In 1984, when he was 19 years old, Karr married a 13-year-old girl named Quientana Shotts, according to Shott's mother, Melissa Shotts. Karr evidently told Quientana to lie about her age, and took her out of Alabama, where they both lived, to marry her. Karr and Shotts lived together as a couple in Hamilton after their wedding, and Karr "was abusing her every way there was," according to Melissa Shotts. Court records show that, in 1985, a 14-year-old girl sought an annulment of what the records call a "ceremonial marriage," saying she had feared for her life when she agreed to marry Karr in 1984. Karr admitted to the court that she was a minor, but disputed she had been 13. The marriage was annulled in 1985. Shotts later remarried and is now named Quientana Ray.Also, Karr was a web-pioneer, forerunner of the online male praying mantises of today exposed by that scandalously righteous entrapment scheme set up by Dateline NBC:
The name John Karr was associated with a website called PowerWurks, apparently created sometime in 1996. The site, which was referred to in multiple Usenet postings, was used "to trawl for young girls on the Internet," according to Time magazine. Computer experts claim that a man matching Karr's description was using the Internet in 1996 in an effort to meet children for sex. A Usenet post made by a John Karr on March 9, 1996 to the alt.support.loneliness newsgroup describes the purpose of powerwurks.com:Now there's a promise you can trust, because JMK definitely doesn't like to talk. Witness:PowerWurks is a support organization for kids, teens and college students but all ages are welcome. We provide a safe and private environment where you can freely and comfortably express your thoughts and feelings on any subject. No subject is banned from discussion. All conversations are strictly confidential and that's a promise!!
The best part is definitely my first taste of a Thai Media Circus. It's much different than I had imagined... I love the sinister close up after the first "No Comment"!!! Amazing raw footage.
Now this is what I call meaningful research:
Great work guys, glad Fox News liked it. This next one is boring until the Thai Investigator starts injecting a little hearsay evidence into the proceedings. This won't prejudice any jurors in America:Lastly, this guy is too much for words. I had to include his montage tribute to JonBenet and the Ramseys. Watch at least until the first "talking head" moment:
More stuff when I find it.