making money off a dead child is NOT business transaction to be respected. only the person who really knows what happened should write a book or a movie. or family member who truly loved her and her memory. he didn't know how she died, when she died, or who killed her. he guessed and made the charges too hard to convict who he THOUGHT did all those things. then writes a book so fast he had to be writing during the trial. now, in the meantime a great deal of things slipped by and went without investigation that could have found the real killer. that's my opinion until further facts come out, not a spoof movie where he claims he didn't say those things in the movie which keeps ca in the public eye negatively. not a movie where he is portrayed as some hunk of a man. it's a joke. he is not an ugly man but is in no way a rob lowe, not even close.<quoted text>
Why are you so concerned about Jeff Ashton's reputation?
He wrote the book, sold the movie rights, and pocketed the cash to pay for his successful election campaign.
It was a business transaction. People understand that.
he laughed at her trial. shall I go on? i have no respect for anyone who disrespects a child in that way. if and when he goes after the killer, he will get my full attention and support. i am not concerned for his reputation, he made his own reputation.
u act as if he lost the trail on purpose. i would not even stoop that low to make such a farse of a claim.
u blame the grunds, so what makes u special? u have no proof just as the prosecutors didn't. so why concern urself with the grund reputation like u do?