Discussion in 'Identified!' started by Romulus, Feb 17, 2018.
I'll be your Huckleberry.. emm sure I will..
Thank you, Shin!
DDP updated their pinned post today to announce that she's been identified!
I can't seem to find anything. Does she have a name or is the name withheld?
it's pending announcement
DDP has her listed as identified under their case updates! I guess they’ll announce it after Orange Sock’s press conference!
Hooray! Thank you for the update.
The reporter had moved to a different city since the story broke and hasnt been keeping tabs, Im sure we will hear soon if they do announce..
No, her NamUs is down for reason... There were questions today on DDP fb pages with regards to this and they have stated they going to release information about her case in two days.
(Whatever the information might be...)
Edit: to add - here is link to her case on DDP fb page - 2-3 questions about this and an answer are at the end, showing as newest comments - DNA Doe Project
.. For the happiest of reasons!
But I will still rely on LE, DDP, or any other reliable source to bring us these updates or confirmations than hearsay or websites that can easily be edited by practically anyone and their grandmother.
Of course, but just to let you know the answer (which I have linked to in previous post) on official DDP fb page was provided by Margaret Press herself, the founder of DDP .
So, official update yesterday was that there will be update on the case released in two days. (well, now one day to go)
Speaking of updates... DDP just posted:
"The DNA Doe Project has made a positive identification in the case of Philadelphia Jane Doe. We’re unable to share details at this time while the investigation is pending.
We thank DNA Solutions, Inc., Dr. Gregory Magoon for bioinformatics, GEDmatch, FTDNA, and our team of dedicated DDP volunteers.
We extend our appreciation and condolences to the family for their cooperation and assistance during this painful time.
Anyone with information on this case should contact:
Philadelphia County Medical Examiner’s Office
Seth Ditizio, Medicolegal Death Investigator
See our previous post for information on this case: DNA Doe Project
Nothing. I guess they're still working on the suspects.
You're not forgotten, chica.
I guess there haven't been updates yet?
We may never know. Sometimes the family does not want to release the info of who she was to the public.
The family only gets to decide when they are a victim of natural causes or suicide. Since PJD is a victim of homicide, her name will eventually be released.