I still stand by my post stating these opinions:
There is no obvious crime scene.
There is no time for the crime.
There are no witnesses.
There is no evidence.
There is no body.
There is no motive.
If there are real answers to the above then the detectives on this case should have made an arrest months ago.
Also I can't forget the comment by the detective in charge of the case at the time:
'this is as close to a vanishing as I have seen'.
Just take time to think about what he said.
My basic reason for the list are these:
There is no obvious crime scene. My opinion is the car was declared a crime scene because that was all they had. Forensic tests hadn't even been carried out at the time of the declaration.
Who is to say the victim wasn't bundled into the perpetrator's vehicle and that is the crime scene. The real crime scene could also have been in any unit or house or park or woods.
Was the abduction at Mosaic or someplace else.
There is no time for the crime. By time I mean tick tock time not a date. Was it midnight on Monday or 6am Tuesday. Perhaps it was 8:30am when she stopped somewhere on her way to work. It could have been anytime after 10pm on the Monday night.
There are no witnesses. I have not seen any reports of witnesses coming forward to say they saw Jennifer being abducted. I haven't heard of anyone saying they heard screams or calls for help. That's the kind of witness the investigators need.
There is no evidence. As far as I'm aware there has been no sign of a struggle. There was no pool of blood, none of her clothing and no jewelry left behind after she was abducted.
I have heard about partial prints and hair from the car and more recently DNA. It's terrific if they have these but they still haven't produced an arrest. This tells me the suspect isn't on the data bases they use.
However it means that there is a very good chance that one day there will be a match to the evidence they have.
Still, until the police confirm publicly they have evidence, forensic or otherwise there is only hearsay to go on.
There is no body. If this is a homicide a body will show the cause of death and may hold other critical information. Also a body makes for a better case for the DA. Obviously it also confirms the case is a homicide.
There is no motive. This could have been an abduction, rape and homicide.
Getting into left field it could have been a sex slave ring or a white slave gang.
It might have been a thrill kill.
It may have been triggered by jealousy.
Was it a professional hit?
All this stuff is only my opinion and basically thinking aloud.
It is also subjective.
We are all on the same side and if we keep chipping away we help keep the case alive and you never know, we might help get a result.