Found Deceased IN - Abigail (Abby) Williams, 13, & Liberty (Libby) German, 14, The Delphi Murders 13 Feb 2017 #91

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  1. RedBeard

    RedBeard Villains beware.

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    I highly doubt the amputee theory, you can see that his ankle torques when he starts to kinda turn toward the girls or so it appears. He walks like every other 40+ male in the world to me.
     
  2. JillR

    JillR Well-Known Member

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    Thank you! Do you think the killer could be someone that they know/not random? Can you speak to the theories of the handicapped leg? I disagree 100% about his leg. I feel he is very healthy/agile,
     
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  3. Boxer

    Boxer Well-Known Member

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    Hi
    MOO about the public being provided no vehicle details at the PC.
    I believe they have a basic description of the vehicle and need more witnesses to detail their timeline.
    They may only know a possible "a blue truck" was seen parked there- but obviously they can't ask the public "did you see a blue truck parked on 2/13/17
    etc. etc.?

    MOO again.
    I think the police have learned how to ask for information without getting an overload
    back due to the internet.
    I think it's hopeful about the vehicle, they haven't asked about it before that I remember.

    MOO This crime will most likely be solved by someone who is close to killer in come way, or was close to them physically that day and finally calls in - so its in those hands and hearts.
    Carter will continue to remind them of the horror and immorality of the crime, and appeal to them to do the right thing.
     
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  4. carmenugt

    carmenugt Well-Known Member

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    I agree. I think he most likely has a knife and not a gun. I am leaning towards a person transient in nature. Once again, I notice that Lafayette does not have homeless. There are two ways out of Lafayette into the country. US 26 and US 25. US 25 goes to Delphi. Just a few miles off highway 65. It would be a very likely place for transients to go sleep at night . Lafayette has big drug problems. The police are not friendly in Lafayette. I got stopped for a traffic violation. The road and signage was weird. I didn't stop completely before turning right. The officer actually asked me what I was doing in town. It was stupid. I played the nurse card and got out of the ticket. Then I called my attorney and let him know. It was a weird question to ask. If this guy truly is transient, or the people he runs with, they are not going to come forward. I do believe there are people around him that suspect him. But they are not going to trust LE.
     
  5. CrimeDawg123

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    But why? Why not ask if anyone saw a XYZ vehicle? Someone may remember it if their memory is accurately jogged where they might otherwise not.
     
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  7. kidetect22

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    Not much to say today ... patiently waiting... checking in every 5 minutes to see if anything changes... I pray we are closer to justice for Abby and Libby!
     
  8. cluciano63

    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    If the same person drew both sketches, that could explain why some people think they resemble each other...which I am not seeing. Could also make the images “iffy” imo if the artist has a certain style.
     
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  9. Pam2964

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    Just thinking if the girls did reference a "creepy guy" then I think that removes any thought that they might have known him.
     
  10. lisette

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    I heard a scream as well!
     
  11. LGW88

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    Yep. And memories are fading fast after 2 years, folks. Have no idea why they are sitting on ANY pertinent info at this point.
     
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  12. Trudie

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    I think he’s younger, his husky build indicating he is athletic. I think he walked as anyone walking a nearly condemned bridge would. Jmo
    I do wonder about a small town crime beat reporter, traveling locally to collect news for the local papers.
    He might be considered to have knowledge. Surely every reporter asks LE the direction of the investigation, any new info to report, etc. jmo
     
  13. Inthedetails

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    I don't think transient at all, though I understand there are transient people and they often frequent parks.

    BG, however, has been described as young looking. People living on the edge often look older than their years, not younger. BG doesn't dress particularly well, but he doesn't look like someone who has slept out in the elements or is moving from couch to couch.

    LE spoke on Monday as if this person has connections to the town, not someone living a transient or homeless life. Of course, it's possible the guy is a drifter, but I think they are looking for someone completely "mainstream."

    Of course, I've been wrong many times! (I was rather convinced BG was BT from St. Louis!)

    jmo
     
  14. Peppery

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    New direction...

    Was BG somehow confident no more details would be released? I still think he’s involved in the investigation and knows more than the general public. Article from 2/1/19


    Halfway Across: The Delphi Murders

    “We’re always working new leads,” he says, dismissing the idea that the investigation has gone dormant.

    That work has involved a tight-lipped approach, though. On Libby’s cellphone, a video and additional audio exist but haven’t been shared, despite the prolonged period without an arrest.

    We continually evaluate that,” Riley says when asked about the possibility of releasing more evidence from the phone. “We talk about it once or twice a week. But at this point in time, no, we won’t be releasing more. We don’t want to put all of our cards on the table.”
     
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  15. RedBeard

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    I think the notion of them knowing at least the guy on the bridge is heavy speculation; the girls don't turn to him, he barely turns and looks at the girls. This guy is a stranger to them. You can hear the tone of his voice is how someone would talk to a stranger; even kinda sounds like how a Cop talks to me, starts out deep and goes higher; this could be due to the fact he is nervous.
     
  16. Gumbeaux

    Gumbeaux Stirring up tips

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    Two years into this horror, I have to wonder if he’s not been found because of the image — and now video. Naturally we would assume that of course it is easy to identify the perpetrator since we have this grainy image illustrating generalities. But stop to think how often we misjudge a person based on clothing or their general presentation of themselves. And of course I am thinking of those pleasant surprises in life, when a bit downtrodden looking soul is found to be well traveled, well read, or just an interesting, insightful soul we are glad we encountered.

    By seeing these images, we immediately assign attributes that may be entirely off base. Our perceptions are skewed, and imagination limited. These are my coffee thoughts this morning, and thank you for all of yours.
     
  17. JillR

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    It’s coming. Carter is this mad because this person is known and he betrayed many people. Sadly, as I will keep saying, more pain is coming for the families. And now I believe they continually said “little girls” (about 7 times in PC) because he is probably a dad to someone.
     
  18. TTF14

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    They might not know what kind of vehicle. (Read my theory I posted within the last hour)
     
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  19. CSIDreamer

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    False memory is what I'm guessing. They need an independent witness who hasn't been prompted.

    As an example, in no way do I say this is a rude or judgmental way, but our "witnesses" here are suddenly hearing the girl's voices on the audio. Some of us witnesses aren't hearing a thing. It was stated innocently, I'm 100% sure. But the seed is planted. Same with the car. It's a great illustration.
     
  20. Inthedetails

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    IMO, it's to weed out false tips.

    If someone says, "I saw a red convertible at that location," but the vehicle was a Mack truck, then the cops know to dismiss the tip or at least put it as low priority.

    That's my guess from my armchair. :)

    jmo
     
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