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Published: Monday, March 10 2014 5:50 p.m. MDT

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U-tar
Woodland Hills, UT

Hope they find the killer and string him up.

concretebo
Sandy, UT

So I am curious , with all the technology we have in Google Earth could they not zero in on location and see if what it might spark up? maybe a lead ? Maybe a vehicle, IDK.
I was surprised that they (Malaysia) lost an airplane last week. Surely we can do better than this folks.My heart goes out to the Family :(

JBQ
Saint Louis, MO

This is just one more sad story about victims in a sex obsessed society. The girl went out for a social adventure. The predator had other plans which were probably fueled by pornography and drugs. Both pornography and drugs are viewed by radical libertarians as a right for individual freedom. Nevertheless, these issues must be seen in the context of the overall society. The protection of the family and maturing young people who are trying to navigate their life through a confusing teen age years of life should come first. That is why the evils of society are attacking organized religion and claiming that religion is biased toward various groups. The real agenda is one that is a lot more vicious. The recent death in Springfield, Mo, of Hailey Owens has many of the same earmarks as that which happened to Anne Kasprzak. These sexual predators are depraved and part of a growing underground which preys on the weak and innocent.

neece
Logan, UT

I am so sorry for your loss. No matter what the circumstances are it is never easy. My Brother was shot and killed in Fresno California 1 month before his 27th Birthday. Fortunately the man turned himself in, unfortunately his parents had money and hired 6 attorneys to defend him. he was shot my brother 6 times, all over another woman. The attorneys managed to put my brother on trial instead of the man who shot him. He actually got off. It is so difficult to see him get to spend time around town with his family when my brothers daughter gets to grow up without her father. Even though the circumstances between the two are a little different, the pain never goes away. It gets a little easier but hang in there. It is through my faith that gets me and my family through... knowing we will see and be with him gives us comfort.

BlueEyesBrittany
Paris, 00

One of my sister died in very suspicious circumstances. I know some of the details but not all of them. It was long ago and i am still scared to death that this might happened to me or any other women considering all the violence, abuse, injustice or other bad treatments women suffer from men and sometimes other women too. I have seen violence in my family or many other nasty behaviours. I know what people can do to others and men in particular to women. To me until i die, men will be synonymous with danger and threat. I may feel comfortable with some but will never entirely trust any.

SO i hope that will never give up on finding whoever did that to your daughter and that whoever did pay the price for such a horrible crime.

I only understand too well how you may feel

CBAX
Provo, UT

A word to the wise, avoid people you know you should avoid and places you know you should avoid. Men, women, children, whoever. This won't always keep you safe but it can help. I know that ideally a has the right to be wherever that person wants to be but that's not pragmatic at all.

Most of the time trouble happens it happens with unsavory people. Don't bother with the few exceptions to this rule, it won't prove anything. 70 percent of rapes are acquaintance rape. That means the people you chose to spend time with are often the people that... well you get it.

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