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Euless, TX

Claudia Hidic: Stranger who found aspiring actress, 17, s...

When Dodson said that "he wouldn't cooperate with the police anymore", and the police said that he wasn't a person of interest, I thought instantly in a big cover up. And of course, it's not a clueless point of view at all: Dodson was a so called "wonderful " person by neighbors, who came from a rich (and probably influential) family and he was the owner of a good house in an upscale neighborhood. But I also think that the police could have another reasons to cover him. With all the evidences, now is more clear that Dodson maybe had some kind of involvment in drug dealing activities. So, we got a drug house, in an upscale neighborhood. Have you thought for which target public that drug house was for ? A drug house in an upscale neighborhood is not a place for poor junkies and thugs. It's also a place for rich people: high society bigwigs, politicians, cops, and other kinds of "famous" people. Obviously, there was a risk of "confidential information leaking". So the best way to keep Dodson's mouth shut, was to clear his name out of that mess. And so did the police. Dodson decided to talk more than he should and maybe the police gave an end to him.  (Nov 20, 2012 | post #306)

Euless, TX

Claudia Hidic: Stranger who found aspiring actress, 17, s...

Shit man !!! I tried to translate your post in Google, but all that it said is that you a moron and a pendejo. People say that we shouldn't rely on Google Translate, but at least at this time I think I have to disagree. it was right !  (Nov 13, 2012 | post #303)

Euless, TX

Claudia Hidic: Stranger who found aspiring actress, 17, s...

Now that Dodson is dead, maybe Fortenberry and Crumley can say the truth at all.  (Nov 6, 2012 | post #299)

Euless, TX

Claudia Hidic: Stranger who found aspiring actress, 17, s...

Wow! This is case is far to be solved!  (Nov 6, 2012 | post #298)

Euless, TX

Claudia Hidic: Stranger who found aspiring actress, 17, s...

Sarcastic mode: ON Only one lesson ? No way buddy, you forgot other lessons. Let's check them out: # If you are rich and live in an upscale house, it's ok to have a drug house next to a school, with illegal guns and maybe with some prostitution. # If a murder happens in your residence, keep calm, and just keep denying that you knew the victim. # If the police discovers that the victim did knew you and has proofs that you received calls from the victim in afternoon of her death, just say that you won't cooperate with them anymore. They'll go away and let you in peace, making it like it never happened. # Black people and immigrants are always to blame. Even that there are more things to dig out in the crime that happened, if there are black people or immigrants in the crime, the case is solved. Better yet if there are black people and immigrants together. Can't wait till I can buy a house in an upscale neighborhood. So I'll run my own drug house !!! Wish it'll be next from a school, so with some luck I'll sell meth to the kids, lol. What about drugs and prostitutes, all together ? It means double fun for my costumers. And double profit for me. That will be great ! Oh...hell no, I forgot, I'm an immigrant !!! Sarcastic mode: OFF  (Jul 19, 2012 | post #275)

Euless, TX

Claudia Hidic: Stranger who found aspiring actress, 17, s...

People that messes up with things like "She got what she deserved" are so clueless. i think nobody here is trying to defend her. There are more important points in this question: Tanglewood is a respectable neighborhood that is near to a school. Kids and young people are always around there. And if we have a drug house next of a school, we have a big problem here. A neighbor said that the traffic of people in that house was high (as we expected to be a drug house). Another one said that he did saw "girls" running out afetr the shootout. Did he saw underage girls coming out that drug house ? Well, if he did, then, this is a bigger problem yet (maybe prostitution or pedophiles were running high there).  (Jul 18, 2012 | post #273)

Euless, TX

Claudia Hidic: Stranger who found aspiring actress, 17, s...

Ash, I doubt about it. Is like you saying that 9 of 10 americans use illegal drugs daily, and that is a normal habit. Sorry, but it's not like this, not even here in Brazil, where drugs are a big problem too, maybe even much bigger than in USA. So I think that you exaggerating a little, but that's ok. Well, I agree with you in a point: if someone is a simple drug user, police won't come after him/her, even better when he/she doesn't cause any kind of major problems to the cops. But let's get back to Claudia's case... the home owner maybe is a drug dealer. And a murder happened in his house. While such things do not happen, the police may not have reasons to get into this, even knowing that the house could be a drug house. But when a murder occurs, things change drastically. Let's face it: that's a big problem to the cops. Even that in America the situation is as you're saying: "drugs are America's cup of coffee", which i doubt too much, I don't think police will see it this way. The police cares too much about public opinion, even more when the public is from an upscale neighborhood. I think that you don't got it: we are talking about a MURDER of an underage (no matter if she's latina, if she's from Bosnia or from Mars) in an upscale neighborhood. A murder is a murder, and it'll be always a problem for the govt and to the cops. To sure that this problem won't happen again, the less they can do is to storm out the drug house and put an end to the feast. At least it will count good points in front the media. And we know that the police loves it.  (Jul 17, 2012 | post #266)

Euless, TX

Claudia Hidic: Stranger who found aspiring actress, 17, s...

I'm not saying Claudia was a hero and that what she was doing was right neither I'm saying that the occupants hadn't the right of defend themselves, because it would be silly from my part. But you're talking as this house were a simple american family house. And we know, it's not ! Can't you see my point ? If Claudia was murdered in your house, by your hands (an honest guy) I could give you that, and the case was closed. But we are not talking about a normal and honest guy. There was meth being sold there, he can't be treated as an simple american family guy. What I'm saying is that once you have a guy who don't cooperate with the police, a guy that lied to the police, and that lives in a drug house, you can't treat him as an honest and good family guy. And firstly of all, this BS of Claudia pretending to be an hostage...it's the kind of story that I don't buy. Can't you see ? She had to have "some kind of value" to the occupants or to the owner of that drug house. Somehow, Claudia were thinking that her death it wouldn't be something desired by the people in the house or to the home owner. Otherwise, the people there would just shout: "shoot her!". If I was that thug that shot Frotenberry, and Claudia didn't had any significance for me or for my boss (the home owner) or for the other occupants of the house, and if I didn't knew Frotenberry and Crumley, I would shout: "Shoot her ! Do it right now or I'll do it myself!". You see...There are a lot of question to be done to this guy. What kind of involvement he had with Claudia, Frotenberry and Crumley ? And what about the girls who ran away after the gunshots ? Was some kind of prostitution going on there ? Are they underage ? And to finish, there's the possibility that Claudia was robbed days before her murder. Did she knew who robs her ? Was she trying to get back her money from who stole it ? (Idea which I don't think is right, because that's what police is for, to go after the thieves, to protect and serve, yada yada. She should had to go to the police, but some people wants justice by their own hands.) You see...When I talk about this case, people tend to think that I'm seein CSI a lot, but for me this case isn't so simple as it looks. Am I tripping that bad ?  (Jul 17, 2012 | post #263)