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    I just received this on e-mail from a gal with the Bish Foundation. Thanks, Marti!!

    "John got his car back - here's the article. I guess his wallet was gone."

    Tuesday, May 25, 2004

    John Bish's car is recovered at restaurant

    T&G STAFF

    WORCESTER- Police have recovered John J. Bish's car, three days after it was stolen outside Worcester County Courthouse.

    Mr. Bish had just finished testifying before an investigative grand jury Thursday morning about the disappearance and death of his 16-year-old daughter, Molly A. Bish. The grand jury is hearing testimony from about 100 witnesses in the disappearance of Miss Bish, whose remains were discovered in June 2003 in Palmer.

    Mr. Bish witnessed the theft of his 1997 Ford Escort while talking with someone on the State Street side of the courthouse.

    Sgt. Gary J. Quitadamo, police spokesman, said police received a call at approximately 12:15 p.m. Sunday, reporting that Mr. Bish's vehicle was parked at the La Caza restaurant and bar, 387 Cambridge St.

    According to Sgt. Quitadamo, the caller noticed the vehicle as early as 5 a.m. Friday morning, but thought it may have belonged to a patron of the bar. Sunday, after reading a newspaper account of the theft, the person called police.

    Sgt. Quitadamo said there was minor damage to the right front fender and turn signal, but it was unclear if it was pre-existing damage. Police had not yet determined if anything was stolen from inside the vehicle.


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    Prayers for justice for Molly and all who miss her so much.

    www.mollybish.org/

    I love y'all, Lanie


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    I'm pretty sure 48 Hours is investigating this case tonight, might want to check it out.
    Praying for Jason.
    Find Beaner!
    Where is Kayla Berg?
    Justice for Stephanie Low, 9-22-14 RIP Stephanie


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    This may be a repeat, but if you haven't seen it already, you might want to watch.
    Praying for Jason.
    Find Beaner!
    Where is Kayla Berg?
    Justice for Stephanie Low, 9-22-14 RIP Stephanie


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    Thanks for the heads-up, Mom who cares!! I have the tape, but my Mom taped that show and another on two different speeds and I cannot view it in Germany. I will bring it home and leave it there next trip back. I can watch one show, but not the one with Molly. *sigh*

    Have not heard if they did a second show or not. I know Molly's case is one a lot are watching. We all pray for answers, and justice.

    With love and HOPE, Lanie


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    CBS aired the show last night @ 10 p.m. I think it was originally going to come on (Fri., August 20, 2004), but for some reason they aired it early.

    Here is the link for 48 Hours. It may change throughout today, but this could show if they are going to air it again and the times.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/sections/48hours/main3410.shtml
    Last edited by WithoutATrace; 08-19-2004 at 02:46 PM.


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    Molly, you will never be forgotten.

    For John and Magi, and everyone at The Bish Foundation.
    Much love, Lanie


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    Grand Jury Extended By 6 Months

    http://news.bostonherald.com/localRe...rticleid=57948

    Hoping this results in answers for the Bishes...


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    I just googled Molly's name and found that the hunter who found her bathing suit, which eventually led to the discovery of Molly's body I believe, is an ex police officer who is writing a book about the disappearance of another local girl (Holly Pirrainen). How's that for a run-on sentence? I have had a bad feeling about this hunter guy (Tim McGuigan) for the last year or so. It is just way too coincidental. He finds a piece of Molly's swimsuit. He turns it in and this leads to the discovery of Molly (I believe). Then he is with producers from Dateline or 48 Hours and shows them the area where he previously found a piece of Molly's suit, and lo and behold he finds ANOTHER piece of Molly's suit just laying there, with the cameras rolling. Then he decides to write a book about the disappearance and murder of another local girl (Holly). I mean really!

    Supposedly this guy is an ex police officer who left the force in disgrace prior to the disappearance of Molly (and perhaps Holly).

    I don't know, this just doesn't sit right with me. But that is just my opinion and I really know very little about this case.

    imo


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    RE: guy who found Molly's suit

    I do agree that it's a weird situtation and I did always kind of wonder about that guy. Someone didn't come forward right away, I don't know if that was him or not. I never understood how the 2 pieces of the swim suit where found and missed the body in all the searching that was done. Unless it was moved....

    I live near by, so I've paid a lot of attention to this case, I distinctly remember hearing the news when she first went missing.
    Somewhere I read something about a cabin out in the woods where someone found a paper or a note on the door with information about/ or referring to Molly. I never did find out if there was any truth behind that story.

    HOWEVER, apparently whe she was younger, Molly wrote a letter expressing concern to the family of another young girl who had disappeared from her grandmothers yard or something and I think was found murdered evetually. The family recognized Molly's name years later when she herself disappeared. That always gave me a slight chill... like it was a sign of what was to come or something...

    Anyway, I think that the guy who found her suit was cleared with little or no room for doubt because it seems that he would be the prime suspect. I thought he was a hunter or something....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brie
    I do agree that it's a weird situtation and I did always kind of wonder about that guy. Someone didn't come forward right away, I don't know if that was him or not. I never understood how the 2 pieces of the swim suit where found and missed the body in all the searching that was done. Unless it was moved....

    I live near by, so I've paid a lot of attention to this case, I distinctly remember hearing the news when she first went missing.
    Somewhere I read something about a cabin out in the woods where someone found a paper or a note on the door with information about/ or referring to Molly. I never did find out if there was any truth behind that story.

    HOWEVER, apparently whe she was younger, Molly wrote a letter expressing concern to the family of another young girl who had disappeared from her grandmothers yard or something and I think was found murdered evetually. The family recognized Molly's name years later when she herself disappeared. That always gave me a slight chill... like it was a sign of what was to come or something...

    Anyway, I think that the guy who found her suit was cleared with little or no room for doubt because it seems that he would be the prime suspect. I thought he was a hunter or something....
    Yes, the guy who found her swimsuit was a hunter and an ex-policeman. He found a piece of her suit, held on to it for a long while I believe, then called authorities. I believe they then found Molly's body, then month's later the hunter was showing Dateline or a similar show where he found the piece of her suit, and lo and behold, he found yet another piece of her suit with the cameras rolling.

    The missing girl for whom Molly wrote a letter to the family was Holly P., the same girl who the hunter who found a piece of Molly's suit, wrote a book about. It is all way to connected for me, but I am sure that you are right and the hunter/policeman was checked out thoroughly.

    Molly and her family have really touched me and I pray that they soon find the answers they need.

    imo


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    Quote Originally Posted by Juliana
    Yes, the guy who found her swimsuit was a hunter and an ex-policeman. He found a piece of her suit, held on to it for a long while I believe, then called authorities. I believe they then found Molly's body, then month's later the hunter was showing Dateline or a similar show where he found the piece of her suit, and lo and behold, he found yet another piece of her suit with the cameras rolling.

    The missing girl for whom Molly wrote a letter to the family was Holly P., the same girl who the hunter who found a piece of Molly's suit, wrote a book about. It is all way to connected for me, but I am sure that you are right and the hunter/policeman was checked out thoroughly.

    Molly and her family have really touched me and I pray that they soon find the answers they need.

    imo
    Juliana, that is just way too weird. Do you have any links about the hunter guy and his book?


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    Quote Originally Posted by gardenmom
    Juliana, that is just way too weird. Do you have any links about the hunter guy and his book?
    I'm having trouble finding a link with all the info; however, this article has some tidbits in it.

    http://election.cbsnews.com/stories/...in586166.shtml

    I did have one thing mixed up. A hunter originally found a piece of Molly's swimsuit and I think he held onto it for several months or maybe even a year. He was discussing Molly with a friend (McGuigan, the disgraced ex-cop) and remembers the piece of the swimsuit. They turn it over to police, and they determine it is Molly's suit and Molly's remains are eventually located. The hunter and McGuigan then take 48 Hours or Dateline on a tour of the area where the piece of the suit was originally found and then they find another piece of the swimsuit. The McGuigan guy is the one writing a book about Holly P. who also disappeared from the area. I'll keep looking for more info/links.

    imo


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    I looked up this thread as there's a show on Aussie TV in the next few days about Molly Bish.
    Did anyone else notice the weird thing mentioned in one of the articles, that women have been disappearing from towns beginning with W? "Dr. Kelly said there has been a bizarre pattern of attempted abductions and attacks on women near ponds and waterways throughout the state. He said women from Wales, Walpole, Westwood, and Weymouth have been attacked or killed in the past several years."


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    Quote Originally Posted by nicbok
    I looked up this thread as there's a show on Aussie TV in the next few days about Molly Bish.
    Did anyone else notice the weird thing mentioned in one of the articles, that women have been disappearing from towns beginning with W? "Dr. Kelly said there has been a bizarre pattern of attempted abductions and attacks on women near ponds and waterways throughout the state. He said women from Wales, Walpole, Westwood, and Weymouth have been attacked or killed in the past several years."
    nicbok: Do you have a link to the article about the mention of disappearances from towns starting with "W?" I've looked for it,(saw it months ago) and can't find it. FWIW, I came across another site last night that showed a 'serial killer' of prostitutes in a town beginning with 'w.'

    About the hunter, former cop, etc. From what I read, the hunter had seen the 'blue' artcle of clothing months before he was talking to the disgraced cop turned author. It was during their conversation the hunter learned of the possible significance of the find and he led the ex-cop to the location where he'd found it and it was still there. I believe this is what led to discovering the remains of Molly. Anyway, it was during the filming of the show when the ex-cop found the additional evidence.

    I'm sorry and this is just my OPINION, but I think LE should definitely look into this 'disgraced' cop, turned author. Look,.... from what I read, he turned to drugs and alcohol during the search for the 'other' missing girl and these addictions caused him his marriage and his job. Then he says he's writing a book, another girl goes missing under similar circumstances, he starts to get involved and gives LE 'hints' that lead to other finds. LE involved in Molly's case are grateful to him for he's been right on in his predictions. Plus, he keeps trying to lead LE to another person who just happened to volunteer to help for Molly. How convenient. Bet lots of locals volunteered in that search, imo.

    This is way to coincidental,........after first girl goes missing, guy turns to drugs and alcohol, loses family and job and becomes obsessed with the case and (conveniently) finds clues leading to discovery of second missing girl. IMHO.......I believe there's more to this story. IMHO, IMO, IMOO

    JMHO
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    PS. Remember, there is no coincidence when it comes to murder...fran


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