Saturday, April 13, 2013

Crime Wire: JUSTICE FOR HAILEY Tuesday, April 16th, 2013 7PM EST

Question:  How does one control the blue marbles when one only wants the red marbles to come out?


On Tuesday, join Statement Analyst Kaaryn Gough as we discuss Justice for Hailey Dunn on Crime Wire, 7PM EST.

If a journalist was to say to Shawn Adkins, "Are these remains Hailey's? and he gave a lengthy answer, we could post analysis of his answer and know.


Dee said...

I can't listen in live but I look forward to listening on Wednesday morning. Maybe we'll have an answer by then.

Pam said...

Sorry to go off-topic Peter, but would you be able to do an analysis of John Carter's statement to a FOX19 reporter when Katelyn Markham's remains were identified?

This is the statement:

"I miss Katelyn very much. She meant everything to me and losing someone like that can really destroy your life, and I did everything I could to get a life back, and I started going to school, back to work, starting to form new friendships and starting to actually have something of a life after being so violently taken from me, and now I just want to grieve and want to be, figure out how to deal with this. I don't know how to deal with this. I have never lost someone close to me."

I can't hear about Katelyn over the crashing sounds of "ME ME ME". The phrase "taken so violently" stands out-the forensic pathologists have not released a report on whether this was a homicide and how Katelyn died. How would John know it was "violently". Lots o' red flags with this statement.

BostonLady said...

Maybe there will be an announcement regarding the remains found in Scurry county before your show....

Anonymous said...

At Boston lady-------- we can only hope and pray there will be breaking news!!!!!

Tania Cadogan said...

off topic

BRUNSWICK, Ga. – The mother and older sister of a coastal Georgia teenager charged with killing a baby last month are pleading not guilty to charges that they tried to dispose of a gun police believe was used in the slaying.

The Brunswick News reports that Karimah Elkins and her 19-year-old daughter, Sabrina Elkins, entered written pleas Friday. Both are charged with evidence tampering in the case against 18-year-old De'Marquise (deh-mahr-KEESE) Elkins. He faces a malice murder charge and other counts in the March 21 slaying of 13-month-old Antonio Santiago in coastal Brunswick.

An indictment accuses the two Elkins women of disposing of a .22-caliber pistol in a small saltwater pond where it was later found by police. The gun is being tested to determine whether it matches the weapon that killed the child

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Statement Analysis Blog said...


or at least leakage!


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Seanacyblue said...

I'm not sure I understand the difference between Statement Analysis and Scientific Analysis, possible for you to explain?