Tuesday, December 05, 2006

After Three Years, No Answers in Grobe Case

Our Thank You to those who are trying to find answers for the Mary Lee Grobe Case.

We would like to give a heart-felt thanks to Jackie Harder and the Daily American Republic for your efforts to tell Mary Lee Grobe’s story. Mary was a hard-working dedicated, loving woman who deserved our love and protection. Butler County citizens deserve to know what happened to one of their finest citizens.

Mary’s Poplar Bluff family let her down. Butler County let her down. Finally when it seemed the Courts would step in and protect Mary Lee Grobe, Sharron K. Payne let her down in the most detrimental way. Why didn’t you listen, Sharron?

We thank the Butler County citizens and ask them to please remember Mary Lee Grobe. We ask the Butler County Sheriff’s Department to remember Mary Lee Grobe. Please don’t even think of letting Mary Lee Grobe down again. Mary Lee Grobe had so very little and never complained. She had only one wish or request and that was to be buried beside her husband. How can some people be so heartless to a sweet elderly woman?

See article below by Jackie Harder from the Daily American Republic of Poplar Bluff, MO on 11-29-06

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We agree that adequate law enforcement can serve as a deterrent to crime. We strongly believe the reason Missouri has so many missing persons cases is because of rural sheriff’s like the ones that existed in Butler County, Missouri when the crime occurred back on 9-27-03. A criminal mind would look for opportunities and that is what happened in Butler County. A criminal would naturally look for an area where the sheriff wouldn’t or couldn’t investigate. Yet, Missouri law doesn’t allow for sheriff or Public Administrators supervision. Word spreads, the criminal tells his criminal friends, and the number of missing Missouri persons continues to increase.


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