Sunday, October 2, 2016

Just a Reminder

No comments will be approved that reference or suggest police involvement in Maura Murray's disappearance. That's a conspiracy theory I cannot support.

For those who are out of the loop, a witness came forward a couple months ago, claiming she saw a police vehicle nose-to-nose with Maura's car in 2004. If she saw what she claims she saw, her timing is off. Of course there were police there that night, processing the scene. But her words have been used as "evidence" to suggest police killed Maura. She, and the men who interviewed her (not Lance & Tim) all have personal issues with police and a reason to push this theory.

One man tragically lost his sister after she was hit by Trooper Todd Landry (lead investigator on Maura's case for a long time). The other has been suggesting police involvement for years. The female witness blames law enforcement for their role in losing her own son. It's all around sad but they are openly accusing police and their statements need context.

A cop did not kill Maura Murray. As someone who has researched this case for several years, it is nothing more than a ridiculous distraction and takes us away from avenues that might actually lead to more clues.

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  2. What about cops helping M leave?

    Have you inquired HOW that one came to the conclusion Billy was the cause of all her shit?

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    1. IIRC, the cop merely mention that Billy was an asshole (paraphrasing). He didn't make any claim that Billy was the reason for all of Maura's problems. I think people are reading way too much into that.

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    2. Did he say this from he firsthand associations he had wth him when Billy was up there looking for her?

      I definitely dont want to blow things up when they're nothing but I could not remember the circumstance of that inference.

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  3. I think at this point everyone for those that actually care about finding the truth are frustrated beyond belief. I find myself visiting your site James and continuing to listen to Lance and Tim's Episodes as they become available. What exactly have the FBI done regarding this. There was a petition I thought at one point asking them to get more heavily involved, but I have yet to hear any update on that. I just find it extremely hopeful that if they got involved, more answers would be shed. The FBI became involved in Brittannee Drexel's case and it looks as though the questions and answers to that are now laid to rest, and it's probably because of the FBI's involvement.

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    1. The FBI has a lot more important things to do than investigate a 10 year old cold case with no leads. Secondly, the FBI has been involved from the beginning, even though there is really no reason for them to be.

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    2. Do you know how many FBI agents are out there? I'm sure there are task forces who get assigned to missing persons cases in the FBI. Why would there be no reason for them to be involved? I respectfully disagree with you. Look at how far the "FBI" was able to get with answers about another cold case that local authorities were unable to. Not sure why there was a petition either if they were honestly Involved from the beginning.

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    3. Because the FBI has no jurisdiction. This is a local issue not a federal one. There is no evidence that this was a kidnapping. The FBI will offer assistance as a courtesy, not because they are required to.

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    4. Right, the point isn't about whether the FBI has jurisdiction. It's why perhaps they weren't involved if what you say is true. Usually with strange circumstances where someone is missing for a long term period of time, it's not that unusual for the FBI to become involved. The reason for this is because when people but even more so with females, go missing, and nobody has heard anything, it starts to strike people as though that person was taken and held against their will, etc. I understand the "rare" cases where people purposely disappear. But, my main point is that if the FBI assisted (which I realize they don't have to), I strongly feel we'd have more answers. Just my opinion.

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  4. A proper investigation brainstorms ALL potential theories, not just those that are handpicked. Why not show the ATM video? Why sit on it? what is the motive for that? Doesn't her father deserve that much? I mean, it's been 12+ years! Enough already!

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    1. Maybe they have a good reason. Certainly your curiosity is not reason enough.

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  5. I wasn't sure where to put this so I'm putting it here. Seems there is a new website up--or at least I haven't seen it before. http://www.mauramurraymissing.org/ Appears to be run by her family.

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  6. "A proper investigation brainstorms ALL potential" possibilities.

    Absolutely, backed with facts. We just don't have enough here yet to form a reasoned opinion.

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  7. Somebody needs to wikileak that video.

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  8. Janis, (Maura's Aunt) feels police had something to do with it........
    Though a gut feeling, there must of been something that was making her think that.
    Not talking murder. But assistance or cover up

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  9. I see those nasty comments about another blogger have been removed. Thanks for being professional.

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