Found Deceased MA - Jassy Correia, 23, last seen at club Venu, phone shut off, Boston, Suffolk Co., 24 Feb 2019

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  1. inmyhumbleopinion

    inmyhumbleopinion #NeverGivingUp

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    The article has been updated with a correction:

    “Correction: Officials in California initially told Boston 25 News the plates had been stolen in 2017. However, officials clarified to say the application for replacement plates was filed in 2017 and the plates were actually reported stolen in 2016. This story has been updated.” (BBM)
    Jassy Correia Murder: Louis Coleman's car had California plates stolen in 2016
     
  2. HayLouise

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    NEW: In court motion, the head of the Federal Public Defender's Office in Boston is asking that Louis Coleman is provided with two lawyers, including one “learned in the law applicable to capital cases.”

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  3. Beekarina

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    Do we know who the Buick belongs to? This is a crazy development!

    I was under the impression California has strict inspection and it's annual? As is registration? So wouldn't these plates be out of sync with any stickers on the vehicle? Seems like an even bigger potential risk to drive around with old plates. Someone would eventually notice...Right?

    Coleman is very hard to understand....
     
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    That means they think it might be a DP case I guess?
     
  5. cvaldez1975

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    I feel like he usually drove with his own plates and kept these pinch hitters for when he was doing nefarious things.
     
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  7. inmyhumbleopinion

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    This (BBM) is probably what prompted the reporter with Boston 25 to contact the California DMV:

    “Walmart video captured images of Coleman and the red sedan. Research on the plate number showed it was a 2016 Buick registered to his mother in California. A footnote on the affidavit says ‘The California registration plate number is known to law enforcement.‘“ (BBM)
    Federal charges could bring death penalty in kidnapping case

    Here is a screenshot of page 6 of the arrest warrant affidavit with the footnote at the bottom of the page:

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    Also, the following article and the affidavit both state:
    “... Coleman does not have a vehicle registered to his name ....”
    Timeline: Here's what authorities allege happened in the Jassy Correia case | Boston.com
     
  8. StarEyes

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    Thanks! And now, it’s been changed to 2016! This dude might have been cruising around throwing these plates on the car if/when he was doing nefarious activities...for 3 years!!! This will be interesting to see if he’s got past victims.... JMO.
     
  9. StarEyes

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    Exactly what I thought, too. He certainly fits the bill for DP.
     
  10. EmmaRose

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    Yes, he does and I hope he gets it.
     
  11. cybervampira

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  12. Blueberry2720

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    That's what the perp in the Closs case did - switched license plates.
     
  13. Plo_Koon

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    When it comes to Bundy, he may not have been completely careful, but he had a lot of things working in his favor from a technological standpoint amongst other things. In the 70s, there weren't surveillance cameras on every street corner and store front. There wasn't license plate readers and such at toll booths. Also, in the 60s and 70s, hitchhiking was a much more acceptable practice then it is these days. MUCH more acceptable. If you took Ted Bundy (even with his good looks and his ability to smoothly talk his way through most situations) and dropped him smack dab in 2019 in his "prime murdering years" (if that's such a thing), I highly doubt that he would be able to commit one murder without becoming a pretty instant person of interest and most of that would all stem from technology/surveillance advances over the years.
     
  14. happyday

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    I totally agree with this. It would be tons harder to be a serial killer these days with the technology.

    O/T I like your quote! I just got around to watching Westworld. Not quite finished w/season 1 & I really like it!
     
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    Thanks! It's always nice to find a fellow Westworld fan. All I can really say without spoiling things is that once you finish Season 1, please start watching Season 2 ASAP. It's so great. I swear, it's like a really good book sometimes in that it's hard to put down. Ed Harris is so amazing in his role.
     
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    That's an interesting theory!
     
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