Found Deceased IN - Abigail (Abby) Williams, 13, and Liberty (Libby) German, 14/The Delphi Murders 13 Feb 2017 #88

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  1. kirkassoc

    kirkassoc Well-Known Member

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    A new direction "might" involve genealogy websites and comparing any DNA they (LE) might have from this case with those databases. Those data bases are HUGE! It's popular these days to trace your lineage (my own son traced his) and surprising where it leads. This is supposing they do have some DNA from the crime scene in this case. Won't be long though until we find out what this "new direction" involves. If nothing else, I would imagine the perpetrator of this crime is sweating bullets about now. MOO
     
  2. Jim_M

    Jim_M Well-Known Member

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    Just had a sinking feeling....what if the new direction is that it is moving to the cold case file. :(
     
  4. Jim_M

    Jim_M Well-Known Member

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    Nah, I cannot see them doing something that diabolical. They would lose all credibility in my eyes. JMO
     
  5. Jackielee09

    Jackielee09 Well-Known Member

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    Shaking the hornets nest.
     
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  6. watcher9

    watcher9 Well-Known Member

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    The latest spin.. This news article quotes the ISP notice but then adds a new line.
    Where did the new evidence come from?

    The update will be held "to share information with the media and public about the new direction of the Delphi homicide investigation."
    Police shared no further information into what the new evidence might be, or why they were changing directions in the investigation.

    BBM

    Infamous murder investigation of two girls heading in 'new direction'
     
  7. ab01

    ab01 "What is done in the dark always comes to light"

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    My expectations are very low. I honestly have not felt much confidence in this investigation since the very beginning. And they have yet to show any reason that the public should have confidence in the ability to find this monster. Maybe it will be a bombshell, but I’m not holding my breath! Moo
     
  8. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    Given the extremely high profile of this crime, and the emotional investment of the public, I expect a substantive update.

    Amateur opinion and speculation
     
  9. MsArk

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    I’m afraid I am in this camp as well.
     
  10. ab01

    ab01 "What is done in the dark always comes to light"

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    I truly hope you are correct, I’m just going off of what I have seen since day one. Also I believe there is a very easy explanation for no questions, they know that they don’t have answers to the questions that are likely to be asked......jmo
     
  11. TL4S

    TL4S Dumbified Clown

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    General question for those who have followed many cases. How often does LE announce a PC with "significant information"?
     
  12. IntoTheWind

    IntoTheWind Former Member

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    "If this is true, then the perp is not in the DNA database. This means the only way we can catch him is for someone somewhere to recognize this man."

    Or if someone in his family has done Ancestry DNA testing. I hope they have a legal right to check there. Does anyone know? If that's the case, if we all would get our DNA tested through those sites more criminals would be caught. They're related to someone after all. And isn't that how the GSK was caught? Though I know some object to those tests and that's fine I am not telling anyone what to do.

    Or, if he gets arrested and they take his DNA? In some states they take your DNA when you're arrested for crimes that you wouldn't think they would, like non-violent crimes. I wish all states were like that.

    Or, maybe he'll die and family will find proof when they go through his stuff?

    Or, he confesses?

    Either way, I pray they catch this sick jerk!
     
  13. Love Never Fails

    Love Never Fails Well-Known Member

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    Would someone explain to me what a parabon snapshot is? Thank you.:)
     
  14. Jax49

    Jax49 Florida Native

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    Monday seems like light years away. Praying every day that Abby and Libby get the justice they deserve. Can only hope tomorrow will get us closer to that.....
     
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    I believe I read that 60% of people are now traceable through dna. In a couple years they said everyone will be. Fingers crossed.
     
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    bessie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    In the Resolved Cold Cases subforum, member Niner and others have been logging cases solved by recent DNA technology. It's very interesting. A case recently was resolved because the killer's brother had been arrested and his DNA entered into CODIS. Investigators were able to put together a familial match to DNA evidence from the crime scene, which ultimately led them to the killer's former girlfriend, and his DNA on a razor she had in her possession.

    DNA Solves Cold Cases/Parabon Nanolabs & GED/Match.
     
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    rbbm.
    2017 Delphi murders of 2 teenage girls moving in 'new direction,' Indiana State Police say
    "I am very hopeful that this is the break we have been waiting for," said Libby's mother, Carrie Timmons, told FOX59."

    "He is described as a man having reddish-brown hair and undetermined eye color."

    "Delphi investigators had also worked closely with detectives in Fort Wayne, Indiana. after a John. D Miller was arrested last year in the 1988 murder of an 8-year-old girl. Authorities, however, would not comment at the time it was a possible suspect in the two teenagers’ deaths."
     
  20. ValhallaWolves

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    There has to be something unusual or specific about the crime scene/ COD... otherwise why wouldn’t they have released it? If it was something like a single gunshot, any sicko looking for five minutes of fame could confess and guess “gunshot” and have a 25% chance of being right. I’m convinced that the crime scene/COD was something very specific.
     
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