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  • Personally, I believe in the Shield Law, but there is just too much hidden in this case. Why do you think a juvenile was used as the victim? No name, no face, no testimony. Mike Ratcliff chose the worse of two evils to keep from going to prison. Jeff Grimsinger did the same, but his scenerio involved execution. There is no evidence produced in either case, no sensational courtroom news and only rumors remain. Remember the doctor's husband who was found in a dumpster and pills that was ruled a suicide? Sorry, that is just too weird to arbitrarily name it. But Victorians bought it, when we really don't know a thing about any of it! In all three of these, nothing was presented in a court of law.

    September 14, 2009 at 3:28 p.m.
  • Personally, I believe in the Shield Law, but there is just too much hidden in this case. Why do you think a juvenile was used as the victim? No name, no face, no testimony. Mike Ratcliff chose the worse of two evils to keep from going to prison. Jeff Grimsinger did the same, but his scenerio involved execution. There is no evidence produced in either case, no sensational courtroom news and only rumors remain. Remember the doctor's husband who was found in a dumpster and pills that was ruled a suicide? Sorry, that is just too weird to arbitrarily call a suicide. But Victorians bought it, when we really don't know a thing about any of it! In all three of these, nothing was presented in a court of law.

    September 14, 2009 at 3:27 p.m.