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    MT - James Many White Horses, 2, found dead in car trunk, 21 July 2008

    When I read this story, the first thing I thought of was the theories about Caylee! This is so sad! Seems strange that this mom was able to continue driving her car around for so long with the babies body in it, and that the police didn't smell anything when they stopped her!

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    Thanks for starting this thread, Benji. The similarities are uncanny. The difference is that the Montana case has been solved. So, what can we learn from that case that would shed light on this one?


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    Wow! There's a lot of crazy people out there


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    Quote Originally Posted by bessie View Post
    Thanks for starting this thread, Benji. The similarities are uncanny. The difference is that the Montana case has been solved. So, what can we learn from that case that would shed light on this one?
    Very true, maybe there is something to learn here. So sad to hear about another baby dying like this. Maybe this happens more than I even realized.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bessie View Post
    Thanks for starting this thread, Benji. The similarities are uncanny. The difference is that the Montana case has been solved. So, what can we learn from that case that would shed light on this one?
    It would be interesting to know what the trunk was like after the body had been there wrapped and in plastic. What kind of bio evidence was there in comparison to Casey's car for one thing.


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    So for all of those who doubted that Caylee's body could have been in Casey's trunk undetected for quite some time...here you go.
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    Why No Decomp Smell?

    Most interesting to me in light of Caylee Anthony case is why no strong odor of decomp like has been reported in Casey's car?


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    MT - Montana Mom Puts Child's Body in Trunk

    GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The body of a toddler found in the trunk of his mother's car may have been there for months as she drove around town, evaded questions about him and was even arrested, police said.


    The mother, Summer ManyWhiteHorses, was charged Monday with deliberate homicide. Authorities say the body of her 2-year-old son, James, was found Friday in the trunk of her car more than six weeks after it was towed to a wrecking yard when she was arrested.

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    How on earth could he go undetected for that long? Wouldn't the smell be horrid? The police officer didn't notice?? How?


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    I grew up in Georgia but now live in Montana. I live close to Great Falls, where this happened. The weather here in Montana is different. We have had a very cool, rainy Spring and Summer. Our humidity is significantly lower than in Florida. These are contributing factors. A lot of dead animals sort of mummify here and/or the bugs deal with it from the inside out. In Georgia, and probably the same in Florida, the gases from decomposition build up in the body quickly and you have bloating then the bodies explode. Not so much in Montana. Death isn't as stinky here.

    I have actually read about crimes and bodies found only 50 feet from busy sidewalks. I wish I could find the last one I read something like this about so I could post it. I think the last one I read was where the skeleton was found and all testing showed the homeless person had died only 50 feet away from a busy sidewalk.

    I think most of us if we catch a whiff of decomposition really don't look closely, we just assume it is an animal, not a person.


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    omg that poor child .. i hope the mother or lack there of rots in hell


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    Quote Originally Posted by January. View Post
    How on earth could he go undetected for that long? Wouldn't the smell be horrid? The police officer didn't notice?? How?
    The climate in Montana is much different than Florida. Even in late May, the temperature can be very cool. That might've delayed the decomposition and the odor. By the time odor set in, the car was in the wrecker yard. Everything in Montana is spread out, at least that's the way it seemed to me when I spent time there, so the wrecker yard might be large and the cars are relatively far apart. The odor wouldn't have been as obvious as it was in a crowded tow yard in a more highly populated and much warmer locale like Orlando.



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    I have a feeling that this case is going to be more complicated than first appearances may reveal. The child had autism. Autism is not a pathetic excuse for a parent to murder a child. This case does, however, deal with a Mother who had TWO children; at least one of which was high needs, and NO father in the picutre. Big sigh..... I always get frustrated with "fronts", and I have little patience for "the good old boys".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    When I read this story, the first thing I thought of was the theories about Caylee! This is so sad! Seems strange that this mom was able to continue driving her car around for so long with the babies body in it, and that the police didn't smell anything when they stopped her!

    http://my.att.net/s/editorial.dll?pn...ne+topnews&ck=
    I think this poor little baby had been dead for many months even before they arrested the mom and the car sat at the towing yard.

    Poor little babies......so many never stand a chance and the ones that seem to hurt and kill them are supposed to be the very ones that is supposed to love them the most.
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    Her aunt said: "Nobody expected this," Small said in an interview at the courthouse. "I know she gets violent, but never thought she would do this to her baby."

    That just doesn't sit well with me...

    That said, I think Summer ManyWhiteHorses is a very pretty name
    Just thinkin' out loud....



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