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    The Debit Card

    Transcript by rev.com of the interview. I have to see it in black and white.

    http://wtkr.com/2015/05/11/judge-dis...to-grand-jury/

    Speaker 1: Wesley Hadsell was previously a member of the Aryan Brotherhood and was using cocaine to get back into the gang. Those are accusations that were revealed in court today. Wesley is the adoptive father of Angelica "AJ" Hadsell, a Norfolk teen who was found dead last month. News Channel 3's Marissa Jasek has the story.
    Marissa Jasek: Wesley Hadsell broke into a woman's home, found his missing daughter's jacket, and tried to hide the truth from police by threatening others. Those are accusations prosecutors made in court today, where Wesley faces several felony charges. All connected to his adoptive daughter, AJ's, disappearance. In all, 4 witnesses testified today. Their statements helped lay out a timeline leading up to Wesley's arrest.
    It starts March 5th, 3 days into the search for AJ. That day, the Commonwealth says a man named Corey French found part of AJ's debit card. French lived at the house Wesley is accused of breaking into on Halprin Drive, a block from the Hadsell home. The next day, March 6th, 18 year old Andre Barr, who lives at the Hadsell home, testified that Wesley admitted to the break in, finding AJ's Longwood University jacket stuffed behind a couch cushion, and leaving it out for Barr to find. That night, Barr says Wesley told him and others about the break-in and said if they told police, they "would be dealt with." Then March 8th, Barr goes to this hotel off East Little Creek, where Wesley was living. There, Barr says he watched Wesley hide bullets in an AC vent and listened for hours as Wesley talked about his violent criminal past and wish to once again join the Aryan Brotherhood.
    The Commonwealth believes this testimony shows Wesley's repeated attempt to manipulate and intimidate witnesses. Barr admits he first told police he found AJ's jacket but later changed his story, telling investigators it was Wesley all along. The break in charge was dismissed, though. The judge ruled prosecutors couldn't prove intent. His other 5 felony charges will go to a grand jury next week.
    In Norfolk, Marissa Jasek, News Channel 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FindHG View Post
    Thank you, all for all the links. From Ms. Robertson's report on 13News Now about court today

    He's handing the card to the evidence bagger, no gloves on.
    Who is this, the guy, btw, from the same source as above? Did everybody get a shave and hair cut between the 3rd and the 6th of March?

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    So... was the first piece of the credit card that Corey found just left right in front of his house?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kadoober View Post
    So... was the first piece of the credit card that Corey found just left right in front of his house?
    Quoting myself to bump... Do we know if this was the case?
    I know the first piece was found on Halprin, I did not know until yesterday that Corey lived on Halprin.
    Did I miss something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kadoober View Post
    Quoting myself to bump... Do we know if this was the case?
    I know the first piece was found on Halprin, I did not know until yesterday that Corey lived on Halprin.
    Did I miss something?
    It was supposedly on the road on the way home from the 7-11 where he, CF worked. So btwn the 7-11 and his home- exact location- I don't think anyone ever pinned it down exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beetrice View Post
    It was supposedly on the road on the way home from the 7-11 where he, CF worked. So btwn the 7-11 and his home- exact location- I don't think anyone ever pinned it down exactly.
    Where does this information that CF worked at 7-11 come from, Beetrice? I've never read that before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain_Kat View Post
    Where does this information that CF worked at 7-11 come from, Beetrice? I've never read that before.
    Ok I have searched everywhere I can think of except one place that is currently unavailable. SOooo, let's go with I am INCORRECT, and had a case of ministroke. CF did not work at the 7-11. He just found the piece of the debt card, as per WH in this: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...0No/edit?pli=1

    Sorry for the confusion & scare!

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    What if Wes is the one being.set up?
    Food for thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen730 View Post
    What if Wes is the one being.set up?
    Food for thought.
    Do you have a theory that Wesley Hadsell was set up? If so, I'd be interested to hear your reasoning behind that theory.
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    I do.
    Only by what has transpired so far.

    He was not the one to find the cut up cards he was called about the cards.

    He said his.wife told him the jacket was in the home.

    He was called about the clothes in the road.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen730 View Post
    I do.
    Only by what has transpired so far.

    He was not the one to find the cut up cards he was called about the cards.

    He said his.wife told him the jacket was in the home.

    He was called about the clothes in the road.
    Who called him about the bank card?
    Where did he say JH told him AJ's jacket was in the home? Link? (I thought I'd read one of AJ's friends told him that, and don't recall reading it was JH)
    Who called him about the clothes in Chesapeake?

    Ultimately, who hates Wesley Hadsell enough to set him up for this, knowing he's a coke-using convicted felon & would go back to prison?
    Who in this crowd of folks is so smart to pull all this off with zero evidence leading back to them?

    And finally, who in this crowd was capable of killing AJ, then dumping her body out in the cold for the wildlife to get at & then go about setting Wes up for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ontario Mom View Post
    Who called him about the bank card?
    Where did he say JH told him AJ's jacket was in the home? Link? (I thought I'd read one of AJ's friends told him that, and don't recall reading it was JH)
    Who called him about the clothes in Chesapeake?

    Ultimately, who hates Wesley Hadsell enough to set him up for this, knowing he's a coke-using convicted felon & would go back to prison?
    Who in this crowd of folks is so smart to pull all this off with zero evidence leading back to them?

    And finally, who in this crowd was capable of killing AJ, then dumping her body out in the cold for the wildlife to get at & then go about setting Wes up for it?
    He said jh told him about the jacket being found in Texty's house on the first ch interview.

    He said he asked the police what else did they find in Texty's house because his wife told him they found her jacket.

    Which we now know he lied about.

    Now i think he said Texty called him or Nephbro once the card was found. Or I think Nephbro was there when the card was found. That's why Wes said Nephbro took a pic of the card that he (wes) or whoever planted near Texty's house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexterMorgan View Post
    He said jh told him about the jacket being found in Texty's house on the first ch interview.

    He said he asked the police what else did they find in Texty's house because his wife told him they found her jacket.

    Which we now know he lied about.

    Now i think he said Texty called him or Nephbro once the card was found. Or I think Nephbro was there when the card was found. That's why Wes said Nephbro took a pic of the card that he (wes) or whoever planted near Texty's house.

    Jmo
    On March 4, a neighborhood search with friends and family was lead and organized by Wesley Hadsell. It was during this search that pieces of AJ's debit card were first found. According to Wesley Hadsell (who was there), CF found these debit card pieces. This includes the piece of the card with AJ's name left intact. (I have tried to find the video of that initial neighborhood search, but can't locate it at the moment. If I can track it down, I will add it to this post.)

    On March 6, another neighborhood search was conducted. WH was working out of town at the time. I believe it was DH who found the additional pieces of the debit card, in an area that, according to WH, had previously been searched. Drew called WH, and according to WH, he rushed back to the house from his job out of town. Here is where we see JH reacting on camera to the finding of the 2nd pieces of the debit card found.
    http://wavy.com/2015/03/04/norfolk-d...g-18-year-old/

    That is the best I can come up with the piece together the story of the 2 findings of debit card pieces. If anyone can add or clarify anything, please do so.
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    I don't think he put the card there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen730 View Post
    I don't think he put the card there.
    That is not a theory. That is an opinion.
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