- Mar 11, 2017
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Damn. I just saw the news. Poor thing. I'm glad her parents have her and can say goodbye properly. I just hope they get some answers soon.
I am saying these things because they are possibilities. Obviously I am not local and therefore not familiar with how close she is to waterways. However in many circumstances with missing people, alcohol, and bodies of water accidental death is the cause of death. I agree with you that suicide is unlikely however I am not going to put down people for having the opinion that it is a possibility or let it offend me when she does have history of mental illness. I did say that I thought homicide was a possibility as well however he has not been arrested and from what I read it is only speculated that he picked her up. I keep seeing what I perceive as posters on here putting down others for their thoughts and speculations. We do not know if the body is even hers yet let alone cause of death so I am open to all possibilities.I think you need to consider the fact she was nowhere near water when last seen alive, was not in a state to travel to the water courses, that would result in her ending up where this body was found - without being seen at all. And the fact she was picked up by a man who has since been charged with sexually motivated offences. So suicide is highly unlikely and I'm not sure why you are saying these things.
[/QUOTE]Show some respect for goodness sake.
QUOTE="Scorpio1, post: 14930548, member: 179392"]Now we're down to the simple did she jump or was she pushed , i think that if le could establish the exact area that she entered the water they would be getting closer to solving the case !