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Published: Monday, Aug. 29 2011 6:00 p.m. MDT

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Newport Beach, CA

"Battleship gray"?

What is this -- the audition for Raymond Chandler Impersonation Theater? Very noir...

Why is it always "battleship gray," by the way, and never "aircraft carrier gray" or "frigate gray" or "LHA gray"? Isn't the paint all the same color?

Rugeley, Staffs

TheProudDuck, a case as serious as this, murder committed on a lady working to help support her family, and all you can think of is to mock the writer?

The perpetrators of this lady's murder will not escape justice. One day all answers will be broadcast, and these men will face their Maker. They will pay the price, and the lady will be avenged.

Layton, UT

Sad story. Especially how devastating it was to the victim's family. It's the story that seldom gets told.

Provo, UT

I wonder if they have spoken to the wives of the suspects. I also wonder how much of the details of the murder were public when Nisonger told his initial story.

West Jordan, UT

A convicted felon was in posession of weapons, or whatever he wasn't supposed to have? No Way! Sad story though. I hope this cold case can be solved from this new investigation.


So very tragic. It brought tears to my eyes. I agree with raybies--I'm glad they focused on the devastation to the victim's family. These criminals usually get treated like celebrities without anyone seeing the consequences of what they've done. I hope they get this case together and fry them.

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