- Jan 3, 2005
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The poor family dog at the end of the interview with Grandma looks more sad and lost than any of the actual family members, he's still looking for her....
Yes, they do. But not all POI's are suspects, and some may be confused about the difference between the two. LE rarely ever names a suspect until they have found and arrested them. But a POI can also be merely someone who may have information about a case, but not be directly involved.
It would help considerably if Myra could be found. Until they have some idea of where she is and what happened to her, they can't really charge anybody with a crime, because they have no proof either way, that we know of. I really believe they have a pretty good handle on this case, but are just biding their time until they have enough evidence to arrest someone. Or someone breaks and starts talking. I could be wrong, of course. It may turn out that mom and dad really don't know anything, and are completely innocent. We just have to hope they can get it figured out, and soon.
FWIW... LE technically HAS stated that there are suspects in this case. They just haven't actually stated any one person by their name, except for Ericka Lewis's name.
First, I am truly sorry about your brother and his wife.
I only stated that someone else who came in contact with Myra the day she disappeared had an arrest record too. It was relivant. No accusation. No bashing. It's public information.
So much emphasis has been put on one parent's past crimes from early on. It's been picked apart. Opinions of guilt or lack thereof have been made in this thread.
Then suddenly I discover this seemingly obvious fact that stands on its own and which is public record. Not that I am a genius, it came up in google for public records. Somebody got upset that I posted it. Probably every person already knew it besides me.
Why be so forward about one party while protecting the other?
Or maybe it's social dynamics here at this board. I don't play. Humbly.
I have been victim friendly.
That is correct. A POI and suspect are not always the same thing. Many times a POI is named and then an arrest is made. The comment was made that we will not see a POI in this case, but only an arrest because they do not declare POI's in Madison County, which was the reason for comment.
The missing poster that is put out for Myra just says she's 2 years old. Does anyone know her birthday? Was she just now 2 or closer to 3?