- Jul 31, 2008
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The DD warrant was not requested until 12/6. They satisfied the judge on probable cause and she approved it the same day and DD responded the following day with the requested information. Either something new came up in early December that made them look closer at DD or - more likely, they had ruled out typical suspects like friends and family, and they were down to unlikely but possible suspects.But again I ask, why didn't Amazon get a warrant? Why didn't UPS drivers/FedEx drivers? Who was their mailman? IMO, it doesn't make sense to isolate DD with the above explanation. Are we thinking they never got Instacart? They didn't take the Uber-like service provided by the University back in January, February, March, etc? Why no warrants there? One thing is not like the others. There was something special about DD drivers beyond the one who delivered food that night. I'm just curious as to what that is.
Based on the information being requested (car driven, ID of driver, as well as any communication between the driver and person ordering) it appears to me that they were investigating whether DD deliveries had, over time, created a situation that eventually ended with the murders. MOOooo