts not unproven theories.
Right now I'm tired, but I will continue with this in the morning.
Janie

Pacoima, CA

#836 Apr 26, 2012
Suzanne wrote:
Watching on crime channel. How do Police botch a case in the 2000's?
Human idiocy knows no bounds.
concerned

Ridgewood, NY

#837 Apr 27, 2012
why did Toni not want Peter Sutton as a partner? Did he sport a beard at the time? His statement on the stand about wishing he had half the relationship, with his own wife as Bob and Toni was interesting.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#838 Apr 27, 2012
Janie wrote:
Can you tell me if there was
a toenail at the front door
a chair turned over near the front door
because it seems to me that if I answer my front door barefoot and then someone attacks me I might slam the door on him and perhaps get my toe caught which would tear off my toenail. Then I might run to get the tofu knife to protect myself. Then I might remember the back door is open and run to shut it.
<quoted text>
Janie,

Yes there was a toenail and a turned over chair in the living room, but your hunch doesn't cut it. Given other facts, one of which was never focused on, you'd understand pretty much what happened. Please don't buy Suzye's portrayal of the higher ground she purports to occupy. She looked right in the cameras and said this is a marriage made in heaven (indicating she had found her man). As predicted by others at the beginning of this thread, it didn't last long after the trial.

Being involved at present in a piece of intellectual property on the case, I've read the whole file and interviewed sources not brought forth in the trial, so I have insights shared by few.

Before taking this further, please realize I left before the jury returned a verdict, because, based on the trial I saw, I thought Bob was not guilty. However, like the jury, I have good reason to believe he did it. It's just that the prosecution muffed its case.

Your questioning Janie veers into germane questions but your answers aren't correct, in my view. Here's what happened as best I can express it without offense. Between 12:15 and 2:45PM, Bob's time was unaccounted for. Trouble was, there were several witnesses at a big job site, each of whom wasn't quite sure when exactly Bob was seen coming and going. Had Assis. Prosecutor Burns presented a visual time line, listing each witness and how sure each was at any given time that Bob was there,the jury could have made sense out of the timeline. But she failed in this most important task.

The murder occurred at around 1 PM. At that time, the next store neighbor testified that she heard loud voices coming from the Heartsong home. She identified them as Toni and Bob's. Trouble with her testimony was, she had been inconsistent in prior sworn testimony. When asked the reason, she said she had been scared.

A key witness, she was raked over by Defense Attorney Maxwell, who did a superb job for Bob. He pointed out her inconsistencies in no uncertain terms, implying she was lying. When Burn's turn for Redirect came, she defaulted. Wow, what bad lawyering! She should have been asking about the life of this senior citizen. She should have elicited her actual fears. Where else was she fearful? Crime? She should have gone back time-wise and tracked her very feelings so the jury would understand that she was indeed fearful, which governed her shifting testimony.

If I were Ms. Burns, I would have brought on an expert in witness testimony to show the studies on intimidated witnesses. This was probably the most important witness in the trial, and they left her dangling in the breeze. She felt awful that she hadn't helped Toni in her time of need. Nor was she helpful at trial, unfortunately.

I started as Bob's Web master to raise defense funds, but, as Suzye pointed out, I only had to read the first 125 page police report to step down quickly. I was intending to stay there and silent until Heartsong forces began attacking, continuing, as you can see, to the time hereof.

This is going to take two posts.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#839 Apr 27, 2012
Bob, who let slip after the crime, Toni's panties were down below her waist (when found, she was fully clothed), opined that the alleged killer caught her coming out of the bathroom.

In fact, the killer caught her in the Northwest bedroom Bob and Toni shared. Bob remarked to police that he found something out of place on the bedroom floor: A Vibrator. So readers, panties and vibrator, put two and two together.

From there the fight escalated as it reached the living room with the overturned chair, then building to a fever pitch at the door jam where the toenail was found. All the while, Toni was trying to escape. But once outside the door, the conflict became deadly. The killer brought her to the ground, where he continually smashed her head against the concrete.

Once she was unconscious, the killer went into the kitchen, bypassing the butcher block, to pick out the small Tofu knife that delivered the coup de gras. No one knew the Tofu knife was there but the immediate family. The killer had a good knowledge of anatomy, knowing just where to insert the knife so she'd bleed to death. When found, Toni's eyes were all cut up. Nothing was taken (except the Tofu knife). This had all the hallmarks of a personal, rage killing.

At the time Bob had a sprung right shoulder socket. He had very little strength in that arm for any margin of motion.

By this time, I think I'm the resident expert on this crime. Maybe not. We'll see. And, readers, I'm one who will correct anything unintentionally misstated. Suzye, have at me; am always happy to hear your explanations. Haven't seen yet where you'd walk us through anything; to the contrary. Lots of characterization, few facts.

Readers, watching the TV coverage, you'll note that Bob has an immutable observation: It was her eyes, she had beautiful eyes. Oh how Bob loved those eyes!

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#840 Apr 27, 2012
concerned wrote:
why did Toni not want Peter Sutton as a partner? Did he sport a beard at the time? His statement on the stand about wishing he had half the relationship, with his own wife as Bob and Toni was interesting.
Here's the way I saw that. Bob was tired of working at his level to maintain the life-style, so understandably he thought Peter Sutton, with whom he had long contractual relations, was a good fit. Toni, who wasn't the one who had to exercise Bob's work ethic each day, wanted the company to stay between them. She was unwilling to give up the piece that would have brought Sutton into the business.

A week prior to the murder, Bob reported in one or more police interviews that when Toni rejected the partnership proposal, Bob left in his red Expedition. Crest-fallen, he reported he had thoughts of suicide. The murder occurred one week later.

I've spoken to sources who say both parties were having affairs, although I've got no corroboration, which makes this part of my post rumor and innuendo. There was evidence that Toni was quite a flirt but none whatsoever linking Toni with Sutton. I heard Peter's testimony on that subject, and I felt he was being disarmingly honest. In no way, did it appear anything more.

Since Peter Sutton's name has come up, let me end by saying, like Bob's artistic bend and craftsmanship, Bob threw the same bouquets Sutton's way with concrete.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#841 Apr 27, 2012
Suzanne wrote:
Watching on crime channel. How do Police botch a case in the 2000's?
See my posts below, then feel free to ask, post or whatever.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#842 Apr 27, 2012
Sorry, didn't realize, the posts are above.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#843 Apr 28, 2012
Suzye's post below caught my attention.

Since that post months or years ago, I haven't seen anything tangible for you, Suzye. But that isn't why I'm responding. I agree with you about getting a lawyer up front.

Bob's failure to do that actually helped him. Because of his bone fide practice of meditation, he was able to beat the lie detector. Few can do that. That was the point I knew he was indeed adept at meditation.

Suzye, unfortunately, you appreciate very little. Defense attorney Maxwell put on a magnificent defense. Hard for me to believe your opinion of him. Then again, if you feel that way toward him, your attitude toward me is understandable.

If Palm Beach County did anything wrong with their DNA grant, it was that it took the millions of dollars while failing to fund the Heartsong prosecution with the necessary resources to bring home a conviction.

They did indeed have a DNA case, which Bob slipped out of by a hair. But they failed to follow through on the investigation, technology to put across the case, plus my proposed expert on intimidated witness testimony.

Now that I think of it, here's one I've been plugging for a long time: The timeline visually presented. We could have been left with the precise times that each witness placed Bob at the job site and how certain each was he was there. Imagine the impact of that unaccounted time from 12:15 PM to 2:45 PM, instead of the hodgepodge of confusion with which everyone was left.

Suzye, as to your vision of American jurisprudence, I have to laugh. Sure it's about laboring for the truth but within the strictures of the Common Law as amended. Rules of evidence, you know. Your lawyers were absolutely right: One false move, and they open the door to a flood of unfavorable evidence -- and conceivable life.

Suzye wrote:
Just Curious you are much closer than Bob Sherin.
I am Bob Heartsong ex-wife, I lived this and read every piece of paper and edvidence there was, which were over 3000 pages, tapes and interviews. Bob S. got 100 and some pages, and was at the trail, actually distrubing others, fo I know I was there.
the bottom line is the palm Beach County aplied for 13 million dollar grant for Cold Case Deptment, but they need to prosacute a case, the only good case with a bad investigate and a husband to blame it all on was Robert Heartsong. We meaning Bob and I made a few mistakes, one we hired a lawyer, with out doing any investigaton, we took the first one we met, we were too dumb to know better. Robert should have gotten a lawyer the first time he was brought down to the police department, even if your innocent, don't think that matters, it's nothing like t.v. The truth is not important. In almost the two years Bob spent in jail, one of our lawyers only visited him once and the other one maybe 4 times. I spoke with them many times and kept asking why they weren't asking certain questions, thier reply, long as we win, that's what counts. That is not true, you need to win with the whole truth, it wasn't that all the witnesses lied and some did,(to be honest they couldn't remember 8 years prior, could you or anyone).
Robert and I lost everything we owned, we are no longer together which was just the stress of this whole ordeal. I don't regrett for a moment that I stood by him, I didn't do it because I was his wife, I did it because I KNEW he didn't do it, and we must stand behind our beliefs. It was the worst thing I ever had to go through, and I have had some really bad things happen in my life. This was not my first marriage, it would have been so much easier to run from this. I didn't because sometimes we have to stand and fight for right. And this was my time.
One by one I will answer all your questions and prove to you how wrong Bob Sherin is. He will argue agaist me, and that's fine, but I can prove everything I write. I will deal with facts not unproven theories.
Right now I'm tired, but I will continue with this in the morning.
luvmetender

Phoenixville, PA

#844 May 24, 2012
Bob, are you still working on a book about the case? I've watched two versions of this story on Investigation Discovery Channel and Bob Heartsong seems to have a dark side in my opinion. I also can't get past the tofu knife being used from the drawer instead of one out of the knife block.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#845 May 25, 2012
48 Hours and Dateline keep rerunning -- we saw the 48 Hours version yesterday again, and posters keep wanting to know.

There were two pieces of testimony at the trial as to Bob's over-the-top anger. A bouncer testified to a disagreement where Bob exhibited an anger he had seldom seen. Other testimony came from a business transaction that displeased Bob, sparking another abnormal outburst.

We noticed yesterday in the TV piece a shift in affectation several times. After his victory, flashes of an angry undercurrent showed, as it did in his interview with Harold Dow.

This contrasts with the pleasant, intelligent affect we ordinarily see. And of course, we've been all over the tofu knife in this thread. With that butcher block so prominent, there's no plausible explanation for searching out the tofu knife in a drawer that no one material would know other than Bob.

As to the book, yes. What a book I have, but I don't think I'll ever release it. There's more at stake than money; the family deserves peace.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#847 Jun 29, 2012
Convinced of Bob's innocence, on November 17, 2006 I began this thread and acting as Web master for Bob's Site. It didn't take long in the study of this crime to swiftly step down. And when I did, I intended to be utterly silent, not enough for the Heartsong forces, whose defamation continues.

You'll read about how on May 25th I posted that the book I've written on this crime will never see light of day because of greater importance for family peace.

So now, more than a month later, someone writes the final word, defaming me. With names that can't be checked, it is all part of the smear campaign to strike at this thread's credibility. Its credibility cannot be directly attacked, because every issue has been hashed and rehashed. Errors -- some from me -- have been corrected, and inconsistencies -- mostly from the Hearsong camp -- have been noted.

Sure, defamatory poster, we should pack it in and let the family live peacefully. But that doesn't mean revisionist history. Yes, the jury got it completely right, finding Bob not guilty. Like me, however, they believed he did the crime and that the prosecution unfortunately wasn't up to doing the professional job of bringing home a conviction.(Below are the references)

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Teah Croft wrote:
I would like to say that I watched the 48 hours investigation & have read much of this blog due to my own curiosity & I have come to this conclusion. I do not believe that Bob Heartsong did this, I feel that he has been tried by a jury of his peers, the state was given a chance to conduct an investigation to try & prove his guilt & they did not. Toni is dead, her sons have their father so they have not lost both of their parents. Leave it at that & MOVE ON. Bob Sherin you are a fanatic & quite frankly obsessed. My advice, seek couseling.
----------

Below is May 25, 2012 Posting by Bob Sherin

48 Hours and Dateline keep rerunning -- we saw the 48 Hours version yesterday again, and posters keep wanting to know.

There were two pieces of testimony at the trial as to Bob's over-the-top anger. A bouncer testified to a disagreement where Bob exhibited an anger he had seldom seen. Other testimony came from a business transaction that displeased Bob, sparking another abnormal outburst.

We noticed yesterday in the TV piece a shift in affectation several times. After his victory, flashes of an angry undercurrent showed, as it did in his interview with Harold Dow.

This contrasts with the pleasant, intelligent affect we ordinarily see. And of course, we've been all over the tofu knife in this thread. With that butcher block so prominent, there's no plausible explanation for searching out the tofu knife in a drawer that no one material would know other than Bob.

As to the book, yes. What a book I have, but I don't think I'll ever release it. There's more at stake than money; the family deserves peace.
Suzye

Euless, TX

#848 Jul 6, 2012
To clear your knife theory, on the counter in the kitchen was.a salad bowl, chop sticks , vegetables, and cutting board out, it's in the police testimony, Tony had made a salad for lunch and used the tofu knife for cutting the vegetables up. No needed to find theo knife it was on the counter.
What about the bloody footprints size 11, going to the back yard, over twent feet from the side door, Bob heart song only has a nine and a half shoe size.
The neighbor, was vacuuming when she heard the voices, it took her eight years till she says she heard Bob h. Voice that day, she is very hard of hearing and her husband was outside and didn't hear anything. She talked to Bob after Tony's death, so what was she afraid of.
In less then three hours the jury came back with a verdict of not guilty, in a murder trail that is unheard of. Bob Sherin I know you feel he was guilty and that your choice, I,m not trying to change it, you have rights to believe as you like, this Is America, we have the freedom to think and voice our opinions, but please read all the testimony first, I have offered it to you many times. You've even said you'd come and get it but you never did. Your choice again...
There is so much more info that never came out in trail.
Suzye

Euless, TX

#849 Jul 6, 2012
I don,t know why it says tx, I'm in the Bahamas

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#850 Jul 6, 2012
Suzye wrote:
I don,t know why it says tx, I'm in the Bahamas
"To clear your knife theory, on the counter in the kitchen was.a salad bowl, chop sticks , vegetables, and cutting board out, it's in the police testimony, Tony had made a salad for lunch and used the tofu knife for cutting the vegetables up. No needed to find theo knife it was on the counter.”
Don't worry about the city of origin, because Tropix often gets it wrong."
Thank you for your input, because you may have some new facts for this thread. Thanks for for your input, Suzye. Didn’t need to visit you for the transcript; I’ve already read everything plus, interviewing many with close-up insights on the relationship and crime.
Sitting through the trial, I never heard testimony about the Tofu knife being on the counter. Perhaps you're offering bona fide information to this thread, which I'll follow up on. But at trial, Prosecutor Burns emphasized the absence of the Tofu knife from the visible scene, contrasting it to the availability of the butcher block.
For argument sake, let's assume you're correct. Let’s now go the the factual situation. The killer just went through this traumatic, "hate" attack that brought Toni close to death while sullying the eyes Bob found so beautiful. Having taken nothing from the home, the killer rushes to the kitchen where he expects to find a knife. As he approaches, the butcher block is prominent with its large knives loaded. What does the killer do according to you? He stops flat-footed and scans the counter for the Tofu knife.
Contrary to trial, where the Tofu knife wasn't portrayed as on the counter, if it were, it wouldn't be a weapon anyone but Bob would search out. Under this scenario, Bob's case comes out worse to my mind. You've got the killer hesitating while he searches for the Tofu knife that only the immediate family knew of. A cold-blooded killer would have jumped for the block, pulled a big knife out and rushed back to finish the job.
"What about the bloody footprints size 11, going to the back yard, over twenty feet from the side door, Bob heart song only has a nine and a half shoe size."
You've studied the case and know the answer. Rookie police botched the crime scene by tracking their footprints all over. As you know, they didn't check Bob for scratches either.
"The neighbor, was vacuuming when she heard the voices, it took her eight years till she says she heard Bob h. Voice that day, she is very hard of hearing and her husband was outside and didn't hear anything. She talked to Bob after Tony's death, so what was she afraid of."
Whether Carol talked to Bob after Toni's death is immaterial.
You've misstated facts. Carol Parkman's Husband told police at the time of the crime, he did hear something: An unusual scraping sound. He's a witness the prosecution should have subpoenaed because his testimony would have supported his Wife's. Turns out, the scraping sound was the tail bed of the truck Carol saw in the Heartsong driveway during the time of the crime.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#851 Jul 6, 2012
As to being hard of hearing, yes, she testified she was. Doesn't mean she didn't hear Bob and Toni arguing. There's total hearing loss and specific frequency hearing loss. We don’t know which and how severe. Best scenario is that her loss was such and on unaffected frequencies, insufficient to thwart detection of that argument Whether the vacuum was switched on or off is a matter of what we in the audio business call "signal to noise ratio." As you can imagine, this involves all kinds of variables, such as distance from noise, dbs of noise, etc. You can generalize but hearing boils down to science. And that’s another expert the prosecution should have called – to prove she could have heard that argument.
My proof is in the pudding. You wrote the Carol and Bob spoke afterwards, inferring there was no animus, so what motive would Carol have had to mis-state her testimony at trial? The Parkmans were the least likely to mis-speak at trial. But before trial, a crime such as this per se in its aftermath would have frightened anyone close.
“In less then three hours the jury came back with a verdict of not guilty, in a murder trail that is unheard of.”
Yes, virtually unheard of but not surprising. Just before Ms. Burns reply argument, I had called the States Attorney’s office, who sent over an investigator. I gave him my notes of why I thought they were about to lose the case and how they should craft their reply argument to pull it out.
When Ms. Burns resumed, it was from her preplanned script that didn’t address Mr. Maxwell’s beautiful closing argument. As they sent the jury out, I packed up my things and drove back to Miami, knowing I had just witnessed a trial where the prosecution failed. It looked to me like the case was thrown (see posts, infra), but I have no evidence to support this claim. Predictably when I got home, they informed me of the verdict – with which I wholly agreed. But, like me, the jury felt he did it. It’s just that the prosecution hadn’t proved it.
“I know you feel he was guilty and that your choice, I,m not trying to change it, you have rights to believe as you like, this Is America, we have the freedom to think and voice our opinions, but please read all the testimony first, I have offered it to you many times. You've even said you'd come and get it but you never did. Your choice again... There is so much more info that never came out in trail.”
Do I have a smashing book, but I’ve decided to give the family peace by leaving it unpublished. Let me assure you that if propaganda comes out in print, I’ll be the first to find a publisher and release it.
Suzye

Euless, TX

#852 Jul 6, 2012
I have no idea what your talking about in your last paragraph , I'm sure that was not a threat, to me it kind of sounded like one. I'm not afraid of you and write your book, but please remember that you need to back up every word in print. One thing wrong and I will have attorney serving you with paper. If all your facts are in order, you have the right. To write your book. This is not a threat, it's a fact.
I could argue every theory you have but I won't do it in a blog.

“Heartsong Crime Uncovered”

Since: Oct 07

Fairway Estates, Florida

#853 Jul 8, 2012
"One by one I will answer all your questions and prove to you how wrong Bob Sherin is. He will argue agaist me, and that's fine, but I can prove everything I write. I will deal with facts not unproven theories." Suzye Heartsong, May 3, 2011, Post #790.

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