February 23, 2011 10:09 am Reply

I really can’t wait for the day that the truth of this horrible event comes to light and the person or people responsible get what they deserve. It’s amazing that anyone can live with themselves knowing what they know. The only word that comes to mind is “SOCIOPATH” .


March 9, 2011 10:39 am Reply

Jordan who made all the decisions when Patric was found based on his experience as a Police Officer in Whitefield, N.H. population 15-1800 people.
During his tenure their were no homicides that he was ever involved with, he was never a lead investigator in a murder?
Upon leaving the Police Department and becoming part of Fish and Game, he was commended by the Chief for his work in the D.A.R.E. program at the school. Some qualifications?


June 13, 2012 8:02 pm Reply

This is just heart-breaking to hear. The evidence all points to a young boy who was a afraid of his step-brother who sounds like a very aggressive, confused and abusive adolescent. The potential for this step-brother to become violent is evidenced by the fact that he is accused of threatening Patric with very scary sounding “sexual” advances.
That would scare any 10 year old. Sociopathy can be inherited and so can abusive behavior. The step-mother sounds just as bad as her son, if not more. Since Patric was not her biological son, she may have resented him and the attention he may have received from his father/her husband. Citing the fact that the couple is now divorced makes sense and brings to light that this was an unstable union probably from the start. Sounds like a blend of unlikely and incompatible people. Sometimes sociopaths are so good at hiding their true nature that they get involved quickly under a false pretense and it’s not until you’re involved that they show their incapacity to have empathy for others and therefore show their anti-social ways,(no regard for society as a whole.) That boy is/was precious and he did the right thing speaking up. I hope justice is served and unfortunately a sociopath will never feel right or wrong like most people do. So the guilty party/ies,(sounds to me to be more than one,) probably have no bad feelings about this…they aren’t capable of it. It is sad and tragic for many people including the cold natured sociopath. They are humans as well, but very dangerous. They should be pitied and I for one am glad I know nothing about what it would feel like to not “feel.” What a terrifying existence.

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