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    TX - Alanna Gallagher, 6, Saginaw, 1 July 2013 - #4

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    Angry TX - Alanna Gallagher, 6, Saginaw, 01 July 2013 - #4

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    TX - Alanna Gallagher, 5, Saginaw, 01 July 2013 - #3

    Please continue here and remember the rules. You can find them right here: The Rules - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community

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    Websleuths is a victim friendly forum. Attacking or bashing a victim is not allowed. Discussing victim behavior, good or bad is fine, but do so in a civl and constructive way and ONLY IF IT IS RELEVANT TO THE CASE. Additionally, sleuthing family members that are not suspect is not allowed. Don't make random accusations or post personal information (even if it is public) like parking tickets, address, or first and last names of all their relatives and their neighbors. Also, never "bash" or attack them, or accuse them of involvement. However that does not mean that family members cannot come into discussion as the facts and issues of the case are discussed.


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    Regarding Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and other social networking or blog websites: Links may be used to direct posters to view something on a social networking page. But postings on social networking sites are not considered fact; they are rumor. Copying and pasting, or taking screen caps, directly from these pages is not allowed. Paraphrasing is okay. (Exception: If the Twitter or Facebook post belongs to a verified news station, it may be copied. But a link should still be provided.)

    Also, social networking pages may only be linked if they are directly related to a case, i.e. the victim or suspect. We don't want to post to someone's mother, brother, employer, milkman, or postal carrier just because they know the main player. We also NEVER link to minor's pages (unless they are the victim). And be sure that the page actually belongs to the person being discussed. Do not link to someone if you are not 100% sure it is the correct person. And if a social networking is set to private and you get in the back way, you may not post what you find. Private means private!

    MINORS: Websleuths.com™ does not allow the naming of, or photographs of, minors (children under the age of 18) on the Site unless the child is a missing or deceased person or where law enforcement has identified the minor as a perpetrator of a crime and the minor will be tried as an adult. If a missing child is found and it is learned that such minor was the victim of child exploitation, references to the child’s name and likeness will be removed, and further posting of such information will not be allowed.

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    Please continue here and review the rules in the previous post.

    DO NOT post personal information about the parents beyond what has been reported in MSM

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    DO NOT suggest that any individual is the perpetrator unless indicated as a person of interest per MSM.
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    I asked dh (forced to be a physician county coroner for 5 years in Oklahoma when dinosaurs ruled the Earth) what "urine located the residence that could be constituted as evidence against the laws of the State of Texas" meant. He thinks that is just a broad statement meaning any urine (toilet seat or surroundings) found inside the residence can be legally tested for DNA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensfan View Post
    I asked dh (forced to be a physician county coroner for 5 years in Oklahoma when dinosaurs ruled the Earth) what "urine located the residence that could be constituted as evidence against the laws of the State of Texas" meant. He thinks that is just a broad statement meaning any urine (toilet seat or surroundings) found inside the residence can be legally tested for DNA.
    Wouldn't it just be easier to test the toothbrushes?

    What does he think of "residual fluid" listed separate from urine?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda7NJ View Post
    Wouldn't it just be easier to test the toothbrushes?

    What does he think of "residual fluid" listed separate from urine?
    Hmm. Unless an evil visitor didn't use a tooth brush, but did use the toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda7NJ View Post
    Wouldn't it just be easier to test the toothbrushes?

    What does he think of "residual fluid" listed separate from urine?
    Residual fluid could mean a lot of things. It could include fluids left over from an attack on a live body (semen, gastric fluid, blood, mucus) and it could include fluids from a dead body (urine, feces, blood, body fat-cadaverine, lipids from brain matter, and etc...).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensfan View Post
    Hmm. Unless an evil visitor didn't use a tooth brush, but did use the toilet.
    I wonder if they had any visitors that day?


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    Didnt a neighbor say they saw her around 2 that day?
    Has this been verified?


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    Has it been tied up as to whether or not KG was home all day or if he arrived at 8pm from work?

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    I've been a lurker here for ages, always reading like crazy when a case grabs my attention. This one has broken my heart. I feel so terrible for her parents and the way they are being slammed at this time. This one has prompted me to join and talk it out.

    I think the toilet paper is really the only thing I've seen on there that confuses me. Everything else (unless I've overlooked something huge) are easily explainable items and things that make sense that the police would want to look at from the victim's home. The toilet paper is just odd.

    I keep refreshing the news pages, hoping like mad that the police release some info before bed so I can rest a bit easier.

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    I am wondering why they even had pool chemicals with no pool. You do not use pool chemicals in a hot tub- you use chemicals meant for a hot tub. And some use a salt system for either one.

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    What a darling beautiful little girl!
    Rest peacefully sweet angel.
    we're gonna get this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by momrids6 View Post
    I am wondering why they even had pool chemicals with no pool. You do not use pool chemicals in a hot tub- you use chemicals meant for a hot tub. And some use a salt system for either one.
    Lots of pool chemicals and spa chemicals are interchangeable. My mom has both and uses several of the same items in both.

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