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    CO- Dylan Redwine, 13, Vallecito, 19 November 2012 - #44


    http://kmgh.m0bl.net/w/news/story/79133185/#


    http://www.durangoherald.com/apps/pb...te=printpicart
    Dylan Redwine, 13, in his baseball uniform this past summer.


    http://www.kob.com/article/stories/s2842579.shtml
    La Plata County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to search for a 13-year-old Four Corners boy missing since Monday.

    Dylan Redwine was reported missing Monday afternoon by his father, Mark Redwine, who lives in Vallecito, about 22 miles northeast of Durango.
    Dylan is described as 13 years old, standing 5 feet tall and weighing 105 pounds. He has blond hair and blue eyes.

    He was last seen wearing a black Nike shirt, black basketball nylon shorts, black Jordan tennis shoes and a two tone blue and white Duke Blue Devils baseball hat.

    Anyone who may have information on Dylan’s whereabouts are asked to contact La Plata County Sheriff’s Office Investigators Dan Patterson (970-382-7015) or Tom Cowing (970-382-7045). People can also call the hotline for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE LOST (1-800-843-5678).

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    CO- Dylan Redwine, 13, Vallecito, 19 November 2012 #5

    Important Changes to the discussion :

    Websleuths is a victim friendly forum. To be clear, the victim in any case we cover is the victim (missing and/or deceased child and/or adult). Dylan Redwine is missing and he is our victim.

    We are going to open discussion and sleuthing on Dylan's father Mark Redwine although he has not been named a person of interest. More often than not, we are finding that LE is reluctant to name a POI unless and until an arrest is imminent. However, the actions of LE may often times speak louder than words and for this reason, we are now going to allow discussion about Dylan's father.

    Any questions or concerns with the above? Please personal message a moderator or administrator.

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    CO- Dylan Redwine, 13, Vallecito, 19 November 2012 - #44

    The discussion rules have been relaxed but that does not mean you can outright accuse him.

    We can discuss our speculation based on facts, we cannot post out and out rumors. You can not speculate on something that is not known thru the media and or law enforcement.


    All opinions are welcome, please don't talk about being on one team or another. We all want the same thing... Dylan to be found safe and brought home!!!

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    Folks, we have allowed the discussion of Dylan's father in this case because there are a lot of questions surrounding Dylan's disappearance and he was the last person known to see him prior to his disappeance.

    We do not know what happened to Dylan or who is responsible. It is not a foregone conclusion that MR is responsible for the disappearance of his son.

    We are web sleuths and as web sleuths, we'd like to see any and all possibilities as to what may have happened to Dylan discussed here. Any members chastising other members for putting forth alternative theories will be hit with hefty timeouts.

    All reasonable theories and discussion of facts are welcome in this thread.

    Please carry on and let's do what we do best.

    Thank you.

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    Okay Guys - listen up! The last thread was going off the rails with the ranting about MR. Knock it off. If you just want to gripe - don't post it. Do NOT call names and do not use name variations (such as idiot or bad ass). Do NOT put words in his mouth.

    The mods understand that frustration is high but you need to put this in prespective. While things look hinky, LE has not named MR a POI or a Suspect and LE has a lot more information than we do. MR is still a parent and as such, until LE or MSM tell us different, he is entitled to some respect here.

    Discuss his comments, discuss contradictions if you see them, but leave the ranting off the thread please.

    As always, if you have questions, pm a mod.

    Thanks,

    Salem

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    CO- Dylan Redwine, 13, Vallecito, 19 November 2012 - #44

    Please continue here. Please remember TOS and the rules.

    Please do NOT personalize your posts.

    Thanks,

    Salem

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCHMAE View Post
    And another FWIW, my nearly 19 yr old just woke up , after working late last night. He's a college student. Stumbled in here groggy, grabbed some leftover pizza and turned on tv. He's watching HARRY POTTER. Yes at 19. So even an older ' kid' still likes to revisit some of the movies/ shows that they enjoyed when they were younger. I'm sure if he was wide awake and with his friends right now he would not be wanting to see it, but to me it seems there is something soothing about watching your childhood shows. I just dont' see what's so shocking that DR might have had on nickelodeon.
    Don't any of you watch Happy Days reruns? Or I dream of jeannie once in a while, just for nostalgia's sake ?
    There's a huge difference between Harry Potter and Dora the Explorer. Harry Potter is a huge franchise that appeals to an extremely wide range audience. There is no comparison between a 13-year-old boy watching Dora the Explorer (a show designed for the under-5 set) and a 19-year-old watching Harry Potter, a franchise whose books and movies have grossed billions of dollars, over a period of 10+ years. Harry Potter is one of the biggest pop culture phenomenons ever. I know you just mean that teenagers like to watch things from their childhood, but I just don't see how they are similar. Maybe if your 19-year-old son was watching Barney. But I just don't see how a 19-year-old watching Harry Potter is shocking. I also don't see how Happy Days or I Dream of Jeannie compares to Dora the Explorer either.

    (I brought my post over)

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    My screen did strange things when I tried to post this in the last thread, so I don't know if it posted or not. My pages aren't loading when I refresh. Trying this one more time -

    Quote Originally Posted by Kamille View Post
    Sorry The Cheese, I have been trying to find a link to the information that there were two separate court hearings in which Dylan made statements, one in Sept and one in early Nov, to no avail.

    I was under the impression that the first hearing was regarding custody and child support and the second was regarding visitation but now that I think about it I suppose the second one could have been about anything. Maybe that was ER's attempt at blocking the visitation. I really don't know and I apologize for somehow thinking that the second court hearing was regarding visitation.

    And if anyone has a link to the information that there were two court hearings or can even give me an idea of what to use on google search that will not give me dozens of pages of statement analysis and references that it was a court ordered visitation and that Dylan went missing in November I'd appreciate it.

    TIA
    No problem, Kamille! There's an article from early on that mentions hearings in September and November, but nothing about what the November hearing was for. I'm still looking for the link. I'm pretty sure I have it bookmarked, but I have a lot of bookmarks for Dylan lol.

    This video mentions a hearing in November where the documents are sealed, but not what the hearing was for.

    http://www.9news.com/news/article/30...iolent-history

    I'm very curious about what that November hearing was all about, and what date it was held.

    ETA - can't find the article and I'm giving up for now and eating my lunch
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    New post on FMDR about the weekend search.
    Im wondering how commonly LE goes on an all out search
    over the same territory 3 months later. Now it's 3.5 mos isn't it ?
    So I wonder if something is going on or new info came to light recently!
    Let's hope !

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCHMAE View Post
    New post on FMDR about the weekend search.
    Im wondering how commonly LE goes on an all out search
    over the same territory 3 months later. Now it's 3.5 mos isn't it ?
    So I wonder if something is going on or new info came to light recently!
    Let's hope !
    Is this at the lake ?


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    Hypothetically, if you were 100% innocent and failed a polygraph, would you take another one? I personally would take a polygraph if my child went missing, but if I was 100% innocent and failed, I would no longer trust the process. I would not agree to a second test. I am not postulating this is what happened in MR's case. This is just something I have been thinking about. Especially when I think about Breeann Rodriguez and her parents. Just food for thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCHMAE View Post
    New post on FMDR about the weekend search.
    Im wondering how commonly LE goes on an all out search
    over the same territory 3 months later. Now it's 3.5 mos isn't it ?
    So I wonder if something is going on or new info came to light recently!
    Let's hope !
    Not a search. Paraphrased - LE at lake questioning kids. Admin doesn't know what about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eileenhawkeye View Post
    There's a huge difference between Harry Potter and Dora the Explorer. Harry Potter is a huge franchise that appeals to an extremely wide range audience. There is no comparison between a 13-year-old boy watching Dora the Explorer (a show designed for the under-5 set) and a 19-year-old watching Harry Potter, a franchise whose books and movies have grossed billions of dollars, over a period of 10+ years. Harry Potter is one of the biggest pop culture phenomenons ever. I know you just mean that teenagers like to watch things from their childhood, but I just don't see how they are similar. Maybe if your 19-year-old son was watching Barney. But I just don't see how a 19-year-old watching Harry Potter is shocking. I also don't see how Happy Days or I Dream of Jeannie compares to Dora the Explorer either.

    (I brought my post over)
    I thought we established several threads back that there is more than one Nickelodeon channel, there are several and some are geared towards teens. There is no way of knowing which one in particular he was watching.

    That's like saying someone was watching ESPN. Well maybe they were but were they watching NASCAR or Basketball or Soccer??? There is a difference. We don't know if they were watcing ESPN or ESPN2. Or if someone is watching Disney. Is that Disney Family or just plain Disney??? Nickelodeon is a catch all name for all Nickelodeon channels. IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Lash* View Post
    Hypothetically, if you were 100% innocent and failed a polygraph, would you take another one? I personally would take a polygraph if my child went missing, but if I was 100% innocent and failed, I would no longer trust the process. I would not agree to a second test. I am not postulating this is what happened in MR's case. This is just something I have been thinking about. Especially when I think about Breeann Rodriguez and her parents. Just food for thought.
    If my child was missing, I'd be more than happy to give a poly. But that's all they get. If they can't tell what's going on with that, not my problem. If I know I'm innocent, that's not going to find my child anyway. So why take another one? Especially if I took it, they lied to me about my results, then said "just kidding." I would not trust the process at all. I'm one of those people you do something like that to me, you can kiss my behind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eileenhawkeye View Post
    There's a huge difference between Harry Potter and Dora the Explorer. Harry Potter is a huge franchise that appeals to an extremely wide range audience. There is no comparison between a 13-year-old boy watching Dora the Explorer (a show designed for the under-5 set) and a 19-year-old watching Harry Potter, a franchise whose books and movies have grossed billions of dollars, over a period of 10+ years. Harry Potter is one of the biggest pop culture phenomenons ever. I know you just mean that teenagers like to watch things from their childhood, but I just don't see how they are similar. Maybe if your 19-year-old son was watching Barney. But I just don't see how a 19-year-old watching Harry Potter is shocking. I also don't see how Happy Days or I Dream of Jeannie compares to Dora the Explorer either.

    (I brought my post over)
    Has it ever been established that Dylan was watching "Dora The Explora"?

    The quote taken from MR was "When he got back at 11:30, his son's dirty cereal bowl was beside the sink. The television was on Nickelodeon".

    http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_22...ts-wait-wonder

    Dora the Explora is on Nick Jnr, yes aimed at preschoolers, but MR didn't say he was watching that channel.

    There are plenty of programmes on Nickelodeon that a kid of Dylan's age would watch. My 12 and 13 year olds will still watch iCarly, Drake & Josh, Fairly Odd Parents and others.

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