Jeez, could have got to this thread any later?Hey, I normally just sit back & laugh at blogs like such... BUT, in Cindy's defense, years ago I also had a run-in with Jeff Zach (and his brother). Because he had not had the chance to put his hands on me (or my daughter) nor did he (they) actually damage my car the police could do nothing about it! Long story short, we traced the plate and a week later confronted him at the Northfield property. I truly felt for his elderly parents (grandparents perhaps) but if nothing could be done legally, then at least his family needed to know that he was up to no good. I kept the info I had on Zack for quite sometime, and told my relatives/friends that eventually, you will see this man's name again, for doing something unlawful. Of course, this incident is revealing Zack as the victim opposed to the accused. Something tells me that it is to everyone's advantage that his demise did go down this way. Was Cindy the initiator of Zack's death? Maybe. But for those of us who believe in a Higher Being than recognition should be made that Cindy will one day face her maker, as will we all. In the meantime, my personal experience with Jeff Zach leads me to believe that the death of this guy has saved someone, somewhere; perhaps even one of our daughters.
Couldn't you find one about Kennedy getting shot or the Hindenburg crashing?