Found Deceased IN - Abigail (Abby) Williams, 13, & Liberty (Libby) German, 14, The Delphi Murders 13 Feb 2017 #102

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  1. x_files

    x_files Well-Known Member

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    I agree I hope FBI/LE is looking into all former students/residents with those issues.
     
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  2. Mom24

    Mom24 Well-Known Member

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    I think that's why they didn't release the second sketch sooner. If they had released both sketches they would have had to explain it wasn't two attackers, explain that eye witnesses can be off in what they think they saw, and remember the majority of people aren't really that clued in.
     
  3. JudgeJudi

    JudgeJudi Well-Known Member

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    Watch the new video of BG on the bridge again. When his right leg turns, you’ll note that it’s not a continuous movement. There's a definite break in the frames.

    Police Release New Sketch of Suspect in Murders of Libby German and Abby Williams

    Now look at the GIF that was posted back in May 2017 on the Image thread (Post 173). The three images posted by LE were used to create this GIF. Once again, you’ll see that the movement stops flowing at exactly the same point.

    Found Deceased - IN - IMAGE discussion re Abigail Williams, 13, & Liberty German, 14, Delphi

    Call me suspicious, but to me it looks like LE aren’t being honest about the new video and that it’s really a GIF.
     
  4. margarita25

    margarita25 Well-Known Member

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    Who Killed Abby and Libby? 'Mindhunter' John Douglas Offers Insight Into Delphi Murders
    May 15, 2019 - Inside Edition Staff

    “Former FBI Special Agent John Douglas, aka the Mindhunter, told Inside Edition the audio, of which an extended clip was only recently released, may hold a vital clue, specifically the use of the word "guys."

    Guys says to me that maybe he may know these victims," said Douglas. "Or it's a person ... someone who has interaction with children."

    “He added that the person who killed the two likely has some kind of "criminal history."

    "You don't wake up one day and commit a double homicide like this," he said. "There has to be some kind of trail."“
     
  5. cluciano63

    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    Thinking BG could look like a combination of the two sketches is even worse, as far as any belief they know who he is.
     
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    Indiana cops say they are close to finding killer of Libby German and Abby Williams, but witness may be afraid to come forward
    MAY 15, 2019

    “No arrests have been made, but Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Wednesday that “we are one tip away from success.”

    Carter said that the state police has received more than 42,000 tips, but there is one major tip that still needs to be delivered.
    “If somebody knows something, they need to tell us. I think they’re afraid too,” he told ABC News. “Somebody knows who that person is.”

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    “Carter believes it is possible that a family member or a friend “knows something happened after that day.””
     
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  7. Charlot123

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    But why would a coworker who clearly did not know the true purpose of lending the car be afraid? He was duped into thinking he was helping out; his car ended up in a criminal situation; he is now at danger of being removed by BG as he is the witness. I’d run to the LE to oust the BG out in such a case!
     
  8. MDATCA

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    From my understanding it is a 3 second 48 frame video clip that is looped.
     
  9. margarita25

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    ““If somebody knows something, they need to tell us," ISP Superintendent Doug Carter said. "I think they’re afraid to — it's why we have not heard yet — I think they’re afraid to.”

    Carter discussed various aspects of the case, and shared many of the same sentiments he's carried over the past 27 months, in an interview with ABC News this week. BBM: One thing is certain, Carter believes that the girls' killer is watching their moves and he believes that person will slip up.

    “I think the killer is following this investigation very closely," Carter said.“


    ISP: We're 'one tip away' from solving Delphi murders
    Posted: May 15, 2019
    Updated: May 16, 2019
     
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  10. Elliot_Alderson

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    <modsnip: quoted post was removed>

    While I do somewhat think that method of murder and weapon used can say some things as far as the offender's personality or their potential relation to the victims, this person is acting as if they knew these girls were, for example, strangled via ligature that it's going to give insight into a specific suspect then that's a bit of a stretch. Maybe for LE, yes, but not really for an internet message board.
     
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  11. margarita25

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    “"When we decided that, through the information we received, that we were going to release the second sketch I don’t believe the individual knew we were going to do that. So it was really, really important. I think he was probably there and/or watching, simply because he thought we were on the wrong path," Carter said.“

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    “"The sketch isn’t a photograph. A sketch is a sketch and that’s really important for everybody to understand," Carter said. "I believe that the individual when we catch him, it will be a combination of those two.””

    ISP: We're 'one tip away' from solving Delphi murders
     
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  12. No it's not

    No it's not that simple

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  13. TL4S

    TL4S Dumbified Clown

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    And I'm not convinced Carter said that just because of any kind of criminal profile, either. IMO, anyone who commits this kind of crime and hasn't been caught is going to pay attention to the investigation. Of course you'd want to know what they (LE) know. Your a** is on the line. JMO
     
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    Because comments from both the family and LE that night was that the girls weren't in serious danger. They figured they had probably just gotten lost or hurt from a fall, and as per LE, the worst that would happen was that they would have to spend the night out in the cold. That, obviously, wasn't the worst that could happen.
     
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  15. tresir2012

    tresir2012 Oh! What a tangled web we weave....

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    Has he been reading here?
     
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  16. margarita25

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    “They also say they believe the man is from Delphi, is familiar with Delphi or works in the city.

    “I’ve walked across the high bridge myself. It’s 65-70 feet off the river deck. It hasn’t had a train on it since 1929," Carter said. "The ties are starting to rot. It sways back and forth and it’s not something you can just jump on and walk straight across if you’ve never done it before. I decided I was going to take the riverbank going back, I didn’t. That wasn’t the first time he’s been on that high bridge, my opinion, again that’s my opinion. I experienced it and I kept a piece of the high bridge and I’ll carry it with me til we find out who this is."”

    ISP: We're 'one tip away' from solving Delphi murders
    Posted: May 15, 2019
    Updated: May 16, 2019
     
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  17. Blue Amethyst

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    The Delphi Murders - Unresolved is an excellent timeline. Thank you for posting. I have followed the case since the beginning and for a newcomer it has oodles of information to catch them up on what happened.
     
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  18. margarita25

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    I think what he’s saying is something that he could’ve derived without reading here. In other words, these are common sense possibilities, especially for LE, moo.
     
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    <modsnip: quoted post was removed>

    ... knowing why the assumption from LE was that this was something less than nefarious indicates some past behavior(s) that led them to that assumption. I get that they are hesitant to assume the worst, but why publically state that it isn't a worst case scenario when they have no way of knowing that?
     
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  20. TL4S

    TL4S Dumbified Clown

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    I appreciate you posting these quotes. I'm not always in a position to watch videos and read lots of articles. Thank you!
     
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