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Did Tara’s position as Assistant Principal have something to do w/ it?

Sun, 12 May 2019 22:38:05 GMT

I’ve heard this before and it seems like it could be the missing piece linking all things and unlikely people together... And old rumors have been proven true so many times in this case.

Wed, 05 Jun 2019 17:18:06 GMT

Also there doesn't have to be evidence of much communication between them . Ryan had no cell phone and it was a fairly new thing between them. Maybe he used that payphone that he used the morning of her death to contact her. Who knows?

Wed, 05 Jun 2019 17:43:04 GMT

I mean, the podcast literally says she wasn't as innocent with men then she lead on... stating facts doesn't deserve a "fuck you"... Multiple people had said she was sleeping with many suitors. No one is calling her a name, men and woman GET AROUND.. Doesn't make then anything less then human. But there is pretty good evidence of all the other men in her life, and 0 of her being with ryan or bo dukes.

Wed, 05 Jun 2019 17:58:19 GMT

I mean you can get mad at me, but I didn’t draw any conclusions that haven’t already been drawn. Tara got around, simple as that. She was promiscuous. That plays a HUGE role in this case. It’s the reason why there are so many men she was involved with that are persons of interest in this case. Even one of her own friends said Tara had a side of her that not many people knew about and that she was “very free with men”. That’s a nice way of saying “Tara slept around”. I’m sorry if it offends you but it’s the truth and it can’t be ignored in this case.

Wed, 05 Jun 2019 18:18:58 GMT

The fuck you comes from saying that Tara would sleep with anyone. Would you like someone to say that about you?

Wed, 05 Jun 2019 18:26:36 GMT

all I’m getting at is let’s not beat around the bush about Tara’s promiscuity. If she wasn’t going to be on the news for being murdered she was going to get on the news for having relations with her students.

Wed, 05 Jun 2019 18:30:16 GMT

She slept around. She didn't sleep with just anyone. But yes, to answer your question from before, men do get told they would sleep with anyone, probably more regularly then women do. I often hear people say "he would fuck anything with legs" way more often then I hear that about women. and honestly, I don't think I have ever heard that about any woman in my life. that's besides the point. he clearly worded it in a wrong way, and then explained himself. so lets go back to the facts that, there wasn't any evidence, that we have seen, proving BD or RD had any consensual sexual relations with Tara.

Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:06:42 GMT

Look, I did hear from a local Ocillan who said, way back when Tara was still considered missing, if TG had run away and one day came back to town, she'd then be run out of town due to all that had come out. Just sayin.

Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:08:43 GMT

This threads about Tara being in her first year as vice principal. And the fact that the principal was bo's uncle. Could she have stumbled upon some info that could have been sensitive and or criminal in nature. Not about Tara personal life which has been decimated and disected over and over again. A built in rabbit hole. That threw the cops on a wild goose chase from the git go. That's something that those responsible knew would happen.

Thu, 06 Jun 2019 03:02:28 GMT

Look we all know that Tara had fun..it just doesn't need to be said that way. Thanks.

Thu, 06 Jun 2019 13:09:07 GMT

Tara was a single , available , & beautiful young woman. She could have as many partners as she wanted. Some folks don’t like that but it was her right to do as she pleased. She was murdered and sleeping around should not be a death sentence.

Thu, 06 Jun 2019 13:32:49 GMT

Sleeping around can be a death sentence. Ask anybody with sexually contracted AIDS or a prostitute whose been murdered in the line of work. Sleeping around also greatly increases the number of suspects in this case which is not insignificant. You can’t just discount the fact that she slept around because it doesn’t line up with your “let women be free and reckless” beliefs

Thu, 06 Jun 2019 15:02:20 GMT

Good point Joey ! Also would like too add we really have no idea who or how many partners she did have. Lots of stuff that has been stated is simply rumors. We don’t know who she had relations with or didn’t .

Thu, 06 Jun 2019 15:10:32 GMT

There are lots of risks people take daily. Not just sleeping around. Every time somebody goes to a bar risks are taken by drinking to excess and then driving. Smoking is a risk, eating too much and becoming obese. Gambling your life away. No need to go on, you get the idea. Life is risky no matter what your vice or coping mechanism is.

Wed, 12 Jun 2019 18:54:47 GMT

@joey I completely understand what you’re saying and I completely agree. I have stated here before that just because she is no longer here people cannot ignore facts just because they aren’t very becoming of the woman that many people saw in a very different light. Her sex life does not take away from her being a caring person, a good friend, a wonderful daughter, a good teacher, a very driven woman with dreams that she was not afraid to chase . The things that made Tara a woman many admired and loved was her personality and it was her heart. What she did in the privacy of her home does not affect any of that and no body that you loved her and admire her to think any differently of her because of things that have came to life. But, it is naïve and irresponsible to pretend like those actions and that lifestyle did not contribute to what happened to her In some way. It would be irresponsible and foolish to not explore every person she was sleeping with or had relations with in order to get true justice for a murder that should have never happened. There’s really no w ay to phrase it, that I can think of , that sounds “respectable” and not derogatory but she was sleeping with multiple people in very close time frames to the other. Call it sleeping around or whatever. That was her right as she was a grown woman and can do as she pleased but let’s not get caught up on terminology just because they don’t sound flattering. I think in a situation where she is no longer here the natural thing is to want to not talk about the bad stuff and focus only on the good but that will not get to the answers that everybody seems to want to get to .

Wed, 12 Jun 2019 23:08:36 GMT

Wow....typo overload in my earlier post. “What she did in the privacy of her home does not affect any of that and no body that you loved her and admire her to think any differently of her because of things that have came to life” Was supposed to say, what she did in the privacy of her home should not affect any of that and nobody that loved and admired her should think any differently of her because of things that have came to light”

Thu, 04 Jul 2019 16:32:57 GMT

At the end of the day, only murderers are responsible for murder and it's important people don't lose sympathy for Tara as a victim because they disapprove of her choices. That said, yes; it does complicate the investigation when sex and love are common motives and the victim had multiple partners.

Sat, 06 Jul 2019 21:25:48 GMT

Common people, were talking 4-6 different partners here. Possiblyyy a couple more, give or take, but I doubt it. For someone so beautiful, I’d say that ain’t bad. Just a handful of partners for a twenty-something/thirty year old beauty queen. I can honestly say right now, Bo was not a consensual partner of hers. He (most likely) possibly raped her during or after her murder but she had standards. All of her “potential” partners that we’ve heard about are/were rather attractive, like herself. Bo, on the other hand, not so much. (He looks like a firery bunghole. And that’s a fact!) It’s likely she would’ve barfed/ran/given a thousand dollars (or that $100 in her car) before willingly seeing him “derobe” in front of her. Lol let alone allow him touch her in such an intimate manner!! We’re not talking about AnonDr here! We’re talking about Ms. Beauty Queen Tara, with much better options at her fingertips. Anyway, her sex life is no different than many others at her same age. So moving on—did her role as (step-in) assistant principal have anything to do with her murder?!! I think so, sadly. I like this question, southernmess. Great startup topic 👍🏻

Sat, 06 Jul 2019 21:35:47 GMT

Disrobe* 🤔 derobe? 😂 Either way, the thought is GAAAROSS.

Sun, 07 Jul 2019 10:49:52 GMT

Recent case in the news, Salt Lake City student, Mackenzie Lueck, murdered, reminded me of Tara’s case. Obviously, if you’ve heard about her case, facts completely different but in following, many in the public focused on her personal relationships in speculating on the reason for her murder. At some point in our lives, I’m sure we’ve all been guilty of risky behavior that could’ve caused our death or even worse, resulted in the death of someone else- that extra glass of wine or shot of bourbon before heading home or even continuing to drive when totally exhausted from lack of sleep. I personally feel like a hypocrite when I think, “If Tara had only . . .” Neither woman deserved to be murdered because their relationship choices were judged by some to be risky behavior, which I must admit made few poor relationship choices myself that karma came to collect on but I’m still alive, so far. Anyway, in the Mackenzie Lueck case, the monster that murdered her also tried but failed to dispose of her body by burning, in his backyard. True case of evil in Utah.

Sun, 07 Jul 2019 11:23:08 GMT

A point I failed to make clear, again, in no way is Tara nor Mackenzie responsible for their deaths. Their deaths are not due to their choice in relationships but I’m not so foolish to think that the relationships don’t need to be investigated to determine if there’s a connection to someone that caused their death. The “someone” would be the cause in death not the relationship. For my South Georgia friends, think of like this- Guns don’t kill people, people kill people! BTW, UGA friends, counting down, less than 8 weeks until football kicks off.

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