GUILTY TX - Alanna Gallagher, 6, Saginaw, 1 July 2013 - #4

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    Please continue here and remember the rules. You can find them right here: The Rules - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community

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    Please continue here and review the rules in the previous post.

    DO NOT post personal information about the parents beyond what has been reported in MSM

    DO NOT sleuth any individual who has not been indicated as a person of interest per MSM.

    DO NOT suggest that any individual is the perpetrator unless indicated as a person of interest per MSM.
     
  6. Pensfan

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    I asked dh (forced to be a physician county coroner for 5 years in Oklahoma when dinosaurs ruled the Earth) what "urine located the residence that could be constituted as evidence against the laws of the State of Texas" meant. He thinks that is just a broad statement meaning any urine (toilet seat or surroundings) found inside the residence can be legally tested for DNA.
     
  7. Linda7NJ

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    Wouldn't it just be easier to test the toothbrushes?

    What does he think of "residual fluid" listed separate from urine?
     
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    Hmm. Unless an evil visitor didn't use a tooth brush, but did use the toilet.
     
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    Residual fluid could mean a lot of things. It could include fluids left over from an attack on a live body (semen, gastric fluid, blood, mucus) and it could include fluids from a dead body (urine, feces, blood, body fat-cadaverine, lipids from brain matter, and etc...).
     
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    I wonder if they had any visitors that day?
     
  11. kkdj

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    Didnt a neighbor say they saw her around 2 that day?
    Has this been verified?
     
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    Has it been tied up as to whether or not KG was home all day or if he arrived at 8pm from work?
     
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    I've been a lurker here for ages, always reading like crazy when a case grabs my attention. This one has broken my heart. I feel so terrible for her parents and the way they are being slammed at this time. This one has prompted me to join and talk it out.

    I think the toilet paper is really the only thing I've seen on there that confuses me. Everything else (unless I've overlooked something huge) are easily explainable items and things that make sense that the police would want to look at from the victim's home. The toilet paper is just odd.

    I keep refreshing the news pages, hoping like mad that the police release some info before bed so I can rest a bit easier. :countsheep:
     
  14. momrids6

    momrids6 JUSTICE FOR JENNIFER

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    I am wondering why they even had pool chemicals with no pool. You do not use pool chemicals in a hot tub- you use chemicals meant for a hot tub. And some use a salt system for either one.
     
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    What a darling beautiful little girl!
    Rest peacefully sweet angel.
    we're gonna get this!
     
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    Lots of pool chemicals and spa chemicals are interchangeable. My mom has both and uses several of the same items in both.
     
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    Welcome to Websleuths, Theamqueen!
    :wagon:
     
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    Just going to respond to the q I was asked in the other thread, sorry it's so late i fell asleep!
    <modsnip> however many people make homemade restraints mans there are so many companies out there that its entirely possible. I would hazard to guess though that they are 'Real'(store bought) restraints simple because the word was used, I would have expected to see 'rope' or 'Velcro straps'if handmade restraints were used.

    The commercial ones I have seen with the biggest range of sizing would be Velcro but I haven't seen any commercial ones that would range that much.
     
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    I can't find that information anywhere. Let's keep asking.

    Does anyone know if neighbors saw Alanna alive on Monday, July 1st?
     
  20. momrids6

    momrids6 JUSTICE FOR JENNIFER

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    Not for this type of hot tub.

    "Only the Softcare line of chemicals should be used in your Softub. Softub has developed the Softcare Water Treatment line specifically for you and your Softub spa. We strongly recommend the use of Softcare brand chemicals to protect you, your warranty and your Softub.

    Beware of any company recommending the use of shock in your Softub! It is unnecessary. To protect your investment use only the Softcare brand Softub chemicals. "

    http://www.ezlivinspas.com/water chemistry.htm
     
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    Oh boy! We need to know a verified last seen time frame!
    Does anybody have this?
     
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