Friday, July 25, 2014

Heather Elvis: Court Filing

This is from "myhorrynews.com" news service.  It appears that Tammy Moorer, via her attorney, has no intention on releasing information that might help alleviate the suffering of the family of Heather Elvis. 

Here is the article: 

Myrtle Beach attorney Greg McCollum recently filed a four-page motion seeking access to a wide variety of documents, witnesses and physical evidence related to the Heather Elvis case, according to court documents.
Filed June 10, the motion is the first step of the discovery process in the trial of Sidney and Tammy Moorer, who face murder charges in connection with Elvis’ disappearance on Dec. 18, 2013.
McCollum, who’s representing Tammy Moorer, asked for all police reports, tangible objects obtained by police or that the state plans to introduce into evidence at trial, and access to all witnesses who have knowledge of facts not favorable to Tammy Moorer.
In addition, the motion seeks results of “laboratory tests, scientific tests, or physical examinations conducted in connection with this case.”
Examples include analysis of handwriting, photographs secured of the crime scene, comparison of finger prints, hair samples and body fluids, the motion states.
A gag order that’s been imposed in the case prohibits prosecutors and defense attorneys from discussing the case.
In his motion, McCollum said “the information is requested on the grounds that it is essential to insure the Defendant’s right to a fair trial, the right to confrontation of witnesses, the right to effective Counsel and due process of law guaranteed by the South Carolina Constitution.”
Sidney and Tammy Moorer were taken into custody on Feb. 21, 2014. They were indicted a month later and remain behind bars pending trial.
In addition to murder, the Moorers have been charged with kidnapping, obstruction of justice and two counts of indecent exposure.

In June, the state attorney general’s office filed additional financial-related charges against the Moorers. An attorney general spokesman said the charges are not related to the murder case.

34 comments:

Anonymous said...

I didnt remember any talk of fingerprints body fluids or handwriting. Anybody else remember what that could be in refference to?

Anonymous said...

It seems as if her attorney wants her to have a fair trial, as I do. I just hope they can find jurors who have half a brain. (It may be hard to do in that area)!

Philly Deb said...
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Nic said...

I'm having a hard time understanding why this is news. Isn't 'disclosure' part of going forward?

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure about disclosure, Nic. I think they only have to disclose any exculpatory evidence. I had to know, so I looked it up and here's what I found. http://atkinsonlawoffices.com/uncategorized/what-is-discovery-in-a-criminal-case/

john said...

OT Update

'We just want the truth': Father of Abigail Hernandez's boyfriend demands answers over where teenager was for nine months and reveals the moment she could have been spared her ordeal
Abigail Hernandez, 15, mysteriously returned to her North Conway, New Hampshire home, last Sunday to the joy of her family and the town
Family and police have not been able to say publicly where she was
James Campbell, father of Abigail's boyfriend Jimmy said the town needs to know what happened
He also revealed that his son saw Abby from school bus the day she vanished but driver would not stop to let him accompany her home
Spoke of how he had to take lie detector test after she disappeared
Family also quizzed over whether Jimmy had got her pregnant after they were allegedly caught on store cameras buying a testing kit
But his son denies this and police sources said they do not believe she has had a baby



The father of the boyfriend of Abigail Hernandez – who went missing for nine months before mysteriously reappearing – spoke of his deep frustration at not knowing where she has been, saying: 'We just want the truth'.
Jimmy Campbell, 15, was left heartbroken and confused when Abigail, his first love, disappeared while walking home from school on October 9 last year – just days before her 15th birthday.
He even started to blame himself because he spotted her, tried to get off the school bus to make sure she was alright, but was stopped by the driver.

That was the last time he laid eyes on her and he has spent the past nine months agonizing over where she is and whether she is alive or dead.
The only contact she had with any friends or family was a letter believed to have been sent by the schoolgirl to her divorced parents, Zenya and Ruben Hernandez, in the weeks after her disappearance.
Then on Sunday night, she suddenly reappeared in North Conway, New Hampshire, dressed in exactly the same clothes as she was wearing on the day she went missing.
She is back with her overjoyed mother Zenya, but there has been no contact between the Hernandez and Campbell families and all the questions of the past nine months still remain unanswered.
Yesterday authorities released a sketch of a man, provided to them by Abby, who they believe drove her away in a blue pick-up back in October.
On Friday, the District Attorney's office revealed that police had received 20 tips from members of the public, following the release of the sketch.
Despite conducting a three-hour interview with the teen, it is unclear whether they know where she was or if she was taken by force.
They have also appealed for witnesses who may have seen Abby return after she was apparently dropped off on the same road that she was possibly abducted from all those months ago.
Sources close to the investigation said the teenager has so far not been able to tell officers many facts about her disappearance.
But they are convinced a crime has been committed - as they believe there is no way the 15-year-old could have stayed hidden and remained healthy for nine months without some kind of adult involvement.
Prior to her disappearance, Abby spent almost everyday round at the Campbell’s house.
She grew incredibly close to Jimmy’s parents, James and Denise and in an exclusive interview with MailOnline, tow-truck driver James said there are still so many things surrounding the case that just don’t add up.
He said: 'It was not like her to run away, not the Abby I knew. She was with us just two days before she went missing. We went to a local fair together and she seemed great, absolutely excellent. I could just not understand it when she went missing.
'Now she’s back, apparently she looks fit and healthy. Well, I'm sorry; if you are on the streets for nine months you're not going to look healthy.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2706057/We-just-want-truth-Father-Abigail-Hernandezs-boyfriend-pleads-told-teenager-nine-months-reveals-moment-spared-ordeal.html#ixzz38ZgH3xgI

john said...

Cont..

'I have instant messaged Abby’s mother Zenya, but we have not had any contact. All I want is the truth, I don’t care what happened, but I want to know who the sons of b*****s were who had her for nine months.'
He went on: 'When she went missing, I hurt. I was upset, I cared about her and I would wake up in the night hurting. I had to take time off work, my boss sent me home.
'My son Jimmy was so shocked on Monday when he heard she was back. He has been waiting for her to come home. He’s not been the same, because he has been angry and moody.
'They were together for almost a year. She was his first love, you have no idea how much he’s hurting. He’s only 15 and he is very confused.

When she first went missing, he was out of school for a week. He was really cut up. He has a letter Abby had written him and he used to read it every night.
'He blamed himself for six months because he had seen her walking down the street the day she went missing and he was the last person to have contact with her.
'He had seen her at school. Everything was fine. They usually get the bus home together, but apparently she wanted to go to the store that day so she walked.
'He was on the bus and he saw her. They texted, she just sent him a smiley face and he asked the bus driver if he could get off to walk with her, but by law they are not allowed to let them get off.'
James added: 'After she disappeared, he waited for her, we told him if he had the chance, he had to move on.
‘He only got with his new girlfriend a month ago. He is very confused and very scared. He wants to know if she is alright, but the worst thing Abby could say to him is, "You weren’t too worried, you found someone else".'
Because Abby spent so much time with Jimmy round at the Campbell’s house, the family were questioned by FBI agents as a matter of course when she first disappeared.

But James says they took it much too far when they started treating him like a suspect and upsetting his family with a number of hurtful questions. He was even asked to take a lie detector test.
He explained: 'We allowed State Troopers to take my son out to the woods to go to places where they used to hang out so they could look for her when she first went missing.
'They took him twice. First time was fine, but the second time, they had the nerve to ask him, "do you think your dad could have had anything to do with this?". He just told them, "take me home right now".
'Then I found out my wife was upset. They had come to my house and started questioning her. Then they even asked my wife if they thought I had something to do with it and if Abby could be hidden under our trailer. Can you believe that?

'The FBI took me in and questioned me. They asked me all sorts of questions. They took all my paperwork from my tow-truck job, so they had proof of dates and times and where I was.
'We were getting madder because we felt they were wasting time when they could have been looking for her. They wouldn’t even put out an Amber Alert, because they said it didn't meet the protocol. Apparently they thought she could have possibly left on her own. In my mind, she's 14, she’s a girl, that's all that matters.
'Then they wanted me to do a lie detector test. I walked straight down to the state police barracks and told them to strap it on me right away. Of course I passed.
'I understand why they did what they did, they knew she spent everyday round at our house, so they had to rule us out, but they were incredibly disrespectful.'
One line of questioning James says the police were taking very seriously was whether Abby had left town because she had fallen pregnant.
Since her return, sources close to the investigation have told MailOnline that they do not believe Abby has had a baby.

john said...

Cont..

James explained: 'The cops asked me if I knew whether Jimmy and Abby were having sex. I said, "If I knew I would have put a stop to it and if I caught them, I would put my foot in both their a***s". But, they are both kids and kids will be kids.
'Then they asked if I knew that they had been to Rite Aid and bought a pregnancy test. They said they had the video from the cash register.
'I asked my son and he said he knew nothing about it. He knows nothing about girl's stuff like that and I'll tell you, my son doesn’t lie to me.
'Then, about six months after Abby went missing, Zenya texted me asking If I knew If they were having sex. A few days ago she was asking for copies of Jimmy and Abby's texts on the day she disappeared. I have no idea why.'
James is convinced she would not have voluntarily got in a car with a man she didn't know.
He said: 'You don’t even know how much we did to try to get Abby home. We delivered flyers, magnets, pens with her face on, up and down the country.

'I called all the towing companies and I faxed them all a picture of Abby and got them to put them in their trucks. I got those pictures all over America, including on my own truck.
'Before she disappeared I used to pick those two kids up, take them for food, give them rides. She was the only person in the world who could get away with calling me Jimbo, because she was so cute when she said it.'
James says his family are overjoyed Abby is home, but he feels the community, who invested so much time and effort into the search, deserve to know what happened.
'I understand the police want to keep the investigation hush hush to an extent, but they wanted our help when they were looking for her, so how about giving us some answers now?', he said.
'People are going to grill her when they see her on the street. School starts in a month. I think it needs to be out in the open now.
'From Jimmy’s perspective it is very tough. I don't know how many times I heard people say, "I wonder if the boyfriend did something". He is the sweetest kid, he doesn’t have a bad bone in his body.
'They just need to say something. The longer they wait, the worse it’s going to get.'
When investigators released the suspect’s image on Thursday, they also put out a cryptic statement, which seems to suggest detectives are far from solving the case.
It read: 'While the investigation remains on-going, law enforcement authorities are still attempting to ascertain and confirm information as to whether this man or any others who may have been involved with Abigail's disappearance took her against her will, enticed her away, detained her or concealed her whereabouts for the last nine months.'

Abigail's mother has only made one public statement since Abby's return. She said the family were 'the happiest people on earth.'
Abigail is back with Zenya, who works as a nurse, and her elder sister Sarah in their apartment in a tree-lined complex on the edge of North Conway.
Zenya and her ex- husband Ruben apparently went through an unpleasant divorce a few years back.
The wealthy businessman, who is president of a firm called Structural Solutions inc, divides his time between New Hampshire and Texas and is said to own several properties across the US.
Locals say they rarely see Mr Hernandez, but he did put up $30,000 reward money for information leading to his daughter's safe return.

john said...

Cont..

Two people who have worked tirelessly on the campaign to bring Abby home are Amanda Smith and Paul Kirsch.
They ran the Bring Abby Home website and while they both understand the public’s burning desire to find out what happened to the school girl, they have urged people to focus instead on the fact that she is home, safe and sound.
Speaking to MailOnline, Paul said: 'We have had one goal throughout this process and that was to bring Abby home. The investigation is on-going into what happened, but that is down to the police and the FBI.'
Amanda Smith spoke to Zenya everyday through the ordeal and says she showed incredible courage.
But when Abby was eventually found, the overjoyed mother broke down in her first conversation with Amanda and said: 'She’s home. It’s over. The nightmare’s over. She’s back.'
She added: 'They could just sit in a room staring at each other and they’d be happy. They are just enjoying being around each other.'
But despite Amanda and Paul’s message, many locals in North Conway feel the same as James Campbell and are still incredibly frustrated by the lack answers.
A number of people posted their views on the Facebook page of The Conway Daily Sun.
One, Jaime McKinnon, wrote: 'Okay... So I hate to be a huge jerk here.. but seriously. It's like pulling teeth to get any darn info. The entire area has gone above and beyond to support and help with the search for her. Now she's back and we can't get any darn answers.'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2706057/We-just-want-truth-Father-Abigail-Hernandezs-boyfriend-pleads-told-teenager-nine-months-reveals-moment-spared-ordeal.html

newenglandwaterblog said...

Another tragic death of a baby in a car...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2706440/Pictured-The-10-month-old-girl-died-left-hot-car-two-hours-foster-father-wants-die-tragedy.html

john said...

OT Update, Abigail Hernandez.

Family says missing NH teen returned home thin, very weak.

http://www.whdh.com/story/26118225/family-says-missing-nh-teen-returned-home-thin-very-weak

john said...

My apologies for all the OT's. I have been following all these cases from day 1.

Erica Parsons' adoptive mom speaks out year after reported missing

http://www.wnem.com/story/26086798/one-year-since-reported-missing-wheres-erica-parsons

Anonymous said...

the boyfriends father speaking of hernandez raises a couple red flags.

Anonymous said...

whenever somebody says they were waisting time investigating me when they could have been looking for her. sounds suspicious.

Anonymous said...

but the fact that whover took her let her go is awesome

Anonymous said...

i hadnt been patying attention to this case. but yeah boyfriends dad. should prob be investigated further.

Anonymous said...

They offered to help, not rule the media events nor demand an emotional scene from the family. They should be happy she's back and leave it at that.

Anonymous said...

I think it's weird that James Campbell describes Hernandez as fit and healthy when she got home. But how would he have seen her to know this, surely her own mother didn't use the word "fit" in decribing her.. "Fit" is a word men use to describe attractive females.

john said...

Just a few points.

James said there are still so many things surrounding the case that just don’t add up.
He said: 'It was not like her to run away, not the Abby I knew. She was with us just two days before she went missing. We went to a local fair together and she seemed great, absolutely excellent. I could just not understand it when she went missing.
'Now she’s back, apparently she looks fit and healthy. Well, I'm sorry; if you are on the streets for nine months you're not going to look healthy.


We went to a local fair together and she seemed great, absolutely excellent.

Who is the we he refers to?. Was it just him and Abby?. Was there anyone else with them?.

"she seemed great, absolutely excellent.

Note the qualifiers, weakening the statement. Was Abby, as happy as he makes out?.

'Now she’s back,

There is something not right about these words, they project resentment that she is "back". Now she is home, is what i would expect?.

"It was not like her to run away, not the Abby I knew"

Is this distancing language?. Why is it not "the Abby" i know?.

"Now she’s back, apparently she looks fit and healthy.

Yet in the article above. The family say she is thin and very weak, and that they're working on getting her to eat solid food.
To me that doesn't sound like someone who is "fit and healthy"

He went on: 'When she went missing, I hurt. I was upset, I cared about her and I would wake up in the night hurting. I had to take time off work, my boss sent me home.
'My son Jimmy was so shocked on Monday when he heard she was back. He has been waiting for her to come home. He’s not been the same, because he has been angry and moody.


Order is always important.

Note he was hurt, he was upset, he cared about her, he would wake up in the night hurting, he had to take time off work, and his boss sent me home.

He then goes on to say what his son was going through.

He has a lot of anger towards LE, why?. It is obvious that they would want to question his son, and his family, given the amount of time Abby spent with them.

'Then they wanted me to do a lie detector test. I walked straight down to the state police barracks and told them to strap it on me right away. Of course I passed.

"Of course i passed"

The words "of course" indicate that he wants us to accept something without question.

"The cops asked me if I knew whether Jimmy and Abby were having sex. I said, "If I knew I would have put a stop to it and if I caught them, I would put my foot in both their a***s". But, they are both kids and kids will be kids.

I would put my foot in both their a***s".

Why would he want to use this type of language. Abby is missing, that would be the last thing on my mind. I would address that situation once Abby is "Home" not "back" as he puts it. Is this also subtle disparagement?.

"Then they asked if I knew that they had been to Rite Aid and bought a pregnancy test. They said they had the video from the cash register.
'I asked my son and he said he knew nothing about it. He knows nothing about girl's stuff like that and I'll tell you, my son doesn’t lie to me."


Note, anything said in the negative as sensitive.

"She was the only person in the world who could get away with calling me Jimbo, because she was so cute when she said it."

"So cute"

Red flag.

This is the type of language i would expect people to use about a toddler/young baby, not a 14yr old girl.

Did the father have desires for Abby?. In my opinion, by his language, i would say yes. Was he involved in her going missing?. From what i have read, and in my limited knowledge of SA, i don't know, but i would question him more. Hannah Anderson springs to mind, without the murder.

Juliette said...

John, I find the 'off topic' articles interesting, and I am also following the Erica Parson case.

In the link you provided, Casey Parson is quoted:

But the way Casey Parsons tells it, during other sessions "some of the days when they would visit and talk and it would be centered around to us completely - that we're the ones that was completely responsible for Erica's disappearance. That we lied. We did this."

I find it sounds like they did something to cause Erica's disappearance in the articles I've read because of their statements, as well as their son Jamie's statements. This quote is only one among many that I've found which makes them sound guilty to me.

john said...

Hi Juliett,

I posted this on another thread.

Erica’s adoptive mother: ‘Erica is alive’

As the investigation into the disappearance of missing teen Erica Parsons approaches the one-year mark, Casey Parsons told WBTV in a recent interview that she believes her adopted daughter is still alive.

“Erica is alive. She is very much alive,” Casey Parsons told the news station in an interview aired Tuesday night. “Do I think Erica is going to be back? I sure do. When? I hope very soon. I pray that every night.”

No one has been charged in connection with Erica’s disappearance.

Erica, who was adopted as a baby, was reported missing July 30, 2013, although she hadn’t been seen by anyone outside her family for nearly two years. The search for her by Rowan County, state and federal authorities cast suspicion on her adoptive parents, Casey and Sandy Parsons. Investigators suspect foul play and say Erica was likely abused.

Carolyn Parsons, who used to be related to Sandy Parsons through marriage, still questions whether police are doing enough to figure out what happened.

“This is probably one of the biggest cases in this field that Rowan County has ever had,” she told the Observer in an interview last week. “I don’t think (investigators) know what they’re doing.”

In a statement, the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office said investigators are working with the FBI and SBI to find Erica. “Work by all of the law enforcement partners continues on this case at many different levels,” the statement said.

Erica was reported missing by her adoptive brother last July following his fight with the Parsonses.

Casey and Sandy Parsons initially said they’d sent Erica to live with a woman named Irene “Nan” Goodman, who they claimed was Erica’s biological grandmother. The couple said Nan had contacted Casey Parsons on Facebook and ultimately invited Erica to stay with her.

Later, they backtracked on that story, saying they were swindled, says their attorney, Carlyle Sherrill.

The developments unfolded on national television. The Parsonses went on the “Dr. Phil” show, claiming their innocence. During a lie detector test, an expert said Sandy Parsons was “deceptive” about Erica’s disappearance.


Casey Parsons did not take the polygraph exam because she described herself as being in severe pain, and the show’s polygraph expert said he opted not to give her the test because the body’s response to pain can be confused with deception.

Investigators have said they’ve found no evidence Goodman ever existed. They have searched the Parsonses’ home outside Salisbury and the property of Sandy Parsons’ father in China Grove, where the Parsonses kept a storage shed.

“We’d do lineups and look over people. It was a lot centered on even – like sex trafficking. Erica could be a victim of that,” Casey Parsons says detectives told them.

Casey Parsons told WBTV that she and her husband felt investigators’ focus was squarely on them.

“Some of the days when they would visit and talk and it would be centered around to us completely – that we’re the ones that was completely responsible for Erica’s disappearance. That we lied. We did this,” she said.

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/07/23/5061913_ericas-adopted-mother-erica-is.html#.U9DWBONdWWc#storylink=cpy

Juliette said...

In regards to the Parsons, and their son Jamie changing his story, Le responded:

WBTV asked investigators if Jamie Parsons changed his story, and if detectives suspect Erica is a victim of sex traffickers.

The Rowan County Sheriff's Office said "It appears that Casey was very untruthful, misleading, and made every attempt to be deflective in accepting responsibility for the disappearance of Erica Parsons."

john said...

Brother of missing teen, Erica Parsons, sorry investigation 'got out of control'

ROWAN COUNTY, NC (WBTV) -
Jamie Parsons hadn't seen his adopted sister, Erica, for about a year and a half. Finally in July 2013, he decided to file a missing person report with the Rowan County Sheriff's Office.

"That day turned my whole life upside down, turned people against me, put everything I do at risk" he told WBTV.

"I thought personally that while I was up there, they would actually find her, turn around, look at me and say there she is - she's living in this city" he said. "I was going to walk back home. Go back home. But then it changed. It didn't come out the way I thought."

The case became headline news and the talk of Rowan County.

Police began investigating. They searched the Parsons' property in Salisbury but there was no sign of Erica.

Jamie admits that last year he told detectives his parents beat Erica.

Wednesday afternoon when the 21-year-old sat down with WBTV, he said of the abuse, "half the time I didn't see stuff just like that - no. I didn't see physically abusing as what people are trying to put."

One year later Erica, now 16-years-old, is still missing.

Jamie's parents, Casey and Sandy Parsons, continue to face police questioning and the couple's two youngest biological children have been removed from the home.

Jamie Parsons said he just went along with what people were saying.

"Everybody kept on telling me, and the family said that Sadie and Toby would be at risk, so I just agreed but not knowing the outcome. But now I know the outcome. And I know where Sadie and Toby belong. Mama would take a bullet for Sadie and Toby in a second. She ain't going to put a bullet in them. She'd take a bullet for them."

He said he recently wrote his parents two letters "that I would try to fix Sadie and Toby's lives."

john said...

Cont..

"I'm apologizing it got out of control. I mean, yeah, mama wants to find Erica too. People think mama doesn't want to find Erica. She does. People think she killed Erica and she doesn't want to find her."

Jamie Parsons said he does not believe his mother harmed Erica.

"Yeah, Erica is missing. She might not be missing. She might be with one of her other family members, as claimed as being Nan like people are saying, or she might be hiding like a lot are saying."

Casey Parsons insists she took Erica to her paternal grandmother, Nan. Police say Erica's paternal grandmother died years ago.

Jamie Parsons said "I've never seen Nan. I've never talked to Nan, but I did not say there is no Nan."

He said the past year has been "terrifying. Like a nightmare. Like none of this is real. Like every second I'm going to wake up and it's going to go back to normal."

He tries to not think about that July day, last year, when he filed the missing persons report.

According to Jamie Parsons, he has received threats from strangers and friends - people who think he's changing this story.

"I'm not changing the story. I'm just saying my mom is trying to help too. She's not as guilty as everybody keeps saying she is. She might be. From my point of view she's not. That's my opinion."

Jamie Parsons said when he started this last year "I tried to find Erica. I didn't start this to go put my mom as a criminal."

If he could turn back the calendar one year, what would he do?

"I would ask mama again where she's at. I'm sorry it got out of control. It was other family members that got it out of control. I put in a missing persons report. I didn't put in for a body."

Still, he acknowledged he understands why people are thinking the worst - Erica was gone a year and a half before she was reported missing.

"Yeah it doesn't make sense. I can agree with you there. And it's been so long, yes. But I can tell you this too, I was away from my mama for year. I didn't die."

http://www.kpho.com/story/26098050/jamie-parsons-on-his-missing-adopted-sister-erica-i-put-in-for-a-missing-persons-report-i-didnt-put-in-for-a-body

Buckley said...

Despite being questioned about any involvement in her disappearance, we do not get a reliable denial from Campbell.

"The cops asked me if I knew whether Jimmy and Abby were having sex. I said, "If I knew I would have put a stop to it and if I caught them, I would put my foot in both their a***s". But, they are both kids and kids will be kids.

No denial.

"Then they asked if I knew that they had been to Rite Aid and bought a pregnancy test. They said they had the video from the cash register.
'I asked my son and he said he knew nothing about it. He knows nothing about girl's stuff like that and I'll tell you, my son doesn’t lie to me."


No denial. "Knows nothing about girl's stuff like that." That being purchasing a product from a store. But no "he did not purchase a pregnancy test with Abby."

"I'll tell you my son doesn't lie"

He wants us to believe it, but doesn't simply say "my son doesn't lie" or better "my son didn't buy a test."

"'I called all the towing companies and I faxed them all a picture of Abby and got them to put them in their trucks. I got those pictures all over America, including on my own truck.
'Before she disappeared I used to pick those two kids up, take them for food, give them rides. She was the only person in the world who could get away with calling me Jimbo, because she was so cute when she said it.'"

Two truck references followed by two pick up/giving ride references, followed by something kind of flirtatious and intimate.

In the part about lie detector, notice he talks about the mechanics of it "strap it on." Nowhere does he say he told the truth or helped with everything he knew.

Last, he says he wants to know "who the sons of b*****s were who had her for nine months"

Any flags that he uses the plural when LE is asking about one man?

Dacea said...

Sounds like to me, she was pregnant and someone took her off until she had the baby and now, 9 months later, she resurfaces and she's fine and no baby.

Anonymous said...

What? Blaming her disappearance on a pregnancy like it's the '50s?

Anonymous said...

cops said she didn't give birth,

Anonymous said...

Came here to discuss the Elvis case, but looks like it was hijacked by everything OT.

Anonymous said...

The article said sources say they don't believe she had a baby. Which doesn't mean she wasn't pregnant. She may have had a miscarriage or abortion.

I think the boyfriend's father is very suspicious!

trustmeigetit said...

I still am shocked that the Parsons have not been arrested. You don't just drop a child off with some random person claiming to be a grandparent. That's such bullshit. Then to keep taking benefits. There is clearly so much motive here it shocks me they are not arrested.

Anonymous said...

any insight on the elvis case?

Chris Hugh said...

Sounds to me like you're heartlessly piling on a traumatized child with absolutely no evidence.

Anonymous said...

He may have described "fit" while the mother described "malnourished"...neither said either.

Whack a mole? Figure out who's doing the stalking and reporting back to whom on the "exclusive?"