- Dec 9, 2021
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Agree, and likewise some people have seen too many creepy movies and Tom Petty videos to want to go the mortician route.Before we get defensive about funerals vs cremation. Both are perfectly acceptable personal choices.
I personally just could never cremate one of my loved ones. I have zero issues with cremation, otherwise.
Morticians can hide wounds, rebuild faces, etc.
Please just understand cremation really doesn't reflect on much besides choice.
All jmo and in the spirit of same team, different opinions here.
Media/police event? Obviously no arrest at the funeral. I will repeat- As a parent I'd welcome any opportunity to find out who murdered my child, from "listing and observing" but I get it...I'm not in the club.They may feel that the funeral should honor their daughter and not be a media/police event.
The police wouldn't make the arrest at the funeral. They would just take a list of everyone there and observe. I think if the parents have suspicions they have already told LE what they are, so no reason to have this person at the funeral.
No worries We have been through everything over and over again. It’s just the nature of these cases that draw so much attention. Not everyone begins at the beginning. If you keep reading along I am sure most of the questions you have will be answered. Also the media thread is a great resource. Welcome!Sorry new to the thread. A little patience please
Granted, before this case I had never heard of Moscow, ID. Turns out Moscow Idaho is a city of over 25,000+ people. I'm not ruling anyone out yet.Makes me think the person isn’t from Moscow. In such a small town I wouldn’t think there would be a ton of people with that type of vehicle.
@annpats , I mentioned that many threads ago. Thanks for the link, I never figured out how to include it, lol.The only other case this reminds me of is the Miyazawa murders in Setagaya, Japan in 2000. An unknown perp broken into the house while they were asleep and stabbed them all to death. No one heard or saw anything, no-one has ever been caught despite the police having DNA, and no-one knows if it was a random killing or someone known to the family.
Mikio Miyazawa 44, wife Yasuko 41, Niina 8, and Rei 6 "All four were brutally murdered on December 30, 2000 in a crime that shocked Japan and began a grim new chapter in the country's criminal history. Police know so much about the killer — everything except who he is and why he committed such...www.websleuths.com
Haven't heard anything about a neighbor seeing anything.
I’ve been looking for confirmation that a neighbor saw the front door open on the morning of the murders but can’t find it.
Your thought to check with a mod is a great idea. A similar doc put together for another case I followed was removed bc it was not an approved source.Would anyone be interested in a post that states and sources the facts, timelines, etc.? I’d get a mod to approve first before posting but I feel like it could seriously slow down the movements of the threads to a point where we could actually discuss the case instead of sifting through speculation.
I’ve been working on a doc and I don’t want to put a ton of effort and time into it unless it will be used and referenced. Thoughts?
ETA it would include sources on things that will prevent new members from bringing up things discussed weeks ago. No offense to those who are new to the thread.
It’s a great start. The uni is even better. Every student attending that school and driving a car should have to register it with the office (as they will most assuredly drive it to campus or keep it on campus if they reside in a dorm). Through the process of patient elimination will the truth be pursued and revealed. Not through inclusion.I wonder how many 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra's are licensed in Idaho. I know the car could be from out of state but Idaho is a good start.
Even expanding it to the 1.9 million people in Idaho and say, the probably sparsely populated counties of western Washington, there is going to be a relatively small number of white 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantras.
As full-time students, they are likely covered under their parents insurance still, and if not, does the university make students buy health insurance in the US?
They may just be looking for witnesses. If the driver/owner of that car doesn't come forward, then that might just tell us something.