Re: Melanie Mcguire is innocent
- From: "tiny dancer" <tinydancer357@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 16:24:19 -0400
"Charlie Wilkes" <charlie_wilkes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Sat, 22 Mar 2008 10:15:28 -0700, comadrejo wrote:
In article <r0bFj.33060$by3.14489@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"tiny dancer" <tinydancer357@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"comadrejo" <comadrejo-t@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
In article <pan.2008.03.22.14.30.57@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Charlie
Wilkes <charlie_wilkes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Fri, 21 Mar 2008 22:18:49 -0700, Bo Raxo wrote:I would also learn some things about human anatomy, or looking how
And when the police told her that her husband's dismembered body
had been found, she didn't shed a single tear.
I would have. What is with these losers who can't be troubled to
weight down a body so it will not wash up on shore later? You need
to get nylon netting, nylon rope, and half a dozen heavy cinder
blocks... and pick a spot where the water is deep enough so the body
won't get snagged by an anchor or fishing tackle.
Ancient Egyptians mummified bodies. I think disemboweling the
stomach and the large and small intestine will help, and doing
something about the liver won't hurt either for the dastardly, in
keeping the body hidden beneath the waves.
If that doesn't work, dress the body as a sea lion throw some horse
blood on it and dump it at Año Nuevo Reserve south of Half Moon Bay
and north of Santa Cruz. The area is like a "Whole Foods" for great
white sharks. Some of the fattest and biggest great white sharks in
the world are around there from a diet of sea lions and elephant
seals.. Overeaters Anonymous should start a support group for the
sharks in the area...
I was thinking along your lines, comadrejo. My suggestion was 'haul
the body to Florida and dump it along alligator alley.'
One needs an animal that has a bite to crush bones, or isn't a picky
eater, to me that eradicates any sort of feline. Actually a very good
animal to wipe away evidence but it takes some time are vultures, and
some vultures have beaks that can break bones..
All these ideas add unnecessary complications. Why would you want to
disembowel the body to prevent decomposition? What you want to do is get
rid of the body as quickly as possible and without leaving traces. And
you don't want alligators or any kind of large wildlife feeding on it
because a half-eaten limb might get left in a place where it could be
I live on the West Coast, in the San Juan Islands. For me, body disposal
would be a matter of proper packaging, as I have described, and a boat
trip out to President Channel, north of Orcas Island. The water there is
almost 1,000 feet deep in places. Nobody can anchor there, and no divers
or fishing tackle will go that deep.
For people living inland, the thing to do is to pick out a burial spot
before-hand... one that is in a spot where no one is likely to go.
Commit your murder, wait for dark, transport the corpse to the burial
site, and plant it at least 3 feet deep. Pack the grave nice and tight
and spread leaves over it to try to make it look as undisturbed as
Without a body, it's very hard for the authorities to get a conviction.
If Laci Peterson's body hadn't washed ashore, her husband would be a free
man today. Ditto Thomas Capano and the blood-spattered ice chest left
floating around in an area where it was found by another boater. Both
these guys were on the right track, but they were sloppy with the details.
IIRC, Capano was already under arrest when the ice chest *surfaced*. I
don't recall it being blood spattered. I thought it had bullet holes in it.
Capano's downfall was getting his druggie brother to assist him in the
disposal. The bother flipped and fingered him.
As for Scott Peterson, I think they would have tried him anyway, body or no
body. Others have been tried and convicted with no body. Me, I'd still
haul the body to florida and let the alligators and crocs 'have at it'. I
doubt they'd leave much edible behind. ;)