Found Deceased SC - Faye Marie Swetlik, 6, Cayce, 10 Feb 2020 #3

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  1. DAnthrplgst

    DAnthrplgst Active Member

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    I apologize in advance for the ghoulishness of this reply:

    They sometimes wait a couple of days after death to allow the body to go through rigor mortis (the full process takes approx. 24 hour post-mortem: body starts normal, approx 12 hours later the body is in full rigor and then approx 12 hours after that the body comes out of rigor). Letting the body go through rigor-mortis makes for an easier autopsy later.
     


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  5. KatzEye

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    Sure it is. The difference here is that MSM is the one doing the sleuthing, not a WS member. I know - splitting hairs.

    JMOO
     
  6. HaikuMommy

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    Keep coming back to how the police found evidence that immediately led them back to the woods to find Faye. I don't assume it led them to the specific PART of the woods, but just to the wooded area in general. That's not a huge wooded area, so they found her quickly. I'm thinking if the killer threw away items of Faye's, he might also have thrown away a shovel or anything else he wouldn't want police to find in his abode. Maybe the perp's shoes covered in mud and debris? Whatever it was, they immediately thought Faye was in the woods. The police specifically mentioned Faye's items because that's what proves the link, but that doesn't mean this is all they found. I'll be curious to see what comes out.
     
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    sillybilly Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    ADMIN NOTE:

    CT has NOT been officially named a POI or suspect by LE. The investigation is ongoing. MOD and/or COD will be crucial in determining whether CT is the perp and whether anyone else is involved. How can we make this any more clear?

    from the presser transcript provided upthread by Johnny Chicago (Thank You !!)


    [...]Yes ma'am, so I just I want to clarify we do still have an open investigation that right now what we are looking at is just what i gave you, but because we don't have any suspects now, we want to make sure there's not anyone else involved in The Disappearance of Faye Marie Swetlik [...]

    Please read The Rules and do not continue to question this on the thread. If you have a question about moderation or The Rules, PM a Mod or Admin and we will clarify.

    Thanks.


     
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  8. UnderstandBlue

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    Makes me sad that it even has to be discussed that a small child could play in front of her home and have that be the thing that leads to her death.

    I live in a moderately safe place, where I'd think kids could play out front like I did, but I not only think it's not the case now, I think it's never been. We were just lucky. I listen to too many podcasts to think that Johnny Gosch was safer than I was or that I was safer than Faye was.

    I'm glad my mom could try to do all the things moms need to do in that small amount of time we were being kids outside, but I don't think I was safer than any other kid ever :(.
     
  9. insearchoflight

    insearchoflight Well-Known Member

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    Chill guys. Most likely the deceased male will be named a suspect or the perp shortly. You can go ahead and sleuth away just don’t post it until LE officially names him.
     
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  10. bestill

    bestill It's a Disney Day for SC Inmate 00378074

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    If this were the case then the time of death would be later in the week for both parties, correct?
     
  11. Irmese

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    Best idea I've seen so soon after a child's disappearance.
     
  12. insearchoflight

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    They found critical evidence in the trash bin. A wooded area is near the trash bin, seems logical to me that you would search that area. I don’t think you need a flashing red sign pointing to the wooded area to make a connection. LE went ahead and checked the wooded area after finding evidence in nearby trash bin.
     
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    I live about a hour away from Cayce and my neighborhood is single family homes suburbs not townhomes. Either way, we basically all parent (feed and watch out for) any kid in the neighborhood you see around. We let them ride bikes all over, build forts, and play in the creek mostly unsupervised. There is always some trusted adult nearby. I’ll admit when Faye was abducted this week, I’ve kept a tighter rein. We’re lulled into feeling safe.
     
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    Of course they will. They will go over everything of his with a fine tooth comb.
     
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    Well, the police said the evidence specifically led them to the woods. Finding a boot or a shirt wouldn't necessarily lead you to specifically to the woods (rather than say, someone's closet where a body might be stashed temporarily) -- especially if they'd already extensively searched the woods. Fresh mud on a perfectly good pair of shoes thrown in the trash would send you straight to the woods, though.
     
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  16. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    ^^sbm

    It was reported that autopsies will be conducted on 2/15/20.

    ^^sbm

    Also reported that Churchill Heights is a neighborhood with many children and typical for them to walk to/from school, play outside, and a place where parents feel safe allowing their kids to trick-or-treat. It was not unusual for an adult not to be present at all times. during outdoor play. Having also grown up in a neighborhood with this type of freedom, I'm shattered for this family and community. MOO
     
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    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    Adam Myrick‏ @AdamThePIO
    The man found dead in Churchill Heights, Coty Taylor, was interviewed by law enforcement officers during the search for Faye Swetlik, according to @Cayce_DPS @antleyevan. Officers also searched Taylor’s home as part of their work inside the subdivision earlier this week.

    11:35 AM - 14 Feb 2020

    Adam Myrick‏ @AdamThePIO
    Antley says male who was found dead in Churchill Heights lived near Faye Swetlik. Autopsy on male body expected tomorrow.

    9:06 AM - 14 Feb 2020
     
  18. insearchoflight

    insearchoflight Well-Known Member

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    That’s just it. I think the fact that evidence was found at all, led them to search nearby woods. We will get our answers soon.
     
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    The cops were following the garbage trucks, tearing open every bag and looking in every can. The item was seen as it was being put into the truck.
     
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    Many many years ago a child in my neighborhood disappeared. Once the body was found they realized he'd been hit by a car. The person who was driving had been drinking and (obviously IMO) made the horrible choice to hide his body rather than call 911. What if something like this happened? Not sure it wouldn't have been witnessed in the neighborhood. Just thinking about scenarios. MOO
     
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