TX TX - Jason Landry, 21, enroute from TSU to home, car found crashed at Luling, 14 Dec 2020 #5

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  1. bombardier

    bombardier Well-Known Member

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    As we are back on the topic of the strange behavior exhibited, I'm just boosting some posts I made earlier about a possible medical event that could lead to such behaviors. :)
     
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  2. K9Enzo

    K9Enzo Well-Known Member

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    Off topic - is that missing Ryan Shtuka in your profile pic?
     
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  3. Gemmie

    Gemmie Clam dip nose

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  4. bombardier

    bombardier Well-Known Member

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    Yes it is- I live a few hours from Sunpeaks :)
     
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  5. K9Enzo

    K9Enzo Well-Known Member

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    I recognized his picture because his family, especially his mom, has been relentless in their search for him. They could probably today, with the knowledge and experience they've gained start their own professional SAR organization. His mom is amazing and I think other families with missing loved have reached out to her for guidance when the official SAR effort ends, which it always will at some point. IMO
     
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  6. IRBHTX

    IRBHTX Well-Known Member

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    Yes. They need to search at night. He likely walked toward a source or sources of light since it was a moonless night and no street lights. I really believe his body could be found this way. I think he went searching for help & until searchers try that in similar conditions of darkness, important clues & probably discovery of evidence or remains will not be found. The assumption that the discarded clothing was what he wore that night is just an assumption. What if he was dressed for cold weather? How far away might he have wandered? JMO
     
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  7. SimplyCass

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    It's not "just" an assumption. It's the clothing that he wearing in a Snapchat selfie an hour or so before leaving.

    Could he have changed before leaving and was wearing something else? Sure. But that requires more logic gymnastics. Is there a serious reason to think that he changed clothes between that snap and when he left?
     
  8. #JUSTICE4WILDER

    #JUSTICE4WILDER Well-Known Member

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    umm, because there were cold, windy, raining, weather conditions in Texas ?
     
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  9. #JUSTICE4WILDER

    #JUSTICE4WILDER Well-Known Member

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    Not to nit pick * Facebook FACETIME not Snapchat
     
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  10. SimplyCass

    SimplyCass Well-Known Member

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    OK, let's assume he did change clothes. Now, are you saying that some 900 ft away, he was carrying those clothes and dropped them in such a way that leads KL to believe that JL was wearing them? I went back to listen to the Lordan interview:

    Lordan asked KL if the clothes were in one pile, if they could have been chucked out the window while driving. KL said: they were not in one pile, the watch was under his shirt, slides, socks, shorts, and underwear, all within a trail of less than than 100 yards. KL doesn't think they came from JL's bag, since it was so full of gaming equipment. KL says appears the red shirt in the video screenshot is the same one he found in the road (my apologies for saying it was a Snapchat screengrab).

    KL wonders if JL had put on something warmer over the clothing. Since no other articles of clothing were found (as far as I know), it also doesn't make logical sense that JL would take off shirt/shorts/underwear but keep the warmer clothing on.
     
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  11. Gemmie

    Gemmie Clam dip nose

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    @itsanadventure We're only allowed to talk about fact gotten from LE and/or MSM. We can't talk about anything gotten off SM (social media), or what friends have to say, UNLESS that friend has been verified on this site as an "insider". Otherwise it's off limits. Sorry....

    ETA - or directly from the family and any video sources that this site allows to post and/or discuss. For instance, the LourdanArts video needed a Mod's permission to post and discuss.
     
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  12. renarde

    renarde Well-Known Member

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  13. California Sunset

    California Sunset Well-Known Member

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    I think you are being grossly unfair to a young man unable to defend himself.
     
  14. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    LE said it was "possible" the marijuana was laced with a hallucinogenic substance. I think the OP just meant if we knew for sure, we might have a better understanding of Jason's state of mind or what happened to him.
     
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    Defend himself against what? There was in fact marijuana in his car. LE said they were having it tested for possible hallucinogens. It’s not really a stretch or “grossly unfair” IMO to wonder if he smoked some and if it was or was not laced with something (which could have been completely unknown to him). His clothes were found in the road and he is missing. I think it would be important to know if something was possibly consumed that could have enabled him to end up outside of the search area. In fact it seems that it was important to LE to find out since the MJ was tested. I didn’t accuse him of anything. I don’t care that a college student had weed in his car. I haven’t seen anyone here pass judgement about that. It’s really just about finding out anything at all that could help find Jason.
     
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  16. 10ofRods

    10ofRods Well-Known Member

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    I think you're missing your OP's point.

    We all know what he was wearing earlier. But it makes sense to me that if he felt the need to be warmer (which would be wise), he would discard that clothing and don other clothing. In order, as IRB says, walk across country, to lights he could see in the distance. A forensic experiment would probably really help here.
     
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    10ofRods Well-Known Member

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    Unless the undergarments were mostly cotton. Better not to have cotton undergarments against your skin in a cold, rainy situation.
     
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  18. Spartygirl

    Spartygirl Verified Insider - Michael Vanzandt case

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    I am sure LE knows this info and just not sharing at this time
     
  19. Spartygirl

    Spartygirl Verified Insider - Michael Vanzandt case

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    Defend himself against what? LE said there was marijuana in his car.
    LE said they were having it tested for possible hallucinogens.
    I wondered if he smoked some and if it was or was not laced with something (which he would not know of)

    Sadly, I know of others who have smoked or done other drugs laced with something they were not aware of and it contributed to hospitalization or OD

    I have neighbors whose sons/ friends this happened to.
    Marijuana can be laced just as any other drug can be.

    NOT unfair of speculation.
    I am not victim blaming in any way and want Jason found as much as his family does.
    Jason may not have known.
     
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  20. jenn83

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    Absolutely do not agree that the buyer would be the only one lacing the weed. Marijuana gets laced all the time and that's no myth.
     
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