ID ID - Joshua Vallow, 7, & Tylee Ryan, 17, Rexburg, Sept 2019 *mom, arrested* #18

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  1. fred&edna

    fred&edna Well-Known Member

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    I posted about this in the first thread on this case (PO Box associated with Charles) Is it the same info and useful now??

    ID - ID - Joshua Vallow, 7, & Tylee Ryan, 17, Rexburg, Sept 2019
     
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  3. BigAl16

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    We assume Tylee didn't come back. Or at least recognize that as a possibility. We don't know that.

    Having said that, if she didn't come back then I see it being something like what you're describing. No way it was to meet up with the grandmother from Lousiana (JJ wouldn't have stood for that as she is his grandmother, technically not Tylee's) but I could see Alex dropping Lori and JJ off at Old Faithful for them to do that and saying that he and Tylee were going to go do something else with JJ later told that she went with a friend or something as possible. They (Lori and JJ) could kill a couple hours at Old Faithful while Alex and Tylee visited a remote (short hike required) hot pot nearby. I'm not sure which one, but I'm sure they exist close enough to make that work.
     
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  5. BigAl16

    BigAl16 Well-Known Member

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    The 10% is a fee for the bail bond company to risk the full amount and is not returned. That's the BB company's (gross) profit.
     
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    A passport card will also let you in by land or sea, but not by air where it has to be the regular passport.
     
  7. Angleterre

    Angleterre Verified Law Enforcement England

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    As a detective, UK I would have to ensure that everything that I rely upon evidentially , is provenanced. In other words,it would have to be double and triple checked before I could present it.
    I give you an example- during the interview of a murder suspect, he gave an alibi that said it couldn’t have been him because he was watching a programme at home with his mum on BBC1 called ..... and it was on at 9pm. My evidence was that the murder occurred at 855pm so I had to prove that he was not telling the truth and to do that entailed me not only interviewing mum as his alibi witness and the witnesses to the murder and who was responsible but I had to travel the BBC offices in London to prove what programme was on the television at that given time and date and what time it concluded and what the nature of the programme was and take a copy of it as an exhibit. I then had to go to the people in London responsible for Big Bens timeline and GMT timeline and the speaking clock and document that the time stamp on the BBC programme was exactly the same as the clock . You may think- why ? What a waste of time but it is about crossing the T’s and dotting the I’s on all the evidence I intend to use , wether that be evidence of the crime or evidence to disprove the suspects alibi .
    So in essence what I am saying is that you are correct that everything needs to be provenance and proven if used .
     
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    New thread coming up shortly...
     
  9. Angleterre

    Angleterre Verified Law Enforcement England

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    Really? You mean the autopsy results or the toxicology? That’s a very long time to wait if it comes back that TD was poisoned and a very long time to allow potential evidence to be lost and / or disposed of or be rendered in usable... and then any potential witnesses that need interviews have to remember something that happened so long prior ... eek!!
     
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    IF he could scrape together the half a million, he'd be beyond broke with $0 for his own legal mess he's about to enter...IMO, she's not getting out anytime soon unless Mommy and Daddy are willing to break their silence and put their necks and pocket books out!
     
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    but why wouldn’t they at this point especially show their alive .......either of them. I’m with you . My mind goes to every possible scenario where they could possibly be alive but then I think about why would LVD sit in jail especially after she seemed so sure she’d get out yesterday and then was held on that bond . Why wouldn’t they just show Tylee was alive? I guess I still have a part of me that answers back she could be alive and they won’t show her Bc she knows too much so they hide her. Also I’m sure LVD doesn’t think she’ll do any real time for any of this but if she does 14 years is a lot shorter than what she’d get for murder
     
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    Is that a Ferris wheel in the background or are my eyes playing tricks on me?
     
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    I saw it. Didn't he say most of them being finished in 60-80 days?
     
  14. BigAl16

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    But the year's supply (or whatever it has changed to since I was plugged in to this) was an official teaching, wasn't it? I see the prepper stuff as being an instance of taking an official teaching/suggestion and getting carried away with it, diving down the slippery slope well beyond what is being suggested. Definitely not official, maybe even discouraged, but also something a random non-Mormon would be less likely to stumble into than a devout Mormon. Is that fair?

    MOO
     
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