Oh hogwash Lynette, you blame them every chance you get:God forbid, but should you ever find yourself in a similar situation, would you be able to figure out who, within YOUR inner circle, would do such terrible things to your child? Most of us wouldn't, because we couldn't imagine our friends, neighbours, colleagues, staff, or even acquaintances, people we liked and trusted, being capable of something so horrendous. But at the same time, I think you also start asking yourself how well you really knew those people and whether their friendliness wasn't just a facade to cover up unspeakably evil thoughts that may have been lurking in their minds. So while you don't WANT to believe that someone you know could be that evil, you find yourself in the nightmarish situation of no longer knowing who you can trust and everyone becomes a potential suspect. Thus, you throw people "under the bus". IMO, it's a natural reaction and not borne of a desire to get innocent people into trouble.
This crime probably wouldn't have been that difficult to solve had the investigation been handled differently by a professional investigative agency right from the very start. Post #203 this thread. One only needs to look at any response made by you regarding Law Enforcement to know you blame them EVERY time.
More HOGWASH. The Ramsey investigators interviewed people BEFORE the police did. What are you trying to pedal here?I don't necessarily blame the investigators for not solving the case. It's a confusing crime and they were inexperienced. I blame them for their close-mindedness in fixating so heavily on the Ramseys and not trying hard enough to see beyond that. I blame John Eller for not accepting help when it was offered.
It was Ramsey defenders (Hunter) who denied the police the warrants they requested to continue the investigation to the level they felt they needed to go.
You were there? I didnt know that! You saw first-hand how the police ignored the Ramsey investigators? Well butter your behind and call you a biscuit!
The Ramsey investigators had their hands tied in that they did not have the resources available to them that the police did, nor did they have the authority to investigate potential leads and suspects and when they passed information on to the police, much of it was ignored. Their (the police's) attitude was, and apparently still is, "we know who did it, so why bother to look elsewhere?"