GRACE: You know, Debra Opri, I have been assigned several rape-murder cases, all right? You handle
felony prosecutions, you`re going to get one of those, at least one. Normally, the guy that had sex with the woman just before her death is somehow involved in the death. It`s just common sense, OK? If that is in the defense file, from one of these three guys, this is a very, very unusual arrest of two other suspects. What do you think, Debra?
OPRI: I have to tell you, I just don't think this is a rape-murder case. I don't. My gut is telling me this is part of a transport, a prostitution business with the country of Colombia. I hear too many stories. I know too many people who have gone down to Aruba...
GRACE: Oh, good God, Debra, you heard a story? That is the basis of this theory?
OPRI: Nancy, Nancy, let me finish. There are many instances where women will go down there, that age, that type, blonde-haired, and they are drugged and transported to Colombia, period, bottom line. Those are what the investigation and the facts tell you, and those are the stories. Now, looking at a potential rape-murder, we don't have any evidence. We don`t have anything to give us that result. That`s just your opinion based upon your experience.
I believe, because there's no evidence at this point in time, no body, I`m going to pull away from a murder and go with kidnapping and transport to Colombia.
GRACE: Well, Debra, I don`t entirely disagree with you.