Discussion in '1990's Missing' started by lostfaith, May 25, 2005.
A man charged with drowning his 16-month-old son in southern Colorado over the weekend is being investigated in connection with the disappearance of his wife in Aurora about a decade ago.
A law enforcement source says Medina told an acquaintance that he had killed his wife and buried her.
About 6 p.m. a passerby gave Medina a ride back to town and then went back to see what Medina was doing in the area, and discovered the body of the 16-month-old.
What a loser. :loser:
I'd go out on a limb and say, HECK YES, he had something to do with the first wife's disapearance.
I am just glad that they are finally going to investigate it. All these years and it takes the murder of a child to bring it up.
If the disappearance had been investigated, then the child would not have been murdered (or would not have born).
Michael Jim Medina, 34, is being held without bond, bound over for trial for first degree murder in the death of his 16-month-old son.
On May 21 Michael Jim Medina, 34, walked into a field with his 16-month-old son Degan.
He returned alone.
Alamosa Police Sergeant Richard Needham testified Medina told Degans mother, Becky Garel, the day before Degans death that he had previously killed his first wife, Kimberly Greene Medina, 19, and threatened to harm Degan if Garel told anyone.
Kimberly Medinas father was in the courtroom on Thursday and began sobbing when Needham described the alleged October 1996, beating death of his daughter.
How awful! What is it with this sick people killing children??? Makes me so mad. :furious: I hope he gets what he deserves. :behindbar
Guys like this make me sick.I first saw about this guy on Dr.Phil,when Kimberly's father appeared when they featured Susan Powell's disappearance.There is no way a woman whose husband says she just left should be left with the children.I deal with the thought of this everyday,since my sister's disappearance in February 2002.These guys should serve life in prison without the possibility of parole.If a woman disappears,the husband should not have the children or anything until he is proven not to be the woman responsible for her disappearance or muder!!
Dr. Phil digs further into the heartbreaking story of a father’s desperate search for his missing daughter, and the loss he felt when his grandchildren were taken away by the man who may be guilty of their mother’s disappearance. It’s a shocking story that has had a ripple effect on three generations. Don’t miss this chilling tale that will have you hugging your loved ones a little tighter.
What Did the Girls Witness?
When Mike was named a person of interest in the disappearance of his wife, Kimberly, her best friend, Sabrina, gained temporary custody of Nekka and Marissa. Sabrina joins the show via Polycom and explains what she learned from little Nekka. Plus, how are the girls now? Dr. Phil sits down with them to revisit the past. What do they think happened to their mother? And, how do they feel about their father?
I wonder if he had life insurance policies on these poor people?? This man is disgusting.:furious:
Man convicted of killing toddler son found guilty of burying wife alive
Ohhhhhhhh no. Buried alive is basically my absolute worst fear of all time.
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