An FBI profile of the sort of person who might have committed the slaying suggests a possible history of sex offenses, [Kuehn] said. But he declined to say whether the girl was sexually assaulted.
Deborah Triggs, 38, [Lisa Renee Triggs]' mother, says she writes poetry as a means of coming to terms with the girl's death. One of the poems, printed in a local newspaper on the anniversary of her daughter's death, read in part: "You murdered her and you too must die. The all-seeing eye knows you live a lie."
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