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KoKo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-02-08 12:27 PM
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13. I wonder
who found him. One report said he was found "in distress" at l:00 a.m. Who found him? Article never was from the hometown newspaper. Isn't it usual to say who found a person in "distress" at l:00 a.m....and who took him to the hospital?

Also interesting...he was a "Juggler" and started a "Juggling Group in his hometown." He was a "keyboard player and cleaned up after mass" at his local church. I wonder how long he'd been doing that. If it was a long time, surely someone would have noticed if he was behaving strangely. And, what about "handwriting experts." Wouldn't the FBI have samples of his writing to trace the "block printed letters" on the notes that were sent to figure out if there were similarities?
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