OK OK - Jamison Family; Truck, IDs and Dog Found Abandoned, 8 Oct 2009 - #11

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  1. bessie

    bessie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Found remains could belong to missing Okla. family
    Paradise Lost: Bobby Sherilynn Jamison
    NCMEC Poster - http://www.missingkids.com/missingk...seNum=1134094&orgPrefix=NCMC&searchLang=en_US


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  3. future criminologist

    future criminologist Active Member

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    What does everyone think of this statement in an article that came out 25 minutes ago? (BBM)

    http://www.newson6.com/story/24002465/osbi-say
     
  4. BunnyHop

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    This is my question, snipped>


    The Jamisons planned to leave their nice lakeside home and buy a plot of land in the mountains and live in metal shipping containers. They wanted to get away from it all. But why? They had a beautiful home. They had several time shares around the US and Mexico. The had newer vehicles and lived well above their means of social security disablilty."

    http://keepthesearchalive.wordpress.com/2012/01/12/missing-jamison-family/

    Neither worked, both on disability. Where did the $$ come from? $32,000 cash? Late model cars? Lakeside home?
     
  5. Equinista

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    No evidence of drug use was ever found.
     
  6. kalekona

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    Sadly it sounds like maybe they got lost and died of exposure. I mean a murder suicide would still be foul play right?
     
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    Is it known weather the family received a settlement from the car accident? And/or back pay from disability?
     
  8. EmiLove832

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    I'm curious if the tote seen taken with them on the video was that recovered near the bodies. That'll be an indicator of foul play if it is missing. I suppose wild life could have hauled it off but how far could it have gone?
     
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    Due to the terrain and the distance (see mtrooper's earlier posts on the matter) I'm doubting exposure or murder-suicide. Yet the latter would be my pick - except for the location of the bodies. (And if so they should have found a weapon - which we don't know yet.)
     
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    If the reader is familiar with the so-called "last picture" (of Madyson), mentioned in at least one of the tv broadcasts (Sherilyn's friend finds it indicative of foul play), that was a point of much discussion over the years here. Whattaya think? Does the child look distressed? if so, do you think something was up, so to speak? Or is it just indicative of a tired child?

    Madyson Jamison
     
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    I still think they got lost. They might not have hiked to the other side of the mountain in one day, maybe it took them a week.
     
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    I don't think she looks distressed AT ALL! She looks like a normal kid telling a story or something.
     
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    I'm sort of neutral about it. If one looks at it for awhile one might tend to see distress - whether it's really there or is just in the beholder's mind - knowing that the child had gone missing.
     
  14. elmomom

    elmomom I may lean, but I sit on a fence

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    I wonder how they can rule out foul play so quickly if they have ruled it out?
     
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    It strikes me as a very premature sort of statement. I would guess it means no weapon was found and no visual markings of the bones suggested homicide (or murder-suicide). So what does that leave - died of exposure? What else could it mean? And, at this point - how do they know that definitively?
     
  16. elmomom

    elmomom I may lean, but I sit on a fence

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    I could understand the opposite, it is pretty easy to conclude there was foul play if there is distinct evidence such as bullets, gunshot wounds or other wounds to the bones... But if they were stabbed, or killed in some other manner that doesn't show on bones, or died of exposure, there doesn't seem to be a definite piece of evidence to discern which was the actual scenario, KWIM?
     
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    Maybe they died from bullets from Sheryl's pistol. :( Does murder-suicide fall under the category of foul play?

    Besides being extremely suspicious, people suffering from paranoid delusions are often resentful and very angry. They can become violent towards anyone (including loved ones) who they incorrectly decide is harming them or taking sides with their "enemies".

    Security cameras are common with drug dealers, but also common with those having persecutory delusions. These individuals believe something/someone is watching them and/or planning to attack them.
     
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    To me, Madyson just looks a little tired, cranky and cold. To me, I never saw anything sinister about the way Madyson looks here. To me, I think this was was taken shortly before whatever happened to the Jamison's happened. Thank's for the question, btw, love your posts wfgodot!

    I followed this almost from the beginning, though I wasn't a member until recently. I remember after the news of the McStay's being found, hoping and praying the Jamison's would be too! I was/am to use 'that' word, 'gobsmacked'!
     
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    I totally agree!!!
     
  20. elmomom

    elmomom I may lean, but I sit on a fence

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    I really think they would not classify murder suicide as "not foul play" sorry for the double negative. Let's rephrase- I would be shocked if any LE did not consider murder suicide as foul play.
     
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    maybe if it were double suicide?

    (first post from long time lurker, please be gentle! :blushing:)
     
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