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04 May 2005

Still No Rational Voices in Runaway Bride Story

Other than the girl's father who said it's none of the DA's damned business where or why his daughter left town, and the jilted fiance, and yours truly of course, I can't find any one who can think straight on this issue. My recommendation: if, God forbid, one of your loved ones should wind up missing, think twice before reporting it, or you could find yourself having to foot one huge bill the town will give you if she should show up ok.
The other side of the coin is the gross incompetence of the police. We've already seen grossly incompetent police messing up in Massachusetts. In Duluth GA, the runaway bride apparently left her ring home! That wasn't a tip-off? Were the kidnappers supposed to have mailed it back?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I still say there would be less problems with this case if the chick had not cryed foul. Disappearing is one thing- claiming you were kidnapped is another.
Am I wrong??

May 04, 2005 11:59 AM  
Blogger ziel said...

Yes, you're wrong because by the time anyone heard that she'd claimed to be kidnapped she'd already admitted she'd not been kidnapped. After being missing for 6 days, she made a couple calls to say she was alright but that she had been kidnapped. Then within an hour she admitted she was not kidnapped. Her claim to have been kidnapped is competely irrelevant to how much money was spent searching for her or how much anguish she caused - all that was caused simply by her skipping town without telling anyone - something we all the right to do.

May 04, 2005 1:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you want to say that she should be charged with some petty offense that's one thing. But you can't use it as an excuse to try and get her to foot the bill. It's not like she phoned in a false kidnapping charge to start the people looking. She was just doing her own thing...unitl it became an over blown media frenzy

May 04, 2005 9:26 PM  

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