What case really burns your butt?

Discussion in 'TODAY! on Websleuths' started by The Man On The Stairs, Oct 30, 2019.

  1. kalvis

    kalvis Member

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    Liberty German & Abigail Williams case.

    When is the thread going to reopen?
     


  2. Olive1313

    Olive1313 New Member

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    Probably the West Alton Jane Doe. It hurts me knowing that no child was reported missing in that area around the time, so we most likely will never know who she is, or who murdered her.
     
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  3. joejs89

    joejs89 Well-Known Member

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    This case is a tough one. There is not much to go on. She doesn't appear to be involved in any high risk behaviors, no enemies anyone knows about. Just a poor quality photo of the POI. Hopefully someone knows something and will come forward. Until then or a miracle happens I'm not certain this one will ever be solved.
     
  4. whitepinebay

    whitepinebay New Member

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    A case that is currently ongoing: Carolyn Byington, Plainsboro, NJ. Stabbed to death on June 10, 2019 in her apartment while she was home for her lunch break. Her coworker was charged with stalking and murdering her, trial TBD. Reports say that her neighbors heard screams around lunchtime but no one called the police at the time. She was found dead at 6pm that day after a welfare check.

    Not a cold case (plenty of DNA evidence against creepy coworker) but an extremely sad one. She was 26 years old. I live in the area and am hoping to go to the trial whenever it happens.

    Accused lunch break killer was stalking his victim before brutal stabbing, prosecutor says
     
  5. Mominmi

    Mominmi Well-Known Member

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    Interesting thread. The cases that tend to stick with me are the ones where no body is ever found. Or cases I have some (small so far, thank God) personal connection. I just can’t imagine how horrible it would be to know your loved one was most likely thrown out somewhere and their body disturbed by animals, weather, etc. heartbreaking. The Danielle Stislicki case is one of the more recent “no body” cases I just can’t get over.
     
  6. Night Watcher

    Night Watcher Well-Known Member

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    I do not believe that the death of 17 year old Damian Henning was a suicide. Damian went missing back in November 2019 and his body was found in Toledo, Ohio a couple of days later. My opinion is based on news accounts and some comments that his mother made with her interactions with LE agencies.
     
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    Seenit Well-Known Member

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    So, so sorry.
     
  8. Avocado49

    Avocado49 Well-Known Member

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    All of the adoptees who are killed at the hands of people who are supposed to care for them. The Hart family, especially. Adoption is already traumatic, transracial adoption is more traumatic, and on top of that these vulnerable children (adoptees are 4x more likely to die by suicide) are so often starved, abused, tortured and killed.
    Saviors No More: When Adoptive Families Become Abusive Families
     
  9. NameUser

    NameUser That Old So and So

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    @kalvis the thread will probably open once they are done using it to promote new podcasts about the case.

    They should probably list all of the great podcasts that have covered this sad sad case.
     
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    Missy Bevers-Midlothian, TX
     
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    joejs89 Well-Known Member

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    Following this case. Very mysterious and few possible suspects.
     
  12. EstrellaEspectral

    EstrellaEspectral Well-Known Member

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    Long before I discovered Websleuths I saw the Disappeared on Maura Murray and I couldn’t take my mind away from it. She is still never far from my thoughts.

    After discovering Websleuths I learned about St. Louis Jane Doe. This one has left me heartbroken and horrified. That sweet innocent child. I know there are so many others, but this one has especially left me feeling haunted and saddened.

    MO - MO - St Louis, BlkFem Child 54UFMO, 8-11, in abandoned bldg, Feb'83

    There are, of course, many others. Any time a child goes missing or is murdered.

    Edited to add: Kyron. Where is he?! Charli Scott. Please let her mother find her! Too many cases. :(
     
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  13. Gae

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    Missy Bevers.
     
  14. NameUser

    NameUser That Old So and So

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    I think Charli Scott was solved, though I do wish they would have found more remains to lay to rest.
     
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  15. EstrellaEspectral

    EstrellaEspectral Well-Known Member

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    They did. I just wish SC would come clean about where she is. I also wish Maui PD would release her remains for burial already. I was local to the area while the case was happening. There is a huge problem over there with missing persons investigations, etc. Charli’s mom is an angel trying to give a voice to the victims. She amazes me.
     
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    I did not know they had not released the remains. That is very sad. SC is a real low life scum!
     
  17. Kristikay52

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    Yes! The amount of corruption and cover ups going on is unreal.
     
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    themissingandthelost Active Member

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    Jim is an incredible Youtuber! So glad I'm not the only one loving his stuff, he doesn't seem to be as widely known as others.
     
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    themissingandthelost Active Member

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    Both have been rearrested, charged and convicted on numerous occasions for CP. What's going on there that they can't seem to keep computers and mobiles from these two? Venables has a kid, a KID. Makes me wonder if his fiancee knows of his previous history. Thompson, now living with his male partner (I may have gotten who has a kid and who has a male partner mixed up there. The stupid thing is I've seen their names floating about the Dark Web, so it's not like it isn't hard for people to hunt them down if they knew where to find the information. Just release the names, stop protecting them, we don't protect the rest of them.

    I agree 100% re the circumstances, this is no excuse. I grew up in a wartorn country, surrounded by some awful stuff, had some awful stuff happen to me, but I didn't go kidnap a little boy and do unspeakable things to him then outright deny involvement.
     

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