Family handcuffed inside home on fire

Family handcuffed inside home on fire

There are 75 comments on the KFOR story from Sep 20, 2010, titled Family handcuffed inside home on fire. In it, KFOR reports that:

Justin and Christina Neidel were filling out paperwork outside their burned home Monday morning, less than 2 days after they said they were victims of arson and a home invasion.

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We Invite Them

Enid, OK

#1 Sep 20, 2010
And why exactly are we supposed to vote into law any legislation to allow our country to be overrun with criminals?

I'm sure Justin and Christina Neidel won't be supporting illegal amnesty. Whos next?
Dave Davidson

Oklahoma City, OK

#2 Sep 20, 2010
Are random acts of violence usually preceeded by a warning?
Just saying

Montgomery, AL

#3 Sep 21, 2010
Dave Davidson wrote:
Are random acts of violence usually preceeded by a warning?
Is Ed too tall Jones really too tall?
Tyrone

Montgomery, AL

#4 Sep 21, 2010
Fishy
Debbie

Oklahoma City, OK

#5 Sep 21, 2010
I just think this sounds a bit on the fishy side. Would not doubt if it comes out that the family was in finacial trouble and set this up themselves.
Tuna Boat

Montgomery, AL

#6 Sep 21, 2010
Tyrone wrote:
Fishy
I agree, something just doesn't seem right about this story
Agree

Oklahoma City, OK

#7 Sep 21, 2010
I agree... sounds made up....and you get a warning in the mailbox, have small children and don't call police???
Fishy

Oklahoma City, OK

#8 Sep 21, 2010
They lost the house I now live in and it was nothing like the one they just lost. Can't afford mine how did they afford this one?
Wild Bill

Oklahoma City, OK

#9 Sep 21, 2010
Yes very fishy for sure
nightmare

Owasso, OK

#10 Sep 21, 2010
kind of convenient that the kids just happen to be staying with relatives on that particular night..hmmmm
Concerned Citizen

Oklahoma City, OK

#11 Sep 21, 2010
I agree, sounds fishy to me as well. Your kids just 'happened' to be at relatives? A note written in crayon? Latinos dressed in black? They weren't jewel thieves, they're not going to be dressed in black. LOL

PS. If it IS true, then that sucks. All the reason to get your CCW. I carry wherever I am. If I'm in my living room, my pistol is within arms reach; bedroom, arms reach. You get the point.

“Taste the Rainbow”

Since: Jul 08

Houston, TX

#12 Sep 21, 2010
Concerned Citizen wrote:
I agree, sounds fishy to me as well. Your kids just 'happened' to be at relatives? A note written in crayon? Latinos dressed in black? They weren't jewel thieves, they're not going to be dressed in black. LOL
PS. If it IS true, then that sucks. All the reason to get your CCW. I carry wherever I am. If I'm in my living room, my pistol is within arms reach; bedroom, arms reach. You get the point.
Totally agree..... I don't buy any of it. But like you said, if it's true then thank goodness they are ok and hopefully the crooks are caught.
RSC

Montgomery, AL

#13 Sep 21, 2010
Well, that's one way to avoid foreclosure.
Interesting

United States

#14 Sep 21, 2010
Yes, I totally agree this is fishy. I just hate when people use a person of a different ethnicity when describing their supposed attacker. Reminds me of the lady in the "acid attack"!
lies and damn lies

Ada, OK

#16 Sep 21, 2010
i thought this story was made up from the start people in the past blamed black guys for made up crimes now it's the latinos wtf and the kids just happen to be with family did they happen to own ocean front property hear in Oklahoma also if you're hand-cuffed how did you open the door and untie the spouse
Home Protection

New Milford, CT

#17 Sep 21, 2010
Hope they catch these criminals ASAP. We need to take more precautions. Neighborhood watches, deadbolts, activating alarms, If you do not have a home security system , now is the time to get one. Good deals out there. Try www.homesecurityalarms.net
free home security systems available, just pay for monitoring. Stay safe.
CatO9Tails

Oklahoma City, OK

#18 Sep 21, 2010
Pass the bread, here comes the baloney. There's no doubt in my mind this story is a complete fabrication. I hope the couple is prosecuted and spends time in jail for arson, insurance fraud and filing a false police report.
Tuttle Citizen

Montgomery, AL

#19 Sep 21, 2010
If this is true I hope they are able to catch these criminals. If not just remember that what comes around goes around and you should be ashamed of yourself this is no way to set examples for your children.
Tuttle Citizen

Oklahoma City, OK

#20 Sep 21, 2010
This has really troubled me and my kids as well. I saw the fire, but had no clue that the couple had been hancuffed and so forth. I really hope the Neidel's are telling the truth. God help them if they are not. It is really disturbing to think someone would think up such a thing. I hope they catch the criminals and put them away for a really long time, whomever that might be. God Bless!
nightmare

Owasso, OK

#21 Sep 21, 2010
they were in handcuffs people..how did they get loose..perhaps they are related to Houdini???

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