What do we know about Jason Young?

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  1. PolkSaladAnnie

    PolkSaladAnnie Preventing Truth Decay

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    Aside from being at ChartOne 3 mos ... his beautiful, young, healthy, pregnant wife, Michelle-Marie and mother of their 2 and half yr old dau, Cassidy, was found brutally murdered in their home, within hours of his leaving for a business trip.

    He learned of his wife's murder circa (no official time has been released) 2 - 3 pm, Friday 3rd November. He only returned to Raleigh sometime the next day, with his mother, step-father, brother and SIL (or sister and BIL - someone please correct me, lol).

    Earlier on Friday 3rd Nov, out of the blue - JY had called his SIL, Meredith to go collect a fax as he did not want Michelle to see this. It later emerged bu "insiders" the fax was actually a print-out and it was for a surprise gift for Michelle. Meredith arrived to find her sister's body and Cassidy unharmed - and she called 911 at 1:30

    Immediately upon his return, JY was (and has since been) THE ONLY person to be issued with a court order for probable cause to impound his vehicle, as well as to order him to submit to tests.

    NO-ONE else was issued a court order: everyone complied immediately.

    On arrival, his step-father, Gerald McIntyre stated Jason was lawyering up and not talking to LE as, in GMc's words he "doesn't trust" LE.

    Until a recent release, the Sheriff confirmed LE had spoken "only briefly" with JY - who returned to Brevard to stay with his parents.

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    We know very little about this man...

    Where did JY work previously? What is his work history like? Is he sporty? How old is he? Was their marriage going through a difficult time? Is there reason to believe he had a g//f from Florida? How were his finances? Where is his real father? Why is there this growing distance between Fishers and J Young? Why did he not travel back immediately he heard the news? Did both sets parents get on before the murder? Why didn't he opt for a poly?

    Is he truthful - or is he lying?

    I found this on the 'Net:

    Louis N. Eliopolis, Death Investigator's Handbook:

    Truthful vs. Deceptive Behavior

    Truthful

    Nervous at first ; calms down as interview progresses
    Anger; specific
    Composed attitude; self assured
    Wants you to know he's innocent
    Cooperates with investigation
    appears without an attorney
    Willing to prove innocence
    Answers questions directly

    Willing to take lie detector test
    Open; Will volunteer info

    Unyielding & adamant in denials
    Willl sit forward in the chair & ask what you want to know

    Deceptive

    Nervous at first; calms down as interview progresses
    Angry; nonspecific; won't calm down
    Overly anxious; seems confused
    Overly polite
    Defensive
    Will be quiet; afraid he will say something to get him in trouble
    Evasive in answers
    Non commital in response
    Complains; uncooperative
    Guarded about what they tell you
    Have to give a reason why they don't cooperate
    Defeated; slumps head forward

    While statement analysis is only part of any investigation, it's an important part - providing clues to investigators as to what the subject is really thinking.

    Don Rabon, of the North Carolina Justice Academy in Durham, NC, and author of Investigative Discourse Analysis states:

    " These files are analogous to a crime scene. To the uninitiated, the crime scene might look just like an ordinary room. To the trained eye, however, there can be evidence for follow-up everywhere."


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    I lost the link as my puter 'hung' while c/pasting but this info was on a blog!
     
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  3. packerdog

    packerdog Active Member

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    I can't remember what article I read that stated that JY bought a home with another guy before he got married. How long before?

    MY was pregnant before they got married and moved in with JY right before getting married. I think this is odd. They dated for like 5yrs. before. Where did she live?

    I don't think he wanted to get married. I think MY put the pressure on him when she became pregnant, maybe family also.

    I wonder what the guy was like that bought the home with him. Was he gay or straight?

    Your right PSA, we don't know very much about JY.
     
  4. PolkSaladAnnie

    PolkSaladAnnie Preventing Truth Decay

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    Hey packerdog - no we don;t know much ...

    raisin charlie posted this - so we have a birth date here, lol:

    JY was born 4/8/74 for information.


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  5. PolkSaladAnnie

    PolkSaladAnnie Preventing Truth Decay

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    Hi packerdog. Sami found the guys details (thanks Samiya!) R Schaad ----> and then seems JY/MY bought him out (not sure exact title deeds...).

    And yep: seems we know diddly-dang-squat about JY.

    Flash-back: I saw a post yonks back; somebody being at State Grad with him (not sure of where/what that means, either, lol).

    In last 4 months he was at ChartOne 3 mos and then for the last month he's gone into hiding, not cooperated, zeebo, zilch ... has he retained his position at ChartOne? 4 weeks compassionate leave is a wee bit long, eh?

    Interesting to watch this space.... which is like watching paint dry right now, heheeehee! Anyone have any ideas?

    :)
     
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    An intrepid sleuth over at ctv is reporting that
    JY has a lead foot. Many traffic citations for
    speeding. Interesting, if speed was of the
    essence in the possible murder of his wife.
     
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    B/C- I dont understand what they are implying..:doh: :blushing: <-----me---
    do you mean he was able to drive quickly back and forth?
     
  8. packerdog

    packerdog Active Member

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    To bad he didn't get a ticket that night in the wee hours near the house.
     
  9. jilly

    jilly Registered User

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    hmmm. That is interesting. I could read more into that if I wanted to.... hehe! A bit of an agressor.... maybe some road rage too? Not quite the Gentle Ben image that some of his friends have been trying to get across. Any guy that I've ever known with a lead foot has usually had some mental problems. They seem to thrive on the power aspect of it all.

    You're right Packerdog! Too bad.
     
  10. raisincharlie

    raisincharlie Racing Doesn't Lie

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    Its not the power - its the speed - not too many highs as good as a really fast car hummin along. So jilly, what kind of mental problems - help me out here, I'm a speed freak. :D
     
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    jilly Registered User

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    Ohhhhh noooooooo! I was wondering if I should have hit the submit button on this one!!! :D I should no doubt embark on a major case of sucking up here! :D No mental problems for you RC - Just the dorks I've met! haha.

    Anyways, a really fast car is only that though because of the power isn't it? I mean you can speed with a 4 cylinder but it isn't going to give you that rush - or does it? :crazy:
     
  12. raisincharlie

    raisincharlie Racing Doesn't Lie

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    Jilly - you just crack me up ;)

    To me 100 mph is 100 mph regardless of how many cylinders there are but you are right - the power determines how quickly one gets to 100 mph. And if something doesn't happen soon in this case I will no doubt be :crazy: .

    This is my kind of speed:http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1663790109814723120

    :D
     
  13. jilly

    jilly Registered User

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    ROFLYup! That's what you call power! - that ain't no 4 cylinder!!:D

    And speaking of :crazy: you've probably noticed....I'm already there! :D

    I've never followed a case that doesn't have something to talk about before an arrest, so this is very frustrating.
     
  14. raisincharlie

    raisincharlie Racing Doesn't Lie

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    That is a 1999 Ferrari F355 - developing 380 bhp at 8250 rpm and 268 lbs-ft at 6000 rpm. Zero to 60 in 4.9 seconds with a top speed of 183 mph. Mid engine v-8. That is a car !

    This is frustrating but after hearing about the lab backup, I suspect it may be a bit. If they are focusing on JY and are pretty sure - they are going to wait until they have as tight of a case as they can get before they move on it.

    The bad part about this is that the labs are so backed up - this is true most everywhere not just NC - that is incredibly discouraging. Way too much crime going on everywhere - depressing. Oh well, one thing about it - if JY did it - he isn't going to have a good time anytime soon - he's sweating bullets waiting for those police cars to roll in to get him.

    Truth be known - I'm already there :crazy: as well.
     
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    same here jilly...Sara Walker was one of 'those' though......i never thought the husband was the perp, however i never thought it was some total stranger either...ended up it was... (total stranger, very random)
    ...this morning when i got up, i was so 'blahhhhh' over this case, but i keep reminding myself, something WILL break, & i think it will be soon...(not soon enough for me, but......it will, & there WILL be justice for Michelle)
     
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    hmmmm, 'pumped up' kinda guy, huh?????? :cool:
    ...i agree, interesting..
     
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    i've met a few myself....all that 'power' right under their foot...boring, for the most part...imo

    lol,,,,the "dorks" i know of all had more than 4 cylinders...woohoo, yeehaawww & all that chit :rolleyes:
     
  18. raisincharlie

    raisincharlie Racing Doesn't Lie

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    Hiya Close!:) OK.....you've talked me into it....I won't give up! RC is right about the backlog too. When you've got other outstanding murder cases it makes sense that this would go to the bottom of the list.
     
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    jilly Registered User

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    ROFL!
     
  21. close_enough

    close_enough Inactive

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    hiya jilly:)

    (hey, go read my post on the 15,000 backwards thread...in the jury room...no need for a response, just want you to read it:)
     
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