Discussion in 'Crimes in the News' started by wfgodot, May 15, 2015.
BBM. Where did you read that W-1 needs to be protected by LE?? Do you have a link?
Can anyone else who had been looking at the assistant/driver's FB and Instagram account confirm they have both been deleted?
I know its hard to believe (!)! there are a few humans left who dont go on Facebook, Twitter, Twatter or Fritta, Insta or Slow anything, Redit or BLueit, Tumble or Rumble, etc etc!!
I am proud to report I am one of those! However!, am curious about this characters Facebook, is it legal for someone to screenshot a couple pages and post - I do not know if that is ok, if so TIA!
One question I have is that VF was supposed to get off work at 3pm, but the police report says the perps entered the house at 6pm. So why was VF still at the home at that time?
Welcome Daisy....thanks for joining us!
Someone posted an attachment to the charging documents that states LE was concerned for the safety of TWO of the witnesses. Not 3,only 2. Interesting.
I uploaded a PDF of the charging documents. Here is a link: http://bit.ly/1GuL6IB Please share with anyone who is having trouble reading it via the original link.
For someone who appears to be very wealthy, $40K is probably not that significant. And honestly, there's not much the employee can do. They have his social and all his info on file. I don't think he would be willing to be a fugitive for the rest of his life for $40K. Now $500K in cash might be a different story.
Yes, in this case, the photos might not have been made on the same day.
Yes, the Arrest Affidavit was put under seal 5/20 and today it was released.
If I am not mistaken that information came strictly from NG. So either she was mistaken, or VF did intend to leave by 3 but for some reason ended up staying later (not finished, extra work needed to be done, whatever).
Yeh, that really surprised me too - makes totally no sense, your with a felon wanted for murder, and "see ya later" bizaire... especially so soon,
lol they wouldn't go on the run for only 40k but yet people were murdered for 40k,
She's some kind of drama junkie, she keeps injecting herself into the case. It's messed up.
Steroids could be a factor, but Mr. Wint seems to have personal problems with the family, didn't he have some altercation at work with a machete? Does LE think the motive is money? I think financial motive is certainly possible given the victims wealth, but I think Mr. Wint's motives go much deeper. Mr. Wint allegedly stabbed the 10 yr old son, correct? That's very sick, but it also may show Mr. Wint's seething hatred for the family. I think it's possible he was jealous of everything they had (wealth), or may be he had some issue at former job and felt slighted (he might be a sociopath/psychopath?). Stabbing is a very angry and personal crime. Was arson used to cover up deaths/crime scene? If he set victim(s) on fire while alive/immolation then it's extremely painful way to die and seems vengeful. Jmo/
I'm not sure who W-2 and W-3 are! Have I missed something? Thanks for your help!
Steffon's/Stephen's facebook profile was removed yesterday. Wish I had taken a screen shot!!!! He is taller and thinner with short hair (in the last photo I saw of him.) He is a big Dallas Cowboys fan and seems like a nice, hard-working guy. He might even be the guy shown talking to the US Marshal last night by the car, but I would not swear to it.
the police report says the perps entered the house at 6pm. How do they know that?
Because there is social capital is being associated with access to expensive cars and with piles of cash. The driver has previously demonstrated his habit of using social media to build his personal brand by bragging about his use of the victims' cars. He likes expensive cars, but can only get close to them through work. In fact, a hashtag that appears frequently on his posts is #brokeracersclub, which is also the name of a lifestyle brand (mainly T-shirts) owned by the driver; the victims' red Mosler MT900 sports car appears in a post on this brand's Facebook page.
So an original photo of a stack of cash, even if it wasn't pushed through social media immediately, has non-trivial value to someone who uses their social media accounts to self-promote via status symbols.
Last year, the driver and several friends were trying to launch a professional car racing organization. I wonder if his firing in March is due to embezzling money or attempting to steal clients for his own company?
He may have had nothing to do with the crime, but it's clear that he lacked appropriate boundaries regarding how he interacted with his employer's possessions.