Welcome to the thread, good points and perspectives 1) IMO David knew the name, her location and profile picture. He got this on the day Daniel went missing from phone calls with his daughter, Davisha. 2) from the beginning, by the way he was acting, I assumed he actually did. My wife is convinced this is locker room bragging to the friend. K does not say in the report. One MSM article that was summarizing the report (IIRC Daily Mail?) indicated that she said "nothing happened". I am unable to actually find that comment in the BPD report. 3) Mr. Robinson and his PI would have to determine that via his personal computer and gaming accounts. I know his sister had access to his social media but have never heard about gaming. 4) I would normally agree (and at one point was all on board with head injury) except the more I think about the scene, the damage, etc. This 3/4 roll over was fairly slow and the slopes of the ravine, wheel turning, and general momentum carried the car over to the left...not violent speed. The impact into the slope was measured at 30 mph. Landry is interesting...is it like a new Tik Tok challenge thing among young men? To you last point, to summarize my previous comments... IMO Mr. Robinson has had legal advice from early July. (he let slip "an attorney acquaintance put me in touch with PI McGrath" for example. Unfortunately I can not re-find the source). I also base this on the general way in which everything is tightly controlled, no one is really allowed to get information from "the team" or family which would actually help us in locating DANIEL. The media narrative being pushed (and in varying degree by outlet, i.e. target audience) by Mr. Robinson (and echoed by his PI) is IMO 2 fold. On one level I originally thought he is ill-equipped psychologically to accept his son would do himself or his vehicle harm or flee his family. Thus criminal involvement has to be the cause. But after 3 months you would think the evidence he knows is overwhelming that "foul play" is the least of the possibilities. And recovery in the desert is still Mr. Robinson's focus. ( I assume he think there will be some forensic evidence of him being attacked). As by-product (whether intentional or not) 'criminal involvement' / "BPD didn't do enough" has kept the public interest and emotions high. The "go fund me" increased by 100k after national media accounts. And a good attorney will always keep the long game in mind..."a psychic break, rash decisions in the desert leads to young man's death" doesn't pay the bills. "Buckeye was negligent in the searching for an endangered young man" does.