Friday, February 7, 2014
Family Letter to Leanne Bearden
What is reported in the negative is often very important. Please take note that they "want" her to know that in "NO WAY" (emphasis by subject/writer).
This trouble is "with" anyone; not law enforcement or breaking of laws, but of "anyone" and
"none of us are" (should be "is") upset or angry. This leads us to ask if something happened prior to her going for a walk that would make the "family and friends" either "upset" or "angry."
Note that they "don't" need to know her location. What would cause them to state this?
The family is addressing her as if a disagreement has taken place and she has left deliberately, though without money or a cell phone.
Her credit cards have likely not been used, so if alive, there must be someone assisting her.
The strange details of the case, along with some unexpected statements, has bred contemplation of a hoax, or a crime that has taken place.
What is it that the writer (s) of the letter thinks would cause Leanne to believe she is in trouble?