The whole thing is horrifying. I haven't lived in KC for awhile, but it still feels too close to home.

Wasn't it Polly Klaas's dad that said it didn't matter what the police did, he would cooperate? He agreed to every test, interview, etc. that the police wanted because he knew he had nothing to hide. He just wanted to find his little girl. Him saying that is what stuck with me when I see these stories.

I can't even begin to imagine what it feels like to have a child stolen from your house, so I won't judge how they have acted on TV, news, etc. Everyone deals differently. But I just cannot fathom telling the police I didn't want to answer anymore questions.
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