iamdee1 Posted October 26, 2011 #26 Share Posted October 26, 2011 (edited) I think the timing of this documentary is a little bit strange. Don't get me wrong, it's a great thing that somebody took the time to do this documentary and to tell Tara's story, it's a story that everybody should know, it's a very important case. However we still don't know where is Tara's body, and nothing new happened since 2008, so I don't know why they have suddenly decided to do this documentary, when we still have no evidences that the Sheriff's story is true. I'll write a mail to these people, at taracalico.com, and ask them if the sheriff is credible. I really have my doubts. I've had time to think about this and came up with a few answers to your question as to why they are having the documentary now. A.) Her mother was waiting to see if the sheriff was going to do anything about the confessions. B.) It took awhile for the information to get back to the mother or the website. C.) She thinks the whole story reaks of crap. D.) All of the above. Did you contact the TaraCalico Website today? Learn anything good? Edited October 26, 2011 by iamdee1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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