He did not kill the other girl. He kidnapped her and sexually assaulted her before dropping her off at her own car.
I live in the city and its bizarre how this story seemed to have came and went.
Still nothing on this one?
There has to be something going on behind the scenes.
They couldn't possibly be this silent about a homicide of a...
That "confirmation" was the quote "at every crime scene..." and it is hardly enough to conclude that they have DNA of an assailant.
When he says...
Aggravated kidnapping usually simply means involuntary movement of a person with the intention of committing a felony.
New DNA techniques are developed semi regularly. At the moment, the may not be able to extract DNA or develop a profile. However, in a few years,...
>at least 39 posters disagreed
39 different people saw three different things on one head. That in and of itself highlights the uncertainty the...
1) We have no idea if law enforcement actually has DNA;
2) You'll notice most solves by familial or ancestral DNA are cold cases;
An eye witness that gave details used the sketch.
I'm not sure how you're confused. That video, or stills produced from that video, doesn't show anything. You cant tell how covered he is or isnt,...
"The video doesnt show anything, much less his hair."
No, you see just as little.
You mean the still-frame.
The video doesn't show you anything clearly - much less his hair.
How do you know how covered he was?
Lol a witness would most likely see color.
They're commonly brought in to investigate internal matters. Such as, financial records of a company where someone is believed to be embezzling,...
Suggesting law enforcement involve a "special investigator" has nothing to do with "trying to figure out why people do crazy s!*t."
You watch too much TV.