Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by hollye, Jun 16, 2021.
Are all missing children cases criminal? I'm not sure.
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The information I'm seeking specifically is not there.I already checked.
eg Facebook- all text convos on all relevant phones requested, IMMEDIATELY, within the first few hours.
What makes them comply, if they do?
I wonder when she last ate some real food?
Did she have breakfast?
Did she have a snack?
Did she have lunch?
If she didn't, she probably last ate the night before?
If the boys were home alone as CB said then they might not have stayed inside all day. So if there was a kidnapper lurking around maybe the kidnapper saw them and decided to take the smallest one.
Then CB, CH, and SW arrive. But, the kidnapper sees an opportunity when a little one comes outside and is alone. So, the little one is taken.
Therefore, the kidnapper had all day to plan this out not only the "two minutes" CB said she left SW alone. Perhaps the kidnapper thought SW was a boy, perhaps the kidnapper didn't care if she was a boy or a girl.
Idk, this is a difficult and confusing case.
There are gaping holes in the timeline and then times when someone gets things done very quickly (30 minutes to do an apparently huge amount of clothes.)
We know what kind of slushie everyone got. Therefore I do think it's strange that we know nothing about food except some groceries were purchased that included milk and cheese.
Again, i am only talking about 6/15 and no other day.
We can't know what the boys ate because maybe that would reveal where they were. Perhaps, as almost unbelievable as it seems, we can't know what SW ate because it would reveal where she was (at that time, before she went missing).
Such as what if SW didn't leave bright and early with CB and CH. Maybe CB drove back and got her (theory). Maybe they ate breakfast at home, but there wasn't room in the timeline to make that possible before they left. So, the breakfast (for example, could be lunch idk) is just dropped.
It's just weird it's all the meals get dropped out of the narrative of 6/15.
And no one say "we don't know when they went to the bathroom either". Most people don't tell other people when they went to the bathroom, also it takes much less time. And we even know the CB took SW to the bathroom at A's place. So, there's one time when CB and/or SW could have used the bathroom since they were literally in a bathroom.
I think for safety reasons, they all start out criminal until LE gets more information such as because of miscommunication, a custodial parent picked up the child on the wrong day.
the 30 minutes to do the laundry was merely Mrs CM speculating. I was wondering whether she had a super fast machine or something, these were jeans she was washing, hardly a quick wash with 4 children and a messy husband.
And yet, According to H, who said CW told him, the boys went to work with DW, so there's that.
But CW said "Boys are locked in, nobody in, nobody out"
Too many inconsistencies in the timeline, IMO
Also-- the phone call from DW to CW-- stranger in yard, trying to "touch" the kids.
HOW DID HE KNOW ?? Unless he was there ?? JMO
Here are a few examples where platforms discuss emergency requests. It would seem once the Amber Alert was triggered, that would support these scenarios. However that is only my opinion. I am not sure what the turn around time would be in an emergency classification (though I suspect quick given the scenario examples), or if it would cover all user content, etc.
Google fine print:
If we reasonably believe that we can prevent someone from dying or from suffering serious physical harm, we may provide information to a government agency — for example, in the case of bomb threats, school shootings, kidnappings, suicide prevention, and missing persons cases. We still consider these requests in light of applicable laws and our policies.
Facebook Emergency Request:
In responding to a matter involving imminent harm to a child or risk of death or serious physical injury to any person and requiring disclosure of information without delay, a law enforcement official may submit a request through the Law Enforcement Online Request System. Note: We will not review or respond to requests submitted by non-law enforcement officials. Users aware of an emergency situation should immediately and directly contact local law enforcement officials.
TikTok Emergency Request:
Q: What type of scenarios would constitute an emergency?
All emergency disclosure requests undergo a case-by-case assessment and each request will be evaluated by our law enforcement response team based on its particular circumstances. However, the following are some examples that may constitute an emergency:
Cases of child safety and exploitation;
Suicide and self-injury scenarios;
Imminent threats of violence; or
Natural or man-made disaster situations (such as fires, floods, earthquakes, etc)
@2.curious , we have no idea what CB and SW did between 8 and 10 besides sit in the truck and drive to H's. Maybe that is all they did during that time, idk.
My laundry takes two hours. That's just washing, no drying.
I'm also curious if Summer's bathing suit, shorts and the new jacket were washed that day.
And if CB's and grandma's clothes they wore that day, were washed as well.
If the boys were home how would get out if there was fire if everything was locked up and no getting out.
That is EXACTLY what I was looking for.
I found it on the Jason Landry case, not long ago and I just went blank on search terms.
Thanks very very much.
two hours would take them up to much later if they waited for cycle to finish. Maybe the time was spent collecting and sorting it and one it started they went to grandmother's place to plant flowers etc.
they could open basement door. Even Summer could open it from inside, DW said, which is probably what happened if she actually went to basement.
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Maybe they have a machine that does quick washes. I have a setting that does an eco wash in just under an hour and pretty sure there’s other settings that are even shorter - just never use them. If you’re being careful about energy use (and cost) or in a rush for whatever reason, some machines could certainly do a short cycle.
Did they wait for the cycle to finish?
Or does doing laundry mean sorting and putting a load of wash in the machine?
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