SCSO: Missing woman took her own life

SCSO: Missing woman took her own life

There are 3 comments on the The Carolina Channel story from Nov 30, 2012, titled SCSO: Missing woman took her own life. In it, The Carolina Channel reports that:

Investigators have determined that a 20-year-old woman who was found dead after she was missing for four months took her own life.

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BeLinda

Asheboro, NC

#1 Dec 15, 2012
If the law thinks for one second that ONE person in this county believes that Crystal took her own life they are living in a fairytale world! I smell a cover up. I don't trust one person in that department as far as I can throw them. I hope they don't sleep a wink until the truth comes out. If they are so confident in their ruling of suicide why are they with holding the autopsy report from her parents? Why wouldn't they WANT to release the TRUTH as they have ruled it? Maybe because their "truth" in the ruling isn't the TRUTH at all?!
They need to brush up on THEIR laws since the parents ARE entitled to know what happened to their child and a copy of the autopsy report as well as the "evidence" files. SCSO is full of it IMO! Maybe SLED or the SBI can see to it that the PRESIDENT of the Coroner's Association for the state of SC follows THE law HE swore to uphold!
Benna Badbone

Watauga, TN

#2 Mar 23, 2013
If the coroner can answer one simple question then I may be inclined to believe anything else out of his mouth. How does a hodunk county sheriff and coroner go on the local news within HOURS of "finding" a MUMMIFIED SKELETAL corpse and POSITIVELY IDENTIFY it? That magic dna kit they are keeping secret from the entire world that has to go out and POSITIVELY IDENTIFY MUMMIFIED SKELETAL remains? Hmmmm, or maybe if the identity is ALREADY KNOWN it makes it a lot easier. I think it is a very valid question, someone needs to have the department clear this up for the community and family members. If there's NOTHING to hide with this "suicide" ruling , I don't see why an answer couldn't be provided with ease.
MAC KANSAS

San Diego, CA

#3 Mar 24, 2013
BeLinda wrote:
If the law thinks for one second that ONE person in this county believes that Crystal took her own life they are living in a fairytale world! I smell a cover up. I don't trust one person in that department as far as I can throw them. I hope they don't sleep a wink until the truth comes out. If they are so confident in their ruling of suicide why are they with holding the autopsy report from her parents? Why wouldn't they WANT to release the TRUTH as they have ruled it? Maybe because their "truth" in the ruling isn't the TRUTH at all?!
They need to brush up on THEIR laws since the parents ARE entitled to know what happened to their child and a copy of the autopsy report as well as the "evidence" files. SCSO is full of it IMO! Maybe SLED or the SBI can see to it that the PRESIDENT of the Coroner's Association for the state of SC follows THE law HE swore to uphold!
That's right, and you will find more and more direct illegal corruption through the employee frauds all the time. there is your key.

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