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Sgt Bird asked him to go to Regency Parkway about shoe located.
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Old 03-21-2011, 10:42 AM
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Walked 15 ft into the woods,
Noticed gray and black shoe , shoe was coming apart, determined to be a mans shoe.
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Old 03-21-2011, 10:46 AM
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Brad came to Java Jive, witness asked him a couple questions around 1:15.
Asked Brad to answer question w/ Det Daniels. Would meet at house, not police station.
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Was aware media was at home. Wouldn't go to police station as he had not been charged with anything .
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Ha, I don't blame him... he knew he was already in deep doo-doo.
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Jerald Eddy informed witness he smelled decomp. Witness went to search area but he and two detectives didn't find anything.
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Cameras <media> at Java Jive. Brad didn't refuse to answers questions, just wanted to go to house instead.
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Asked Brad to sit in front seat he was not in custody.
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BC didn't refuse to answer questions. He refused to ride in a police car to the station. Given the media attention, can you blame him for that?
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BC didn't refuse to answer questions. He refused to ride in a police car to the station. Given the media attention, can you blame him for that?
Yep. His WIFE was MISSING.
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BC didn't refuse to answer questions. He refused to ride in a police car to the station. Given the media attention, can you blame him for that?
At this point Nancy was still 'missing.' If I were the spouse and in a position to help in any way (including riding in the front seat of a police car) I wouldn't hesitate to do so. I certainly wouldn't be worried about how things looked to bystanders or the media. I would be focused on finding the spouse and other parent of my children. WHY WAS BRAD WORRIED about how things would look to anyone wrt riding in a police car?
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BC didn't refuse to answer questions. He refused to ride in a police car to the station. Given the media attention, can you blame him for that?
I can. His wife was missing. At that point there was no crime. My first thought if I witnessed him riding in the police car is that they found something and wanted him to go to the station to identify it. His reaction indicated that he knew before she was found that she had been killed.
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Hi all! My first post but I've been following along on here since the case happened.

To respond to the post about who would want to drive in a patrol car; if my husband had gone missing while out running, you can bet your bootie I'd be driving with the police car helping in the search. I wouldn't care what it looked like because I would be focused on finding my husband.
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WHY would it even enter his mind about being CHARGED with anything at that point?
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When Mark Klaas (father of Polly Klaas) was being investigated into the disappearance and death of his daughter, he did everything to help police. He went with them to the station, he offered to take a LDT, he hid nothing. He didn't care what it 'looked' like to bystanders...he wanted the police to find whoever did this crime and he understood he had to cooperate and get his name off the list of possible perps for police to focus elsewhere.
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Yes! I would have ridden with LE anywhere they wanted me to if my husband were missing.
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Welcome CaryCanuck! Do you (being from the land of Canadia) remove your shoes before entering your home? I understand this is the province of Canadians (per H Kurtz opening statements).
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I can. His wife was missing. At that point there was no crime. My first thought if I witnessed him riding in the police car is that they found something and wanted him to go to the station to identify it. His reaction indicated that he knew before she was found that she had been killed.
I hope I'm doing this 'quote' thing right. Exactly, if he didn't already know she was dead, why would he care how anything 'looked' to others. He is supposed to be operating on the idea 'nancy is alive and injured perhaps'. Not that 'someone killed my wife' IMO.
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Hi all! My first post but I've been following along on here since the case happened.

To respond to the post about who would want to drive in a patrol car; if my husband had gone missing while out running, you can bet your bootie I'd be driving with the police car helping in the search. I wouldn't care what it looked like because I would be focused on finding my husband.
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BC didn't refuse to answer questions. He refused to ride in a police car to the station. Given the media attention, can you blame him for that?
Surely you're not serious. If I were missing, I feel VERY confident my husband would have went with anybody anywhere in any vehicle to provide whatever assistance, answer any questions he could offer to help FIND me. Most people with a missing loved one really don't care too much what a camera or media person might be recording. If you're guilty of something, then maybe so. Another instance of Scott Peterson flares up here - didn't want the media cameras on him. Stayed low and out of sight - pulled that ball cap down over his guilty pointed head.

I think most people's perspective would be a husband with a missing wife is going with the police to give information that might just shed some light on where his wife might be.
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The quote, "Those with nothing to hide, hide nothing," comes to mind when I hear of BC refusing to do something that anyone else wouldn't likely hesitate to do.
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yep. His wife was missing.
he wasn't refusing to answer questions.
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I hope I'm doing this 'quote' thing right. Exactly, if he didn't already know she was dead, why would he care how anything 'looked' to others. He is supposed to be operating on the idea 'nancy is alive and injured perhaps'. Not that 'someone killed my wife' IMO.
Based on the state of their marriage I would think his first thought would be she's run off with some other guy, she's at a friends house hiding out, she has gone to some agency to try and find an out to get back to Canada, she's gone to some battered woman's shelter to try and establish a case against him so she would get more in a divorce.... Lots of stuff before I would go with, "obviously she's been randomly attacked and killed on a Saturday morning while out for a jog."
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