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carmen

Austin, TX

#42 Apr 4, 2008
I really feel Darly had something to do with her children's murder. My son married her smallest sister Danell in 2006. I was very concerned about this because i knew someday my grandchildren would be associated with these people. Being around this family for the last 5 years, i have seen characteristics in them all with maniputive behavior, living a champagne taste with a beer pocket book. Being around this family i can really have doubts about the innocence of her own story of not killing her children. If you ever call any of the family members for wrong doings. They automatically try to put the blame back on you and will not accept any fault. My son and Darlies sister Danelle are in the middle of an divorce. My prayer is that the marriage does end and my son never returns back to her. My heart will only break for my 2 granddaughters that they will grow up in this world associated with the Routier family and their trashy morals and values. I truly hope justice will finally come out with the truth. Everday i pray that nothing tragic will happen to my two beautiful grandchildren.
Henri McPhee

Plymouth, UK

#43 Apr 4, 2008
Beware that Darlie's husband Darin Routier doesn't have any life assurance policies in the Bank of Belize, or Cayman islands, on your two beautiful grandchildren.

That was the main cause for the false conviction of Darlie Routier.

Since: Mar 08

Aurora, CO

#44 Apr 4, 2008
carmen wrote:
I really feel Darly had something to do with her children's murder. My son married her smallest sister Danell in 2006. I was very concerned about this because i knew someday my grandchildren would be associated with these people. Being around this family for the last 5 years, i have seen characteristics in them all with maniputive behavior, living a champagne taste with a beer pocket book. Being around this family i can really have doubts about the innocence of her own story of not killing her children. If you ever call any of the family members for wrong doings. They automatically try to put the blame back on you and will not accept any fault. My son and Darlies sister Danelle are in the middle of an divorce. My prayer is that the marriage does end and my son never returns back to her. My heart will only break for my 2 granddaughters that they will grow up in this world associated with the Routier family and their trashy morals and values. I truly hope justice will finally come out with the truth. Everday i pray that nothing tragic will happen to my two beautiful grandchildren.
This is the JonBenet Forum

Since: Mar 08

Aurora, CO

#45 Apr 4, 2008
carmen wrote:
I really feel Darly had something to do with her children's murder. My son married her smallest sister Danell in 2006. I was very concerned about this because i knew someday my grandchildren would be associated with these people. Being around this family for the last 5 years, i have seen characteristics in them all with maniputive behavior, living a champagne taste with a beer pocket book. Being around this family i can really have doubts about the innocence of her own story of not killing her children. If you ever call any of the family members for wrong doings. They automatically try to put the blame back on you and will not accept any fault. My son and Darlies sister Danelle are in the middle of an divorce. My prayer is that the marriage does end and my son never returns back to her. My heart will only break for my 2 granddaughters that they will grow up in this world associated with the Routier family and their trashy morals and values. I truly hope justice will finally come out with the truth. Everday i pray that nothing tragic will happen to my two beautiful grandchildren.
I meant no offense to you. Only that it is the JonBenet Forum and everything seems to pass through this forum Midyettes, now this and some thing to do with Detrroit matters. So dont see me as uncaring. I am new to topix and may not realize how it works around here.
Ashley

Avondale, AZ

#46 Apr 4, 2008
Oh, I'm so sorry for you. Darlie is a cold blooded killer and there is no doubt in my mind she slaughtered her two babies.

Justice has already been served, the truth is KNOWN and she got death. It's about time for that to happen. She's been on death row for too long...it's time for the needle.
jodi-b57

Lubbock, TX

#47 Dec 3, 2009
I agree with Ashley.Stop wasting time and get it over with.I am in Texas (Lubbock) where the death penalty is well known.Yep, time for the needle.JUST DO IT!!!
Henri McPhee

London, UK

#48 Dec 5, 2009
I disagree about that. There is very reasonable doubt in the Darlie Routier case.

For one thing Darlie was persuaded to be represented by her husband’s lawyer after a first lawyer had done some excellent legal work on her behalf to start off with. That must be a conflict of interest with the Darlie husband who was half-suspected by some cops in the initial police investigation.

There is an affidavit by the Darlie Routier case forensic expert Terry Laber which expresses grave doubts about the forensic evidence against Darlie. The jury were never shown the photos of the horrific injuries Darlie suffered. The Darlie husband was proved later on to have been involved in insurance frauds.

I could go on an on about all that. It’s just it looks to me as though the husband did it. I reckon Darlie Routier was framed by her husband, just like the Ramseys in the Ramsey case and Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald in the MacDonald false conviction case. Evidence was ‘found‘ and invented against her.

It’s certainly not a beyond reasonable doubt case for anybody to be executed. Americans must learn not to jump to conclusions and assume in these difficult murder cases. Americans should learn to develop leads and suspects in murder cases.
thewhitewitchone

United States

#49 Dec 5, 2009
Henri McPhee wrote:
I disagree about that. There is very reasonable doubt in the Darlie Routier case.
For one thing Darlie was persuaded to be represented by her husband’s lawyer after a first lawyer had done some excellent legal work on her behalf to start off with. That must be a conflict of interest with the Darlie husband who was half-suspected by some cops in the initial police investigation.
There is an affidavit by the Darlie Routier case forensic expert Terry Laber which expresses grave doubts about the forensic evidence against Darlie. The jury were never shown the photos of the horrific injuries Darlie suffered. The Darlie husband was proved later on to have been involved in insurance frauds.
I could go on an on about all that. It’s just it looks to me as though the husband did it. I reckon Darlie Routier was framed by her husband, just like the Ramseys in the Ramsey case and Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald in the MacDonald false conviction case. Evidence was ‘found‘ and invented against her.
It’s certainly not a beyond reasonable doubt case for anybody to be executed. Americans must learn not to jump to conclusions and assume in these difficult murder cases. Americans should learn to develop leads and suspects in murder cases.
I bet you think Susan Smith was innocent too.

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