Here I go again
I must point out some things from the VILT
interview that may not be as bad as they look
is baby DeOrr's father's name and I am to use that from now on
--- Vernal is camping and DeOrr goes missing
--- Vilt said he knew Vernal from fixing his car in an autobody shop
--- Vilt said he liked Vernal and it was Vilt that approached Vernal
--- Vilt said he would only charge expenses and not for the hours he spent investigating
--- Vernal says yes , based on knowing $1,900 had been raised via go-fund
--- Vernal finds out the $1,900 has been absconded by the person who raised it on go-fund
--- Vernal is now expected to pay Vilt himself and I doubt he could afford it
--- Vilt also wants to offer a $25,000 reward
--- Vernal does not want him to offer a reward.
--- Makes sense to me , where was Vernal going to come up with all that money ?
--- as it turns out Vilt did not get paid by Vernal
--- I dont think Vernal would have said yes to use Vilt except for knowing the $1,900 was available
--- We cannot blame Vernal for the $1,900 disappearing , nor blame him for not paying it himself
--- I dont think Vernal initially suspected abduction ... no need for nation wide reward
--- Remember it was Vilt who proposed the abduction - black Rubicon - theory which was proven false
Sorry Vilt , you lose that round and Vernal remains standing , at least to me.
I am not saying Vernal is innocent , just saying he is not guilty of these invented fictions and scenarios.
It appears Vilt approached Vernal as a friend and walked away as a non-friend , and Vilt complains of an unpaid bill
Vernal needed help , called the sheriff and searchers , and they came , without requiring payment
Mr Vilt seems like a nice guy and I wish him well , but if he tries to play victim here I think that is wrong
Whether Vernal is involved in DeOrrs disappearance or not , is beside the point