LA - ***ARREST*** Mickey Shunick, 21, Lafayette, 19 May 2012 #37

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  1. courtneyb

    courtneyb New Member

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    Church Point to Atlanta, TX... approx. 4.5 hours. This guy was all over the place; it's not unreasonable that he could have made it there...
     


  2. aussie_girl88

    aussie_girl88 New Member

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    I wonder what evidence LE has that MS has died? And what evidence they have that he murdered Lisa in 1999, it couldn't be DNA they would have his DNA already on file. Hmmm alot of questions. LE has really kept under their belt good job to them, I don't think any of us were expecting 2 murder charges. Even if the public can't know information I hope the shunicks are told what evidence proves she is not alive.RIP Mickey and Lisa
     
  3. ktgirl

    ktgirl Verified College Instructor

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    Please do tell.....
    I'm pretty decent at sleuthing out the old newspaper articles (mainly because I have access to them through work) but not so much when it comes to DNA/forensics.
     
  4. redcrow

    redcrow New Member

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    I have to post and say that i was totally shocked that they would come up with a true bill on TWO counts of first degree murder. My heart hurts for these families. This only makes me wonder how many more victims are out there. Kudos to law enforcement for keeping everything under wraps. We may have been starved for information, but how important it was to handle it this way.

    My light will be on for Mickey and Lisa tonite, and anyone else who has been victimized by BSL....
     
  5. CajunSarah

    CajunSarah Member

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    Yes. Much like he torched the truck used to kidnap Mickey. At least one if not 2 of his childhood homes were burnt down too.
     
  6. gngr~snap

    gngr~snap Verified Pediatric Nurse Georgia

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    They are usually attached... it was just the best pic I could find at the time.

    We are having MAJOR STORMS here and I keep getting thrown off the puter!
     
  7. rkot

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    I doubt BSL dug a hole and exerted very little energy in hiding Mickey, he was very careless when he left scenes (the bicycle grips, and the washcloth with his secretions) and was way too concerned about himself. (having his wounds repaired). I have not read anywhere where the landfills were checked near his home with cadaver dogs. I think they need to get on it!
     
  8. rkot

    rkot New Member

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    Amen to that!!!
     
  9. NewYork625

    NewYork625 Well-Known Member

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    https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/alt.true-crime/oc58dXgNuvA
    BBM:
    Slaying similarities examined
    Five Acadiana murders still open
    By KEVIN BLANCHARD and MELISSA MOORE
    Acadiana bureau
    The Baton Rouge Advocate
    LAFAYETTE -- Acadiana-area law enforcement investigators have at least
    five open cases of women found dead since 1994, but they don't think
    any of them are related to the serial killings in Baton Rouge and
    Lafayette.

    DNA evidence has attributed the deaths of four women -- three in Baton
    Rouge -- to the same killer.

    Monday's revelation that the same person killed 23-year-old Trineishia
    Dené Colomb of Lafayette has expanded the scope of the investigation
    to Acadiana.

    Colomb was found beaten to death on Nov. 24 in Scott.

    A man said he saw a white truck -- similar in description to the truck
    seen in the Baton Rouge killings -- parked behind Colomb's abandoned
    car near Grand Coteau.

    DNA evidence taken from the body matched the other serial killings,
    Lt. Craig Stansbury said.

    In the past 12 years, dozens of women have been killed in the Baton
    Rouge area, their slayings still unsolved. Baton Rouge authorities
    have said some of those cases may be related, though any connection
    with the confirmed serial killer cases can't be made without a DNA
    match.

    The first three serial killer victims were linked by DNA this summer,
    setting Baton Rouge residents on edge and leading to the creation of a
    task force that is still trying to solve the crimes.

    Gina Wilson Green, 41, was found strangled in her home Sept. 24, 2001.
    Charlotte Murray Pace, 22, was found stabbed to death in her home May
    31. Pam Kinamore, 44, was abducted from her home July 12. Her throat
    was cut and her body dumped at the Whiskey Bay exit off Interstate 10.
    All had been sexually assaulted.

    Colomb's slaying also seems to have much in common with a killing in
    Baton Rouge that has not been tied to the serial killer.

    East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Lt. Darrell O'Neal said
    investigators are aware of the similarities between Colomb's slaying
    and Christine Moore's disappearance and killing in May.

    "At this time there has been no evidentiary connection" between the
    two crimes, he said.

    Moore, an LSU graduate student, was last seen on May 23.

    Her abandoned car was found days later and her skeletal remains were
    found June 16. Her body had been left in a wooded area next to a River
    Road church near the East Baton Rouge and Iberville parish lines.

    East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner Dr. Louis Cataldie said Moore appears
    to have died from a blow to the head.

    The autopsy found a "line fracture" of the skull. Cataldie said that
    force could have come from being hit with a blunt object or a fist, or
    from being slammed against a wall.

    The finding does not rule out the possibility of other injuries that
    would not be detectable by examining her bones, he said. Lafayette
    Parish Sheriff's spokesman Craig Stansbury said Thursday that his
    department has used DNA evidence to eliminate one case from the serial
    killer file.

    In January 2001, 29-year-old Cennea Guidry was found dead in a ditch
    near her suburban Lafayette home. She'd been beaten to death. The case
    remains open.

    A sample of DNA evidence from the scene did not match DNA evidence
    from the serial killings, Stansbury said.

    "We still have suspects, but not enough evidence to do anything with
    right now," Stansbury said.

    Detectives have also eliminated the deaths of two Lafayette women from
    serial-killer consideration.

    In August 1994, 29-year-old Jappari Salters was found dead in a ditch
    in Scott. She'd died from a blow to the head.

    Two months later, hunters found the decomposed body of 30-year-old
    Sandra Cobb near Carencro. Dental records were needed to identify the
    woman.

    Stansbury said detectives had a suspect they believed killed both Cobb
    and Salters. But before they could get an arrest warrant for murder,
    the man committed suicide.

    The two women's cases technically remain open, Stansbury said.

    Another Lafayette woman, Lisa Pate, 35, was found dead underneath some
    boards behind a house near Church Point in Oct. 1999. Forensics expert
    Mary Manheim had to help identify the skeletal remains.

    Lt. Keith Latiolais of the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office said that
    case remains active, though he said detectives do not believe the case
    is connected to the serial killings.

    Investigators have a suspect in Pate's death, but he's already in jail
    for an unrelated offense, Latiolais said.

    That same month, in Oct. 1999, a hunter in St. Martin Parish found the
    badly decomposed body of 24-year-old Danielle Thibodeaux of Breaux
    Bridge.

    "They still have not been able to determine the cause of death," said
    Capt. Audrey Thibodeuax of the St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office
     
  10. ktgirl

    ktgirl Verified College Instructor

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    Let me preference this by saying typing it makes me sick....

    Could BSL have placed Mickey somewhere immediately after her death, gone to NOLA for medical care, got nervous and moved her body (and came into contact with poison ivy and further hurt his finger that Oschner had provided cared for in the process), and then gone to Opelousas General for treatment for poison ivy and the finger?

    And could he have moved the body from wherever he initially placed it to Atlanta, TX in that time frame? Or could he even have placed it the second time in Acadia Parish or near his home but then removed it again much later (and after the visit to Opelousas General) to bring it to Atlanta, TX before burning his truck four hours away an hour outside of Spring?

    Hope that makes sense.

    ETA: I hate that I want this body in Texas to be Mickey even though how far it is from Spring makes it unlikely just because I want her family to have her remains. NOW. And for this to be the worst day of BSL's life: indicted on 2 murder charges and Mickey's body found all in one day. (The worst say until he's found guilty, that is).
     
  11. jujube

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    It could be her I.D., or maybe her purse, or an article of clothing she was wearing when she disappeared.
     
  12. Ms.Jules

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    Very true, good post FoxFire
    Exactly my belief and thoughts...
     
  13. rkot

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    And did you read in the 1999 sex offense report that, if she said anything he would burn her house down. He had plenty of experience already with that.
     
  14. aussie_girl88

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    He went at least 12-13 years without being caught for murder that we know of. He must of felt very comfortable to commit more. Bsl must of been laughing the whole of 2000-2008 whilst in jail, they only got him on one charge. Does anyone know why he was a suspect is Lisa anyway?
     
  15. OceanMetTheSky

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    Maybe LE had certainty of Lisa Pate's death first with all of the evidence, and since Mickey is no where to be found or seen since her disappearance, they rule out any chance of her being alive since Lisa was found murdered even if they have not found blood, or a weapon.

    Is this possible?
     
  16. CajunSarah

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    I'd love to read articles from when Lisa disappeared and was found as well as those 2 girls found in the burned house.
     
  17. Backwoods

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    Also a true bill on the aggravated kidnapping.
     
  18. IMPondering

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    Or would the timeline have to do with him being molested as a child and given up for adoption. Not sure which came first. But refer to Kissy's postings on the KLFY link.

    http://www.facebook.com/KLFYTV10/posts/419278251445014?comment_id=4577716&offset=0&total_comments=56

    Sad Sad situation with no winners.

    God Bless you tonite Mickey dear.
     
  19. Foxfire

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    My candle will be lit at 10 PM for Mickey Schunick, Lisa Pate, and the many unknown victims...

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8smgWBDfjTQ"]Light The Fire Again - Brian Doerksen - YouTube[/ame]
     
  20. courtneyb

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    Since I, hate it though I may, believe that Mickey is already gone, I hope that it is her body too. I think, also, that BSL is a "scatterer", in terms of evidence. Bike at WB, trying to establish an alibi in Jeff Parish.. we know he was in Spring TX, at the very least. He wasn't afraid to travel and I think when Mickey is found, the little triangle of area that we KNOW he visited, may just open up a little bit more.
     
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