2 thoughts on “Lucie Blackman Trust Press Releases: Chronological Timeline

  1. It all sounds like just a beautiful tragic story with a few sinister undertones of gray swirling around but life must go on and for those that really care a fund has been set up to help find other lost children in the jungle.

    “Nora likes to walk with her family, but her balance is limited and she struggles with coordination.” Seems to me that window would be a bit difficult for her to maneuver herself out of then, not to mention the circular staircase. Open window as decoy wouldn’t be the first time. And “a” fingerprint was found? I’m sure many fingerprints were found if there were previous travelers staying there.

    “But our beautiful innocent girl died in extremely complex circumstances.” Yes, they are complex now because no one is telling us what really happened – what time did they all check in, where did they go from there, what did they do, etc. and now poof, they are gone back home where there is a wall of silence behind the Lucie Blackman Trustees. A case doesn’t end with an autopsy, it begins there.


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