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Submitted by JJ (United States), May 22, 2005 at 02:19

I saw a Court TV presentation of this case. The program pointed out that the FBI was recording conversations at the Isa home, but until the tapes were translated into English and transcribed, they didn't know what was on the tapes. I don't believe they knew of the threats before the daughter's murder. Did anyone else see the same program? Is it your impression that the FBI knew and didn't intervene?
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