Sunday, February 10, 2013

Dylan Redwine: Crime Wire



We'd like to cover the story of missing 13 year old Dylan Redwine and invite his family to contact Crime Wire to highlight Dylan's ordeal. 


18 comments:

Hobnob said...

A great idea, i shall definitely be there.

Mark redwine this is your chance to call out to Dylan as well as telling us about his time with you

john said...

Im new to Crime Wire,has anyone when asked/invited to go on the show ever took up on the invite especialy in sensitive cases like this?

john said...

OT
DNA Riddle As Twins Held In Rapes Case

Police say one of the twins may have carried out a string of rapes but they cannot tell which one as their DNA is too similar.
DNA evidence was found at some of the crime scenes
French police investigating a series of rapes are perplexed after DNA evidence matched a set of twins - but they cannot tell which brother may be to blame.

With telling the difference between the twins' DNA extremely difficult and expensive, police in the southern city of Marseille have in the meantime charged both men, identified only as Elwin and Yohan, and are holding them without bail.

"It's a rather rare case for the alleged perpetrators to be identical twins," chief investigator Emmanuel Kiehl said.

The two men, both 24-year-old unemployed delivery drivers, deny any involvement in the rapes of six women between between September and January.

Police admit that without far more extensive tests it will be difficult to figure out which of the twins was possibly behind the attacks or whether both men were indeed involved.

Police tracked the twins down through video footage recorded on a bus and a mobile telephone allegedly taken from one of the victims and found in the brothers' possession.

The victims' mobile phones were taken in each of the attacks, which took place in the corridors of buildings and involved women aged 22 to 76.

Police said the victims were also able to identify the suspects, but not to tell them apart.

Mr Kiehl said DNA evidence was found at some of the crime scenes but that regular tests were incapable of differentiating between the twins.

The cost of extensive-enough tests would be "onerous", he said.

Local newspaper La Provence reported that police were told it could cost up to 1m euros (£845,000) for the necessary tests.

Only the smallest of differences exist in the DNAs of identical twins.

"For a normal analysis we compare 400 base pairs," a DNA expert told La Provence, adding that with twins: "We would be looking at billions."

john said...

^^^^^^

http://news.sky.com/story/1050258/dna-riddle-as-twins-held-in-rapes-case

john said...

SA would be a useful tool in the above case,if they released both of the brothers statements.

Lis said...

OT:
Here is a story that I am having a hard time analyzing. Anyone interested in looking at it? The woman gives a lot of statements but I am on the fence about her.

Police officer accused of groping handcuffed, pregnant woman
http://www.komonews.com/news/local/Police-officer-accused-of-groping-handcuffed-pregnant-woman-190472651.html

Peter Hyatt said...

Lis,

I have done work before on this sort of thing where a cop was accused.

When the cop speaks, we know. We don't even need a poly because language tells, especially when sexual intent is there.

I will take a look.

In the future, if you can transcribe or highlight actual statements, it means a faster response from others.

Peter

Hobnob said...

john said...
Im new to Crime Wire,has anyone when asked/invited to go on the show ever took up on the invite especialy in sensitive cases like this?


Hi John, I don't know about crime wire, Peter had billie dunn (and shawn adkins) several times on his ow show. It was comical her pretending they had split up and us hearing him in the background. She got a tad pi$$y on one show and hung up on him after calling him a stupid ass

john said...

HI,Thanks Hobs.

Would those recordings of the shows be in a back catalogue?

Anonymous said...

Comments and article about pregnant lady being groped by cop:

An Auburn police officer is under investigation for allegedly groping a pregnant and handcuffed woman.

The incident happened at 1:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning last month. The alleged victim, Hannah Thompson, said she was so traumatized that she's now afraid to be home alone because the officer knows were she lives.

Thompson said she got an uncomfortable feeling when spotted a police officer as she left the Sports Page Bar in Auburn.

"I had made eye contact with him and I kind of got just a weird vibe," she said.

She drove away, and said the officer followed her the two blocks to her house.

"When I went to get out of the car he was like, 'Get back in the car,' and this whole time I didn't even know he was behind me. His lights weren't on or nothing," Thompson said.

Thompson claims the officer accused her of trying to elude him.

"He asked if I had something to drink, I said I had a glass of wine earlier at the Muckleshoot. I'm pregnant and can't drink," she said.

She said the officer administered sobriety tests, then handcuffed her and put her in his patrol car. Thompson claims the officer said she smelled like pot and he would have to search her.

"He went down my shirt in the front, underneath the wire," she said.

Thompson said the officer never looked in her jacket or back pockets, but did put his hand down the front of her pants.

"He started at the left side and went to the right side, and as he got to the front he kind of went down further," she said.

Thompson began crying and the officer took off her handcuffs, but told her he wanted more information.

"He asked, like, three different times if he could come inside," Thomspson said.
Thompson contacted the Auburn Police Department and the officer was placed on paid administrative leave. The Puyallup Police Department is now conducting a criminal investigation.

"There have been no complaints like this before with this officer, and he's been with us for 4 to 5 years," said Auburn Police Commander Mike Hirman.

Thompson's fiance said she's been stressed out and depressed ever since the incident and she miscarried last week.

"For it to be a law officer protecting to serve, who you are you going to turn to next if you feel you can't turn to them?" said Thompson's fiance, Benjamin Mayfield.




Kathead

Something seems off to me. It's just a feeling I got, but I can't explain it using SA lol. Someday I'll be able to use it to pinpoint WHY something is off to me.

Hobnob said...

Hi John , they should be available, i can't recall off the top of my head when the shows were, i'll have to have a rummage in my chatroom files

Hobnob said...

Thompson said she got an uncomfortable feeling when spotted a police officer as she left the Sports Page Bar in Auburn.

"I had made eye contact with him and I kind of got just a weird vibe," she said.

She doesn't tell us she got a weird vibe only that it was kind of just a weird vibe.
there are 2 qualifiers which weakens her statement. Kind of got is not the same as got a, and, just minimises down.
Why would she worry aout making eye contact with a cop if she has nothing to hide?

"When I went to get out of the car he was like, 'Get back in the car,' and this whole time I didn't even know he was behind me. His lights weren't on or nothing," Thompson said.
She doesn't say he told her to get back in the car she says he was like so we can't say it for her. What was actually said if he was only like saying it?

"He asked if I had something to drink, I said I had a glass of wine earlier at the Muckleshoot. I'm pregnant and can't drink," she said.
She tells us she is pregnant and can't drink yet tells us she had a glass of wine. they are contradictory statements.

She said the officer administered sobriety tests, then handcuffed her and put her in his patrol car. Thompson claims the officer said she smelled like pot and he would have to search her.
No mention of if she passed or failed the sobriety tests.
Also no mention of if she had taken pot or not. here would be the time she should tell us she hadn't taken pot.
She tells us she had a glass of wine in regard to the sobriety tests yet no denial of taking pot when she claims he said she smelled of it. Is she being deceptive by ommission?

"He started at the left side and went to the right side, and as he got to the front he kind of went down further," she said.
Again she doesn't say he went down further only that he kind of which weakens he statement. If she can't say he went down further we can't say it for her.

Thompson began crying and the officer took off her handcuffs, but told her he wanted more information.
"He asked, like, three different times if he could come inside," Thomspson said.

Oh dear there is the liar's number (mark McClish). Note again she doesn't say he asked 3 times if he could come inside, only that he asked like three different times.
It is also weaked by the qualifier different if you habe to ask something multiple times they are different times not the same time (otherwise they overlapped)

There are multiple redflags in this woman's story. I am not buying it, there is a lot she isn't telling us (lying by ommission) as well as deceptive statements with qualifiers and the liar's number.

Any statement from the officer will clear or implicate him and don't cop caars these days have cameras in situ so stops are recorded as well as to record what goes on inside the vehicle?

If there is video footage of the stop etc we have our proof.

Ivy said...

OT -- I read this over the weekend and thought SA fans would enjoy. It's about a cold case that was solved after authorities were able to analyze DNA. There are good bits of the interrogation of the suspect interspersed throughout the article. http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/print/2011/06/the-lazarus-file/308499/

Lemon said...

I would love to hear more of what Mark Redwine has to say regarding Dylan's disappearance.

BostonLady said...

I'm with Lemon. I would love to hear more of what Mark Redwine has to say. Is Crime Wire on Tuesdays? It's difficult for me to make the show in the evening because I don't typically get home from work until at least 8pm. :(

I can certainly listen after :) But I miss all the interaction in the chatroom sighhhhhhh.

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