Hair Loss Suspect interview

The detectives spoke to a suspect in Frederick Miller's death.

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She dug herself a grave.
Telling the cops that her finger prints were on the murder weapon!!!!!

 
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Her arrest seems a whole lot of hocus-pocus at best. Where's her "solid" motive? Yes the arrow had sample(s) from her hair and fingerprints and a yallady-lalldy loo of other incriminating 'evidence' which nevertheless leads me to suspect foul...

Her arrest seems a whole lot of hocus-pocus at best. Where's her "solid" motive? Yes the arrow had sample(s) from her hair and fingerprints and a yallady-lalldy loo of other incriminating 'evidence' which nevertheless leads me to suspect foul play here. No person is that stupid to connect a shot in the course of a murder with their 'flock of hair'; you simply fold them back the neck for ease and prevention of 'future inconveniences'. Until more evidence folds up specially regarding that 'unknown' fingerprint, no solid assumptions of the real suspect can be made.

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Frankly, I do not see what problem there is unless one hasn't been following the case closely.

She has a very strong motive - protecting her son and her reputation. Their future was on the line here. Combine that with her character,...

shabbymaq

Frankly, I do not see what problem there is unless one hasn't been following the case closely.

She has a very strong motive - protecting her son and her reputation. Their future was on the line here. Combine that with her character, her treatment of her son, her perfectionism and so forth, I'd of thought it would be pretty obvious by now that she has serious issues.

Her hair was not found with the arrow, but with the hat that was left behind near the scene of the crime if I recall correctly. Her fingerprints are on the arrow and the bow. Now please do explain what they're doing there! I bet my bottom dollar that unknown fingerprint probably was from Lyle Neslon who sold the arrows to Marc's dad! And then that ridiculous story of her buying a new bow for her son's birthday a year ahead...

The only foul play was with regards to Marc Huddleston, as he was clearly set-up as the murderer.

She was seen practising on paper human targets in woods in the jacket of her son shortly before the victim was killed! What was she doing, if not practising shooting at a human with confining clothes on in the hopes of making it look like a school kid shot off the arrow?

She has no alibi for the time of the actual murder. She was in the very close vicinity of the murder.

She was watching Marc Huddleston like a Hawk.She also had easy access to his gear.

I fail to see how she can not be the murderer of Frederick Miller and fail to see how someone can so easily dismiss the information we have gleaned up until now so flippantly.

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The mystery of the unidentified fingerprint : Cheryl Harris the witness with Angie.
She told Dets she was going yank the arrow out but Angie stopped her. She refused to give her prints and DNA.

 
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If Stephanie has a good defence lawyer she could pretty much receive a not guilty verdict in court.
The only solid evidence is her fingerprints on the bow and arrow. Argue the case that she was set up as well as Marc? The shoe print isn't...

If Stephanie has a good defence lawyer she could pretty much receive a not guilty verdict in court.
The only solid evidence is her fingerprints on the bow and arrow. Argue the case that she was set up as well as Marc? The shoe print isn't defined as Stephanie's, the hair looks the same but isn't a complete match, there is no record or evidence that she was involved in the cheating scam, (only Jimmy's admission that he was the cheat and he didn't mention Stephanie as an accomplice), and there are no witnesses that can say they saw Stephanie take the shot. No one has come forward to say they saw Stephanie steal Marc's arrow or his archery pin either. Was Marc's car dusted to see, if by chance, Stephanie's prints were found?
Sherri Oster, (another student's mother ), spoke with Det's and made a statement referring to Marc's jacket being folded. Strange statement to make in light of what else she had to say, but nothing was ever followed through with. A status report said Dets were going to talk more with Sherri but nothing was ever mentioned.
Yes Stephanie was observed practicing archery in secret but she could say she wanted to break the bow in for Jimmy, ( make sure it felt right and easy enough to shoot with a school jacket on), she was very particular about things and they had to be perfect.
How did Stephanie hide a bow and arrow amongst the busyness of a major sewing event and then gather those things and take a perfect 10 shot and be back as if nothing happened? It was suggested by one comment, that because they were all ladies at the event, the gents bathrooms would not have been in use and the murder items could have been hidden there. Fair point, but very risky. Were they in Stephanie's car? Point is, no one saw her retrieve these items and put them to use. No one even noticed Stephanie missing.
Do l think she's guilty? Yes. l felt she had something to do with Fredrick's murder from the time I read Stephanie's interview. Just saying, a good defence lawyer might be able to get her off on this charge.
For the right price that is

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Do I think she's innocent? Maybe her husband set her up or Sherri Oster. Things are left uncertain? So really you can draw your conclusions.
PS> I heard Fredrick's life insurance was paid out for a sum of $575.000, and Caroline and Lyle are...

Do I think she's innocent? Maybe her husband set her up or Sherri Oster. Things are left uncertain? So really you can draw your conclusions.
PS> I heard Fredrick's life insurance was paid out for a sum of $575.000, and Caroline and Lyle are engaged to be married. So sad for Marc and Lizzie though, Lizzie just couldn't trust Marc anymore. No matter how Lizzie tried, she just couldn't get it out of her head that Marc was arrested for the murder of her Father. Marc pleaded with her and explained the situation but to no avail. Their relationship ended and Marc has lost all hope in ever shooting a bow again.

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