Found Deceased AL - Aniah Haley Blanchard, 19, Auburn, Lee County, 23 Oct 2019 #3 *Arrest*

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  1. insearchoflight

    insearchoflight Well-Known Member

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    I’m still able to see the Facebook post up

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  2. ce4au

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    If this is referring to an article from the Montgomery Advertiser (this is a reputable source) about her body being found...it is NOT CORRECT. From what I understand, it was published accidentally. Wasn’t live for very long before it got pulled but it was there for a min. They had written two articles - one for her body being found & one for her being found alive - to be “the first one” to break the news whatever happens. I mean I get it...but COME ON YALL. Be careful with the dang “big red button” called publish!!! Apologize if this has already been pointed out. I briefly scrolled thru & didn’t see it. This could very well be where that info came from.
     
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    I would appreciate if you would share with me (not in forum) where you are seeing the interesting stuff.
     
  4. Crimechick27

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    Maggie Wade is very reputable.
     
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    Crimechick27 Well-Known Member

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    I agree with your assessment
     
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    ce4au Well-Known Member

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    I’m not familiar but I’m sure she is!! The Montgomery Advertiser is basically the paper of record for Montgomery. I was just pointing out that if anyone saw that for the few minutes it was live, they wouldn’t have any question whether or not it was true bc of the paper that published it. However, it was published by mistake & immediately removed (also I would bet my paycheck someone prob lost their job or got their butt chewed) from what I understand.
     
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    Drc40 Cupcakes Home Town

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    I would like to remind everyone why the press exists. It’s to monitor the actions of government at all levels by informing citizens of its findings.

    There have been far too many articles and MSM reports about the lack of proper bonding/bail conditions for serious criminal offenses with elected officials using excuses about “over crowding” as the reason.

    These government officials range from the highest in the land to local LE and none are immune from scrutiny. IMHO local law enforcement erred by not releasing this guys photo sooner. Aniahs chances would have been greatly improved. DA’s making deals with the devil are also culpable. As are judges who set ridiculously low bonds and law makers allowing criminal codes to permit such malfeasance.

    I am beginning a letter writing campaign immediately. Enough is enough. A couple things I will note to my representatives:

    • No DA shall be allowed to make a deal with an accused for information leading to other criminals in different cases. Deals can only be made with accused for crimes involving the cases they are accused of.
    • No bond whatsoever for any accused of major felony crime including child porn, kidnapping, murder, attempted murder, rape or any violate crimes.
    • No bail for any previously convicted major criminal being accused of child porn, kidnapping, murder, attempted murder, rape or any violent crime.
    • No bail for habitual offenders. Let law makers figure out the threshold but anyone with a rap sheet like our current perp would be absolutely 100% ineligible.
    • No more 10% for bonds. All bonds must be paid in full or surety in the full amount. 10% is misleading the public and letting dangerous criminals back out. If the bond is 500K, put up 500K.
    • Any accused that is represented by a public defender is ineligible for bond. If they can not afford an attorney, they can not afford a bond.
    I’m sure I’ll think of some more points but I want these laws tightened up. Urge your lawmakers to ask their constituents because it’s MOO and overwhelming number of them would be in full agreement with a complete and comprehensive overhaul of our flawed criminal codes.

    Just do it!
     
  10. ce4au

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    I’ve attached some screenshots in case anyone wanted to see what I was talking about with the Montgomery Advertiser publishing the wrong article. One is what I found it thru Google & what the headline says then one when I click on it & what the article actually says with the “Editor’s Note.” Anyways...it’s here for anyone who was curious & didn’t see it.
     

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    The only thing wrong is that there is about 60 miles between the apartment and the Chevron. I doubt he would be walking to meet his partner in crime with that much distance. It would take about 2 hours to drive to the apartment and return to the scene and that's without stopping.
     
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    Rumors are rumors, but just take a look at page 1 of this thread and see how many people passionately declared the tales of the apprehension of IY were NOT true and nothing more than irresponsible rumors (paraphrasing). We learned real quick that he had, in fact, been captured.

    Thoughts to Aniah’s family tonight
     
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    The problem is "the press" has largely become the equivalent of a fast food drive-thru. It's all about how quickly a story can be written and posted, with a sensational headline to draw readers. Investigative reporters are few and far between. It's my pet peeve. How many PC's have we watched over the past year where we literally want to jump through the screen and yell at reporters to ask the right questions?! Rant over ...

    You are awesome, I hope you gain the attention of many politicians in your State. I suggest you also write your local government, I saw somewhere that a local city council member was talking about how concerned he/she was, that Yazeed was out on bond. Sorry I can't find the source where I read this.
     
  16. TJtennispro

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    You’re last two bulletin points would be a direct violation of our constitutional rights so unless you want the entire letter thrown out for being unconstitutional then I highly recommend not including those.


     
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    They were NOT true when they pertained to that Twitter/FB account claiming he was captured at a TownSuites in Alabama. He wasn't even actually captured at that point in the day.
     
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    It wasn’t false info by a guy hyping his podcast. i don’t even know who you’re talking about. I went to Auburn and my brother in law lives in Montgomery and was in Montgomery. A heavy police force was at that location in Montgomery last night for a reason. After that was posted it was released shortly after he was arrested. It seems some of y’all jumped the gun and wanted to call the news fake. Sometimes the people wanting info run off people with info.
     
  19. Shboogies

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    ...all of the news reports literally say and show he was captured in Pensacola, Florida....
     
  20. chi123

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    Huh? He was arrested in Florida. The single report from that random twitter user that he was arrested in Montgomery was incorrect
     
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