1. No one claiming to be his sister called shortly after his death. 2. No one claiming to be his mother had recently submitted a DNA sample. 3. They are confident he was NOT from VA. 4. They do not think the faint tattoo is a Grateful Dead dancing bear. 5. They did not check the contents of his stomach after he died. 6. They cannot do isotope testing on his teeth to see where he spent his childhood because he was cremated. 7. They are confident that he was no older than 21; most likely a teenager. 8. I asked if they were surprised that he had no drugs in his system with JD being a deadhead and he said he was not. I asked if that was because JD probably couldn't had afford drugs and he said that was likely. 9. I asked about the Amish theory and he said he does not believe JD was Amish. 10. I asked him about my theory that he could have been reported missing but the report was not available or lost. He said that they routinely use Namus as their primary source for possible matches but most missing person cases before Namus was created have not been uploaded. In other words, he probably was reported missing but the report was never uploaded on Namus. 11. The case was never publicized on a national level in the beginning but more in VA.