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APD Gang officer Eric Garcia
 
Question: I'll throw a new name into the mix. APD Gang Officer Eric Garcia. His father, Fermin Garcia, was the owner and Manager of GO VIDEO and related to Alvin Campbell, Sheriff of Bernalillo County at that time.

I'll send more information privately. I hope anyone reading this who reacts to those names

Asked on Saturday, September 15, 2007 at 02:46:22 PM
 
Kaitlyn
 
Question: I happened upon your book yesterday at a yard sale.

The moment I finished it I got online to see what the conclusion had been.

I'm horrified to see that it still has yet to BE concluded.

Regarding the APD, a line from the movie Billy Jack comes to mind...
"When policemen break the law, there IS no law."

I also wanted to mention that I think Dung's name fits him perfectly... he IS what his name suggests, since he knows who murdered Kaitlyn yet refuses to say.

I know you keep saying that you don't think he killed her, but he may as well have pulled the trigger, having involved her at all.
Then, to drag her deeper into it, to make her a part of it to protect her...
Honestly, he should've been the one to have had his life ended since this is the kind of person he is.

He is every bit as much to blame as the one(s) who actually did the shooting.

Kaitlyn didn't deserve this.

Dung does.

I hope he gets his karma in this life and that we all get to know it.
Then, I hope he rots in hell for a very, very long time and is aware of every second of it.
And, if he does have another life after this one, I pray it's one that he deserves... that of a toiletbowl brush or maybe a fire hydrant in a dog park.

I wish you and your family as much peace and healing as you can find,
Stevie

Asked on Saturday, September 15, 2007 at 06:33:04 AM
Reply: I love the line you quoted from that movie. And it's particularly interesting because a cop who used the screen name "Billy Jack" contacted us with information. Now I realize the significance of the name he used.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Jen an interested reader
 
Question: In my senior year of high school I read this book which may I say I could not put it down I just had to finish it. I was upset at the end of the book because I did\'nt get to find out who actually committed this crime, let alone you as the mother have\'nt. Now a year later I have graduated and my sister is in her senior year reading this book now. She bought it home today talking about it, when i was reading it I always wonder since it was a true story should\'nt there be any information on the internet. I never actually got around to look it up then but today i came to work and found this website. As I was reviewing back over everything bc i forgot somethings that happened in the book. I started remembering everything but still dont understand things. I have many Questions if you can answer some of them if you dont mind. Did yall ever get a chance to get an actual phone record which actually shows who called her apt or if somebody dialed out? I seen that the police did\'nt follow through like they should of, you can\'t do anything about that?

Asked on Friday, September 14, 2007 at 08:44:33 PM
Reply: Yes, we were able to verify that the phone calls, made from Kait's apartment as soon as she was pronounced dead, were to the insurance fraud capper, Bao Tran, in California.

We don't know which of Dung's friends made the calls to inform Bao Tran that Kait was dead. At one point Dung told police he heard Khanh Pham make the calls. At another time he told police he heard An Quoc Le make the calls. (In truth, he didn't hear anybody make the calls, as he was with us at the hospital at the time they were made.)

No, there's nothing we can do about it. It's no crime to make a phone call.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
MySpace url
 
Question: I don't blame you. So am I. That's too bad that someone could be so cruel to use Kaitlin's info to start an account on MySpace.

Probably some sicko!

Asked on Friday, September 14, 2007 at 10:26:47 AM
Reply: Possibly, but not necessarily.

a number of Kait's friends have asked me if they can do "Myspace" pages that talk about her case. Of course, I always say "yes" because the more people who know about it, the better.

Posting a "Myspace" page in her name might be a well-intentioned and creative way to do that.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Person who posted MySpace url
 
Question: As in Chris Crocker?

Asked on Thursday, September 13, 2007 at 01:15:21 PM
 
MySpace url
 
Question: I just checked out that url that one of the posters left. It's there. You should have someone in your family (or a friend) creat an account so you can start talking to this person. Maybe it will lead you somewhere. Just a thought.

Asked on Thursday, September 13, 2007 at 01:13:27 PM
Reply: I'm not sure why, but for some reason, I'm reluctant to get involved with Myspace.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
closer
 
Question: do you feel that this case has come significantly closer to solving this mystery within the past 2 years? Also...maybe you should make a myspace for people who want to connect to you to help solve this case. Just advice...considering almost everyone has a myspace these days including politicians to music artist...just a thought...if you would rather not that is okay!! My thoughts and prayers are with your family~ one of your many fans and supporters!

Asked on Thursday, September 13, 2007 at 12:14:25 PM
Reply: Yes, the past two years have brought us a lot of important new information. However, if the police are unwilling to follow up on it, the case can't be officially "solved."

This Web site and message board serve the same purpose as a "Myspace." People with knowledge about Kait's case run her name through Google and land here.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
[From Chris]
 
Question: Did you know that Kaitlyn has a myspace page? Im not sure if you/your family set it up or if it was someone else? The picture on the profile is of your daughter. The URL is http://www.myspace.com/174703622
Thanks

Asked on Wednesday, September 12, 2007 at 02:22:58 PM
Reply: That wasn't posted by any of us.

I don't know much about "My Space." I assume that anybody who wants to post under a pseudonym can do that, even if the name they're posting under is a dead person.

Maybe it's a friend of Kait's who wants to get information. Or maybe it's a prankster.

At any rate, it's not a member of Kait's family.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
freedom of information act
 
Question: Dear Mrs. Arquette,

My question is; is it possible for you to sue the APD, under the Freedom on Information Act regarding the tips they refuse to reveal on that website; or even in a civil lawsuit for their millions of mistakes and bungling of your daughter's case; to being negligible in that their incompetence and unwillingness to follow up thoroughly? I know you would be uncomfortable with it; but if it helped; you could use the money to start a foundation in Kait's name.....
Has anything come of Chief Judge Brennan's arrest? Its a pity judges can't be tried for errors on the bench....

a fan

Asked on Sunday, September 09, 2007 at 02:02:34 AM
Reply: When it became evident that our only hope of obtaining the photographs from the second day work-up on Kait’s car would be to file a suit against APD, we made a trip to Albuquerque to meet with attorneys who had a history of suing the City. We were up front about the fact that our goal was to take the case to court so we could subpoena copies of case materials.

One attorney after another told us they weren't interested. The last one we met with was compassionate enough to tell us why.

"No attorney will take on this case with that stipulation,” he said. “True, there are those of us who have built our practices on suing the police, but we always settle out of court. The City has set aside a large amount of money for settlements with no admission of wrongdoing. That's the way it's done here."

Later the City Council commissioned an independent study "in the context of a serious and ongoing community crisis regarding the performance of the APD.” The study revealed that the city sets aside $4 million per year to settle claims against APD. Since the largest portion of those settlements goes to attorneys, it’s easy to see why they might be reluctant to upset that well-laden apple cart.

Judge Brennan resigned from the bench before he could be suspended, so he's eligible for retirement benefits. He went to the Betty Ford clinic and, upon his return, pleaded guilty to DWI and possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to a year’s probation and two days of house arrest and given a conditional discharge on the drug charge, so the felony conviction will eventually be removed from his record. His lady friend also pleaded guilty and received the same “punishment.” By entering guilty pleas, they avoided trial, which meant they never can be forced to disclose where they were that night or identify their drug suppliers.

I don't know where he is right now. There are rumors that he's working for his friends, the Maloofs, but I don't know that for a fact.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Justice for Kaitlyn Arquette
 
Question: (From: LoisDuncanfan)

Dear Lois Duncan and Arquette family and friends,

First let me offer my sympathy and prayers for you. I am a mom myself and I just cannot imagine I could be as strong and determined to find answers as you are. You were my fave author when I was a teenager! Judy Blume was my fave childhood author. Several years ago, I saw your book about Kaitlyn, and I was stunned. I don't know what to say; in this day and age; how is it that so many people refuse to tell the truth? Its such a shame that you are all in hiding. Reading this website excerpts, especially from "The Tallyman", just disturb me. Its like a giant spider web, and everyone who touches it, comes away with a piece of the web on themselves.
I just want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with you; and that you know all your fans wish you well and that I cannot wait to read "The Tallyman" very soon! I hope you find the answers you need; you have done so much good out of something very, very bad. I hope that very soon, you all won't have to live in the witness program any longer. Your precious Kaitlyn was a beautiful girl; and no parent should have to bury their child. I pray for justice for Kaitlyn Arquette.
Thank you.
God bless you and keep you all.

Asked on Sunday, September 09, 2007 at 12:53:25 AM
Reply: Your description of this situation as "a giant spider web" is excellent. That's exactly what it is. And a lot of good people have been trapped in it, including honest cops who know the truth about what happened but are prevented from doing the right thing because they are bound by the Blue Code of Silence.

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Encouragement
 
Question:
I hope that everyone reading these posts will be encouraged to do the right thing and to stay strong as they find creative ways to be truthful.

"For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." (II Timothy 1:7)

Asked on Saturday, September 08, 2007 at 04:36:10 PM
Reply: That's a beautiful quote. But, sad to say, for many people, fear is a stronger emotion than any other.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Hello
 
Question: Hi a reading the book about the muerder of your daughter and to me althoug i havent finish it i think it was dug;s friends that did , but like you said anything is possible. i been wondering if you guys still live in albuquerque,nm our moved out state, and if you still have contact with betty.

P.S I truly hope your daughter's mueder gets solved. take care and god bless you all...

Asked on Friday, September 07, 2007 at 05:01:50 PM
Reply: There appear to have been several groups of people at the scene when Kait was shot.

From the report of the witness who drove past the scene minutes after the shooting (see the message a few below this one) a police officer was there.

My personal belief is that Dung did not kill Kait, but your suggestion that his friends did cannot be discounted. Dung and his friends must have been there at the time of the shooting, because Dung was calling people, hysterically telling them, "Kait's dead! They shot Kait!" three hours before police broke the news to him.

Paul Apodaca was there. As was the person who drove off in Paul's VW Bug, leaving Paul at the scene to greet Det. Merriman when he arrived.

The Hispanic suspects who were arrested and then released -- Juve Escobedo, Miguel Garcia, and Marty Martinez -- may or may not have been there.

No, we don't live in Albuquerque any longer. After WHO KILLED MY DAUGHTER? was published, we received death threats to the rest of the family. My husband took early retirement from Sandia Lab, and we relocated.

We still have contact with Betty as a personal friend. We are no longer getting psychic readings. We feel we got all we were supposed to receive from psychics and what we need now is hard evidence or information from people with knowledge who trust us when we guarantee we won't reveal their identities.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Hello!!
 
Question: Hello, I have read the book " Who Killed My Daughter" for a class project and when I heard that it was a true book I couldn't believe it. I felt so sad, but I knew that your family is getting through the tragedy but keep your head up and a blessing will come your way......


Love Always A fan

Asked on Friday, September 07, 2007 at 10:13:17 AM
Reply: Thank you for reading the book and for caring about us and about Kait.

It's gratifying to our family to know that young people, who are just getting launched into the "real world", read Kait's story and come to realize that the "real world" is more than a video game.

We send blessings to you as well. You're the hope of the future.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
hey
 
Question: i think it was Dung Ngoc Nguyen...

Asked on Thursday, September 06, 2007 at 07:36:45 AM
Reply: As I said below, anything's possible. That's why we have such a large variety of people listed as possible suspects.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
I think...
 
Question: its just a gut feeling...
i mean i read all the stuff on this site...but i just don't think it was a regualar guy... i think a cop KILLED YOUR DAUGHTER!!!!

Asked on Thursday, September 06, 2007 at 07:34:53 AM
Reply: Anything's possible.

A witness who drove by the scene right after the shooting saw a uniformed officer standing at the open driver's door of Kait's car as if he was checking on her. Kait was upright behind the wheel, (the witness mentioned noticing her "bloody hair."

According to police reports, that officer wasn't there when Det. Merriman (plain clothes, unmarked car) stumbled onto the scene minutes later. Merriman and Officer Wallace both reported finding Kait prone across the two front bucket seats with her head against the passenger's door.

So, who was that uniformed officer and where did he go? Why didn't he report the shooting or stay with the victim? Did he cause Kait to topple over when he checked for a pulse?

So many questions.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Hello
 
Question: Hi, I was wondering if your family is going to post any new information reguarding your daughter's case on here? I've been praying for years that your family finds the answers you all so deserve. I understand, there may not be anything that you can post, however, I'm sure I dont just speak for myself, when I say that you are an amazing family! And God will take care of you, and who ever has done this horrible crime.

Asked on Wednesday, September 05, 2007 at 09:45:53 PM
Reply: Thank you for your kind words. We post as much as we can, but much of our new information is coming to us by private e-mail from tipsters who fear retailiation. We can't post anything that endangers them. However, we do have our PIs follow up on what they tell us. If we can verify that information on our own, through some outside source, without having to involve the tipsters, then we can post it.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
i think.....
 
Question: i think that she was killed by a cop.

Asked on Wednesday, September 05, 2007 at 07:31:02 AM
Reply: Do you have a particular reason for thinking that or is it just gut feeling?

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
mike vamp
 
Question: this question has been bugging me ever since i finished reading Who Killed My Daughter? about a year ago. now im into chapter 7 of Don't Look Behind You! and i was wondering how the psychic could have described MIKE VAMP a fiction character. that just doesn't make any sense to me whatsoever. i no that u probably don't no either, but i was just wondering. how a fiction character could be the killer of a real person. now i have read a lot of Nancy Drew mystery books, and i love the suspense,and im actually very good at solving the cases, but this is one case i just don't get.
your biggest mystery loving fan,
katie

Asked on Tuesday, September 04, 2007 at 06:36:06 PM
Reply: I agree, this is confusing to those of us who are not psychic. All I can do is tell you what I have been told by people who are (or who claim to be) psychic.

They say that information they receive psychically often comes to them in the form of images or symbols. For instance, in Chapter Eleven of WHO KILLED MY DAUGHTER?, when I asked psychic Betty Muench, "Would it be the right thing to turn all our information over to Mike Gallagher, investigative reporter?" she did a reading by automatic writing that said, "There is an image of a flatbed with a great bomb on it." As you can see from the copy of that reading in my book, she actually drew a sketch of that image on the corner of the page. She went on to say that the "bomb" was an image of Mike's energy, and he would "appear at first to be overkill" but would "cause some kind of intimidation" which would "cause a great headache" to those involved in the cover-up.

That's exactly what happened. Mike exploded the "random shooting" theory by doing his own investigation and writing an indepth story about his findings. That started events in motion that eventually led to charges against the Hispanc suspects being dropped. That caused APD "a great headache."

The image Noreen Renier received of "Mike Vamp" from my novel DON'T LOOK BEHIND YOU is also symbolic. "Mike Vamp" was a hired hitman who worked for international drug smugglers. Noreen interprets the sketch the police artist drew of "Mike Vamp's" face as a symbol conveying the message that Kait was killed by a drug smuggler's hit man like the one in my book.

The Nancy Drew mysteries are fiction, and the authors make them simplistic because they're written for young readers. Real life doesn't follow the rules of plotted fiction. I wish that it did.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Kit
 
Question: What exactly happened to Kit?

Asked on Tuesday, September 04, 2007 at 07:45:31 AM
Reply: If you read the information on this Web site you will know.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
E-Mail
 
Question: i have info 4 u.
i will tell u in private e-mail
what is it?

Asked on Tuesday, September 04, 2007 at 07:44:24 AM
Reply: You can click on the link to "Contact Us."

Answered by: Kait's Mom

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