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    CO CO - Roger Ellison, 17, Cedaredge, 10 Feb 1981 #2

    What would be the motivation for dying man to say such a thing?
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    CO CO - Roger Ellison, 17, Cedaredge, 10 Feb 1981 #2

    I recall the story about a man on his deathbed telling authorities he had seen Roger in the woods with a man pointing a gun at him. The dying man's description of the perp fit the description of a now deceased potential suspect. There are some cases for which we will sadly never get the...
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    This is a "hail Mary" pass here -- but -- at one point a MySpace page was discovered that contained writings that had all the appearances of possibly being connected to Josh's disappearance. It's been a long time, but I think I may have passed this onto someone involved with investigating the...
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    Thank you so much for letting us know!! It's been far too long since Joshua went missing -- almost 20 years now. Someone knows something.
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    Exactly and what are their reasons for failing to perform any of the above actions? One theory is that certain folks hope enough time passes that people will just give up. Well they didn't give up on Jacob, in spite of being misled and misinformed. So much hurt and pain in that case; same...
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    Since Stearns County has nothing to hide, hand 'em over. They apparently "can't" solve the case after 19 years, so let someone else who wants to solve the case do it. Josh's Dad and the rest of the family deserve answers after being given zero cooperation on the part of St. John's, in addition...
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    After reading the description of the woods in the vicinity of the campus, it does have me wondering if he isn't there somewhere. Heartbreaking.
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    Hello Jessefli and welcome!! Responding to your thoughts about the possibility of others being involved in Josh's disappearance -- my feeling -- yes -- I think they may be (bad) people who knew some of the monks and may have possibly acted on one of these monk's behalf.
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    It's nice to see some new attention paid to Josh's case. Just curious -- if you could change how this investigation was handled, what would you have done differently? How well was it handled, in your opinion? Anyone know if the local community ever talk about Josh's disappearance or is what...
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    Wondering if anyone has continued doing searches in those woods? It's like finding a needle in a haystack. I know that dogs can't always pick up scents -- even when a body is nearby. If no one goes into those woods except people who are up to no good, we're never going to get the answers...
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    CA CA - Michael Negrete, 18, Los Angeles, 10 Dec 1999

    I know -- and it's frustrating. They also have a listing for Joshua Guimond, who has been missing from the campus of St. John's University for 20 years. It's painful to see.
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    Still Missing VA - Bethany Decker, 21, Ashburn, 29 Jan 2011

    I am interested in learning what evidence they have to convict this monster. I am assuming it's enough to keep him in prison for a very long time.
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    Today marks 18 years since Joshua disappeared from the campus of St. John's University. He had such big plans for his future, and I have no doubt he would have achieved them all. His family was so proud of him. It is sad that his grandfather passed away before he was able to find the answers...
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    Dan Rassier Lawsuit Against SCSO

    Along with many others I watched as Stearn's repeatedly botched investigations, which in many cases had horrible impacts on people. Thank God the real perp in this case was caught! And he was only caught because other people who cared got involved. Thank you, Trackergd for all that you did to...
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    I still wonder who it was that called Grandpa Bob and asked him how much money it would take for him to stop looking into things...
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    Thank you, DarkJodo. It's very discouraging. It's good to see Josh's case is still being discussed. But I feel many answers are either so deeply hidden or gone from our reach. The podcasts and other forms of publicity are good, but why does it seem Josh's case seems to stay in the...
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    FL FL - Port St Joe, 2 Children 96UMFL & 66UFFL, bound & gagged in photo, Jun'89

    I believe similar photos were mailed to the Belen police department on one of the "anniversaries" of Tara's disappearance, as well as to a local church. Does anyone else recall this?
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    NY NY - Colin Gillis, 18, Tupper Lake, 11 March 2012

    I know money is tight for many people, but an independent investigator with experience in how police investigations are handled, or, mishandled as it were, might be the most expeditious way to go at present. All the information seems to be at the fingertips of those who have the authority to...
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    NY NY - Colin Gillis, 18, Tupper Lake, 11 March 2012

    Yes, outside investigators are needed to take a fresh look at Colin's disappearance; individuals with no possible conflict of interest and a willingness to go *wherever* the evidence leads. Like all too many similar cases, this should have been solved long ago. How tragic for Colin's family...
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    MN MN - Joshua Guimond, 20, Collegeville, 9 Nov 2002 - #2

    One thing that still haunts me is the phone call Josh's late grandpa received in which an anonymous caller asked him how much money it would take for him to stop looking into Josh's case.
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