By now I hope someone's noticed a difference in the kidnapper(s) routine and calls it in.
If the kidnappers escaped in a car or van and stopped at a truck stop, maybe they took Isabel inside to eat and use the bathroom so I hope Isabel's picture has been posted in all the truck stops along the major highways.
JUSTICE IS COMING HALEIGH AND CAYLEE
YOU GOT TO LOVE JUDGE STRICKLAND
At it's core, the defense counsel's motion accuses the undersigned of being a "self aggrandizing media hound". Indeed. The irony is rich.
The parents not going home does not concern me at all. I figure the boys are absolutely terrified to sleep there now
I think this family is very active, as active as they can be, and retreating into a community of family and friends to try to find their baby.
For Travis Alexander, a human being.
*Gitana (means "Gypsy girl"). Pronounced "hee tah nah."
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“Every day that they don’t find something is good for me.“ Billie Dunn
"A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history."
- Mohandas Gandhi
I have been TRYING to come off my suspicions towards the uncle since day one. I want to move away from him, but I keep getting more and more info that makes me more and more suspicious.
I don't think that 6th man in the parking lot is nearly as suspicious, imo, as what we now know about Uncle J. JMO
I have got to wonder if he left his old life, and came to stay with family to start fresh. And perhaps he left a lot of very angry people in his wake...
“Every day that they don’t find something is good for me.“ Billie Dunn
Hi...this is really my opinion only and I hope I dont ruffle any feathers or sound prejudice etc as basically here in australia we dont know what is really going on with mexicans, drugs, illegal immigrants etc expect that we know there is certainly some sort of problem.
After being on websleuths for a number of years I tend to get cynical when families start sprouting about someone being kidnapped or abducted by the lurking stranger as the majority of the time it does end up being a cover up for something that happened within the family.
HOWEVER I am wondering if she was indeed kidnapped and it has something to do with payback, gangs, drugs, illegal immigrants etc etc after reading about the uncle.
It is a terrible crime to abduct a child. For terrible reasons. How baffling a case is this.
That said, I can't see how anyone could have abducted her without leaving obvious signs of sudden drama. The intense LE effort seems to be stymied.
Further, dissecting the events surrounding the incident does not seem to be producing much help towards finding Isobel.
Are criminals getting smarter?
Oh, and also I have a question-if it has been brought up before-that is, the nature of the question, I apologize.
Is there a casino in town or somewhere near? Are there legal gambling establishments nearby?
I know there are things that aren't great about speaking to the media. Its just my opinion that those things are nothing compared to the ability to keep Isabel in the news.
Ties to the FL Keys. Another major route of illegal drug entry into the US. Douglas is an infamous doozy of an entry point. I have familial roots there and spent many, MANY summers there.
He also apparently has charges from Florida, IIRC.
GRACE: And Ms. Stardevant, you coming forward and speaking, answering questions, means so much to literally millions of people that are praying for Isabel`s safe return.
I know that you state you heard dogs barking and male voices that you believe to have been English-speaking around 6:30 AM that morning. Could you show me behind you where you were and tell me what you heard?
“I remember hearing English, I think. You know, again, I wasn`t paying a lot of attention. But it didn`t seem like it was a language that I wouldn`t understand, that I didn`t understand”.
“I really do think it was English voices.”
Ms. Stardevant said she heard Isabel’s parents say hello to her so if Sergio and the uncle have an accent, Alicia should be able to tell whether the male voice she heard at 6:30 am belongs to Sergio.
Ms. Stardevant should also know whether the males were walking through the alley (if so there voices would fade) or if they were standing directly outside Isabel’s window.
Here is how Ms. Stardevant described Isabel’s bedroom window to NG.
NG asked the witness to point to Isabel's bedroom window for the viewers and confirm it was Isabel's and she did. An on-screen camera captured Isabel's window and I believe I saw a light-colored sheer curtain. I'll find and post the video but since the curtains were hung in a girl's bedroom, it makes sense they were light-colored and light-colored curtains are see through.
And that`s the window -- yes?
GRACE: Did the window typically have a screen on it?
STARDEVANT: Yes, it did. And that morning, when I looked over the wall, I wasn`t paying attention to where the screen was, but I know that the window itself was completely open. There was no screen and -- but I`m not sure where the screen was when I looked over the wall.
STARDEVANT: Yes. Yes. And it`s a very big window. And it was wide open at 8:00 AM. When I came out, when I discovered that she was missing and I looked over the wall, it was wide open.
GRACE: Alicia, is it typically open? Or do they use air- conditioning?
STARDEVANT: No, it`s -- I`ve never seen it open ever. So it was a little unusual.
GRACE: Never? So I noticed that they don`t have burglar bars. Do you know if they have an alarm in the house? Have you ever heard it set off accidentally?
STARDEVANT: I`ve never heard an alarm. I don`t believe that they have an alarm, but I`m not sure if they do.
Ms. Stardevant, back to that window. When you saw it, do you recall whether the curtains had been pulled away, or were they as they are right now?
STARDEVANT: They were to the side. I could see into her bedroom when I looked over the wall.GRACE: You could see directly into her bedroom?
STARDEVANT: Yes, I could.
STARDEVANT: What could you see in her bedroom?
GRACE: Well, I wasn`t trying to be very nosy. I didn`t want to pry into anyone`s business, so I didn`t really take a very hard look. I just remember seeing her bed. I think I saw a dresser. Nothing looked like it was -- like there was a huge scene that went on there. It looked normal.
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Here is the discussion I was referring to between NG and Lt. Fabian Pacheco, who’s the Executive Officer for Tucson Police Department regarding polygraphs.
Since the uncle is a close relative and 2 LE officers said on Nancy Grace that “polygraphs is a standard operating procedure, not only the parents but the uncle too must have agreed to take one and passed.
GRACE: Lieutenant, I know this must be a really hard job for you and your men and women.
Lieutenant, a couple of questions. And I think I know what your answer is going to be. Have any polygraphs been administered?
PACHECO: Well, again, we`re a pretty large agency with a lot of resources. So in these types of investigations, those are kind of standard practice without telling you one way or another to not hurt the investigation, I can assure you that we`ve done everything possible up to this point. And again that`s part of the thing –