Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Dalagali, Aug 20, 2017.
Yes, I see now. Thanks for clearing that up for me!
Well, what would these dogs be expected to do? You give them an article of clothing belonging to the missing person, the dogs sniff it, and then they are to go around the apartment sniffing (looking) for the missing person. So, if the person HAD been there, but was NO LONGER THERE, what do the dogs do? How do the dogs indicate that the missing person was ever even in the apartment at all?
I agree. I have seen enough cases on here that don't turn out well. I just can't fathom someone doing this. I wanted to come up with a positive, plausible outcome, because I don't want to think of the more possible one.
in the 90's in fresno, a woman pretended to be a translator (Sonia josefina saldana was her name) she hung around hospitals looking for Spanish speaking pregnant women. well she found one and told her she was going to give her a crib and kinapped her. she cut the baby out, dismembered the mom and dumped her in Tijuana and messed up and killed the baby. she showed up at the hospital saying she gave birth alone and they busted her. she killed herself in jail the day she was found guilty.
I will never understand this.
Are those out of state plates? Can't see them clearly.
I had a C-Section performed by very experienced doctors in a well equipped hospital and I remember them telling my husband not to look at the floor on his way out because there was so much blood. He glanced and said he was shocked by the amount. I tell this story only to highlight the extreme unlikelihood of someone not bleeding to death by having a "C-Section" performed by amateurs in a home setting.
They do what they are taught to do if they find the scent they had been shown on the piece of clothing. They might bark, or lie down next to the spot where they found the corresponding scent, or some similar indication. It doesn't matter if the person is still there or not.
When WH was arrested Thurs, he was taken in during a traffic stop (from press release). The BC was taken in from the apartment. (from press release)
A reporter asked about the surveillance and he was quickly gently admonished.
Soo, my question then is: When did 24/7 surveillance of these 2 Begin?
Link to Pressor for those just coming in ... http://www.valleynewslive.com/conte...Savanna-Greywind-investigation-441738703.html
They are Minnesota plates. I wonder if this is a stolen vehicle with stolen plates? Used for the crime and then abandoned?
not a bad article from the People magazine about the case....
For anyone who saw his facebook page, didn't it say he at some point lived in Minnesota?
my doc was ready to section me (lost fetal hr, but found it internally in the OR) and offered to vacuum him out. I didn't want a c section so he was vacuumed as I pushed.
off topic lol but not all docs will jump to c section.
There have been a hand full of cases where a woman performed a c section on herself and both mother and baby survived. But it's definitely rare and not to be recommended!
Notable case: Inés Ramírez Pérez in March 2000.
Hoping one of these geniuses turns on the other, and tells LE where Savannah is. In the pressor, he said neither of them are cooperating. Though they both acknowledged the baby is Savannah's child. Sadly this doesn't bode well
Agreed. Savanna would have needed medical attention if she had a natural birth (maybe stress-induced), but especially if she had a botched C-section.
bbm Will this make this a federal case?
I think it was one year and 2 years probation.
Yes, Moorhead, Minnesota.