Wednesday, May 30, 2007

I Love The Phrase "Person Of Interest"

Anaheim, CA

When someone is wanted as a "Person of Interest" the cops just think they can answer a question. Most times, I suspect, that question is, "So, why'd you do it?"

Last week, the burned bodies of Jayprakash Dhanak and his 20-year-old daughter Karishma Dhanak were found burned almost beyond recognition (they needed dental records for pop) in a forested area in Irvine, after their Anaheim house was set ablaze and Leela Dhanak, Jayprakahs's wife, was found severely beaten outside the home.

Iftekhar Murtaza was picked up as a Person of Interest by U.S. Marshals on a fugitive warrant in Phoenix in connection to the double murder. Seems he was planning on leaving the country. Almost made it, too. They grabbed him at the airport. I wonder if he shook his fist and said something about "those meddling kids".

Iftekhar is 22 years old. This has just edged closer to the "Cemetery Love" category we love so much here. I can't wait to see how this one turns out.

1 comment:

pattinase (abbott) said...

When we lived in England, they always used the phrase "helping the police with their investigation." Both funny.
My son is working on a big case in Michigan right now. Stephen Grant, a person of interest, murdered his wife, Tara, and chopped her up. It's too high profile to be much fun though.