Originally posted by Vs Vortex
i remember right after scott was arrested, seeing a clip on CNN (actually watched 3 loops to make sure) of an interview with his parents. they stated
that laci was the 3rd gal fished out in that area, who had been pregnant, in 18 months time. and the last victim was only a few months prior and to
look it up. it is a matter of public record and how come they aren't reporting on that part of the story.
Good grief. Why isn't this being followed up a little more?
Barely related, but: a friend told me that there have been a whole series of murders incredibly similar to that of Nicole Brown Simpson in the same
area where she was murdered, apparently related to drugs--and framing the person 'punished'. This friend considered OJ indirectly responsible,
saying it related to drugs and was done because of him, but did not for a minute believe that he did it--but felt that he had realized what was going
on, and that he was being framed, and there was nothing he could do about it, resulting in a little bit of weird behavior.
I wonder how improbable it could be that some kind of serial killer is responsible for Laci's death, with a deliberate of choice of victims that
could frame someone else. After all, it's been noted how the DA didn't really even pursue several other angles, feeling they had their guilty part
in Scott. A serial killer would be a lot less likely to be caught if there was someone the police could seize on as the guilty party.
The fact that there might have been several different people with motives, hidden or known, makes it weird and confusing, but just because it might
have been convenient for Scott to murder his wife doesn't mean he did. And I have known people who were miserable scumbags about a lot of things, but
that didn't make them capable of casual murder, at least as far as I could tell. I admit Scott's behavior during their 'candlelight vigil' for
Laci is a bit odd, though--but then again, if they had for example, had some problem the night before, he might have thought that she drove off in
anger for awhile. No... even to me that sounds totally unlikely LOL.
I have thought since day1 that Scott was probably guilty. And it appears from the testimony and circumstantial evidence that he "might" be, and that
he certainly is a miserable human being.
But I have to say that I was put off by the fact that no evidence whatsoever has been found truly linking him to this. They thought he was guilty and
they have really looked, and it is NOT as easy as it might seem to murder someone and take their body out somewhere and dump it and not have any shred
of evidence. I mean really, aside from astronomically improbable good luck, with technology the way it is today, a person nearly needs to be a
forensic expert themselves to be smart enough to avoid leaving even a dot or hair or shred of evidence anywhere. Scott is just smart enough to lie
well; but he really does not strike me as a criminal mastermind.
The posts about his mistress really make her sound like a possibility. But then again you have to wonder, if Scott did not kill her and did not
conspire with anybody to kill her, then don't you think he would be a TAD upset at the knowledge that she was dead? And less than thrilled if he
thought the woman had murdered her? And why would he say to the woman, if he knew the murderer and it was her, that he knew who had done it but
couldn't tell her?
I still think he did it. But it's disturbing that there is no evidence. If I were on the jury I'd have to clear him, with what I've seen so far,
even though I feel certain he is guilty--but that is my feeling, not my knowing--my brain isn't convinced.
I do not think Laci's parents are involved in any way. You can't backseat drive the motives of people. Culturally some people are inclined to
always dress well and smile even if they're dying inside. One has to look for motive and I see no motive for her own parents to want to do her in,
especially when she was about ready to give birth. Really, this requires a gigantic assumption of human depravity. It ought to take a lot of
indications before that is considered of someone. I don't see that they've done anything to merit that.