Saturday, December 7, 2013
Prosecute the Killers of Hailey Dunn!
Enough already, just prosecute the killers of Hailey Dunn!
The case of Hailey Dunn was not a mystery of "who done it?" but one of obvious facts and a powerful case of circumstance. The only mystery was where the body was dumped, though it was known for a long time that the body would be found:
Within the perimeter of Hailey's home and Shawn Adkins trek that fateful morning and...
in an "ugly" field area, that Billie Jean did not want searched.
This mystery came to an end when a concerned citizen, out walking, found her remains. Curtis Lloyd then was silenced by prosecutors, so as not to 'taint the case.'
Curtis knew that the remains were Hailey's and what he saw, even without a trained eye, told him he saw a homicide victim. It was enough to turn his stomach, and ours, collectively. The anger should have fueled the prosecutors, filling them with resolve.
From the beginning, we knew. We knew what was the truth of the disappearance of Hailey Dunn, the little girl who had no chance in life for happiness being born to a sociopathic mother, who's boyfriend de jour, happened to share her lust for blood.
When Hailey's mother, Billie Jean Dunn, first went on the Nancy Grace Show (she just couldn't resist) she did what every liar does:
she talked too much.
In the very first moments of the case, astute listeners and readers here knew:
Hailey was not missing, but dead and...
Billie Jean needed an alibi.
Billie Jean Dunn was in cover-up mode and had researched a case where a little girl went to a sleep over and was murdered, and used the same story. Like Tiffany Hartley dreaming of Leo DiCaprio in Titanic to describe her dying husband, Billie Jean eschewed fiction for the true crime account, forgetting that the story was in Nancy Grace's own online library. Nancy Grace ain't the sharpest, and it took a few appearances to catch on, but eventually she did. But in the beginning of the story,
Nancy Grace asked how far Hailey had to go to the sleep over.
Billie Jean Dunn said, "Oh, four or five blocks."
Not bad. She answered the question, which is what truthful people do. This is called staying in "bounds" of the question.
Except that deceivers are always a bit on edge, and always feel the need to persuade, so...she went further, and we in the world of analysis remember:
"The brain knows what it knows" so if the person speaks, the info will sleep out.
"She wasn't allowed to go out after dark..." said Dunn, showing the need to be seen as a good mother.
She did what innocent mothers of missing children will not do, right out of the pages of Solominic wisdom:
She spoke of Hailey in the past tense, as if deceased.
It is one signal, the need to be portrayed as a good mother, that indicated guilt as a 'good' mother, but it was quite another to actually reference a missing child in the past tense.
Ms. Grace missed this point, however, and kept on going.
"Tell me what happened..." to which Billie Jean Dunn told us something different:
"She went missing while I was at work."
This is called "out of bounds" of the question. The question was not, "When did she go missing?" but simply, "What happened?"
Asking one "What happened?" and "what happened next?" are the two best questions a journalist or seeker of information can ask. The question, "What happened?" allows the subject to choose exactly where, in the story, the subject finds most important. It speaks to priority.
This answer is "out of bounds" of the question, which to the Analyst, is considered very important information.
Billie Jean Dunn needed to establish that whatever it was that happened, happened while she was at work, so don't you go thinking that she had anything to do with it! This need to persuade that she did not have anything to do with it, itself, points to guilt.
In just the first few minutes of the appearance, we knew that Hailey would not be found alive, and that the mother has guilty knowledge of her death.
Of course, Billie Dunn went on to reveal her drug abuse (tooth ache) and perversity, along with boyfriend, Shawn Adkins.
They were into drugs, violence, sexual violence, deviate sex, bestiality, and, alas, child pornography. With a bonanza of sickening pornography found, famed attorney and frequent appearance on the Grace show, Ray Guidice said that this could have, simply, handed over to the feds who would have prosecuted Shawn Adkins.
Adkins, the man behind the mask, is scared of his own shadow. Billie Dunn was the brains of the two, who made up the account and orchestrated the dumping of the body. Shawn hid behind her for as long as she could tolerate him but, as her nature showed, she was not someone who would be in a steady, long term relationship with any man. Her family had 3 generations of them locked in cages, keeping society safe from them, while Adkins' family could only look at the indulged monster, see him fail a polygraph, and go into defensive, quiet mode, perhaps blaming Billie Dunn, while excusing their son's behavior as the young man was under the older woman's spell.
The fearful Adkins would have done anything to save his skin from being a child pornographer in prison, and Hailey's remains would have been given up a long time ago, but still...
You said we had to wait until you found the body, and now you have the body. You have the cell phone pings and you have a mountain of circumstantial evidence. You've got a defense attorney who's lust for all things public will cause him to trip, if you build the case to the jury slowly, step by step.
Begin with the life style we have come to know so well: depraved indifference to human life, especially children, exploited for sexual gratification. Next, show the jury a few puppies or kittens or other animals being brutalized for the perverse pleasure of Dunn & Adkins.
Next, break out the homemade porn, the blood lust videos, and then introduce the numbing of the soul through drugs.
Let Billie Dunn's own words bring her to the gallows.
Then take her story, and poke hole after hole after hole...that is, if you even get to this point.
Why wouldn't you have to get to this point?
Because by the time the jury sees all that she and Adkins were in to, no matter how much like a school Marm her attorney attempts to make her into, the disgust will be to the point where body language analysts watching will see:
the jury will not be able to make eye contact with Billie Jean Dunn, due to the bile rising in their stomachs.
At that point, you'll see her begging for a plea bargain.
If you don't wish to travel down this road, than HAND OVER THE CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CASE to federal prosecutors and let them HAVE AT Shawn Adkins. You think you now need a confession?
You'll get your confession.
He was into masks because the evil he did eroded his soul, and whatever's left of it, shivers in the night, as he lives his life waiting for the other shoe to fall; the knock on the door, and the day of reckoning.
Not so much with Billie Jean Dunn who's soul was long gone before she ever gave birth to Hailey Dunn. Hers was stolen, before age four, during critical brain development, by sexual perversion and violence. She did not ever have the part of the brain developed that shows empathy, boundaries, and human attachment.
She won't confess unless it is in her best interest.
The longer you wait, the angrier the public grows, and the confidence once afforded you, erodes.
Take what you have and give it your best.
If not, it is time to send the child pornography over to the federal prosecutors. Take your slice of humble pie and just do it.