Found Deceased IN - Abigail (Abby) Williams, 13, & Liberty (Libby) German, 14, The Delphi Murders 13 Feb 2017 #115

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  1. tresir2012

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

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    @JudgeJudi good wishes and prayers to your daughter in her fight against cancer. And to BP also.
     


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    JDough Well-Known Member

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    RSBM

    Please keep in mind the person talking is one person and is the person on the bridge with the girls. This is NOT two different people speaking- please listen to it very, very carefully....

    During the course of this investigation we have concluded the first sketch released will become secondary, as of today. The result of the new information and intelligence over time leads us to believe the sketch, which you will see shortly, IS the person responsible for the murders of these two little girls....
    DELPHI PRESS CONFERENCE TRANSCRIPT (2019) - CrimeLights
     
  3. ScumbagTrav

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    I am surprised by the lack of leaks too!

    One user here, or elsewhere, suggested that there were leaks early on, but they got mixed in with rumors, so now no one really knows what is true and what isnt.

    I hadnt thought of that, but seems possible imo.
     
  4. zencompass

    zencompass Hope springs eternal

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    I am impressed with the integrity shown by the Delphi citizens who either were part of the searching team or heard from them as to what they witnessed at the crime scene.

    They could have described how Abby and Libby were found - but they didn't.

    This speaks so well of them because their silence on this showed great dignity towards Abby and Libby as well as to their loved ones.
     
  5. TheVisual

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    Could be the curved camo ballcap on the guy at the counter?
     
  6. tresir2012

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

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    Unfortunately the two articles/videos recently posted don't load for Europe. Any chance of a screenshot? Or another source?
     
  7. tresir2012

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

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    Some have not been so silent IMO.
     
  8. stattlich1

    stattlich1 Well-Known Member

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    A mother who is alive, and in no way aware of these murders, that would be one thing. A mother who is alive, and aware, and says nothing, that would be an entirely different matter.

    I'd be interested, were I investigating the matter, in whether or not the suspected BG has family, who they are, and why they have not come forward......real interested.

    I don't believe for a moment that this is a cold case. I think the ducks are lining up quite nicely. In this day and age, one must have one's ducks in a row prior to moving forward :)
     
  9. zencompass

    zencompass Hope springs eternal

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    Great post!
     
  10. sloane7777

    sloane7777 Well-Known Member

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    I think a mother suspects in this case ( seriously Moms know ) I also think a Mother will protect especially if its an only child which could be the case .
     
  11. sunshineray

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    If LE had described the vehicle at all I'd agree with you. LE mentioned nothing about the make, model not even a color. I can't see how if (LE suspected) BG was present at the PC mentioning a "vehicle" being at the area would put him on the spot to do anything or react in any way. JMO
     
  12. ScumbagTrav

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    Hope this helps!
     

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    A lot of people thought this case would be solved quickly. So, based on the April 22 presser, I would think LE has gone back to those first crucial 48 hours and even the first week or two of the investigation. Hence the NBG sketch which is really the original sketch from a few days after the murders. There were a couple of publicized searches in the first couple of weeks as well. Was LE closing in on someone/something in those early days??? Who would have 'the power' to completely steer an investigation away from a POI and possibly direct suspicion elsewhere?

    Does anyone on here still have the same POI as they did in the early days or have you changed your mind several times over the past 2+ yrs?
     
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  15. 155etta

    155etta This too shall pass.

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    This might be why we aren't hearing anything lately. Maybe the killer is local and gets off on all the media and attention surrounding the case. So they're not giving him that.
     
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    Legally speaking, does this make the offender's mother an accessory?
     
  17. Falling Down

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    MOO is BG is the type of killer who also gets off on the aftermath, the notoriety, the media reports, the attention. Just an attention and control-seeking freak. Many killers are not interested at all in the aftermath of their crimes. Others are very interested in the aftermath and insert themselves into the investigations, taunt the police, etc.

    He had this all planned out, and figured he could get away with it. The day he is caught he'll no longer have any control over his life and the narrative surrounding what he did, it will be over and an Indiana court will probably sentence him to death.
     
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    Yes!
     
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    The mom question keeps coming up and last week I think someone asked something along the lines of if you were BG's mom, would you turn him in?

    I'm a mom and I've been thinking it over. There is no easy answer to this because in your heart your child is your little baby that you nursed and bathed and changed and taught how to walk and guided through school and all of the things. Your baby always. That's who your child is in your heart. But at the same time they are their own person and sometimes people do bad things. Sometimes even good people do bad things and certainly bad people do bad things.

    I want to say that I would turn my child in if they outright heinously murdered someone innocent. I might do it anonymously, I might do it openly, I am not sure, but I think that I would turn them in. Especially if I knew in my heart of hearts that it wasn't an accident or that it could happen again - I want to believe that I would be compelled to turn my child in. I would certainly struggle with it but in the end it is what I would want someone to do if it were the other way around and my child had been murdered. The golden rule and all.

    I would still, of course, love my child forever and I think that is ok. You can still love your child and do the right thing even if it goes against every protective motherly instinct you have.
     
  20. busymcmoody

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    Being a good parent includes decisions that are hard and go against your protective instinct. You are a good mom and a good person. Kudos to you.
     
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