MN - Jacob Wetterling, 11, St. Joseph, 22 Oct 1989 - #11

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  1. human

    human Well-Known Member

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    Interesting Tracker re the constant references to woodpiles and DR's pic on his FB holding a huge log.

    What's that all about?

    A big firepit like they have is filled with lime which is excellent for decomp.

    Tracker, that is really thought provoking
     
  2. Sasquatch321

    Sasquatch321 Well-Known Member

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    Then he goes home and attacks 14 government agencies over it. Who is playing devils advocate here.
     
  3. Sasquatch321

    Sasquatch321 Well-Known Member

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    Had DR had something like a war bunker around that woodpile since he was a kid. Is it possible some logs were removed to uncover the bunker again, DR then puts jacob in it and replaces the logs?

    Is this also why he would call 911 to accuse them of stealing wood, because if they had, they would find Jacob beneath it?
     
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    There was also a comment on his fb page someone talking about Dan's "famous woodpile" what's that about???


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  5. Sasquatch321

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    New questions

    What led LE towards the woodpile? Has the woodpile been turned upside down? Why has the woodpile grown as big as it has? Did LE seriously forget about this possibility in the 3rd search?
     
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    PLEASE PASS THIS AROUND TO EVERY MN PERSON YOU KNOW- FACEBOOK< EMAIL WEBSLEUTHS, ETC
    Stearns County Commissioner Mark Bromenschenkel made a verbal commitment to me at the Benton County Fair this past summer that if elected Stearns County Sheriff he would refer Josh's case -- which has taken the Stearns County Sheriff Department 12 years to fail to solve -- to the experts at the FBI.

    http://www.immelman.us/news/refer-joshua-guimond-case-to-fbi/
    http://www.findjoshua.com/find-joshua-message-board/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=126
     
  7. human

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    What about his relative POI? How will he handle that?
     
  8. Trackergd

    Trackergd SAR Search Manager and Footprint Tracker

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    Lime also reduces smell and why they put it in "out houses" and to cover bodies in mass graves before they are covered.

    I would have to ask a dog expert, but I wonder if lime would confuse a ground scent tracking dog? If it covers the smell, I would think it would really confuse an air scent dog.
     
  9. Trackergd

    Trackergd SAR Search Manager and Footprint Tracker

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    Once the case is turned over to the FBI, the case and the control of it are out of his hands, POI family member or not.
     
  10. human

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    Didn't the Sheriff see the sealed warrants? Aren't there tons of files in the Sheriff's office with totally secret from the public info?
     
  11. Jbrown324320

    Jbrown324320 Well-Known Member

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    Josh Guimond's case, not Jacob.
     
  12. human

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    But if he gets to be Sheriff he gets to see everything for EVERY case.

    How does that work.

    Sealed search warrants. Secret info on everyone.
     
  13. Jbrown324320

    Jbrown324320 Well-Known Member

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    is Bromenschenkel related to anyone we know?

     
  14. human

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    The Poi's mother is a B. So is B a nephew?
     
  15. Sasquatch321

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    That is not good information with DR being a current POI. IMO the family is very shut in and not helping the case to protect themselves.
     
  16. ELOCsoul

    ELOCsoul Verified Author - "Finding Jacob Wetterling"

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    Would a new sheriff in town really hurt the investigations of unsolved crimes?
     
  17. Trino

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    Do we suppose DR just happened to have lime laying around? Certainly, if he had purchased it, LE would be aware. I have heard no reference to a purchase.
     
  18. Sasquatch321

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    What is his or her willingness to work with the families and public that want to help? I think its very important.
     
  19. human

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    You may wish to read about B record.

    Is a relative of the POI with access to secret info desireable?
     
  20. human

    human Well-Known Member

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    As a matter of fact, he does have lime around. No purchase necessary

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood_ash


    For a long time wood ash has been used in agricultural soil applications as it recycles nutrients back to the land. Wood ash has some value as a fertilizer, but does not contain nitrogen. Because of the presence of calcium carbonate it acts as a liming agent and will deacidify the soil increasing its pH.[5]
     
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