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    Quote Originally Posted by LuLa View Post
    So LE got the blood test results back yesterday. And this from Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/willnunley

    Per THP via nunley: No public volunteers needed tomorrow as investigators "regroup" and explore new leads.
    according to the link the results came back today (wednesday)

    Meanwhile, the TBI been testing the blood found on the carport outside her home and we learned those test results are back in on Wednesday afternoon. But the TBI is not saying whose blood it is or why.
    http://www.newschannel5.com/story/14...medium=twitter

    like just recently this afternoon
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    Quote Originally Posted by LuLa View Post
    So LE got the blood test results back yesterday. And this from Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/willnunley

    Per THP via nunley: No public volunteers needed tomorrow as investigators "regroup" and explore new leads.
    It said Wednesday afternoon. That would be today?

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    Could the blood test results explain the 4 hour stop on searching yesterday?? JMO

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    Never mind the link says the results came back today not yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursebeeme View Post
    according to the link the results came back today (wednesday)


    http://www.newschannel5.com/story/14...medium=twitter

    like just recently this afternoon
    That makes the called off search and LE regrouping timing even more interesting. Same day they get the blood tests back.

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    I'm almost certain the blood is Holly's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahmoo View Post
    Thanks for this link frog!!! Something interesting in the article, besides what you've stated already, which REALLY caught my eye:


    Wonder where she's a student at???
    That's an interesting catch. TN Technology Centers offer a vocational business track. Most of the time, older students who attend TTC are those whose jobs have been abolished and they can take vocational classes there tuition-free, plus draw their unemployment. This person is 31, which would be an "older" student.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evelyn24 View Post
    That makes the called off search and LE regrouping timing even more interesting. Same day they get the blood tests back.
    1. blood test back
    2. meeting with family
    3. family says "do whatever it takes to bring her home" per nunley tweet
    4. no volunteers need tomorrow
    5. LE regrouping



    hmmm....hopefully a big break in the case...

    Pray Holly is okay and will be home soon!!

    JMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorekeeper View Post
    1. blood test back
    2. meeting with family
    3. family says "do whatever it takes to bring her home" per nunley tweet
    4. no volunteers need tomorrow
    5. LE regrouping



    hmmm....hopefully a big break in the case...

    Pray Holly is okay and will be home soon!!

    JMO
    This is what I hope is happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hinman View Post
    Could the blood test results explain the 4 hour stop on searching yesterday?? JMO
    And the no searching tomorrow! This came from the Command Center Update on FB.

    WHY do they not want to search tomorrow? they say they want to regroup!

    Something is up. . .

    MOO

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    Quote Originally Posted by hinman View Post
    Could the blood test results explain the 4 hour stop on searching yesterday?? JMO
    I read in the Jackson, TN news today that people have actually "passed out", due to searching, heat, health issues etc., They most likely had the stop due to these issues, as, there will be no volunteer searches tomorrow in order to give them a rest. Probably concerned they may be stretching the physical limits of the wonderful volunteers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iluvmua View Post
    I'm almost certain the blood is Holly's.
    Well, I was hoping for the blood of the perp. Maybe he got some deep scratches from cutting himself a path in and out of the woods. jmo

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    Quote Originally Posted by iluvmua View Post
    I'm almost certain the blood is Holly's.
    You would think so. The LE talked as if the amount of blood found wasn't enough lost to be serious damage, or life be threatening.

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    Someone help me out. When has such a hot case run cold with investigators (without a body or suspect)? Why stop a search in the early stages unless they feel there's no longer a need to search. This confuses me, because they then say they need searchers on Friday.

    I'm not going to get much sleep tonight!

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    BTW, article I read was early this morning. Before reports of blood analysis . LE, IMO, is just concerned over the health and well-being of the volunteers. If you have people passing out, it's time to call a time out. JMO.

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    I'm definately watching NG tonight if she is interviewing the family..
    .. Please help Kyron come home!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsBrisbee View Post
    I read in the Jackson, TN news today that people have actually "passed out", due to searching, heat, health issues etc., They most likely had the stop due to these issues, as, there will be no volunteer searches tomorrow in order to give them a rest. Probably concerned they may be stretching the physical limits of the wonderful volunteers.
    But I read they had to turn away hundreds? Can't they bring some of those folks in? How about the military (ie, Hailey Dunn).

    People (although not many) still search for Hailey everyday. I just can't see turning away all of them.

    hugs,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsBrisbee View Post
    BTW, article I read was early this morning. Before reports of blood analysis . LE, IMO, is just concerned over the health and well-being of the volunteers. If you have people passing out, it's time to call a time out. JMO.
    So you read an article this morning saying the search was being called off tomorrow?

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    this is gather... but interesting take on the 4 hour halt yesterday

    Holly Bobo remains missing as of noon, 4/20/2011, and investigators are continuing with another day of roadblocks to try to find out any new information about the girl's disappearance. Yesterday, roadblocks were halted for four hours due to rough weather conditions that made it difficult for searchers to continue. However, there could be other reasons for the halt in searching yesterday such as new evidence and leads that haven't been discussed. The roadblocks continued today.
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    Sorry if this has been covered...I haven't read all the threads. Do we know how far her brother was from where she was dragged out? I don't understand if he saw her being dragged out, why not run out or drive his car/atv as soon as he saw her being dragged off? Also, has it been confirmed that the brother saw her being dragged out but proceeded to eat his bowl of cereal before calling the cops? I can't discern what are rumors and what is fact. I am not trying to speak ill of the brother. I am just trying to understand why he didn't try to run after her if he saw the abduction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evelyn24 View Post
    So you read an article this morning saying the search was being called off tomorrow?
    I read it 5 hours ago on Will Nunly's tweets

    http://twitter.com/#!/willnunley

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgardner View Post
    But I read they had to turn away hundreds? Can't they bring some of those folks in? How about the military (ie, Hailey Dunn).

    People (although not many) still search for Hailey everyday. I just can't see turning away all of them.

    hugs,

    Mel

    Agreed. If it's bad they can use new people to search. I don't think resting the volunteers is the reason the search has been called off tomororw, it's because they are regrouping and rethinking their case and their leads. Possibly due to the blood results being back or other found evidence.

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    People, really, searchers are sick and passing out. They've been onging for a week. LE is concerned for health and wellfare, not to mention liability, regardless of waivers. It's PR any way you look at it. Searchers were sick and passing out yesterday. Today LE issues a statement that search will be called off for volunteers only, (LE will continue on searches), for tomorrow ONLY, so volunteers may rest. NO secret meanings here. They are concerned some volunteers may be over stretching themselves.

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    They should segregate the group by fitness level, with the A Team being Army reservists, athletes, and young people in good physical condition. These people could be sent in on the deep woods searches.

    The B Team, composed of the middle aged and slightly overweight people, could be used on less demanding searches.

    The C Team, made up of the elderly, the morbidly obese, and people with known health problems, could be utilized on limited searches such as roadsides.

    By keeping everyone in one group, people who can continue searching are being held back by those who need a break. I bet some of them are chomping at the bit, wanting to search and are frustrated about having to take a break.

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