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    http://www.theitem.com/article/20090...9980/-1/ITNEWS

    This article was in "The Item" newspaper 8/2/09 and talks about the missing couple.


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    I think she resembles this young lady

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...e_cynthia.html

    if you look closely she also has those moles on her face near her mouth...
    problem is they are a bit lower but look similar...
    I also did not check stats on her to compare just wanted to piost now for similarities...
    anybody have a pic of him too that is real not sketch?

    I would like to see it also...




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    Quote Originally Posted by mayfairlight View Post
    I think it establishes what the murder weapon was
    But that's just my opinion.
    What do you mean too many bullet holes?
    I so hope these kids will be identified.
    The shooter/ killer may be dead, but who would he have spoken to?
    Just to know why he/ she killed them.
    It's so sad...

    I just noticed this post, and although the poster has been banned, I thought I'd go ahead and respond to her post anyway.

    We can't establish a murder weapon for this case since both a .38 and a .357 have been described as the murder weapon, with no corrections by anyone in LE in Sumter County. The gun started out as a .38 and simply morfed into a .357 in articles in "The Item."

    The reason I say too many bullet holes, is that the bullet holes have moved around on the victim's bodies. "The Item" has published various articles with different shot placements, so there's really no telling what the truth is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by websurfer View Post
    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...e_cynthia.html

    if you look closely she also has those moles on her face near her mouth...
    problem is they are a bit lower but look similar...
    I also did not check stats on her to compare just wanted to piost now for similarities...
    anybody have a pic of him too that is real not sketch?

    I would like to see it also...
    Websurfer, there's a thread on this couple labeled crime photos or something close to that.

    As for Cynthia Leslie's photo, I think those are just spots on that first photo. I see nothing in the second photo that looks like moles, and in the description of her, a mole near her armpit is mentioned, and no others. I feel sure if she had moles on her face those would've been listed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by justthinkin View Post
    We can't establish a murder weapon for this case since both a .38 and a .357 have been described as the murder weapon, with no corrections by anyone in LE in Sumter County. The gun started out as a .38 and simply morfed into a .357 in articles in "The Item."
    Actually, saying the gun was both a .357 and .38 is not inconsistent. A .357 handgun can also fire .38 caliber rounds.


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    Those are creepy comments after this article.

    by iceni69

    http://www.wltx.com/news/story.aspx?storyid=50572


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    [quote=mayfairlight;3264122]Here are some more...
    This I found interesting
    "Deputies said the mother and stepfather had disagreed on whether the girl is their daughter. Family friends also disagreed on the identification..."
    What made the police agree it wasn't the girl in question? I searched for missing Brunswick girls, found none...
    http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/531...enceuu3.th.jpg

    Their funeral. It looks nicer than I thought it was, flowers... several people there... (I thought a wooden coffin, one or two police, nothing else... was certainly important for the locals in the day)I wonder if the person who did this to them was there too? Certainly enough people to hide amongst. Who was there and took pictures? The guy's dental work mentioned again...
    http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/7...577asf7.th.jpg

    Original sketches, published in several local papers
    http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/9...enceht5.th.jpg




    edit: this one is the earliest I could find, from Aug 10
    http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/243...76zzlr1.th.jpg [quote]

    Is there any way someone could enlarge these pics so I can read the articles? They're so small I can't read them.
    Last edited by Bobby88; 11-28-2010 at 06:45 PM. Reason: Incorrect quote


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    http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...d+bodies&hl=en

    Here's an article I happened upon from the day the murder actually took place!


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    Quote Originally Posted by RubyRed View Post
    Those are creepy comments after this article.

    by iceni69

    http://www.wltx.com/news/story.aspx?storyid=50572
    What did the comments say?


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    I ran across this today. Has anyone seen this info before? http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...g=1367,7773272


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    Agreed

    I agree with those statements. I also think he put the bodies there at night and only placed them beside the road, as opposed to in the bushes, because he was afraid to venture into the bushes in the darkness.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mysterylover View Post
    Guys, Look closely at the dirt road in the pictures.

    It definitely looks like a one-lane, narrow sandy dirt road with grass growing in the center.

    This road was certainly NOT traveled often, by many cars, from the looks of the grass and the dirt....

    This young couple would NOT have been on this deserted road at night...plus their feet/shoes was way too clean.

    Who ever 'placed' these kids beside this road, knew the area and the dirt road in my opinion..


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    The Item just ran a story on the McMinn theory, haven't obtained the full version yet: http://www.theitem.com/news/local_ne...tml?mode=image


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    Sure does look like a good match. My only reservation is that Jock was 6'1" and Jane 5'5" and in the photo I saw of Michael and Cordelia, there didn't seem to be a 7" height difference. Maybe the camera angle? IDK

    Last edited by Angie4b1g; 08-14-2012 at 11:47 AM. Reason: added picture I referenced
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angie4b1g View Post
    Sure does look like a good match. My only reservation is that Jock was 6'1" and Jane 5'5" and in the photo I saw of Michael and Cordelia, there didn't seem to be a 7" height difference. Maybe the camera angle? IDK

    She looks like Cordelia but I don't think he looks like Michael at all. The nose is completely wrong.
    Opinions expressed are strictly my own (who else would they belong to???)


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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuff View Post
    She looks like Cordelia but I don't think he looks like Michael at all. The nose is completely wrong.
    I don't see the resemblance with either one. Carbuff you're straight on with the nose thing, plus the UID male was quite a bit thinner... the chin also looks different, as well as the shape of the jaw.


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