Monday, September 29, 2008

No words

Just tears.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Apologies, and Thanks

I've been served with a subpoena which requires that I produce, among many other things 

"Any and all correspondence, including but not limited to email, memorandum, letters, notes, text messages, etc, blog posts or blog spots, chat room conversations with any person or agency, including but not limited to Plaintiffs, their counsel, law enforcement officers, friends, etc. regarding Nancy Cooper, Bradley Cooper, the biological children of Nancy and Bradley Cooper, or Nancy Cooper's death and/or disappearance."

Unfortunately, this includes all the wonderful volunteer form postings.  These volunteers have my sincere and deep sympathies for any invasion of privacy this might engender.  They also have my sincere, deep and lasting gratitude for all their fantastic work or offers of work.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

The Cary "Clique"?

We have been very careful not to speculate in the media as to how or why or by whom Nancy was murdered. 

We will continue that stance.

Any and all pertinent communications are done in a legal framework.  The media are publicizing what should be a private matter, but that is not under our control, nor is it anything we desire.

Nancy is dead.  Nancy has been silenced.  It is the civic duty of those she confided in to provide her a voice.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Sorry to bore you

I realize this is frustrating.  Believe me, I realize it.  But commenting on anything that's in the news is just not productive at this point.

The Memorial website is still evolving.  Nancy's family told me they are very appreciative of the comments and tributes.  Thank you from all of us.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Still no comment, don't forget the Fund

There's a fair bit of media coverage again today as the contents of the search warrants were released, but we're still maintaining a "no comment" position.

I'm going to try to upload the video that was played at the Edmonton memorial service to, I'll revise this post if I'm successful.

Don't forget the Memorial Fund! Details to the right, all proceeds going directly to Nancy's precious girls.

Received from

I received this message from Paige Slocumb, who lost her sister to an attacker in Atlanta.


On Saturday, September 20, 2008 I am going to the Silver Comet Trail to give out carnations and safety cards. I'll also be giving away leftover T-shirts and taking donations for Safe Alone, Inc. I will be there from 8am to 1pm. I am planning on going even if it rains, but if it is really bad or storming I will go the next weekend.
Bring a bike or walk out and leave a carnation out on the trail. It makes a beautiful memorial.

Plans are underway to extend the trail one mile east to the Publix Shopping center located at the corner of South Cobb Drive and the East-West Connector. There will be parking, shops, and restaurants.
Take I-285 to exit number 15-South Cobb Drive. South Cobb Drive exit is near mile marker 14 on I-285. South Cobb Drive is Hwy. 280/ Smyrna/ Chattahoochee Tech. Go outside the perimeter away from the large smokestack, onto South Cobb Drive.
Go to mile marker 2.5 on South Cobb Drive.
Turn left on Cooper Lake Road and pass a small lake on the right. From the lake to Mavell Road is a short drive.
Turn left on Mavell Road (Nickajack Elementary).
Mavell Road dead-ends into the Silver Comet parking lot at the trail's starting point.