Category: theories

If…

What If We’ve Hurt, Not Helped? Of the two questions invariably asked of us over the last two years (the first: ‘Who do you think did it?‘), it was the hardest to answer. ‘What effect do you think you’ve had…

The Philadelphia Story

When Is A Cold Case “Cold”? It’s been more than four years since Robert Wone was found stabbed at 1509 Swann Street on August 2nd, 2006.   Nobody has ever been charged with his murder.   The evidentiary trail has run dry,…

Mind Games?

Is this the face of a sociopath?

Compare, Contrast, and Consider In the September 6 edition of The New Yorker, writer Carl Elliott profiles convicted murderer Colin Bouwer in a piece titled “Mind Games.”  It’s a cold tale of murder, deception, strange behavior and a town fooled…

Winners and Losers

Govt’s Streamlined Case Up Ends the C.W.  Who Wins and Loses? Friday’s status hearing revealed that the government was “winnowing” their case as the May 10 trial date draws near. By dropping  many of the uncharged conducted aspects and focusing only…

The Brothers Price

Friday’s Hearing – And Behavior – Raises A New Theory The more time passes from Friday’s status hearing, the more serious questions arise.  We love hearings like that, and will have much to say over the next few weeks. As…