I still Like Norberg As A Suspect?? May 1, 2011 0:08:42 GMT -5
Post by Helen Dagner on May 1, 2011 0:08:42 GMT -5
Helen,I still like Norberg as a suspect.Ken--Note-Norberg was not in the Detroit area when one of the killings occurred. Further more, specific details of the case were kept secret and known by only a couple of the task force members, and The Killer. Norberg could not relate any of those details known by The Killer. Norberg,s list of disqualifications as the killer goes on. For instance, he was an almost exact opposite of the profile made at that time, which was of a highly intelligent, engaging person able to easily gain the trust of others, which fits John to a T but doesn't fit Norberg who was described as sinister and sleazy, with an overall real creepy demeanor. Besides, where could Norberg have kept the kids? Also, if a twisted germ like Norberg had the kids, he would have traumatized the kids so much that they would have shown signs of the stress, like weight loss or (from being too freaked out to eat), or the other signs of physical abuse a child in Norberg's hands would have surely endured. The evidence of these cases leaves a very round hole, and Norberg is a very square peg... Norgerg was interviewed several times and, like John, was considered unlikely at the time. However Berkley Police Sargent Ray Anger always felt strongly that Norberg was the killer, because Norberg's wife led him to believe this, even though her story changed every time he talked to her. Then Norberg's employers couldn't account for much of his time, time that could conceivably been spent committing the crimes. But Anger never gave much weight to the question of where Norberg could have kept the children for 4 to 19 days. ( Surely some one would have noticed this drunk dirt bag with a kid while every one was on the look out for exactly that). So then, where could John have kept thr kids? Turns out, John had the perfect set up; John's father owned two houses, side by side, with John living in one house and his crazy mom living in the other. AND, John was off of work during the times of all of the pick ups and drop offs. John grew up in the neighborhood and knew it like he knew the back of his hand and could easily pass as a local, because he was one.