Last edited by AnalyticalExaminer; 09-13-2011 at 12:45 PM. Reason: Edited/corrected JW info
if you get a chance please watch the following video -it explains why you should always get a lawyer and never talk o police.
Believe me you would never talk to police after watching this video
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* Her friends said she had been partying (but stopped drinking several hours before she allegedly walked home).
* All of the key POI she was with have multiple offenses and arrests, some of them jailed. Yes, I know these are "only" for alcohol and pot but ALL of them have been nailed (including Lauren).
* The association with AEPi was probably a factor.
* All the personal effects she was without.
* She's on video in an intoxicated state three times that we know of: Sports, returning to SW, and alley.
* There was the anonymous observer who saw her exit the SW elevator (I would think LE saw this video early on).
I think the suspicion of foul play, stated several days after the disappearance when much of the city had been scoured, is fairly straightforward - she didn't make it home, she didn't turn up anywhere else, and she wasn't in a condition or position to take herself anywhere. Ergo, someone else took her somewhere, alive or dead.
New thought: we've now had searches of Bloomington, the landfill, Lake Monroe and surrounding Hoosier National Forest, Griffy Lake, the Morgan-Monroe State Forest, and a mound in Martinsville (two days after the fire), with no results. Does that lend credence to the notion that LS was taken beyond Martinsville, to Indianapolis or Michigan?
A related thought: Was HT's early comment that the search needed to expand beyond Btown related to her knowledge of JR's visitor?
Last edited by AnalyticalExaminer; 09-13-2011 at 06:15 PM. Reason: Added 2nd paragraph
After a night of partying a simple suggestion of a "road trip" from a friend, an aquaintance or a friend-of-a-friend can sometimes start to sound like a very good idea (don't ask me how I know, LOL. Misspent youth and all that ).
How extensively were the bodies of water searched? I know TES was there, but did they in fact rule out the nearby lakes? I would think it would be very difficult to do so (rule them out.)
Just my opinion, of course.
Maybe this is a naive question (still a WS rookie after all), but has anyone alerted the BPD tips e-mail address to this thread's existence? I presume that LE rolls its eyes at most of the speculation that goes on, and probably has quite the opinion of us amateurs, but if they are truly in some kind of stall, isn't it possible that something here might trigger something helpful to them? CS spoke of the perceived disconnect between social media and LE, not sure what else we can do to help bridge that gap.
Body found in Jennings County woods
Very vague article.
And a second source of info. I really dislike posting these things.
Last edited by Cuoco7; 09-13-2011 at 08:49 PM. Reason: Added additional article
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Coffey was convicted of the murder of 10 yr old Amanda Marie Ray, NC. He admitted to molesting 300 children.
Please write a letter on behalf of Amanda.
Suspect in the murders of:
5 yr old Neely Smith, NC
14 yr old Kathy Lynn Beatty, MD
8 yr old Travis Shane King, VA
Possibly connected to the disappearances of:
14 Yr old Tracy Anne King, PA
11 yr old Sheila and 13 yr old Katherine Lyons, MD
15 yr old Carolyn Majane, NJ
Chairman Charles L. Mann Sr.
NC Post Release Supervision & Parole Commission
P.O. Box 29540
Raleigh, NC 27626-0540
RE: Fred Howard Coffey, DOC# 0081135
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I'm sorry, but I just hate that when they find bodies (which are obviously either male or female), they don't address that fact in the beginning. Mind you, in this case since they say it's been there awhile, perhaps it was too decomposed to tell. However recently, there was the guy pulled from the water, who'd driven his car in. They just released that a "body" had been found. Why sensationalize it?