Saturday, September 17, 2016

Blackburn: Projection Pre Crime

Shortly before his wife was murdered in a home invasion in which no great theft took place, Davey Blackburn gave this performance.  




On November 10th, 2015, 3 men entered the home, beat, sexually assaulted and shot 3 times, pregnant Amanda Blackburn.  She languished for 2 days before death came.  The fatal shot was to the back of her head, execution style. 

This is not the general behavior of a home invasion robbery in which sudden and often violent interaction takes place for the purpose of theft; incapacitate the home owner enough to take that which was valued.  

Nor was this typical of sexual assault where the primary interest is rape.  

Nor did Amanda Blackburn pose enough resistance to warrant this elevation in violence ending in murder. 

Pre crime and post crime behavior and wording is critical to an overall understanding of the crime.  

Statement analysis of the statements made by Davey Blackburn following the murder showed:

a.  No fear of the then yet to be apprehended killers, nor concern for his son, his neighbors, and the public at large.  A vicious invasive murder produces profound fear, trauma, and concern that the killers, which appeared to the public as "senseless" (since no major theft took place) only increases the fear due to the seemingly random nature of the crime.  Nothing is as frightening as the unknown and with unknown motive, there is the incessant fear that the killers will return.  If it was known that much cash was in the house and this was a robbery, the trauma is lessened for survivors because the motive 'makes sense' in this limited criminal aspect.  Without sense, brutal rapist killers were on the loose.  

b.  An immediate and intense desire to profit from her death.  The language was commercial and shocked the public. Blackburn showed obsessive language about numbers in attendance, like his mentor, Perry Noble.  This unbridled ambition was evidenced within the specific number of attendees, online, to his 'service', while offering nothing about the victim.  The lack of empathy for Amanda was striking.  

c.  Extreme (given both the context and numerical analysis) distancing language from the victims (including the pre born child).  This lack of human empathy for the victims and immediate and consistent distancing from the victims also shocked the public. 
d.  Language of guilt, offering by himself, "for us, we have nothing to hide."  The use of the plural is something that parents of kindergartens recognize as a need to 'hide' or 'share guilt' among a crowd.  
e.  He claimed "Amanda died so the church would live", justifying her death, while claiming to have been alone, naked in the shower, with the Almighty, who spoke to him and gave him "history making" plans.  He qualified the history making plans by removing responsibility of failure from himself to the congregation.  If he does not make history, it would be their fault.  

This represented two elements within murders common of those who either commit the murder, or have guilty knowledge of the murder:  the need to justify the action, and the need to avoid responsibility.  These are not only found in such crimes, but are personality traits found within deviants.  In child homicides, for example, we often find such statements as
"she would not stop crying", shifting blame to the child.
"she was a teenager, you know..." with a subtle shifting of responsibility to hormonal behavior. 

On the day of the murder, Blackburn went to the gym, as he did regularly, at a specific time, returning home at a specific time, yet on this date, he spoke to his best friend (as was his pattern) but remained on the phone for 40 minutes longer than usual.  

This, alone, as a change from the norm, should be examined, but the additional element makes the deviation from the norm heightened:  on this occasion, he remained in the driveway on the phone call while Amanda bled out, with precious time lost. 

Projection and Pre Crime Behavior 

Before the crime, we look for any signals of projection, or even possible planning. 

What did Blackburn, himself, tell us?

1.  He told us that Amanda hindered his ambition.  He told us that he wanted to be out getting the numbers in, but she wanted him home with her.  

2.  He told us that when Amanda first became pregnant, it was the most stressful time in his life. 

3.  He told us that Amanda was incapable of satisfying his sexual needs.  He went as far as to publicly state (in a 'sermon') that Amanda wanted to go out to dinner, but he was incapable of having a conversation with her at dinner until they had sexual relations.  He reduced the victim (pre crime) to sexually reciprocal body parts.  

4.  His public videos show him correcting and embarrassing her.  This passive aggressive nature was in both word and body language.  The public displays of disrespect and humiliation were subtle and consistent. 

5.  Just before the murder, he gave a 'sermon' (with respect to readers of faith) where he waved about this gun as a choreographed prop.  

A man of unrestrained ambition  told the public what it was that stood in his way of success.  He told the public who it was who stood in his way of success.  

As one 30 year criminal investigator said, "no one gets this lucky."  

As soon as she was murdered, his words betrayed him.  His first announcement was a sales pitch for his business, and his second announcement  was his sales report; the number he obtained.  Then, in the media circuit, he continued to sell himself, referencing his upcoming book, while failing to speak about Amanda.  

He attended his father-in-law's church where he said he could not speak, but then could not stop himself from speaking and gave his speech about his naked shower meeting with Deity (something criminal psychologists and analysts recognize associated with sexual homicides and the need to cleans guilt) about his grandiose plans, fully unimpeded.

Had he been polygraphed, the course of the case might have dramatically shifted.  A defense attorney would have had all the videos removed immediately and would have silenced Blackburn.  

The narcissistic lack of human empathy shocked a nation, but it was specifically in his words that we see the removal of hinderance from his ambitious plans; not unlike powerful, ruthless politicians. 

Blackburn was immediately cleared by police and is judicially innocent of the murder of Amanda Blackburn, as his alibi of being at the gym at the time of her murder was sustained and the three males arrested.  It does not appear that Blackburn was asked to polygraph although the statistics are clear that when a pregnant woman is murdered, the husband/boyfriend is most often involved.  






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The Sheep said...

Much more focused and convincing than the "Conclusion." I'm seeing guilty knowledge now.

Bingo3 said...

Thank you Peter. I wish they would have polygraphed him. He would have failed. He is a chronic liar. He has changed the story about that morning and what he "thought" happened almost every time he speaks. He has changed the story about the Monday before she died. He continues to justify her death with all the revival stories. He shows great anger toward those who question him (which was the majority if you read comments during his media circus) He has show no grief and angrily tells the public that we all grieve differently (which really isn't true). He belittles her constantly even after her death. He talks about being shaken by seeing his own last name on a tombstone before he ever mentions her.

What bothers me about that gun sermon is not only was it two days before she died, it was posted a week AFTER she died. That is what really made me start doubting the non grieving Davey. Complete callousness to post that video. His congregation accepts it and has grown. Amazing.

Anonymous said...

Does it seem likely an official inside political influence, from somewhere, is responsible for quickly clearing him and closed investigation? Friend? Relative? Aquaintance? IMO yes..

Karen Andrews said...

While the husband has acted atrociously before and after! Why hasn't the 3 guys not said, hey he paid us to kill her? Did they find the murder weapon in possession of one of the 3? Any DNA evidence? We can say the men are being held because they have some sort of of evidence against them? But there must be some evidence beside speech to arrest the husband! If i had been paid I would of been crowing like a rooster at dawn! I have sat in my car after arriving home for a few mins while either texting or talking, but not 40 or more mins! My gut feeling when first hearing the story and seeing him speak ( I say he was guilty).... But they need physical or verbal evidence! I am sure the interrogated the 3 guys separately and if they even got a hint of husband being involved wouldn't it have come out by mow?? Thank you!

Concerned said...

Thank you, Peter, for making it even more clear that Davey
has guilty knowledge.

Bingo3 at 10:58
Yes!

Karen Andrews at 11:38
If you read Facebook posts by the Kilt thugs, you will
see that being a snitch is way worse than being a violent drug
dealer in their culture. The gangs remain "organized" in
prison and snitches are dealt with violently. Their families
on the outside are also in danger.

Anonymous said...

A business hit takedown would have to greatly benefit the business to justify the risk and significant upfront cost for needing others to be involved. Would his business greatly benefit? Maybe a little. Not greatly. If so, for how long. But a personal hit takedown for interpersonal reasons would have immediate permanent benefits if successful. Take enormous risk to steal a computer? Doubtful. And Insider Bull directing. Looks like a pre planned purchased takedown. Which would cost alot due to risk and finding the rare Scum willing to do it. If the Snoop Doggs were just set up after the fact to take the fall but didnt kill her then the risk/costs decrease. Leaving whom to be the shooter.

mom2many said...

1. Rolling on Davey would require confessing to murder. Being hitmen does not exempt them from murder charges.
2. Their actions were being directed by the upline. They likely don't have the information that they were hired, and who hired them.

Davey's access to ready cash through Resonate would provide an additional challenge to prove a murder-for-hire. LE cannot press charges if they cannot provide sufficient proof. This case would likely require an admission or confession from Davey to prosecute. Even proving a link between Davey and the gang is probably too tenuous, though it should be enough to bring him in for questioning.

Bringing him in for questioning, however, would alert him to investigators suspicions, and would possibly stifle his running mouth. IF investigators are following his statements, they are waiting for him to hang himself.

The public is not at risk. Only a new relationship in his life would place a person at risk, or possibly Weston as he grows. So investigators have little to lose, in waiting for Davey too expose himself, versus acting too soon on a case that could not be prosecuted successfully. They only get one shot.

Alexandra said...

Great article Peter.

You wrote
"5. Just before the murder, he gave a 'sermon' (with respect to readers of faith) where he waved about this gun as a choreographed prop."

He certainly did! As well as making reference to execution and God punching out a partner's teeth. In my mind, it is very difficult to discount these things as mere "coincidence".

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Was ABs tooth out?

Alexandra said...

Yes, one of her lower teeth was knocked out.

alittlebirdie said...

Meg aka Me2l,

Is your guilty knowledge such that if Davey goes down, you go down as well? Is the reason you are so certain that no evidence will EVER be found because you helped take care of it?

As much as Davey has NOT hidden online, you have hidden almost everything except for you disdain of Statement Analysis.

Anonymous said...

If alittlebirdie is correct, and Statement Analysis is applied to Me2l's many comments, she has confirmed Davey as the murderer. She will dismiss it as sarcasm.

Anonymous said...

Cannot hide from God.

Anonymous said...

She has also said "sorry" many, many times (all explained by sarcasm, ofc).

Anonymous said...

How could LE immediately clear him & close case? Theres so much available by him thats causing reasonable suspicion.

Anonymous said...

Whaaaaat???? Hob nob, Tanny, Karen.

sidekick said...

Meg, the truth will come out eventually.
Davey doesn't know that you know, does he?
But you do know.
I suppose you can play dumb and just say, as his assistant, you did what you were told.

He doesn't realize that you are smarter than him, and will witness against him as long as it keeps your butt out of prison.

Anonymous said...

Whaaaaat???? Hob nob, Tanny, Karen.

Anonymous said...

Putin exposes blogster.

Me2l said...
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Me2l said...

AnonymousSeptember 17, 2016 at 1:55 PM
If alittlebirdie is correct, and Statement Analysis is applied to Me2l's many comments, she has confirmed Davey as the murderer. She will dismiss it as sarcasm.



So Peter has written a very good summation with much food for thought. But here you poseurs are with your off the wall analysis. Are you so clueless that you do not see how you discredit yourselves? And for people who aren't familiar with SA, but who are reading this blog, do you not get how you discredit SA For them with you erroneous theories, blaming those theories on SA?

If you had any mastery or even minimal ability to SA, you would not come up with such obvious idiocy, while stating that idiocy is brought to us by SA.

You do far more than anyone else here to discredit Statement Analysis.

It's pathetic that you've brought your obsession and self-proclaimed "hatred" of me to a fresh, new, quite interesting blog.

Now, go brush up on your SA skills and come back when you have something other than childish fit-throwing to offer.

Me2l said...
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Anonymous said...

Do not respond SA's.

Anonymous said...

Google it Me21. You're the smartest on the blog, remember? Why should we do the leg work for you. Hell, you probably already know the anwser, but you want to know if any of us people know the answer. Just google it.

MsDp

Nic said...
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Me2l said...

I did. I always research before I ask a question, unlike you.

Anonymous said...

Good job Nic. Had to keep it goin.

Nic said...

Peter, thank you. The Byars' family must give thanks everyday for having a wonderful advocate, named Peter Hyatt, in their corner. Some how, some way the house of cards are going to tumble and I have a feeling it will happen when DB is called to testify. What will be wonderful is that he will not be represented -- he will be called as a witness and "defenceless". He will be forced to answer questions. Pray for the defence that they know how to interview/listen/statement analysis.

Justice for Amanda!

Me2l said...
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Nic said...

Gotcha @ 5:02pm.

Me2l said...

NicSeptember 17, 2016 at 4:54 PM
Me21,

You're mixed up. Commenting on and agreeing with Peter's pre-crime analysis is not "analysis". It is discussion and opinion. An opinion is not "analysis. "It is a view or judgement not necessarily based on fact or knowledge."

Here's a lesson about using bold font: If you emphasize everything, then you emphasize nothing.




True. It is not, however, debate.

I italicize the comment I'm quoting, and I bold my response .... to differentiate (as I'm doing with your comment above--the one you deleted).

In a discussion blog, bold does not always mean to emphasize in the strictest sense of the word.


Me2l said...

But....you responded to me and "kept it going" by responding confrontationally.

I had nothing to say to you in this discussion before you began the confrontation.

Bobcat said...

https://www.instagram.com/p/BKQ9doFB8wazjYfwRXFZyBKSj8Ymajdrz5R0JQ0/

Lovely memory posted by Ashley.

Davey comments. "I loved that weekend." The weekend where they threw shoes at seagulls.

Davey's MOTHER comments. "...I was thinking about how much she would have loved being with Weston and playing with him (and then disciplining him, too)..."

being with
playing with
disciplining

That's an interesting order of priority there. I can think of lots of things I would remember before disciplining - like feeding, reading, etc. That she mentioned discipline offers insight into Davey's upbringing.

Anonymous said...

Mr/Ms Bobcat Mr/Ms Nic... You search his family on Blackburn side.

Shannon Duane said...

Peter, have yo tried the "Accused" podcast? It's about the unsolved murder of Elizabeth Andes. There are 4 episodes so far and I think it's pretty good. It would be interesting to hear your thoughts on what these people are saying about the murder 37 years after it happened. Basically, the boyfriend confessed after hours of being brutally questioned and he immediately recanted the confession. They arrested him anyway and prosecuted him but he was found not guilty. He also won a civil trial filed by the girl's parents.

Even though he was found not guilty (and the ONLY evidence was the confession...literally nothing else tied him to the crime), the police swore that he did it and they refused to investigate any further.

Two reporters started looking into it, and they've found things the police SHOULD have found but never bothered. The investigation was so bad that there were actually FOUR people living him the house but the police only thought three lived there. There was NO indication they knew about the fourth roommate at all...and there were fingerprints that were unidentified...police never tried to figure out who they belonged to.

Anyway, it's a pretty good podcast. You might find it interesting (I'm especially concerned about the maintenance man's statements...).

Anonymous said...

Ok. Thanks. Hob nob. Tanny. Karen. Nic.

Lis said...

"If it was known that much cash was in the house and this was a robbery, the trauma is lessened for survivors because the motive 'makes sense' in this limited criminal aspect."

I agree. Home invasions usually turn out to be of houses where there are drugs. Pot grows, a lot of times, and sums of money. The Blackburns do not fit the profile of the usual victim.

This is a very good article, right to the point and focusing in on his words that show guilty knowledge. There is so much else about the man that is strange and concerning, it's easy to get off topic.

Bobcat,
Davey's MOTHER comments. "...I was thinking about how much she would have loved being with Weston and playing with him (and then disciplining him, too)..."

What in the H E double L?? Who would bring discipline into the conversation? That is just weird! Are these people all nuts?

Anonymous said...

How many name names this woman use?

Lis said...

Davey's MOTHER comments. "...I was thinking about how much she would have loved being with Weston and playing with him (and then disciplining him, too)..."

And, further, I think it opens a real good window onto how DB got the way he is. I wonder if his mother followed one of those freak programs where you try to break the will of the child? The Blackburns were following one of those programs, I forget which one. "Growing Kids God's Way" maybe? UGH.

Anonymous said...

I just read the instagram thing...I thought the mother wrote the post and so who is Branda Blackburn who comments about the discipline?

Anonymous said...

You analysed a family on one sentence?

Anonymous said...

OMG one person is Most of the traffic on this blog. Oh boy

Anonymous said...

Oh OK I get who is who on the instagram thing.

It's interesting how both Moms tried to make her look violent (towards small creatures): Throwing shoes at seagulls (can't picture her doing that) and "disciplining" Weston. Why are they both invested in creating this impression?

Anonymous said...

Hi Karen. "Guilty knowledge of the murder" doesn't mean he hired these teens as hitmen. What Davey broke in his pattern was the 40 minute longer phone call where he claims he sat in an icecold driveway in an IN November after a sweaty workout. For those not familiar with Indiana, it is really cold in the early mornings in November. If your hair is wet from sweat or a shower you'd be freezing. A few feet away was a cozy warm house with a lovely wife and steaming hot coffee. Isn't it possible that Davey did duck into his home while on the phone to get out of the cold, took in the situation while his friend kept talking and in that instant saw the one person impeding his ambition was still alive bleeding and the "guilty knowledge" was Davey staying on the phone long enough to at least allow the demise of baby he didn't want? That alone would explain all the conflicting statements about the crime scene and the guilty modifiers because in such a scenario there would be tacit complicity to the crime.

The 911 call has not been released so we have no idea if he was calm or frantic. His first reaction to the scene? He said he saw his wife who was lying in a pool of her own blood with her shirt pulled over her head, naked from chest down with panties on the floor next to her, but his first thought was she "felt faint and hit her head" and his second thought was "I wonder if she lost the baby?"

Go ask one thousand men what their first thought would be upon witnessing this brutal crime scene and see if any of them would assume the reason for this was that their wife "felt faint and decided to rip her panties off while pregnant in the family room on a chilly morning while pulling her shirt over her head and oozing blood from three separate places on her body with clear signs of a struggle?" I'm pretty sure you will find zero whose first thought would be that. That reaction is beyond bizarre. It's simply not believable.

Davey also pulled the plug on Amanda's ventilator the VERY NEXT DAY. In Texas this is illegal even when the mother is brain dead because it kills the baby. Babies can be born healthy to mothers in comas and even ones on ventilators.

Davey claims to believe that God has miraculously selected him to bring the gospel to more people than Paul, James, Matthew, Thomas, Martin Luther and Tyndale combined. But he couldn't be bothered to wait a few days and hold an intense prayer vigil and pray for a miracle? Davey professes to believe in such radiant miracles and signs and wonders but he cut Amanda and Evie's lives off the very next day. How many readers who believe in the power of the Almighty to do ANYTHING wouldn't hold out hope for mother and child for at least a few days? He waited almost the minimum amount of time it takes for thorough neurological and physical tests and lining up organ donations. Almost as if he FEARED a miracle if he didn't act fast enough.

Do we as Christians believe that the Lord would select an abusive Perry Noble protege who is steeped in narcissism and acting in ways pastors ought not to, to lead the largest revival in the history of the world? Would the Lord have selected Paul knowing that Paul would start living and working out half naked with another man's wife? What if Paul focused all his attention on his physical appearance, wearing revealing clothing that disgraces His son's altar just so he can show off his hot bod to teenage girls?

The pieces to the puzzle are in front of us. People who buy Davey's books and hire him to speak at their churches are tacitly endorsing the ruination of Christendom whether Davey had "guilty knowledge of the murder" or not.

Anonymous said...

Oh I'm sorry the instagram post was from Ashley: That says a lot that she is invested in making Amanda out to be someone who chucks shoes at seagulls when I can't see Amanda doing that but I can see Ashley doing it.

Then Davey's mother with the "disciplining Weston " bit. This woman is not afraid to publically make a dig at Amanda. I feel like it reveals that Davey and his mother probably bitched about Amanda not disciplining Weston "enough" and it raises concerns in my mind about what kind of discipline they use on Weston. Particularly with the "bug bites" on the leg sermon.

Anonymous said...

I just thought of something. Remember how Davey said that he "KNOWS" Amanda died protecting Weston...maybe she did. Maybe he's telling us exactly what happened. What if Davey was going to go "discipline" Weston for crying or whatever, and Amanda feared he would hit or otherwise violently hurt Weston and Amanda placed herself to try to block him from going up to hurt Weston???

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 6:30 (aka flightfulbird), Amanda was not murdered in Texas, so what is or isn't illegal in Texas has nothing to do with this case. You don't even know if the fetus was still viable when Amanda was removed from support.

It serves no purpose to keep insisting Davey was standing outside in the cold during the phone call when it's just as likely he was in the car with the heat on. (Unless you were there and saw him standing in the driveway. Where you there?)


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Anonymous at 6:27/6:35, it's interesting -- and telling -- that you associate "discipline" with "violence."

How is it that you personally know Ashley and Amanda and whether either of them would throw shoes at seagulls? Are you a member of Resonate?

Anonymous said...

Did his church crew know he planned to use gun in sermon?

Anonymous said...

Anon@6:46, Weston is not a 1-year-old anymore. And yes, toddlers need discipline. Do you have children?

Anonymous said...

Ok. Nic. Tanny. Lis. Hob nob. Karen.

Anonymous said...

OMG. He was 1 yr & 3 months. Who disciplines a 1 yr old. R u kidding or what?

Anonymous said...

You wrote

"Anonymous at 6:27/6:35, it's interesting -- and telling -- that you associate "discipline" with "violence." "

If I had a toddler I would be scared shitless to let him anymore near him or her if he was angry. He's jacked up and very strong and he's shown his admiration for violence with the gun waving, talk about punching out a partner's teeth, degradation of his wife that she needs to have sex with him even if she's sick/tired, etc...he has shown propensity for violence I would be scared shitless to let him near a toddler if he was angry. What makes you think Amanda wasn't scared shitless of that happening?
Weren't Tuesdays his "early morning"...maybe Weston woke him up by crying in the middle of the night and Davey was extra pissed because he had to get up early. Was going to get violent and amanda jumped in between them and Davey didn't like the wife telling the "leader" husband how to "discipline".



How is it that you personally know Ashley and Amanda and whether either of them would throw shoes at seagulls? Are you a member of Resonate?

Ashley said "they" threw shoes at seagulls therefore I know Ashley did. Amanda was gentle and kind and would not throw shoes at seagulls--it's actually a pretty douchey thing to do.

Anonymous said...

I'm talking about NOW. He is not 1. Is Mrs. Blackburn not speaking currently? Discipline does not equal violence. That would be abuse. Check your dictionary.

Anonymous said...

Anon at 6:59 you have no clue what you're talking about: https://www.instagram.com/p/czo2h3r6bH/?taken-by=amandagblackburn

Anonymous said...

Really know-it-all?!

Amongst those circles "Spare the rod spoil the child" is a popular saying.

"Discipline" does have a violent connotation. It absolutely does unless a person is talking about being "self-disciplined". "Reprimand" does not have a violent connotation. There are a lot of violent people out there. If someone is waving a gun around in sermons, I would not let that person ANYWHERE near a toddler when angry. Toddlers can be very frustrating and if you think someone with a propensity of an admiration for violence can be trusted not to harm a toddler when they are being "frustrating" you're WRONG. If I were her I would not have allowed him anywhere near a crying or temper tantrum throwing toddler especially in the middle of the night when of course he'd be pissed to be awakened by the crying.

Anonymous said...

707,

She's not throwing the shoe. Davey is. Notice she wrote "Attempting to hit seagulls" with no pronoun...because she wasn't doing it. Dingbat Davey was.

Anonymous said...

Read the hastags, anon at 7:12. She says WE.


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I don't know what you're carrying on about, anon at 7:10. The comment was made about Amanda, not Davey, but you're attempting to make it about Davey. Why?

sidekick said...

Perhaps Amanda decided to divorce Davey to protect her child(ren).

She could bear her own pain but wouldn't subject Weston?

It fits the narrative.

Anonymous said...

I just went through some of her pics and I remembered because it was jumping out at me again how Davey was the one posting from her social media ex"That Blackburn guy is hot"...I'm sure he posted the seagull caption and hashtags etc. There is no way she wrote "#itisawesome" about chucking shoes at seagulls, that is a total guy thing to write. No woman finds that "awesome".

This is to be expected: he was very invasive and controlling of her written communications...we can see that so very clearly with her journal. Social media would have been tightly controlled by him. I would go so far as to say he was probably writing all of the captions that went along with any pictures she posted after he "approved" the pictures. It sounds to me like a masculine voice is captioning the pictures.

Anonymous said...

Yeah I'm sure Davey was posting pics of her nail wraps and candles and baby shoes. Uh-huh.

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Me2l said...

Anonymous @6:59 PM

"What makes you think Amanda wasn't scared shitless of that happening?"



Oh, maybe her high praise of Davey in her social media accounts. Here's an example from Instagram.


From Amanda's Instagram Father's Day 2015:
"I hope and pray he grows up to be just like his daddy.
@daveyblackburn We adore you! Happy Father's Day!"

Me2l said...

Lol. Here we go again. On a roll!

Oh the imaginations are alive and well and never fail to disappoint, coming up with all sorts of far-out scenarios constructed from thin air.

And my goodness, how mad you people get when someone disagrees with you!

Anonymous said...

If he really referenced knocking out tooth and waved gun in same sermon and thats how she died soon after then how isnt he suspect #1? Whats wrong in Indy?

Me2l said...

Maybe because there is a lot of evidence that omits him as a suspect. OR, maybe, as is the strong belief here, he is being quietly investigated as we speak.

Anonymous said...

Nice job willfully disregarding the points made.

The point I was making is that some people value the life of an unborn child so strongly that, right or wrong, they pass laws ensuring the rights and safety of the unborn in situations exactly like this. Secondarily, I was pointing out that fetuses can thrive and be born fully healthy even to mothers on life support without brain activity. Christian PASTORS are supposed to be among the people that respect ALL life and also believe in miracles. Those are extremely valid points to this discussion.

As to your next criticism, I never said that he stood outside in the cold with wet hair which would make even less sense than him sitting outside in the car. I said it was "possible" he walked INTO his HOUSE to get out of the cold before the call was completed. I don't know a lot of people who will sit in a car outside for 40 minutes when their warm, dry house with hot beverages is a few feet away. It's one of the few theories that makes sense of Davey's contradictory statements regarding the crime scene, his guilty modifying language and his celebratory actions over his wife and baby's deaths that doesn't involve novice thugs hired as hitmen.

If you're going to spend your precious time trying to tear other people's comments to shreds, it might come in handy in the future to actually READ them first and try to understand the points being made. I believe I communicated my points clearly.

Otherwise, why don't you just write "you're all a bunch of poopy headed jerks for saying meany-genie things and touching God's anointed. Because that's basically how effective you're coming off right now.

PS don't bother responding. I know you're a troll, not someone making cogent points and trying to expand the discussion in a meaningful way, so I will not respond.

Anonymous said...

Me:
His actions should be cause for investigating him despite little physical evidence. There's little if any revealed evidence against the S. Doggz. Just some unknown who claims lil' S. Dogg admitted shooting. And the ATM receipts.

Anonymous said...

Sure, whatever you say flightfulbird. Why don't you make some cogent points and expand the discussion by talking about what sexual activities Meg prefers, since that's your area of expertise, lololol.

Anonymous said...

PS to anon 6:49. I have never posted on this blog before - ever. I don't know if "flightfulbird" is another commenter or it's supposed to be some arcane insult but you are as accurate on that observation as you were on the others. Not a big surprise I suppose.

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...

Ashley said "they" threw shoes at seagulls therefore I know Ashley did. Amanda was gentle and kind and would not throw shoes at seagulls--it's actually a pretty douchey thing to do.

September 17, 2016 at 6:59 PM"


Wanna know what else is "douchey"? Using the word "douchey." Are you in middle school?


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"Anonymous said...

I throw things at the squirrels that pillage my bird feeders....and I like squirrels. But sometimes they're aggravating. I guess that makes me masculine and douchey, lololol.

September 17, 2016 at 7:34 PM"


The people getting worked up about Amanda throwing shoes at seagulls have likely spent little time at the beach, or they would know that seagulls, although pretty, can be quite a nuisance.

Anonymous said...

Good point Nic.
Seagulls are pretty and bothersome.

Curious said...

A few months ago, it was discovered that both Davey's gun sermon and high school lie sermon were ripped off from another pastor (or pastors). Does anyone have a link or the name of the pastor(s) he plagiarized? I'd rather not have to dig through thousands of comments to find it, so I'd greatly appreciate it if someone could post that. Thanks in advance!

Anonymous said...

I'm not Nic, Anonymous 8:35 p.m.

Anonymous said...

Oh my f$cking God. Seriously?! lol

Anonymous said...

No one here knows what his lie was. He never said. So, it may be relevant but maybe its not even true and wa just fabrication. Isnt there anyone who knew him then willing to talk?

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Since The Lie Has always been elusive (no one who knew him then ever mentions it), it's made me wonder if there was any truth to his story.

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alittlebirdie said...

The lie (whatever it was) ended up with Davey's entire family moving to another town for his senior year of high school. Something big went down in Irondale/Birmingham.

Of course they won't mention it Meg. It was BAD. They crammed it under the rug and all jumped up and down on it until the lumps smoothed out. Then they all lined up for a color-coordinated (by DB, ofc) family photo.

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The Lie was "something big" enough to cause the family to move, and yet, there is no one who can or will talk about it? Wouldn't something big like that be remembered by people in the school/town/area?

I don't think it exists.

Why the sudden tendency to believe Davey on this one when you believe nothing else he says?

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Elliegrl said...

Ok, guys, we need to talk about Burke. I can discount the smiling somewhat, my son has been diagnosed w/high functioning autism & he uses humor, inappropriate/upsetting jokes, and smiles when he is uncomfortable or unsure how to respond.

However, Burke said what he remembered about Jon Benet being on the stage was that she would "flaunt!" Holy cow!!!!! That has a majorly sexual connotation. There were other things before that but I stopped at that point. I started reading Kolar's book last week and I recommend it highly.

Ps Me2l & anons are using distraction to derail any discussion of what Peter wrote. I recognized it b/c my son does it to me when I call him on something. He argues about something insignificant or tangential and then I argue w/him over that & only later realize we never addressed the bigger issue. He's brilliant & I used to be smart but I have the attention span of a golden retriever. He points out the "squirrel" and off I go. It was also quite funny that Me2l used a lot of very emotionally charged words that seemed to indicate they are not Meg, but was unable to actually say that. And we all know, if they can't say it... ;-)

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Anon "I" said...

One of the first things that would have been done immediately after
stabilizing Amanda's heartbeat, breathing, and circulation would be
to check with ultrasound to see if the baby was still even alive.
With the loss of blood and trauma, blood flow to the baby could have
been compromised severely. IF the baby was alive, they might
could have continued supportive care until the baby reached an age
of survivability, but it would be highly dependent upon CD's wishes
and the laws of their particular state. It is possible that Amanda's
body could not have sustained life long enough for the baby to survive,
either.

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Anon "I" said...

Oh, dear. I have just barely started listening to DB's speech with
Amanda's family. I am about a minute in and he sounds exactly like
he's working everyone up for a pep-rally!!! No kidding, it sounds
just like my high school days!!!

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Anonymous said...

No I'm not bored I was taking interest in Anon "I''s age. While I search for quotes I found a good one by Rumi "If you stay open to your pain it can be your greatest ally." I'm putting that one up so I can be a part of facebook. I'm kidding...I'm just trying to see the humor in this fun crazy life! But I have to get up early...all these cases will have to get solved tomorrow and facebook new image I will repair it tomorrow with inspirational quotes and some other bullshit I will throw in...early to bed early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise!

Anon "I" said...

Around 16:30, he says "it does't absolve my heart from feeling anger."

http://watchkeep.blogspot.com/


Absolve? I would have phrased it as "it doesn't stop my heart...." It just
seemed strange to me.

Anonymous said...

Question for US history students. During WWI or WWII did US govt bring japanese or germans into the US?

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AnonymousSeptember 17, 2016 at 6:54 PM

OMG. He was 1 yr & 3 months. Who disciplines a 1 yr old. R u kidding or what?


Anon, have you heard of "Growing Kids God's Way"? Michael and Debi Pearl? These are popular child raising methods in some conservative Christian groups. Do a google search on them but be warned, you'll want to throw up.

Anonymous said...

Peter, there's something called a shadow ban that might make the blog comments more readable...

Me2l said...

Derail? If I'm not mistaken, YOU are derailing. Peter did not write about Burke; he wrote about Blackburn. This is the Blackburn discussion, in case you're lost.

Stop derailing.

Anonymous said...

Ugh. The replies to Peter's posts are full of ego versus ego. It's getting tiresome.

Bingo3 said...

From Peter:"Had he been polygraphed, the course of the case might have dramatically shifted. A defense attorney would have had all the videos removed immediately and would have silenced Blackburn."
Many have asked how do we know he wasn't polygraphed? The above from Peter answers the question. He would have had to hire a lawyer and all videos would have been removed. The Q & A videos are incriminating, as well as his many violent sermons. The gun sermon would never have gone up on the site a week after she died. Thanks Peter for making that clear. Peter, is there any hope he could still be polygraphed? Is there any possibility they have let him continue to speak freely so he could dig himself a deeper hole? Doubtful I know and wishful thinking. If they do ever catch him, can you imagine how much video is going to be played in court? He sits on stage with grieving family preaching to his congregation while knowing he is the very reason for their pain. If he is responsible and eventually caught, he may be the most hated man in America. I think this is why this case grips so many of us. He is a preacher for goodness sake, continuing to so-called "proclaim" the gospel, justifying her death and gaining fame. Those that think he is guilty know that if he goes down, he will fall so hard and fast, there is no telling what will happen. If he doesn't kill himself, AB dad may do it for him.

Anonymous said...

Would she have still said "yes"?

This is one of CD's worst blogs.

Would a newly pregnant mother with 15 month old toddler sleeping in his cot have said said "yes" to being brutally murdered in her own home while husband was at the gym?

According to CD, the answer is "Yes".

Trudy said...

Bingo, I CAN imagine the videos ( and instagramss and blogs) that could be played in court to an open mouthed jury. What will they make of the insurance policy, the new car, the new house, the multiple trips to the beach/mountains/Cubs games/ the Holy Land? What will they think of him moving in with his dead wife's best friend? What will they make of the shower conversation with God where He explains why Amanda had to die? Better get a lawyer, Davey.

Me2l said...

Well, no, you don't "have" to have an attorney, but you must be offered one.

I found a very good, informative article on ploygraphs:

http://blog.austindefense.com/2007/07/articles/frequently-asked-questions/should-the-accused-take-a-polygraph/

Me2l said...

Much of that would probably be found inadmissible as evidence, and/or, a good defense attorney would move many mountains to prevent their admission.

Anonymous said...

Trudy, and he did all that less than a year's time. It's such an "in your face" kind of move that makes me cringe. It's really so sad that Amanda's family can't or won't believe DB's guilty. I continue to hope that they will at least hire a private investigator or insist that the police department redo their investigation.

Anonymous said...

http://stephenbarkley.com/2006/05/18/ezekiel-2415-27-dont-mourn/

Anonymous said...

If the pastor was involved, one of the perps would've rolled on him by now.

Anonymous said...

OR, if the perps knew that the pastor was involved, one of the perps would've rolled on him by now.

Me2l said...

Not necessarily, according to a few posts up.

Anonymous said...

Yea, DB may wish he was Ezekiel, but he's not.

There has to be a difference between serving God and serving self. I sure hope so.

Anonymous said...

The snoopp doggz juss due what Boss snoop says due. They at bottom of food chayne and dont nose nuffin. Who nose what they be sayn to there jail loyer.

Anonymous said...

9:15 Great point. Sounds horrible.

alittlebirdie said...

Anon @ 9:15,

Amanda can no longer speak for herself. She poured her heart out in her journals and DB has them. He controls her story, and will retell it in any way he pleases.

Anonymous said...

ot

http://www.pressherald.com/2016/09/15/police-seek-publics-help-in-finding-missing-fairfield-woman/

Police seek public’s help finding missing Fairfield woman
Valerie Tieman was reportedly last seen Aug. 30 at the Skowhegan Wal-Mart parking lot while she was with her husband, police said.



Subtle disparagement.

Anonymous said...

Good points 9:36

Anonymous said...

OR, if the perps knew that the pastor was involved, one of the perps would've rolled/snitch, but because the preps fear for their lives OR fear for the lives of their families, jail or no jail, they'll take a chance and plead not guilty instead.

Anonymous said...

Re: Missing Valerie Tieman

Her husband Luke Tieman is a man of God (He is wearing a cross in the picture of them in front of his red pickup), so maybe God killed his wife, like He did Davey Blackburn's wife and Ezekiel's wife.

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http://www.wmtw.com/article/state-police-investigating-disappearance-of-fairfield-woman/3381166

Anonymous said...

Wearing cross jewelry doesn't mean he's a "man of God."

Anonymous said...

Only 1 comment under this article about Valerie Tieman:

Sandwedge • 3 days ago
I bet he didn't think about the surveillance video in the parking lot before he made up his story. Probably took a "clever lying" seminar from Paul LePage.

http://www.pressherald.com/2016/09/15/police-seek-publics-help-in-finding-missing-fairfield-woman/comments/

Anonymous said...

http://www.christianpost.com/news/davey-blackburn-indiana-god-allowed-wifes-murder-church-could-live-151872/

Anonymous said...

Would it benefit or not to shut down mosks and mega churches?

Me2l said...

In the US? Who is going to shut them down?

Trudy said...

Anon @ 11:04, read Mom2many's comment - up thread - @ September 17, 2016 at 12:54 PM - if you need help Anon @ 11:04, read Mom2many's comment - up thread - @ September 17, 2016 at 12:54 PM - if you need help understanding why LT and co. are unlikely to roll on CD.

Bingo or Bobcat, (or anyone knowledgeable) is there a timeline of the murder anywhere?

Trudy said...

Ooops. Sorry for the repetition.

Anonymous said...

Maybe compromise Me2l and tax them both.

Me2l said...

Government is hands off religion here. It's sacred (pun? Not sure. Lol), but I tend to agree with you.

Bobcat said...

Trudy,

There are timelines posted throughout the comments after multiple Blackburn articles here.

I have not (YET) copied or merged any of them over to my archive/transcript blog.

Bobcat said...

Continuing 9:03,

I have pulled together quotes regarding Davey's activities on

Monday the 9th: http://case-discussions.blogspot.com/2016/09/the-morning-of-monday-november-9-2015.html?m=1

and Tuesday the 10th: http://case-discussions.blogspot.com/2016/06/11102015-i-had-no-idea-daveys-evolving.html?m=1

Trudy said...

Thanks Bobcat. How does this look? Is it correct? Can you (or anyone) fill in any blanks? I wanted to include all the phone calls between perps ESPECIALLY the mystery number but it is doing my head in. I believe the cell tower pings and phone calls are vitally important.
The odds of Amanda's murder occurring in the exact window of time (90 minutes at most) that CD happened to be absent from the home must be astronomical!

Monday 9th November 2015
7:30 am - CD finds Amanda is on the floor beside the bed, kneeling and bowing.
? - ?am - Amanda is at play centre with Weston, Amber and Amber's children.
? - ? pm At Amanda's grandmother's house with Weston, Davey, Amber and Ambers children
8:00pm (?) Amanda puts Weston to bed. According to CD, this is the last time Weston ever saw his mother.
? - ?pm Amanda is happier and more carefree than CD has ever seen her before, laughing at funny instagrams. CD is annoyed with her because he is trying to read/sleep

Trudy said...

Monday 9th November 2015
7:30 am - CD finds Amanda is on the floor beside the bed, kneeling and bowing.
? - ?am - Amanda is at play centre with Weston, Amber and Amber's children.
? - ? pm At Amanda's grandmother's house with Weston, Davey, Amber and Ambers children
8:00pm (?) Amanda puts Weston to bed. According to CD, this is the last time Weston ever saw his mother.
? - ?pm Amanda is happier and more carefree than CD has ever seen her before, laughing at funny instagrams. CD is annoyed with her because he is trying to read/sleep

Tuesday 10th November 2015
4:30 am - CD wakes and rises
4:30 am - Jacola Seabrook wakes and discovers she has been robbed. White Chrysler Sebring stolen
5:23 am -JS calls 911 (no reason given for delay in calling 911)
5:36 am - Alison B's alarm system is disabled
6:00am - CD leaves the front door unlocked and drives to LA Fitness
6:20 am - CD arrives at LA Fitness
6:36 am - failed transaction (withdraw $500) Chase bank
6:40 - 6:45 am two gunshots and a woman's screams hear on Sunnycourt Drive
6:54 am - successful transaction (withdraw $400)
? am - KW calls CD on phone
7:10 - CD leaves Gym
7:10 am - stolen Chrysler Sebring picks up LT from Sun Meadow Way
7:30 - 8:20am - CD arrives home and sits in driveway talking to KW
8:17 am Alison Bcalls 911
8:22 am - CD calls 911
8:30 am - IFD calls for LE assistance
8:44 am - LE arrive as Amanda is being taken out of the house

Wednesday 11th November 2015
7:55 am - Amanda Blackburn declared legally dead.


Trudy said...

It seems that the Chrsler Sebring was stolen with the express purpose of Amanda's murder. Consider that they drove it straight to Alison B's EMPTY house, waited until CD had left for LA fitness, walked through the unlocked front door and shot Amanda. The car was then dumped between 7:30 - 8:30. No more robberies, murders or joyriding. Job done.

Bobcat said...

Thanks Trudy!

I'll copy your timeline to my blog.

One thing I would change at 6:40-6:45 AM

Only one neighbor (farther down the street - not next door on either side) reported hearing what "sounded like" a woman scream.

Bobcat said...

It wasn't reported immediately, just after being interviewed. No neighbors called 911 about what "sounded like" screams or a noisy dog.

Bingo3 said...

Yes, Trudy. That about sums it up! Car stolen, driven across town to empty house that the intruders seemed to know was going to be unoccupied because they sat in there and drank wine and beer until Davey left door unlocked (Amanda was about to get up anyway and that was just "their" habit according to DB). Have the police discovered who the extra phone number belonged to? Why isn't that person in jail if they know. If they don't know, isn't if obvious who it might be? And why is Bull who obviously directed the whole thing still on FB selling drugs and cussing out his Baby Mamas?

My question and has been discussed by Peter is what the heck did Davey do between 4:30 and 6:10. He incriminated himself by saying he read his bible for 10 minutes, grabbed his gym bag and headed out to gym. He gave no necessary details but included unnecessary ones. So, he woke up at 4:30 to read his bible for 10 minutes? He seems the need to tell us he got up at 4:30 for his long day but shows absolutely reason for getting up that early. Hmmm, Did the police ask him to give them detail of the morning before he left? Doubtful.

Anonymous said...

There is one house between the Blackburn home and the home of the neighbor who heard gunshots, Bobcat. Don't make it sound like it's way down the street.

Also, it's Sunnyfield Court, not Sunnycourt Drive.

Anonymous said...

Maybe he leaves out part of his morning activities because he was being intimate with his wife. Would you really expect him to share that with the whole world every time he talks about that morning? GMAFB.

What makes you think police haven't asked him what he did that morning, Bingo? How could you possibly know what they have and haven't asked him?

Bobcat said...

When your WIFE IS MURDERED IN YOUR HOME, you would wrack your brain trying to remember every detail from that morning. While Davey was UP already, the burglars were hanging out at the neighbor's house. I would at least expect him to share everything he could remember, like: I didn't see any headlights, I don't remember hearing any cars on the street, etc. It's usually really quiet and dark so I can begin writing next Sunday's sermon etc. Instead, all we have heard are vague stuttering recalls of the 90 minutes between the time he got up and grabbed his gym bag.

If he had been intimate with Amanda, don't you think he would at least give her a presence in his story, while leaving out actual details? Amanda is not present AT ALL in his Tuesday stories. Compare to when Amber recalls seeing Amanda for the last time. Davey shares nothing of the sort - except that she was ANNOYING him on Monday night with her carefree laughter.

In his blogs, he has told us that Mondays often had a late-night leadership team meeting, and Tuesdays were his writing day, and also family night.

Me2l said...

So.....you're saying we know all db's activity Tuesday morning that day? Do investigators have more detail?

Anonymous said...

That's interesting, Bobcat. Wouldn't his words be flagged if he told us what he didn't see? Yet your first suggestions for what he should be saying are "I didn't see" and "I don't remember," lol.

Pretty much every time someone invents dialogue of what Davey should have said at one time or another, it's full of flags. Fascinating.



Anonymous said...

Me2I and the anonymous defenders of Davey will continue to deride our thoughts and be combative and make fun of us in their attempt to protect him and steer us away from the facts and the truth.

Nothing needs to be made up - Davey's actions and words both before and since Amanda's murder speak volumes. We are pointing out the discrepancies in his stories, noting and commenting on his bizarre actions. With all of the coincidences that fit so neatly together, the odds would be astronomical that this was a random house chosen by "these guys", including "the one that pulled the trigger on Amanda".

Someone who was left behind after such a crime would indeed be trying to remember every detail they could, relive the last moments with their loved one, give detail such as Amber has given.

This case cries out for a team of investigative journalists to dig into it - or for Amanda's family to wake up and do something and request this to be escalated to find out the truth - or both.

If Davey is innocent of anything involved with Amanda's murder, he has no reason to be afraid of being looked at more closely. And he has yet to say he had nothing to do with Amanda's death, with so many multiple opportunities to have done so. Any innocent guy would want to stand up for himself - would be angry that it was even a question whether he was involved in something like this or not.

Davey just keeps spouting that nothing is wasted and good things have come of this and all things work together for good.

gmab said...

Well, when Davey expresses any distaste for people on the internet who say bad things about him, people here freak out about it. Remember the "shoe lint" thing? Of course you do ....I'm sure you're one of the people who raised hell about it for months. Just recently he said something about gossip on the internet and people here got butt-hurt about it AGAIN. So should he be angry or not?

If he expresses rage about all the accusations, will you then believe he wasn't involved? No, you won't. Yet you and others are constantly rattling off lists of things he should do or say to make you believe he's innocent. But it's all a load of sh*t. You'll never believe that, so what's the point?



As for people steering others away from the facts and the truth .... lol. Pot, meet kettle. The fantasy writing that goes on here by the "Davey Haterz" couldn't be further from facts and truth, but that's totally ok with you right? You don't care if it's fact or not as long as it makes him look bad.

Me2l said...

Ok ..... people who question the flaws and holes in logic are "defending" Davey? Weird. I have never defended Davey. I have discounted the fabricated, the fairytales, and the opinions-as-fact that are steadily thrown out here.

Call me strange, but I much prefer to get to the truth through facts and not through a slew of made-up theories and guess work.

Bobcat said...

Meg, soon I will have a thorough timeline for you to complain about.

There will be no fabrications, fairytales, or opinions (other than DB's conflicting statements).

Anonymous said...

Me2I said
Call me strange, but I much prefer to get to the truth through facts and not through a slew of made-up theories and guess work

The FACTS are what bothers me the most.

Take away all of the conjecture, speculation, wild theories. . .

Take away the fact of Davey's unexpected failure to grieve in the expected way (or even appearing to grieve at all) - the fact of his focus on how 6500 people from around the world caught Amanda's celebration of life service streaming on the web - his "what are supposed to be alibis" in the form of being seen checking in at the gym and being on the phone with Kenneth Wagner during the exact window of time Amanda was being assaulted and murdered. . .

Take away his lack of detail about the evening of November 9th and the morning of November 10th, that Amanda is virtually invisible in all of his accounts - and that he assured Weston that the last time he (Weston) saw his mom Amanda was the night of November 9th when she kissed him good night. . .

Even take away the fact of his blatant capitalizing on Amanda's death in the form of T-shirt sales at her celebration of life service and the donation page on the Resonate website---> some of these funds may have been used to purchase his massive new house with the pool and the new SUV, fund his ski trips and beach trips and Holy Land trips and Montana lake trips - under the guise of supporting the family and for Weston. . .


. . . take away all of the weirdness and bizarre behavior that has been (unsuccessfully) explained away for various reasons . . .


and you still have a guy who has changed the story of the events of November 10th multiple times - why is this?

WHY would (and why did) Davey say in so many appearances over the past few months that he had no idea anyone had been in his house when he clearly knew and told Detective Perkins what he had seen when he walked in?


This fact alone leads to the truth that Davey is trying to hide something. If he isn't, why wouldn't he have stuck with the story of what he told Detective Perkins that morning?

Why wouldn't he have stuck with the home invasion story - he walked in and found (or walked in "to find") Amanda on the floor, shot and bleeding and clinging to life - that clearly it was a burglary gone wrong - with things scattered around, furniture turned over, things in the house that were not theirs.

Why turn it into his thinking and then saying that his first thought when he walked in was that "something gone horrifically wrong with the pregnancy" instead of "my wife surprised a burglar and was killed" - that would have been the best explanation.

Could it be because he didn't report a home invasion in the 911 call?

Why was he saying he was sitting by Amanda waiting for the paramedics to arrive and taking mental snapshots of things that were out of place so he could tell investigators later? - if he had no idea someone had been in his house and thought Amanda's injuries and bleeding from the head, upper back and left arm were the result of a miscarriage or a fall?

If someone can explain this to me, I would appreciate it so much.

Anonymous said...

davey's talking and changing stories are going to be his undoing

Really Meg said...

You're so right, boobcat. I'm totally Meg. You busted me. I should just stop the charade. What do you want to know? Ask me anything.

Really Meg said...

Flightfulbird should just admit she's flightfulbird and stop posting anonymously. If you want to know about my sexual preferences, flightful, don't be too shy to ask.

Bingo3 said...

New Blog By Davey

https://daveyblackburn.com/2016/09/19/answering-more-of-your-questions-on-life-death-grief-and-loss-part-1/

This is just odd. He is trying to explain Nothing is Wasted. He talks about how much more she is getting done in death than life. He lists the things that suck in life and pressure is at the top of the list before loss and grief. The main theme as usual is justification for Amanda's death. Some of the ingredients in a cake are bitter but when you put it all together it makes a savory cake. What?? He talks about his book, etc. Davey REALLY should have take n time off before he started talking and writing. SMH

Nic said...

Amanda's murder was not random and I can prove it. It's in the APC.

Allison Becker 2830 Sunnyfield Court: calls 911 at 8:17AM to report burglary. Video disabled at 5:36 Stolen: four televisions, a Macbook Pro, Tiffany Pearl necklace, a pink woman’s sweater, an AT&T remote, a bag of oranges and bed sheets.)

Bed sheets, oranges and remote were recovered in the trunk of the stolen vehicle, as was a man's XXL green sweatshirt. I suspect the sheets were used to cushion the TV's from each other while being transported in the trunk. A remote is neither here nor there, any universal will work a TV. The first ATM receipt was also recovered. Allison Becker did not identify the green sweatshirt as hers, so it could be assumed that it belonged to the owner of the vehicle.

The pink sweater, however, was found in the driver's floorboard. It was used to mask the face of the perp who used Amanda's debit card while using the drive-through ATM. The pink sweater is foreknowledge. They took it for a reason and disposed of it when they didn't need it anymore.

They knew what they were going in to get at the Blackburn's (the ATM,) and what they would be doing subsequent to getting the ATM card (going through the drive-thru, masked, in a stolen vehicle).

The pink sweater removes doubt that the hit on the Blackburn resident was "random".

CJ said...

More disparagement of Amanda:

"Because of Amanda’s death, exponentially more people are being impacted in their walk with Jesus than she ever possibly would have impacted in her lifetime."

Compare this to:

“We would never have known the depth of her love for Jesus during her lifetime. I’m reading her journals right now and I’m just blown away at the depth of her love and surrender. But now in her death, life is being produced.”

Anonymous said...

I could go to Davey's church and have him peg me as a "friendly" upon first meeting. He wouldn't have a clue.

CJ said...

Now, as he [Weston] grows older, he’s going to start having questions that go a little bit more in depth into the situations surrounding Amanda’s death. Amber (Amanda’s sister) has a 5 year old who is already asking these questions. We were in the car the other day laughing, singing, driving down the road and out of the blue Audrey says, “Uncle Davey, how did Aunt Amanda die?”

We’ve taken the approach that we will be honest and informative with all of the kids in so much as is appropriate. At 5 years old she isn’t ready to handle all the details because she’s not able to process them to the fullest extent without living in fear. So I simply answered her, “Sweetheart, we’ll talk about that when you get a little bit older. All you need to know is that she hurt her head really badly.”

Me2l said...

BobcatSeptember 19, 2016 at 2:26 PM
Meg, soon I will have a thorough timeline for you to complain about.

There will be no fabrications, fairytales, or opinions (other than DB's conflicting statements).



.Is the Meg reference directed at me? If so, that's a fairytale right there.

How can anyone who wants to have their analyses taken seriously open themselves up to such failed SA? Mis-identifying me only casts shadows on your "expertise" in analysis.

You see, that's a very stupid, risky thing to do to your reputation as a competent SA analyst. It's so simple to disprove such an ignorant assumption. You do realize that, don't you?

That accusation only confirms the errors in your overall ability to apply SA and other analysis.

I am not Meg.

Your world of delusion prevents you from distinguishing reality from your fiction, and when I see such an error, I realize his incompetent you are. After all, if you're misguided enough to think I'm Meg, what good is the rest of your analysis? How suspect is it?






Nic said...

she hurt her head really badly.

She? hurt her head. That's right up there with thinking "she" fell down and hit her head when he came home "to shower". Everyone except DB knows that what befell Amanda wasn't because of anything Amanda did. It wasn't her fault. What happened was done TO her.

Note order:

laughing
singing
driving down the road

"out of the blue" is like saying "all of a sudden".

The APC reports what each 911 calls were. i.e., "robbery". However, in the APC, LE reports that DB called 911 to report he "found his wife, Amanda Blackburn, injured and unconscious on the living room floor ..."

He "found" her. I bet the call opened with a need to say where he wasn't, hence the word "found". We won't know until the 911 call is played at the hearing, but if he did describe Amanda as "injured" as opposed to having sustained gunshot wounds and sexually assaulted, then there is minimizing language. I wonder if he says anything about being broken into. Or if the 911 operator asks him if there is anyone else there with him. (Weston?) If he says yes or no. Or if he ever mentions Weston at all/concern for his health and safety. I also wonder if the call was "I", "I", "I", and if he uses Amanda's name at all.

jmo


Me2l said...

AnonymousSeptember 19, 2016 at 4:43 PM
I could go to Davey's church and have him peg me as a "friendly" upon first meeting. He wouldn't have a clue.



Kinda like you people misidentifying other commenters. You know....according to the crack analyst, Bobcat, I'm Meg.

Such awesome skills.

Anonymous said...

Hi Karen Andrews @ 11:38

Not only is there the "snitch" factor for them, but there may be an issue with proof that he hired them. For them to accuse him, they would have to admit guilt...which leaves nothing for a lawyer to defend.

Bobcat said...

It is vital to remember some things in the Quality of a Denial.
1. When did the denial appear?
2. How long did it take the subject to issue it?
3. Before he issued it, was the subject aware of the accusation?
4. If so, what did he/she say to it?

Me2l said...

I've tried to see Davey's "changing story," but it's not there.

He has spoken on a few occasions about finding Amanda. Sometimes he tells it as it happened, others, in a reflective tone. He has disclosed various thoughts that went through his mind.

You people attach extreme meaning to all that, because you are very poor analysts, and you want the scenario to fit.

CI are apparently clueless, having not considered all these interpretations. I find it hard to believe they aren't hanging on your every word here....or at least reading your comments. After all, they could solve the murder!

I guess they're slow learners. It can't possibly be that they're far beyond you in their investigation and know many things that you in all probability do not.

Nic said...
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Nic said...

CI are apparently clueless, having not considered all these interpretations.

"are"? There was only one "quoted" in the APC.

The CI only reported what someone told him.

LE reported what the 911 calls were about. LE did not include "robbery" as was offered by 911 for the APC from the call from the Blackburn residence; only that he ""found his wife, Amanda Blackburn, injured and unconscious on the living room floor". Note, too, there is no reference to (possible) sexual assault/rape.

The APC is pretty accurate about the crimes committed/reported in the 911 calls at the other residents that morning. We may not be able to hear DB's 911 call until the hearing, but until then it's quite remarkable what is not reported from 911 for the APC per what DB reported "finding" when he arrived home "to shower".

Anonymous said...

"...and when I see such an error, I realize HIS incompetent you are." Oh, the irony.

Me2l said...

I know. Typos are ironic.

What does "his incompetent you are" mean? Does it mean you are Davey and are incompetent? Such "irony."

Coward, if you'd like, I'd be glad to proof your pathetic writing. Most people here have typos, along with all sorts of other errors.

Of course, you have no answers, though.

Me2l said...

Criminal investigators are.

Anonymous said...

From Davey's blog post -

We’ve taken the approach that we will be honest and informative with all of the kids in so much as is appropriate. At 5 years old she isn’t ready to handle all the details because she’s not able to process them to the fullest extent without living in fear. So I simply answered her, “Sweetheart, we’ll talk about that when you get a little bit older. All you need to know is that she hurt her head really badly.”

Honesty - not his strong suit. A person can be dishonest by omitting details, not just by what they actually say. A five year old does not need to know all of the brutal details, but his saying that AMANDA hurt her head - even really badly - is minimizing, placing blame on Amanda, sugar coating it.

Of course, he cannot say "Sweetheart, I left the front door unlocked and some bad men walked right in through it (instead of breaking in through the screen door around back like at the rest of the houses they burglarized that morning) and they wanted to steal things from our house and while they were there they hurt your Aunt Amanda", now, can he?

THAT would be true.

Then this -
As Weston gets older and we begin having these conversations I’ll take the same approach. Up to this point in this whole ordeal Jesus has given me grace in the moment to step into what I need to step into with my church, with the media, with processing grief for myself and I trust when the times come that Weston and I have these conversations, Jesus will give me words to say. Most importantly I’m going to be present with Weston to process it with him and help Him understand how to process it.

Or maybe Davey won't be with him - maybe he will be in prison.

And Davey, you couldn't WAIT for the media circus to begin and to be on parade. It has been said here before but even George Stephanopoulos and Steve Doocy couldn't hide the disbelief on their faces while you were telling "your story" - and even the cameraman kept zooming in on your tearless dry eyes in the WTHR interviews - and while you were twisting your ring and looking so mournfully down at it in the Inside Edition interview.

Processing grief for yourself - figuring out how to grieve, uh, the loss - that was devastating to, uh, th- the family. . . sure.

Really Meg said...

Bobcat has had ample opportunity to deny lying about someone contacting her on fb and telling her Davey was turning tricks in high school. No denial from bobcat in all these months ... not even an unreliable denial.

She also had ample opportunity to prove the message was real but is unable to do so.

Bobcat is a liar.

Me2l said...


The APC reports what each 911 calls were. i.e., "robbery".

What each was.





Me2l said...

The APC reports what each 911 calls were. i.e., "robbery"; however, in the APC, LE reports that DB called 911 to report he "found his wife, Amanda Blackburn, injured and unconscious on the living room floor ..."

The manner in which you used "however" requires a semi-colon, comma combination.

Really Meg said...

Speaking of deceptive.... I have a few thoughts about Bobcat's lie about Davey's high school lie.

Bobcat claims THREE people responded to her about the lie. What's that they say about "three"? Oh yeah -- IT'S THE LIAR'S NUMBER.

When Bobcat posted what FRIEND #3 allegedly said to her, she said this:


Bobcat said...

I've just heard from Friend #3

Seriously dishing the dirt on DB in high school!

June 14, 2016 at 7:22 PM



And this:


Bobcat said...

The language is vulgar and specific.

The responder said that Davey offered 'personal' services for money.

It sounds very personal - not sure if it's true or not.

June 14, 2016 at 7:47 PM



What's that I see? ^^A DROPPED PRONOUN.^^ She knows whether it's true "or not" because she made it up. If she had actually received this info, she would be able to say -- reliably and straightforward -- "I don't know if it's true." (Note the extra words: "or not".)

And I wonder who exactly was "dishing the dirt." There's no pronoun. Nothing. She didn't say the respondent was dishing dirt, and we can't say it for her.

Me2l said...

Bobcat is a huge SA fail, as well, based upon her crack(pot) analysis that I am Meg.

Haha

Me2l said...

That is excellent SA.

I (nicely) asked her a couple of questions regarding respondents, and she became very defensive.

Really Meg said...

When Bobcat was confronted with requests for proof she received the message about the high school lie, she immediately back-peddled and tried to change the subject.

She said this:


Bobcat said...

Rosy,

I should not have shared it before confirming the sender's background.

There are two sermons from May that I plan to transcribe asap.

Hopefully Peter will post Part IV soon.

This comment section is awful.

June 14, 2016 at 11:05 PM



And this:


Bobcat said...

Anon @ 5:08,

I think the message was a trll, or, to use Me2l's word - a plant. I should not have shared the message before checking into the sender.

June 15, 2016 at 5:19 PM



That's odd, because she said SHE REACHED OUT to people WHO KNEW HIM in high school. How could she not have "checked into the sender" when she claims SHE contacted the sender to begin with? How could it have been a plant?

Anonymous said...

Bobcat, please don't respond. It reads like bait.

Really Meg said...

Continued ...


Bobcat said...

I initiated the contact. He was under no obligation to respond.

June 12, 2016 at 2:02 PM



Bobcat said...

Other inquiries have been sent, but no responses have been received, beyond #1 and #2.

There is no obligation for anyone to reply.

June 12, 2016 at 4:01 PM



Bobcat said...

No. They are real people with real lives, who knew Davey in Alabama.

June 12, 2016 at 5:11 PM



Did the "plant" have the supernatural ability to know ahead of time that someone would be contacting them about Davey's high school lie, so they made a fake fb profile? Really? Is anyone buying that?

Really Meg said...

Anon at 7:12, she won't respond because she knows she's a liar.

Anonymous said...

"Me2l said...
I've tried to see Davey's "changing story," but it's not there."

Davey first described seeing the cigar package which shouldn't have been there, the furniture that was knocked over, Amanda's credit cards and wallet on the floor. In later versions it became "Had no idea somebody had been in my house". SA identified the dropped pronoun as lack of commitment, he did not say "I had no idea".

This is a significant change in story. Not only that, it doesn't make sense at all, it's entirely inconsistent with previously having reported items that shouldn't be there, furniture out of place, wallet scattered. He's basically removed himself from any kind of association with the intruders, to the point of now claiming "had no idea" - this is bizarre & fascinating from a psychology point of view, plus there's the SA lack of commitment to the "had no idea".

Anonymous said...

Anon @7:18......Kinda like Bobcat's "lack of commitment" about her lie about the high school lie?

Anonymous said...

Typos are ironic if you are criticizing someone else's supposed errors and incompetence. Fool.

Anonymous said...

The whole "Amanda as Martyr" is such a stretch. So now "hundreds of thousands" have come to Jesus after hearing her "story?".

How would hearing that a young "Christan" mother was mercilessly murdered in a home invasion result in people being "born-again?" I understand this argument in the context of someone like Rachel Scott, who supposedly was murdered by the Colimbine killers after refusing to deny her faith.

I was disappointed to hear Amanda's father parroting this line of B.S., during last week's sit-down, but I suppose for him it lessens the pain to see her death as meaningful.

It's such a conundrum.

Anonymous said...

"How could it have been a plant?"

Perhaps one of the people who received an inquiry made a separate fake account (similar to the thousands of paid-for fake accounts that "like" Davey and Perry Noble on facebook - numbers which steadily and continually tick upwards) to respond.

How might Davey explain a conundrum like that?

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Anonymous said...

It is possible to send an original message to someone if you make note of the sender, find them, and send them a message. It will be a new conversation, and if you are not already connected, the recipient will have to check their "message requests" inbox. It is possible to contact people in myriads of ways. How old are you? Do you even know how to address an envelope? Bobcat erred. Move on, kiddo.

Anonymous said...

So, its still unknown what his lie was. Doesn't matter because the ping pong bickering can last all night.

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