More frustrated cold-case families start own investigations despite police advice not to
Frustrated with the murder investigation of a family member, a Colorado man began his own probe, including talking to the suspect himself.
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#1 Jan 26, 2010
I am working on a cold case. The murder of Cheryl Lynn Eason, Hot Springs, Ar. Nov. 26 2002. I am not a law enforcement offiver or a private investigator. Just someone that want to help families find justice. I am seriously considering doing this for a living. Not going to give my background but I know what I am doing. I will find the family justice.
#2 Sep 7, 2010
I stumbled upon the Cheryl Eason case by accident. If you need any help let me know. Always had an interest in cold case murders and justice for families.
One year experience at college security and I was a teaching for several years. Right now, I'm a starving artist in Tennessee. Moved out west and lived 2000 to 2008 and came back to Tennessee when mom died . I did live in Russellville,Ar. as a kid a couple of years in the 1960's. Mark Rook [email protected]
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