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TX TX - Heidi Broussard, 33, & Margot Carey, 2 weeks, Austin, 12 Dec 2019 #3

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  1. ASheehy

    ASheehy Well-Known Member

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    It's been hard to keep up with the threads, but I'm assuming people have already addressed him starting to slip up and catch himself at 11:32 on THIS video (it's different times on others). "I left the house at 6:40 and that was the last time I spoke to my......................uh........my son." Granted the question was about the last time he saw HB and maybe he was thinking of that, but then why insert his son all of a sudden?
     
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  2. KALI

    KALI Well-Known Member

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    As a long time member.
    And a grown woman of many years who has seen people lie, later to have been found to be guilty.
    In my opinion. TRYING TO BE POLITICALLY CORRECT.
    I, personally, distrust anyone who does not look you in the eye.
    My personal hinkey is off the charts.
    Very, very sad to say.
    Hopefully, I won't be timed out again for my opinion.
    I've really gotten tired of it.


     
  3. missy1974

    missy1974 Well-Known Member

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    beatrixpotter Well-Known Member

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    Why 1 pm?
     
  5. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    I think honey was actually Heidi.
     
  6. SuperTmo

    SuperTmo Well-Known Member

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    If it was him (and I’m not saying it was) my main motive would be the baby not being his. Perhaps he had suspicions and did a test and then lost his mind over the results. That would explain why he never refers to Margo as his baby. Moo.
     
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    I am really worried for this little boy TBH. Wondering if that is one explanation for LE treading lightly and carefully re possible POI close to home. In a potential domestic situation a child of that age is old enough to have heard and seen a lot.
     
  8. Best of What's Around

    Best of What's Around Well-Known Member

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    As always, excellent points. I can understand feeling empathy for this guy by many and considering him not to be murderer material because unless he deserves an Oscar, he is obviously in serious pain. We feel his pain. It tugs at our heartstrings.

    But I find his story and the way he tells it problematic. That combined with statistics leads me in another direction. I just personally think it is remorse. Maybe even guilt. Very painful remorse possibly coupled with fear for what the future will bring.

    I think there was a lot of potential deception and smoke/mirrors in his interviews, but I can see why people feel his pain and equate that with innocence. That and his obvious discomfort in front of the cameras and his otherwise pretty good manners (apologizing to the reporters for his missteps in taping) are endearing qualities.

    Unfortunately, very otherwise likable people can do very bad things. And they may even be in terrible emotional pain as a result. As you said, not everyone who commits murder is a sociopath. Thanks for the examples.
     
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  10. Alathea

    Alathea Well-Known Member

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    This made me realize something else.

    If he truly assumed she had shut her phone off prior to 1:40 when he tried to call her and it went to VM, why would he also assume that she had still not turned it back on, even after going "missing"?
     
  11. jnTexas

    jnTexas Can't wait for softball and baseball to start :-)

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    To me there's only two possibilities:
    1. Someone close to her killed them both.
    2. Someone needing a newborn lured her away from her apartment, killed her and took the baby.
    I guess I'm hoping for #2 just so the baby is safe. I just don't think Mom is alive anymore. I find it unthinkable that she left her son at school and ran off.
     
  12. oviedo

    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    Just my personal guess
     
  13. squareandrabbet

    squareandrabbet Well-Known Member

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    I thought somebody said they were the dogs of Texas EquuSearch, but I could be conflating two pieces of nearby information. TES does have a 3-day-old listing on its webpage.

    No, and that's why we're so confused. We need a timeline, because even I'm confused about this.

    He said he searched dumpsters for keys. (When, I'm no longer certain.)

    He has said he "sat outside" and asked passersby if they had seen anything.

    He said he called the girlfriend he suspected she was with; or maybe that was, he went over there in person? (Anyone can feel free to correct me on this point.)

    He said he called her, but continually got voicemail; or maybe no message.

    He said he found her car door unlocked, and made sure to point out that he's always nagging her to remember to lock doors. (Her friends on FB originally had this as their apartment door gaping wide open. We now think this was garbled hearsay.)

    He can't remember which of her purse, diaper bag, or keys, were inside the car or upstairs in the apartment when he first came home from work (or in the case of the latter item, the dumpster). We've also determined that he does think of the diaper bag and purse as separate entities, and does not lump them all into "similarly shaped things that Heidi carries".

    Oh, and btw, the time he first came home from work to find Heidi and Margot gone, supposedly on foot with no diaper bag, supplies, or car keys, was... 1:40PM.

    It took him until 6:30 to call his father and say he was worried (father counseled "wait and see"); and until 7:30 to alert the police department.

    ...Anybody? Did I miss anything? Feel free to correct, lol.
     
  14. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    No. Not at all. He gives a lot of detail before that and after. None in between. And during an interview his phone rang. His dad tries to get it but he pulls it quickly out and shuts it off saying. "I don't care about the phone." That's problematic to me for a man desperate for info.

    There are various other anomalies that have my ears perked up.
     
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    TTF14 Spaceship Headlight Pattern Expert

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    I've missed a ton, too, because this thread is moving way too fast. But, I don't think "we" have heard about what he was doing between those hours. I'm 99.999999999999999% positive he's been questioned about that by LE though!
     
  16. Tuliptiptoe

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    His timeline is interesting to me too. Wake up at 630, but this was a late day and it was 640. Spoke with Heidi at 815. Tried to call her at 140 but phone was shut off.

    but when it comes to the 911 call it was “7ish, 715, 730. Something like that.”. Not super important. Maybe he was super nervous by then, but it was something else I noticed. Super exact times until the 911 call.

    moo
     
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    That's right but there's no reason to think that Shane didn't cooperate with something so routine and, if he refused, that they wouldn't immediately request a warrant to do so. It's been, what, about fives days? I's be shocked if he wasn't interviewed by now and thoroughly checked over, physically. They seemed pretty serious in the presser and like they aren't a bunch of dummies.
     
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    whitelilac Well-Known Member

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    The episode you refer to is the kind of scenario I'm leaning to, in this case.

    It wasn't supposed to happen, it was a mistake, a momentary loss of control, didn't mean to hurt her.
    I keep seeing him with his hand on his head in that interview as if in disbelief, what have I done, it's not true, attempting to go back in time. I may be completely off here, and it may be a personal thing, because that's how I react if I screw up. Hand on my forehead head......when I spill a full cup of coffee on the table, or drop a glass which shatters all over the floor, or some such thing.
    My reaction at distressing news or having witnessed an accident (or recently, witnessing a small plane crash across the street in my area), is a spontaneous clutching at my heart, hand on chest.

    This is just me probably.....but that body language behavior in the interview for me points to guilt, remorse, disbelief and self recrimination.
     
  19. TTF14

    TTF14 Spaceship Headlight Pattern Expert

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    Hugely problematic! He is not at all expecting a phone call with good news about his newborn and baby mama. So what does the phone matter?
     
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  20. PiertotumLocomotor

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    Isn’t homicide the leading cause of death for pregnant women?

    Yes, I know she’s not pregnant, but two weeks postpartum is close enough for me.
     
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