TX TX - Julie Moseley, 9, Mary Trlica, 17, Lisa Wilson, 14, Fort Worth, 23 Dec 1974 - #3

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  1. Bluebyrd78

    Bluebyrd78 Former Member

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    That would explain why Debra took him to the mall. He didn't have a vehicle. Did that actually happen. Her taking him to the mall about 11 pm?
     
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    Someone was kind enough to let me know that a man with initials JP has commented on the other site that I have said that I saw the girls on the day of the disappearance.

    That is 100% untrue. I have never said that. I have always been clear that I have no connection whatsoever with this case. I have never met or seen any person involved with this case. I had never even heard of the disappearance until the 1st car came up.

    As I left that page (no longer a member), I have no way of commenting that it's not true. I have sent a private message to JP, but have no idea if he will correct his comment.

    I did want you all to be aware that his comment is absolutely false.
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  3. Depends on who you ask. I haven't asked anyone how Tommy got to or from work that day, to the bowling alley, home from the bowling alley. I would have expected he had a vehicle of his own. How did Rachel get to school and back if they only had one car? I don't know. Why don't the people that know just ask one another? I'll tell you who should know. The police, that's who. So, being preoccupied with "investigating" anything your own family should have answers to strikes me as odd.
     
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  4. Welcome to the club of the mis-quoted and misunderstood.
     
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  5. Bluebyrd78

    Bluebyrd78 Former Member

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    When you don't get straight answers from family or le you look ok elsewhere for the truth.... And I'm not putting le down, it is an open case so.....
     
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    kettlecorn Verified Family Insider

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    I have never asked this question .
    I'll ask
     
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    I messaged you privately. I appreciate you answering questions. I know it's difficult. Yes, as pointed out, I'm family! Yes, I have so many questions! Why, well..... I think seeing the show over there should tell you why. I will say no more on that subject! I only want the TRUTH!
     
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    kettlecorn Verified Family Insider

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    I got your message.. sorry I haven't responded yet. .. I'm on my mobile and believe it or not it's at literally 1% lol.. I will message you back in the morning
     
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  9. Via Marple

    Via Marple Here to learn how devious minds work

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    Another thing the police should know. What health condition was Cotton in during that time. Was he sick from chemo? Or well enough to be working at the shop? Easy for them to verify back then. There should be hospital records, and doctors and nurses who knew. If someone can get copies of the police case files for whatever the price, they should.
     
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    I've seen a comment where Terry Moseley was told to stay by the phone at the Moseley house.
     
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    I don't recall you ever posting these examples. That perfectly clears up the zip code issue for me. Thank you!

     
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  12. Love trumps all

    Love trumps all Verified Family Insider

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    If it’s that clear then why are they still arguing the envelope?
     
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    I think we're all well aware of the "letter doesn't fit the envelope" argument. Personally, I'd have to see the folds close-up to decide what I believe. Photos really don't show enough detail.

     
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    Another question for the Trlica side:

    When the car was retrieved from Seminary South, what exactly was inside?
     
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    Why is anyone still arguing the basic facts of this case? I’ll tell you why. Because no one knows what they are for sure. There is way too much disinformation out there and it only grows each day that FB group is in existence. My question is whether those in the know allow it on purpose or whether they too have forgotten the basics. I was just reading up on another case yesterday wherein the parents of a missing girl have always said her car was found on the side of the road, engine running and door ajar. The case was just showcased on the Oxygen channel. Come to find out through the detective that the car was found parked and locked with no indications of foul play. The parents were shocked and said they must have read it somewhere?!?!!! Their daughter has been missing for seven years. This case here is 44 years old. It has had so many different “facts” and theories that I’m not sure the families know what’s truth and what’s fiction anymore. I know it’s harsh but come on. They still have a website up with theories from over 15 years ago that they themselves no longer believe. This case will never be solved until they all get on the same page and put a stop to all the unfounded rumors. It’s no wonder that law enforcement is totally silent. They probably don’t take any of them seriously.
     
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    I think the facts are still argued because we have not heard the real facts. I think what we have and everyone has been repeating is a "false narrative". It seems the story may be falling apart with so many new eyes on it.
     
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    I am so glad this is being discussed here. I always kind of get a strange feeling when one person is controlling the narrative. That's not to say that I think RA is intentionally swaying the investigation one way or another, but essentially that is what has happened. Tunnel vision on one or two persons of interest. I went back through the fb group to read posts from members of the other families, and my opinion on what happened has changed.

    I hope and feel this investigation is on the right track now. Time for me, personally, to start back from the beginning with fresh eyes.
     
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  18. Why was anyone EVER arguing the envelope? I have two words for you. Dan James. I spent hours putting this together in a 10 page e-mail to Rusty in March 2016 explaining the entire process from multiple sources. My FIL retired from the post office shortly before he passed in the mid-80's. He was a "sorter". He started out downtown and retired from sub-station 3B. I provided not just the postmarks, but the entire envelopes - front and back - so Rusty could study common practices from those years. I wanted him to realize he'd been trusting the skills of a predatory PI so stupid he didn't know how to interpret a zip code. Instead, he showed it to Dan James. The only comment James had was that I "might be on to something." Huh???
     
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  19. It made those feel so helpless. Also, there was no call-waiting, no putting someone on hold - only a busy signal. So, you stared at the phone. If it rang, you answered. Whatever was said , you got off the phone as soon as possible. And resumed staring at it. Agony.
     
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  20. ITA regarding your co
    ITA regarding your conclusion. But, it should be noted that "they" do not have website. Rachel's brother has a website.
     
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