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

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  1. lucylulu

    lucylulu Well-Known Member

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    On the ABC interview w/BB
    Reporter: What do you think happened to your daughter?
    BB: "I don't know" "I can come up with a million and one REASONS, but I don't know what happened"
    I wonder what the reasons were....
     
  2. lucylulu

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  3. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    I doubt it. They already had an emergency hearing regarding their case so even if they do have it neither one would be allowed permanent custody.
    They can always request some type of visitation, which may or not be supervised. Imo
     
  4. MsBetsy

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    I'm guessing she meant the reason why she is missing, and what may have happened to her. Or maybe she meant the reasons why DV would cause harm to her, which would be interesting to hear. Imo
     
  5. Winterhike

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    As of the emergency hearing held on Wednesday, May 10, the older brother has been placed with an aunt (his father CD's sister), while the younger brother is with his paternal grandmother. This is the same hearing where it was determined that BB and DV could have no contact with their children (BB denied this was true a day or so later though).

    Little brother does attend the same daycare as stated a few posts ago. He attended daycare on Friday, May 3 because DV picked up him with no sign of Maleah. He MAY have attended throughout the week but we don't have info about that as of now. I would love to know.

    It's been said before, but I sure hope someone very skilled and compassionate is speaking with the 5 year old brother about everything he knows.
     
  6. MsBetsy

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    I don't even remember BB saying when the last time she saw her was. Did she ever say what time she last saw her on the day she left? I would think she would have said something like, I said goodbye to her on Tuesday at (whatever) time, and that's the last time I saw her and she was fine.
    Yet I have not heard her mention anything about that morning other than she had an argument with DV and she wasn't thinking that it had anything to do with the kids. Imo
     
  7. Magnoliabeach

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    Does anyone know if there was a life insurance policy on Maleah?
     
  8. Caylee Advocate

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    @gitana1. I would think that QX could be stopped from "investigating" :rolleyes:. Isn't he somewhat impeding or hampering an investigation? IMO, he is.
     
  9. Magnoliabeach

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    Is it me or does anyone else think her appearance with MAKE UP is a little odd. Does anyone e else wonder if they are getting paid for these interviews.
     
  10. whatsherface

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    I have the ring system. Really simple setup and very easy to use.
     
  11. Caylee Advocate

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    No, the only oddity I see is her not begging and pleading for Maleah and her well being. I would be screaming from the rooftops for answers. The makeup doesn't bother me, her lack of concern for her daughter does. JMO
     
  12. Magnoliabeach

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    There is much more to this story I agree. We have only been given tidbits of information. Keep in mind the info we do have where it has come from.
    edited to add imo
     
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  13. MsBetsy

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    No, but if there was it probably would have been uncovered by now.
    I'm not sure if either parent had a job that would offer a significant amount of coverage, and they probably would not have done something like that on their own. Imo
     
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    Me too!
     
  15. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    Given that BB spokesperson QX has stated the family doesn't have nickels to rub together, I don't believe they have life insurance on their 4 year old daughter (or the other children for that matter). MOO
     
  16. MsBetsy

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    She probably had it done at the studio for that interview, since it looks different than her other interviews. I think it's standard to use makeup, for both interviewers and guests.
    And no, I don't think they get paid. Imo
     
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    Unless not having two nickels to rub together is exactly why she is dead, if they did have a policy anyone in the household felt collecting on was worth more than a 4-year-old girl's life. Just speculation -- I agree with you that the life insurance angle is unlikely in this case and if there was one I bet we'd already know about it. They don't strike me as organized enough to pull that off especially given the ridiculousness of the kidnapping story; I think chaos, drama, desperation, and accidents are more their style.
     
  18. MsBetsy

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    I doubt begging DV for information would help much, especially since he is insisting she was kidnapped.
    I think their best bet is relying on LE for answers, and whatever information they can get from any witnesses who may know something. Most of his family members are probably no help at all. They stand behind him and insist he is innocent. There is a reason LE is not out searching for the kidnappers. Imo
     
  19. MsBetsy

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    I don't think DV would be able to benefit from any life insurance policy since Maleah was not his child. Unless, of course, he thought BB would believe his story. Imo
     
  20. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Oh that is not at all what you said. You said if you're too poor to make bail make sure you don't go to jail.

    So what about rich people? Your statement infers that if you have the money to make bail you can commit a crime. Because that is the direct converse of your statement.

    And no. I do not think poor people should be set free. I'm not sure how my comment would possibly suggest that. I think they should be treated equally. Which means there should not be two different systems- one in which rich people can make bail but not poor.

    Bail should be based on access to income and assets as well as severity of crime and flight risk status. Period.

    That's the law as it stands. But the practice of the law is different from what it actually states. Most people recognize that the rich have a completely different system of justice.

    I'm not going to cry about it in the case of a baby murderer. That inequity has a result that I'm not sad about in this case. But in general, IMO, a dual system is totally un-American.
     
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