Found Deceased AZ - Isabel Mercedes Celis, 6, Tucson, 20 April 2012 - #18

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  1. galiuro

    galiuro Member

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    The accident I am speaking of does not involve one of the parents being the cause but rather one of the boys. And the reason why the parents would go to such lengths for a coverup would involve keeping the boy or boys out of the judicial system in any way. They lost one child, they don't want to lose another...I am not saying that is what happened or even that it is likely, just that its a possibility.
     
  2. mck16

    mck16 New Member

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    Is 5602 the Celis house? If so, the description says it is two story. Or am I reading the wrong description? tia
     
  3. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    Sorry i have to disagree.
    PPL only see what the family lets them see.
    JMO
     
  4. time

    time New Member

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    I agree, a lot of people do not want anyone to know their partner/spouse is abusing them.

    I'm not saying SC is definitely not an abuser... just not really sensing that. My first thought is that he got into a tiff with the oldest son at some point or the other - maybe that is because my own brother started challenging my dad when he was a teen, my dad really really did not like it and did not want to react. I am perhaps also thinking this is the case because little Sergio sounded more manly than big one! But another clue is possibly because he took it upon himself to call 911, I thought that was notable and maybe he is a take charge kind of kid who thinks he's not only 14 going on 15, but able to be the man of the family or make more decisions on his own than he's ready for. SC also said something about maybe now they can have more rules and boundaries. I think it's entirely possible SC is separated from the boys because he got frustrated with some behavior and did try to influence the older one. But it could be he thinks he knows something or was angry at something that has been happening - like leaving at night, staying out too late, leaving doors unlocked, hanging around older boys or the wrong crowd, etc.
     
  5. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    that i can understand but if it was an accident why cover it up?
     
  6. Dum-Dum Sucker

    Dum-Dum Sucker Well-Known Member

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    *Typically we would say, I left for work at 7:00; or I got to work at 7:00.

    For me, I went to work leaves it fuzzy.

    *Typically we would say, I didn't even go in and check on her!

    To me, I didn't even come in and check on her, infers that BC was not in the house that night. I am not saying I suspect that this is the case.

    I am surprised that neither the 911 operators nor the reporters sought to clear up this fuzziness in BC's timeline.

    I realize that we all have our personal way of expressing ourselves, but - hey - in a matter as crucial as the *abduction* of a precious 6-year-old child, clear communication is crucial.
     
  7. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    With deep respect, I disagree with this list.
    1. We don't have to assume three dogs didn't bark. Many people have dogs that bark routinely, if someone passes by, if a cat creeps around, etc. Some people have incessant barkers. As a result, many people ignore or sleep through barking, which becomes routine to them.
    When I was a kid, I had two big dogs. One was a horrible barker. One night, they were outside and Timber was barking as usual. We kept telling her to shut up. After about two hours (I know, horrible), of incessant barking, my dad said, "You know, something sounds wrong. Something's different."
    He went outside and the patio was covered in blood. The other dog, Tara, had jumped onto a broken piece of glass that my stupid brother left on the side of the house. It had caused her to bleed out. We raced her to the pet hospital and she barely survived (a week in the hospital). Two hours, and my poor dog was barking, while we ignored it. She was trying to tell us something was wrong, and we ignored it. Why? Because she barked all the time.
    2. I agree with this. But, he could have been watching the house and figured it out, like other stranger-predators have (duncan, couey).
    3. Likely true because we have heard nothing about signs of a struggle. But several kids have been taken by strangers without putting up a fight (Danielle Van Dam, the Groene kids, Elizabeth Smart, Polly Klass, Jessica Lunsdford, etc). So I don't think we need to assume Isa didn't struggle, in order to find a stranger did this.
    4. Not necessarily. We don't know if they heard something. Just because they didn't go into her room or awaken their parents doesn't mean they didn't hear anything. They could have and then just gone back to sleep or whatever.
    5. Not necessarily. If Sergio had finally gone to his bedroom, then both parents could have been there when Isa was removed from the house. It's on the other side of the home. Also, it's not hard to move around a house without making a noise, even with a small kid in tow, especially if you threaten them. Besides, perhaps the parents did hear something but figured it was nothing and went back to sleep. Happens to me all the time.
    6. Not true. See number 1. Again, lots of people ignore their barking dogs. Barking dogs is the cause of many a neighborhood feud.
    7. Not necessarily. There could be a very valid reason. Like, they think he is responsible (I don't blame them after hearing his 911 call), and luckily, there is another, unrelated reason they were able to get CPS involved, to help pressure him. Parents with problems, even crummy parents, are sometimes victims too.
    8. Or he just doesn't give a darn about his kid. But, to me, this is the number one issue that points to his involvement. Coupled with the CPS involvement, it is a real problem. Nothing much else matters to me. It can all be logically explained.
    9. Nope. Why couldn't she have heard laborers of some kind, unrelated to the disappearance? Or maybe she was simply wrong about the time?
    10. No we don't. Guilty people fail polys or have inconclusive test results, quite a bit. You know polygraphs are not fool proof, which is why they are usually not allowed to be admitted into evidence. So, you know the parents don't have to have passed in order for this to be a stranger abduction.
    11. I don't know. We don't know what dogs exactly were in there.

    I hope you don't think I'm being rude. :please:I get your point but I'm a stickler for logic. And, why couldn't it be, not a stranger, but someone who knows them? Someone who has been in that house? I mean, for the parents to be innocent, it doesn't have to be a stranger who did it and a person who knows them would explain a lot.

    I guess stranger or not, a stronger argument for me would be that in order for this to not have been the parents, we must overlook several coincidences, rather than make assumptions:

    1. LE has not warned the public about a predator on the loose.
    2. Neither the family or LE will release the parents' poly results.
    3. The mother stated, in her 911 call, that the gates were locked.
    4. Apparently, there was not enough disturbance from dogs, Isa or the intruder, to alert Sergio, Becky, or either son, that something was happening.
    5. The family was very reluctant to get before the media and beg for help. When they finally, did, many felt Sergio was "off".
    6. Sergio's 911 call was bizarre, to say the least, as if he was calling about a loud party down the street.
    7. Statistically, most disappearances of children involve a family member.
    8. Isabel has not been found. Strangers who abduct and kill kids often tend not to hide them that well.
    9. CPS is involved and Sergio suddenly cannot have any contact with his children.
    10. No evidence has been released to indicate an intruder broke into the house, other than the parents' statements about the screen and open window.
    11. LE is clearly, seriously focused on the family.
    12. A dog "hit" on something in that house and the focus has never really shifted from the family.
    13. The family hasn't been cleared.

    I am leaning hard toward Sergio at this point after initially having a strong feeling that the parents were not involved. The 911 call really did it for me, coupled with CPS involvement.

    I actually, really think that the number one thing that focused this investigation, besides statistics and possibly no legitimate signs of entry, was that 911 call. I really believe LE heard that and went, "Bam! There's our man." I just hope that's not a mistake.
     
  8. Prof

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    The address you have is correct. The description you are reading is wrong.
    There is some wrong info both at the county and other places. The 2 story is actually across the street on 12th.
     
  9. prima.facie

    prima.facie Long Time Member

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    well...IF it was an accident, it would depend on the type of accident and would it cause a risk of them losing their other kids?

    today....many days later...i still feel everything is on the table....including that...


    the accident theory is one i apply to baby lisa case....which mom & dad are back in the limelight today :floorlaugh: << which is so ridiculous
    in fact, watching them on America Live/Fox w/ MKelly right now and if my TV wasnt so nice, id be throwing things at it :floorlaugh: :vomit:
     
  10. winterrose

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  11. Patty G

    Patty G Retired WS Staff

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    The information on the website link posted is the wrong information. The description of the size of the house, is the house directly across the street from the Celis home on 12th Street.

    The county records also have it wrong.
     
  12. Dum-Dum Sucker

    Dum-Dum Sucker Well-Known Member

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    Scott Peterson did not have a history of violence either.
     
  13. Patty G

    Patty G Retired WS Staff

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    This is a bit closer with regards to size and rooms for both homes that appear to be identical. I am not saying this is fact, but a lot closer in size and rooms.

    I accessed this information by going to http://www.realtor.com and then put in both addresses.

    5601 E. Cooper Street
    3 Bedrooms
    3 Bathrooms
    Size:2,288 Sq Ft
    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/5601-E-Cooper-St_Tucson_AZ_85711_M25171-10893

    5602 E. 12th Street (Celis' Home)
    4 Bedrooms
    3 Bathroom
    Size: 2,350 Sq. Ft
    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/5602-E-12th-St_Tucson_AZ_85711_M21045-52912
     
  14. laniefi

    laniefi Inactive

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    My DH does this with the english language ALL the time. It's not that he isn't educated - he has an MBA. It is just the way he words things. It's hard not to read more into these statements because after all it is what we have to work with right now.
     
  15. Patty G

    Patty G Retired WS Staff

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    I wish I was a local so I could go to the county and look at the records and at least tell them they have it all wrong on their website.
     
  16. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    peeps: we can link to social media but we cannot copy and paste comments. Thanks so much.
     
  17. AnaTeresa

    AnaTeresa Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, look at the Lisa Irwin case and Deborah Bradley's "friends."
     
  18. time

    time New Member

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    So, can we talk in general about what was posted?
     
  19. kseal07

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    Is there a link? I cant seem to find what you're talking aabout.
     
  20. WhatsupAZ

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    Grrrr I cannot navigate that page on my phone... Anything you can share? Tia!
     
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