He may have been trying to rape her when he "popped up" and just worded it differently to sound better.
One of the guys caught a fish. Upon reeling it in, the line snagged the bike. Bike was submerged. They kept the bike because their dad or uncle is in the scrap metal business. When they got home, a female in the family immediately recognized the bike from the fliers and the media. They called the police
Sounds like you learned a lot too?
When calls are placed, the tower that they are carried on is also recorded.
quote:Don't wait. Starting is the hardest part and the farther you get from this the less you may remember and the less interest there may be in this particular case.
One day I WILL write a book about all of this.
if I wanted to pull off the perfect murder, I know what to do now
quote:Yeah, we talked about that. Apparently, if you don't make or receive a call, your phone location can't be determined. I don't remember if he said he made any calls on the way to N.O.
Did your LPD friend tell you if they tracked his and/or Mickey's phone to Whiskey Bay? I'm curious if he turned off both phones when he abducted her. It seems like that would definitely indicate premeditation.
IIRC by the time they found the grave site it was mostly bones.
Just wished she would've hit his jugular.
quote:Initially he also told then he had nothing to do with her being missing too. Dude lies. Based on his life actions I say he had no intention of letting her live. How the hell you going to ram someone on a bike, throw them in your truck, rape them, then let them go? No way. He was too calculating to chance that.
But if you read the whole confession, he tried to make it sound like he wasn't going to hurt her and the situation escalated after she maced him
quote:I heard it was pretty decomposed. Not to mention that site is on the edge of the woods and across the street from a lot of wooded acres if you know what I'm saying.