Adam Walsh murder case finally closed.

IdRatherBeSkiing

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I am glad the family has closure.

Too bad the loser was not alive so we could fry him or give him some prison justice.
 

antsie

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I'm also glad the family finally has closure. I am very thankful to John Walsh for all of his work with missing children and for his work on America's Most Wanted.
 

Wolf

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Sometimes I watch America Most Wanted if there nothing else on, but to be honest, I never knew about this until yesterday. But after reading the story, I feel sorry for the Walsh family and I am glad they finally found closure!
 

Casual Fan

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I heard John Walsh speak one time. He is a god's honest hero. I'd run through a brick wall for this guy. Schmucks like the Goldmans sue OJ Simpson and piss and moan. John Walsh made it his life's passion to nail scumbags.
 

IronJabroni

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not sure why the Goldmans are the schmucks here...their son was decapitated by the juice for crissakes
 

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I'm glad there is finally closure for the Walsh family. I knew his son was murdered but I had no idea that they didn't know who the killer was.
 

mrpacs

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Sounds like the authorities fugged up the investigation yet again. It's a wonder that they're able to solve a Rubik's cube let alone a murder.
 

limegrass69

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I am also glad there is closure in the minds of the Walsh family.

The good thing (if I can put it that way) that came from this horrible crime is that John Walsh has done a lot of good things to raise awareness of all sorts of crimes and has worked hard for good causes to get the public more involved in solving some of these cases.
 

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I'm glad there is finally closure for the Walsh family. I knew his son was murdered but I had no idea that they didn't know who the killer was.
Actually, Ottis Toole was the prime suspect all along, and the Walsh family was well aware of it.

However, due to the way the Florida authorities completely botched the investigation, it has never been confirmed until now.

The authorities lost the suspect's car! How in @#$%^&!* do you lose an entire car involved in a homicide investigation?! :rolleyes: To this day, it's never been found.


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I always thought his son's head was mailed to him in a box but the TV news said they found it floating down the river.
Either way I think John Walsh has some issues to work through.
 

v1ru5

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I really wish that people convicted of such ruthless crimes could be executed in the same manner as their victims.
 

limegrass69

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I really wish that people convicted of such ruthless crimes could be executed in the same manner as their victims.
Yeah...like that crazy woman in Orlando who claimed she gave her daughter to the baby sitter and then she just disappeared. But then took 6 weeks to report it.
 

v1ru5

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Hard to kill a guy who is already dead.
I don't care how tough the perpetrator might act. The knowledge that he/she is about to die the same way as they murdered their victims will bring them back to reality. True they may not be afraid of dieing but the way they die is a different matter.:mad:
 

IdRatherBeSkiing

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I don't care how tough the perpetrator might act. The knowledge that he/she is about to die the same way as they murdered their victims will bring them back to reality. True they may not be afraid of dieing but the way they die is a different matter.:mad:
I don't disagree with you ... but in this case the guy has been dead for 10 years. Its not like you can kill him again.