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IN IN - Amiah Robertson, 8 months, Indianapolis, 15 Mar 2019 #3

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  1. MsGazette

    MsGazette Just call me Ms G

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    I was confused about the baby selling too! I do know that sort of thing happened back in the day in this country, especially with “orphanages” but I had no idea it is a modern day issue. Hope this is not the case here, although it would mean that she is alive.
     
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  2. MsGazette

    MsGazette Just call me Ms G

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    I remember Adam too. I was little at the time. His case was the beginning of my knowledge about this kind of terror.
     
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  3. margarita25

    margarita25 Well-Known Member

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  4. MsMarple

    MsMarple Well-Known Member

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    From your link:
    RL was supposed to drop Amiah off but she never showed up? Say what?

    What’s with all these people talking like Amiah had some choice or control over where she went?

    Does that mean RL showed up without Amiah or did neither show up? The babysitter was expecting him so did he call to cancel?

    I guess the interview was more about the babysitter’s good name getting smeared on social media. Sigh.
    Also:
    Mother believes Amiah Robertson is still alive following unsuccessful search of home
    I don’t know what to make of this quote. I watched the video and the first part doesn’t seem to be in it so I don’t know the full context but her demeanor confuses me. Another case from several years back taught me that people can lie quite convincingly so sometimes it’s tough to read a person accurately. This woman is a head scratcher for me.

    First she found evidence by herself (reminds me of WH in AJ Hadsell’s case who also “found” evidence). And now she speaks in a casual way about not letting her ex boyfriend see Amiah again “Sorry, bud.”

    Why isn’t she furious with him? Damn, it would be more understandable if she said she wanted to kill him but no, she would speak her mind to him.

    Something is off IMO but I don’t know what. MOO.
     
  5. margarita25

    margarita25 Well-Known Member

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    From the above link:

    “UPDATE: Police around 3:14 p.m. Tuesday announced that they had searched the rear of the residence on South Holmes Avenue with a University of Indianapolis forensic anthropology/archaeology team and Indiana Task Force 1 search dogs. The search was concluded, they said, with "no substantial discoveries."“

    Snip

    “IMPD is describing the activity as a "follow up investigation."”

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    “All police would confirm is that what they saw on Monday led them to believe there needed to be some digging done behind the home. News 8 crews also saw evidence markers near the scene. IMPD also took out multiple tan bags full of stuff.”
     
  6. Anirtak

    Anirtak Well-Known Member

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    She'll speak her mind huh? Except wasn't she so afraid of him that she wouldn't meet with him to go get her baby? Stinks to the heavens......I'm just gonna sing "liar, liar pants on fire"......MOO
     
  7. MsMarple

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    Yep. Quite the paradox, eh? She seems “real” but it’s hard to ignore the time lapse in reporting Amiah missing.
     
  8. Joolz1975

    Joolz1975 Well-Known Member

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    About time they slapped her with a neglect charge IMO.

    See what they can get out of her when she is questioned under caution
     
  9. K9Enzo

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    IMO, with the mom, they should bring in the youngest female detective they have, dressed casually (jeans/t-shirt) and interview mom away from the police station and any location known to her. Being heavy handed with her or trying to shake her down, I don't think will work. I'm sure they have even tried gentle pleading with her but I think "who" gets info out of her will be key (like in most cases).
     
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  10. Anirtak

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  12. Joolz1975

    Joolz1975 Well-Known Member

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    I see your thinking but I'm of the opinion that enough is enough now.

    Someone in the group (probably more than just one person) knows exactly what happened to Amiah I'm unsure if Amber does but wouldn't trust her as far as I could throw her.

    They keep getting them all in on petty charges and it's going nowhere.

    Arrest the lot of them on conspiracy to murder charges or something similar and see who squeals.
     
  13. CSIDreamer

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    I'm debating how much I can say here. Amber is starting to strike me as empty for lack of a better phrase. I have knowledge of a few people that live in the area of "Haughville". They share that characteristic. There's a flat effect and a sense of deep seated hopelessness. The type of attitude that comes when you say, "whoa was that a gunshot!?" and the reply is a shrug with a "get used to it". I'm not defending or condemning, just an observation.
     
  14. Joolz1975

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    Oh I agree she's pretty vacant and I'd say she is surrounded by similar people.

    Maybe drugs,petty crime etc... are the norm for them as they see no other way of life for them.

    And while I have some sympathy for her situation in a way I can't get past that she was responsible for that baby and was not taking care of her.

    Even if not directly responsible for what happened she has put her baby in a situation that has allowed it to happen.

    It sickens me and it just adds to the problem as the next generation follows the same path and so on and so on.

    I think it's more than just a missing baby issue it's a massive society issue.
     
  15. CSIDreamer

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    You're absolutely right. I don't for one minute excuse anyone not protecting their child. And I'm watching the generation thing carry out as well. It confounds me.
     
  16. altojack

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  17. ilovechili

    ilovechili Where is the wiKKed witch? Will Oct. bring her?

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    We knew on such a charge he would be released/have bond. It still gave me immense satisfaction to see him walk in chains and in orange. In fact I am a bit surprised there is video of this.

    That makes me far from a nice person I guess but in this case I can't seem to help it.

    She is/was a helpless baby and awaiting the ones lying to wake up and do the right thing is a futile exercise I guess.

    jmo and just venting a bit.
     
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    HayLouise Law Student

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    AMIAH ROBERTSON: A vigil tonight for missing 8-month-old Amiah Robertson. The man who says he is her father shares his experience through her disappearance with @WISH_TV . That story tonight at 10&11

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    (Video at link)
     

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