posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:45 PM
There is a possibility that the police have requested a blackout on this information, i.e., the record of two room-mates from California. I know the
cat is out of the bag, but police might be wanting to muffle discussion of possible room-mates for their own reasons.
That sounds kind of feeble, but I'm stuck on the fact that California was cited as the origin of the two room-mates. It makes me think that specific
individuals are being referenced. The emphasis on "public records" is suspicious too. It makes me think that the journalists might be trying to
protect the identities of people who work for the university, or police officers who may have talked out of turn and said something they were told not
to talk about.
For me the jury is still out on the room-mates, but I admit it would be very far fetched for real university room-mates, i.e., grad students, to be
involved in this.
edit on 24-7-2012 by ipsedixit because: (no reason given)