Found Deceased TX - Maleah Davis, 4, Houston, 5 May 2019 *EX-FIANCÉ ARRESTED* #7

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  1. PommyMommy

    PommyMommy #ShinelikeShanann

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    Neighbor's surveillance video shows stepfather alone same day of Maleah Davis' disappearance
     
  2. 2Hope4

    2Hope4 Well-Known Member

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    Anyone remember Shamika in another case??? BB reminds me of Shamika. Yup. Never know what they'll say, but you can be sure they'll be the victim.
     
  3. PommyMommy

    PommyMommy #ShinelikeShanann

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    I didn't understand that to mean that he stayed there, just that he went there. I'll be listening again, though. MOO
     
  4. mrsmmm

    mrsmmm Verified Lawyer

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    In no way defending BB, but if she had a traumatic birth she may not have any of the memories/feelings many moms do.

    I had 2 preemies. And not your normal experiences. I didn't even get to see my son for 4 days (beside a bedside walk past in the giant air ambulance portable NICU). My memories of his birth are an emergent C-section, feeling like absolute death on a mag drip, crying because he didn't cry when he came out and panicking he was going to die, and crying alone while they stitched me up and laid in recovery because my husband went with my son. There aren't any happy memories until I was discharged 4 days later and went directly to his hospital to see him.
     
  5. Herat

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    So there should be video evidence of BB returning to the apt on Mon 29th with the laundry, correct?

    Any mention of video like that? Do we know where DV was that evening?
     
  6. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    I think he is just trying to repair the damage and speculation he caused in his first appearance. It's already out there that she was aware or at least suspected there was abuse.
    This time around he is avoiding saying anything that makes her look accountable.
    I think she needs to get rid of him and get herself a lawyer. Imo
     
  7. Madison418

    Madison418 Overachiever at over analyzing

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    Amen @lucylulu I have been wondering the same and it makes my heart so sad. I have a 3.5 year old and I would do anything. ANYTHING. to keep her safe and make sure she knows how much she's loved. That's why I think this case bothers me so much. That little girl deserved so much more out of life and the selfish, sick people around her destroyed her
     
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    CrimeOnline has a timeline of the DFPS investigation

    The shocking history and short life of Maleah Davis. We obtain child protective service timeline
    Documents filed in Harris County family court in connection to missing Houston girl, Maleah Davis, reveal months of investigation by child social services prior to her disappearance.

    The Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS) released over 300 pages of documents pertaining to 4-year-old Maleah, with allegations of child abuse dating back to August 2018.

    July 28, 2018
    On July 28, 2018, Maleah’s mother, Brittany Bowens, brought her to the hospital with a laceration on her head. Bowens said the little girl wasn’t acting abnormal and didn’t have seizures. A physician tended to Maleah’s injuries, then discharged her from the hospital.

    August 3, 2018
    “On August 3, 2018, the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services received a report of physical abuse by an unknown perpetrator……Brittany Bowens, the mother of Maleah Davis, contacted Brenda Bowns, maternal grandmother, and stated Maleah had fallen from a tall chair to a marble table.”

    [...]
     
  9. DebW

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    300+pages? That makes me so sad.
     
  10. nwmouse

    nwmouse Verified cheese addict.

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    And that is a huge red flag and why I believe that BB is as equally culpable as DV.
    That's why she went skulking to QX to try to take the heat off her.

    It sickens me that ANY mother could leave an already harmed child with a boyfriend who she claimed was abusive (conveniently after MD went missing) and she'd just broken up with but then left her baby with in the hands of an angry and rage-filled boyfriend?

    IT STINKS.

    I don't buy it for a second.

    No child should suffer what MD suffered and I firmly believe that if BB had taken pro-active steps to prevent it and leave that little girl in safe hands with grandma she'd still be alive.

    moo
     
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    Maleah Davis: Mom Brittany Bowens answers tough questions in KHOU interview
    If her own mother won’t speak to her, that speaks volumes to me. I can understand BB2 not wanting to be involved in anyway with Q. The two of them are a real dumpster fire and this interview was awkward. I got so sick of hearing poor me, woe is me. Where is the worry and sadness for your baby girl?? Where is the “no one understands what SHE went through?” MOO UGH JMO grr :(:mad:
     
  12. MsBetsy

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    No, I was only talking about schools, that's why I started my post with, "Yikes!" because I had basically said schools allow the death penalty as a form of punishment. I should have just gone along with what you said, then nobody would have known.
     
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    WOW. This interview was unbelievable. The story has changed once again. Despicable spin. Q is not an attorney and he avoids answering questions with yet more spin. What is going on here?

    I have so much to say - I don't know where to begin. Again, it's about her. Not once did she mention she is searching for her daughter. Yet, many in the community are STILL searching. IMO, this heartless "mother" is involved. I hope she continues performing in her talk show tours.

    It's very interesting she is not talking to BB2. Hopefully, DV is talking. Someone needs to tell the truth.
     
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    I wonder if MD still suffered seizures. Does anyone know?
     
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    So, according to BB that when DV threatened her when she wanted to take Maleah to the hospital was not abusive? How does that work if not threatened with consequence of action or inaction? Just a don't do it or? That should of been when BB kicked his sorry a** to the curb.
     
  16. PommyMommy

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    Former FBI agent: More evidence needed for murder charge in Maleah Davis case
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    A former FBI agent says Houston Police likely have a fair amount of evidence already but to prove a murder investigators will need more.

    “Until a body is found there is no proof or definitive evidence of a murder or of an abduction,” said former FBI agent and president of Global Intel Strategies James Conway.

    “We have to operate under the premise the little girl could still be alive and could be found alive and could be with a family member somewhere. So until police have definitive evidence of an abduction or a murder they cannot make a case, so to speak.”

    [...]

    “We live in a world today where surveillance video is completely pervasive and that’s been a key thing in the case,” Conway said. “The surveillance video of the suspect and the little girl the last time she was seen and of course there is follow up video of the suspect carrying a laundry basket and a plastic bag, all of that is being drilled down by investigators.”

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    Former FBI agent discusses Maleah Davis case

     
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  17. lucylulu

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    @PommyMommy- I think your nickname should be Google! You always have all the info. Thank you
     
  18. PommyMommy

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    So true. Talk about a red flag...:eek: Try telling me I can't take my child to the hospital. Go on, I dare ya! LOL MOO
    Lol! :p
     
  19. Victoria17

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    I felt like they didn’t have enough evidence to charge him for murder. That stinks.
     
  20. Beansie

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    I watched with my daughter. She doesn't have any children yet but if she did I cannot imagine what she could possibly do that would cause me to stop supporting her in her hour of need. We agreed that one thing would be hurting grandchildren or knowingly allowing them to be hurt. I can't speak for BB2 but you don't have to avoid your daughter to avoid the media. She was willing to speak for her daughter to the media before and got through it just fine. IMO she's suspicious at the very least.
    MOO
     
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