Where Do You Think Teresa Halbach was Killed?

Discussion in 'Netflix Series: Making A Murderer' started by BigCityAccountant, Feb 26, 2016.

  1. missy1974

    missy1974 Well-Known Member

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    This is a prime example of why a grid should be done when investigating an area such as the burn pit and the area around it.

    I find it actually quite interesting that these items were found "south of the pit".

    There is a reason that they were under a different tag number, it was a different day they were collected. #7947 was collected on the 11th of November.

    Pevytoe testifies about searching that area on the 10th/11th. http://www.stevenaverycase.org/wp-c...-Trial-Transcript-Day-18-2007Mar07.pdf#page=5
     
  2. ACJL

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    Yea, different day and (slightly) different location
     
  3. entrustEd

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    Thank you for posting the interrogation link! I didn't know about it. I listened to entire thing, mainly to listen for him speaking about BoD which he did.

    The circumstances of this interrogation are insane, easily bordering on the line of civil rights, not just for BD, but whoever was with him. The Avery family is first barred from their homes! They had to go somewhere. Then investigators stop them on side of a road, get them out of the car in November, interrogate for an an hour and twenty+, then impound their vehicle!? How could anyone not be completely unnerved, let alone an inexperienced kid with learning disabilities.

    I respect your opinion, I think you picked up on BD "lying", but it may NOT be due to his own guilt. It could be to cover for someone in his family, even someone from his own home, --->BoD.

    At 5:35 BoD comes up
    At 6:00 he is asked does BoD live with you, I dont hear him answer.
    At 6:50 "Did Bobby ever say anything about seeing her Monday?"
    Loooong pause, then investigator asks "No?"
    I didn't hear BD answer. (That gives me a chill)

    After 7:00 he says the scratch on his nose is from a dog, "My brother's, Bobby
    ".

    I think BoD is the polar opposite of BD, intelligent, handsome, fit, brooding, dark eyes, like a freaking shark, a predator.

    If I met someone like BoD in passing, he would put me on high alert, because his appearance makes me not trust him.
     
  4. missy1974

    missy1974 Well-Known Member

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    THIS post, by far, makes the most sense! I am fully agreeing with you!! My thoughts exactly!
     
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  7. YIPSISTHEMAN

    YIPSISTHEMAN New Member

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    My guess is that Avery killed her in his bedroom (strangled perhaps, maybe throat sliced... who knows). Then he wrapped her up in the sheets and comforter (I believe his bed was found with no coverings on it at all, so this is plausible) and dragged her into the garage and put a bullet or two into her "just in case."
     
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    I am a firm believer she was killed off Kuss road, thrown into the back of her RAV and buried at the quarry. No one can tell me otherwise, the evidence shows this.
     
  9. missy1974

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    I have been thinking that she and the RAV4 were in the trees at Kuss Rd. for a day or two? possibly? Kuss Rd. really does seem to play a bigger part than the prosecution wanted everyone to think and know. Seeing where the scent dogs tracked, makes this theory more believable IMO
     
  10. Saul Vesalot

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    Yeah. Those places could have just been staging areas. The real murder scene could be 40 miles away, for all we know.

    OR those places could have been where everything went down.
    We know too much and too little simultaneously.
     
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    I think that because of all publicity from SA release from jail that it is very possible that he was framed for this crime. He was all over the news. What idiot leaves the person you killed car and key to said car on your room. He left this there even after being questioned. The DNA evidence hot him off the first time but helps convict him the second time. Hmm. I just do not see how a guy that worked so hard to be released would do something so stupid to go right back . It just does not make sense to me. But maybe he did not like being out of prison and wanted to go back?
     

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