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Question: i was reading some later comments and i was wondering who Wallace is?

Asked on Tuesday, February 06, 2007 at 04:50:04 AM
Reply: Go to the home page and click on the link to "Crime Scene."

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Question: Hi..I am not really sure what to say. I am currently reading "Who Killed My Daughter" and i have really enjoyed the book so far. I am not even that far in to it and I have probaly already cried at least three times. This book is definatly one of the best i have ever read. Your sory is so moving, I am soo sorry about your lose and I hope that one day you fing Kait's murderers.

Asked on Monday, February 05, 2007 at 04:04:00 PM
Reply: Thank you for caring.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Question: which cops are known to have hung out at the shop?

Asked on Saturday, February 03, 2007 at 08:06:12 PM
Reply: Various people (some of them women who were solicited to attend after-hours party at the shop on Arno) have contributed names to our list, but since they haven't been varified, I don't feel it's appropriate to post them on a public message board. The exception is "Matt Griffin," because his name came from the shop owner's girlfriend, who also worked as his bookkeeper. She would seem to be a reliable source.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Officer Wallace
Question: To the person who posted the message headed "shots",

Its interesting you zero in on officer Mary ann Wallace as the shooter and suggest a link between her and the cops at the chop shop. I know she hung out in that area and was a friend of the APD narc who was the brother of Paul Apodaca's drug dealer.

Maybe there are enough of us who have one little piece of this puzzle so we can combine them and make a whole picture come together.

Asked on Friday, February 02, 2007 at 03:08:52 PM
Reply: You sound like someone with direct knowledge. We would like to hear from you privately via personal e-mail or a letter mailed to us c/o PO Box 27187, Albuquerque, NM 87125.

Thank you.

Answered by: Kait's mom
Question: do you guys have an advice colum for peole who have cases like this??????????

Asked on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 at 01:37:09 PM
Reply: No. We're seeking advice, not trying to advise others. We're not in a position to do that.

However, if you have a case that was not thoroughly and/or honestly investigated by law enforcement, you might want to contact the Real Crimes web site at and see if they think it's appropriate to post on that site. That site was created to keep the facts of such cases from becoming buried, and it's become a valued resource for investigative reporters and TV shows.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Question: i havent heard anything about the alledged courthouse indictments which some say was supposed to become public this month. its the end of the month and no word. however, iglesius, the federal prosecutor is gone or is leaving. vigil got a 3year sentence, i believe. the gov has announced his run for presidency. maybe a deal was struck? other than that, it seems like business as usual... anyone have insight into the status of the unsealing of indictments?

Asked on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 at 04:55:20 AM
Reply: We no longer live in New Mexico, so we aren't in a position to keep up with all the politics. Perhaps someone else can post an answer.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Question: ive always had two theories. One that Wallace pulled her over at John Street and shot the .38 at her which she for some reason got away from, and then chased her to the cutoff point where apodaca and dung sat. Unless she knew Wallace from the body shop, she would have no reason to fear a cop, especialy a woman. Two that the .38 was just shot into the car to give the impression of a wild drive by when if fact it was a very controlled hit.

Asked on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 at 04:51:42 AM
Reply: You raise some interesting possibilities. Why do you think it may have been Wallace rather than some other cop? (If you would prefer to answer that privately, send us an e-mail.)

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Question: hi.. umm i had a question, has the book The Tally Keeper been published yet, because i would love to read it when i am done with Who Killed My Daughter.

Daniela :)

Asked on Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 03:00:42 PM
Reply: No, it hasn't been published yet.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Question: i don't realy have a question but i just wanted to leave a message... right now i am reading your book who killed my daughter... by far it is one of the best books you have ever written... i am sorry for your loss and i think that the APD did a horrible job in trying to solve your daughters case... so far in the book, you are doing a better job in finding the killer than the APD ever did.. i hope that someday the case will be solved and that you and your family will not live in agony.

Asked on Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 02:58:14 PM
Reply: Thank you for reading the book and for caring about us and about Kait.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
I believe that....
Question: well i dont really have a ? I just want to say that your daughter was kilt by someone that has a sick mind. And is a sick person. Im reading your bokk now ..and i wanted to cry. I mean she was only 18. I think your daughter is very pretty and she didnt deserve to die. I really think Dung her boyfriend had something to do with it !!! Im sos spry for what happened . love Erica

I go to Long Beach Middle School

Asked on Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 12:11:35 PM
Reply: I agree. The triggermen had sick minds. But so do the people who hired them and who staged the cover-up.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Question: Hmmmm
Well, I have been following this case since 1992 and on the net since 98. A theory I had once upon a time was that Kait may have been chased on the way to Sharons and that may explain the misplaced bullet and could explain why she was so upset (and probably realized that Sharon was a phony).

Years later, as I see more posts, it is my theory (not that I am Columbo or anything) that Kait was not as "naive" as everyone thought. The fact that someone opened a huge supply of drugs at Pier One opens the possibility that poor Kait got the blame for something she didnt do. I know she had to have known about some stuff, but I dont think she would be balsy enough to make threats to expose. She probably wanted to just "move on",but it was far too late. I am sorry if I sound mean, but I give Kait alot more credit than wat some think.

The crime scene is interesting. Even in 92, I didnt think it wa drive by. She was rammed and was alive when that car was parked. The shoes, the car, all points to that ! Poor Baby. What a loss. Please dont lose the hope!God,

Asked on Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 12:09:50 AM
Reply: Those are interesting observations. We know Kait must have been chased twice that night. A truck driver reported seeing her chased as she drove west on Lomas around 9:30 p.m., which would have been en route to Sharon's. Then she was shot in the head at about 10:45, driving east toward our house, after leaving Sharon's. We've been taking it forgranted that all the shots -- two in her head and one in the car door frame -- were fired on that second occasion. But your suggestion that the shot in the door frame, which appears to have been from a different caliber weapon, was fired on the first occasion is certainly not impossible.

As far as Kait's being naive -- she definitely knew about the car wreck scam, probably since Sept. 1988, when Dung went out to California with An Le and staged the first wreck we have on record for him.

She was much less likely to have known about the drug importation until right at the end. During the almost two years she dated Dung, she lived at home and had a curfew, which she always kept. In fact, most evenings, Dung would eat dinner at our house and they would hang out together in the family room watching TV, and then he'd leave and Kait would go to bed. She THOUGHT he left to go home. It wasn't until she got her own apartment and Dung moved in with her that she realized that his time with her in the early evening was a prelude to his going out all night with his friends.

I believe that's when she became aware that other types of criminal activity were going on. That's when she went into a depression, was crying all the time, and started seeing Rod (the secret second boyfriend). The timing of the discovery of the heroin -- (the amount that her co-worker found was not a huge supply, it was more like a sample to demonstrate the quality of the product)-- the co-worker's reporting her find to the FBI, the manager being fired for no valid reason, and then Kait's murder, all taking place within a matter of weeks seems too much to be coincidental. Our speculation is that she was ordered to intercept drugs from the Orient, shipped by UPS through Pier One, and refused to do so. Whether or not she had the nerve to go to the authorities, she would have been seen as a threat if she knew about that operation and would not participate.

Besides, by then she had passed the point of protecting Dung to prevent him from being deported. She was no longer besotted with love for him. She had given Dung his walking papers and made arrangements for a girlfriend to move in with her. She apparently had fallen for Rod. That made her even more of a threat.

Answered by: Kait's mom
it is me again laly012
Question: i am really enjoying your book, but i am a very slow reader so it is taking a long time to read. i am glad i found this book!!!!! i didnt think it possible that the cops think it was random i mean there have been cases like that that they really really tried to figure out this one just isnt fair that they say its random and move on!! i am looking forward to the sequel though i haven't finished this one yet!!!
<3 <3 <3 <3 Laly012

Asked on Wednesday, January 24, 2007 at 10:17:13 PM
Reply: I think that book is probably too old for you, Laly. But that you for continuing to read it, even if it's slow going.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
i am reading the book
Question: i wanna know why the cops wont solve the case even if it is to hard to solve they could say it is something rather than a random shooting i mean my mom is a cop but we live far away from there. i am sorry for your loss she seems like a really cool person she got mixed in with bad people.i truly am sorry and i am only half way through the book so i dont know much.
love [laly012]

Asked on Wednesday, January 24, 2007 at 10:08:17 PM
Reply: I'm sure your mom is one of the good cops. It's too bad she's not with APD.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Next Item
Question: Have you gotten anywhere with your case or are the popos still in a jungle with everything?

Asked on Monday, January 22, 2007 at 05:55:41 PM
Reply: Whatever that means, I guess the answer is yes.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Tally keeper
Question: Tally keeper is that book about Kait too?? it sounded like that when i read one of the messages.

Asked on Monday, January 22, 2007 at 02:20:43 PM
Reply: THE TALLY KEEPER will be the sequel to WHO KILLED MY DAUGHTER?. But it has not yet been published.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
MArlene correcting her self
Question: I wrote that section under and i didnt mean that the case is not importen i ment even if the new information dont do any good

-marlene <333

Asked on Monday, January 22, 2007 at 02:14:13 PM
Reply: I realize your question was well-intentioned and thank you for asking it.

You make a good point. Why not post every single bit of information we stumble onto, no matter how insignificant, just in case something that didn't seem important at the time DOES turn out to be important?

We've considered doing that, for that very reason. But we've decided not to. Innocent people might be hurt. Besides, some information we receive from "tipsters" isn't true. It's been deliberately "planted" to misdirect us and could throw off the entire investigation.

Our decision was not to post any information on Kait's web site until our private investigators (more than one) determine that it's accurate.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Me again
Question: heey this is Marlene again, you mean that who killed my daugther is on norwigen to (norway) i'm from norway so i want to read the book on norwigen too.

what kind of new information do you have about the case could you writte like a journal on this page about stuff you found out even though it's not importen???

Asked on Monday, January 22, 2007 at 02:12:33 PM
Reply: Yes, my agent did sell foreign rights to "Who Killed My Daughter?" in Norway. There's been so much going on with this book that I have not kept up with foreign sales. What I have in my records is that the Norwegian publisher was "Hjemmets."

I understand your question, and since everybody in the world today is "blogging," of course, people might expect that. But in this situation it's not appropriate.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Thank You...
Question: Mrs. Arquette,

I stumbled across "Who Killed My Daughter?" at my local library a few days ago, and I just finished reading it. I was drawn to the book because of your name-I read many of your books when I was an adolescent, and I especially loved "Summer of Fear" and "Stranger with my Face." I was heartbroken to find that one of my long-lost beloved authors from my youth had undergone so much personal tragedy. As happy as I was to have found "Who Killed My Daughter?" it saddens me that this book had to exist at all. The positive thing for me is that I've been reintroduced to your work, and I'm looking forward to re-reading some of my favourites, as well as exploring your other books that I haven't yet read.

Thank you for sharing such a personal story. I too tend to write for therapeutic reasons, and I appreciate how "Who Killed My Daughter?" was probably the easiest and the most difficult undertaking of your career. I wish you and your family all the best, and although I live in Canada and have no ties to Albuquerque, I will continue to follow your case, with hopes that I will someday read about the ending that this case deserves.

Asked on Monday, January 22, 2007 at 08:46:46 AM
Reply: Thank you.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Question: Hi Lois, My name is Kim and I just finsihed reading your book. Your strength and intellect to pursue your daughter's case really moved me. I am about Kaitlyn's age. I graduated from highschool in May 1989. I remember so vividly on the news and I was so scared. I remember talking to my parents about it.They always were so worried about me when I would go out at night. It was so good to read your book and have some clarifications about that night. I was so angry at the whole investigation process as I was reading your book. I can't imagine how your family must have coped but you seem so strong and relentless in dealing with the incapacities of a department that could have done so much more. I will keep checking back and wish you all well in your journey.

Asked on Sunday, January 21, 2007 at 12:33:03 PM
Reply: Yes, her death did take over the news, and I can imagine that other Albuquerque parents were frightened for their own children, especially if they believed the shooting was "random" and their children could be the next victims. Thank you for remembering and for continuing to care.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
Question: Lois I have just finished reading your book. I am deeply saddened at the death of your beautiful, vibrant daughter Kaitlyn. I do hope the offenders are caught one day and brought to justice. The frustation I felt in reading your book was overwhelming, so I cannot even begin to feel your own frustrations at the lack of police cooperation. Your work in trying to solve Kait\'s murder is truly comendable. I am a mum of 4 and cannot even begin to imagine the pain of losing a child, especially not in such tragic circumstances. May peace be with you and your lovely family, Lois.

Robyn - Australia

Asked on Sunday, January 21, 2007 at 04:39:10 AM
Reply: Thank you. Kait's existence on this earth was short, and it never ceases to amaze us how many people have been affected by it. Translations of Who Killed My Daughter? were published in Germany, Poland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden, but I didn't realize it was also available in the UK.

Answered by: Kait's Mom

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