LA - Mickey Shunick, 21, Lafayette 19 May 2012 - #31

Discussion in 'Mickey Shunick General Discussion Threads' started by bessie, Jun 25, 2012.

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  1. BunnyHop

    BunnyHop Former Member

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  2. reedus23

    reedus23 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for going back and sifting through those threads deja....I'm afraid to ask how long that took you....but thanks again.
     
  3. justwannahelp

    justwannahelp Well-Known Member

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    kgeaux, today they identified the boy on the ICE thread and rescued the little girl too. because they are under age, they aren't releasing their names. it was related to a child pornography ring. ugh. i can barely type those words. so so so sad and disturbing.
     
  4. jennapuppy

    jennapuppy Well-Known Member

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    I see either a german shepherd, a husky, or a huge raccoon. LOL
    I asked my daughter what she saw - my daughter knows nothing about this case or the DWT.

    Her answer: a human being with light blonde hair. I had a slight freak-out when she said that. I absolutely do not see Mickey in that picture, but I understand that some do.
     
  5. bessie

    bessie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Yes. It's a tedious process, but you can use filters to reveal the colors in a b&w image.
     
  6. reedus23

    reedus23 Well-Known Member

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    So ACI are you still actively searching on your own or is it strictly limited to your limited web presence? Just curious and don't feel like you have to answer.
     
  7. reedus23

    reedus23 Well-Known Member

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    Amazing. Thanks.
     
  8. A.C.I

    A.C.I Private Investigator

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    Not working on it at all anymore
     
  9. jennapuppy

    jennapuppy Well-Known Member

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    I just wanted to thank you for sharing your theory with us. It's an interesting observation, and I appreciate the time it took for you to show it to us.
     
  10. MLE

    MLE New Member

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    I own a Mossberg 500 pistol grip variety, and I think the one in the photo may be the same model.

    What I don't like is how the gun is buckled up like that in the seat. I feel like the average Joe riding with it for defensive purposes would be more likely to have it in the passenger side floorboard with the handle leaning up toward the driver's side, for quicker access. If someone is paranoid enough to be riding around with a shotgun, they should want quick access, not having to waste valuable time during an emergency unbuckling the seatbelt. It's like it's not there to be available to respond to an emergency, but to be casually unbuckled when the opportunity arises.
     
  11. fairest of them all

    fairest of them all New Member

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    Yes, another possible scenario that satisfies those with the theory that bike is possibly under truck and Mickey. Isn't......and also satisfies those with the theory that its impossible by the laws of physics that she could have been hit on bike from behind and ended up under the sign......and also satisfies those with the theory about the rear taillights being stolen and arson and stolen pressure washer possibly being related.

    Moo.
     
  12. A.C.I

    A.C.I Private Investigator

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    I think it's meant to be a joke. "Riding shotgun". There is a shotgun riding shotgun
     
  13. EBR

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    I see a big black dog as well. I'm squinting really hard though and I can't see a darth vader helmet!! Wish I could.
     
  14. Allusonz

    Allusonz New Member

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    Ok this 2 year P.I. stuff I have to address.

    Getting a P.I. license is much more than 2 years of fraud investigation contrary to comments posted previously. If an individual was a P.I. previous to this, they had the ability to "grandfather" so to speak in. That would not of been the case for A.C.I.

    For state licensing you must submit "Logs" with the application and the logs must cover a variety of investigative criteria and is indeed longer than 2 years. These logs must as well be "verified". These are the "Minimum Requirements" which you will note does not even include the "Agency License" requirements. This information can be seen at the link I provided.

    I have not even included the entire application procedures/requirements just the bare minimum.

    Feel free to browse the legalities involved :)

    MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSING


    "Private investigation agency license" issued to any person or entity, as defined in RS 37:3503 (8), where the individual seeking license or the partner of the partnership seeking licensure or the principle corporate officer of the corporation seeking license (i) has at least three (3) years experience within the last ten (10) years either working as a private investigator or in an investigative capacity and (ii) satisfies all other requirements for licensing.




    If you are forming your own company, planning to work independently, or going to do contract work for others, you must apply for an Agency level license. This license will allow you to work for yourself and for other agencies. You must fill out the INDIVIDUAL APPLICATION and the AGENCY APPLICATION. You also need:
    • Any person applying for agency must show documentation of 3 years investigative experience per R.S. 3507.2 (A)(1)(a)
    • A fully complete application. Please print or type. Fill out the three-page (3) Individual Information, the two-page Agency Application, and the attached forms and requested information as listed below. While incorporation is not required, if you choose to incorporate, please furnish copies of your Articles of Incorporation
    • Occupational License for your agency physical address.
    • One 5" x 7" color glossy, original photograph. Please review the Application package example and submit a similar photo. A close-up shot of your head and shoulders with white or light-colored background is preferred. No other photo/image will be accepted.
    • Two FBI fingerprint cards in the Application package.
      See instructions regarding fingerprints.
      Please fill out the 2 Criminal Identification information forms submitted in the application packet.
    • Enclose a copy of your driver's license with the application."
    http://www.lsbpie.com/
     
  15. reedus23

    reedus23 Well-Known Member

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    I'm saddened to hear that. One less pair of eyeballs and boots on the ground.
     
  16. K.jill

    K.jill Atlanta, GA

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    What is that type of gun used for? Hunting,le,protection, long range shots or short range?
     
  17. Mahouston69

    Mahouston69 Digital Imaging Specialist

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    You can realistically "colorize" black and white images in a multitude of Adobe Photoshop ways-you cannot determine or "develop" extract actual color from a black and white image. That I am aware of and I have extensive experience with Adobe Photoshop.

    On that same note:
    I imported the images of Mickey alone on St. Landry and the Z71 on St. Landry into Adobe Photoshop. I enlarged both images so I could see the center pixel(s) of both the light on her bike and the hotly debated light under the truck. Adobe Photoshop color picker tells me that the html notation of what I determine to be that center pixel of those lights in both images is: ffffee
    For the layman that might not be significant, but I edit and create graphic images on an almost daily basis. When doing websites by html or trying to use exact matching colors and fonts on a graphic, you want to match html notation (color, density, hue, saturation etc)

    My Adobe Photoshop says: The bike light on Mickey's bike is the same light under the truck, in my professional opinion. (Before you direct me: I have emailed the mods to be verified as a professional)

    I believe the original images that LE released are too low quality and/or specific items are obscured on purpose. Therefore, I cannot see a "bike". I cannot see a mangled bike. I cannot see a body. I cannot see "Mickey". Anywhere in this photo! What I can tell you is that the same light source on her bike is under the truck. Specifically. We can speculate that Mickey is further down St. Landry but we have no photo proof or eye witness, no verified proof.

    We can speculate Mickey is under the truck, in the truck, standing next to the truck (she is short like me. I can't see over the hood of just about any truck out there.) bent over next to the truck, in the bed of the truck, out of camera view 20 ft in front of the truck. We have no photo proof to determine that. I assure you I am not insane, or making wild speculations. I am trying to give helpful, sleuthful information that helps find Mickey. I apologize if my opinions offend(ed) anyone.
     
  18. BunnyHop

    BunnyHop Former Member

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    Shameless bump for everyone out there.

    :cheers:
     
  19. Soulmagent

    Soulmagent Well-Known Member

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    Umm..:waitasec:

    I guess they need to be investigated because they are not being truthful?? So doesnt that really mean you just have extra crap to verify?
     
  20. Trista_mb

    Trista_mb New Member

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    I also have been saying that from the beginning. It looks as though it is open and the driver is out( half out?) looking over the hood. It would account for us not being able to 'see the driver'.
     
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