Look what the lovely NYP did to catch some readers attention. http://nypost.com/2016/12/01/abducted-jogger-was-nearly-killed-by-driver-who-saved-her/
I'm sensing a trend here. BTW the "driver" is not happy about the article.
I am not aware of any money being paid to KP (or requested by KP) for any reason relating to any of the interviews that were done. Prior to SP's release, every interview he did was solely to get increased exposure/publicity for his missing wife with the hope that would help keep her alive. I've been told that he chose ABC for the post release interview because he felt their reporters had treated Sherri's abduction story fairly and interviewed KP respectfully while she was missing.
Lots of interesting CG details here, from the Ventura County Star:
I am having a hard time believing that CG was not involved in this saga before 11/14, which the article asserts (you have to read the four paragraphs starting with “The donor purchased the website …”.
been kind of been thinking about that myself
Not sure it has been addressed by LE
i guess I just don't know what there is to sleuth right now. We have been given absolutely nothing. There is less info on this case than any I have ever been a researched.
So my question is to anyone who wishes to answer. What still draws you to this page even though no new evidence has been given?
KP has some type of criminal justice related associates degree. When discussed, most thought that he took photos of the phone because he was aware that it might help. Basically, he thinks like LE.
I realize this may be off the wall, but, this whole thing is off the wall, however, could someone like a Todd Kohlhepp have fell for her from afar, and had her snatched, and planned to just keep her as their own, forever and ever? Then lost their nerve? Maybe this was their first attempt and they freaked out and let her go. If it was two women, maybe they're that someone's accomplices and are kinda like a couple of Hispanic Leslie Van Houtens (who saw Charlie Manson as Jesus Christ "eye roll"), so they were persuaded to get him what he wanted. Then, look at the Ariel Castro case. He had managed to kidnap three women! One had been missing for 10 years. Just tossing out a couple of thoughts.
I am still perplexed about taking a photo of the phone. I would have thought most people's first instinct would be to reach for it and pick up, rather than to photograph it.