Forensic Astrology - SHANNON Lea DEDRICK, 7mo. old missing Chipley, FL

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  1. passionflower

    passionflower Just 1 tip to find a killer

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    Did anyone do a chart on Tina? I'm just catching up.......if this chart is done, please tell me. TIA
     


  2. FifthEssence

    FifthEssence New Member

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    SOULSCAPE posted a SYNASTRY (compatibility) Grid of the interaspects between the chart of Baby Shannon and Chrystina's chart, with comments.

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  3. Soulscape

    Soulscape Active Member

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    This is a synastry grid showing James B.'s natal plants (down) in relation to young Paul B.'s planets (across).



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    You can see by the harsh connections I highlighted that the relationship between James and little Paul was likely unpleasant at best, and dangerous/destructive at worst.

    I am not going to post James B.'s full chart at this time, because he has not been arrested in connection with the Shannon Dedrick case.

    I will say, however, that the synastry between the sunrise natal charts of James B. and baby Shannon is equally dismal. As a matter of fact, it's downright disturbing.


    Thanks,
    Soulscape
     
  4. passionflower

    passionflower Just 1 tip to find a killer

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    Am I reading Susan and James charts correct..........both share abusive traits
    toward children???
    Common denominator?? Keeping this couple together?
    Could there be more victims, I wonder???
    from 1987 to 2009.......
    missing children from where the couple lived before?
    Thankyou for your charts.
     
  5. Angel Who Cares

    Angel Who Cares If you seek an angel with an open heart, you shall

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    Trial date set in case of missing Chipley baby
    March 17, 2010
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    The mother and babysitter of a baby reported missing on Halloween last year in Chipley are tentatively set for trial in May.

    Susan Elizabeth Baker and Crystina Lynn Mercer were charged Nov. 5, 2009, in connection with the disappearance of seven-month-old Shannon Lea Dedrick. The baby&#8217;s disappearance sparked a multi-agency search in the Chipley area.


    Baker and Mercer were charged with several felonies and misdemeanors, including interfering with child custody, false report of a crime, false report of a missing child and contributing to the delinquency of a child. Mercer was also charged with child desertion. Baker also was charged with neglect of a child with aggravating circumstances.

    A pre-trial hearing is set for both defendants May 3 in Washington County, with the trial set for May 4.


    Article:
    http://www2.jcfloridan.com/jcf/news...e_set_in_case_of_missing_chipley_baby/138437/
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    Baker's long-missing stepson won't factor in trial
    Baby Shannon case &#8216;straightforward' enough, prosecutor says

    March 21, 2010 01:27:00 PM
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    Susan Baker&#8217;s missing stepson Paul &#8212; presumed dead by his family 23 years after he vanished &#8212; won&#8217;t come up in the Baby Shannon trial, the prosecutor in the case has decided.

    Assistant State Attorney Greg Wilson doesn&#8217;t need the distraction, he said Friday. &#8220;Simply put, the case against Baker is putting the child in the box under the bed and leaving her there,&#8221; he said. &#8220;It&#8217;s as straightforward as that.&#8221;

    Baker, a prime suspect in 3-year-old Paul&#8217;s disappearance from the family&#8217;s home in Beaufort, S.C., never was charged in his case. She was, however, convicted of aggravated child abuse for beating his 6-year-old sister, Nina, who still lives in South Carolina. Baker served 80 days of a 10-year sentence before she was released and moved to Chipley.

    Paul&#8217;s cold case re-emerged when authorities found 7-month-old Shannon Dedrick hidden in a box in Baker&#8217;s home. They also found &#8220;a stack of papers containing the name of Baker&#8217;s missing child from 1987,&#8221; according to a Florida Department of Law Enforcement report filed at the state attorney&#8217;s office in Chipley, suggesting Paul&#8217;s disappearance was still on Baker&#8217;s mind in late 2009.

    On Nov. 3 (day four of the search for the missing baby Shannon), Baker told her husband &#8220;that she thought things were about to get rough and that if he did not want to stay around, she understood,&#8221; according to an interview James Baker gave authorities. &#8220;Mr. Baker claimed that he had no idea that Mrs. Baker was referring to being involved in Shannon&#8217;s disappearance,&#8221; the interviewing officer wrote. &#8220;Mr. Baker thought Mrs. Baker was possibly concerned that something was going to surface/resurface reference the disappearance of Paul Baker.&#8221;

    In conclusion, the officer wrote: &#8220;It should be noted that one could surmise from Mr. Baker&#8217;s information that Ms. Baker was possibly somehow involved in the disappearance of Paul.&#8221;


    Paul Baker, 3, pictured before his 1987 disappearance
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    Article:
    http://www.newsherald.com/news/stepson-82417-baker-trial.html
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    Florida arrest brings no new leads in 1987 case of missing Beaufort child
    Saturday, March 27, 2010
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    After months of investigation, it appears that a 23-year-old missing-child case will remain unsolved.

    Local law enforcement and family members hoped that the high-profile disappearance of 7-month-old Shannon Dedrick from her Chipley, Fla., home on Halloween would shed some light on what happened to Paul Baker, a three-year-old boy who vanished from his family's Shell Point home on March 5, 1987, and was never seen again.

    The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office sent one of its investigators to Florida to interview the woman in the hopes of cracking the case, but Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner said police didn't get the break they had hoped for. "We had high hopes that something in that investigation would lead to additional information in the Paul Baker case, but unfortunately that hasn't happened," said Tanner, who helped search for the missing toddler as a deputy in 1987.

    Linda Lambert, Paul's maternal grandmother, said she hopes the case will be solved and those responsible brought to justice. She includes Susan Baker on that list. "I feel like eventually she'll break," Lambert said from her home in Mebane, N.C.. "She's not going to have fun in jail so maybe while she's sitting in there, she'll tell someone something."

    According to a Gazette article published two days after Paul's disappearance, Susan Baker said she put her stepson down for a nap at about 11 a.m., and then nodded off herself. She told the newspaper that she was awakened by a phone call from husband James Baker, at the time a sergeant stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.

    Susan Baker, then 27, said that's when she went to check on Paul and discovered him missing. The Bakers moved to Chipley shortly after she was released from jail after serving 80 days of a 10-year-sentence for beating Paul's older sister, Nina.


    Susan Baker has been jailed since being arrested in Florida last year and is set to stand trial this summer for her role in Shannon Dedrick's disappearance. Florida authorities say Baker, the infant's step-aunt, took Shannon from her mother, Tina Mercer, early Halloween morning in a secret exchange at the end of the dirt path to Mercer's trailer. Baker was charged with neglect of a child with aggravated circumstances and interference of child custody.


    Article:
    http://www.islandpacket.com/2010/03/27/1187313/florida-arrest-brings-no-new-leads.html
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    Police: No new leads in case of missing SC child
    Posted on Sunday, 03.28.10
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    An arrest in Florida has yielded no new evidence in the 23-year-old case of a missing South Carolina boy, a local newspaper reported Sunday.

    The Beaufort Gazette reported that local police went to Florida to interview Susan Baker, who was charged last year in the disappearance of 7-month-old Shannon Dedrick from her Chipley, Fla., home. The infant was found five days later, alive in a box under a bed.

    In 1987, Susan Baker told police that her 3-year-old stepson Paul went missing while she took a nap at their Beaufort home. Paul has never been found. Susan Baker and her husband, James Baker, were extradited to South Carolina in 2000 and charged with assault and battery in Paul's disappearance. But a grand jury never indicted them and the child was never found.

    Susan Baker did serve prison time after authorities investigating Paul's disappearance discovered her 6-year-old stepdaughter had been badly beaten. Susan Baker was sentenced to 10 years in prison but the punishment was suspended to 80 days. She and her husband, James Baker, moved to Florida when she was released from jail.


    Article:
    http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/03/28/1551969/police-no-new-leads-in-case-of.html

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