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Johnny S. Clarke & Lisa Straub- young Ohio couple murdered
#41
the person who was on the phone was a heroin dealer! Yes her credibility is shit! Her Ex-Boyfriend just got out of prison for Robbery. I wouldn't believe anything out of her mouth. Also, she lives with Mr.Z mom. Mr.Z mom told me this a month before the murder. Told me two weeks ago that here son is going thru percocets withdraws and has been stealing from her probley to support the habit since he has no job.
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#42
a note here: please do not post anybody's name as a possible suspect until LE says they are. just a caution, thanks. Smiley_emoticons_smile

















































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#43
(02-04-2011, 10:34 AM)pinkyfloyd Wrote: The combination of the cops not saying anything + nothing being leaked, that points to nobody having any real clue who did this.

-pink


No, it doesn't.


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#44
(02-04-2011, 10:45 AM)Unknown Wrote: what do you mean?

"The combination of the cops not saying anything + nothing being leaked, that points to nobody having any real clue who did this."

-pink
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#45
in a town like Toledo, in this day and age, it most certainly does.

Nobody in Toledo can keep anything secret.

-pink
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#46
I wont use real names.
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#47
(02-04-2011, 10:58 AM)pinkyfloyd Wrote:
(02-04-2011, 10:45 AM)Unknown Wrote: what do you mean?

"The combination of the cops not saying anything + nothing being leaked, that points to nobody having any real clue who did this."

-pink

not necessarily. the police often keep their info and investigation quiet. there are many reasons for that.


















































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#48
(02-04-2011, 11:00 AM)pinkyfloyd Wrote: in a town like Toledo, in this day and age, it most certainly does.

Nobody in Toledo can keep anything secret.

-pink


Are you inferring that small town cops are so unprofessional that they gossip over donuts to the waitress that serves them?

Just because citizens are not privy to the investigation doesn't mean a damn thing.


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#49
no, I am implying it.

you would be the one inferring it.

basic grammar has and always will be absolutely integral in order to have one's posts hold any water.

and don't get me wrong, it's not just a problem in Toledo. Name one big major secret that has been kept recently when it comes to law enforcement?

-John
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#50


hah I got a lesson in grammar. *smirk*
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#51
After reading through your posts, I just had one thought that stuck out quite a bit.

It appears this "unknown" person knows quite a bit and may have information to help the case. If that is so, why haven't they gone forward to police to share this information and help in the investigation?

Two young people lost their lives. Whether drugs were involved or not, their families need closure.
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#52
Pinky: and don't get me wrong, it's not just a problem in Toledo. Name one big major secret that has been kept recently when it comes to law enforcement?


well, if it's secret, by definition we don't know it. Smiley_emoticons_stumm in otherwords, who knows what the authorities are holding back? from years of LE experience, i can tell you it is rare to compromise a case by blabbing everything. details are held "close to the vest" to protect a possible trial.
and leaks & gossip are not to be trusted until they are confirmed by LE.

















































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#53
Ms.T said she drove over there and all the lights are on in the house and looks like it was ransacked. how did she know the house was ransacked when even the police and the father didn't see that, the cops came out twice and didn't see anything suspicious it wasn't until someone got boosted up to the window that they see the body(s) and new something happened. It seems she already knew what happened.
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#54
(02-04-2011, 11:48 AM)RaisingAPrince Wrote: After reading through your posts, I just had one thought that stuck out quite a bit.

It appears this "unknown" person knows quite a bit and may have information to help the case. If that is so, why haven't they gone forward to police to share this information and help in the investigation?

Two young people lost their lives. Whether drugs were involved or not, their families need closure.

Hello, welcome to Mock, and thanks for joining. Smiley_emoticons_smile

Unknown has stated he did go to police with his information.


















































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#55
I apologize. I missed that!

Definitely makes me feel better!!
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#56
(02-04-2011, 11:52 AM)RaisingAPrince Wrote: I apologize. I missed that!

Definitely makes me feel better!!

he may not have stated it here, but he did elsewhere.
glad to have you.




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#57
I'm not really a prick, I just play one on the interwebs...

-pink
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#58
(02-04-2011, 12:01 PM)pinkyfloyd Wrote: I'm not really a prick, I just play one on the interwebs...

-pink

hahahaha...well you're in the right place here!
you'll need to stand in line for prickness however.
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#59
(02-04-2011, 12:01 PM)pinkyfloyd Wrote: I'm not really a prick, I just play one on the interwebs...

-pink


You've found a home here then. I highly encourage that kind of attitude in Mock. Awink


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#60
and lucky for me that my business is 100% online, lots of idle time for acting....

-pink
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