Oh really? I just posted some quotes from the CTV board. Now let's see what Tracey says on a *different* message board. Keep in mind the following comments are MORE recent than the CTV quotes I just posted:Tracey DeFeo wrote:I'm sorry, but my husband hasn't told me anything to repeat.
That's odd that "Tom" found such "compelling." Other members of the same board didn't fall for it at all:TL DEFEO: Would anyone care to discuss my husband's case?
TOM: Please do start the conversation by sharing your opinion as to Ron's guilt or innocence.
TL DEFEO: I believe my husband Ronnie is guilty of three murders. I also think there were two other people involved. My husband's sister Dawn and another person that was in the house that night. Years of abuse by Ronnie's father took it's toll on that poor family, and that is why this horrible crime happened.
TOM: I've had the opportunity to look over your site and see the compelling information that suggests Ronnie's sister Dawn was involved. I didn't see any mention of another man, though. What's the story there?
TL DEFEO: Not sure about the story of another man, but Ronnie has always stated he saw someone running down the stairs after he shot his sister Dawn. He believes this person to have been involved somehow.
Hmmm.ALLY: After spending the last couple of hours reviewing details of this case and the crime scene photos, I have to say I do not give any credence whatsoever to the notion that Dawn was involved. It seems entirely too coincidental that she would go on a killing rampage in her nightgown, then wind up back in her bedroom, so that Ronald could kill her and she winds up just like the rest of the victims...sprawled in bed, in her night clothes. If she had been found in regular clothes, or if she had been found anywhere beside her bed, maybe there would be some slight degree of suspension of disbelief, but I cannot manage it here.
In the end, regardless of whether Dawn was involved or not, he killed three people in cold-blood and he is where he belongs.
Where's Bobby Kelske, I wonder?
My point is, any of the three ways you look at it, Tracey DeFeo willingly lied. I'll explain:
1. When she posts it was just Ronnie and Dawn, but privately admits in 2005 that Kelske was involved, she openly lied when she posted -- on several forums -- that only Ronnie and Dawn did the killings.
2. As quoted, she openly posts she "doesn't know" about the third man, while writing to private parties that she's known the 'mysterious man' was Kelske all along.
3. Now she's claiming it *was* Kelske -- yet she claims she's not just repeating what RJD told her. Riiiiight. OK assuming that's correct, then she's manufacturing propaganda on her own, which only destroys her personal credibility further.
If you now believe the latest DeFeo propaganda, and fall for their latest ploy that Kelske was known to have been involved all along, then there is no doubt Mrs. DeFeo openly lied to the public by saying only Ronnie and Dawn were involved.
Simple. There is no way all three statements could be true at the same time, period.