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Let me tell you what happened to Maura Murray (and I have not listened to the entire interview with her sister). Maura drove up there to get away and let her ‘hair down’. She was under tremendous external, but mostly internal pressure to ‘perform’ . She just wanted to ‘get away’ briefly. Her car broke down, or she hit a snow drift (not sure) and she was picked up by a few local boys who saw this pretty girl out in the cold. She went along naively. When they pressured her for sex, things got out of hand and she died. The dogs in the documentary were very clear where they lost her ‘scent’. It was in the middle of the road. She got into a car. How do I know this? I’m not even totally sure. But I can see it in my head unfolding. The fact that the local police did not aggressively pursue local leads is a travesty. I encourage you to look at connections between local boys and the sheriff/police dept. They tend to protect their own. Maybe I’m waaaay off base. But I have no dog in this fight…except wanting justice for Maura. All I can tell you is that scenario is what God has shown me. Make of it what you will. I simply leave it in your hands.
JAPC via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/27/24
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