WI WI - Racine Co., WhtFem 199UFWI, 14-25, cauliflower ear, western shirt, July'99

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  1. Bit of hope

    Bit of hope Well-Known Member

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    I don't have access to the recent rule out list in Namus. I would have checked that first, if I had the possibility. Up the thread, there are some rule outs listed, but it's from a while back.
     
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    Mrs. Badcrumble The North remembers

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    Harmony 2 Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    fyi duplicate threads have been merged.
     
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    BigCityAccountant Well-Known Member

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    Haven’t posted in quite a while, but she seems to have some American Indian aspects to the facial reconstruction picture. Could also explain a lot of travel in a short period of time. I have a friend who’s daughter is Polish and American Indian and has somewhat similar features.
     
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    Tamara Porrin isn't on the ruleouts.

    MP9699 Audrey Backeberg 07/01/1962 Marion IN
    MP7572 Veronica Blumhorst 09/20/1990 -- IL
    MP31604 Christine Boggio 05/30/1993 Solano CA
    MP1830 Aundria Bowman 03/11/1989 Allegan MI
    MP3974 Mary Burnett 06/01/1984 Coosa AL
    MP4441 Sara Bushland 04/03/1996 Washburn WI
    MP490 Tina D'Ambrosio 06/11/1996 Maricopa AZ
    MP19772 Sabine Duellmann 03/18/1998 Anchorage AK
    MP7595 Jane Kelsey 08/22/1994 Onondaga NY
    -- Myriam Kniaz 11/15/1981 -- --
    MP7660 Tina LAYTON 06/07/1990 Sacramento CA
    MP530 Sabrina Long 08/14/1991 Bibb GA
    MP3898 Nyleen Marshall 06/25/1983 Jefferson MT
    -- Lindsey Nicholls 08/02/1993 -- --
    MP8051 Judith ODonnell 11/30/1980 New York NY
    MP835 Paige Renkoski 05/24/1990 Livingston MI
    MP6569 Christina Richart 06/01/1999 Franklin AR
    MP4609 Stacy Rudolph 12/02/2000 Taylor WI
    MP974 Patricia Schmidt 06/04/1985 Henrico VA
    MP4381 Lisa Schmidt 10/02/1994 Hudson NJ
    MP6635 Suzanne Schultz 12/01/1978 Hillsborough FL
    MP6635 Suzanne Schultz 12/01/1978 Hillsborough FL
    MP8982 Dawn Silvernail 11/08/1991 Ionia MI
    MP21890 Helen Stark 01/12/1946 Milwaukee WI
    MP5386 Karen Wells 04/12/1994 Cumberland PA
    MP775 Amber Wilde 09/23/1998 Brown WI
    MP9069 Julie Wilkinson 05/06/1998 Potter TX

    https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/4741/details
     
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    Bit of hope Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Carbuff.
    I don't think it's Tamara after all. She would have been 43 in '99, if her height is accurate there is quite a big height difference, considering the fact that she was 15 she probably could have grown a little bit more but probably not that much. They think she met foul play not long after she went missing.
     
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    What about the clothes...fibers or hair found...possible DNA?
     
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    https://wisconsindot.gov/Documents/dmv/shared/ltr-se.pdf Maybe he was a truck driver . Or maybe she was a victim of domestic violence she had injuries in various stages of healing lack of dental care lack of any care really and I highly doubt he beat that pour girl to death in a vehicle . He was in the area near by . And if her family hasn’t reached out he may have forced her to cut them off out of her life . If she is between the ages of 14 to 25 if we searched year books of schools in the surrounding counties maybe we could find her picture. Maybe the dude has a record . Honestly I don’t think a person stops this type of abuse cold turkey he has to have something on him . he couldn’t have lived very far ... we all come from some one some where and all of us leave trails well more like paper trails . There is a trace of her somewhere we just have to connect the dots .
     
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    I haven't thought or really contemplated over the details and timeline, but at first glance looking at Tamara Porrin, it was shocking to me! The curly hair, facial features, it kind of made me gasp for a second.
     
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    What if she was never actually dumped ? What if she tried to run in the early part of the morning when who ever had her had fallen asleep or left the house and later succumbed to her injuries . They say some can die within hours after blunt force trauma . Malnutrition heavy exertion and the extent of her injuries could have caused her to collapse where they found her . Did they ever say anything about the bottom of her feet ? Was she picked up from inside and carried to a vehicle ? Was her feet clean ? Or dirty from running through a corn field? Or down a road ? What did her feet look like ?
     
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    I have always been stuck on how brutally mistreated she was. The killer was absolutely cold and callused. I keep thinking this was not his first victim, or last! Anyone fit his MO?
     
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    I agree , as brutal as it was there’s no way he started out this brutal
     
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    Why would he have murdered her then dumped her body dressed in his clothes ?
    Usually you hear of people dumping their victims naked especially if sexual assault occurred but never really dressed in their own clothes . If he was in a hurry I could see , but if you’ve held a person for that long your not in that big of a hurry to dispose of her body . And if he was then who was he afraid of finding out maybe someone else was living in that house with them .
     
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