The FBI plans to administer the polygraph test to Lucy Studey on Friday, days before potential boring and excavation of sites she claims are mass graves.www.newsweek.com
sbmI don't have faith in the family members who say they would have known if he was a murderer. Sometimes murderers hide it well enough and people very often believe what they need to believe.
That’s what gets me… there’s no doubt Lucy believes her incredulous stories and they’re going to need to excavate the site regardless. I’m starting to wonder who has been encouraging her to ask for a polygraph (looking at you Newsweek).she could really believe it and pass the test because she really believes it but that doesn't make it true so I don't know if there's any point to the lie detector
Anyone else in the FB groups?
Don't think I can link since the public one is ran by some random persons and Lucy's group is private.
But... I recommend anyone on Facebook to find them and join, and read her posts.
I had my doubts from the beginning and imo, jmo, **rumours** etc, there are other issues than murders involved here.
We will know the truth soon I hope.
Local, state and federal law enforcement officials made their way to the Green Hollow area of Iowa early Tuesday to begin collecting samples of dirt to test for human remains at the site where Lucy Studey says her father killed scores of women over three decades dating to at least the 1970s.
In the dark of morning, witnesses and law enforcement sources familiar with the probe said, about 15 or so marked and unmarked vehicles with the Fremont County Sheriff's Office, the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and the FBI drove up to the vast area and began blocking it off about mid-morning. They also brought a piece of heavy equipment with them, according to people who saw the caravan arrive.
A source familiar with the investigation said the plan was to bore into the site of a well where bodies were suspected to be buried, as well as to dig and test a possible shallow grave along morel mushroom trails on the land.
Siblings may not have wanted the stigma of being related to a serial killer. It could up end their lives. I can see how they may not have wanted that; though, I don't think I could live with myself if I kept quiet and let families suffer.All JMO:
I do have faith in the F.B.I. but I think asking her to take a polygraph is laughable. They need to do this right, no matter what the polygraph allegedly shows, so why bother doing it?
I don't have faith in the LE who "couldn't find the well."
I have a little bit of faith in the dogs.
I don't have faith in the family members who say they would have known if he was a murderer. Sometimes murderers hide it well enough and people very often believe what they need to believe.
I think if LE does this right they are going to find some victims, but I wish Lucy's story hadn't changed.
The mushroom trails give me serious pause...