2/22/2018--Just call it frustration. Frustration that six young girls were killed in Carroll County, Indiana. And over a year later, we still don't have answers.
Let me first say that I place absoutely no blame on the local law enforcement officials. They are very dedicated people who I know personally who would like nothing better than to solve these crimes. They are probably as frustrated as the rest of us that no arrests have been made.
But I will question the support they have been given by State and Federal officials.
My Wife and I are addicted to the ID channel. Real crimes. Real investigations. And then we see these crimes in Carroll County, Indiana. Four young girls killed in an Arson fire in the small community of Flora, Indiana. Followed by the murders of two young girls on an afternoon walk along a historic trail near Delphi.
We realize that the Flora arson can be difficult. But in the case of Abby and Libby on the Monon High Bridge Trail, they have a picture of the perpetrator. They have an audio clip of his voice. They most likely have DNA evidence. And yet, over a year later, after over 30,000 tips, they can't tell us who did this terrible crime? Our frustration should be understandable.
It should be understandable because this is 2018, not 1887. We have DNA. We have a system on smartphones which tells every location a person has been to, whether the phone is on or off. We have such modern technology that we feel it should have already been solved. And yet we wait. Over a year has passed, and we wait. And we want answers. And we want a suspect. And we want to see that modern technolody actually works to provide Justice for these six Carroll County precious children who died.
Please God, let the law enforcement officials have the answers. Let Justice reign for these lovely six children.
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