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Where is MAURA MURRAY

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Beagle

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A foreign-trade zone is a designated site licensed by the Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZ) Board at which special customs procedures may be used. These procedures allow domestic activity involving foreign items to take place prior to formal customs entry. Duty-free treatment is accorded items that are re-exported and duty payment is deferred on items sold in the U.S. market, thus offsetting customs advantages available to overseas producers who compete with producers located in the United States. Subzones are special-purpose zones, usually at manufacturing plants. A site which has been granted zone status may not be used for zone activity until the site has been separately approved for FTZ activation by local U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials, and the zone activity remains under the supervision of CBP. FTZ sites and facilities remain within the jurisdiction of local, state or federal governments or agencies.

From: http://ia.ita.doc.gov/Ftzpage/info/zone.html
Beagle

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Foreign Trade Zone Designation Approved for Brattleboro, Vermont

December 23, 2005

Federal officials have approved designation of Brattleboro as a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ), a move designed to help area businesses to flourish and create jobs.

With the stroke of a pen this week U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez created what may well be the largest foreign trade zone in the country. Brattleboro Foreign Trade Zone LLC (BFTZ) encompasses 14 sites totaling more than 316 acres throughout Brattleboro.

The designated sites include the C&S Wholesale Grocers Inc. facility on Old Ferry Road; the former Northeast Cooperatives building, now owned by Vermont Collateral Holdings LLC, on Technology Drive; Delta Industries LLC, the Omega Optical Delta Campus on Omega Drive; the Leader Distribution Systems Inc. complex on Putney Road; the DeWitt Beverage facility on Putney Road; Brattleboro Development Credit Corporationís Business Park (formerly the Book Press) on Putney Road and the Cotton Mill on Cotton Mill Hill; the Midtown Mall building on High Street; and the former Town Crier building on Town Crier Drive. Also included are a seven-acre site in the Exit One Industrial Park; 106-110 Main Street; Emersonís Realty warehouse on Elliot Street; the Fischbach Industrial Building on Mercury Drive; and the Estey Organ Factory complex on Birge Street.

From: http://www.greeningofindustry.org/gin_vt/BFTZ...
Beagle

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http://www.topix.com/news/topix/2008/07/nugge...

and...http://theparisnews.com/ story.lasso?ewcd=ce3968bf9d447 efa

A story about Topix in Paris - Paris, Texas, that is. Remember that C&W song... Rome, Georgia; Athens, Texas; and Pa ris, Tennessee? That was sweet old song.
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Them necks, man, they glow in the dark sometimes. Remember that National Resonator went to Montpelier? Next one was supposed to go somewhere near Herington, KS, but went to Annapolis instead. Them guys are good. If you don't know what you're doin', man, those truss rods'll curl that fret board up like a witch's toenail.
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From Sherbrooke to Gaspe back to Sherbrooke. Restored, refinished, but never sold. Anyone know about this?
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Limoges sugar and

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Jul 20, 2008
 
Shack wrote:
One last thing I will never forget is...at the scene ..car is locked..and CS said "some of the bottles...? some of the alcohol....?..were missing"..How do you know some is missing if you didn't know what was there...? The box of Franzia (sp?) wine was visible
Little thing, I know....but..huh..?
I remember this being discussed on MMM, but for the life of me, I can't find any source for it. Do you know the source (article maybe)? Or does anyone else? I think it's important to nail this down and know whether in fact CS said this, or is it possibly some media misstatement.

But I did find this peculiar sentence in reference to the search done July 13, 2004: "Searchers were looking for items Murray was believed to have had with her -- her black backpack and two bottles of alcohol."

We know she bought 3 bottles (vodka, Kahlua, Baileys Irish Cream). I dunno if the above is a misstatement either, but the article is here:

http://209.85.141.104/search?q =cache:D8fjeDWJoIwJ:www.wptz.c om/wnne/3524025/detail.html+%2 2maura+murray%22+and+%22bottle s%22&hl=en&ct=clnk &cd=11&gl=us

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Jul 20, 2008
 
The link -- Rats! It should be this

http://www.wptz.com/wnne/3524025/detail.html
Shack

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Jul 20, 2008
 
Advocator..so glad you recall too...First Forum..Sharon and I went back and forth
as to how could CS know.....any of anything bottles/booze could be missing...it was even mentioned that she must have loaded them in her back pack...and then ran up 112....huh..?! Took her phone, 3 bottles of booze and back pack and disappeared...? One Poster thought she could run up 112 in the black of night....Beth and I wanted to take a van and drop off a bunch of those believers and see if they could find their way WALKING in the black of night.
With a total of 4 residences of approx. 2 members
each....Westman's, Atwoods, M......? can't remember...and Forciers....plus town employees...
Monaghan SP.(since latterly (sp?) transfered) and unidentified LE? vehicle..how many does it take
to find out about Maura....I am not even thinking
about RO, Red truck and Mom n Pop store...(who never wanted to be involved.) Add it up...
Anne keeps saying someone knows...Yes.! Hello!?

(And Fred and Ethel.. nearby.. were nervous)
Shack

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Jul 20, 2008
 
With just one more comment..to the attention of one Poster who thought Maura could run up 112 Eastbound. We communicated and he said he would/could run up 112 pulling a rick-shaw with me in it. We left it at that,in very good humor..my telling him that he would need an ox cart to get me up those mountains.
Hope he is lurking..and Rowing a water skier....
He was very much involved with this crime solving.
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Jul 21, 2008
 
testing
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#3219
Jul 21, 2008
 
hi all .did Maura expect people in her room at Kennedy whilst she was gone and why .who could go to her room and be allowed in..p.d. says she left a note and packed up room.timeline says she emailed her teachers and boss early p.m. monday.just 2 hours or less before she left.when did Billy turn his phone back on after he landed.i expect Maura had dozens and dozens of concerned messages on her voicemail .who did not call.Mauras friend were worried about her not being in class before it was announced that she was gone .were they called by the family or Billy or did they not get calls from Maura that they expected.
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Jul 21, 2008
 
excerpt from HB1499

The New Hampshire constitution declares that adherence to justice is indispensably necessary to preserve the blessings of liberty and good government. The constitution states that the people have a right to require of the legislature an exact and constant observance of adherence to justice in the formation and execution of the laws necessary for the good administration of government. The legislature's power and authority to make, ordain, and establish all manner of wholesome and reasonable orders and laws as its members may judge to be for the benefit and welfare of the state, carries with it the responsibility to respond when injustice manifests itself. It is in furtherance of its constitutional obligations to the people of the state of New Hampshire, that the legislature, by this act, seeks to assure that laws are passed and carried out in a manner that adheres to and meets the needs of justice.

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#3221
Jul 21, 2008
 
elsewherebriefly,

Thanks for that timely reminder of what real justice should be about.
Beagle

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Ishiguro Jhabvala
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Jul 21, 2008
 
Beagle wrote:
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No big deal about the difference without a distinction.
When I think of a car being "left" or parked somewhere, I tend to think of the act of LEAVING the car at that location. This visualization includes a person in the act of leaving it there.
When I think of a car as being FOUND, I tend to visualize the car as being discovered, by a police officer, for example, with no one around, which is obviously after the car has been left behind. That's all.
Maybe the former is more useful at certain times, maybe not. Just a suggestion.
Ahhhh. Hmmmmm. Okay.

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Jul 21, 2008
 
Hello all,

Would you have any clues at all as for possible connections between Amherst, MA,(and not necessarily only UMass) and Haverhill, NH?
Iīm thinking of people, businesses, organisations, etc, etc?

Ideas???

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Beagle wrote:
Ishiguro Jhabvala
Hey Beague --- reconstruction here doesn't being until tomorrow morning, so I still have the remains of the day to post every now and then. good adaptation, wasn't it?
Shack

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#3226
Jul 21, 2008
 
Euro..not a clue.. UM was originally an agricultural college..Stockbridge
Nothing specific to Haverhill, NH., that I know.
Livestock/Agriculture is part of NH.

Whiston..I always thought that Maura had NOT
unpacked as yet...additions/corrections, anyone?

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Beagle --- A lot of her adaptations have frightening and negative associations (for me) in terms of a missing person, i.e. Howard's End, Remains of the Day, Heat and Dust, and The City of Your Last Destination. This'll be labeled nuts and spam, but when one is a bit obsessed with missing people, "one" can't help but HATE titles like these! Not yelling at you, Teagle, just following my stream of unconsciousness.
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