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

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  1. musicaljoke

    musicaljoke Well-Known Member

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    Brittany has said many things, including that she filed a MP report about DV. Then she said that the report wasn't filed because she needed to fill in more pages. LE said that she didn't file a MP report.

    Initially, I was rather horrified that a person could go to report a missing person, and nothing would come of it. But now I believe that she didn't file a mp report at all, but was already concocting a string of lies to suggest that DV was missing. It suggests to me that the two had communicated and she knew what happened to Maleah.

    I'm hopeful that they texted up a storm.
     
  2. jadabee1121

    jadabee1121 Well-Known Member

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    My nephew was murdered 4 years ago. But he was missing for 36 hours before the found him in a pond. We went to file a missing person's report and was given the run around. It was on a Saturday and unfortunately police offices are closed on the weekends. We filled a missing person's report with a national data base and made a police report. We were told that LE would "look out and ask around if someone seen or heard anything". On the next day, Sunday, my nephew floated to the top of a pond and was discovered by someone. So BB2 is probably telling the truth about LE and how they had to fill out paperwork.
     
  3. Mbee

    Mbee Well-Known Member

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    Jadabee1121 exact same experience here. Although our missing person was not a minor (just above) the filing of the report wasn't what some imagine with cops flying into action.

    I have no clue how things went down in this case and I hope minors get quicker attention. Just wanted to echo your experience Jadabee.
     
  4. spicyrock

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    I’m not sure where the car is in relation to the dump.

    That video, iirc, is from April 30, the day bb left.

    ETA, the time was 835 or 853 am, also iirc.
     
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    His brother told the camera he had “raised her (Maleah) since she was eight months old” in that interview where he said DV wants the world to know he’s innocent.
     
  7. Mbee

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    Just rewatched the raw first interview.... He says "we believe he's receiving help from family, and he's on the run" Which he repeats.

    I think DV is a guilty party. But the above is just another inflammatory statement made that was proven untrue or at the least, inflated. At one point Q even uses the word "manhunt"' I've seen nothing that says the arrest/bringing DV in was anything but routine. At one point when car was found, the police said they did not know where he was, and that's about as much as "on the run" I have seen. He was in jail shortly after.

    I cannot stand inflammatory and sensationalized statements. They are intended to work on peoples emotions and arguments/debates
    /stories do not need it if they are based in truth. The minute someone uses dramatic language without facts, I have to remind myself that some people are not using dramatic words to convince, but they are simply very upset people working through their emotions verbally. Trying to apply that common sense and erase generalizations from my brain has been difficult in this case

    Eta... And Q didn't lose anybody.
     
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  8. Mbee

    Mbee Well-Known Member

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    Also... Rewatching everything.... In the end, even if BB is proven innocent or guilty either way, something should be done about this man Q. He's bordering on a scammer if you ask me when taking available information about him into account, preying on vulnerable and taking limelight and the "build up" of his reputation as payment. (in addition to actual funds.) I hope if nothing can be done, the community turns their back on his ambulance chasing ways.

    (don't get me wrong, she can talk all day if she likes. I'm talking about future vulnerable parents that have a missing child)
     
  9. rsd1200

    rsd1200 If there's no link, it's just my own 2¢.

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    Thank you! They were going to wake them up one way or another. What way did it matter? Whether the maintenance man let them in, they had a key, or the cop let them in.

    There are so many statements that make absolutely no sense in this case.
     
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    rsd1200 If there's no link, it's just my own 2¢.

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    She's doing talk shows?! I've missed some stuff. She needs to lose that dude QX, but she won't.
     
  11. whatsherface

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    Are them two getting paid for these “interviews”
     
  12. dixiegirl1035

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    The black bag has never been found. It was not in the car, the gas can was in the laundry basket when the car was found.
     
  13. ClaireNC

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    Doubt they are getting paid for doing the interviews. However, somebody must be paying QX for this public relations stunt show. What a waste of money! They should be using those funds to do something to help find Maleah - paying a search team, increasing the reward amount, etc. Or saving those funds to pay for a lawyer, either a defense lawyer or one to help with regaining custody of her two remaining children. So many other things that money could go to. To me, it’s very selfish to be paying for a public relations spokesperson at this time.

    (Hopefully I worded this in a way that is victim friendly.)
     
  14. ClaireNC

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    Welcome, jadabee1121!

    The black trash bag was never found. Pretty sure it was disposed of with this sweet little girl still inside of it. The apartment dumpsters and many other dumpsters in the area have been searched. Tim Miller mentioned searching some in the areas his team covered and there are other local search teams out there that have searched dumpsters and landfills. One of the local landfills was closed for a while a few days after the Amber Alert was issued, though it was never confirmed if it was related to the search.
     
  15. ClaireNC

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    I don’t think many of us believe that Maleah or DV ever had the flu. It was just part of the lies.
     
  16. HongKongPhooey

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    Unfortunately, I believe she was supposed to be wearing a protective helmet though.
     
  17. spicyrock

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    Bb’s and QX’s statements about this part of the timeline have confused me too. I don’t think you are the one making it confusing ;)
     
  18. Mbee

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    The protective helmet.... Have been wondering about the day care knowing this medical requirement or reporting Maleah wearing or not wearing it. Seems it would be a liability.
     
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    Yes my nephew was 25 I hope they did it a bit different. But I think since she left the kids in someone else's care they may not have deemed it as "urgent".
     
  20. jadabee1121

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    That's why I'm thinking he may have thrown her in a dumpster.
     
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