Found Alive CA - Sherri Papini, 34, Redding, 2 November 2016 - #3

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  1. 77DarkHorse7

    77DarkHorse7 I've Heard The Sound That Silence Makes...On A Bre

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    Oh I totally understand that. That makes sense. But not all registered are on parole. It lasts for life I think.
     


  2. 77DarkHorse7

    77DarkHorse7 I've Heard The Sound That Silence Makes...On A Bre

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    Wow, that's a lot of RSOs. They should be questioning them .

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  3. liz b.

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    I agree. Does S. work ? Because that would bring another group of people into her circle. jmo
     
  4. sumzero

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    I think they were hoping by chance to catch a glimpse of her. But I haven't heard anyone say that she for sure would've passed within range of someone's security camera.
     
  5. sumzero

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    Sherri's sister has been very active. Might even call her the spokesperson for her side of the family, as far as that goes. She even said in one article that Sherri's family and friends had come out in force to help in the search.
     
  6. 77DarkHorse7

    77DarkHorse7 I've Heard The Sound That Silence Makes...On A Bre

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    I think it would have been pretty easy to miss her with all of the trees in the way in that neighborhood. At least to know for sure it was her.
     
  7. missgulfsouth

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    As someone who battled anorexia for 6 years, I wholeheartedly agree with you.
     
  8. sumzero

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    She's been described as a stay at home mom.
     
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    I got the impression you were doubting his story. My mistake.
     
  10. bluesneakers

    bluesneakers not today satan

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    Yeah, it shouldn't be that hard to narrow down the list and knock on a few doors. And it wouldn't have to interfere with search efforts.

    (Heart you Dex. Happy Sunday!)
     
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    I believe another poster looked at the source of the page after it was posted and found this image was uploaded almost 10 years ago, so I'm not sure how much I'd read into it.
     
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    I've read through everything up to now, so my apologies if I've missed it, but has either the husband or LE mentioned anything about whether her wallet/purse was left at home? Or if there's been any activity on her cards? I wouldn't imagine she'd take either running, so if they're missing it could be a reason LE may not be jumping to labeling it an abduction. Just seems odd that it hasn't been mentioned that I can remember, as usually family or LE will be quick to point out when a wallet was left at the home, or there's been no activity.
     
  14. 77DarkHorse7

    77DarkHorse7 I've Heard The Sound That Silence Makes...On A Bre

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    Been following!!! HOPE She is found
     
  16. formerreddingrunner

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    No, LE has released very little information to the public.

    Besides the cell phone found on the road, with earbuds and hair strands attached, LE was asked if they found anything else and his response was, he could not answer at this time b/c the investigation is ongoing. Neither would he name the last person who saw her at 2pm Nov 2. [video=youtube;1NWywdP7KGA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NWywdP7KGA[/video]
     
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    It's frustrating. But whatever they found, it wasn't enough to convince them of an abduction, so Websleuthers are left with a lot of questions and speculation. We don't necessarily "solve" cases, but most of the time a lot of us know exactly what happened, and often who is responsible....we usually just have to wait and see if it comes together in the end. Oftentimes, it does. This one has me stumped ... but I will say I have a hunch.
     
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    Am I just seeing your name for the first time, formerreddingrunner? Welcome to the discussion!
     
  19. SpanishInquisition

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    LE themselves aren't sure whether or not what happened to her was voluntary, so I don't know how you can criticize people here for having no factual or logical basis. If indeed this is something voluntary, it's quite logical using valid evidence that she could have committed suicide while faking an abduction, which is why I've cited something like Rita Maze as a possibility. If you have some actual evidence to show it's impossible for this to be something like Rita Maze maybe you should present it instead of just shooting people down by saying they lack facts (notwithstanding what's been said by LE) while failing to present anything disproving a Rita Maze situation.
     
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    I'm 5'8 and 115 lbs. BMI 17.5. I am not anorexic. I am not depressed, stressed, or overwhelmed. I do not restrict my food intake. I eat what I want when I want. I've had many people "wonder" (ie accuse) me of having issues with food. Including doctors. People close to me shake their heads in amazement as I eat them under the table. Being fit and not "fat" is fair game these days for eating disorder diagnoses. Nowadays those of us of reasonable weight are labeled as "sick" while the overwhelming majority of Americans are actually grossly overweight. Sherri has a BMI that is normal. She also looks healthy, radiant, and in shape. To suggest her body type is somehow dysfunctional or indicative of mental disorder is really offensive to us who are physically fit and not the norm of the average overweight American citizen these days. Normal BMI does not mean anorexic or stressed out or overwhelmed. It just means we are not obese like most Americans.
     
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