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    MI - Detroit, BlkMale UP9586, 20-30, body burned, Dec'11 - Carlton Johnson



    https://identifyus.org/cases/9586

    He is 20-30 years old,
    Weight (pounds) 165, Measured
    Height (inches) 71, Measured
    Found in the back yard of a residence at 5400 Seebaldt badly burned.
    Hair: Natural and 1-2"
    Mustache and possible scruff
    Light brown to carmel complexion

    Fingerprints and clothing were not recognizable other than a scrap of a yellow something around his neck area.
    Last edited by summer_breeze; 10-05-2012 at 11:36 AM.

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    Just a warning, there is a very graphic post-mortem included in his NamUs file, and I suspect it was mistakenly made available for public viewing.
    <-- Watched one too many Hanna-Barbera "teenage detective" cartoons as a kid.

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    I didn't find any MSM but this Namus file is no longer there and he might have been identified.

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    Identified, according to the Spanish Namus
    https://identifyus.org/es/cases/9586

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    I wonder why Spanish NAMUS is on top of things and English NAMUS is lagging

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    I think it is just a glitch in their system. someone figured out that the Spanish version is accessible after a match which is great for us so we can move some threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astridxx View Post
    I wonder why Spanish NAMUS is on top of things and English NAMUS is lagging
    It could be the other way around imo
    I mean, sometimes it could be really awkward if the identification becomes public before it was meant to. If the family hasn't been notified, if the investigation suffers etc.

    But it's strange that the versions differ.



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