Hailey Dunn General Discussion #2

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  1. amberjul

    amberjul New Member

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    Been thinking of Hailey. Thanks for everyone posting updates as they are found. Will do the same if I find anything.
     


  2. Knox

    Knox On Time Out

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    This is sort of off topic but related in a way. Yesterday, Charles Capone was charged with the 1st degree murder of Rachael Anderson. She went missing April 16, 2010. Capone is her husband, and was a suspect from the get-go. Washington State LE was very close-mouthed throughout the case. We often wondered if they were doing anything at all in terms of investigating, what the hang-up with the lab results was, etc. The charging documents were released yesterday and chock full of information, some we had speculated on and other things we had no knowledge of. Capone has not revealed the location of Rachael's body, but they are going to trial anyway.

    I guess what I'm trying to convey is, LE likely has much more evidence than we think.
     
  3. Peace777

    Peace777 Well-Known Member

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    Oh dear the headline at ktxs 12 site "FBI, other law enforcement remain mum about status of Hailey Dunn's death probe" So we still have to wait for any conclusions or arrest/s sounds like :(:maddening:
     
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    Peace777 Well-Known Member

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    Hmmm she may think that....
     
  5. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    If I was a homicide investigator, and SA was my prime suspect, I would be bonding closely with Billie right now, since they broke up.
     
  6. tlcya

    tlcya Old and Tired Websleuth

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    trust is very important when trying to establish rapport with anyone. I hope and pray with all my heart that Billie trusts the FBI. It will be very helpful in their investigation. MOO
     
  7. amberjul

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    According to interviews with Billie, it seems that since last October Billie has found that the FBI gives her answers and will listen to her.

    I believe they are listening to her, because everyone has been told with all certainty that she is a grieving mother right now, and everywhere I've looked people are abiding by that. Except Seamus; he can't seem to stop himself.

    Knox's posting of Billie's note on the Facebook page was so interesting in light of her trust.

    Interviews with Billie Dunn in 2013:

    Here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/websleuths/2012/02/13/websleuths-radio

    and

    Here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/missin...20/help-bring-hailey-darlene-dunn-safely-home

    off the top of my head.

    Prayers for Hailey.
     
  8. Frostess

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    Maybe the FBi is being quiet right now because so many are talking via social network and they are monitoring this. JMO
     
  9. amberjul

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    I don't recall the FBI ever talking. Regardless, anything could be happening yet the general silence surrounding Hailey's case suggests to me that LE desires to go about their business which does not include the sheer fury generated by past circumstances of this case. I respect that. If my previous post is out of bounds, please delete it mods.

    imo.
     
  10. Knox

    Knox On Time Out

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    It's like the giant elephant in the room, we're all seeing it, but can't discuss it here. It's really quite the circus out there in Facebook land. Poor Hailey, even now after she has been found, she's getting lost in all the drama [​IMG]
     
  11. amberjul

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    I don't have a Facebook page (for real). So sorry to hear that is happening, continues to happen; so unbelievably tragic. Maybe the FBI is monitoring the webz - I hope they are, and I hope they find something on Hailey's behalf, for the Justice she deserves. imo
     
  12. katydid23

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    If there was ever a time to calm down and stop the histrionics, you'd think it would be now. :rose:
     
  13. amberjul

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    I don't like to think it's human nature that motivates people to disregard what's real and thrive on stirring the pot - yet I suppose it is part of all of us and is a choice, albeit imo a very negative one.

    This is off topic - the prosecution closing arguments in the arias trial have me in kinda a deep thinking place. Might be time to go out and do a Schnauzer walk :)
     
  14. Tugela

    Tugela Well-Known Member

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    Am I missing something? Why is the FBI involved beyond providing logistical support, such as analysis? shouldn't this be a county/state jurisdiction case?
     
  15. cluciano63

    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    Kidnapping/murder of a child? I am guessing if they are more involved than usual, it may be due to the lack of experience in such a case by local LE. But really, FBI joining cases or not is a mystery to me. Seems almost random at times.
     
  16. Knox

    Knox On Time Out

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    The FBI often gets involved in missing persons cases, particularly when it's a child. Sometimes local LE requests their help, other times they offer their resources. In the Lindsey Baum case, the CARD Team offered invaluable help to a very small jurisdiction.

     
  17. Tugela

    Tugela Well-Known Member

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    They don't take the lead though, they assist the local LE, unless they are investigating a federal crime or one that spans state borders.

    This is what I am talking about:

    Why does a reporter have to go to a supporting agency for comment instead of the jurisdictional agency?
     
  18. amberjul

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    Good question. Only thing I can think is there must be something else going on in this case. Maybe one of the Websleuth lawyer members can answer it.
     
  19. Knox

    Knox On Time Out

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    Well, a few things come to mind ...

    -A SCSO Official was merely brushing off the media inquiry (secretary answered the phone).
    -There are aspects of this investigation, (child porn perhaps) which cross state lines.
     
  20. Knox

    Knox On Time Out

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    Young told NewsWest 9 Hailey's remains are still being investigated, which is why they haven't been released to Hailey Dunn's mother, Billie. He also said regardless of what some may want to believe, Billie is just a mother, who will have to lay her child to rest, far too soon.

    "We are not made privy or aware to how that investigation is proceeding," Young explained.

    At this time, Dunn is not being questioned in the disappearance and death of her 13-year-old daughter who went missing from Colorado City more than two years ago.

    "We have not been contacted by any law enforcement agency, other than to discuss the release of the remains," he said.

    Billie has been informed of which law enforcement agency is rejoining the case.

    "It's my understanding that the Texas Rangers and local law enforcement have asked, invited, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which we think is a good thing. The goal is to find out what happened to Hailey," he said.


    http://www.newswest9.com/story/22147915/exclusive-billie-dunns-lawyer-speaks-to-newswest-9
     
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