That is one of the parts that really strikes me as important.
Isnt it true that you would get voicemail even if a person is on the phone, so one cannot really tell the phone was turned off unless they tried calling a bunch of times over a period of time and finally have to assume that.
So how would he be so certain her phone was off at a certain time? It doesnt make sense to me.
Some interesting comments on this news FB post:
To be honest, if my parents were alive and my husband went missing- I would call them first, most likely after I called LE, if I really was worried something was wrong with hubby. I would definitely call his parents right after, but sometimes, it's a comfort thing, you know what I mean? I thought she said that SC did call her?Ok
I haven't seen any ridiculous post about it being a hoax, so I was a thrown aback at that.I did notice what Heidi's mom said,and suspected as much. I was really wondering why SC called his dad,and not her mom first. That really sticks out to me.
Somewhere early on they mentioned having a dog at the complex for the search. Does anyone else remember where this was mentioned?Well thank you.
I still would like to know if they used an HRD dog on the car. And the apartment for that matter. A positive alert would give LE probable cause to get a warrant to do more extensive searches in this case. JMO
I would call my husbands parents first in case he went to their house or spoke to them about something he was going to do.To be honest, if my parents were alive and my husband went missing- I would call them first, most likely after I called LE, if I really was worried something was wrong with hubby. I would definitely call his parents right after, but sometimes, it's a comfort thing, you know what I mean? I thought she said that SC did call her?
If he was supposed to pick up the boy, why did the school have to call him at 6?
Yes, the school did call at 6 to say no one had picked up the boy. I am pretty sure that she was the person who picked up and dropped off, as she was the stay at home mom at that time.
And in the original reports, it was said that 'she did not pick up her son.'
Does it makes sense that she would leave her diaper bag and purse at home, turn off her phone, and hang out at a neighbours, and never check in with anyone, including her husband? --- For 11 hours she wouldn't check in with him?
That doesn't make sense to me and it seems weird that he didn't have any concerns about it.
You don't have to be especially 'observant' to realise that your son needs to be picked up from school and your wife's car is in the parking lot and she and the baby are are nowhere to be found.
Yes it was linked here from @KnoxSomewhere early on they mentioned having a dog at the complex for the search. Does anyone else remember where this was mentioned?
WTH?Bringing this early article forward again because it mentions a few things people have asked for links of:
“Broussard’s mother told KXAN she’s driving from Louisiana to help search for her daughter and granddaughter.”
(So Heidi’s Mom was not staying with her at the time of her disappearance, she came after)
“In addition to the details provided by police, her friends say online that when Broussard’s husband arrived home, her vehicle, purse and baby bag were all there but the door was wide open and she and the baby were missing. Police have not confirmed that.”
(So door being wide open originated from Facebook and not confirmed)
Image attached shows the Facebook post mentioning door wide open and that the school called at 6. (Image and quotes above allfrom this msm article below).
Police still looking for mom, infant last seen in south Austin
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.
This school call seems to be something that is not confirmed as far as I can tell. Then there is a new article tonight saying that he said the school never called, which was not a direct quote but linked to an affiliate that I can't seem to find the original article lol
I don't want to listen to the interviews again, but I don't recall him ever saying that the school called so he went and picked up his son, he just says that he went and got him. I am not even sure at this point where the "he got a call from the school" came from?
There are so many unknowns here. We don't know what their routine is, did SC normally pick up the son at 6? did Heidi usually pick him up before having the baby? I'm not sure we can even say they had a routine at this point.
Husband of missing mom and newborn asks public to call police ‘if you see an awesome mom with a baby’
BBM. I'd say that, although the news doesn't say, if they found him at a T-Mobile store, they definitely found him there later than 7:30PM on the day of the abduction, because they wouldn't have gone looking for him if it had been earlier, because they wouldn't have known there was a missing mother and baby or that they should be trying to track down SC.
This is all 100% your opinion, not fact. It’s great you want to defend him, but everyone else is entitled to their opinions just as you are. IMO he is precisely like CW. And his act natural cr*p was the second time that sort of thing happened when questioned about his time after work. It wasn’t the cameraman’s fault. The guy had to give him direction because he was just a mess and people don’t want to watch something like what they managed to get from SC. It was the worst interview I’ve ever seen.
I totally get where you are coming from. I am right there with you. I have a friend who rocks back and forth when he talks, and laughs after almost everything he says, it doesn’t matter what is going on, he was throwing up blood and laughing when he told people about it. His wife died after two bouts of leukemia and bone marrow transplants and at her memorial gathering he was rocking back and forth and laughing. He adored his wife and took excellent care of her. The sun rose and set in that woman.I know- I've brought that up several times myself. I understand why he looks suspicious to others, but some of his actions remind me of someone with a learning disability. I think this is why I am hesitating in believing he is guilty- my heart and head aren't matching up, because I do see signs of an LD as well as anxiety. However, he could also have those issues and still be guilty, too.
Damn I hate when I can't form a solid opinion. Usually I sense things right away along with everyone else (and sometimes before many others, haha).
If we can find a MSM link that would be great.Somewhere early on they mentioned having a dog at the complex for the search. Does anyone else remember where this was mentioned?
The dogs will be used for various purposes including detection of illegally taken or smuggled game and fish, search and rescue, cadaver search and narcotics enforcement. Most of the dogs will have dual functions such as wildlife detection and search and rescue.
Baby, so fragile at 3 weeks, was dropped during the incident/fight/assault perhaps. Again, unintentional.