"Cherries", Mamaroneck, Blk/Hisp, 605UFNY, Mar 2007

Discussion in 'LISK Unidentified Victims' started by richandfamous, Mar 5, 2007.

  1. lisalali

    lisalali New Member

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    I saw someone on another site who believes they may know who she is. I told them to come here for any help with submitting a name bc they didn’t know how to or where to go. The person they think it is fits in the age range and was also a sex worker. She also has no family in the US that the person is aware of . I hope Cherries is finally able to be identified.
     
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    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    Wow, fingers crossed that the person can help and she can go home soon.
     
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  3. Brooklyngirl84

    Brooklyngirl84 Well-Known Member

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    Do we know for sure she isn’t a local?
     
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    No. Phrased that poorly. The clothing seems to point to her being local, at least having lived in the area long enough to visit one of those small stores.
     
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  5. Brooklyngirl84

    Brooklyngirl84 Well-Known Member

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    Gotcha. Yes, I would definitely agree with that. Could also be someone who lived with, or is close to, a local.
     
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    Any word?
    Where does she think she's from if she has no family in the US?
     
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  7. lisalali

    lisalali New Member

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    I do not think they ever replied to me . I will definitely go and see if they posted any new information. I’m not really sure where they believe she is from.
     
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  8. MarkTwang

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    Gilbert had cherries tattooed on her wrist. Any chance these are brands?

    Gilbert, at the time of her death and/or disappearance had mentioned to Joseph Brewer about accidentally booking an escort who was transgendered and if it had ever happened.

    This is, reportedly, when the altercation between them began. Brewer stated that he felt she had something to hide at this point.

    Is there any chance that Gilbert knew about the other missing girls? Including "John Doe" the transgendered Asian victim? Maybe she suspected Brewer could have possibly had something to do with her disappearance?

    Maybe Brewer thought she had been concealing a wire?

    Brewer states that he suspected that Gilbert was transgendered and asked Pak (also Asian) to remove her from the house, but maybe this was a lie to conceal the real reason Brewer felt threatened by Shannan and had asked her to leave?

    Any thoughts?
     
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    Gilbert had Cherries tattooed on her wrist.

    Where did you get that information from?

    Anyone else ever heard this before?
     
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    "Lost Girls" came from Author Robert Kolker. When Alex Diaz reported her missing and said she had cherries tattooed on her wrist and a scorpion tattooed on her neck.
     
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    Sad that the lead mentioned in post 241 seems to have gone cold.

    As for the calendar that everyone keeps talking about, do we know on what month's page the "cinco" and "begin to live" were written? I understand that the calendar was torn apart, so determining on which page the text was written might not be possible.

    If the text was written on the page for March, perhaps Cherries was planning on making a major life change on March 5. That life change could have been leaving sex work (if she was a sex worker at all) or leaving a toxic relationship. The "begin to live" suggests to me that she previously had experienced a quality of life so low that it couldn't even be considered living or that there was some factor in her life that was preventing her from living life at its fullest. Maybe I'm just looking too much into this, but I don't know.

    The date of March 5 also lines up with the date of discovery and estimated date of death as well, as her torso was located only two days prior on March 3, and she is believed to have died not long before then.

    I've read that the remnants of this calendar were tucked away and hidden within the suitcase containing her torso. The fact that the calendar or whatever it was that contained this message was ripped apart and perhaps even hidden intentionally suggests that it may be really important to the motive of the case or Cherries's life, and as such, the killer didn't want it to be found or deciphered. I'm still conflicted about this, though. Aren't there many better methods to dispose of paper that someone doesn't want to be found?

    I'm sure I haven't said much that hasn't been said already earlier on in this thread, and this is all baseless speculation, but this is just my impression of the writings on the calendar.
     
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