Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by GuyfromCanada, Oct 24, 2019.
OMG yes. So glad they didn't because that'd be a whole new discussion. You reap what you sow you ***.
He was complaining of chest pain
The only reason that old guy is alive is because they were driving erratically and police stopped them, For sure he was going to kill him. Imagine being out on bond for kidnapping and attempted murder and then allegedly doing it again, obviously thinks he is invincible. Holding out hope for Aniah, but it does not look too good.
As far as the outrage we all share about the fact that this dude has been charged so many times and never indicted, I agree with the poster upthread who talked about how easy it is for guys like this to get away by rolling on a "bigger fish". Someone also mentioned the judges as surely some of this weight is on them as well. But I would also add that we have a DA problem in this country. Someone mentioned charges not having enough accompanying evidence. How on earth do you have an elderly beating victim who survives without enough evidence? Not buying it. Not all are trying to keep them off the streets. It is a growing problem.
Agreed. And yes, he has been invincible every other time, too. He had confidence he would get away with it and he did. Someone is responsible for that and should be held accountable.
Also, I just want to say that he was a sight whining and crying while being transported. NO one cares, dude. No one.
While out on bond living here in my home town he drove a brand new Audi. So maybe the accomplice was using his car (Crown Vic) or IY was not in his own vehicle.
Lord I’m glad he’s caught.
did anyone catch what he was driving before he was caught? I saw the article mentioned they saw him driving.
He was claiming to have chest pain so they took him to the hospital first.
This case highlights so much goodness in the Blanchard family and so much evil in the POI as well as his associates. I hope and pray Aniah is alive and can heal from her experience and return to her family. I can’t stop thinking about her Mom and how horrible this situation has been for her.
Regarding the idea that auto text might change “Ebro” to “Eric” on a smart phone, I just tried this on my smartphone, and my phone kept “Ebro” and made no attempt to change the name to anything else. I think either the POI/one of his accomplices sent those texts or she was given a fake name and didn’t know it. Either way, I think “Eric” was always an alias name given to prevent attention from the real suspects.
1. You people have ridiculously high standards for the police lol so they're going to do facial recognition software immediately from a 420p gas station vid of a random guy? Possible but shouldnt be expected lol. It is more likely several other people committed the crime from her family, one of her new male friends, female friend, or her roommate or someone like that than some random guy in the store she saw for a second.
2. I know this may be weird to some but broke people still use prepaid phones lol.
I wondered that as well...
Walt Harris’s Daughter Aniah Blanchard: Latest Case Update | Heavy.com
"According to AL.com, the arrest came off the I-10 Pine Forest Road exit in Escambia County. There was a short foot pursuit, and tracking dogs were used to apprehend Yazeed, the newspaper reported. The mugshot released by the Escambia County jail showed Yazeed with a bruised, swollen eye. However, there was, so far, no sign of Aniah.
Florida mugshotIbraheem Yazeed
Buying time so that he can try to get people lined up like in the past.
It’s definitely standard procedure to take someone via ambulance to get checked out before booking if injuries occur during the arrest.
He had a co-conspirator in the crime he is out on bond for who was a female. She could have been handed the phone and responded. Your theory matches what LE said about whatever happened, occurred at the Chevron. Hoping Aniah is alive and being held somewhere.
It was interesting to me that so many agencies became involved in this so quickly. From my understanding, the US Marshalls become involved when they believe they're dealing with a fugitive, or possible fugitive, I may be wrong on that. I can download an app on my phone which allows me to match faces with photos, therefore, I don't feel it's far fetched notion that the FBI, Homeland Security, local police departments, US Marshalls, etc. have that capability, and IY is in the system. The last place Aniah was seen was in that gas station...that's the first place I'd go, and I'm not in Law Enforcement.
As for your second point, I'm not sure where you're going with that. Would you please elaborate on your point (may be too early for me to get it).
Thank you for sharing this!!
Poor people also don’t have $28,000 to post bond in 24 hrs.
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