- Jan 16, 2014
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Interesting information, China Cat. Now....I wonder if they have looked into the painters and roofers. ( I immediately thought of Elizabeth Smart when I saw this.)
BBM This says Jayme was there when her parents were killed . Doesn't mention her being there during the call. Does anyone have a quote from the Sheriff stating she was there during the call ?
“Her parents died from gunshot wounds that's why we are ruling this a homicide. There was no gun found on the scene. We believe Jayme was home based on the evidence in our case. Some of it from that 911 call and some of it is still part of the active investigation and we're not able to comment on why we believe that,” said Fitzgerald.
The sheriff called a meeting Wednesday evening with Barron County residents, but he barred reporters from attending, saying he wants to have a private dialogue with the people who elected him.
Bill Lueders, president of the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, called the decision to bar the media "offensive."
"The media are uniquely able to help, in terms of getting out information and encouraging people to share tips," Lueders said. "Does he want to find this girl, or does he just want to make a public display of his dislike for the press?"
Investigators have '100 percent expectation' that missing Wisconsin girl Jayme Closs is still alive
if they did something like this what would happen to the people who refused?
Oh, I bet the press will ask people afterward what was said.
hopefully some outlet sent in a intern or something !
most have very strong notions about the first amendment - so i would think this would trigger some resourcefulness regarding overt violations of our first amendment
and it is national story - so there would , I would think be some big city folk that find this as disturbing as some!!