CO- Dylan Redwine, 13, Vallecito, 19 November 2012 - #47

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  1. aust amateur slueth

    aust amateur slueth Well-Known Member

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    Bayou, This is not specifically the DV report, but FYI there is a screen shot of the police report from the time MR kept the kids from his first wife. You can read it clearly at 11:54 on part 2 of Dr. Phil.
     
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    Thanks for answering. I just seen the vast forest he has behind his home and was wondering how much of it he owned or how familiar he was with the woods.

    Now the rest of this is just my opinion so please don't beat me up.

    MR has a high tolerance for alcohol, as per his lie detector test on the Dr. Phil show. He was in all accounts functioning normally after drinking half a bottle of whiskey (if I remember right). This leads me to believe that he is a daily drinker, especially when it was early a.m. when the test was going to occur. The majority of alcoholics drink to numb themselves from their stress and emotions. MR's lack of emotion in this case verifies with me his alcoholism.

    Next, if there were domestic violence incidents involving MR, was it hitting, choking, throwing things, or what? What set MR off in the first place? Talking back, looking at him wrong, silence, etc? Dylan looks small for his age, not capable of defending himself from someone MR's size.

    There are also about 10 hours between the time Dylan last sent his message to the time MR was seen in town. MR did roughly 4 hours of errands and came home to take about a 5 hour nap. The nap gets me thinking that he didn't sleep that night. This is where I was getting to the point of the forest behind his house.

    Now the lake theory seems plausible, but if MR did it (and I don't know how smart he is), I wouldn't have pointed out the location of Dylan to LE if I was him. I would want people to look in the exact opposite location of where I was hiding something.

    This is just my opinion and thanks for listening.
     
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    Again, that does not substantiate domestic abuse nor violence. A review of the entire docket shows a family that struggled with visitation issues as well as some issues around child support.
     
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    aust amateur slueth Well-Known Member

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    respectfully withholding the children is abuse

    IMO a decent parent supports their children financially
     
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    TxJan1971 Well-Known Member

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    I have a document that consists of MSM information that includes both:
    A) Theory to SUPPORT Abuse/Violence and
    b) Theory to DISCOUNT Abuse/Violence.

    I will post both once I have finished/completed it and after I receive permission from a mod, as some of the "Supporting" as well as "Discounting" documentation is found in places where it may not be able to be discussed here in this particular thread.
     
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    It appears that MR was never convicted of such, thus no criminal record re: this issue.
     
  9. Dee10

    Dee10 Well-Known Member

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    MR admitting domestic violence type behavior:

    Dr. Phil

    Copied from the wonderful TxJan's transcript of Tues. Dr. Phil Show
     
  10. deoneta

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    Are we once again allowed to discuss events prior to Dylan's disappearance? I agree that it is very relevant, but I thought it wasn't currently allowed. All MOO
     
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    aust amateur slueth Well-Known Member

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    oops, it wasn't my intention to go against the rules.

    apologies mods if I've made comments that I shouldn't have.
     
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    Oh, I apologize if I have done so. I am looking for links that support a history of domestic violence and abuse so that I can evaluate the facts vs. the opinions in the case. But you're right. I think perhaps we are precluded from discussing DP show? I only want to look at MR's history, and that requires a context, and no disrespect is intended to anyone.
     
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    A mod will have to clear it up. It's confusing to me because Dr. Phil is a recent event, and we have statements by family members which should be okay. But if they are about past events, I don't know. All MOO
     
  14. Carolyn H.

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    I have wondered about this myself. For one thing, doing something behind the house would mean he didn't have to get in a vehicle and drive somewhere.

    And in thinking about LE confirming that Dylan and his father arrived at home at about 8 p.m., this confirmation makes me think that either someone saw them arrive at the house or there is a webcam/security cam that includes them in it near the house.

    Heading into the woods at night for someone who knows the woods, would be a way to avoid discovery by a neighbor or a camera.

    Was there a moon that Sunday night?
     
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    A mod can correct me if I am wrong, but my understanding is we are able to use MSM quotes & I would think Dr. Phil certainly would fall under that especially as there is video back up if not please delete. To me there is nothing like getting a direct quote from the person.
     
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    rebeccaeee Justice for Dylan!

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    http://www.moonconnection.com/moon-november-2012.phtml

    Not much of a moon that night.
     
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    Seajay Never pass up an opportunity to pee.

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    Yes!!! That's it. He was the one gone 4 months. I got the two confused. Daniel Christensen or something like that. I'm gonna look it up. BRB. Ok, back. Yup, that's it.

    http://www.kfbb.com/news/Daniel-Christensen-Found-187068211.html
     
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    Lunar phase on 19 November 2012 Monday is Waxing Crescent.
     
  19. jlentine

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    I'm thinking we are on the same page Carolyn. I live right across the street from state land and I can walk miles in there without a light just following deer trails that I know. My eyes adjusted after a few minutes and there wasn't any moonlight. I did close to 5 miles one night when I got stuck in there.
     
  20. azgrandma

    azgrandma Verified Insider - Dylan Redwine case

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    Respectfully disagree. If I give LE my permission to come into my home and search it, that is MY option. If they find something in my home and I tell them, sure you can take that. They DO NOT need a warrant to take it, I gave them permission to take it.

    The "chain of custody" has NOTHING to do with needing a warrant. It has EVERYTHING to do with, officer A tagged & bagged, put it in his vehicle, turned it over to officer B at that PD who is in charge of the evidence room, officer A signs it over, officer B signs that he accepted it. Later Detective A wants to look at the evidence, he request it from officer B and signs for it.

    That ^^^^is the chain of custody, knowing who touched the evidence, when and where the evidence is located.

    I think it was OJ Simpson trial when one of the detectives left evidence in the trunk of his vehicle and lied about it, said it was turned over earlier than reality.

    ETA - FAQ webpage for easy reference to searches.
    • Consent. If the police show up at your door and ask you if they can come inside to search for drugs and you consent to the search, then the police do not need a warrant.

    http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-rights/illegal-search-and-seizure-faqs.html
     
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