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Old May 13, 2005, 05:32 AM   #9
LAK
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Looks like there are a few others that are unconvinced;

http://cgi.desert-sun.com/mcgowans.shtml

The media reporting style is not unusual, but there is a pattern with many cases I see where the "verdict" is in long before a truly thorough investigation could be conducted. Although completely different in circumstance, it reminds me of cases like Cliff Baxter.

Compare the common story most people will remember long after it fades from the news:

Quote:
Ranch Deaths Ruled Murder-Suicide

GARNER VALLEY, Calif., May 11, 2005

(CBS/AP) The sheriff confirmed Wednesday that the deaths of six family members in a remote ranch home were a murder-suicide carried out by a district attorney's investigator, who killed his mother, wife, three children and himself with his service weapon.
http://election.cbsnews.com/stories/...in694467.shtml

With this one:

Quote:
No Motive Found in California Murders

Investigators have not determined a motive in the slaying of six people- including three children-found dead in a sprawling ranch home here but also have not ruled out a murder-suicide
http://www.kfmb.com/story.php?id=12067
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