Discussion in 'The Unidentified' started by Kimster, Jan 29, 2012.
Can forensics help determine how long ago the child died?
what if, Just a long shot here and JMO could this possibly be Sharon Marshalls son.... Again just thinking out loud...
I first ran a search on how long it takes for skin to decompose and it could take years if buried I then ran a search for hair decomposition and it said 50 - 365 days depending on weather with no mention of being buried.
A NamUs UP casefile has been created for this case:
It indicates that the UID is a black child of unknown gender between 5 and 10 years old.
Probable year of death 2011 to 2012
That cancels out Shy, the little girl I posted about way up the thread.
What about Jahessye Shockley? She is/was 5, and last seen in Oct 2011. Pretty far away and not sure the time frame is right but they believe she is deceased. She doesn't have a NamUs profile to link to, but she has multiple threads on here...
There is a landfill search going on today for Jahessye.
I just don't want to imagine that there is some like child out there that NO one reported missing Is it possible that this was a lil victim of a tornado? I mean what happens when people are missing from those? Do they get entered into a database also? What if it was just child and 1 other parent and the parent perished and no other family to report him/her missing also?
good post, so many natural disasters also.
PLUS, maybe someone in the family did the crime and never reported
a child missing..........probably happens more than we think.
Adji Desir? I don't know.
Adji made it onto AMW-I would think FBI would be able to rule the remains in or out pretty quickly.
This article says the child was around 10 years old...
How can they be certain it wasn't an accident - bullet or knife wounds? Who are you poor baby? Who wanted you dead?
I initially thought the same thing. Before we knew these remains are those of a black child.
Oh, how I would love for Michael to be found. raying:
NamUs states 5-10. We see so many MSM errors I'd go with NamUs over MSM anytime.
I just checked the NamUs thread CarlK linked upthread and dentals are not yet listed at NamUs. We learned from the possible match for Anna Waters case, dentals can be very important determining the possible age of child UID's. There are teeth a 10 year old would have that a 5 yr old would not be close to having.
Dentals, imo, could further narrow the possible age range of 5-10. If the ME takes the time to be more accurate on listing the available dentals.
What about Patrick Alford? I mean lets say he was abducted by a __________ and they ended up down south, after awhile the abductor got tired of him, then he killed him?
Good possibility. Patrick is also part hispanic. I don't know if the ME has determined or stated if these remains may also have hispanic qualities. (Not sure how they determine that, but they can.)
I wouldn't rule out based on distance between the location found and where an MP disappeared. Recently we saw a case id'd where the UID was found in CA and the MP was from PA. So, it does happen.
The child could have gone missing a number of years ago at a younger age and was kept alive by the abductor. A 3 year old who vanished in 2006 can't be ruled out.
Read more here: http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/2012/02/09/1926367/opelika-police-fbi-police-will.html#storylink=cpy