I've gone back and forth on whether or not Devonte was in the vehicle. I guess there's nothing concrete pointing to the fact that he wasn't, and since he hasn't turned up since, I really have to think he isn't alive. I just can't see a reason for anyone to keep him "hidden", although I know some people here have pointed out that he could have been left with "off the grid" types, who may not like LE, "authority", "establishment", etc. (Although the "mothers" sure didn't mind making use of LE with the very public Devonte photos.) Now, though, I'm sort of on the "Devonte wasn't in the vehicle" wagon. It's such a coincidence that nothing was found -not an item of clothing that was thought to have belonged to him, not a foot, such as Hannah's, nothing. Also, I think Devonte was a very singular member of this "family": He was always the focus, in such a way as he almost seemed like a family pet -the family mascot. Per Jennifer's own admission, she'd never felt connected to anyone the way she had to Devonte. That's incredibly strong language, considered her relationship with Sarah. I think she would have felt utterly betrayed and devastated if she realized that he was at the neighbors talking about the family, revealing problems. It would have been the ultimate betrayal, to me. A very little other piece of information also sort of points me to this: The fact of the planning, and the cohesion within the group. It wasn't just Jennifer's plan. Sarah went in to buy Benedryl. These things were thought out and researched. That just gives a little more indication to me that carrying out a separate plan for Devonte is a little more likely. Just some thoughts.