Try this BUT when the page loads click on ORANGE PARK FL on the left hand side.....watch closely cuz the image of the girls will likely only flash for a second then it flips you to 1980 Plainfield Ave...http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&so...9&z=16&iwloc=A
Hope it works....
Last edited by tarabull; 10-25-2009 at 10:59 PM.
I think if it was an accident, LE would state that and not have all of this secrecy. If the burned house is the crime scene, then wouldn't it make sense that she was killed there? And if that is true, did the construction crew work there until Somer's body was found? If it is where she was killed, that house is really , really important . Isn't it a rental? Then who rented there and maybe they had an SO friend that came to visit? I just don't think that house was chosen randomly. Someone has to know the house, know the layout, know that it was available, etc.
Yes, we don't have an interview with Kyle, its just a reporter - Ryan something - saying Kyle called the station and said he was the last person to see Somer and she said they did a good job on the house.
Maybe I'm too cynical, but it reminds me of John Mark Karr. OR, someone calling the news station saying they are the RSO Kyle? I just don't see a RSO voluntarily calling a news station and admitting he was the last person with a murdered child. That's like wearing an "I molest children" t-shirt.
This is the video I think the Media/LE did the edit because Dieana was giving out information, which they did not want disclosed. She starts with talking about going with LE to the OPAA parking lot.Mother talks about grief, anger, and determination.
When reporter ask her of anything strange or different she starts talking about the day she flagged down the officer, and she knew this was not like Somer going to someone's house. The video goes black and no audio when she starts talking about her and the officer going to the OPAA Parking lot. grrrrr... What is OPAA... anyone know? Also, at least for me the video blacks out and silent again toward the end.
Did LE and Media decide this was too much info or is this just my computer failing to play all of this?
Thank you everyone for such a warm welcome.
In listening to the video again, the reporter states that he just spoke with Kyle and "he states" he is the last know person......
That just kind of gives me the creeps!
The media reports I read indicated that the garbage trucks are compactor-type so facial recognition would have been extremely unreliable, not to mention traumatic for whoever did so.
Confirmation through dental records makes much more sense.
According to the reporter, Kyle did say he was the last person to see Somer alive. If he did say that, I'm sure LE has talked intensely with him.
Please think long and hard before calling a child a 'run-a-way':
You might be giving a 'perk' to the 'perp'.
Democracy requires the occasional necessity of deferring to the opinions of other people. (Winston Churchill)
Maybe Kyle is saying he is the last known person to have seen Somer because LE said that to him ...
So hard to gauge how much attention to pay to this guy without seeing him on video. At least for me it is.
Another question I have in regards to the "worker(s)" at this house. Does anyone know if the water is turned on at this residence, or do the worker(s) use the facilities across the street at the public restroom? This also brings up a red flag to me, for some reason.
They sorted through more than 200,000 tons of garbage before their worst fears were realized: Sticking out of the rubbish were a child's lifeless legs.
How could LE tell Kyle that he was the last person to see Somer? They have no idea of who the last person was! This whole Kyle thing is really, really weird especially because of the "good job" comment which puts the whole thing right at what is probably the crime scene.
Another day gone and no arrest yet ~ so more prayers tonight that tomorrow will be the day.
Good night, all!
Rest in Peace
Joey, Summer, Gianni & Joseph Mateo
At a fundraiser Sunday for Somer's family, children played in a bounce house as adults watched carefully. They vowed to find the girl's killer and raised about $18,500 so her mother doesn't have to go back to work immediately.
WOW. I cannot believe they raised $18,000+ for Somer's mom. Amazing what people have done for her.