VA - Anjelica "AJ" Hadsell, 18, Norfolk, 3 March 2015 #18

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  1. Coldpizza

    Coldpizza WS Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Remains found at Southampton home ID’d as missing Longwood student AJ Hadsell
    APRIL 10, 2015

    SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, Va. — Norfolk police said the human remains discovered in the 34000 block of Smiths Ferry Road in Southampton County Thursday are those of missing Longwood University student Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell.

    http://wtvr.com/2015/04/10/anjelica-aj-hadsell-remains-found-outside-abandoned-southampton-home/

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  3. Coldpizza

    Coldpizza WS Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Please continue here for AJ
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  4. Fortbold

    Fortbold New Member

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    http://wtkr.com/2015/04/16/could-int...d-against-him/
    "Several law enforcement sources are telling NewsChannel 3 that investigators have noted the numerous times Wesley Hadsell spoke of his daughter that way, saying it could be a revealing clue."

    Note: "Law enforcement sources are telling"...this is the first time I've heard from anyone other than WH that LE is seriously looking at him as the one who hurt AJ. Obviously we've assumed he was their #1 guy, but LE has been very tightlipped about anything and everything regarding WH except the charges for which he was arrested. Until now, it seems.

    I have a feeling LE will be throwing a lot more crumbs our way in the next several days. (And I don't think Joe Fisher will be the one getting the scoop).
     
  5. brenchen

    brenchen New Member

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    Yeah I think Marissa Jasek is going to start getting the stories now


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  6. Ontario Mom

    Ontario Mom Because I'm the Mom, that's why.

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    All fair and honest questions. As a former widow I loathe funerals so for me personally, I wouldn't go. But in a case like this where the victim just had this incredible way of wiggling her way into our hearts, I might consider going if it were local, and the family made it clear anyone was welcome. I probably still wouldn't go, but I don't think it's out of line to attend under those circumstances.
     
  7. vasportsmom

    vasportsmom so many cases...so much heartbreak

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    Are other WSers planning to attend the funeral? It is open to the public, right?


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  8. Ontario Mom

    Ontario Mom Because I'm the Mom, that's why.

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    From your link:

    Hmm. That's interesting.
     
  9. Ontario Mom

    Ontario Mom Because I'm the Mom, that's why.

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    Oh I suspect it's entirely possible they have LOADS more.
     
  10. NJJohn

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    That's a bit of a stretch, but I have no idea what he was actually trying to say. Whatever it was, what came out was a huge Freudian oops.
     
  11. pinkandgreenmom

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    To those asking about attending the funeral I will say this. I know this is just one instance but for what it's worth...

    A very close friend lost her two teenaged stepchildren in a single vehicle car crash. There were thousands of people at the visitation and the funeral. We waited 3 hours outside in the snow just to get through the doors of the church and then waited another hour inside to get through the receiving line.

    My friend was touched by the number of people who attended who didn't know her, her husband, the mom/stepdad, or the children. She was blown away by the support from people who turned up just to tell her how sorry they were. There were dozens of people who showed up who had lost children as well just to say "hey, I have been through this before and am here for support."

    If you do go to the funeral, think about how many people you think will be there, then multiply that number by 4 or 5 and plan accordingly.
     
  12. Vail

    Vail Justice for Kara & Jessica

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    Bringing this over from the last thread. For some reason my quote from the article didn't carry over. Here is the part I'm interested in:
    On March 2, the day (AJ) disappeared, Langer says AJ’s mother reached out through Facebook, asking if he’d heard from AJ. However, Langer says they(he and AJ) hadn’t talked since last year.

    I am looking for the time the FB message was sent from JH to your husband on March 2nd.

    I greatly appreciate you returning to WS for AJ and to work on searching for justice, and for continuing to answer questions. Your love and respect for Mel and for AJ is evident. :loveyou:
     
  13. Kadoober

    Kadoober McSassmouth

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    There's loads more in his statements that point to guilty knowledge, beyond referring to her in the past tense. And likely loads of evidence outside of the statements. It's good to see they are looking at the interviews in depth, they're so revealing of character.
     
  14. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    Against attending funerals unless you knew the victim prior to his or her newsworthiness -- light a candle, recite a mantra, pray to your god, live life to the fullest each day -- but a funeral of someone you really did not know? Inappropriate. Steer clear.
     
  15. katydid23

    katydid23 Verified Juanette

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    I disagree. I went to the funeral of a teen girl that I did not know. She was in a car accident---her car was hit head on by a drunk driver on the Pacific Coast Highway/ :mad:

    She went to my kids high school and my kids knew her but I had never met her. They had the memorial service at the school gymnasium and it was totally packed and overflowing. Her father, who survived the crash, and her boyfriend, who was paralyzed in the crash, were incredulous about how many showed up in her honor. No one was concerned about who had met her previously and who hadn't. :candle:
     
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    I have to agree. If you are a friend of a friend or family member or attended school but didn't know personally that is different. But to be a complete stranger to anyone at the service is a little too voyeuristic IMO. I apologize if I offend but basing my statement on 6 years of working in a funeral home.
     
  17. Kadoober

    Kadoober McSassmouth

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    As an example... He explains why he did or thought something without being asked somewhere around 80 times through the two CH and one JR interview. I may be overestimating that #, I left my copies on my desk at work, but if so it's not off by much. People with no knowledge or culpability of a crime don't feel the need to do that. They simply say 'I'. 'Did not'. 'Do the thing.', whatever that thing may be. Never once does he say, simply, I did not harm AJ, or I did not kill AJ, or I did not cause AJs disappearance.
     
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    The GFM...after the totally hinky/creepy got what she deserved, he goes on to say how accomplished she was, helped people, gave 100% in all her various roles. So, yes, I would call it eulogizing.
     
  19. MsMarple

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    For some reason the article has been renamed to Grammar Goof? Or clues in a crime? I'm pretty sure that wasn't the title earlier but I could be wrong.

    http://wtkr.com/2015/04/16/could-interviews-with-aj-hadsells-adoptive-father-be-used-against-him/

    ETA: Video's been added.
     
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  21. iamnotagolem

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    I think when it's funerals for young people it's much more acceptable to attend and pay your respects to show support. The biggest funeral I ever attended was for my friend's dad, he was mid 30s. Most of the town showed up, as well as friends and family.

    In AJs case, since it's open to the public then they are okay with strangers coming to pay their respects and show support.

    JMO, MOO, IMO etc
     
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