Here you will find articles relocated from Uncommon Knolwedge "Cases", as well as updates, new articles, possible leads and new perspectives on those cases and more.

Browsing Archive: September, 2010

Coincidence or Connection?

Posted by C. Lynnette Thomas on Wednesday, September 29, 2010,

For over six years I have been struggling to come up with a manner in which to present some rather "out of the box" views that have developed largely on their own. Views that just make sense. Views that really need looking into if we do, in fact, desire to solve cases. We can bring peace to the families as well as justice for the victims and our communities. Yet, these views regard cases of children listed as missing and therefore address incredibly sensitive issues. Respecting the families o...


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Jackie Cooper

Posted by C. Lynnette Thomas on Tuesday, September 14, 2010,

For many, the brutal torture unto murder of precious little Jackie Cooper is “old news.” According to Summit County prosecutors, it's “case closed” with a victory attributing success to that office. Summit County Child Services Board [CSB] simply remains silent with somber looks when the toddler's name is mentioned. Juvenile court judge, Linda Teodosio, struggled to fight off burning tears the very instant this baby's name was spoken at an otherwise pleasant meeting with Ohio Family R...


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Louis Mackerly

Posted by C. Lynnette Thomas on Tuesday, September 14, 2010,

Divine providence brings exposure unlike all else. Has anyone ever wondered why psychics are hailed, even paid our tax dollars, to “track” or expose a perpetrator in cases of, say, a missing child? Or a murder? Yet, at the same time, Christians who proclaim any divine arrangement of our Lord Jesus, is deemed “delusional”?

Here is an example of a case that, although it has long grown cold, our Lord does not forget. It's the case of little Louis Mackerley. Born in February of 1977 and ...


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