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    Armstrong said Rafferty told her Tori's abduction was drug-related- that the mom owed money

    Armstrong said Rafferty was "going to go look for her." He said he heard disappearance was drug related. Tori's mom "owed a lot of money"

    RaffertyLFP: Armstrong said Rafferty told her that he knew the girl (McClintic) that had been taken in for questioning

    Armstrong said Rafferty told her that police were waking up McClintic in middle of night, spitting in her face
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    Armstrong said she sent Rafferty a text in middle of May asking for his help in opening swimming pool

    Rafferty says the suspect in the case was being woken up in the night, yelled at, and had her face spit in by police.

    The next thing that Armstrong heard was Rafferty arrest on TV

    Armstrong says #Rafferty told her he thought he recognized the woman in the white jacket in the surveillance videos.
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    I feel TERRIBLE for Rodney, I hope everyone is open and honest on the stand, he really deserves that. When you hear all these statements saying her abduction was drug related it makes you really wonder what the truth is. I CANNOT imagine how he must be feeling, let alone how Tara must be feeling if these are simply untrue things being said. Rodney hit the nail on the head when saying we will never know the complete truth.
    Our memories shape us, providing a backdrop for our daily lives, a context for our actions, a rationale for our sometimes dubious decisions. Who we are today is inextricably woven through with memories of who we were yesterday, and the days before that.

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    Rafferty's last contact with Armstrong was between the 14th and 17th of May. She asked for help with her pool.

    That's all the questions Crockett has. Derstine now cross examining

    Crowns has no more questions for Barbara Armstong. Cross Examination begins

    Derstine asks how long Rafferty was in her home. About ten minutes. They chatted, like they usually do.

    Derstine starts cross-examination He asks how much they chatted when she sold him the Percocets. She said nothing unusual that day

    Derstine suggests Rafferty wasn't in a rush to leave. She agrees. All the questions he has.

    Defence asks Armstrong about #Rafferty's composure on Apr. 8. She agrees he wasn't a "man in a hurry". Armstrong excused

    RaffertyLFP: Derstine wraps up questions

    RaffertyLFP: Det.Constable David Vittie is next witness
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    Det.Constable David Vittie is next witness

    RaffertyLFP: Vittie is actually Det. Sgt

    Vittie has been with the OPP since 2001. Working as an officer for 22 years.

    RaffertyLFP: Vittie worked with Con. Kelly from Woodstock and helped to gather witness statements

    Vittie was told on May 19th the investigation was now a murder case. Met with Detective-Inspector Renton that night.

    Det. Const. David Vittee Followed up on tips in the #ToriStafford case

    Vittie was assigned to go to the Guelph Home Depot and look through their security video from April 8th.
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    Arrived at the Home Depot before 6 on the morning of May 20th. Met with loss prevention officer.

    Vittie, who is from Burlington, went to the Home Depot in Guelph and picked up the security tape

    RaffertyLFP: Vittie reviewed Home Depot security video and saw images of Rafferty car in parking lot at 5 p.m.

    Vittie says he and Detective Cobstable Kelly were looking for a 2003, black Honda Civic in the parking lot. One arrived at 5 pm.
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    Vittie said he saw a male exiting the car and enter another building, He gets back in car a short time later

    On the video, a man left the Civic, then walked back to the car. Was walking towards another building. Then drove towards the Home Depot

    Vittie said he saw car pul in front of Home Depot- a woman gets out, puts on white coat and runs toward the door of store

    A woman got out of the car, ran towards the front door.

    Photo shows the jury a Petro Canada just meters away from the Home Depot parking lot.
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    RaffertyLFP: Vittie said he saw a male exiting the car and enter another building, He gets back in car a short time later [via Twitter]
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    Police went to the Petro Canada, spoke to the manager. Asked if monitoring equipment was working. It was not hooked up.

    Vittie said he talked to clerk at service station near the Home Depot - video equipment there was not working but adjacent Tim Horton's was

    The Petro Canada also has a Tim Horton's, which has a camera. Police didnt see the man in the white shirt at 1st, time stamp was off 37 mins

    Vittie said he could not initially find the male he was looking on video for but realized timer was incorrect -switched time and found him
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    LFP seems to be the only one on the ball today. Others are slow with their tweets! Many aren't even there tweeting and will only give updates at the end of the day.
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    Vitties asked store owner for receipts from the ATM in store - located a receipt from April 8 at 5 p.m. for $80

    Eventually saw the man in the white shirt entering the store. Also asked for ATM records. Man attempted to withdraw $100, was denied.

    The person was eventually was able to take out 80 dollars, with a $1.50 fee.

    Det. Const. Vittie is taking the court through slides of the Guelph gas station where it's alleged #Rafferty used an ATM Apr. 8th.

    Slides showing photos from the Petro Canada. Now viewing video.

    Video shows a man in a white shirt entering the store. Then heading towards the ATM. Then leaving just over a minute later.
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    Eventually saw the man in the white shirt entering the store. Also asked for ATM records. Man attempted to withdraw $100, was denied.

    The person was eventually was able to take out 80 dollars, with a $1.50 fee.

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    Det. Const. Vittie is taking the court through slides of the Guelph gas station where it's alleged #Rafferty used an ATM Apr. 8th.
    Justice for Holly Bobo🎀

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    Imagine how the employees of those businesses felt about learning that their video surveillance equipment wasn't working and that the employees are sitting ducks, especially at night, for robberies. If you've got a camera, especially in a service station where so many robberies do occur, then make sure it's working!!

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    The video time stamp was 37 minutes off, Vittie reminds the just. Time stamp showed 4:27 pm.

    Court is being shown video of man entering variety store. Vittie says the video shows a man in white shirt + jeans entering and going to ATM

    Showing the jury the two receipts from thte ATM. One, at 4:59, the transition did not go through. 32 seconds later, an $80 withdrawal did.

    Court sees image of ATM receipts from that day
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    Jury is now viewing a surveillance video from the Guelph gas station. #Rafferty

    RaffertyLFP: Court is being shown video of man entering variety store. Vittie says the video shows a man in white shirt + jeans entering and going to ATM [via Twitter]
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~n/t~ View Post
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    Jury is now viewing a surveillance video from the Guelph gas station. #Rafferty

    RaffertyLFP: Court is being shown video of man entering variety store. Vittie says the video shows a man in white shirt + jeans entering and going to ATM [via Twitter]
    I wonder if they ever found that white shirt?

    And I guess it answers the question of who was driving the car at the Esso station in Woodstock before the abduction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamille View Post
    I wonder if they ever found that white shirt?
    Hope so!
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    Court sees Rafferty's bank records from April 8th that confirm the ATM withdrawal

    Showing Rafferty's banking records. Shows a withdrawal on $81.50 on April 8th. Rafferty had $114 dollars in his account at the time.

    Det. Const. Vittie describes a document with two listed transactions from ATM. Same account. 1 attempt denied. Other went through.

    Showing the Rafferty bank statement to the jury. Has the ATM withdrawal.

    Transaction and account numbers on the receipt and bank statement link up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~n/t~ View Post
    Hope so!
    It was supposed to have been put in the bag and disposed of, according to TLM. But I'm not sure how clear that video is going to be. MR likely had a lot of white shirts. It seems as though he only wore white, red and black from his photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor Bug View Post
    Court sees Rafferty's bank records from April 8th that confirm the ATM withdrawal

    Showing Rafferty's banking records. Shows a withdrawal on $81.50 on April 8th. Rafferty had $114 dollars in his account at the time.
    I hope his Mom was paying him back for those percocets then. Was she a drug addict too? Because he was TLM's friend who didn't do drugs remember?

    ETA: Or was that another lie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamille View Post
    It was supposed to have been put in the bag and disposed of, according to TLM. But I'm not sure how clear that video is going to be. MR likely had a lot of white shirts. It seems as though he only wore white, red and black from his photos.

    MOO
    The one in red (blood) stains would be the one, if they found it.
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    Det. Const. Vittie describes a document with two listed transactions from ATM. Same account. 1 attempt denied. Other went through. #Rafferty
    Justice for Holly Bobo🎀

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    Tweets have slowed right down eh? Wonder why?

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    Photo shows a man, who looks like Rafferty using an ABM on April 9th, 2009.

    Court is seeing video surveillance from an ATM machine on April 9th in Woodstock Appears to be Rafferty

    Video shows the same man sending a text message while making a withdrawal at a BMO in Woodstock. Matches Rafferty's bank statement.

    Det. Const. Vittie identifies video surveillance from the morning of April 8th from a bank in Woodstock.

    2nd video is of an ATM on Apr. 9th, 2009. Day after Tori disappeared. Time on video matches withdrawal on #Rafferty's transaction list.

    2nd video is of an ATM on Apr. 9th, 2009. Day after Tori disappeared. Time on video matches withdrawal on #Rafferty's transaction list.

    Showing a series of clips of a man using ABM on April 9th. Rafferty used a machine in Woodstock at 4:30, according to his statement

    Morning break. Back in 20 minutes.
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