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    CA - Phuong Le, 24, Fairfield, 25 April 2010 - #3

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    Have police formally announced any POI's or suspects in her case?


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    Quote Originally Posted by KaylynnCouture View Post
    Have police formally announced any POI's or suspects in her case?
    No, not as of the noon news. They are playing this one very close to the vest.


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    Not to my knowledge yet.

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    Have we seen anything yet of search warrants for vehicles in this case? This seems odd, if not...why search home and business and not cars? Especially now...
    Just my opinion, of course.


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    Cops Search Home of Slain Nurse's Married Boss
    Police Withhold Cause of Death in Probe of Nurse Phuong Le's Homicide

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    Not exactly sure what is new in this article, the title seems deceptive but...

    "ABC News talked briefly with Nguyen today.

    "I'm cooperating with the police and the FBI right now. Been tiring. I can't comment on anything," Nguyen, 41, said.

    "I'm very sad, and very upset," he said.

    Le's brother Dinh told News 10, confirming it appeared to be romantic. Huong Le, another Le brother, told News 10 that Nguyen was married with children.

    "That looks really strange to us because he's been a really good friend to our family," said Dinh, 31. "We didn't know they had a relationship like that. We didn't know at all.""


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    Quote Originally Posted by i.b.nora View Post
    Cops Search Home of Slain Nurse's Married Boss
    Police Withhold Cause of Death in Probe of Nurse Phuong Le's Homicide

    BY EAMON McNIFF
    May 11, 2010

    Not exactly sure what is new in this article, the title seems deceptive but...

    "ABC News talked briefly with Nguyen today.

    "I'm cooperating with the police and the FBI right now. Been tiring. I can't comment on anything," Nguyen, 41, said.

    "I'm very sad, and very upset," he said.

    Le's brother Dinh told News 10, confirming it appeared to be romantic. Huong Le, another Le brother, told News 10 that Nguyen was married with children.

    "That looks really strange to us because he's been a really good friend to our family," said Dinh, 31. "We didn't know they had a relationship like that. We didn't know at all.""
    I can't find the link right now, but didn't TN deny a romantic relationship with Phuong? And her brothers didn't know about it. So I'm curious just how this "relationship" came to light? I'm either forgetting or overlooked something. MOO
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    Quote Originally Posted by panthera View Post
    I can't find the link right now, but didn't TN deny a romantic relationship with Phuong? And her brothers didn't know about it. So I'm curious just how this "relationship" came to light? I'm either forgetting or overlooked something. MOO
    I don't remember TN categorically denying a "romantic relationship." He denied she was pregnant. And from what I remember, reports have implied the relationship was "romantic." It was and has been stated so in the press several times. But from what I remember from the first presser, LE didn't use the word "romantic." Didn't they say the relationship was just "more" than a working relationship (or a phrase closely related)?

    I'd have to go back and view the video, but I've been functioning under the assumption we just don't know what kind of relationship it was. I've been thinking it was more intimate than a boss-employee relationship, but perhaps not necessarily "romantic" or sexual. We've heard absolutely no evidence at all that would give weight to anything specific, but it seems the press has already settled on the relationship being "romantic."

    Just my thoughts on this. Please feel free to jog my memory if there are facts I've overlooked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by panthera View Post
    I can't find the link right now, but didn't TN deny a romantic relationship with Phuong? And her brothers didn't know about it. So I'm curious just how this "relationship" came to light? I'm either forgetting or overlooked something. MOO
    There are several articles that talk about it. It seems it came to light after the search warrants at Thuc's home and business. But, I also think it really came about by the police and FBI going through Phuong's things. Her phone, maybe journals at home, or other writings?

    Here is a snippet from one article that I found the use of the word correspondence interesting. A telephone call is not correspondence. Text messaging might be considered correspondence. Written letters? eMail?:

    "Nguyen had no comment Monday. Fairfield police wouldn't elaborate on what type of relationship Le and Nguyen had, only saying that it went beyond a typical employer-employee relationship. Nguyen had corresponded with Le as recently as the day she disappeared, police said."

    From: http://www.kcra.com/news/23436900/detail.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by i.b.nora View Post
    There are several articles that talk about it. It seems it came to light after the search warrants at Thuc's home and business. But, I also think it really came about by the police and FBI going through Phuong's things. Her phone, maybe journals at home, or other writings?

    Here is a snippet from one article that I found the use of the word correspondence interesting. A telephone call is not correspondence. Text messaging might be considered correspondence. Written letters? eMail?:

    "Nguyen had no comment Monday. Fairfield police wouldn't elaborate on what type of relationship Le and Nguyen had, only saying that it went beyond a typical employer-employee relationship. Nguyen had corresponded with Le as recently as the day she disappeared, police said."

    From: http://www.kcra.com/news/23436900/detail.html
    Thanks for bumping up the quote, i.b.nora. Yes, that's the excerpt I recall.

    I'd hadn't remembered the "correspondence" part either. Great point. No, I wouldn't interpret phone calls to be "correspondence." To me, "correspondence" implies words either written (letters and/or email) or texted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by i.b.nora View Post
    Cops Search Home of Slain Nurse's Married Boss
    Police Withhold Cause of Death in Probe of Nurse Phuong Le's Homicide

    BY EAMON McNIFF
    May 11, 2010


    Not exactly sure what is new in this article, the title seems deceptive but...

    "ABC News talked briefly with Nguyen today.

    "I'm cooperating with the police and the FBI right now. Been tiring. I can't comment on anything," Nguyen, 41, said.

    "I'm very sad, and very upset," he said.

    Le's brother Dinh told News 10, confirming it appeared to be romantic. Huong Le, another Le brother, told News 10 that Nguyen was married with children.

    "That looks really strange to us because he's been a really good friend to our family," said Dinh, 31. "We didn't know they had a relationship like that. We didn't know at all.""
    BBM. Quote about children.


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    It is possible to have a romantic relationship that was not consummated. If TN is the perp perhaps that was a factor.

    I really don't have a feel either way about TN. I haven't heard enough info to get a hunch.

    The weapon is interesting. Seems to me it's either something they could have overlooked initially like a rope or something that may have not appeared to be a weapon at first glance or they think it's a knife or gun the killer could have thrown deeper into the brush at the place where the body was found. Any thoughts on that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili Fries View Post
    It is possible to have a romantic relationship that was not consummated. If TN is the perp perhaps that was a factor.

    I really don't have a feel either way about TN. I haven't heard enough info to get a hunch.

    The weapon is interesting. Seems to me it's either something they could have overlooked initially like a rope or something that may have not appeared to be a weapon at first glance or they think it's a knife or gun the killer could have thrown deeper into the brush at the place where the body was found. Any thoughts on that?
    I can't even begin to speculate.

    Except I'm thinking perhaps they weren't looking for a weapon at all, initially. Her fatal wounds weren't apparent, from what I read, and it was what they discovered during the autopsy that led them to pursue a specific weapon. What that means? I don't know. But I know it's horrible, whatever it is.
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    The facts of the case lead me to resist (in my own mind) eliminating TN from the pool of possible POI's, but thus far, all interviews with him, what we know of his behavior in public...nothing's perked my instincts, KWIM? Seems like in every other case like this that I've followed here on WS, I get some movement from my inner-compass. It's just not so in this case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 'Ailina View Post
    The facts of the case lead me to resist (in my own mind) eliminating TN from the pool of possible POI's, but thus far, all interviews with him, what we know of his behavior in public...nothing's perked my instincts, KWIM? Seems like in every other case like this that I've followed here on WS, I get some movement from my inner-compass. It's just not so in this case.
    I have the same thoughts. Good post.

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