Discussion in 'Daily Media Links-Gabriel Johnson' started by Angel Who Cares, Mar 4, 2010.
2010.03.04 - Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***
Strange Clues in Baby Gabriel Case - I believe this is from 10 p.m. news in AZ last night.
Chief: Baby Gabriel Search Ongoing
San Antonio Police Chief William McManus Assures Public He Won't Give Up
POSTED: 6:57 am MST March 4, 2010
UPDATED: 7:01 am MST March 4, 2010
"We have not, for a minute, pulled any resources from this investigation," said McManus.
McManus is well aware of how the nation has gravitated to the search for baby Gabriel.
He admitted he's fixated on it too, both as a father and as an officer of the law. "Some people say the longer you are in law enforcement, the more callous you become and the less these cases affect you," McManus said. "I'm here to tell you, I've been in this business for 35 years and the more I'm in it, the more it affects me."
That's why it was important for him to stress that his department has not wavered in its dedication to the case.
"The San Antonio Police Department considers this case a high priority," he said. "We have not pulled any resources from it and we still hope that we will find baby Gabriel alive. We will pursue this case until, you know, it comes to a conclusion one way or another."
Unfortunately, that dedication has not led to tangible results.
Video: Police: Baby Gabriel Case Is High Priority 2:57
Two weeks into the hand-search of a landfill police have found no sign of missing baby Gabriel.
Video: New Clues In Missing Baby Gabriel Case 2:10
Strange Clues Uncovered In Baby Gabriel Case
More evidence has surfaced about how Elizabeth Johnson was allegedly troubled and away from her vulnerable child.
March 3/4 - may have been from last night.
Interview with DeLeon from the EZ Wash laundromat.
Police: Intensity has not declined in Gabriel search
Posted on March 4, 2010 at 7:25 PM
Updated today at 7:31 PM
“We are pushing forward with this case as fervently as when we started. We have not pulled back one bit.” said McManus.
Police have searched through 1200 tons of landfill garbage and have 3000 tons left to search, but just because nothing has been found does not mean they have given up according to the chief who says they hope to find Gabriel alive, but will pursue the case until a conclusion is reached.
"Some people say the longer you are in law enforcement, the more callous you become and the less these cases affect you, I'm here to tell you I've been in this business for 35 years and the more I'm in it, the more it affects me."
Video: Police: Intensity has not declined in Gabriel search 1:28
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