Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by moonriverfarm, Mar 15, 2019.
How do we know the friend hasn’t given a statement to LE?
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Is there a MSM link for this information?
No, the only MSM links are the wife's statements. There is absolutely NO corroborating evidence on anything involving Tyler made available by LE or others. The police have stated in MSM links in this thread that there is ZERO physical evidence.
Thank you! Then the posts discussing the information will have to be removed.
The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
Only per LE information, IIRC.
I would expect that the Uber driver would have been interviewed by now and im pretty confident he would back up the timings of BD, but maybe he would have different thoughts on his passengers demeanor at the time, who knows.
I agree LE has talked to the Uber driver and still LE has not provided a last seen place or time. This tells me they do not know.
We can continue to discuss information from the public FB that was received prior to the FB going private? Correct? Information posted by the admins.
Edit: to add calcification regarding Public FB admins.
If there was a witness statement that was admissible that would be considered evidence. The police have said there is "zero evidence". So either the "friend" didn't give a statement at all to LE or his statement was such that it was not admissible as evidence because it didn't prove or disprove any known facts in the case.
Thanks. I must’ve missed where the police said there was zero evidence.
If there was a copy of the 911 tape made when Tyler Davis went missing do you have to link the tape here to comment on it?
It was in one of the earlier links in this thread and it's also been reported in the Missing Persons Network Facebook page, which has a quote from LE I can't link here as it's not MSM news.
No. And in my opinion..not many people apologize while drunk.
I have followed many missing persons cases and this one is very strange to me because of the public reaction. It seems really obvious to me that a drunk man wandered off, got lost and unfortunately perished. We have seen it dozens of time even in very populated areas.
I did listen to all the wife’s interviews and even if some of the details are “off”, to me it doesn’t change the outcome of what happened to Tyler.
My opinion aside, does anyone think public has been disproportionately accusatory in this case?
I do not followed this case on FB. Once a FB account becomes private and you have to join, I am out. I do not find that to be a productive way to help find a missing person but when I read the news and the FB post before it became private, there are lots of unanswered questions. There is not enough information to suspect anyone but there is not enough information to rule anyone out either. I am hopeful LE has interviewed everyone and are working to find out what happened.
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Also , I'm I the only one who's noticed the similarities between this disappearance and the Brian Shafer disappearance ? In both instances, there are 2 men and one woman out on the town. The missing men were both drunk. The missing men were both very tired, TD from long hours at work, BS from med school exams. The male friends' behaviours are dubious at best. They even started the evenings with trips to a Lone Star Steakhouse. I'm weirded out now.
Where's the body then? It's been a few months. There's no real major body of water nearby either, and the few ponds in the area have been searched. Yes, we do see this happen, but the body shows up .
And yes, the public has been way too accusatory in this case. I was guilty of it myself early in a Reddit thread. But I totally believe BD now and believe she has held nothing back. She is right to point out that she doesn't write the news stories. The reporters are the ones who choose to include what they want, and blaming her for what we think is missing is just plain dopey.
That’s the million dollar question. I was on a search last year for a man missing in our city. He had been missing for a month, having walked away from a bar at night. I never thought for a minute we were looking for a body, just maybe clothes or his phone. The area we were looking was in the middle of the city, with plenty of foot traffic. But, his body was found in shallow water in an area that was almost not searched. I also remember a case where a man was in a car accident and was seen running away from the scene. They searched and searched the area but couldn’t find him. Some time later, his remains were found not too far away in a drainage pipe where he had wedged himself. Obviously, I have no idea what has happened in this case,
I find this case fascinating and I really hope it comes to a resolution soon for Tyler and his family, especially his child. That poor baby needs his dad.