- Mar 2, 2009
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now THAT is an interesting thought I had not considered as yet. hmmm, wondering how likely it is that Banika wouldn't recognize her daughter's voice. Food for thought. Thanks Cubby.
a thought ocurrs. Earlier in the thread yesterday or the day before, I saw folks discussing quotes from Banika and a cousin (I think) of Bianca's. It seems they were asked what Bianca said to them and they responded with something that seemed odd.
They said something like. "words" "just words"
for those of you familiar with the interview I am referencing: Were they describing a conversation with her by telephone or the last conversation in person (like at the b-day party)? TIA to any who can answer this for me.
While I don't find it suspicious in any way that Mom has not talked to Dad about Bianca's "kidnapping", I do find it astonishing...I don't think I would be able to do anything BUT talk/grill him about it...JMO
three weeks ago I would have said no one. Til some older gentelman actually followed me, out of his way, for about six blocks til I reached my destination. He wanted to let me know one of my brake lights was not functioning, nor was my right turn signal.
So it does happen, but not frequently I would bet. And really, tail light or no, DL's whole story, start to finish, is fishy fishy fishy to me.
"No mobile sources found." ullhair:
Hmmm well I'm disappointed, there really was nothing new mentioned that was not talked about in the 5pm report so you didn't miss anything.
I'm not sure; I assumed it meant that the video format wasn't compatible with whatever's on my iPad, but I never saw that particular message before. In any case, nothing was loading or buffering.
I haven't seen this video but have wondered if there were any cell phone pings like we've heard about in other missing person cases. It's possible that DPD is keeping this information close to the vest, but I have not heard or read anything about any of the parties having cell phones. jmo
Channel 4 news at 4:00: Oh, man! Methinks things are heating up for D'Andre Lane. He spent some time talking with DPD this afternoon and didn't look like a happy camper. DL and his attorney, along with an unidentified female showed up at the house on Mitchell Street - where DL has not been staying for several days - to pick up some clothes, and they were unable to enter the house because D'Andre no longer has house keys that were with the car keys that have been confiscated. WDIV reporter asks if DL is being characterized as a suspect or person of interest. Terry Johnson closes his eyes (avoidance?), then responds, "He's being characterized as cooperating." DL will only say what we've heard him say previously - that people shouldn't be focusing on him or what is being said in the media but should focus on finding Bianca.
I hope video will be available shortly at www.clickondetroit.com so you can see this report for yourselves! The toaster oven is ready
Still no sign of Bianca, a little girl nicknamed “Bacon.” She’s a 2 year old, her sister says, who is very particular. "She always used to be falling down on the ground every time she don't get her way."
Bxxxx (my censor, minor child) says she eats a lot, and her favorite foods are oranges and bacon.
Why wouldn't he go to the nearest house to call 911 if his BABY WAS IN THE CAR? I know it's Detroit, but even if they didn't want to let a strange black man in their house, why wouldn't they call 911 for him?