GUILTY TX - Alanna Gallagher, 6, Saginaw, 1 July 2013 - #12

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  1. matou

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    Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/07/29/5038936/arlington-officer-shot-during.html#storylink=cpy
     


  2. jjenny

    jjenny Well-Known Member

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    That's an interesting development. If he had keys to other people cars/trucks, he could have used somebody's truck to dispose of the body, with the owner not having a clue this was done.
     
  3. Midwestmama78

    Midwestmama78 New Member

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    I'll give you my opinion, then.

    I think it's possible for one person to tightly wrap and belt a small body in a tarp, under certain circumstances. However, I think TH alone would have had real difficulty with this because of fear, panic, and a very tight time frame. I don't think he could have done it tightly and neatly on his own.:twocents:
     
  4. Brightbird

    Brightbird Active Member

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    So "police have found nothing pointing to an accomplice in the slaying" means that they may still be looking for an accomplice in getting rid of the body. IMO.
     
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    manzana Inactive

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    Good reading between the lines, however the search of all data so far does not point to that either.

    If an accomplice, it is one person that I can not speculate it may be.
     
  6. dandan08

    dandan08 New Member

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    So they've found no evidence of an accomplice having presumably gone through phone records, texts, his computer etc. He never accessed the Ford car/truck he had a spare key for as that didn't leave Babbling Brook. His car never left Babbling Brook. So that doesn't leave much other than mums car?
     
  7. jjenny

    jjenny Well-Known Member

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    As I understand it, his mother was at work. Police have to know where her car was. He could have had keys to other cars/trucks without the owners knowing anything.
     
  8. Midwestmama78

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    As I mentioned previously, how TH got Alanna from the murder site to where she was found is the big mystery to me now. Surely LE knows more than they're letting on.

    :waiting:
     
  9. Brightbird

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    Or is it saying that the data search also doesn't point to an accomplice in the slaying, staying vague as to whether he had help to move the body? Or did I miss something saying that the data search doesn't point to any accomplice at all? It could be just the way the reporter has worded it too that makes it seem ambiguous.

    In any case, I am slowly getting off the fence and starting to think he did it alone. That leaves me to think that he either stole or borrowed a car. He would have to be very discreet if he stole a car, but it seems he had a knack for that. I can imagine a scenario in which a friend comes over and TH makes up an excuse to borrow their car alone, but anyone innocently implicated should have come forward by now. If he left his street walking that would be on camera unless he jumped back fences. And the surveillance cameras would have seen if his mum's car came home and left again. Very odd.
     
  10. x_files

    x_files Well-Known Member

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    I agree, especially if it was a suicide note and he was about ready to pull the trigger before the cops came to the door.
    Or he wanted to suicide by cops.
    If there's no phone calls, or emails or any communication that day from his cell or computers then the accomplice was there that afternoon with him or stopped by without calling first or drove home from work.
    LE knows, we just don't know yet and it's going to drive us nuts.
    I want the accomplice off the streets.
     
  11. Ladylub

    Ladylub Well-Known Member

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    They came out and said they had no suspects when they had one from day 1. They lead the public to believe the case was drying up due to tips stop coming in. Next thing I know my facebook is blowing up with post about shoot out between a possible suspect in the case and LE.
     
  12. Linda7NJ

    Linda7NJ Well-Known Member

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    What chat? Can someone send it to me please...or paraphrase or whatever as to not violate TOS
     
  13. Midwestmama78

    Midwestmama78 New Member

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    True.
     
  14. Marnie

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    "Ing said investigators are continuing to comb through evidence seized from HolderÂ’s home and car. He said police have found nothing pointing to an accomplice in the slaying although the investigation is continuing".

    Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/07/29/5038936/arlington-officer-shot-during.html#storylink=cpy

    I'm going with, They haven't found anything YET. Mountains of stuff to pour through.

    The mystery of how he got Alanna from point A to point B is too strong to ignore. My guess is that it had to be an unwitting accomplice, one who lent TH his/her car and had no idea what he did with it.

    Another thought is that LE is trying not to spook anyone while they sift through the phone records and such.

    Glad to hear TH has a tracheotomy. Visions of his mouth and nose airways blown to smithereens. He should slim down just fine in those three months of recovery. It's called the monster mash diet. :D
     
  15. Linda7NJ

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    Well "in the slaying" is far different from "in the disposal". IMO
     
  16. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    guys: wasn't the link to the computer forensics for information on that topic in general? If you are discussing a chat specifically we need a bit more info and some additional links. Thank you and please (it would also have to relate to THIS case)
     
  17. Jo in Calif

    Jo in Calif Well-Known Member

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    I take it that they found no other DNA that they could not match to her slaying, his was on her and the belt buckle, but apparently no other unidentifiable DNA. This has me thinking this was how he transported her body, don't know if he was alone driving it or not. His car never left that day but this one did, I wonder how many times?

    http://media.star-telegram.com/smedia/2013/07/26/19/00/OMgvq.So.58.pdf
     
  18. x_files

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    He probably saw Alannah everyday or every weekend if she played next door.
    It seems the Gallaghers were the only one's targeted during this time period, egging, slashed tires, etc...who knows why. He just targeted them. Maybe they were the only ones to report him to the police and it pissed him off? It's hard to think like a crazy, drugged out paranoid freak.
     
  19. matou

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    Why any bond?

    http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/1-...ld-in-Alanna-Gallaghers-Murder-217762461.html
     
  20. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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