The latest news and information on the unsolved murder of Amy Renee Mihaljevic
You are the biggest piece of shit that i have ever known.How can you be such a hateful manFuck youWhy do you think you are better than every body else??so a lady lived there in the 80s and nephew lives there now 20 some years later and in your demented completely illogical mind they are connected once again fine detective work jamesRunkle should sue Renner.
Be very careful who you call a troll - do you think for one minute that the family, friends and students who are now attorneys are going to continue to let you degrade dean or his family?? think again, the wheels are already in motion.....and why would you care about dan nash? He had nothing to do with amy's disappearance - does that sort of thing excite you???
So, you're just cool with a teacher having an inappropriate relationship with his underage student?
If people took time out of their lives to sue every hack journalist that came along, they would have little time (or money) for anything else.I'm so sick of amatuer web detectives who don't leave police matters to the professionals. The "trolls" are correct: You really are a piece of shit.
"If people took time out of their lives to sue every hack journalist that came along, they would have little time (or money) for anything else"Exactly, "innocent until proven guilty" applies ONLY to the 12 individuals who are chosen to the jury, and no one here will be in that situation because of our prior knowledge of the case, if we even live in the right place to be selected.Should OJ go around suing everyone who says he's a killer, since he technically was never convicted of murder in a criminal court of law?
James Renner, your an asshole
These comments just prove his point about you all being trolls. Geez. If you don't like or approve of his ongoing research, don't read it.Those of us who would love to see this case solved some day look forward to any updates and developments. Of course, many are dead ends...but that's part of investigation and research.We all know anyone (including Dean) is innocent until proven guilty...Keep up the good work, James!
All of these "trolls" are going to feel really bad when the truth about Dean comes out. How are they so sure he is innocent? His blemished past is reason enough for at least an investigation.
What the hell is "Say Goodbye?" It seems very ominous and downright creepy. If Runkle cared about his "good name," he or his family would do something about it. Then again, being a suspected child killer is one notch higher than being a convicted/proven child killer. Guess they don't want to mess up a "good thing."
James, why do you have to keep this story going? Is it to make yourself feel more like a real CSI guy? Now you are talking about the Nash kid? WHY? Leave the Runkle family alone! You really dont know how to point the finger at, Dean Runkle is just your easy target! You are a real POS
Um, why does he have to keep the story going? To find the killer of a perfectly innocent 10 year old girl, maybe? If Renner wasn't stirring the pot poor Amy would be largely forgotten.I don't care if he gets himself a Nobel prize in the process; any effort to find Amy's killer is laudable, IMHO.
Do you know if any of the suspects ever owned or had access to a brown van??? In 89 around the time they found Amy, I was approached by a man that was similar to a few of the men shown as suspects. I was riding my bike home from my grandmothers early before school. A man in a brown van passed me, turned around and stopped to talk to me. I thought he was wanting directions so I stopped. He wanted to know what I was doing, said I was pretty and that I had sexy legs. Thats when I got worried. He offered to put my bike in the back of his van and give me a ride home. I freaked out and took off on my bike and hid in a near-by shed. Once I felt safe I came out, rode home like a bat out of hell. The police investigated and after the sketch artist drew out the picture I just remember them saying it could be the guy that murdered Amy. That scared me even more. I live in Ashland county and this happened less than a block away from St. Rt. 60.
How long was the woman away that Runkle house sat for, and what were the dates?
If the woman Runkle house sat for took trips, did she drive herself or did she have someone drive for her. Like did the woman fly and have someone take her to and from the airport? Is it possible she also left the keys with Runkle. Has her car or van been checked? I'm just thinking out loud that he could have used her vehicle, which could show a reason for the body being moved.( the woman was coming home and he had to put Amy somewhere else).or even take a bus or train,or hitched a ride with a friend or relative. What type of vehicles did that woman own at that time and a few years prior to Amy going missing?
I do not have my own facebook account, but it is interesting to note that the "Leave Mr. Runkle Alone" group no longer is publicly accessible to non-members.Perhaps this group, whose slogan is "Just Say No to Renner," is ashamed to have a member going on record that they "don't even care if he did it, [expletive] could that guy teach," a comment that was "liked" by another member.Another member (another Runkle, I believe,) accused James of doing it, which whether or not if it was to prove a point was tasteless.
Anonymous againAnd Renner was how old back then? Yes he sure can teach, what a laugh! That group proves they are all closed minded about Amy's ordeal which tells me the Teacher's practice was all one sided whether it was science or other wise his scale of justice leans drasticlly to one side, his.
Actually, the group was forgotten about and when facebook changed their group terms, it wasn't caught in time and all of the membership (well over 100 members) was lost and the settings were automatically changed. So much for everyone's conspiracy thoughts about privacy and shame!
"Conspiracy thoughts" is a bit of a strong way of putting it, no?We either have two individuals who don't care about a murder, or worse yet are not ashamed to admit it. Draw your own conclusions.
Amy popped into my head a few days ago and I found your blog. This case really was a seminal moment in my early life, and I thank you for keeping the case alive if only for those of us who look online for updates. Maybe this year will finally bring closure to the case.
I thank you for keeping this case alive. This case was a seminal moment to my childhood and I can only hope that this year will be the year Amy's killer will finally be apprehended (and have it stick).Slainte.
First of all, if Runkle has nothing to hide, he should come forward and clear himself. He was my son's science teacher in the mid-90's. We all thought he was very strange but we couldn't really put our finger on it. On occasion, my son and I would see him at the local McDonald's with male students (one boy at a time.) I asked my son about it and he said Runkle would reward his classroom helpers (at that time, boys not girls were helpers) from time to time. There was absolutely NO WAY I would have allowed our son to go anywhere with Runkle or be a classroom helper after school. We saw him and the student laughing it up on the way to his car and it just creeped me out. IMO teachers shouldn't be alone with any student off the school grounds. Runkle used to jog past our house nearly every day (we lived not far from the school and I thought maybe Runkle lived near us) and our son said Runkle told them he would sometimes sleep in his classroom. Also weird to me. He really didn't relate to parents much (I had a discussion once with him about a class project) but was really outgoing and chatty with the kids. All in all reflecting back, our son thought he was a tough, but good teacher and couldn't really recall any thing inappropriate in the classroom. I can understand many past students defending Runkle but I can also see why Renner has zeroed in on him. I truly do not understand why someone from the Science and Nature Center has not come forward to say that Runkle was indeed known to frequent the place, if in fact he did. My son's Amherst school class took a field trip there in around 1985 or 1986, so the center was known and used by local teachers. I wish Amy's murder could be solved once and for all and she and her mother could rest in peace.
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