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Robert J. Carson, AKA B.J. was born on July 16, 1989.

B.J. is the only son of Joseph and Regina Carson. Joseph inherited a large estate at the passing of his parents and is financially set for life. Regina owns and operates a doggie day-care called "Paws & Whiskers."

B.J. graduated high school in 2007 and had no desire to further his education.

His parents purchase his clothes and provide him with meals, but they refuse to give him cash. They suspect he is smoking pot and do not want to contribute to that behavior. Joseph confronted Robert in early 2010 and told him to "find employment or get out."

B.J. was hired at The Theatre as a stagehand. He has been employed there for seven months. Working with the props and helping the staff to set the stage for the plays has made Robert aware that he is artistically talented. This inspired him to siign up for some night art classes.

He has been asked to paint the background at the theatre for the most recent set.

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The letter found at the scene has a sign drawn which is usually assosiated with punks and the liberty of freedom. An artist is usually quite a perfectionist about his or her work, whether it be a doodle or a proper art piece. The sign drew on the...

The letter found at the scene has a sign drawn which is usually assosiated with punks and the liberty of freedom. An artist is usually quite a perfectionist about his or her work, whether it be a doodle or a proper art piece. The sign drew on the paper did not show that the person who had written the letter had any inclination to the arts. The circle, for example that is drew around the A, shows indication that the person who drew it put effort into trying to make it into a circle (shown by the small 'sketching lines') It is unlikely that an artist who is as talented as Robert J Carson (as this article suggests he is), would leave the drawings 'scruffy' and 'unperfect' on something as significant as a letter found at the scene. However on the other hand, being interested in the arts may make the witness more aware of the various signs and symbols and their meanings?

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