Just catching up from yesterday.. but this is exactly the difference it makes, as to who had responsibility for WT's custody/care when he disappeared. This case has been handled so very differently than other cases, because of this foster-care issue.. and in my humble opinion, that has had to have really hurt the case. There has been so much confusion, misinformation, etc. We all know how it usually goes for families who have the terrible misfortune of having a child disappear or even die under unusual circumstances, and although it is cruel that the families normally undergo scrutiny from the public, which is assisted by the media, that is sometimes what helps cases become solved. Sometimes a little something that is said or published may spark a memory in someone who perhaps saw something, which at the time may have seemed insignificant, which could have turned out to be a very important tiny piece of a puzzle, which could help police put a case together. With the hidden identities and secretiveness in this case, all of that, which is 'normal' in every other case, was not able to happen. Some may feel that is a good thing, since why should the already-suffering families be scrutinized like that. This is not a discussion about what is right and wrong in that regard.. just saying that this case has been handled so very differently from any other case, just because of the custody/care issue, and why? If a bio family must endure all the details being spilled in the media, then why should a foster-family receive special treatment? I sincerely hope that this issue has not been a factor in this case remaining unsolved for so long. Even more, I hope that it is not now too late to follow up on, or even receive, tips from those who may have inadvertently seen something, or may have possibly known something, but never knew the link.