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  1. #16
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    I'm ready for LE to charge her and to haul her (you know what) in... The sooner the better.JMHO
    "It's been clear from day one that the contradicting statements from the family members are not the truth," said Capt. Johnny Greenwood, spokesman for the Putnam County Sheriff's Office.

    JUSTICE HAS BEEN KIDNAPPED AND HIDDEN IN THE LAW


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    Quote Originally Posted by belimom View Post
    How heartbreaking.... How can you hurt such a beautiful little helpless baby like this.. I dont understand how any mother or any person could do something like that. I hope I never do understand.
    "When we were children, we used to think that when we grew up we would no longer be vulnerable. But to grow up is to accept vulnerability, to be alive is to be vulnerable." ~Madeleine L'Engle



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    correct me if I am wrong but we have..

    Lisa not actually seen, accept by parents since Sunday Birthday party
    Father accepts the night shift job on Monday the day of the job
    Neighbor dosen't see the baby while over drinking on front step from 6:30-10:30

    Something happened either Sunday night or Monday IMO



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    Question for the mods: I understand, no including the other kids in our theories and no active sleuthing of them. Is it okay to discuss the clicking noises that DB says she thinks one of the boys heard and things of that nature? And is it okay to include them in our theories as far as the possibility that they woke DB up that night or other possible scenarios, as long as they are not painted as suspects?

    (I know, I sound like an idiot, I just don't want my hand slapped again.)
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.


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    BritsKate - I agree. She drank, got frustrated and now I'm thinking banged the baby's head against the floor in her room over and over or choked her. DB's demeanor to me is one of horrible regret/sorrow and fear. Fear she will be caught and can't un-do what she did while intoxicated. I do feel sorry for her, but mostly I was hoping that poor baby was truly taken and would be returned and now it seems the most obvious thing we all feared did happen - mom lost it and killed the baby.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LancelotLink View Post
    Question. Did DB not allow an extensive search of the backyard before the search warrant, or did she say she was afraid to look back there herself?
    Here ya go, LancelotLink: "Bradley made the statement she did not initially look for her baby in the backyard because she 'was afraid of what she might find.'

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    http://abcnews.go.com/US/missing-bab...ry?id=14786129



    And I wonder why they limited the "consent" search........

    "The only areas extensively processed for DNA and fingerprints during the consent were the baby's bedroom and possible points of entry," the document states.

    "The extent of the search had been limited in nature with consent" of the parents, police stated in the request for the search warrant.
    <From:Wishbone >
    ************

    Yep, thats why I am confused.
    *also, the above quote was from previous thread, not sure how to "quote" it and yet have it show up in new thread? So just did a copy & paste*


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    Unless the husband is involved, it seems crazy that someone else would cover up a crime like one seems to have been, even another relative. Yet I was hoping that the dad was helping LE, if indeed he felt mom was guilty and if in fact she is.

    I do believe in well-trained dogs, as much if not more than well-trained people, but still trying to withhold judgement as to who did what. JMO
    Just my opinion, of course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slynderella View Post
    correct me if I am wrong but we have..

    Lisa not actually seen, accept by parents since Sunday Birthday party
    Father accepts the night shift job on Monday the day of the job
    Neighbor dosen't see the baby while over drinking on front step from 6:30-10:30

    Something happened either Sunday night or Monday IMO
    Respectfully...I don't think any of these things has been verified.
    Please consider my comments as my opinion. I don't ask that you agree with me and you are free to scroll past my post. Thanks for respecting my opinion as much as I respect yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slynderella View Post
    correct me if I am wrong but we have..

    Lisa not actually seen, accept by parents since Sunday Birthday party
    Father accepts the night shift job on Monday the day of the job
    Neighbor dosen't see the baby while over drinking on front step from 6:30-10:30

    Something happened either Sunday night or Monday IMO
    Oh gosh, new timeline - which would explain why the dad is acting so weird. This is all super sad...and if there weren't so many obvious murder cases - Casey Anthony, etc - where the parents get away with murder after tellng bizarre stories - I bet they would have come forward quicker.


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    Scent on floor. Wonder if this could be what happened..............

    "When he woke up that morning, he observed the defendant 'passed out' on the floor," the complaint reads. "As he was walking around (Boggs') body, he observed Raynna's legs sticking out from underneath her ... The defendant's leg was over Raynna's body."

    http://articles.cnn.com/2011-02-18/j...me?_s=PM:CRIME


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    Quote Originally Posted by just View Post
    BritsKate - I agree. She drank, got frustrated and now I'm thinking banged the baby's head against the floor in her room over and over or choked her. DB's demeanor to me is one of horrible regret/sorrow and fear. Fear she will be caught and can't un-do what she did while intoxicated. I do feel sorry for her, but mostly I was hoping that poor baby was truly taken and would be returned and now it seems the most obvious thing we all feared did happen - mom lost it and killed the baby.
    No offense...but I do not feel sorry for anyone who murders their child. Drunk or not. No excuse beyond fear of death for murder.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slynderella View Post
    correct me if I am wrong but we have..

    Lisa not actually seen, accept by parents since Sunday Birthday party
    Father accepts the night shift job on Monday the day of the job
    Neighbor dosen't see the baby while over drinking on front step from 6:30-10:30

    Something happened either Sunday night or Monday IMO
    How do we know the neighbor never saw the baby that night? Has that been established?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slynderella View Post
    correct me if I am wrong but we have..

    Lisa not actually seen, accept by parents since Sunday Birthday party
    Father accepts the night shift job on Monday the day of the job
    Neighbor dosen't see the baby while over drinking on front step from 6:30-10:30

    Something happened either Sunday night or Monday IMO
    Quote Originally Posted by norest4thewicked View Post
    Respectfully...I don't think any of these things has been verified.
    Thank you! I was afraid I had managed to skip pages somewhere depsite a marathon speed reading session because I didn't remember any of those things being verified.


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    There are two specific pictures of Lisa that break my heart. The pic where she's standing at the front door, and the pic where she's in the pink baby carrier, smiling at the camera. This is really dreadful.


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