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I'm offering a $50,000,000 million reward that leads to an arrest and prison sentence.

 

You do realize that you wrote you are offering a $50,000,000, million reward right?

 

Somehow I don't believe that would be the proper way to write that.  :huh:

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Who Killed Lorenzen Wright Part One

Who Killed Lorenzen Wright Part Two

Who Killed Lorenzen Wright Part Three

 

I don't think whoever that did it is from the Memphis are or had any connections to the Memphis area. i hate to say it but i doubt if it will be solved anytime soon, if ever.

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You do realize that you wrote you are offering a $50,000,000, million reward right?

 

Somehow I don't believe that would be the proper way to write that.  :huh:

 

But Chip, that's only $1,562,500 from every single person in the USA. 

A mere $6,849 from everyone in the world. 

 

Compared to NBA salaries, that's peanuts. 

The hard part is going door-to-door to collect the money. 

There are about 6500 spoken languages in the world. 

 

(Punjabi: Mainū Lorenzen rā'īṭa dē kātala la'ē la'ī ināma dē paisē ikaṭhē karana rihā hai)

 

Three more days and we won't have to post stuff like this. 

We can get back to the usual moaning. 

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6 hours ago, fanboyslim said:

Development in Ren's case:

If it's confirmed that's some darn good police work.

I'm thinking more along the lines of a darn good informant. That's just way too random. Someone had to tell them that was there. Who knows if it recently found itself there or if it has been there the past 7 years but finding it in a random lake in MS 75 miles outside of Memphis sounds more like an informant told them something, which could be a good thing because it may lead to solving the case. 

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9 hours ago, Notorious O.D.K. said:

I'm thinking more along the lines of a darn good informant. That's just way too random. Someone had to tell them that was there. Who knows if it recently found itself there or if it has been there the past 7 years but finding it in a random lake in MS 75 miles outside of Memphis sounds more like an informant told them something, which could be a good thing because it may lead to solving the case. 

Using informants is a part of good police work.  Hope they get the culprit.

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10 hours ago, Notorious O.D.K. said:

I'm thinking more along the lines of a darn good informant. That's just way too random. Someone had to tell them that was there. Who knows if it recently found itself there or if it has been there the past 7 years but finding it in a random lake in MS 75 miles outside of Memphis sounds more like an informant told them something, which could be a good thing because it may lead to solving the case. 

Yes, of course, I doubt they'd be randomly dredging lakes in the land of the 10000 lakes. :P

I meant good work in the sense of not letting the trail go cold after 7 years.

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11 hours ago, fanboyslim said:

Yes, of course, I doubt they'd be randomly dredging lakes in the land of the 10000 lakes. :P

I meant good work in the sense of not letting the trail go cold after 7 years.

No doubt, it had to be a key witness or someone that knows someone connected to the case. Out of all the places, the gun is found in a lake that far away from the murder scene. Crazy

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Maybe someone looking to deal to get out of a current entanglement...someone that's sat on the info saving it for a get out of jail free card...

or, I watch too much tv....

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Definitely an informant.   I heard their were 2 shooters, 2 different guns use.   Crazy, location 60 or 70 miles away from the crime scene.

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On 7/30/2010 at 4:04 PM, MAGNOLIAMANE said:

 

Or she's lying. I don't think selling a car to a big time drug dealer means anything. Drug dealers have the money and waste it on flashy cars. Last I checked you don't have to do a background check on people you sell stuff to.

 

The ex wife is extremely suspicious. Ren lived in Memphis for years at the height of his fame and money and was not murdered.

 

1.He divorces his wife and is murdered before the ink dries on the divorce papers.

 

2. She's the last one to see him alive.

 

3. She doesn't have any information on who he left with that night "from her house"

 

4. Now she's telling a story of mysterious men who showed up on her door step with guns looking for him. But she didn't tell the father of her children? His family? The Cops?

 

5. What does she gain from his death? Did he have a multi million dollar life insurance policy? Did he have a will?

 

This is highly suspect

 

 

On 7/30/2010 at 5:07 PM, Guest teamball said:

 

DING DING DING DING!!!!!!

 

I think she is completely making up that story. You show up to my house with guns and leave, I won't be far behind you leaving myself. I'd pack up and hide and tell the cops and tell Ren. Who'd keep that a secret? Nobody.

 

Not to mention the story is dumb itself. 3 armed men show up to your door and ask if Ren is there. You say no. Then they just leave? I don't think so. If I'm looking for somebody, I come to your door then walk right past you when you open it. I'd search through the house and then toss your stuff around to let you know you should fear me. Guns alone don't scare people away from telling the cops or anybody else.

 

She's lying. She's a crazy angry woman. I really think she played a big part in this.

 

 

On 7/30/2010 at 5:25 PM, Notorious O.D.K. said:

 

 

I'm sorry I just don't believe this. I saw this in the CA update this morning and something about that just doesn't make sense. If you have 3 thugs, who are out to get Ren and they go to his house, why would they take his ex-wife's word that he wasn't there? If they went that far, you would think they would force themselves into the house to ENSURE he wasn't there. Thugs don't care about women and children, if it was a murder for hire as people want to speculate, they would have knocked her out of the way, put a gun to her head, tore the house up looking for him and then left. They would NOT have politely rung the doorbell, asked if he was there, took her word for it and then left. It makes no sense. Compounding the issue is she didn't tell anyone. I mean really? That happens and you don't tell anyone? Even after your ex-husband has been missing for days, the thought just NEVER crossed your mind that maybe the two incidents are linked?

 

I just don't believe it. I'm not pointing fingers but that story sounds odd to me.

 

 

Pretty interesting trip down memory lane with this thread. Lots of stuff on this thread, considering some of the current players on the roster at the time, but page 7 seems to have a few winning posts.

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