Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by GuyfromCanada, Oct 24, 2019.
Here’s the false info and the crappy podcast.
He was arrested last night at 12:30am eastern time or 11:30pm so ironically right when I posted.
I’ve given out enough information already. I apologize that some can’t grasp that I’m talking about something different. Have you ever thought that the heavy police force in Montgomery being mentioned was due to people being leaned on for disclosing information? He was arrested when it was reported by multiple people Thursday around midnight. It didn’t happen at 5am. The 5am reports was old news. Y’all did hear others might be arrested correct?
I reported when I knew he was caught i
I’m not privilege to every detail of an active investigation. Believe what you want.
I need some background. This isn’t a case I’m following.
Presumably your post is saying that your previous info was incorrect. That while Yazeed was captured in Florida and then extradited, another person related to the crime was arrested at the Town Suites. And that we have not yet heard about that 2nd person for unknown reasons.
Do you think this 2nd person is being protected?
I had that exact same thought.
They were very careful with him in court and got him a very good attorney even when he said he didn't want one. He's a savvy perp, trying to work the system but they made sure he got a fair extradition hearing.
I live in the Pensacola Beach area now, and it makes my skin crawl to think of him roaming around down here. So glad they caught him.
so he stole it
That's not an insignificant amount for a bond. I wonder if the judge thought he wouldn't be able to come up with the cash he needed to bond out.
What happens in cases like these is that laws are changed and the result is often an over-correction with unintended consequences. Remember the "3-Strikes" law and how much damage it has done?
There does need to be some kind of serious action on this issue, but the changes need to be made with careful thought and due diligence.
And I'd hate to see this become politicized.
The public defender was just there to make sure the extradition hearing was fair. He wasn't scared.....he was repulsed, but still had to do his job. He was called in on short notice, and will probably never see Yazeed again. He wasn't invested in the case at all, and probably wished he hadn't answered that phone call.
Its possible that they did report it immediately. The police may have received a call from somebody saying that they had just seen a man force a girl into a car against her will moments after the incident had taken place. The police could have had no idea who either the man or the girl was at that time and only after aniahs family called them to state she was missing the following morning would they put 2 and 2 together.
The witness may also just be his accomplice looking for a deal or even some low life looking for that 100k reward money who didn't really see a thing.
I think it’s more likely the 2nd scenario. AB was reported missing the following morning so if someone had immediately called, LE would have figured out pretty quickly it was AB being abducted at the Chevron. Instead it was her parents who alerted authorities that she had last been at the Chevron because of the purchase she made. JMO but I don’t believe an eye witness came into play until after the POI’s pic was released. Had someone reported an eye witness abduction earlier on, LE most definitely would have released his pic much earlier, as in soon after her car was found with a significant amount of blood. JMHO
ETA:I think LE did know POI was in the store early on but for whatever reason they thought he left in the silver car. Someone much later led them to believe he actually did not. Moo
Could be as simple as the silver car was seen driving away, no-one else had gone in the shop with Yazeed, so it was assumed that it was him driving away. Especially if there was only one person in the silver vehicle.
If the silver car's windows are tinted - as vehicle windows in sunny, hot areas usually are - it is probable that no-one could positively tell who was driving the silver car. imo
It may have taken many hours of trolling through multiple CCTV to find out where the silver car went, and it possibly wasn't where Yazeed (and his phone pings) went.
What damage has the 3 strikes law caused? You do the crime,you pay for the crime. Please tell me what the problem with that law is. I am dumbfounded by your statement.
According to the U.S. Marshals, when they found Yazeed he didn’t comply with verbal commands.
“The Task Force members then had to physically remove him from his hiding spot,” said Inspector Dominic Guadagnoli.
Suspect in Aniah Blanchard disappearance to be brought to Alabama
I agree they may not have known,but it still should have been looked into. I don't think it was reported right away. This person could have saved her life,but for some reason choose not to.
No it does not state that. And the reason I believe no aid was rendered is because the witness was involved in the abduction. Look it is not a coincidence that two weeks after the abduction and within 24 hours there is an eyewitness, a suspect identified, and that suspect arrested in Florida based off a tip. All of those events occurred That rapidly because law enforcement has the other party involved. It is my belief The plan for the abduction was for profit and I Y crossed the line. So whoever was with him and a part of that abduction turned him over. All JMO
Unless it happened in a blind spot at the chevron (I keep imagining her car parked at a pump which there would be no blind spots but nobody said she got fuel so that makes it all the more likely of a blind spot possible)
Oop I think you're probably 100% right.